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BeyondSkool announces ELI Mumbai Chapter

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BeyondSkool, a skill-education platform on Aug 21, announced its first chapter of Education Leaders of India (ELI) initiative in Mumbai with a conference for school principals, on lines of academia and industry interaction. The event saw participation from 40 school leaders and marked an innovative stride in fostering insightful conversations around the intersection of technology and education.

A panel discussion on the topic – Will AI Take Over Schools: Debunking Myths and Redefining Education, delved into the evolving role of artificial intelligence in shaping learning environments. It featured. Nikita Kothari, Principal of IndoScott, Thane, as the moderator, alongside Avinash Kulkarni, Principal of RamSheth Thakur, Navi Mumbai; Seema Kshatriya, Principal of Kanakia International, Chembur; Zeenat Sayyed, Principal of Podar International School, Ambernath; Prashant Sharma, Principal of Jindal Vidya Mandir, and Vaidehi Vilas Kenia, CEO of Anchorwala Education Academy, Mumbai.

Speaking on the launch of the second chapter after Pune was started earlier, Payal Gaba, Founder and CEO – BeyondSkool said, “We are thrilled to unveil the second chapter of the ELI initiative as a testament to our unwavering commitment to shaping India’s educational landscape. We believe that large value can be driven, and real transformation can happen only when Academia and Industry works together and hence we are committed to get then under one roof through such engaging conferences.” She added, after successfully launching in Pune and now Mumbai, the ELI initiative by BeyondSkool is now all set to spread educational excellence across India.

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