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Elets Technomedia to orgainse School Leadership Summit, South India on 29th August

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India has undergone a transformation in recent years, with technology playing a pivotal role. In the midst of a digital revolution, educators and policymakers are increasingly focussing on digital learning.

Technology has undeniably redefined the field of education, mostly for the better. Until a decade or two ago, students had no option, but to struggle with various reference books to learn a chapter or topic. Today, they can just go online and access endless learning resources; all from the comfort of their own homes.

There are various Ed-Tech platforms that offer personalised learning, video tutorials and 24×7 doubt assistance, all in an effort to improve learning. As personalised learning becomes the norm, students are now opting for Internet-based smart learning over traditional learning.

The new National Education Policy also advocates the usage of technology in school education. The implementation of coding from class 6 and the blended mode of learning is a welcome move.

Elets digitalLEARNING Magazine is organizing virtual conclave “School Leadership Summit, South India” on 29th August 2020. The conclave will highlight the challenges and opportunities of National Education Policy.

Dr Ravi Gupta, Editor-in-chief, digitalLEARNING Magazine and CEO, Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd. will welcome the speakers in the inaugural session.

The event will be graced by Anil Swarup, IAS, Ex. Secretary, Education, MHRD, Govt. of India, Dr. D. Usha Reddy, CEO, Meridian Group of Schools, Hyderabad, Dr. Kavita Bajpai, Director, The International School of Thrissur, Thrissur, Dr. Sarada Chandrasekaran, Academic Director, Whitefield Global School, Bangalore, Girish Ramamurthy, Chairman, KYS Infosystems, Amey Parulekar, Head – Sales, Financepeer, Dr. Ramesh T, Principal, Scad World School, Chennai.

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