New Delhi – Right to Education (RTE) should be expanded to all the levels of the education, Varsha Sharma, Head Advocacy, and partnership, Mobile crèches said at the India CSR Dialogue on the Draft National Education Policy (NEP), at the India International Centre organised by India CSR Network on (26 Jul).
The first session of India CSR Dialogue was broadly focused on the interventions by the corporates on quality education and the involvement of parents in sending children to the institutions for education.
Pankaj Agarwal, Founder and CEO, TagHive said “the introduction of draft NEP could not have come at a better time. The NEP envisages participation of students, teachers, parents and administration at school and government levels roles and TagHive’s technology solution integrated all the stakeholders in its solution to improve the overall learning, teaching and monitoring experience”.
The ‘India CSR Dialogue’ spoke about expectations and opportunities for the corporate sector and the civil society in the Draft NEP. It also talked about the role that the two stakeholders could play to take forward the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4, which envisages to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” by 2030.
India CSR will be collating the suggestions and feedback from the participants and will be sending it to the Ministry of Human resource Development (MHRD) before 31 Jul, the last date for sending the feedback.