Palghat Management Association (PMA) partnered with Ahalia Group Academic Institutions in organizing a Panel Discussion on 20 March 2021 at 5 p.m. on Vision 2030 – Education Sector in Palakkad. CA B. Jayaraj, Chairman, Vision 2030, Palakkad Management Association welcomed the august gathering. The Presidential address was offered by Shri. Sivadas Chettoor, President, Palakkad Management Association. The event was inaugurated by Shri. T. P. Sreenivasan IFS, Former Ambassador & Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, Vienna, Former Vice Chairman, Kerala State Higher Education Council.
TOPICS & RESOURCE PEOPLE:
1) Effect of NEP on the Education Sector in Palakkad
Presenter : Dr. P. R. Sreemahadevan Pillai, Director, Ahalia Group Academic Institutions, India
Initiator : Dr. Sudhodanan, Academic Director SNPS, Elappully & Sri Vidhyalaya, Kollengode
2) Skill Education in Palakkad
Presenter : Dr. Vinod, Faculty, Dean- Faculty of Engineering,
University of Calicut, Professor, NSS College of Engineering , Palakkad
Initiator : Shri. P. Suresh Babu, Head of Department Instrumentation Engineering
Government Polytechnic College, Palakkad
3) Possibilities of a Centre of Excellence in Palakkad
Presenter: Shri. Vinod Krishnan, Educationist, Co founder of LORE (an NGO in education sector)
Initiator: Dr. Krishna Kumar Kishor, Assistant Director, Ahalia Group Academic Institutions, India
4) Infrastructure development requirements in the education sector in Palakkad
Presenter: Shri. Sumesh Menon, Former President, Palakkad Management Association
Initiator: Shri. Kiran Kumar R., General Secretary, Kanjikode Industries Forum
The Presenters introduced the topic and the Initiators initiated the discussion on the subject. The program was recorded and the essence will be made into a report and submitted to the authority for implementation. The discussion was moderated by Smt. Bindu Valoor, Manager – Academics Outreach, Ahalia Group Academic Institutions.
Shri. Brijesh Vappala, Secretary, Palakkad Management Association proposed the Vote of thanks. A total of 111 participants attended the online event which was hosted on Google Meet.