Sandeep Marwah Spoke on New Education Policy at CEGR Summit

New Delhi: “I am amazed to go through the chapters of New Education Policy which has been rectified and corrected after thirty-four years in India. I must congratulate Government of India for changing the name of the ministry from HRD to Ministry of Education,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University & National Chairman- M & E Committee BIS, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India in a 7th Higher Education Summit organized by CEGR- Centre for Education Growth and Research on the occasion of 9th Foundation Day.

Discussing different aspects of new policy Dr. Sandeep Marwah emphasized that chalk & talk days are over and every education has to be replanned to develop the overall personality of the student. Skill development and training has to be part of the course. “Workshops, seminars, interactions, industry interface, festivals, foreign faculties, promotion of art and culture must be included into the day-to-day affairs of students,” added Dr. Marwah giving example of AAFT which has been a case study with UCLA and 27 other countries of the World.

Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra National President CEGR and Chancellor Shobit University, Mrs Menakshi Lekhi Member Parliament, Dr. Arvind Agarwal Chairman Arya Group of Colleges Jaipur, Suresh Prabhu M p and former Union Minister Government of India, V.M. Bansal New Delhi Institute of Management, Sandeep Pachpande Chairman ASM Group of Institution Pune, Prof. A.P. Mittal Past President CEGR, Biswajit Saha Director CBSE, Sanjay B Chordiya Chairman Suryadatta Group of Institution Pune and  Ravish Roshan Director CEGR also expressed their views.