Jalandhar: Cambridge International School (Co Ed) hosts The New India Education Summit - Edition 2.0Over 100 educators and school representatives from various schools gathered to discuss the theme - ‘Enabling New India’s Aspirations with the NCF’. Author : Guneet kaur
Cambridge International School, Jalandhar is known for the extravagant education that they provide to children. The school on 4th February 2023, hosted The New India Education Summit - Edition 2.0. During this, over 100 educators and school representatives from various schools situated in Chandigarh, Jammu, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Karnal, Jalandhar, Phagwara, Gurdaspur, Kapurthala, Phillaur, Batala, Nakodar, Ferozepur, gathered to discuss the theme - ‘Enabling New India’s Aspirations with the NCF’.
The President, Ms. Pooja Bhatia welcomed the esteemed educators and spoke on the role of school heads to rectify and implement the NCF in a manner that would benefit the learners. In an opening address, Mr. Ravi Satlani, CEO ScooNews stressed the implementation plan for the recently released NCF-ECCE document.
During this occasion, the educators were divided into three separate breakout rooms for discussion, mentored by – Ms. Urvashi Warman (NCF-ECCE), Principal, Palace School, Jaipur, Anand Krishnaswamy, Innovator, Strategic & Educator (NCFSE), Maj. Gen. SS Nair ( AVSM ) Retd. Director Birla Education Trust, Pilani. After elaborate discussions and deliberations on the respective topics, the event was summarized and concluded with an appreciation for the organizers and the conference at large.
The Chairman Mr. Nitin Kohli, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Deepak Bhatia, and Vice President Mr. Parth Bhatia appreciated the importance of such occasions. They stated that occasions like these direct towards the betterment of the learners.
Ms. Harleen Mohanty, Principal Cambridge International School (Co Ed), gave vote of thanks and praised the efforts being taken by the Ministry of Education towards the implementation of NEP and the curation of the NCF-ECCE document.