International webinar on post-Covid education

Our Correspondent

Tarn Taran, July 12

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Education, Kairon (Patti), in collaboration with the council of teacher education foundations conducted a two-day ‘Interdisciplinary International Webinar’ themed ‘strategical framework for post Covid-19 education’.

Nearly 1,000 delegates from various universities, principals and teachers of various schools, degree colleges, education colleges, DIETs and various other professionals participated in the webinar from all corners of the country and globe.

Satyam Bhardwaj and Amandeep Kaur, assistant professors of the college, hosted the webinar. Dr Rajesh Bhardwaj, Dr Mridula Bhardwaj, Dr Sarita Narad, Satyam Bhardwaj, principal, and Prof (Dr) Vedprakash Mishra, chancellor, KIMS, Karhad, chief advisor, DMIMS (Deemed University) Wardha, who is also National Head UNESCO Bioethics Academic Programme, gave presidential remarks.

Dr Sarita Narad, principal of the host college, said Dr Baljinder Johal, educationist, University of British Columbia, Canada, Dr RP Singh, consultant, transplant surgeon, deputy lead of Infection, prevention and control, Manchester University, UK, Dr Monica Nagpal, project associate commonwealth education media, Centre for Asia, Dr Navin Kumar, psychologist, Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi and Dr Deepa Sikand Kauts, head, Faculty of Education, Guru Nanak Dev University, were among the others who addressed the webinar with few suggestions for the participants.

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