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Scindia School, Gwalior to organize panel discussion on Positive Impact of Technology on Growing Children
4/23/2019 11:16:40 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 23: The Scindia School, Gwalior is organising a panel discussion on Positive Impact of Technology on Growing Children, for parents and their children in the age group of 10 -14 years, on April 26, 2019, at Jammu Club Auditorium, Jammu.
Eminent panelists Dr Madhav D Saraswat, Principal, The Scindia School; Dr SudhirBloeria, IAS, erstwhile Chief Secretary of J&K and Founding Vice Chancellor of Central University of Jammu; Rajendra S Pawar,Chairman & Co-Founder, NUT Group will address the audience on the significant subject.
Dr Saraswat, Principal,The Scindia School, said, "As a leading public school of India, we have pioneered the use of computers in school education. It is our pleasure to share our experience at this seminar".
Pawar, Chairman & Co-Founder, NIIT Group and a Distinguished Alumnus of The Scindia School, said, "Computers are used carefully in the classroom, they can accelerate the overall development of children. Technology is playing a key role in our everyday lives. We are consumed by smartphones, tablets and computersand this is shaping how we communicate, shop, work and study.Technology is the most natural thing to today's children; hence the focus should be on using technology to help students learn new things and enhance their knowledge. Understanding and leveraging technology in education is fast becoming an important imperative for progressive academic institutions."
Towards this, the panel discussion on-'Positive Impact of Technology on Growing Children' will throw light on how technology can be naturally incorporated in classroom learning. It will also highlight the precautions that schools and parents should take to ensure the proper usage of computers.
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