Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the plenary session of an Education Ministry webinar on Monday on the implementation of the announcements made in the 2022 Union budget, officials said.

The Department of Education is hosting an education and skills sector webinar on 21 February. The webinar will feature sessions on different relevant topics and will see the participation of government officials from various ministries and state governments, industry representatives, skills development organizations, educators, students and others. experts, said a senior official.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the plenary session. Seven parallel sessions in small groups will be held under the identified themes. Action points, general strategies and timelines for implementation in line with the principles of ease of education and focus on exploiting employment opportunities will be identified by the participating teams, the official added.

The topics of the webinar are “Digital University”, “Digital Teacher”, “Expanding the Reach of One Classroom Channel”, “India-Specific Knowledge in Urban Planning and Design”, “Towards Strengthening Links Between Industry and Skills”, “Developing Educational Institutions in the City of GIFT” and “Strengthening Links between Industry and Skills in AVGC”.

In order to facilitate efficient and timely implementation of budget announcements, the Government of India is organizing a series of webinars in various key sectors. The aim is to reflect with experts from the public and private sectors, academia and industry and identify strategies on how best to move forward towards the implementation of various issues in different sectors, said the manager.

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