Principal's Conference  on Indian education system

New Delhi,  : On 4th October 2019, a Principal's Conference was organized at Kochi, Kerala. Approximately 800 Principals and Educationists actively participated and discussed the changes required in our Education system. 

"Indian Education system is facing a big challenge in the field of Learning outcomes, skilling, employability and social concerns towards society. The problem even intensifies when the good students do not come in the education sector. Political will power, Effective Administration and deep involvement of Public are the only way out to solve the problem", CBSE Secretary, Anurag Tripathi said.

He further added some important points that should be followed for the development of Indian education system and said that there should be strict implementation of educational policies, changes in school infrastructure, use of new technologies, involvement of parents and community, appointing capable teachers and principals, training of Principals and teacher's, a paradigm shift from rote learning to Knowledge to Skilling to Competency, peer and self-assessment, attractive and employable vocational courses, industry connection and students need to be values-oriented citizens equipped with competencies and skills to face real-life challenges. 

He also said,"Central Board of Secondary Education has already started all above initiatives and the positive results are now visible".