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Roles, Rights and Responsibilities in Education – A Global Summit for More than 300 Educators

The common notion is that the entire responsibility of educating our children lies on the teachers and the school authorities though education is a significant element which affects the development of the entire nation . Hence, the responsibility of imparting education also lies on the community at large. Parisar Asha , a not for profit organisation working in the field of education for the past 36 years have been incessantly working towards imparting quality education and spreading awareness among the underprivileged communities about its importance. On 15th January’2019, it held a global consortium on the topic ‘The R Factor in Education’ which focused on the ‘Roles, Rights and Responsibilities in Education’ pertaining to different stakeholders at Kohinoor Continental Hotel, Mumbai.  The summit aimed at brainstorming on the individual roles which stems from the needs of the society and in particular towards education followed by the rights one achieves and the responsibilities one needs to fulfil. The consortium aimed at bringing in forefront these nuances which make the wheel of education more effective and robust. The entire initiative was supported by Deenabandhu Trust, a Kolkata based not for profit organisation working towards bringing about innovations in the field of education through its ground breaking Science, Technology Engineering and Maths ( STEM ) Model. The programme was graced by Hon’ble Adv Shri Ahshishji Shelar, President of BJP, Mumbai. Stalwarts from academic fraternity like renowned educationist Mr. Francis Joseph, Ms. Maya Shahani, Ms. Basanti Roy and Ms. Rekha Shahani; Dr Sonali Geed- Chief Academic Officer of TIPS Group of International Chain Schools and Dr. Samir Dalwai, renowned developmental paediatrician spoke about the different aspects of roles, rights and responsibilities in education. More than 300 educators from different schools pan India attended this event to participate in this conference and table their perspectives in this unique platform. The event culminated with the  recognition of...
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Regenesys Institute of Management Culminated Their Community Development Programme

Regenesys Institute of Management is a premier business school located in Mumbai, the financial capital of India. It is a constituent of Regenesys Business School, ranked as one of the top business schools in South Africa. With an aim of giving back to society, Regenesys Institute of Management located in Vashi completed the first phase of Community Development Program by offering free skin treatment to 50 patients of Pancheshi Nagar, Belapur. 6 Navi Mumbai doctors will provide free treatment to these patients. The community development program was started on 17th September, 2018 to uplift the lives of the residents by improving their health, hygiene and sanitation conditions. Project is also aligned with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive for “ Swachh Bharat”.    The students of Regenesys Institute of Management took their first step towards the Community Development Project by locating a village nearby where people were facing sanitation and hygiene problems. The research found an area i.e “Panshechi Nagar” which is a slum, nearby Belapur station and it was identified that over 45% of the people were suffering from skin diseases. Ms. Poonam Patil, Corporator – Ward No 106 Pancheshi Nagar, CBD Belapur, said, “  I am very happy that Regenesys institute of management has done a wonderful job of providing free treatment to the people in my ward- Pancheshi Nagar, Belapur.” With an effort to improve the health and hygiene condition of the residents of Pancheshi Nagar, Belapur, the students of Regenesys Institute of Management carried out medical diagnosis camp, free blood test camp and health and hygiene awareness camps on various days. Dr. Richa Arora, Group CEO of Regenesys, said, “ The need of the hour is to change the education system. Bringing even a slight change in the education system through our pedagogy will not only help the students, but it will also have a strong...
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