ACHARAYA MAHAPRAGYA MEMORIAL LECTURE RECOMMENDS AMALGAMATION KNOWLEDGE WITH SKILLS AT PHD CHAMBER ON SUNDAY

ACHARAYA MAHAPRAGYA MEMORIAL LECTURE RECOMMENDS AMALGAMATION KNOWLEDGE WITH SKILLS AT PHD CHAMBER ON SUNDAY

ACHARAYA MAHAPRAGYA MEMORIAL LECTURE RECOMMENDS AMALGAMATION KNOWLEDGE WITH SKILLS AT PHD CHAMBER ON SUNDAY

 No.PR-137

January 14, 2018

New Delhi

 

ACHARAYA MAHAPRAGYA MEMORIAL LECTURE RECOMMENDS AMALGAMATION KNOWLEDGE WITH SKILLS AT PHD CHAMBER ON SUNDAY

Acharaya Mahapragya Memorial Lecture on Education and Skill Development – The Catalyst for New India held under aegis of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today has recommended to the government to amalgamate knowledge with attainment of skills to make sure that the purpose of education is served with optimum intend.

It has also suggested that until emotional development is also made part of academic exercises, the erosion of values and ethics in societies even after attainment of education would go on and the aspirational economic growth will remain a dream unaccomplished.

The lecture also concluded that knowledge and skills could be attained in open space and the educational institutions should not imprison themselves with walls of high scales as this phenomenon which prevails and continue to prevail will keep India isolated from the rest of the world.

Among the key functionaries who took part in the Acharaya Mahapragya Memorial Lecture who expressed the aforesaid view comprised Muni Shree Jayant Kumar Ji; Former Vice Chancellor, Delhi University, Prof. Dinesh Singh; Editor in Chief, Amar Ujala.Com, Mr. Sanjay Abhigyan; Director General, Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry, Dr. R K Malhotra; Chairmen, Education Committee and Skill Development Committee of PHD Chamber, Mr. Nishant V Berlia and Mr. Vishal Jindal along with its Director, Dr. Jatinder Singh.

Muni Shree Jayant Kumar in his address laid emphasis on following a Dharma which integrate with all sects of societies for better coordination of social cementing so that this forces that aim at disintegration do not succeed in their hidden and latent objectives whereas Prof. Singh stressed that knowledge and skills ought to be operational with simultaneous process.  This process would make our education system serve its intended objectives in which skills would play a substantial role.

Other speakers endorsed the views expressed by Muni Shree Jayant and Prof. Singh in collective nod and appreciation.

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal

Consultant (PR)