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Prof. (Dr.) Vikas Singh, Founder Vice Chancellor, Geeta University, Panipat, Delhi, Highlights on Implementation of NEP

 “We’ve introduced the concept of “design your own degree,” giving students autonomy in choosing their mix of courses,” says Prof. (Dr.) Vikas Singh, Founder Vice Chancellor, Geeta University, Panipat, Delhi, 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?

It is really a pleasure to be attending this Summit here, and thanks to Chandan and his team for inviting me to participate in this event. I can see a lot of senior academicians and industry people are here, providing a great opportunity to interact, network, and reconnect with old friends and colleagues. It’s truly a wonderful experience.

The theme of our event is “India Vision 2030.” According to you, what should be the vision for the education sector moving forward?

The upcoming years are crucial as the Indian economy is set to grow significantly. For this growth to happen, skilled manpower is essential. As the economy expands, new job opportunities will emerge, and we need to ensure that young students are adequately trained and skilled to take up these roles. This presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the education sector. We need to prepare our students to be the driving force behind the economic growth, which requires a concerted effort from the education community.

How are you implementing NEP in your University?

At our University, we have taken several steps aligned with the new education policy. We’ve introduced the concept of “design your own degree,” giving students autonomy in choosing their mix of courses. This policy encourages students to follow their passions and interests. We’ve also incorporated vocational baskets, offering courses in data visualization, digital marketing, and entrepreneurship. Moreover, we’re encouraging students to create profiles on platforms like LinkedIn, Upwork, and Freelancer, enabling them to work on external projects and build their skills and profiles.

Forums like this bring together education leaders, government officials, and industry representatives. How does such a platform benefit the education sector?

These forums are essential because they bring together key stakeholders in the education sector. Academicians, policy makers, government bodies, regulatory bodies, and industry representatives can collectively brainstorm and find solutions to various challenges. It’s a unique opportunity to share ideas, insights, and experiences, leading to better strategies and collaborations.

Any message for ArdorComm Media on its 2nd Anniversary?

I’m very happy to share that I was there in the first event also and I have seen the efforts that Chandan is putting in this venture and I wish him all the very best and I’m very confident that with the kind of efforts he is putting and the kind of team that he has created I’m sure ArdorComm is going to become a big name in this media sector. All the best to the team of ArdorComm Media.

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