EPSI to Organize B School Leadership Conclave, Office Bearers Meet Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu

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New Delhi, (8/1/2019): Education Promotion Society for India (EPSI), is going to organize a two day event called B-Schools’ Leadership Conclave.

This event will be organized in partnership with the European Foundation of Management Development on 28th February and 1st March 2019.

Today, Dr. G. Vishwanathan, President, EPSI, along with P. Palanivel, Executive Secretary, EPSI, and Dr. H. Chaturvedi, Alternate President, EPSI and Director, BIMTECH, met the Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu, at his residence to invite him for the B-Schools’ Leadership Conclave and also to felicitate Dr. Vishwanathan on his 80th anniversary.

It is expected that the Vice President’s presence in the event will not only enhance the impact of the discussions but would also enable members to enlighten themselves with the views of the Vice-president on the subject.

The event is being organised to enhance the functioning of the B-Schools as well as to brainstorm over the issues of the Higher education segment.

The Vice President, Venkaiah Naidu, himself is a vocal supporter of education for all and envisions a society where education is easily available to all with utmost efficiency.

EPSI is taking up issues on behalf of the academic world with Government and industry for quality education delivery and employability. In the present circumstances, it is the need of hour to facilitate the Academia, Industry and the Government to sit across the table and take up the debate in right perspective to face challenges from within and abroad. EPSI bridges the requirements by duly focusing on education sector and positioning the country’s requirements and achievements in place.

EPSI is formed by a group of senior educationists, educational entrepreneurs, intellectuals, industry leaders and policy makers EPSI has assumed a catalytic role in promoting the growth and quality of education in India. The society coordinates between Government and institutional operators, between academia and industry between the student community and beneficiary employers and between national and international bodies committed to the advancement of education.

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