Education is a fundamental right and is indispensable for the achievement of sustainable development. The role of ICT has enhanced and supplemented classroom learning and is an important tool to provide quality education for all. A good-quality education throughout the lifecycle, from early childhood through adulthood, can be a liberating process for individuals and it can act as a leveller and equalizer within the society. India has also made noteworthy progress towards the goal of ‘Education for All’ in the past years. The New Education Policy 2020 (NEP) recognises the importance of technology in aiding teachers, bridging the language barrier between teachers and students, creating digital libraries, popularizing language learning as well as ensuring greater access to education. Technology has made the learning space expand beyond the traditional classrooms. This has helped individuals to avail opportunities to continue learning throughout their lifetime. With the help of affordable smartphones, digital platforms, the geographical and economical barriers have been reduced to some extent. Investing in technology hits home like nothing else when it comes to fast-paced and unstructured study environments.