KMV Principal Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi throws light on “Teaching-Learning Objectives of Education in the Twenty First Century”

Jalandhar 12 February (Gurkirat Singh)- Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi, Principal Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous Heritage institution made a very enlightening presentation on “Teaching- Learning Objectives of Education in the Twenty First Century”- a topic of great relevance for students and teachers. She emphasized that the goals of education must be broadened to prepare students for the demands of the present millennium. The education being imparted today must be of relevance to students even thirty to forty years down the line, till the time they remain active in various professions. Education should empower the students to meet the demands of the industry not only in the present times but also for the next four decades, till the time the current students will remain active in the workforce and decisive job roles. Sharing a current report of Harvard University, USA, Prof. Dwivedi apprised the students about the four broad competencies on which education should focus and also expressed her concern on the dire need of filling the skill gaps which have become pretty conspicuous. The students in the jam-packed auditorium were very attentive partakers of this thought provoking presentation. Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi responded to the queries of the students and motivated them to share what they desired for their education. She emphasised that gaining autonomy has been the rightful step for KMV to move ahead and widen student’s horizons. It has enabled KMV to introduce progressive education for students and also align it with examination reforms. KMV will continue to ensure that students are well-equipped with the competencies that enhance their employability globally. Such interactive sessions are a regular feature at KMV. The principal often holds sessions with students to deliberate on various issues of global significance. Such Sessions always prove very fruitful and play a pivotal role in helping students forge ahead.
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