Noida: ICMEI (International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry), in association with Dr. Radhakrishnan Forum, organised a round table conference on “Education and Globalization” on the occasion of the 48th Founders Day of Noida and the 47th death anniversary of Sarvepalli Dr. Radhakrishnan. The conference aimed to discuss and deliberate on the impact of globalization on education and how the education system can adapt to the changing global scenario.
The conference was attended by eminent educationists, scholars, policymakers, and experts in the field of education. The keynote speakers included Dr. Sandeep Marwah, President of ICMEI, and Diwakar Sukul of World Book of Records London, Mike Berry from Universal Studios USA, Zena Chung from South Korea, Satnam Deuchakar from UAE, Christopher Daruwala from Mumbai, among others.
The discussions revolved around the challenges and opportunities posed by globalization in the field of education. The speakers highlighted the need for a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to education that goes beyond the traditional classroom model. They emphasized the importance of fostering innovation, creativity, and critical thinking in students, along with the development of practical skills and competencies.
The conference also focused on the role of technology in education and how it can be leveraged to enhance learning outcomes. The speakers stressed the importance of bridging the digital divide and providing equitable access to technology and education for all.
The round table conference was a great success, providing a platform for fruitful discussions and exchange of ideas among experts in the field of education. It was a fitting tribute to the legacy of Dr. Radhakrishnan, who was a renowned philosopher, teacher, and advocate of education. The event was conducted by Sushil Bharti of Radio Noida.