Inter-College Symposium organized at MIER College

November 22, 2023
Inter-College Symposium organized at MIER College

JAMMU, Nov 21: To celebrate National Education Day, the co-curricular committee of MIER college of education organized an inter-college symposium on the theme “The Future of Education: Technology, Equity and Inclusion” here today.
The symposium was organised in collaboration with MOU and other colleges through hybrid mode. The programme was convened under the patronage of Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College of Education. Prof. Rohnika Sharma, Head of School of Education, Dr. Monika Bajaj, Head of School of Social Sciences and Humanities, faculty members and students of the BA Honours programme participated in the event. Twelve colleges and 24 participants from within and outside Jammu and Kashmir participated in the symposium.
The participants comprehensively elaborated their views on technology’s transformative role, equity in access to education, inclusion and diversity in learning, global collaboration, and learning. They highlighted that the future of education is a dynamic landscape where technology, equity, and inclusion are inextricably intertwined.
The judges for the competition were Dr. Sonia Khajuria, Associate Professor, Deptt. of English, GCW Parade Ground, Jammu, Dr.Shubra Jamwal, Assistant Professor, Deptt. of English, Govt. College of Education, Jammu, and Dr. Shakum Mahajan, Assistant Professor, Deptt. of English, Govt. PG College for Women, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu.
The first and second prizes went to Anmoldeep Kour and Sugandha Gupta from Govt. College for Women, Parade Ground, Jammu, the third prize was jointly bagged by Aditi Mahajan, from MIER College and Anisha Kour, from GCW Gandhi Nagar, Jammu. Nandika, from MIER College, and Shaheen Bedi, from GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, Ludhiana won the consolation prizes. Certificates of merit were given to the participants. Arzoo Sharma, student of BA Honour English programme, Semester III compared the programme. Dr. Reeta Dwivedi, Convener, Co-Curricular Committee appreciated the presence of all the participating colleges.

Curtsy:Daily Excelsior

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