NOIDA- With an objective to increase the quality of higher education in India and to discourse about the methodologies and ways for the same, large number of academicians across the country and also the education ministers from about 18 states will meet in Haridwar on November 3 for a two-day conference which is named as “Gyankumbh”. This will lay a great impact on the condition of higher education in the country.
1800 Delegates to Participate in Gyanakumbha
Ram Nath Kovind, the President will inaugurate the event that is scheduled to take place at ‘Patanjali Yogpeeth’, as informed by Trivendra Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand Chief Minister at a press conference.
He further added that the conference will be parted into five sessions and there will be nearly 1,800 delegates to take part in it, including education secretaries, education ministers of states, policy makers, college principals, university vice chancellors, researchers and students from various regions of the country.
The presence of Prakash Javadekar, the Union Minister for Human Resource Development and Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister will be there in the conference.
Hopes from Haridwar Gyanakumbha
Uttarakhand Chief Minister is quite hopeful about this event to enhance the quality of higher education. He said that a wide range of recommendations to improvise the quality of higher education with the help of research, creative approach, innovation, positive gesture towards the traditions of the country etc will surely come out from the conference.