Guest Lectures


Event Topic Seventh Higher Education Summit
Category Others
Date & Day 24th April, 2021

Institute of Management Studies

(University Courses Campus)

REPORT OF “Seventh Higher Education Summit”

Event Name: “Seventh Higher Education Sumit “ 

Date & Day: 17th-19th  April 2021

Guests: Dr. Sapna Rakesh

Designation / Organization: Director, 

IMS Ghzaiabad, University Courses Campus and CEGR, New Delhi

Topic: Implementation of New Education Policy 2020

Schedule Timing: 11:00AM onwards

Number of Participants:250+

Venue: Zoom Platform


Summary of the Event:

Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR) presented a webinar “Seventh Higher Education Summit” on the topic “Implementation of New Education Policy 2020” on 17th of April, 2021. Director Dr Sapna Rakesh (Director IMS Ghaziabad University Courses Campus) was invited as a speaker of the event along with moderator Mr. Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra(National President,CEGR and Chancellor Shobhit University), Prof. R Hariharan(Senior Vice President,CEGR and Advisor(Approval) AICTE), Mr. B.S Yadav, Dr. P Krishnadas, Dr.Anup K Singh, Dr. Sandeep Pachpande and Mr. Ravish Roshan.       
 The Event started at around 11:00 am by the moderator Mr. Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra(National President,CEGR and Chancellor Shobhit University) and briefed the topic ,”Impact of New Education Policy 2020” and handed over the stage to Dr. Sapna Rakesh.         
 She congratulated all the members of CEGR as they should not stop with their work because small step taken might culminate into huge communication and network of people who mean education. And creating a meaningful, purposeful set of informal organisation is something commendable where selfless people come and devote their time and of course all of the participants, leaders and panelist together constitute one of the greatest think tank of the country        .
 We are here to discuss the impact of NEP 2020 as Shekar sir correctly concluded in 5 minutes and brought out the key aspect of what NEP 2020 supposed to do for the academic Institution. All of us have been digging deeper into 2020 with respect to impact on several levels of education at Higher Level Education Institutions. As I have observed that what would this policy do to the education and how it is going shape it.       
 She further mentioned that NEP 2020 has outlined an ambition task of nearly doubling the GER in higher education from 26.3% to 50% by 2035 while improving quality of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) and positioning India as a global education hub. If we all of us together is able to achieve this goal, then no one can stop India to gain 5 trillion economy, but many millions economy will be generated and will be most sustainable economy in the world and this would be another impact by GER 50%.     
 She ended her timeline by saying,” Another impact of NEP 2020 is that NEP doesn’t look School education and Higher Education as separate segments.”


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