Chandigarh hosted the 10th Higher Education and Human Resource Conclave, which was attended by policymakers as well as leaders and stakeholders from the field of education. The one-day conclave focussed on the best practices in higher education and ways to bridge the gap between the Government, industry and academia.
The conference was powered by NoPaperForms, and organised by Elets Technomedia in collaboration with Chitkara University as university partner and QS I-Gauge as supporting partner.
The Conclave showcased the best higher education and HR practices from across the country to make students more employable.
The gathering also witnessed the launch of a special issue of digitalLEARNING, a magazine showcasing the challenges facing the education sector, its scope and visions pertaining to higher learning, and the manner in which the HR function and HR professionals have evolved over time.
Panel discussions were also be held on the present challenges being faced by higher education students and what is expected of them in the future, in terms of innovation and entrepreneurship.
During the conference, the best universities, business schools and engineering colleges of the country, ranked by digitalLEARNING were honoured and felicitated. HR leaders were also be felicitated for adopting or innovating new policies or practices that will make the youth more employable in the future.