Mumbai | May 2, 2019: Kokuyo Camlin, India’s premier stationery brand, celebrated the 6th edition of ‘World Principals’ Day’ in association with The Hindu where principals across various reputed educational institutions participated and shared their insights on the theme of the event “Let’s make learning Fun”. The event was held at KidZania, R City Mall, Ghatkopar.
For the last six years, Kokuyo Camlin has been steering this unique informal meet where principals from various schools discuss on how to improve the academia by making it more interesting, interactive and creative for the students. The event also witnessed paper presentations and expert discussions where they discussed new and unique approaches to engage students and add the element of ‘Fun’ into their learning methodology. The theme was also in line to Kokuyo Camlin’s brand philosophy of ‘Let’s make learning Fun’. An interactive session was held for them to absorb and share ideas among themselves along with fun-filled games which were actively appreciated by them.
The chief guest for the event, Dr Ramaswami N (IAS), Hon Commissioner, NMMC, shared his insights on the theme of the event, further to which the keynote speakers Revathi Srinivasan, Director of Education, Singhania Schools and Principal at Smt Sulochanadevi Singhania School, Francis Joseph, Head Development and Strategy at Maharashtra International Education Board and Co-Founder SLN Foundation, Gurdeep Kaur, Principal, Shri Harshad C Walia International School and Dr Seema Negi, Principal, Sanjeevani World School also shed light on the importance of revamping the current educational methodology and encouraging creative perception in children. The guests and delegates were awarded Camlin goodie bags and gifts to pay gratitude for their immense contribution towards education.
Speaking on the occasion, Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd, said, “Kokuyo Camlin started celebrating principal’s day in India since 2014 with an objective to pay tribute to the head of the schools who are responsible for ensuring the best education for their students. We are pleased to find that the school principal strongly reinforces the philosophy of making learning for children as the most effective way of learning”.