Next Education was the technology partner and sponsor of the Haryana Progressive School’s Conference (HPSC) 2023

New Delhi, January 23, 2023: Next Education, India’s leading education solutions provider, sponsored the Haryana Progressive School’s Conference (HPSC) as the technology partner, which was organized in association with the Times of India (TOI). Haryana Progressive School’s Conference (HPSC), an association of CBSE and ICSE affiliated schools formed in 1989, has successfully implemented programmes to develop competitive spirit among the students at its member schools.

The conference’s main objective was to grow collectively on the basic principle of care and share and impart quality education. HPSC has expanded its membership to all over the state of Haryana.

At the conference, the keynote addresses were delivered by Anurag Tripathi, Secretary, CBSE and Vineet Joshi, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Education, Govt. of India. The event recorded the presence of more than 500 attendees.

The conference presented the opportunity to listen and interact with policymakers, educationalists, experts and counterparts, to gain key insights into the state government’s vision and get to know what is happening in the education sector across the state and the country. It acted as the platform for exposure to best practices in the education system and as an enabler to growing networks and making new collaborations.

Beas Dev Ralhan, Co-founder & CEO of Next Education India Pvt. Ltd., said, “Events like Haryana Progressive School’s Conference (HPSC) present us the opportunity to emphasise the importance of smart education in the country. The event served as the right platform to convey our aim of building an AI-based ecosystem of education catering to the demand for skill-based courses and programs.”

The conference was attended by principals/ leaders of schools, vice principals/academic heads, founders of schools, trustees of schools, policymakers/ state government officials, and experts from the education sector.

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