Pune, 23rd June 2020:- A one-day National Webinar on “Changing Paradigms in Higher Education: Possibilities and Challenges” was organized by the MIT Arts, Design & Technology University, Rajbaug, Loni Kalbhor, Pune on 23rd June 2020.
The webinar started with the speech was delivered by keynote speaker Padma Vibhushan Dr. Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan, Former Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation and Chairperson of the committee to draft National Education Policy 2019 speech. The program graced by honorable Executive President & Vice-Chancellor of MIT-ADT University, Prof. Dr. Mangesh karad along with Prof. Dr. Viswanath Karad, Founder President of MIT ADT University. Dr. K. Kasturirangan delivered his speech on the changing paradigms in education in the light of the new National Education Policy 2019. The Government of India is pursuing a student-centric education policy. It aims to achieve the holistic development of students. More than 900 universities in the country should emphasize research along with quality education. For this, the infrastructure should be created. By 2030, multidisciplinary institutions of higher education will be established in every district. It will promote the holistic development education and liberal education of students he adds.
We need to upgrade schools, bring in more teachers this is not possible with five children and ten children. We need to make the complexes through the existing system by improving it, with minimal norms. For the school & universities in terms of teachers, the ability of teacher to learn and upgrade themselves he added.
The Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad appreciated the webinar theme on the possibilities and challenges of the changing paradigms in education. In his keynote address, Dr. Vishwanath karad discussed the nature and rationales of liberal art education, multidisciplinary higher educational institutions, etc in the light of the new National Education Policy 2019. The Presidential address was delivered by Prof. Dr. Mangesh karad, Executive President & Vice-Chancellor of MIT-ADT University. The webinar ended with a vote of thanks.