10th Eduleaders Summit and Awards 2024

  • Event Venue: HOLIDAY INN AGRA MG ROAD, 16/2/8, Commercial Complex, Sanjay Place, MG Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh – 282002, India

1 day

5+ Sessions

20+ Speakers

Exhibitions

10th Eduleaders Summit and Awards

Technological progress and adoption of artificial intelligence have a growing trend. Students use of the internet to find the contents of their studies has a growing trend too.

Teachers are now working hard to ensure their students not only learn about the key concepts of the course, but also learn to use the necessary technology. Teachers ensure students use the most appropriate tools, while giving constructive feedback, so they feel accompanied at all times. Optimal learning happens when students have a safe, constructive, online platform. Students are not only visiting a virtual campus. They also need a personal space for community, or collaboration areas to really thrive.

A teacher is the centre of any teaching learning process. In this digital era, a teacher has got a number of responsibilities in addition to his/her prior role to keep pace with the changing technologies and changing teaching learning environments. A teacher is accountable to the society which trust him/her for shaping its coming generations for better civilizations and to the nation which trust him/her for making its future more bright and progressive. To deal with this accountability, a teacher need to use Digital Technology effectively with its traditional teaching techniques to facilitate critical and innovative thinking in his/her classrooms and it is only then one can dream of a knowledge society and a better digitalized education World around us.

We call upon the stakeholders who are actively involved in education initiatives to come forth and join our hands to wind back the clock of changing requirements of eco system.

The event expects 2000+ Attendees, if not more. There will be an exclusive session for the participants keen to join into the adjoining hall of fame. You will find yourself among the decision makers from across the length and breadth of the international community.

Why To Participate / Nominate for Award

For many professionals/educational institutions/organisations, the reason their work doesn’t speak for itself is because of their tendency to keep their heads down and quietly perform their roles. They do great work but, because they fly under the radar, they remain a well-kept secret.

Your work can speak for itself, if you have enough overall visibility. When you’re well connected to others throughout the society, you don’t have to promote your value or introduce about your work every time. Others can see it first-hand

WHO ATTEND ?

  • Representatives/Key Officials from schools
  • Representatives/Key Officials from Edtech companies
  • Start ups
  • International Experts
  • Government Officials
  • Education Consultants
  • Entrepreneurs, Edupreneurs, Private Equity Investors
  • Venture Capitalists

WHY ATTEND ?

  • Share the achievements, challenges and lessons learned
  • Discuss the current and future needs and issues and explore best practices in the education & skill development sector
  • Connect decision-makers, policy makers, industry experts, business leaders, to foster
  • exchange of ideas and information impacting the education & skill development sector
  • Showcase information technology applications
  • Provide more vistas of opportunity for partnership building, development reorganization and capacity enhancement for the rural stakeholders
  • Bring forth views and latest news from regulators, policy makers, service providers, content providers and Infrastructure providers
  • Look at the current situation and outline desirable future developments in the field of ICT enabled education
  • Provide integrated approach of ICT supported education
  • Bring together the entire community of education & skill development professionals and practitioners to celebrate success stories, discuss strategies and explore opportunities awaiting the education & skill development sector in India & globally.
  • Deliberate on the issues facing the movement, the journey till now, and devise new plans for the future
  • Attend enlightening sessions where you can interact with people who are playing influential role in various areas of Education segment.
  • Earn a great insight into the broader governance & IT priorities of the government leaders.
  • Build relationships through a broad system of interactions.
  • Get all your queries answered by experts.

AWARD NOMINATION PROCESS

Teachers from educational institutions / training institutions (K – 12).  Each nomination must be submitted on a separate form. Incomplete forms may be considered ineligible for assessment. Only teachers are allowed to nominate. School can nominate their teachers or individual teachers can nominate for their unique initiatives (innovation or excellent work)

Award Criteria

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY:

Video presentation along with supporting documents (Supporting documents include media highlights / individual profile)
Process of Award Nomination & Selection
  • Step 1: Understand the eligibility criteria for each award category.
  • Step 2: Apply to each award category by filling the online application form.
  • Step 3: Submit your online application on or before midnight of Tuesday, 30th January 2024 and supporting documents  will be submitted on or before midnight of Saturday, 27th January 2024 through mail on editor@tuinfomedia.com OR jyoti@tuinfomedia.com
  • Step 4. Applications will be screened by editorial team
  • Step 5. Final sheet of eligible entries will be prepared by editorial team and submit to evaluation team
  • Step 6. Evaluation team will evaluate the score as per selection process and submit to selection committee.
  • Step 7. Selection committee then aggregate the scores as per selection method given below to arrive at the winners for each award.
  • Step 8. Award winners will be announced during Recognition, Felicitation and Award Ceremony on Saturday, 3rd February 2024.

Award winners will be given opportunity to speak about their unique initiatives (innovations or excellent work) during summit

Selection of Award Winners

Selection Parameters:

Teacher Competency, Academic Excellence, pedagogical skills, Individual Reputation

Selection Process:

After each parameter was processed, we produce a standardized score for each parameter at each educational institute. This score evaluated distance from the average using sub-parameters and allows each educational institute’s score to be compared against others in a statistically sound manner. With clean and comparable data, we then assigned weights for each parameter. The goal of the weighting process for sub parameters was to ensure that no one parameter could have a dramatic positive or negative impact on a particular educational institute’s final score and that each educational institute’s final score was a fair representation of the educational institute’s performance.  Weights were carefully determined by analyzing.  After assigning weights, an overall score was calculated for each educational institute by applying the assigned weights to each educational institute’s individual parameter scores. Similar process will be used for all award categories. Field experts will join the evaluation team. The team have access to the entries after the closing date and they submit their scores to the selection committee independently. The committee then aggregate the scores as per above selection method to arrive at the winners for each award. The selection committee decision is final and the award does not enter into any correspondence regarding any aspect of the selection process.

Eminent Speakers

Mr. Brijendra Singh Kushwah

Principal, Brij Public School, Agra

Ms. Sunita Singh

Principal, Chandavan Public School, Mathura

Mr. Vinay Dixit

Principal, W Wings School, Agra

Dr. Firoz Khan

Principal, New St. Stephens Public Etmadpur Agra

Dr. Shubhi Dayal

Principal, Sun Flower Public School Dayal Bagh, Agra

Mr. Rajan Marwah

Principal, The Indian Heritage School, Agra

Dr. Anand

Principal, St Vivekanand Public School, Agra

Ms. Arti Mittal

Principal, Mother's Touch, Aligarh

Mr. Anil Yaduvanshi

Principal, Kanha Makhan Public School, Mathura

Ms. Priti Parashar

Principal, SRD Public Fatehpur Sikri, Agra

Dr. CB Jadli

Principal, Dr MPS World School, Agra

Ms. Arty Awasthi

Director Principal, Shri Ram Centennial School, Agra

Mr. Manish Kumar Mittal

Principal, Agra Vanasthali Vidyalaya, Agra

Mr. Virendra Mittal

Principal, AVMD Institute, Agra

Mr. Rakesh Sharma

Principal, Sun Lord Public School, Lohkarera, Agra

Mr. Lokpal Singh Chahar

MD, S.R.D Public Sr. Sec. School Akola, Agra

Mr. Pradeep Chahar

Principal, Sanskar Public School, Agra

Mr. Charles Clarance

English Coach, Trainer for Principals and Teachers , Motivational Speaker, Agra

Mr. Yadendra Prakash Chahar

Principal, Roy Vidya Vihar, Agra

Dr. Davendra Singh

Principal, APS Artoni, Agra

Ms. Surjeet Kaur

Coordinator, Heritage Public School, Agra

Associate Partners

Key Sessions

Innovation in School Education Saturday, 3rd February 2024.

Time and Session

Time

Session

09:30 am – 10:00 am
Registration to workshop
10:00 am – 11:45 am

Brainstorming Session on National Education Policy

  • Strengthening Early Childhood Care and Education- Aims to ensure quality early childhood care and education for all children
  • Foundational literacy and numeracy – There will be special attention paid to early language and mathematics in Grades 1-5
  • New curricular and pedagogical structure for school education – Appropriate curriculum and pedagogical structure for school education based on principles of brain development and learning
  • Best Practices in School Education
11:45 am – 12:00 pm
Tea Break
12:00 pm – 01:45 pm

Impact of Technology in Education : Round Table Discussion

  • Best Practices
  • Effective utilization of existing resources using Quick Campus
  • Increased Efficiency of Teachers
  • Increase engagement of students
01:45 pm – 02:30 pm
Lunch Break
02:30 pm – 03:00 pm
Tea Break
02:30 pm – 03:00 pm
Felicitation Ceremony
03:00 pm – 04:30 pm

Training Session

Eminent Speakers Who Graced Us In Past

Dr. Rishikesh Patankar

Vice President, National Skill Development Corporation, Delhi, India

Raghav Podhar

Chairman, Podar Education Group, ,
India

A P SHARMA

Principal-Director (Acad.) Kundan Vidya Mandir, Ludhiana Punjab

Aditi Misra

Director at DPS intl,Gurgaon,DPS Jaipur&Dharav High School, Gurgoan, Haryana

Swarnima Luthra

School Principal at ASN Senior Secondary School - India, SDG Educator, Delhi

Preeti Kwatra

Chairperson- Petals Group of Schools, Parent Coach , Vice President at ECA and Member of NAEYC Washington, New Delhi, Delhi

Dr. Krishna Choudhary

Principal at East Point School, Nagpur,
Nagpur, Maharastra

Divya Llal

Brand Builder - Disruptor - Entrepreneur
Gurgoan, Haryana

Dr. Rashmi Tyagi

Academic Director Ashevilli world school,
  Mumbai

Aruna Bhardwaj

Director, Punjab

Swapna Nair

Principal, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar,
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh

Hema Kalakoti

Principal at APS Academy
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Poonam Kumar Mendiratta

Principal at The Manthan School,
Greater Noida, UP

New Project (4)

Dr. N.V. Sarat Chandran

Director, Doon Public School,
Delhi

Raj kumar Sharma

Principal, Gayatri International School, Near Gurgaon Devi Temple, 
Farrukhabad, UP

Aditi Roy

Principal, Mount Columbus School,
Delhi

Rita Taneja

Principal, S.V. Public School,
Jaipur, Rajasthan

A G (A G Prakash) Prakash

Principal, Nandha Central City school,
Tamil Nadu

Rajni Jauhari

Principal, Bharat Ram Global School
Noida, UP

Geeta Gangwani

Principal Bal Bharati Public School,
Rohini, New Delhi

Lakshmi Prabha

Principal, Prasan vidya mandir senior secondary school,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Shailaja Reddy

Principal, Pallavi Model School,
Bowenpally, Hyderabad

Chitrakala Ramachandran

Principal, Chennai Public School
Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Benefits of Winning Award

  • Winning awards doesn’t only work towards improving morale or driving loyalty. It also works towards positioning an organisation / person differently as a result of their work. The recipient be viewed differently in the industry and, as a result, be positioned to receive more offers.
  • Winning an award allows you to distinguish from competitors and ensure that as many potential viewers as possible are aware of your innovative or excellent work.
  • Brand recognition and free PR – Being shortlisted as an award contender gives your organization free publicity from the awards organizer as well as the other nominees and possibly even the selection committee. And if you win, the publicity is even more far-reaching and impactful.
  • Instant credibility – Winning an award opens numerous doors and gives you instant credibility with potential customers.
  • Increased morale – It almost goes without saying that winning an award provides intrinsic motivation and improved morale for those on the team. The nomination alone, which recognizes hard work and a job well done, is a celebration of the hours the team put into the project and can significantly—and positively—impact employee satisfaction and talent retention.

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HOLIDAY INN AGRA MG ROAD
16/2/8, Commercial Complex, Sanjay Place,
MG Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh – 282002, India

Phone No: 735 157 1192

9th Global Education and Skill Summit 2024

  • Event: Friday & Saturday, 9th & 10th August 2024, at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi
TWO DAYS
20+ SESSIONS
100+ SPEAKERS
EXHIBITIONS

ABOUT THE SUMMIT

9th Global Education and Skill Summit is a two-day event. It will be held on Friday & Saturday, 9th & 10th August 2024 at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel – 1, CBD, Maharaja Surajmal Road, Near Yamuna Sports Complex, Delhi – 110032.

The summit echos with this thought and bring various stakeholders to share their experiences and ideas which in turn assist the related community to learn, aware and introspect on the various aspects of education & skill development programme and how to turn ideas into reality. Global collaboration builds cultural understanding, communication skills, and knowledge and awareness of the wider world.

In order to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world, young people need to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to engage in lifelong, cross-cultural learning and collaboration. More than ever, young people need the 21st century skills for global competency, digital literacy, critical thinking and global collaboration among international peers. Education systems need to ensure they are giving people vital skills and knowledge. There is also an urgent need for education systems to impart higher skills aligned with the demands of growing economies, where many jobs are being automated and skill sets are changing fast. Governments to start taking inequalities in education seriously, tracking them by collecting information directly from each and every part of country. Our schools, universities and lifelong learning programmes to focus on economic, environmental and social perspectives that help nurture empowered, critical, mindful and competent citizens.

WHO ATTEND ?

  • • Policy makers and representatives from Ministry of Education, UGC, CBSE, ICSE, AICTE, NSDC, NSDA, MSME, NIOS, C-DAC and Others
  • • Regulatory Bodies and Professional Association Representatives
  • • Representatives from Skill Development Agencies, Institutes and Centers
  • • Entrepreneurs, Edupreneurs, Private Equity Investors, Venture Capitalists
  • • Corporate (MD/ CEO/ CTO/ Head IT & Marketing), IT Vendors
  • • System Integrators (SIs), Value Added Resellers (VARs), Value Added Distributors (VADs)
  • • International Expert
  • • Key Officials from Sector Skill Councils
  • • Key Representatives from ITI Colleges
  • • Owners/ MD/ Chairmen/ CEO/ Manager/ Director/ Principal/ Admin & IT Head/ Teachers of Schools
  • • Chancellor/ Vice Chancellors/ CEO/ Registrars/ Marketing & IT Head/ Academic & Admin Head/ Principals/ Teachers of Colleges & Universities
  • • Parents & Students

WHY ATTEND ?

  • • Share the achievements, challenges and lessons learned
  • • Discuss the current and future needs and issues and explore best practices in the education & skill development sector
  • • Connect decision-makers, policy makers, industry experts, business leaders, to foster
  • • Exchange of ideas and information impacting the education & skill development sector
  • • Showcase information technology applications
  • • Provide more vistas of opportunity for partnership building, development reorganization and capacity enhancement for the rural stakeholders
  • • Bring forth views and latest news from regulators, policy makers, service providers, content providers and Infrastructure providers
  • • Look at the current situation and outline desirable future developments in the field of ICT enabled education
  • • Provide integrated approach of ICT supported education
  • • Bring together the entire community of education & skill development professionals and practitioners to celebrate success stories, discuss strategies and explore opportunities awaiting the education & skill development sector in India & globally.
  • • Deliberate on the issues facing the movement, the journey till now, and devise new plans for the future
  • • Attend enlightening sessions where you can interact with people who are playing influential role in various areas of Education and skill segment.
  • • Earn a great insight into the broader governance & IT priorities of the edu leaders.
  • • Build relationships through a broad system of interactions.
  • • Get all your queries answered by experts.

AWARD CRITERIA

  • • Each entry should be accompanied by write-up of not more than 2000 words
  • • Profile of the company (Structure, Systems and Processes)
  • • Media write-ups & interviews as annexure (annual reports will be considered as annexures)
  • • Description of achievements
  • • PPT presentation of the project
  •  
  • ‣ Deadline to apply for award nominationAs soon as we receive enough entries, we will close the award nominations.
  • ‣ Announcement of award winners: Friday & Saturday, 9th & 10th August 2024.

  • For any further queries, please contact
  • ‣ Award Nomination for Higher Education: Jyoti Tomar (9311793899),
  • ‣ Award Nomination for School: Gautam Rawat (9355651849)

 

Selection of Award Winners

The Award winners will be decided by Public Choice & the Jury Choice: Field experts to join the judging panel. The judges have access to the entries after the closing date and they submit their scores to the selection committee independently. The committee then aggregate the scores as per selection method to arrive at the winners for each award. The selection committee decision is final and the award does not enter into any correspondence regarding any aspect of the selection process.

The event expects 500+ delegates, if not more. There will be an exclusive session for the participants keen to join into the adjoining hall of fame. You will find yourself among the decision makers from across the length and breadth of the international community.

BENEFITS OF WINNING AWARD

  • • Winning awards doesn’t only work towards improving morale or driving loyalty. It also works towards positioning an organisation/ person differently as a result of their work. The recipient be viewed differently in the industry and, as a result, be positioned to receive more offers.
  • • Winning an award allows you to distinguish from competitors and ensure that as many potential viewers as possible are aware of your innovative or excellent work.
  • Brand recognition and Free PR – Being shortlisted as an award contender gives your organization free publicity from the awards organizer as well as the other nominees and possibly even the selection committee. And if you win, the publicity is even more far-reaching and impactful.
  • Instant Credibility – Winning an award opens numerous doors and gives you instant credibility with potential customers.
  • Increased Morale – It almost goes without saying that winning an award provides intrinsic motivation and improved morale for those on the team. The nomination alone, which recognizes hard work and a job well done, is a celebration of the hours the team put into the project and can significantly—and positively—impact employee satisfaction and talent retention.

EMINENT SPEAKERS

Prof Dr Dinesh Tyagi

Retd. IAS Officer & Ex-MD of CSCSPV

Dr Rishikesh Patankar

Vice President
National Skill Development Corporation

Dr Biswajit Saha

Director(Skill Education)
Central Board of Secondary Education

Prof Dr Manpreet Singh Manna

Vice-Chancellor
Chandigarh University Punjab

Dr Abhilasha Gaur

CEO
Electronics Sector Skills Council of India

Mr V Srikanth

CEO
ICT Academy, Tamil Nadu

Prof Dr A K Bakshi

Founding Vice-Chancellor
PDM University, Haryana

Prof. Vimal Rarh

Professor
Dept. of Chemistry SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi

Prof Dr Digvijay Pandya

Professor and Dean
Parul University, Gujarat

Mr Tijay Gupta

COO
Bachpan Play School, India

Sunil Kumar Pandey

Director
Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad

Dr. Harihar Gopalan S

Associate professor Director
Shri Ramakrishna Engineering College Tamil Nadu

Dr Shalini Gupta

Founder
ANANDAM, Punjab

Dr S K Rathor

MD
Sanfort Group of School, India

Ms Amrita Burman

Director
Sunbeam Group of Educational Institutions, Uttar Pradesh

Mr Abhishek Mittel

MD
The Persistent Students Nest Sr. Sec. School, Haldwani Uttarakhand

Mr Mettle J.S

MD
My Progressive School, India

Mr A G Prakash

Principal
Nandha Central City School, Tamil Nadu

Mr Francis Kevin J. Fernandes

Principal
Asia English School, Gujarat

Mr Rajkumar Sharma

Principal
Gayatri international School, Uttar Pradesh

Mr N S Punia

Principal
Birla Open Minds International School, Bihar

Dr Sheela Punia

Principal
Shah Satnam Ji Girls College, Haryana

Mr Anit Arora

Principal
Gems Akademia International School, Kolkata

Ms Shruti Anand Remane

Principal
Jaywant International School, Maharashtra

Dr Ram Singh

Principal
Delhi Public School, Ranchi

Ms Vishakha Gupta

Principal
Beacon High School, Pune

Ms Arty Awasthi

Director Principal
Shri Ram Centennial School, Uttar Pradesh

Ms Swapna Nair

Principal
Bal Bharati Public School, Uttar Pradesh

Ms Monika Kapoor

Principal
National Public School, Kalindi Colony, New Delhi

Dr Shuchita Gupta

Director Academics
Shamrock International School, Jammu & Kashmir

Ms Anita Singh

Principal
Seth M.R.Japuria Greater Noida Campus, Uttar Pradesh

Mr Krutarth Joshi

Principal
Little Flowers School, Gujarat

Dr Priyanka Mehta

Principal
Sarvottam International School, Uttar Pradesh

Mr Anurodh Chitra

Principal
Delhi Public School, Haryana

Ms Anju Sharma

Principal
Edumont World School, Punjab

Mr Vikrant Sharma

Director Principal
Littlewood Public School, Uttar Pradesh

Mr Nirankari Tyagi

Principal
R.D.P.D. Public School, Uttar Pradesh

Dr Neeru Joshi

Principal
BBPS, Modinagar Uttar Pradesh

Ms Madhu Chauhan

Principal
Tagore Public School, Gurugram, Haryana

Mr Mathura Prasad Pandey

Principal
Aristo Public School, Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu

Organiser

Gold Partner

Silver Partner

Associate Partners

NGO Partners

Outreach Partner

Edtech Partner

Start Up Partner

KEY SESSIONS

  • • Hybrid Learning Model of Education
  • • Effectiveness of online classes for students
  • • Schools initiatives to Prepare Students for Competitive Exams
  • • Online schooling be the future of education
  • • Need of career counselling in today’s time
  • • NEP – universalization of education from pre-school to secondary level

KEY SESSIONS​

  • • Edtech in 21st Century
  • • Upskilling and Reskilling of teachers for the ‘New Normal’ of Education
  • • Finance Partner for 21st Century Schools
  • • Role of Principal Leadership in Improving Student Achievement
  • • International collaborations are transforming Indian education
  • • Teaching pedagogy for the 21st century

PAST SPEAKERS

HON'BLE DR M.P. POONIA

Former Vice Chairman, AICTE, Ministry of Education, Govt of India

HON'BLE SHRI AMOD K. KANTH

Chairman DWSSC, Ministry of Skill & Entrepreneurship

HON'BLE DR BISWAJIT SAHA

Director, CBSE, Ministry of Education, Govt of India

HON'BLE SHRI ANIL SWARUP

Former Secretary, School Education, Govt of India

PROF SURAPANENI KOTESHWARA RAO

Vice Chancellor, RVSKVV, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

DR RISHIKESH PATANKAR

Vice President, National Skill Development Corporation

MR RAGHAV PODAR

Chairman, Podar Education, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

PROF DR GER GRAUS OBE

Global Director of Education at KidZania, London, England, UK

DR SUNIL RAI

Vice Chancellor, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies

DR VIMAL RARH

Joint Director, Guru Angad Dev Teaching Learning Centre of MHRD

DR KAMLESH MISHRA

Chief Economic Advisor, Economic Council of India

DR PANKAJ SHARMA

Director of Admissions & Outreach, SRM University, Sonepat

PROF HD CHARAN

Vice Chancellor, Bikaner Technical University, Rajasthan

PROF ORS RAO

Chancellor, ICFAI University, Sikkim

PROF A. K. BAKHSHI

Founder Vice-Chancellor, PDM University Bahadurgarh

PROF DEVENDRA PATHAK

Professor Emeritus & Chief Executive Officer, FORE Academy of Management Education

DR SHALINI GUPTA

Vice Chancellor, Desh Bhagat University, Chandigarh

RAHUL SINGHI

Co-Founder, Poornima University & Director, Poornima Group (India)

DR SUNIL K. SOMANI

Vice Chancellor, Oriental University, Indore

DR MANOJ KUMAR

Vice Chancellor, DAV University, Jalandhar

DR PRAMOD TRIPATHI

Academic Director, Global Indian International School, Singapore

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3rd CSR Impact Summit 2024

  • Event Venue: Hyatt Regency Delhi, Ring Rd, Bhikaji Cama Place, Rama Krishna Puram, New Delhi, Delhi 110066

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One day

7+ Sessions

40+ Speakers

Exhibitions

3rd CSR Impact Summit 2024

CSR Impact Summit is full day event. It will be held on Friday, 23rd February 2024 in Hyatt Regency, Delhi.

The focus is “The positive impact of innovative ideas in CSR

India is the first country in the world to make corporate social responsibility (CSR) mandatory, following an amendment to The Company Act, 2013 in April 2014. Businesses can invest their profits in areas such as education, poverty, gender equality, and hunger. The amendment notified in the Schedule VII of the Companies Act advocates that those companies with a net worth of US$73 million (Rs 4.96 billion) or more, or an annual turnover of US$146 million (Rs 9.92 billion) or more, or a net profit of US$732,654 (Rs 50 million) or more during a financial year, shall earmark 2 percent of average net profits of three years towards CSR. In the draft Companies Bill, 2009, the CSR clause was voluntary, though it was mandatory for companies to disclose their CSR spending to shareholders. It is also mandatory that company boards should have at least one female member.

CSR Impact Summit echoes this thought and brings various stakeholders to share their experiences and ideas which in turn assist the related community to learn, aware and introspect on the various aspects of CSR strategy and CSR activities in India. This will also be an opportunity to exhibit the exemplary products and services to the key stakeholders. Best initiatives in CSR will be recognized.

Highlights of 2nd CSR Impact Summit 2023

2nd CSR Impact Summit held on Friday, 10th February 2023 in Habitat World at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The focus was “The Positive Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility in Education, Skill Development, Health, Environment & Livelihood”.

The program started with welcome speech of Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh, MD & CEO, CSC e-Governance Services India Ltd, SPV under Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Mr Santosh Kumar, Amazon participated in fireside chat on “How AWS is helping build citizen centric national platform”, Mr Nath Parameshwaran, Senior Director and Board Member, PayPal India, Mr Munish Sharda, Group Executive & Head – Bharat Banking, Axis Bank, Ms. Priya Naik, Founder & CEO, Samhita Social Ventures, Mr. Suhel Daud, Legal Attache – South Asia, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Mr. Ashish Basu, Lead, Passport to Earning (P2E) India, YuWaah (Generation Unlimited), UNICEF, Mr. Vivek Vashishth -Vice President-Public Affairs & Strategic Engagements OPPO Mobiles India Private Limited shared their CSR initiatives in India.

The session witnessed handover ceremony of 40 Vans and Flag off of 2 Mobile Vans each of PayPal and Axis Bank, CSC-UNICEF P2E Project, Cyber Security projects supported by IBM, Kyndryl, Capgemini, Collective Good Foundation and Oppo Mobiles and MOU was exchanged with Hindustan Zinc Ltd and CSC. Around 500 delegates joined the whole day programme.

WHO ATTEND ?

  • Govt.Officials.
  • Corporate (MD, CEO, CFO, COO, CTO, CSR Heads, CSR Leaders)
  • NGOs’, CSR implementing agencies, CSR Foundation, Trusts
  • Representatives from Skill Development agencies, institutes and centers
  • Entrepreneurs, Edupreneurs, Start Ups
  • International Expert
  • Owners/MD/Chairmen/CEO/Manager/Director/Principal
  • Chancellor/Vice Chancellors/CEO/Registrars/Marketing&IT Head/ Academic & Admin Head/Principals/teachers of colleges & university

WHY ATTEND ?

  • Share the achievements, challenges and lessons learned
  • Discuss the current and future needs and issues and explore best practices in CSR
  • Connect decision-makers, policy makers, industry experts, business leaders, to foster
  • exchange of ideas and information
  • Showcase information technology applications
  • Provide more vistas of opportunity for partnership building, development reorganization and capacity enhancement for the rural stakeholders
  • Bring forth views and latest news from regulators, policy makers, service providers, content providers and Infrastructure providers
  • Look at the current situation and outline desirable future developments
  • Provide integrated approach of ICT supported education
  • Bring together the entire community of CSR professionals to celebrate success stories, discuss strategies and explore opportunities
  • Deliberate on the issues facing the movement, the journey till now, and devise new plans for the future
  • Attend enlightening sessions where you can interact with people who are playing influential role in various areas
  • Earn a great insight into the broader governance & priorities of the CSR leaders.
  • Build relationships through a broad system of interactions.
  • Get all your queries answered by experts.

Award Categories

  • CSR Leadership Award in Education/Skill Development/Healthcare/Livelihoods/ Environment/Women Empowerment/Rural Development & Infrastructure
  • Innovative CSR Project of the year
  • CSR Leader of the year
  • Best CSR Impact Award
  • CSR Project of the year
  • NGO of the year
  • CSR Implementing Partners Awards
  • NGO Leadership Award
  • Most Committed NGO Award
  • CSR Professional of The Year

Award Criteria

  • Each entry should be accompanied by write-up of not more than 2000 words
  • Profile of the company (Structure, Systems and Processes)
  • Media write-ups & interviews as annexure (annual reports will be considered as annexures)
  • Description of achievements
  • PPT presentation of the project
Deadline to apply for award nomination : Saturday, 17th February 2024 Announcement of award winners : Friday, 23th February 2024

Selection of Award Winners

The Award winners will be decided by Public Choice & the Jury Choice: Field experts to join the judging panel. The judges have access to the entries after the closing date and they submit their scores to the selection committee independently. The committee then aggregate the scores as per selection method to arrive at the winners for each award. The selection committee decision is final and the award does not enter into any correspondence regarding any aspect of the selection process. The event expects 500+ delegates, if not more. There will be an exclusive session for the participants keen to join into the adjoining hall of fame. You will find yourself among the decision makers from across the length and breadth of the international community.

Eminent Speakers

Dr. Dinesh Tyagi

Retd. IAS Officer & Ex-MD of CSCSPV

Dr. Rishikesh Patankar

Vice President, National Skill Development Corporation

Dr. Biswajit Saha

Director, CBSE, Ministry of Education, Government of India

Mr. Rameesh Kailasam

CEO, Indiatech.org

Ms. Anupam Nidhi

Head Group CSR, Hindustan Zinc

Mr. Atul Singh

Vice President CSR, Emami Ltd.

Mr. Arpit Pareek

Chief Business officer, Utkarsh Classes

Dr. Gulshan Sharma

DG, International Chamber of Service Industry

Mr. Ravi Agarwal

Head CSR, AYE Finance

Ms. Geetanjali Gaur

Lead CSR & ESG, Kyndryl India

Mr. Nitin Nagpal

Co-Founder and Director, eMango

Dr. Somnath Singh

Deputy Director , UN Global Compact Network India

Mr. Mukesh Sharma

Executive Director at Population Services International, India

Mr. Sunil Dahiya

Executive Vice President, Wadhwani Foundation

Ms. Aarti Gautam Shukla

Director, FICUS

Ms. Vidya Raghavan

CEO, New Concept Centre for Development Communication, New Delhi

Mr. Chirag Sharma

Director Drone Destination

Mr. Kartik Sharma

Founder, Agnitio

Mr. Neeraj Kapoor

GM & Head (CSR), NTPC Ltd

Ms. Anuka Kumar

Lead CSR, Oppo Mobiles India Pvt Ltd, India

Mr. Sandeep Skothawada

Associate Director, KPMG

Ms. Richa Dutta

Associate General Manager, Corporate Partnerships CRY

Mr Piyush Sharma

Sr Project Manager, Nokia

Ms. Ashima Saini

Head - Resource Development, HelpAge India

Mr. Santosh Kumar

Senior Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

Organiser

Skill Partner

Gold Partner

Silver Partner

Associate Partners

NGO Partners

Outreach Partner

Edtech Partner

Start Up Partner

Key Sessions

TET – An Initiative to build competitive spirit in students
  • Nurturing Talents
  • Improving the Skills of Problem Solving & Logical Thinking
  • Reaching to the Unreached
  • Creating motivational environment among students
  • Connecting to every households
How CSR activities in various areas are impacting the society and need to increase the funding and efforts on those areas
  • CSR activities on Environmental CSR
  • CSR activities on Philanthropic CSR
  • CSR activities on Economic CSR
  • CSR activities on Ethical CSR

Key Sessions

Ideas for CSR Activities
  • Digital India requires strong focus on cybersecurity
  • Health Education
  • Ethical business model
  • Sustainable Practices
  • Recycle activities
  • Community Services
Need of CSR Activity in:
  • Upskilling and reskilling the workforce
  • Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy
  • Climate Positive corporate Policies and Practices
  • Philanthropic Drives and Charitable Events at Work
Leaders’Panel : Implementing Agencies in India

SPEAKERS WHO GRACED US IN PAST

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Mr. Nath Parameshwaran

Senior Director and Board Member, PayPal, India

Mr. Munish Sharda

Group Executive & Head – Bharat Banking, Axis Bank, India

Dr. Rishikesh Patankar

Vice President, National Skill Development Corporation, Delhi, India

Mr. Vivek Vashishth

Vice President-Public Affairs & Strategic Engagements OPPO Mobiles India Private Limited

Ms. Kanika pal

South Asia Sustainability Director, Unilever

Ms. Anupam Nidhi

Head CSR, Hindustan Zinc, India

Mr. Jignesh Thakkar

Director-CSR & Sustainability, KPMG, India

Mr. Abhishek Kumar

Lead CSR, Dev Leader, Advisor, Founder, Investor and Mentor, LG Electronics, India

Ms Anuka Kumar

Lead CSR, Oppo Mobiles India Pvt Ltd, India

Mr. Samir Sharma

Head- Group CSR, L&T Finance, India

Mr. Atul Singh

Vice President-CSR, Emami Ltd, India

Mr. Anupam Bajpai

General Manager & Head CSR, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd, India

Ms. Jignyasa Kurlapkar

Head CSR, Rallies India Ltd, India

Mr. Bhuwan Bhaskar

Vice President - Head of Corporate Comm. & PR, NCDEX, India

Mr. Dharmesh Gohel

Vice President Group CSR, JM Financial Ltd, India

Ms. Joyeeta Das

Program Manager, Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs Group, IBM, India

Mr. Rakesh Menon

National Head, Tally Education

Ms. Priya Naik

Founder & CEO, Samhita Social Ventures,
India

Benefits of Winning Award

  • Winning awards doesn’t only work towards improving morale or driving loyalty. It also works towards positioning an organisation / person differently as a result of their work. The recipient be viewed differently in the industry and, as a result, be positioned to receive more offers.
  • Winning an award allows you to distinguish from competitors and ensure that as many potential viewers as possible are aware of your innovative or excellent work.
  • Brand recognition and free PR – Being shortlisted as an award contender gives your organization free publicity from the awards organizer as well as the other nominees and possibly even the selection committee. And if you win, the publicity is even more far-reaching and impactful.
  • Instant credibility – Winning an award opens numerous doors and gives you instant credibility with potential customers.
  • Increased morale – It almost goes without saying that winning an award provides intrinsic motivation and improved morale for those on the team. The nomination alone, which recognizes hard work and a job well done, is a celebration of the hours the team put into the project and can significantly—and positively—impact employee satisfaction and talent retention.

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1 day

5 Sessions

20 Speakers

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10th Eduleaders Summit and Awards

Technological progress and adoption of artificial intelligence have a growing trend. Students use of the internet to find the contents of their studies has a growing trend too.

Teachers are now working hard to ensure their students not only learn about the key concepts of the course, but also learn to use the necessary technology. Teachers ensure students use the most appropriate tools, while giving constructive feedback, so they feel accompanied at all times. Optimal learning happens when students have a safe, constructive, online platform. Students are not only visiting a virtual campus. They also need a personal space for community, or collaboration areas to really thrive.

A teacher is the centre of any teaching learning process. In this digital era, a teacher has got a number of responsibilities in addition to his/her prior role to keep pace with the changing technologies and changing teaching learning environments. A teacher is accountable to the society which trust him/her for shaping its coming generations for better civilizations and to the nation which trust him/her for making its future more bright and progressive. To deal with this accountability, a teacher need to use Digital Technology effectively with its traditional teaching techniques to facilitate critical and innovative thinking in his/her classrooms and it is only then one can dream of a knowledge society and a better digitalized education World around us.

We call upon the stakeholders who are actively involved in education initiatives to come forth and join our hands to wind back the clock of changing requirements of eco system.

The event expects 2000+ Attendees, if not more. There will be an exclusive session for the participants keen to join into the adjoining hall of fame. You will find yourself among the decision makers from across the length and breadth of the international community.

Why To Participate / Nominate for Award

For many professionals/educational institutions/organisations, the reason their work doesn’t speak for itself is because of their tendency to keep their heads down and quietly perform their roles. They do great work but, because they fly under the radar, they remain a well-kept secret.

Your work can speak for itself, if you have enough overall visibility. When you’re well connected to others throughout the society, you don’t have to promote your value or introduce about your work every time. Others can see it first-hand

WHO ATTEND ?

  • Representatives/Key Officials from schools
  • Representatives/Key Officials from Edtech companies
  • Start ups
  • International Experts
  • Government Officials
  • Education Consultants
  • Entrepreneurs, Edupreneurs, Private Equity Investors
  • Venture Capitalists

WHY ATTEND ?

  • Share the achievements, challenges and lessons learned
  • Discuss the current and future needs and issues and explore best practices in the education & skill development sector
  • Connect decision-makers, policy makers, industry experts, business leaders, to foster
  • exchange of ideas and information impacting the education & skill development sector
  • Showcase information technology applications
  • Provide more vistas of opportunity for partnership building, development reorganization and capacity enhancement for the rural stakeholders
  • Bring forth views and latest news from regulators, policy makers, service providers, content providers and Infrastructure providers
  • Look at the current situation and outline desirable future developments in the field of ICT enabled education
  • Provide integrated approach of ICT supported education
  • Bring together the entire community of education & skill development professionals and practitioners to celebrate success stories, discuss strategies and explore opportunities awaiting the education & skill development sector in India & globally.
  • Deliberate on the issues facing the movement, the journey till now, and devise new plans for the future
  • Attend enlightening sessions where you can interact with people who are playing influential role in various areas of Education segment.
  • Earn a great insight into the broader governance & IT priorities of the government leaders.
  • Build relationships through a broad system of interactions.
  • Get all your queries answered by experts.

AWARD NOMINATION PROCESS

Teachers from educational institutions / training institutions (K – 12).  Each nomination must be submitted on a separate form. Incomplete forms may be considered ineligible for assessment. Only teachers are allowed to nominate. School can nominate their teachers or individual teachers can nominate for their unique initiatives (innovation or excellent work)

Award criteria

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY:

Video presentation along with supporting documents (Supporting documents include media highlights / individual profile)

Process of Award Nomination & Selection
  • Step 1: Understand the eligibility criteria for each award category.
  • Step 2: Apply to each award category by filling the online application form.
  • Step 3: Submit your online application on or before midnight of Tuesday, 30th January 2024 and supporting documents  will be submitted on or before midnight of Saturday, 27th January 2024 through mail on editor@tuinfomedia.com OR jyoti@tuinfomedia.com
  • Step 4. Applications will be screened by editorial team
  • Step 5. Final sheet of eligible entries will be prepared by editorial team and submit to evaluation team
  • Step 6. Evaluation team will evaluate the score as per selection process and submit to selection committee.
  • Step 7. Selection committee then aggregate the scores as per selection method given below to arrive at the winners for each award.
  • Step 8. Award winners will be announced during Recognition, Felicitation and Award Ceremony on Saturday, 3rd February 2024.

Award winners will be given opportunity to speak about their unique initiatives (innovations or excellent work) during summit

Selection of Award Winners

Selection Parameters:

Teacher Competency, Academic Excellence, pedagogical skills, Individual Reputation

Selection Process:

After each parameter was processed, we produce a standardized score for each parameter at each educational institute. This score evaluated distance from the average using sub-parameters and allows each educational institute’s score to be compared against others in a statistically sound manner. With clean and comparable data, we then assigned weights for each parameter. The goal of the weighting process for sub parameters was to ensure that no one parameter could have a dramatic positive or negative impact on a particular educational institute’s final score and that each educational institute’s final score was a fair representation of the educational institute’s performance.  Weights were carefully determined by analyzing.  After assigning weights, an overall score was calculated for each educational institute by applying the assigned weights to each educational institute’s individual parameter scores. Similar process will be used for all award categories.

Field experts will join the evaluation team. The team have access to the entries after the closing date and they submit their scores to the selection committee independently. The committee then aggregate the scores as per above selection method to arrive at the winners for each award. The selection committee decision is final and the award does not enter into any correspondence regarding any aspect of the selection process.

OUR SPEAKERS 2024

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

Managing Director, CSC SPV of Ministry of Electronics & IT, Govt of India.

Key Sessions

Innovation in School Education Saturday, 3rd February 2024.

Time

Session

09:30 am – 10:00 am

10:00 am – 11:45 am

Registration to workshop

Brainstorming Session on National Education Policy

  • Strengthening Early Childhood Care and Education- Aims to ensure quality early childhood care and education for all children
  • Foundational literacy and numeracy – There will be special attention paid to early language and mathematics in Grades 1-5
  • New curricular and pedagogical structure for school education – Appropriate curriculum and pedagogical structure for school education based on principles of brain development and learning
  • Best Practices in School Education

11:45 am – 12:00 pm

12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

Tea Break

Impact of Technology in Education : Round Table Discussion

  • Best Practices
  • Effective utilization of existing resources using Quick Campus
  • Increased Efficiency of Teachers
  • Increase engagement of students

01:45 pm – 02:30 pm

02:30 pm – 03:00 pm

02:30 pm – 03:00 pm

03:00 pm – 04:30 pm

04:30 pm – 04:40 pm

Lunch Break

Tea Break

Felicitation Ceremony

Workshop – Training of Partners

Vote of Thanks

EMINENT SPEAKERS WHO GRACED US IN PAST

Mr. Rishikesh Patnakar

Vice President at National Skill Development Corporation Delhi,India

Mr. Raghav Podhar

Chairman, Podar Education Group

Mr.A P SHARMA

Principal-Director (Acad.) Kundan Vidya Mandir

Aditi Misra

Director at DPS intl,Gurgaon,DPS Jaipur&Dharav High School

Swarnima Luthra

School Principal at ASN Senior Secondary School - India, SDG Educator

Preeti Kwatra

Chairperson- Petals Group of Schools, Parent Coach , Vice President at ECA and Member of NAEYC Washington

Krishna Choudhary

Principal at East Point School, Nagpur

Divya Llal

Brand Builder - Disruptor - Entrepreneur

Rashmi Tyagi

Educational Researcher, Science communicator ,Teacher Trainer ,Life coach,Principal Director CBSE Schoo

Aruna Bhardwaj

Director

Swapna Nair

Principal, Bal Bharati Public School Brij Vihar Ghaziabad

Hema Kalakoti

Principal at APS Academy

Poonam Kumar Mendiratta

Principal at The Manthan School

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Premkumar T T

CHAIRMAN OF CBSE GULF SAHODAYA 2019-2020

Rajkumar Sharma

Principal, Delhi public school jind

Aditi Roy

Principal, Mount Columbus School, Delhi

Rita Taneja

Principal, S.V. Public School, Jaipur

A G (A G Prakash) Prakash

Principal, Nandha Central City school, Tamilnadu

Rajni Jauhari

Principal, Bharat Ram Global School

Geeta Gangwani

Principal Bal Bharati Public School, Rohini

Lakshmi Prabha

Principal, Prasan vidya mandir senior secondary school

Shailaja Reddy

Principal, Pallavi Model School, Bowenpally, Hyderabad

Chitrakala Ramachandran

Principal, Chennai Public School

Benefits of Winning Award

  • Winning awards doesn’t only work towards improving morale or driving loyalty. It also works towards positioning an organisation / person differently as a result of their work. The recipient be viewed differently in the industry and, as a result, be positioned to receive more offers.
  • Winning an award allows you to distinguish from competitors and ensure that as many potential viewers as possible are aware of your innovative or excellent work.
  • Brand recognition and free PR – Being shortlisted as an award contender gives your organization free publicity from the awards organizer as well as the other nominees and possibly even the selection committee. And if you win, the publicity is even more far-reaching and impactful.
  • Instant credibility – Winning an award opens numerous doors and gives you instant credibility with potential customers.
  • Increased morale – It almost goes without saying that winning an award provides intrinsic motivation and improved morale for those on the team. The nomination alone, which recognizes hard work and a job well done, is a celebration of the hours the team put into the project and can significantly—and positively—impact employee satisfaction and talent retention.

Our Partners

Event Gallery

Our Videos

Event Venue

HOLIDAY INN AGRA MG ROAD
16/2/8, Commercial Complex, Sanjay Place,
MG Road, Agra, Uttar Pradesh – 282002, India

Phone No: 735 157 1192