New Delhi: The fourth National Education Excellence Conclave designed by Integrated Chamber of Commerce and Industry inaugurated by National Chairman BIS Ministry of Consumer Affairs Food and Public Distribution Government of India & Chancellor AAFT University of Media & Arts Dr. Sandeep Marwah at India International Centre in the presence of large number of educationists from all over India.
We all have learned enough from the pandemic and trust me that was just the first phase of big change in education system, we all must be mentally prepared for the phase two which is bringing the new and innovative ways of education in the next few years. The education delivery must be smart and extra ordinary,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah founder of Noida Film City and AAFT.
Indian education is very popular abroad, but before that we must bring lots of literacy back home. Use your extra resources to support the unprivileged and downtrodden people of the society. People who are in education must make a point to support few students every year. The higher education today has 1050 Universities, 84000 stand alone Colleges and around 8 million students,” added Dr. Marwah also President of Centre for Education Growth and Research.
The galaxy of speakers included Prof. K.K. Agarwal Chairman National Board of Accreditation, Dr. Buddha Chandra Shekhar Chief Coordinating Officer AICTE, Dr. Abhilasha Gaur COO Electronics Sector Skill Council of India, Prof. B.V. Ramana Reddy Director NIT Kurukshetra, Dr. Sanjay Chordiya Chairman Suryadatta Group of Institutes and Kamalendu Bali Director General ICCI.
Later awards were presented to different institutions for their contribution to respective fields. Sandeep Marwah was also presented with memento for his involvement in education for thirty years.
The event was supported by CEGR- Centre for Education Growth and Research. The program was coordinated by Manvendra of ICCI and Ravish Roshan of CEGR.