When you think education, you think progress. In the last ten years, India has made tremendous progress in every sphere and a new India is rising in its rightful place. From managerial positions in the West to India's forthcoming presidency of the G-20 bloc, from a completely independent foreign policy to a confident middle class that is ready to assert its civilisational right. Much of this progress is powered by education, and we, at The New Indian Express, believe this is the moment to understand the present, to prepare for the future.
In between all these changes, we bring our conclave with its pertinent theme — New India: Rising for the World. As we leave behind our colonial education systems and embrace new policies and systems, we walk towards a better India; a brighter India; a rising India.
As we rise, ThinkEdu wants to nudge the minds of people with debates and discussions to dissect ideas and to provoke thoughts on what education means to India — to think education.
After ten years of organising this conclave, the TNIE group truly believes that furthering the cause of education is the path towards development in a post-pandemic world. Our previous speakers have included Bharat Ratna and late President Pranab Mukherjee, late President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu, former Vice-President M Hamid Ansari, union ministers, chief ministers, policymakers, educationists and edupreneurs, along with social scientists and spiritual leaders.
Think education. Think progress. ThinkEdu Conclave.