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Education 2025

Preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Learning technologies, and changing pedagogical methods, are not only changing the way we teach but also the physical environments we teach in. Higher education in the fourth industrial revolution is a complex, dialectical and exciting opportunity which can potentially transform society for the better.

The fourth industrial revolution is said to be ushered in by advancements in robotics, virtual reality, cloud technology, big data, artificial intelligence, the internet of things and other technologies. It is characterised by the fusion of technologies and the blurring of the lines between the physical, digital and biological aspects of life.

These technologies are predicted to have a significant effect on our daily lives, including the way we learn, especially if we are to prepare the younger generation and re-educate the current generation for changing work, social and cultural environments. The recommendation for education echoes the conversation on 21st century skills with its focus on closing the digital divide, ICT competencies, the use of open educational resources, e-learning and mobile learning to increase access to and the quality and relevance of the education system.

In order to educate for the fourth and future industrial revolutions, there is a need to embrace the technologies associated with them. Education systems, programmes and curricula need to be flexible, allowing for students interests and needs.

ICT Academy in association with InfoComm India 2018 presents and exclusive education summit on the theme Education 2025 - Preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution on 19th September 2018 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The Summit will bring together Academic Leaders, industry experts and Government policy makers to address the challenges faced by academia in the era of Fourth Industrial Revolution and thus creating a correlated education ecosystem in India.

speakers

Meet our Expert Speakers

  • Dr. N Saravanakumar IAS

    Join Secretary - Ministry of HRD, Government of India

  • Dr. M.P. Poonia

    Vice Chairman
    AICTE

  • Dr Murali Mohan

    Dept of Science and Technology, Govt of India

  • M Sivakumar

    Chief Executive Officer,
    ICT Academy

  • Manish Kumar Jindal

    CEO, National Acc. Board for Education and Training (NABET)

  • Hrridaysh Deshpande

    Director - Ajeenkya DY Patil University

  • Jonathan Seller

    Senior - Director Of Development, AVIXA

  • Mr Ajoy Salve

    HR Consultant

  • B Anbuthambi

    Executive Vice President
    ICT Academy

Highlights

Exhibitor Zone

Insight on latest market trends

High Profile Networking

Industry Forums

Partners Presentations

Who Can Attend

venue

19 September 2018

Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai

address

NSE Nesco Complex, Off Western Express Highway, NESCO, Goregaon East, Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400063

Contact

ICT Academy

B - 308 & 309, Som Datt Chamber - 1,
Bhikaji Cama Place,
New Delhi - 110066

Phone : +91- 044 42906800

Email : contact@ictacademy.in