CII Education Summit 2019 ~ Programme

DAY 1 - 13th November – Main Hall Sessions

1000 – 1100 Hrs

Opening Session

1115 – 1200 Hrs

Panel discussion 1: Role of Teachers in Shaping Talent

1200 – 1215 Hrs

Launch of CII-IIT Madras Career Guidance Programme

1215 - 1315 Hrs

Panel discussion 2: Schooling is Not Learning - 21st Century Skills for Future and Productive Lives

1315 – 1400 Hrs

Lunch

1400 – 1445 Hrs

Panel discussion 3: Role of philanthropy in improving the quality of education

1445 - 1545 Hrs

Panel Discussion 4: School Complexes – Way to Go

1545 – 1630 Hrs

Panel Discussion 5: Addressing the Needs of Specially Abled

1630 - 1730 Hrs

Panel Discussion 6: Technology in Education

1730 Hrs

Tea & Close

Parallel Sessions

1230 – 1330 Hrs

Making India Play

1400 - 1600 Hrs

Uberslashies Dialogue: Workshop on #EndPlasticWaste

Opening Session
13 November, 1000 - 1100 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

1000 – 1010 Hrs

Welcome Remarks and Address "The Changing Face of Indian Education"

Mr Sunil Kant Munjal

Chairman, CII Education Council &
Chairman, Hero Enterprise

1010 – 1015 Hrs

Address

Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe

Chairman
All India Council for Technical Education

1015 – 1020 Hrs

Address

Ms Radhika Bharat Ram

Joint Vice Chairperson
The Shri Ram Schools

1020 – 1030 Hrs

Innovations in Open Schooling

Prof Chandra Bhushan Sharma

Chairman
The National Institute of Open Schooling

1030 – 1034 Hrs

About #EndPlasticWaste Campaign

Mr Ajay Durrani

Managing Director
Covestro India

1034 – 1035 Hrs

Launch of #EndPlasticWaste Campaign

1035 – 1040 Hrs

Launch of Microsoft's AI Courses for School Children

1040 – 1055 Hrs

Keynote Address

Prof MV Rajeev Gowda

Member of Parliament & Member
MHRD Parliamentary Standing Committee

1055 – 1100 Hrs

Closing Remarks

Mr Sunil Kant Munjal

Panel discussion 1: Role of Teachers in Shaping Talent
13 November, 1115 - 1145 Hrs, Auditorium, Ground Floor

1115 - 1145 Hrs

Panel Discussion Moderated by

 
 

Mr Sunil Kant Munjal

Chairman, CII Education Council & Chairman,
Hero Enterprise

 
 

Panelists

 

Mr Anurag Tripathi*

Secretary
Central Board of Secondary Education

Mr Santosh Kumar Mall

Commissioner
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

Dr Satbir Bedi, IAS*

Chairperson
National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)

Launch of CII-IIT Madras Career Guidance Programme
13 November, 1200 - 1215 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

1200 - 1215 Hrs

CII-IIT Madras Career Guidance Programme – My Choice My Future
  • Presentation on Programme
  • MOU Exchange

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

Panel Discussion 2: Schooling is Not Learning - 21st Century Skills for Future and Productive Lives
13 November, 1215 - 1315 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

Subthemes:

  • Quality pre-school education: School readiness for all
  • Foundational learning skills: Skills for learning to learn
  • Employability skills and transition to work: Shaping the school curricula to suit the needs of Industry 4.0 with emphasis on experiential learning
  • Life skills and transferable skills

Moderated By

Mr Terry Durnnian

Chief of Education
UNICEF India

 

Panelists

Dr Biswajit Saha

Director (Skill Education & Training)
Central Board of Secondary Education

Ms Mamta Saikia

Chief Operating Officer
Bharti Foundation

Mr Deep Mukherjee

CEO

CII National Committee on Sports & Head of Sports Development Star India

 

Dr Pratibha Jolly

Former Principal
Miranda House, Delhi University

Ms Amita Tandon

Senior Programme Manager
Young Lives

1315 – 1400 Hrs

Lunch

Parallel Session: Making India Play
13 November, 1230 - 1315 Hrs; Bhaskara Hall, 1st Floor

Making India Play

Mr Gurbir Singh Sandhu*

Director
Department of Sports BML Manjul University

Panel Discussion 3: Role of philanthropy in improving the quality of education
13 November, 1400 - 1445 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

  • Are CSR funds being adequately used by corporates to improve the quality of school education?
  • Is there a case for mandating that a certain portion of CSR funds be kept aside for school education?

Moderated by

CII

Panelists

Col Gopal Karunakaran

CEO
Shiv Nadar Schools

Mr Ajay Kumar

Head of Operations
ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth

Dr Prem Kumar

Secretary
LBCMF Schools Ludhiana

Parallel Session: Uberslashies Dialogue
13 November, 1400 - 1600 Hrs; Bhaskara Hall, 1st Floor

The Uberslashies Dialogue will bring together people and ideas at the confluence of science, technology and sustainability. Designed to co-create impactful solutions, the Uberslashies Dialogue will be presented across higher educational institutions in India with CII and Covestro. Moonshot thinking is now the new normal and educational institutions are at the forefront of multi-disciplinary thinking.

In 2020, The Uberslashies Dialogue will be an Industry-Academia partnership around #EndPlasticWaste from a scientific, research and behavioral change perspective.

The takeaway of The Uberslashies Dialogue will be to bring about a concerted effort to deal with Plastic Waste.

Moderator

Mr Allan Rodrigues

Founder,
The Uberslashies Dialogue

 

Panelists

Ms Shubhi Sachan

Lead,
Sustainability Corporate Affairs, Uflex

Mr Prashant Lingam

Consultant,
Plastic Waste Management, UNDP Co-Founder, Bamboo House India

Dr. Judi Lowe

Founder,
The Dive Tourist

Mr Nimesh Sharma

Consultant
Plastic Waste Management Project, UNDP

Panel Discussion 4: School Complexes – Way to Go
13 November, 1445 - 1545 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

After three decades India is preparing to embrace a new National Education Policy. Education as a sector caters to a quarter of the country's population and impacts virtually the entire nation. India now has near universal enrolment of children in primary schools. this has been enabled by expansion of the elementary schooling system by having a primary school within 1 km of each habitation. Though this has enabled access, it has led to certain significant issues and challenges such as economically suboptimality, operational complexity and governance challenge. To meet these challenges, the New Education Policy has recommended grouping of schools into school complexes to facilitate the sharing of resources and render school governance more local, effective, and efficient. The panel discussion in this session will explore the implications of this new policy and its effectiveness on ground.

Moderated by

Ms Ameeta Mulla Wattal

Principal
Springdales School

 

Panelists

Dr Amarendra Behera*

Joint Director
Central Institute of Educational Technology - NCERT

Ms Shabnam Sinha

Lead Edcuation Specialist – India
World Bank

Dr Joseph Emmanuel

Director (Academics)
CBSE

Mr UN Khaware

Additional Commissioner (Acad)
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

 

Ms Aditi Misra

Principal
Delhi Public School, Gurgaon

Ms Rachna Pant

Principal
Ramjas School, RK Puram

Ms Kala Nagarkoti*

Principal
BML Green Medows, Haridawar

Panel Discussion 5: Addressing the Needs of Specially Abled
13 November, 1545 - 1630 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

Featuring Experience Sharing Talk by Ms Tamana Chona

Special Invitee

Dr Prabodh Seth*

Joint Secretary Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, (DEPwD),
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment

 

Moderated by

Dr Shayama Chona

Educationist & Founder-President Tamana Association

 

Panelists

Dr Ashminder Bahal

Director (Vocational Education)
National Institute of Open School (NIOS)

Ms Arti Ahluwalia

Vice President
India Excellence Forum

Panel Discussion 6: Technology in Education
13 November, 1630 - 1730 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

With mobile phones and laptops becoming items on grocery list thousands of technologies are available for faculty, students as well as evaluators to improve their proficiency in teaching, learning and assessment. Also, the drop-out rates at the +2 level are quite high. A technology backed option may extend the outreach of education among masses. Flexible and self-paced learning options can also do the trick. However, can digitalisation of education be pegged as an alternative to classroom teaching? Also, how can education technology help in education research? This session will assess the role of technology in school education.

Moderated by

Dr BVR Mohan Reddy

Co-Chairman,
CII Education Council Executive Chairman, Cyient & Chairman, BOG, IIT Hyd

 

Video Message

Prof Soumitra Datta

Former Founding Dean,
SC Johnson College of Business & Professor of Management Cornell University

 

Panelists

Dr Vinnie Jauhari

Director Education
Microsoft India

Mr Bikkrama Daulet Singh

Co Managing Director
Central Square Foundation

 

Mr Nirupam Srivastava

Vice President
Hero Enterprise

Ms Roopali Suri

Consultant
Learning and Development

1730 Hrs

Tea & Close

 

DAY 2: 14th November – Main Hall

1000 – 1050 Hrs

Opening Session

1050 – 1125 Hrs

Panel Discussion 1 – Private Sector's Contribution to Higher Education

1140 - 1310 Hrs

Panel Discussion 2 – Roundtable on Internalisation of Higher Education

1315 – 1430 Hrs

Lunch

1430 - 1515 Hrs

Panel Discussion 3: Internships - Bridging the Gap

1515 – 1540 Hrs

Power Talk – R&D: Two-wheel Spin Model

1600 – 1745 Hrs

Valedictory Session

  • Award Ceremony
  • Release of publications

1745 Hrs

Tea & Close

Parallel Sessions

1145 - 1345 Hrs

AICTE Workshop on New Model Curriculum for Polytechnics

Opening Session
14 November, 1000 - 1050 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

1000 – 1005 Hrs

Opening Address

Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe

Chairman
All India Council for Technical Education

1005 – 1015 Hrs

Keynote Address

Dr BVR Mohan Reddy

Co-Chairman,
CII Education Council Executive Chairman, Cyient & Chairman, BOG, IIT Hyd

1015 – 1025 Hrs

Special Address

Prof DP Singh

Chairman
University Grants Commission (UGC)

1025 – 1035 Hrs

Special Address

Prof Ashutosh Sharma

Secretary
Department of Science & Technology

1035 – 1045 Hrs

Inaugural Address

Mr R Subrahmanyam

Secretary – Higher Education Ministry of Human Resource Development
Government of India

1045 – 1050 Hrs

Closing Remarks

Panel Discussion 1: Private Sector's Contribution to Higher Education
14 November, 1050 - 1135 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

  • Private sector has ensured access but has it done equally well on quality?
  • What are the challenges that private sector instutions face vis a vis public funded institutions?

Moderator

CII

Panelists

Dr Rupamanjari Ghosh

Vice-Chancellor
Shiv Nadar University

Dr Ajit Nagpal

Chairman of Board of Governors
Ritnand Balved Medical Foundation

Mr Sunil G Raisoni

Chairman
GH Raisoni Institute

 

Dr SRK Prasad

Chairman
Coimbatore Institute of Technology

Dr Manoj K Arora

Vice Chancellor
BML Munjal University

Dr JS Yadav

Provost, Director and Trustee
Indrashil University

Panel Discussion 2: Roundtable Discussion on Internationalisation of Higher Education in India
14 November, 1140 – 1330 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

Launch of CII-EdCIL-MHRD Report on Preparedness of Indian Institutions for Internationalisation

Moderated by

Dr BVR Mohan Reddy

Co-Chairman,
CII Education Council Executive Chairman, Cyient & Chairman, BOG, IIT Hyd

Special Invitees

Mr Dinesh Patnaik

CPV & OIA
Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)

Mr Akhilesh Mishra

Director General
Indian Council for Cultural Relations

Panelists

Mr Diptiman Das

Chairman & Managing Director
EdCIL (India) Ltd

Prof KK Aggarwal

Chairman
National Board of Accreditation

Dr Pankaj Mittal

Secretary General
Association of Indian Universities

 

Prof Mahesh Panchagnula

Professor & Dean
International Relations Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

Prof Rajendra Srivastava

Dean
Indian School of Business (ISB)

Prof Partha Chatterjee

Professor
Shiv Nadar University

 

Dr Marvin Krislov

President
Pace University

1330 – 1430 Hrs

Lunch

Workshop
14 November, 1145 - 1345 Hrs; Bhaskar Hall, 1st Floor

Workshop for Directorates of Technical Education from across India on New Model Curriculum for Polytechnics

Faculty: AICTE

Panel Discussion 3: Internships - Bridging the Gap
14 November, 1430 – 1515 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

Launch of CII Mentorship / Internship Programme

Session Moderator

CII

Presentation by

Dr MP Poonia

Vice-Chairman
All India Council for Technical Education

Panelists

Maj Gen Souresh Bhattacharya

Secretary & Director General Institution of Engineers (India)

Mr Sanjay Baweja

Group President
Bhartiya Group

 

Mr Srinivas Addepalli

CEO
Global Gyan

Dr Rajnish Dass

Managing Director
Catallyst Executive Education Institute (CEEI)

Mr Anurag Anand

General Manager - Franchise Capability Services
Coca-Cola India & SW Asia

Power Talk
14 November, 1515 - 1540 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

R&D: Two-wheel spin model

Dr R Sonde

Executive Vice President,
Research and Technology Thermax Limited

Valedictory Session & Awards Ceremony
14 November, 1600 – 1745 Hrs; Auditorium, Ground Floor

1600 – 1605 Hrs

Welcome Remarks

CII

1605 – 1615 Hrs

Keynote Address

Dr BVR Mohan Reddy

Co-Chairman,
CII Education Council Executive Chairman, Cyient & Chairman, BOG, IIT Hyd

1615 – 1625 Hrs

Keynote Address

Mr Sunil Kant Munjal

Chairman,
CII Education Council & Chairman, Hero Enterprise

1625 – 1630 Hrs

About CII-IEI MOU

Dr TM Gunaraja

President
Institution of Engineers (India)

1630 – 1635 Hrs

Exchange of MOU between CII and Institution of Engineers (India)

1635 – 1645 Hrs

Address: Education for Employability

Prof Rajendra Pratap Gupta 

Member - Central Advisory Board
Ministry of Labour & Employment

1645 – 1655 Hrs

Address

Prof Anil D Sahasrabudhe

Chairman
All India Council for Technical Education

1655 – 1725 Hrs

  • Release of Publications
  • Awards Ceremony
    • AICTE-CII Survey Awards 2019
    • Clean and Smart Campus Awards
    • One Student One Tree Certificates

1725 – 1740 Hrs

Special Address by Chief Guest

Dr Harsh Vardhan*

Minister of Science & Technology
Government of India

1740 – 1745 Hrs

Closing Remarks

1745 Hrs

Tea & Close

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