Mumbai, ,24th August 2023:– India’s No. 1 Skill-education partner to schools, BeyondSkool announced the first chapter of their Education Leaders of India (ELI) initiative in Mumbai today. This announcement comes a month after their launch in Pune. Education Leaders of India is a platform which is born as a tribute to our education leaders who are the shapers of our children’s future. The initiative is dedicated to acknowledging and enhancing the contributions of these education leaders, empowering them with vital tools to create a substantial influence within their schools. ELI is committed to assist the educational fraternity for not only their own professional development but also the enhancement of their schools.
The Mumbai chapter commenced with a pioneering conference for school principals, seamlessly blending the realms of academia and industry. A focal point of the event was a dynamic panel discussion on the topic – Will AI Take Over Schools: Debunking Myths and Redefining Education, which delved into the evolving role of artificial intelligence in shaping learning environments, featuring Ms. Nikita Kothari, Principal of IndoScott, Thane, as the moderator, alongside Mr. Avinash Kulkarni, Principal of RamSheth Thakur, Navi Mumbai; Ms. Seema Kshatriya, Principal of Kanakia International, Chembur; Ms. Zeenat Sayyed, Principal of Podar International School, Ambernath; Mr. Prashant Sharma, Principal of Jindal Vidya Mandir, and Ms. Vaidehi Vilas Kenia, CEO of Anchorwala Education Academy, Mumbai. The discourse, held at the prestigious Fortune Select Exotica in Vashi, garnered participation from more than 40 distinguished school leaders. This event marked an innovative stride in fostering insightful conversations around the intersection of technology and education.
Speaking on the launch of the second chapter, Payal Gaba, Founder and CEO – BeyondSkool said, “We are thrilled to unveil the second chapter of the ELI initiative as a testament to our unwavering commitment to shaping India’s educational landscape. We believe that large value can be driven, and real transformation can happen only when Academia and Industry works together and hence we are committed to get then under one roof through such engaging conferences. I would like to thank our panellists for throwing light on AI’s impact on education allowed us to engage in enriching discussions that challenge conventional norms and provide insights into the evolving landscape.”
After successfully launching in Pune and now Mumbai, the ELI initiative by BeyondSkool is now all set to spread educational excellence across India.
For those who missed the event, recordings and highlights will be available on the official BeyondSkool website www.beyondskool.com/eli to ensure that the insights and discussions continue to inspire educators and stakeholders across the nation.