• July 27, 2017
  • Pune, India
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ABOUT THE EVENT

A NEW MOVEMENT IN EDUCATION

EPG, in association with EduGild, explores a new movement in Education which combines academic education with practical learning, and traditional teaching with new technologies at the first ever Education Innovation Conference in India, in July 2017.

If the robots are coming to change the nature of the world of work, how can the education sector respond? How can the sector today help create a workforce that can do tomorrow’s job? To what extend can education technology help? Are public sector universities adequately equipped to be as agile as they now need to be? Where the opportunities for foreign collaboration?

Previous editions of EIC have facilitated innovative global partnerships between educators, technologists and business leaders to help drive global education forward. Past delegates have comprised of Eminent Educators, Policymakers, EdTech startups and Investors from across Europe, the US, Africa and India.

Education Innovation could mean something different for an educator, a technologist, a corporate and for students. In this constantly evolving sector, we must find ways to accommodate changes in institutional demands, demographics, technology, student needs, pedagogical trends, political pressures, employability and other challenges.

Some of the topics we will discuss are:

  • The global education technology landscape – and can it overcome educational inequality?
  • Employment, Employability and Higher Education in India – The Missing Links
  • Educating Generation Z – Let Them Colour Outside the Lines
  • How IoT in Education is Changing the Way We Learn
  • Investments and M&A trends in Education and Edtech

Read Pratik Dattani’s blog The Robots are Coming – India’s Education Challenge, which encapsulates the conversations at the conference.

Join the conversation at #eic2017pune @epg_london.

SPEAKERS

Prof. Daniel Khan OBE

Principal and Chief Executive, Nisai Skills Academy

Pranjal Kumar

Vice President, Bertelsmann Investments & Corporate Center India

Manish Upadhyay

Co-founder, LIQVID

Gopal Devanahalli

Senior Vice President, Manipal Global Education Services

Poonam Heryani

Head Of Academics, Aspam Indian International School

Prof. Mammo Muchie

Research Chair In Innovation Studies, Tshwane University Of Technology

Kishore Balaji

Director - Corporate Affairs, South Asia, Intel

Akhil Shahani

Managing Director, The Shahani Group

Dr. Ganesh Natarajan

Chairman, 5f World

Anand Sudarshan

Founder & Director, Sylvant Advisors Pvt. Ltd.

Francisco Marmolejo

Global Lead For Tertiary Education, World Bank

Rishi Kapal

Chief Executive, Edugild

Tickets

sponsors

  • Platinum

partners

  • India Partner

GET IN TOUCH

Call us: +91 (0) 80 3011 0317
For Speaker Opportunities, Ticket Sales and Sponsorships - Ask for Payal Trivedi or email: payal@economicpolicygroup.com

Tickets for Indian delegates: ₹4,165 plus taxes
Tickets for Foreign delegates: ₹15,000 plus taxes

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