” To equip ourselves with new-age skills and knowledge, we are required to manage our institutions by leading self, leading systems, leading teams and leading technology “
Khanpur : ” To equip ourselves with new age skills and knowledge, we are required to manage our institutions by leading self, leading system, leading teams and leading technology,” opined former Vice-Chancellor Professor M.M. Goel, known as Founder of Needonomics School of Thought and superannuated from Kurukshetra University. He was delivering an online inaugural address as the chief guest of one week online STC on Skill and Leadership Development began today at HRDC BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya.
His topic was ‘Innovative Solutions for Needo-education in Swarnim Bharat under NEP 2020’. Prof. Sudesh Chikara Vice Chancellor BPS Mahila Vishwavidyalaya presided over the function. Dr Shafali Nagpal Director HRDC delivered a welcome address and presented a citation on the achievements of Prof. M.M. Goel.
We have to treat NEP 2020 as an invention and work without worries about it as an innovation which means the application of invention by accepting the challenges of all kinds including converting careless into careful and useless into useful, believes Prof. Goel.
We have to use online mode for international marketing of the Indian values as software power with alertness, awareness and awaking of the challenges, said Prof. Goel.
To solve the dichotomy between quality education and affordability & accessibility in Indian institutions, we require the NAW (need, affordability and worth) approach of marketing the educational product along with communication skills necessary for employability and entrepreneurship, explained Needonomist Goel.
To build the narrative for Swarnim Bharat, we require street-smart teachers (simple, moral, action-oriented, responsive and transparent) with practical leadership qualities, told Goel.
The fraternity of teachers deserves to be known as children of Saraswati in the knowledge economy of India where ‘Saraswati’ is equally if not more than ‘Lakshmi is worshipped, said Prof. Goel.