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Dr. Niyati Chitkara, Director, Chitkara International School, Highlights on the Vision for School Education Sector

“The vision for 2030, as outlined in the National Education Policy and the Sustainable Development Goals, can be achieved by investing in teacher and counsellor education,” says Dr. Niyati Chitkara, Director, Chitkara International School, in an Interview with Pratik Ghosh, Content Writer, ArdorComm Media Group at the ‘New Normal – Education Leadership Summit & Awards 2023’ #ELSANewDelhi #ELSAGurugram

How are you feeling to witness the New Normal Education Leadership Summit and Awards in Delhi?

I’m very excited, and I had a wonderful learning experience with great keynote speakers and an amazing fraternity. It’s a fantastic opportunity for networking, sharing best practices, and appreciating each other’s work. This conference brings the entire education community together, and it’s going to be very helpful for everyone. When people come together, meaningful things happen, and that’s what this conference aims to achieve. I’m really enjoying it. Thank you.

What are your views on the theme of our event, India Vision 2030?

The vision for 2030, which is just seven years away, revolves around two crucial aspects, in my opinion. First is teacher education, and second is counsellor education. If we focus on training our teachers and counsellors effectively, especially pre-service teachers who are pursuing B.Ed, we can shape a highly skilled future generation. This will not only contribute to employability but also help us harness the potential of our resources. The vision for 2030, as outlined in the National Education Policy and the Sustainable Development Goals, can be achieved by investing in teacher and counsellor education. We need well-trained and happy teachers and counsellors to ensure the well-being and happiness of all stakeholders in our schools.

How are you implementing NEP in Chitkara International School?

The National Education Policy (NEP) offers keywords that are futuristic and important. We’ve identified these keywords that align with our school’s vision. The NEP emphasizes the synergy between school education, higher education, and industry. When schools, universities, and industries work cohesively, we can achieve significant results. It’s essential for school leaders to thoroughly understand the NEP for school education and higher education and connect it to their schools. This alignment will drive meaningful change.

In forums like this, where education leaders, EdTech players, and the government come together, how do you think they benefit the education sector?

Forums like this offer open discussions and bring together stakeholders from various facets of education, including NCERT, CBSE, skilled organizations, and regulatory bodies. It’s a platform for discussions, brainstorming, and sharing meaningful ideas. Industry partners also showcase products that can enhance the education system, making life easier for teachers and school principals. This ecosystem benefits everyone involved, and I highly recommend attending such events.

Any message for ArdorComm Media Group on its 2nd anniversary?

Congratulations to ArdorComm Media Group! We are very proud of it and another thing is that it’s my presence here also for the second time and last year also I was here as a keynote speaker and I’ve had a wonderful time, this year too. Last year just things were becoming normal post-covid but this time you guys have nailed it. So, it’s a wonderful session and congratulations, best wishes for future.

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