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    Published On : Tue, Sep 3rd, 2019

    India Peace Centre, MINDS brainstorm over education policy draft

    Nagpur: India Peace Centre and MINDS, jointly organised a symposium on a review of the draft of national education policy, proposed under the aegis of The Ministry of Human Resource Development. The symposium included panellists, who have excelled in their chosen fields and have a keen interest on education directly or indirectly.

    It was ensured that the panel had adequate representation from all fields and diverse socio cultural backgrounds. Mr. Kasta Dip, Director IPC, opened the proceedings, followed by a detailed statement of facts explaining the finer nuances of the draft policy by renowned CA and educationist Dr. Tejinder Singh Rawal.

    The panellists then deliberated on the proposed education policy and suggestions were noted which will be forwarded to the concerned governmental authorities. The programme ended with moderators of each discussion panel, summarising their panel’s discussion. Premlata Daga conducted the programme and proposed a vote of thanks.

    The coordinators for the symposium were Sonia Lamba, Leona Moldenhauer and Leonie Kuehl. The discussion was moderated by Apneet Bedi, Dr Supntha Bhattacharya, Dr. John Menachary and Pawan Sarda.

    Prominent among those present included Adv Laxmi Malewar, Asma Banu, Dr. Abheek Ghosh, Dr. Prasad Siwal, Kuldeep Gupta, Adv Mohd.Rafique , Pratishuti Agarwal, Ruta Dharamadhikari, Dr. Vikas Jambulkar, Dr Nirankush Kubhalkar, Roy George, Jammu Anand, Nikunj Agrawal, Anshu Nand, Alefia Master, Romy Gill, and Adv P K Satianathan.


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