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Academia ought to be receptive:Jamaate Islami Edu-Summit 2016

Malappuram: Academia and educational institutions ought to be receptive and adaptive to the changes happening around, said Jamaate Islami Assistant Amir Sayyid Saadathullah Hussaini. He was delivering inaugural address at the Edu-Summit 2016 organised by Education Department of Jamaate Islami in Calicut University campus. He reminded that change is requisite and it is to be adapted at the academic and management level of the educational institutions. He also stressed that moral disciplines and values are indispensible in school curriculum.

Dr. Koottil Mohammed Ali presided over the function. He opined that educational institutions are supposed to impart education which enables students to face challenges in the life.

Education Department secretary Shihab Pookkottur gave the welcome note.Vidya Council director Dr. K.K. Mohammed presented a paper titled ‘School Education: Present Scenario’. He called for an educational system which empower student to acquire resource required for life. Santhinikethan Indian School, Qatar Vice-principal P. Shihabuddin took part in the discussion followed. S. Qamaruddin presided over the session.

Dr. Ashita Ravindran, NCERT faculty, presented paper titled ‘Towards a better school curriculum’. She said that curriculum which incorporates student’s participation is to be implemented in schools. NM Hussain, Dr. Jameel Ahmed, Prof. Z.A. Ashraf and others talked.