India Education Summit Day 3 HIGHLIGHTS: With the set-up of NRF, the disbalance in fund allocation for research for public and private institutions for research will change. Indian institutes have the capability to become a research destination for the world, said Navin Mittal, Commissioner, Collegiate Education & Technical Education at Government of Telangana.
Stakeholders from the government, private institutes, and administration discuss what impact would NEP’s proposal of setting up Indian institutes abroad and foreign institutes in India and how will it impact education.
The last and final day of the India Education Summit began with Supreeth Nagaraju – Head Education , Digital Media – India & South Asia, Adobe sharing in detail the jobs and corresponding skills needed to have jobs in the changing landscape.
After Union Education Minister, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant, Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, today we will continue to have dignitaries from the education sector. The theme of the day is ‘journey towards a new word’ as we discuss the future of education in a post COVID era.
It will be followed by panels discussing different issues including ‘creating modern thinkers’, ‘from education to employment’, and a closing remark from Sapna Chadha, senior director of marketing Southeast Asia and India, Google.
India Education Summit Day 3 HIGHLIGHTS: How to create employable youth to independent thinkers, read major takeaways from discussions here
Indian Education Summit Day 3: The first India Education Summit 2021 has seen participation from government, private, ed-tech players, NGOS, recruiters, academicians, and students. Views and suggestions have come from different stakeholders. The platform to discuss, hold dialogue was presented by Indian Express Online with Google for Education and co-presented by Adobe. While it is the end of the summit, it is also the beginning of learning and change in the education sphere.
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