Much Needed and discussed question circulating around is relevance of Indian Education system at such times, are we prepared for it, Do students are trained enough mentally to face such uncertain times, sudden track changes have left many stranded and unfit in given scenarios so for same we had the most eminent panelist to discuss how and what is going to change post Covid in Education pedagogy. our Panelist included
Prof (Dr.) SANDEEP SANCHETI, Vice Chancellor at SRM IST Chennai (Formerly SRM University), Past President of Association of Universities (AIU), New Delhi
Dr Sandeep Sancheti, known as Institution Builder, holds a PhD from Queens University of Belfast UK, M.Sc. (Engg.) from DTU Delhi and B.Tech from NIT Warangal.
He is currently the Vice Chancellor, SRMIST, Chennai and also the Immediate President of Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi. Formerly he was the President of Manipal University Jaipur, Director NIT Delhi and Director NITK Surathkal. He has also served as Director In-charge, NIT Tiruchirapally, NIT Calicut, School of Planning & Architecture (SPA) Delhi and Mentor Director, NIT Goa, NIT Puducherry and NIT Sikkim. At the beginning of his career he served MBM Eng College, Jodhpur and MNIT Jaipur in different Capacities.
Ramakrishnan Raman, Director – SIBM Pune & Dean – Faculty of Management – SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL (DEEMED UNIVERSITY)
He is currently the Director of SIBM, Pune. His passion is working and interacting with the future leaders who will lead the corporate world in a next decades. His keen inclination towards research has made him publish more than a dozen of research papers in refereed International journals which are listed in SCOPUS. His passion to teach has kept him busy inside the class room by teaching subjects like Management Information Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Process Optimization, Research Methodology.
Dr Lakshmi Mohan, Director, ITM Business School, Kharghar
Dr Lakshmi Mohan, Director of ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai is a professional with over 2 decades in teaching, training and heading institutions coupled with half a decade of corporate exposure in companies like Elbee and DHM. She headed the ITM Chennai Campus for 3 years. Dr Lakshmi is a recipient of the “Apeejay Karmaveer Chakra” in 2014 for inspiring youth to contribute towards society. She was an awardee for “Woman Achiever” from NSA and Higher Education Forum bestowed on her the “Best Emerging Director” Award in 2015. In 2017, Fine Arts Society bestowed FAS Stree Ratna Award which was presented by Dr Rajashree Birla to Dr Lakshmi in recognition of her illustrious contribution and achievement in the field of Education and on 8th March, 2018 on the occasion of National Women’s Day Awards, National Foundation For Entrepreneurship Development (NFED) conferred the “Outstanding Woman Professional
Rahul Dasgupta, Director – Globsyn Group
An alumnus of Durham Business School, UK, Rahul has also participated in Executive Senior Management Programmes from IIM – Ahmedabad and Wharton Business School. Currently as the Trustee, Globsyn Business School, Rahul leads the marketing and business functions for the Group’s forays in management education (Globsyn Business School) and technology training (Globsyn Finishing School). A 2nd generation entrepreneur with keen interest in studying learning patterns and teaching pedagogy, Rahul is extremely passionate about education, innovation, and technology in the country. Rahul is the chief architect behind the pedagogical change in the academic delivery system of GBS, which merges industry requirements with academic curriculum to build industry-relevant managers.
Siddharth JAIN, Secretary General FLARE – Federation of Leaders in Academics Research & Education
A Serial Entrepreneur with 20+ years of enriched experience in B2B & B2C Marketing, Startup Mentoring, Angel Funding, Corporate Communications, International Relations, Digital Marketing, Project Management & Business Administration. A Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the Education Ecosystem focusing on Quality Benchmarking, adoption of Global Best Practices and Internationalisation of Education.
60 Minute seemed too short to learn and understand this in totally differrent outlook and perspective which we kept ignoring. As per them it will be naive to say Online education is the only way further, Yes it was there and will grew further but physical will become more stronger. according to them our education is robust enough thus we according to many world surveys had minimal impact.
Few Major Takeaways:
- Post May when colleges open there will be major changes from Culture to Hygiene, Technology to Courses as per newer adaptations.
- Any Change is only possible post cultural change which we are very poor with, thus it’s time we need to focus on same.
- Education has become multi modal, anywhere and anytime and this will impact large sections of society.
- In the Current times there is entirely new infra being demanded and lot of investments is being burnt on same as licenses, Servers etc.
- Mental wellness is of utmost importance thus colleges are focussing on discussion with students loosing offers and internships.
- Technology was inevitable but now the entire requisites have changed thus colleges have to revisit their facilities and rebuild.
- Due to online restriction on admissions with top college will not be there much thus it can call for consolidation.
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