CII To Organise 2-Days Mega School Summit In Chandigarh

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More than 100 schools to participate at CII Mega School Summit

Confederation of Indian Industry is organising a mega CII School Summit – A Million Good Schools Now! on 17th  & 18th July 2018 at Chandigarh.

V.P. Singh Badnore, Hon’ble Governor, Punjab & Administrator, U T Chandigarh, would grace the occasion as the Chief Guest. Senior state government officials from the education sector who would be joining as the Guest of Honour include O P Soni, Hon’ble Minister for Education, Government of Punjab; Ram Bilas Sharma, Hon’ble Minister for Education, Government of Haryana and Suresh Bhardwaj, Hon’ble Minister for Education, Government of Himachal Pradesh.

More than 25 experts from education sector and other eminent educationists would address the summit. Dheera Khandelwal, Addl Chief Secretary – School Education, Government of Haryana and Krishan Kumar, Secretary – School Education, Government of Punjab are also going to address the summit. Euphrates E. Wose, Chief, Education, UNICEF, India Country Office, will also share her expertise at the summit.

Representatives from more than 100 schools will be participating at the summit. Leading organisations like CISCO, NIIT, Karadi Path, TATA Class Edge, have availed the opportunity to display their technology at the exhibition that would be running parallel to the summit.

Amit Kaushik, Chairman, CII School Summit 2018 & Chief Executive Officer, Australian Council for Educational Research, said, “This summit would provide a platform to highlight the current and future trends of the School Education, and share experiences on different facets of recent advancements in this vital sector. The sessions in the conference would primarily focus on improving quality in School Education and would also talk about its potential and emerging opportunities which may play a meaningful role in Country’s development and to define the steps to be taken. The CII School Summit will be an appropriate platform for all stakeholders to deliberate on the challenges being faced by the sector.”