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Bridging the gap between Education and Knowledge – EduTech India

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MUMBAI: This March gear up for second edition of EduTech India, India’s only Exhibition & Conference on Education, Education Technology and Infrastructure. Organised by Nesco Exhibitions, this B2B and B2G expo will be held from 25-27 March at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The action packed 3-day event will attract over 8000 Principals, Teachers, Board Members, Trustees, Corporates, Government Officials, Students and Parents to witness over 100 leading construction, infrastructure, and technology brands.

This Show is being organised with the Support of Ministry of Higher and Technical education , Government of Maharashtra and by associations like TeachershelpTeachers (THT), Indian Chamber of International Business (ICIB), Diplomathon, Association for Primary Education & Research (APER), Early Childhood Association (ECA), Maharashtra Class Owners Association (MCOA), Member of International School Association (MISA), Pen and Stationary Association, Samsung, Brain feed and Higher Education Plus along with others.

To ensure that EduTech India deliberates on key issues concerning the Industry, an advisory panel of leading Industrialists and senior members from the education, technology and infrastructure sector have been formed. It comprises of Dr. Anju Kapoor, Principal, Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Arts, Science & Commerce; Dr. Kavita Aggarwal, Chairperson, MISA; Mrs. Raju Bhatia, Fashion Consultant Academics & Brand Strategist; Dr. Swati Popat Vats, President, Podar Education Network; Mrs. Fatema Agarkar, Founder, ACE Sports Edu; Mr. Manpreet Singh, President, ICIB; Dr. Supriya G Karande, Senate Member, University of Mumbai; Dr. Varsha Shah, Principal, Rizvi College of Engineering.

EduTech India plans to be a key driving force to India’s education sector and will play a fundamental role in bringing the industry together. The exhibition and conference will induce business growth by presenting huge opportunities in the country at large. It serves as a single platform that aims to take the Indian Education & Institutions to the next level by creating this networking platform providing opportunities for this ever-growing important industry.

“EduTech India is a one-of-its-kind event, which has solutions from and for the Education Industry. With the Support of  Ministry of Higher and Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra, there are a lot of opportunities that this platform will present to the stakeholders.The Second Edition of EduTech India is full of Content Rich Programs, including Conference, Workshops, Training Programs and Awards for the Education Fraternity which are expected to be great attraction for attracting Educators and Higher Education Students. This being the first show post the Pandemic, there is palpable excitement within the Educators and the Educational Institutions to come together physically to interact and network.” – shares Mr. Vijay Adhikari, General Manager, Nesco Ltd.

The key theme of EduTech India is ‘effective implementation of innovative educational policies, plans, spaces, technology and programs that increase successful educational outcome’. It is a MUST VISIT show for all those who want to associate with the fastest growing economies of the world.

This March from 25-27, EduTech India will attract the crème de la crème of the education and technology sector. It will be the catalyst for the development of the industry and act as the networking platform for the industry to converge, network and expand their business. Along with this, the event will also provide brands the opportunity to reach out to customers, understand market trends, and generate business enquiries. For more information, visit www.edutech-india.in

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