With the kids’ initial phase of life being viewed as crucial to shaping up their personality and life, preschools are increasingly viewed as highly significant to redefining the education roadmap of the country.
The latest issue of our digitalLEARNING magazine is, therefore, dedicated to “Preschool Learning”, which seeks to explore the finest in the Indian preschool industry.
In the light of rapid growth of the preschool segment, our latest issue of the magazine has come up with India’s Top Preschools’ ranking for the second time.
Through “India’s Top Preschool Ranking 2017”, we have endeavoured to explore various dimensions of the preschool segment. This year’s ranking is also intended to create an integrated and comprehensive database of diverse, high quality early childhood education and care services.
Our special interview on Sanfort — a pioneer partner of “Trinity College London” — is about bridging the learning gap in the early years of learning. The brand has around 150 preschools in 22 States of India and two abroad.
The latest issue also carries the conference report of the 10th Elets World Education Summit (WES) Delhi, a confluence of eduleaders of the Indian and global education system. It highlights how the processes in India’s education space are being redefined. It also analyses and shares unique insights into the modern-day practices and challenges present in the education sector.
The summit was inaugurated by Kiran Maheshwari, Minister of Technical Education, Higher Education, Sanskrit Education, Science and Technology, Government of Rajasthan.
The occasion was also graced by Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE); Kalthoom Al Balooshi, Executive Director of Education Development, KHDA, Dubai; V S Radhakrishnan, the State Minister of Education, Sri Lanka; Anil Swarup, Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India; and Chris Cobb, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Chief Operating Officer, University of London.
With a host of interviews, detailing various facets of preschools and presenting industry perspective, along with the special ranking in this issue, we await readers’ invaluable feedback.
Elets is also set to host the 11th edition of World Education Summit (WES) on 27-28 November in partnership with the KHDA, Dubai. It will be an amalgamation of a galaxy of education leaders and investors, and delegates discussing and debating about finest practices and innovations which are going transform education landscape of the world in near future.
Different deals and partnerships are instigated at the event, uniting both international and domestic capital with innovative business providers. It is a must platform for anyone looking to expand their education business in the Middle-East.
Also, realising the importance of Startup revolution for generating employment, the ‘Higher & Technical Education Department, Government of Gujarat’, along with Elets Technomedia, is organising ‘National Student Startup & Innovation Summit’ on 5th October, 2017 in Ahmedabad. In this, innovators across India and world over from various higher education institutes can come and showcase their innovations before policy makers, experts and investors.