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Temjen Imna advocates for special focus on Nagaland

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/10/2018 12:00:00 AM IST

 Minister for Higher Education & Technical Education (HE&TE), Temjen Imna Along attended the “12th World Education Summit” at Leela Palace Convention Kakardooma, New Delhi on August 9.

A press release from Nagaland House New Delhi, PRO (IPR) Kuolie Mere stated that, the minister addressed the summit advocating for special focus on small states like Nagaland, in the areas of digital learning and smart classes. He also highlighted the beauty of the educational approach in Nagaland, which integrates traditional and cultural values in the educational system.

Temjen Imna also took the opportunity to invite professional experts to visit Nagaland, to share, review, and guide the education mission in the state.

Other educationists who spoke in the first session of the occasion included Anil Saharasbudha, chairman, All Indian Council for Technical Education; Ashutosh Peduejar, commissioner & secretary, Higher Education, Government of Rajasthan; Augusto Montiel, ambassador of Venezuela to India; Anju Sharma, principal secretary, Higher Education, Government of Gujarat; and Ramanathan Ramanan, mission director, Atal Innovation Mission, Government of India. Dr. Ram Gupta, editor-in-chief, Digital Learning Magazine & CEO, Elets Technomedia Pvt. Ltd., delivered the welcome address.

 

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