Conference on “Community Colleges as a Catalyst for Change in India”,May 23-24, 2017

M.S. Panwar Community & Technical College, Solan (H.P) is organizing a two-day International Conference on “Community Colleges as a Catalyst for Change in India” in Solan on May 23-24, 2017 as part of the 10 years celebration of the college. The main objective of this workshop is to provide platform to the upcoming Community Colleges to get to know how to start a Community College and to provide an opportunity to existing Community Colleges to network and interact with each other and with the experts from Community Colleges in India and USA.

The main goals of the Conference are to interact with the policy makers and others about what a community college is and what it can do, involve local industry in supporting the Community Colleges as a way to get trained workers and enhance their efficiency, partner with local universities or colleges and consider transfer functions, brainstorm on how the Community Colleges can assist in tackling the problems including poverty and inequality in educational opportunities

 

A panel of practicing experts from India and USA would be the keynote/guest speakers on this occasionEach Community College can send two representatives. The participants would have to bear their own travelling and lodging expenses. However, accommodation on payment basis can be arranged on prior intimation.

 

The Registration fee of the Conference is Rs 2,000/- per participant to be paid in the form of DD in favour of Director, M.S. Panwar Community College, Solan (H.P). All participants would get Certificate of participation. You are requested to send your paper for presentation in the conference by May 5, 2017.

Website – www.mspcommunitycollege.org

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