Wed. May 31st, 2023
Spread the News online news,Hyderabad, April 16th,2023: The two-day Hyderabad Today Conclave (HTC) that concluded here on Sunday evoked overwhelming response from academicians and speakers from foreign countries and other participants.

The conclave saw participation of more than 800 people mainly principals, students and teaching staff during the two day event. The highlight of the conclave on Sunday was fireside chat on the topic ‘Gaps in 21st centuary education by HTC Co-founder Malka Yasasvi with Labour Minister Ch Malla Reddy.

Mr. Malla Reddy responded patiently to questions posed by Mr Yasasvi. The chat threw more light on the challenges to be faced in education sector in future.


Mr. Malla Reddy said the IT Minster KT Rama Rao was getting all those fortune 500 companies to India and creating more job opportunities. He advised to focus on work. “Nothing is impossible. Take risk and go ahead,” he said.

“Planning, dedication and continuous effort can shift negativity to positivity. Health and fitness is very important. Self control, good habits and planning to start will help to become a good entrepreneur and dont waste time on movies, food, resort, outings,” he suggested.

Mr. Yasasvi, later speaking to media persons, said the HTC discussed in detail the challenges in implementing the National Education Policy. The conclave would be used as a platform in future to discuss the about sports sustainability and key issues.

He thanked the academicians, principals and teaching staff, who came from different parts of the country, to attend the conclave. A hand book on National Education Policy (NEP) was also released on the occasion.


Earlier in the day, a talk delivered by Lok Satta party founder Dr. Jaya Prakash Narayana on the topic ‘Transforming Management Education’ kept the audience in rapt attention.

He said the Central and State government must utilize various initiatives taken up by the Delhi Public Schools and Pallavi International Schools to further enhance the education system.

This was followed by an expert talk by CBSE Director Dr. Biswajit Saha on ‘Globalization of Management and Technical Education.’ DPS and Pallavi Group of Schools and Colleges Chairman Malka Komaraiah explained the reason behind organizing the conclave.

The conclave was organized to provide a platform for policymakers, management, and national and international academia to share their insights and perspectives on the major challenges, opportunities, solutions, and aspects of NEP.