Manish Sisodia said – after the Corona period, education will not be the same as before, its methods will change, some will be compulsory and some technology will also change.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said that coronavirus has damaged education in the country and the world. The way of going to school, the way of taking classes, the lab, the practical test of the library, the overall test or evaluation, everything has been redefined in the Corona era. It also proves that when the vaccine is coming we all know that now everything will not be the same especially in the field of education after the Corona period, education will not be the same as before. His methods will change, there will be some helplessness and some technology will also change things. But no one has a concrete solution about what colleges will be like, what schools will be like. No administrator, no government, no teacher or expert, because this is the first time this has happened in the world.
Manish Sisodia said at the press conference that now is the time to find a way to shake everyone’s brain and how to read when you open school-college after Kovid? Realizing this need, the Delhi government has taken an initiative. The first International Education Conference ‘Delhi Education Conference’ will be held in Delhi. The event will be held from 11 to 17 January. Its purpose is to challenge education today … If we want to talk about Delhi, looking at the experience of the last five years, looking at the new education policy, this will be its main goal.
The conference will be attended by 21 panel members from seven countries, as well as experts from India. Renowned author Professor Lucy Karan has studied the education system in five countries. Pritchet, a professor at the Kennedy School in Harvard, is now an Oxford professor of education in Finland, Singapore, Japan, and Canada. Professor Sebastian is a veteran lecturer in Germany. Apart from these, Bimala Ramachandran, considered as the father of primary education in India, Rukmini Banerjee associated with the first, Yamini, an Indian policy researcher, and Binita Kal, a childhood expert will also be involved.
Sisodia said he would be smart about how to move forward with education. Although the conference is online and semi-online, most will be online, so you need to register at www.Delhieducationconferences.org.