Srinagar: London Education Group in collaboration with Private Schools Association Kashmir organised education summit on “Changing horizons of global education and emerging trends in global careers” here on Wednesday.
The students and teachers from different private schools of the valley participated in the programme. Co-Founder and Director of London Education Group Rup Chahal gave a brief presentation on the topic.
Prof Tariq Chalkoo, head department of physics at Government Degree College, Baramulla, G N Var, president of private schools association Kashmir and Sheikh Adil Mustaq, DySP were panelists on the occasion.
The panelists were asked different question by the participants.
Prof Chalkoo on the occasion announced to start free coaching for competitive exams in three districts of the Kashmir valley including Srinagar, Anantnag and Baramulla. “The priority will be given to orphan students who otherwise can’t afford it,” he said.
G N Var said more than seven lakh students are studying in the different private schools of Jammu and Kashmir. “The students are always satisfied with the curriculum and co-curricular activities. We are trying our best to organise such programmes in all government and private schools of the state so that the students understand the proper value and aim of education,” he said.