– Hosted and partnered by the Department of Education, Government of Karnataka, this prestigious 3-day B2B annual event is also supported by National and International Ministries
– The Event will focus on the Future of Education in India and the World
Bengaluru, October 17th, 2023: DIDAC India 2023, the 13th edition of Asia’s largest and India’s only Exhibition and Conference for Education and Skilling Resources organized by the India Didactics Association (IDA), kicked off at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) today. This event is hosted and partnered by the Department of Education, Government of Karnataka. Hon’ble Minister for Primary & Secondary Education, Government of Karnataka Shri Madhu Bangarappa, along with distinguished Ministers and Bureaucrats representing various countries and Indian states graced the occasion. The participating countries encompassed Armenia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Brunei, Finland, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Nauru, Oman, Papa New Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Turkiye. Additionally, representatives from the Indian States of Arunachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Telangana were present at the Event.
DIDAC India – is the only annual exhibition and conference for education and skilling resources covering all levels of the Education and Training Sector. The 3-day event showcases state-of-the-art education and skilling solutions that help in creating premium educational institutions delivering the finest quality education, at par with any world-class institution.
This 13th edition of the Exhibition and Conference marks the dynamic convergence of education leaders, policymakers, and industry experts. Simultaneously, the event hosted The International Education and Skills Summit (TIESS) alongside Live Interactive IDA Connect Workshops.
Spanning three days, it brings together the brightest minds and thought leaders in transformative discussions and interactive workshops.
Speaking at the event, Shri Madhu Bangarappa, Hon’ble Minister for Primary & Secondary Education, Government of Karnataka said, “In a crucial gathering for the Education Sector, this Summit, DIDAC India 2023 stands as a fundamental milestone with the active participation of education ministers and bureaucrats from 15 countries and the Government of Karnataka is in talks with them on several educational initiatives. Facilitating a dynamic exchange of ideas, this Summit charts the course for the future of global education. However, the true measure of success lies in translating the insights gained into actionable initiatives within our schools and universities nationwide, and we plan to implement them in the coming days across the State.” He also added, “By fostering the exchange of teaching methodologies, this Summit is a key driver in ensuring global parity in education. At the same time, our government is working towards making education universally accessible. We wish to extend the mantle of equal education to students across government, private, and aided institutions, thereby shaping a future where education knows no bounds.”
Key Highlights of DIDAC India 2023
The event showcases 5,000+ solutions, 280+ exhibitors, from over 34+ countries, 40+ conference sessions, and 30+ workshops. A diverse range of global solutions including Education Technology, AI, Educational Supplies, IoT, Robotics, AV Equipment, Lab Equipment, Infrastructure, AR and VR, and Vocational Training, among others, are on display offering a platform to engage with thought leaders in the Education sector. Stakeholders will share and exchange the latest developments, current practices, and innovative ideas in the domain.
Shri Aditya Gupta, CEO, of the India Didactics Association said, “DIDAC India 2023 brings together visionaries, educators, policymakers, and industry leaders under one roof to explore and discuss the latest trends, breakthroughs, and advancements in education and skill developments. As the largest in Asia and the only one in India, this event is a testament to our commitment to advancing education and skilling on a global scale.” He further added, “There are several opportunities for India to further elevate its education system by drawing inspiration from global practices to become a global education superpower. This can be achieved by establishing strategic collaborations with international educational institutions, bringing global expertise and diversity to the country’s education system.”
The event features the participation of prominent brands such as Amazon, Microsoft, HP, Samsung, LG, BenQ, Jantaics, Pearson, People Link, Up Grad, Teachmint, Viewsonic, Philips, and several others. International pavilions from Germany, Australia, Finland, the UK, Japan, and Singapore, among others, added to the grandeur.
This year the event also sees a new partnership with Messe Stuttgart, one of the world’s leading trade fair organizers. Commenting on the new development, Roland Bleinroth, CEO, Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH said, “India’s impressive strides in Edtech underscore its resolute dedication to advancing education through digital innovation. Messe Stuttgart India is excited to announce its role in organizing DIDAC India from the year 2024, marking a new chapter in this journey. With our wealth of experience from global education events, we look forward to sharing valuable insights with India’s education community.”
DIDAC India is the only event of its kind for the education and skills sector and is a must-visit for everyone in the education sector. Entry to the exhibition is free.