Jagranjosh.com hosted a panel discussion as part of its education forum to felicitate a dialogue about the challenges and opportunities that India’s higher education sector is witnessing today. The panel discussion was led by the versatile entertainer Mr Sherkar Suman. Mr Suman was joined by an esteemed panel of India’s leading educationists who shared their views on the topic.
The panel consisted of academic leaders such as Mr Sanjay Chordiya – the Founder President and Chairman of Surydatta Group of Institutes, Dr Saroj Kumar Dutta- The Director General of Accurate Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. Dr Kuldeep K Raina – the Vice-Chancellor of DIT University, Dehradun. Mr Sanjeev Agarwal – the Chancellor of Sage University, Indore. Mona Gulati Puri- CEO, United Group of Institutions. Mr Pranav Singh – Director of Public Relations at Rama University, Kanpur, Prasad Khandekar –Associate Dean – Engineering and Director Industry Partnerships at MIT World Peace University, Pune, Mr Rajnish Wadhwa – the Chief Technical Officer, SGT University, Shashikant Singhi – Director General of the Poornima Group of Colleges.
The forum was graced by the honorable HRD minister who as the chief guest delivered the keynote address highlighting the key government initiatives towards higher education. He also acknowledged the Jagran Group’s efforts in contributing to the growth of digital education in the country.
Architecture is a subject which is directly associated with ground reality, and educational tour plays a very important role in the field of architecture education.
A tour to Pondicherry was organised for Students to study the French housing and churches. When we look the architectural Landmark’s of Pondicherry, we must keep in mind that temples churches, mosques and also office building are symbolically charged, because most of them had a dramatic history.
Learning in the field of architecture is not restricted to the classrooms, it’s beyond that, it’s actually experiencing the Architectural Marvels in reality. This was done when our institute organised a trip to the two very prominent cities of Royal Rajasthan, that are White city-Udaipur and Golden city-Jaisalmer.
Udaipur, also known as City of Lakes amazed us with it’s City Palace architecture and the beautiful pichola Lakes views.
Jaisalmer on the other hand made us experience thar desert and The 2nd largest living fort of Sonar was among the major attractions.
Both the places have there own history which is inspirational and motivational in many terms. There was the perfect blend of nature and monuments that could be seen in everywhere.
Lifestyle of the royalties living in these forts and palaces was worth knowing.
We all were privileged to explore the land of Maharaja’s. We bow down to the *God’s own place-Rajasthan*.
Architecture is a subject that is directly associated with ground reality, and an educational tour plays a very important role in the field of architecture education.
A tour to Pondichery was organized for students to study French housing and churches.
When we look at the architectural Landmark of Pondichery, we must keep in mind that temples churches, mosques, and also office building are symbolically charged, because most of them had a dramatic history.
The true education of scholars goes way beyond paper and ink. The Accurate Institute of Architecture & Planning organizes various educational trips to places of specific architectural interests to provide in-depth knowledge of the subject and understand the intricacies of the design of several architectural marvels of the country.
A trip to Goa was organized for the students to study the Catholic Church Architecture of Colonial Portuguese Era exploring Baroque, Neoclassical and Gothic Revival styles as well as indulging in the vernacular architecture of the city.