CBSE Concluded the 27th National Conference of Sahodaya School Complexes with a Valedictory Session

New Delhi: The 27th National Conference of Sahodaya School Complexes had its Valedictory Session, at the end of two days of discussions and deliberations by eminent dignitaries and thought-provoking leaders. The valedictory session started with our National Anthem followed by a welcome address by Mr Manoj Ahuja, IAS, Chairman CBSE. Mr Ahuja welcomed the Chief Guest, His Excellency, Honourable Governor Mr Mangubhai Patel, for his gracious presence at the event. He proceeded to thank the various speakers who gave their valuable time and shared their views on different topics deliberated upon during the conference. He also thanked everyone involved in making this conference a success – teachers, students and organisers. He also mentioned that the event was witnessed by over 7000 attendees on the virtual platform and 20000 attendees on YouTube. He ended his speech by stressing the various best practices and understandings that CBSE is taking forward from this conference for the betterment of education in the country. At the end of his address, a beautiful dance performance was presented by the students of various member schools bringing the cultural programs of the event to new heights.

This was followed by the kind and gracious presence of His Excellency, Honourable Governor, Mr Mangubhai Patel. He started his eloquent speech by congratulating the entire Sahodaya family, for organising the conference. He then went on to stress on hybrid education involving classroom and experiential learning. He stressed the importance of education in building future role models for our societies and how the education system must evolve to be future-ready.

The final vote of thanks was presented by Dr Joseph Emmanuel. He thanked His Excellency, Shri Mangubhai Patel, Honourable Governor, Madhya Pradesh, Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Honourable Chief Minister Madhya Pradesh and Dr Subhas Sarkar, Honourable Minister of State for Education, Govt. of India. He also thanked Mrs Anita Karwal, IAS, Secretary, Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education, Govt. of India and Mr Manoj Ahuja, IAS, Chairman, CBASE and all the dignitaries, members, educators, teachers and students of Sahodaya Samiti Gwalior for organising the conference.


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