70+ University Leaders and School Management from 28 Indian Universities unite for a historic expedition through Finland, marking India’s largest delegation to explore Finnish excellence.Among the distinguished delegates representing our side are Mr.Narendra Dynaneshwar Landge (PCET Management Representative), Mr.Ajinkya Vitthal Kalbhor (PCET Management Representative), Dr. Pandit Bhalchandra Vidyasagar(Eminent Educationists and Governing Body Member of PCU), Dr. Shitalkumar Rawandale (Dean Placement PCET-PCU) Dr. Nitin Chopade ( Dean Academics PCCOE) and Mrs. Ankita Harshwardhan Patil Thakare. Under the esteemed patronage of Sri Pratap Rao Pawar, Chairman of Sakal Media Group and Governing Body Member of PCU, we are at the forefront of ‘Shaping the Future of Education.
The remarkable event held in Finland witnessed Dr. Prabhakar Kore, an esteemed former Member of the Rajya Sabha and Chancellor of KLE University, and Mr. Raveesh Kumar, India’s Ambassador in Finland, personally presented certificates of participation to Sri Pratap Rao Pawar, Chairman of Sakal Media Group and Governing Body Member of PCU, Mr. Narendra Dynaneshwar Landge, Mr. Ajinkya Vitthal Kalbhor, Mrs. Ankita Harshwardhan Patil Thakare, Mr. Nihar Thakre esteemed PCET Management Representatives.Fostering collaboration, encouraging cross-cultural dialogue, and igniting innovation in global education, Sakal Educon FINLAND 2023 is a milestone event! Join us on this remarkable journey.
It’s fascinating to hear about such a significant delegation of university leaders and school management from Indian universities visiting Finland to explore educational excellence. Collaborative efforts like this can be instrumental in fostering international partnerships and sharing best practices in education.
Finland is renowned for its high-quality education system, which emphasizes student-centered learning, teacher professionalism, and a holistic approach to education. Indian educators and administrators can gain valuable insights and ideas from the Finnish model that may help improve education in India.
Overall, this historic expedition has the potential to strengthen educational ties between India and Finland, leading to improvements in the Indian education system and fostering international collaboration in academia. It will be interesting to see what ideas and practices the delegation brings back to India to further enhance the quality of education in the country.