Bangalore, March 30, 2022 – Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam Education Summit 2022, organized by Summit India in association with Tech Avant-Garde (TAG), successfully completed its 12th session on March 12th 2022. This week’s topic was Case Study – Hybrid Learning. The session witnessed great conversations that captured the blueprint for making the higher learning effective, efficient, and inclusive and views of government on NEP.
The weekly panel discussion opened with an inaugural speech by Shilpa Puri, CEO of Summit India. The sessions also featured eminent speakers such as. Dr. CN Ashwathnarayan – The minister of Higher Education, IT and BT, Science and Technology, Skill Development, Entrepreneurship LiveliHood, Shri Shyam Jaju,Chairman,Summit India, Shri Mahesh Verma – secretary, summit India, Shri Ali Sait – CEO of Tech Avant Garde, SMT. Punam Lasaria – Primary co-ordinator, Arya Gurukul Ambemath, Smt. Veena Nair – DTHL co-ordinator, Arya Gurukul School, Nandivali, Smt. Sridevi RV – Assistant Teacher – BGS world school, Chikkaballapur, Smt. Hifza Khanum – DTHL, co-ordinator, Euro School, HSR, Smt. Joshi Rani – DTHL, co-ordinator, Greenfield Public School, Bangalore, Smt. Garima Madan – IT – Admain, Huddard School, Kanpur, Smt. Meha Jain – Primary School co-ordinator, International School Hyderabad, Smt. Shweeta Kapoor – DTHL co-ordinator, Mind Tree school Ambala Haryana ( Junior Wing ), Smt. TarunJeet Kaur – DTHL, co-ordinator, Mind Tree School Panjokhar, (Sr. Wing), Smt. Deepitha KR – Director HR, MS Dhoni Global School Bangalore, Smt. Bindhya Sivan – Computer Teacher, National Public School Uttarahalli, Smt. KL Prameela N, Teacher, National Public School Uttarahalli, Smt. NS Latha – Heritage Club Co-ordinator, Oxford Grammar School, Hyderabad, Smt. Chaitali Naphade – Assistant Teacher, Priya Darshini School & Junior College, Indrani Nagar, Bhosari Pune.Smt. R Rinda devi – IT – Coordinator, Sri Aurobindo International School, Hyderabad. Smt. Auroshri Raju – Technical – Coordinator, Sri Aurobindo International School, Hyderabad, Shri. Mohammad Saad – ICT Head, The Blossom School, Aligarh.Shri. Mohd Suhail Athar – Computer Educator,The Blossom School, Aligarh, Shri. Prashant Jha – Training Head, Tech Avant-Garde, Bangalore.
The weekly Panel discussion is included trained hybrid system teachers and trainer, an insightful session of hybrid learning. Dr Ashwath Narayan, Higher Education Minister explained in terms of implementing new education policy and expressed his views towards new education policy, Technology based learning and hybrid learning.
Other key highlights
- Karnataka is the first state to implement new education policy
- New education policy gives creative and flexible learning opportunities for students
- Karnataka will become the land of opportunities and land of future skilled entrepreneurs
- Around 25 Lakh teachers were trained by Tech Avant-garde
- Hybrid learning gives flexibility in education
- Hybrid Learning will not be limited to digital Learning, it’s a multi-disciplinary
- Tech Avant-Garde Reached teachers cross India and trained them on Hybrid Education
- Hybrid learning is a Revolutionary learning which helps to learn across all boundaries
Speaking at the event, Minister for Higher Education Dr C N Ashwath Narayan, “By the guidance of honorable Prime minister Shri Narendra Modi and by the lead of honorable Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shri Basavaraj Bommai, New Education policy will be implemented first in Karnataka, the government is taking right decisions at the right time, to create a bright future of Karnataka, the new education policy gives quality and flexible learning opportunities to students which pave way for Karnataka – a land of opportunities, land of future skilled entrepreneurs. Hybrid learning is a Revolutionary learning which helps to learn across the all boundaries”.
Commenting on the Summit’s success, Ali Sait, CEO of Tech Avant-Garde, said, “Tech Avant-garde is doing its work and we are recklessly working in terms of teaching Hybrid Learning to all the teachers. Our aim is to empower education in India, to empower India In terms of New education policy.”