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Dr. S. K. Rathor, Founder, Chairman & MD, Sanfort Group of Schools, Shares his views on Vision 2030 for Education Sector

“My request is that every progressive private school should handhold one budget school, one government school, or one school in a rural area to help uplift them and bring their education level up to par with children in more privileged schools,” says Dr. S. K. Rathor, Founder, Chairman & MD, Sanfort Group of Schools, 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?

Thank you so much for inviting me. I’d like to share that when Chandan and Ashish were planning their first event two years ago, they met me. I’ve known them for many years, and they explained their plan to start their own venture. I’m delighted to see the remarkable growth that your company have achieved in just two short years. Today’s event is much better than the first one, which was the first physical event post-COVID in the industry. I must say it’s a significant achievement, and I look forward to an even bigger event with a larger audience next year.

The theme of our event is India Vision 2030. What do you think should be the vision for the school education sector?

The vision for the school education sector shouldn’t be limited to any particular group or individual; it should be a vision for the entire country. Our Prime Minister has introduced the National Education Policy, which prioritizes Early Childhood Education for the first time in our education system. When it comes to private schools, many have good infrastructure and budgets for investment. However, it’s crucial to remember that a significant portion of our population attends government schools, budget schools, or schools in rural areas, and these children come from less privileged backgrounds. My request is that every progressive private school should handhold one budget school, one government school, or one school in a rural area to help uplift them and bring their education level up to par with children in more privileged schools. Only then can the National Education Policy truly become a reality on the ground. The government cannot do it all; it’s the duty of every educator and private institution to support government schools and underprivileged children.

Any message for ArdorComm Media Group?

ArdorComm Media is doing a fantastic job, and I believe you will experience multi-fold growth in the next couple of years. I wish you to become the premier organization for education conferences and seminars in the country.

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