, India (PressExposure) May 22, 2011 -- The National Education Summit India 2011, organized by the Dainik Bhaskar Group, is going to be held at New Delhi on 28th May this year. Along with the chief guest, Kapil Sibal, Union Minister, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, learned visionaries like Dr. Bibek Banerjee, honorable director of IMT Ghaziabad, are going to contribute to the in-depth discussion on bridging the gaps between desired and delivered quality of education at B-schools in India. Among the other noteworthy speakers will be Dr. Kuriakose Mamkoottam, Head and Dean, FMS Delhi, Dr. Devi Singh, Director, IIM Lucknow and few other respected figures from various reputed management institutes of India.
National Education Summit 2011 aims to focus around the quality gaps that several tier-2 and tier-3 schools are struggling to bridge. Standard and quality of education have been identified as the primary area of challenges that most of the B-schools face on an ongoing basis. At the platform of National Education Summit 2011, the key speakers will share their thoughts about all the aspects of education being delivered at these B-schools and the challenges thereof. In addition to the challenges faced by the B-schools, the discussion is also intended to address the issues with the higher education in India at large. Apparently, in the recent couple of decades professional institutes have mushroomed up enticing the youth with their own promises of high quality education they've been consistently failing to meet.
One of the eminent visionaries and key speakers at the summit, Dr. Bibek Banerjee, the director, IMT Ghaziabad is going to map his proven expertise in the field of education and industrial consulting with the main discussion of the summit. His experience in successfully designing and delivering several corporate learning programs for major organizations of India and abroad along with his profound vision for delivering the quality education to the Indian youth will be one of the pivot points of the National Education Summit 2011. Indeed, a contribution from the speakers of his repute will be an important driving factor to lead the summit to a success.
Commenting on the need for having all the prominent education-related authorities on the common platform, Shri Kapil Sibal, who will also be the guest of honor at the National Education Summit 2011, agrees, "Indian Education Sector has entered an accelerated growth phase especially with Business Schools. With need for more & more Business Schools the area of concern remains Bridging the Quality gap within this arena." Wishing a successful participation to all the delegates, sponsors, speakers and participants, he says, "I am sure National Education Summit 2011 will provide a good platform for various stake holders to meet, interact and formulate future growth strategy in this area. I wish all the sponsors, delegates, speakers, media a successful participation in this important conference."
It goes without saying that a concrete vision and profound experience in the field of education are the pre-requisites for a revolutionary change in the way education is being imparted. This is why visionaries like Dr. Bibek Banerjee, who have significantly contributed to the way education is being delivered at the premier business schools today, are on their mark to make a difference with their opinions and expert advices. The issues and challenges faced by the B-schools and professional educational institutes in India will be addressed by experts at the platform of National Education Summit, 2011.