Chandigarh is all set to host 10 th Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave on Friday. Top-notch edu-leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders from the industry will gather in the city to deliberate upon the best practices in higher education.
The day-long conference is meant to foster partnership between Government, industry and academia and bridge the gap between the three.
The summit is scheduled to be organised by Temjen Imna Along, Minister, Higher & Technical Education, Government of Nagaland in the presence of Navin Mittal, Commissioner, Collegiate and Technical Education Department, Government of Telangana; Manish Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, National Accreditation Board for Education & Training – Quality Council of India; Dr Dalip Kumar, Additional State Project Director, RUSA, Department of Higher Education; and Shankar Ji Shah, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Panjab University.
Powered by NoPaperForms, the 10 th edition of the conclave is going to be organised by Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd with Chitkara University as university partner and QS I-Gauge as Supporting Partner.
The summit is supposed to showcase the best Higher Education and HR practices from across India to boost employability among students.
A special issue of digitalLEARNING magazine will also be launched during the 10 th Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave Chandigarh showcasing new challenges, scope, and visions of the education sector, especially in higher learning, and an evolving role of HR professionals in the corporate world.
Also, there will be panel discussions on various current challenges with expectations to enhance innovation and entrepreneurship among higher education students.
During the conclave, top universities, B-schools and engineering colleges ranked by digitalLEARNING magazine will be felicitated. HR leaders for adopting or innovating the new policies or practices for boosting employability will also be felicitated during the conference.