Bengaluru hosts state’s first National Education Policy Conclave


Bengaluru, Nov 13 | The Karnataka government’s Higher Education Council, in collaboration with the International Skill Development Corporation (ISDC), a UK headquartered skill development and education company, organised the state’s first NEP conclave in Bengaluru on Saturday.

With the theme of ‘Strategising the Future of Higher Education’, the Karnataka NEP Conclave 2021 was inaugurated by the Minister of Higher Education, Ashwathnarayan C. N.

Delivering his inaugural address at the conclave, Ashwathnarayan C. N said: “As education providers, we have so much responsibility bestowed upon us. We need to fulfil it with the right set of knowledge and holistic approach. NEP is a positive approach and is addressing all the challenges the education sector is facing in today’s scenario.”

“With the successful implementation of NEP, Karnataka will become the top-notch education destination in the next 20 years for India as well as for the globe. Education is the only source of sustainable and quality lives. The state government is open to any opportunities to advance and revamp the education system for betterment of our students,” he added.

Talking about Karnataka being the first state to implement NEP, he said: “We are glad to be the first state to implement the NEP and be a model for the country to follow. Our motto is to provide the right quality and holistic education for which we look forward to having the highest level of dedication from all the stakeholders — students, teachers, institutions and government.”

Executive Director of Karnataka State Higher Education Council, Professor Gopalkrishna Joshi, chairing the panel titled “NEP and Rationale of Internationalisation” said: “The accelerated execution of NEP in the country will aid in internationalisation of Indian higher education system which will not only help our students to get access to global education platforms but also widen the path for outside students to study in India.”

Speaking at the conclave, Executive Director, Tom M Joseph of ISDC’s Strategy and Development department in UK, said: “India is a budding and dynamic country and so it is highly imperative to focus on transforming the education sector as it is one of the means to build the socio-economic condition of the nation.”

Vice Chancellor of Bengaluru City University, Professor Lingaraja Gandhi, said: “NEP-2020 which is being implemented in the universities and colleges across Karnataka is a holistic, ‘multidisciplinary’ system which transforms the educational landscape that is best suited for the 21st century.”

The event witnessed over 200 participants including government officials, educationists, and representatives of leading universities, industry experts and corporates.

Five panel discussions were curated with 25 panellists discussing international opportunities for the NEP and developing schemes for effective implementation of the policy in the state by adopting the best of global practices, identifying skill gaps, catering to industry, skill centric awareness and creating job opportunities both nationally and internationally.

Source: IANS

Next Story

Share Market Closing Bell: Nifty ends around 15,800, Sensex tanks 1,416 pts

Share Market Closing Bell: Nifty ends around 15,800, Sensex tanks 1,416 pts

On the back of Global Clues and SGX, Nifty opened on a gap down note & continued downside momentum throughout the day and closed the session at 15809.40 level with a loss of 430.90. However, Bank nifty closed the session at 33315.65 level with a loss of 848.05 points.

India VIX closed at 24.56 up by 10.13% which is a sign of more volatility in upcoming sessions.47 stocks out of NIFTY 50 closed in RED which suggest broad based selling. All the sectoral indices were ended in the red with metal, IT indices down 4-5 percent.

Despite one way fall, Stocks like ITC, DRREDDY, POWERGRID were the top gainers, While WIPRO, HCLTECH, INFY, TCS & TECHM were prime losers. On a daily chart, Nifty has formed a Bearish candle which indicates downside momentum for an upcoming session. Moreover, Nifty is showing support from horizontal line i.e., 15750 levels which is make or break level. In addition, Nifty has been sustained above the 21-Monthly Moving Average which indicates a bounce back from lower levels can be seen.

However, the momentum indicators MACD & Stochastic were trading with a negative crossover & trading in oversold zone which is a sign of sideways to negative trend in Nifty. The Nifty may find Strong support around 15700 levels, breaching below it can show more downside till 15500 levels while on the upside 16000 may act as an immediate hurdle. On the other hand, Bank nifty has support at 32800 levels while resistance at 34500 levels.

Palak Kothari
Research Associate
Choice Broking

Source: Choice India


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here