Be it school, higher, technical education or skill development, Jharkhand is trying its best to restructure the infrastructure and attract investment. Under the leadership of new Chief Minister Raghubar Das, the state is leaving no stone unturned to overcome problems related to the education scenario and trying to move ahead in higher education and skill development.
Offering incentives to private university stakeholders, framing conducive policies for attracting investments, implementing tech enabled programs for imparting quality education—all these are steps to the right direction.
At this juncture, Elets Technomedia, in association with the State Government of Jharkhand is organising timely Education & Skill Summit 2016 in Ranchi on 21 October 2016. A special issue of digitalLearning magazine has been brought out during the conference. This issue carries the interview of Chief Minister of Jharkhand and key policy makers of the state, dealing with the education sector and it has tried to put forth their visionary thoughts to the readers of this magazine.
On the other hand, Education & Skill Summit Jharkhand 2016 special issue of digitalLearning has also tried to highlight the views of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for providing quality skill development programmes, opinion of the private university and educational organisation stakeholders and also highlighted case studies from the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka.
Hope you will enjoy reading the special issue!