“Global perception of India is changing”: Kothari

Ranchi: An Online Technical Session on “Impact of Covind-19 pandemic on Education Sector” has been organised by Siksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyaas, Jharkhand in association with Sarala Birla University at Ranchi. The Session was taken by Atul Bihari Kothari, National Secretary, SSUN, New Delhi.  Kothari focused on the Impact of Covind-19 endemic on the Education Sector in the present scenario of our country.

He said that the world today is facing the biggest public health risk which is leading to one of the largest and the quickest reorganization of the world order. The speed of the spread of the epidemic, the closure of higher education institutions and the transition to online teaching was so swift that it hardly gave any time to plan and to reflect on the potential opportunities that such a sudden change could bring.

Given such a situation it is important to look at the impact and reflect on what has transpired and what is likely to happen as we move forward in the field of global education. An immediate challenge is to educate our children and students where they are, within the infrastructure and setting they are in. This requires innovation and creativity to enhance remote learning tools, services and education.

The learned speaker also attracts the attention of the participants towards the Indian spirituality, Yoga, meditation and ancient wisdom which are reaching far and wide. The global perception of India is changing.

India, thus, must utilise this time to promote its traditions and culture on a larger scale for the greater good of humankind. It’s about time India attained the position of a Vishwa Guru – a world leader who doesn’t shy away from going back to its roots and embracing a holistic lifestyle. The eminent speaker also talked about the holistic and all-round development of the students through which they can meet the upcoming challenges of the society.

Prof. (Dr.) S.P.Singh, Former Vice-Chancellor, Veer Kunwar  University, Arrah attracted the attention of the readers and participants towards the importance of Quality Education. The speaker also explained the most important qualities of Quality Education. By achieving these qualities; all students are able to get good jobs and will surely contribute to the growth of the nation.

Before beginning the session; the learned speaker was welcomed by Prof. (Dr.) V.K. Singh, Registrar of SBU, Ranchi, Jharkhand.  The session was very interactive, enlightening and informative. A large number of students, participants and faculty members actively participated in the Session. Besides the participants and faculty members of Sarala Birla University; a large number of teachers, students and scholars from various colleges and universities from different states of India participated in the session through online apps. The Session was concluded by Dr Ria Mukherjee, Assistant Professor of English, SBU, Ranchi, India.  At last; the session was ended with vote of thanks by Amarkant Jha, Convener of SSUN, Jharkhand, India.

On this occasion; Prof. (Dr.) V. K. Singh, Registrar of SBU, Ranchi, Jharkhand, Karunesh Mishra, Dr S. K. Singh, Dean Academic, Sanjiv Kumar Sindri, Prof. J.D Dubey, Sundeer Kumar Pathak, Dayal Kumar Ishwar, Chittranjan Singh, Dr Radha Madhab Jha,  Dr Sandeep Kumar, Dr Sanjeev Kumar, Dr Ria Mukherji, Rameshmani Pathak, Sanjay Prabhakar, Bhardwaj Shukla, university Students including Technical staff were present in the session.


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