March 29, 2020
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Kejriwal interacts with the kids from across the country at IIT Delhi

Education Conclave 2019 was organized by Intellify (a non-profit initiative run by the students and alumni of IIT Delhi) and NSS IIT Delhi on 29th December 2019 at IIT Delhi.

The event had 800+ students, 100+ teachers and 25+ policy makers, educationists, investors join the event.

This day long event had:

Panel Discussions

21st Century Skills: Changes in the Education Sector and the Role of Schools in the Technology Age

Shri Rajnish Kumar, Director, MHRD

Shri Manmohan Singh, Director, Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership

Shri Tarak Goradia, Co-creator of Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum and Edutech Startup Mentor

Smt. Vandana Bhatnagar, Chief Program Officer

Shri Biswajit Saha, CBSE Director

Reimagining Education with Technology

Prof. MR Ravi, IIT Delhi

Prof. Manan Suri, EE Dept. – IIT Delhi (Neuromorphic Hardware Research Group)

Dr. Manish Sharma, Director – Samsung

Saksham – Avanti Learning Centers

Ankit Aggarwal , CEO Dare2Compete

Mr. Vikash Jha, Villgro

Special Address by Shri Arvind Kejriwal Sir (CM, Delhi)

In the Talk sir appreciated initiative for government school kids by Intellify

He mentioned about the efforts taken by the Delhi Govt

Mentioned that improvements can only be done when in the ecosystem everyone works together to improve the scenario of the education

Conclusive Session by Shri Anil Swarup ( ex-Education Secretary 2016-18)

He focussed on the need to keep pushing the boundaries to do well in life

Finale of National Science and Creativity Program 2020

Workshop by Paresh Gupta for Teachers and Parents

The focus of the workshop was to make

Hands on Competitions and Creative Quiz Competitions

Class 5th – 6th students developed Hologram out of waste plastic material.

Class 7th – 8th students made Wind to Electrical Energy Convertor

Class 9th – 10th students made Water Level Controller.

Class 11th – 12th students made Automatic Street Light Controller

The event was followed by an award ceremony for students of the National level competitions. The event was also accompanied by the launch of the higher order thinking skill videos by IIT Delhi students across various topics and NCERT chapters which allow students to understand the concept in detail. It was also followed by the launch of the National Creativity Program 2020 where students from more than 5000 schools will participate to assess their skills and improve upon them in 2020.

This will reach out to more than 5 lakhs students across government schools and private school kids to give them an opportunity to understand, improve and work on 21st century skills.

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