Near about 100 CBSE schools from the various regions of the country are participating in the 20th National Sahodaya Conference. The conference is held each year, this 20th one commenced in Amritsar on November 8.
The theme of this conference organized by the Central Board of Education (CBSE) is 'Future ready schools — leading the future of learning'.
The event intends to let teachers as well as principals recognize the need for enabling constructive and fruitful use of technology installed in schools.
The inaugurator of this conference were Mr. Rajeev Sethi Chairman of the Asian Heritage Foundation (New Delhi), Sadhana Parashar, Director of academics, research, training and innovation at the CBSE, Vineet Joshi, CBSE chairman, and Dharamveer Singh, president of Amritsar Sahodaya.
While addressing inauguration Dharamveer Singh told that challenges in Schools must be overcome by using technology and while making classrooms student-dominated.
Vineet Joshi also stated keeping a positive opinion on adhering to 21st century new evolving technologies, he also said that Teachers and Principals must adapt it and use it to handle any obstacles, adding that student must also be future-ready and apply what they learn in the classrooms using technology.
The session to be undertaken during the conference covers sessions on e-learning technologies, innovations, empowering teachers through technology, training global learners and educating leaders and vocationalisation of education.
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