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Fireside Chat Sandeep Dutt and Dilip Chenoy

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My Good School Where Passion Meets Education: An insightful discussion with the author, Sandeep Dutt and Dilip Chenoy, Secretary-General, FICCI on the book's nuances that will encourage you to observe, question, evaluate, and choose a school that will truly prepare your child for a life beyond the c
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My Good School Where Passion Meets Education: An insightful discussion with the author, Sandeep Dutt and Dilip Chenoy, Secretary-General, FICCI on the book's nuances that will encourage you to observe, question, evaluate, and choose a school that will truly prepare your child for a life beyond the campus. Established 90 years ago, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) is the largest and oldest apex business organization in India. A non-government, not-for-profit organization, FICCI is the voice of India’s business and industry. From influencing policy to encouraging debate, engaging with policymakers and civil society, FICCI articulates industry views and concerns. FICCI Alliance for Re-Imagining School Education (ARISE) is a collegium of stakeholders representing different facets of School Education. Members include several high quality and reputed independent schools from across the country, eminent educators, foundations, civil society representatives, think tanks and technical experts. The fundamental vision of FICCI ARISE is to become a catalyst in government and private efforts to raise the quality of learning outcomes across schools and ensure that no child is left behind.

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Fireside Chat
25:47-32:32
now learning, if you look back, historically has moved from chalk and slate, toe, paper and pencil, toe, keyboard and screen. So I'm not sure whether these tools make learning hybrid or in bread or bread. But what really these tools help, They help you connect and the only a wire media between your quest for learning and the methodology which is around for you to adapt. I fully appreciate the last one year. Why? Because teachers perhaps got more timeto think because they were freed from the normal school timetable. They had the option to do things beyond the time people on. That's exactly where they realized the value of experiential learning. That's the way I look at the current times. And if you look back in history when you go back, you talk off the Gutenberg where the press was invented. Mark my words in the next 50 years, to 20 will be remembered as to bringing education and health to the court in the world. So if you look at the last one year, the companies and the entrepreneurs who have done well, we have so many with us have been the ones who have actually been working with health and who are now improvising toe build education, learning models. So if you're going to look at all the startup ecosystem today, it's largely focused on health and education. And that's the time we are in over to the left. I think that's very interesting. But, you know, uh, in another context discussion that I was having in the classroom education WAAS described as over the top. So mostly you were addressing, you know you were rushing to complete. Let's say the cost because you define curriculum differently. The force and you do not understand they're different people. And in your book you talked about the teacher and needing to understand the learning ability or different uh, you know, people in the class and also talked about how to address some other issues there. But if it is, if it is being said that over the top, don't you think that in this digital world where you are doing online classrooms actually afford a learner and a parent to revisit the class you see earlier? This is not possible. If you missed the class, you have to develop here to actually use Summerlin stores, right? Or if you. You know, if you didn't understand, you could go back and really ask the teacher. Although some schools that developed you know, what's that group or some email things to ask questions. But do you think that some of what has actually happened in 2 20 years you, you, you you will put this 2020 years? It could be mainstream and really, you know, lead toa advances in the in the whole education system. Yeah, what you're saying is very arrived the lip. And, you know, I sometimes get carried away on saying that we have arrived s so that's that. That's not fair, though. And for the sake of taking learning forward, I think there are no better time than this. And yes, I agree with you that lot off best practices and lot off tools which are now we're being forced to use will perhaps become part of her life. Screen and keyboard will be here with us for the next. I would safely say 20 years. Yes, you will say their voices coming in. I agreed well in extent, but voice will still take longer time than we can think at this stage. And these tools will definitely help. I agree with you that we can actually recap a lesson on a podcast. We can recap a lesson on the video. We can actually use a lot of the education digital Softwares today. I'm quite sure that as we go ahead in the next 23 years under the current vision off her digital India, I think leaving the financial sector where we focus in the last 20 years, the next 10 years we will have toe by force, work in the education space because we have kind of saturated the innovations in the financial space and other telecom spaces. So that's why we will look, we look at the innovation, what you're talking off and these will grow. If I had bean just 10 years behind, we were always focusing on financial sector reforms and education. Sector reform never came up, so the financial sector reforms came up. The stock exchanges got automated. The whole lot off automation happened in the rial industry off the country, which is the financial side as well as the medical side. Education is just about catching up, and world over education actually comes as a lagarde. But perhaps This is the time for the world to realize that if you don't have a good education, you not have anything else. And I often get tempted to say so. That's where I agree with you. Totally that these tools and how we do over the top will actually help us innovate and build things ahead. Thank you for that. Just before I get into the next question that you would like to just request. If, uh, those who are viewing this and we're participating in this, uh, webinar please post your questions in the chat box in the Q and A Think that and then we'll put them in tow. Sandeep, as we go along, eso, you know, coming back toe the way that you have actually described it in your book, right? Uh, you have talked about, uh, the, you know, in your previous answer also, you talked about innovation, right? So you mentioned there that, you know, sort of. I was reminded off Tony Blair and I'll take that comparison here. So the best innovation is done in research and development, R and D departments in innovation, it happens every corner of the street relieve their only said that I don't want toe, you know, engaged with India because if I give them a corner, that they'll set up shop right? That was his his court, which was because there's such great entrepreneurs. But you talked about, uh, innovation happening in every corner of the street. So how do you education and trainers? How do you think that we can actually provide an environment that creates a free mind to design on, Bring about, you know, innovation, whole innovation society? Because if one thing we have to look at it that if 4000 decade of 2000 and 10 was the decade of consumption, it looks like 2021.
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