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Amid Election Fervor Students gather for Educational reforms

REPORT 6th, APRIL 2014
When the entire nation is gearing up for the upcoming Loksabha elections, a select group of highly motivated students gathered for education workshop at Mumbai Kurla city. The aim of the workshop was to enlighten the students on the national agenda of education in India, the policies in the education system, reforms required and how exactly students can prepare themselves for eradicating the vices which have penetrated the education sector. Various issues were discussed at length, privatization, commercialization, unified fee structure, RTE, and also the flag ships programs.
Chief Guest for the workshop Limseer Ali who is a research scholar at DU explained the history of Indian education system, the current policies and major shifts throughout the post-independence era; he stressed the need for indigenous localization of education system. Representatives of other student’s organization were also invited to express their opinions on“Required Educational Reforms in India and role of student organizations. Kavita, Joint secretary, SFI Mumbai ;Abhishek, youth representative, AAP Mumbai and Organizing secretary, ABVP Mumbai presented their views on the same ,Salman of SIO gave thought provoking address emphasizing the basic problems with  philosophy of Education. Limseer Ali concluded the topic saying these vibrant organizations should shake hands, make a common platform and work for the betterment of nation. STUDENTS MANIFESTO for elections was presented to the representatives of these student organizations by SIO.

The participants were highly motivated and vowed to work in the field of education sincerely as part of their social commitment. The entire workshop was co-ordinated by SIO Mumbai Divisional’s Student Center at Mumbai.

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