Next Education organizes seminar on ‘TeachNext’
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Srinagar, Nov 5: Next Education India Pvt Ltd, India’s leading e-learning technology company, organized a seminar for school principals today.
Yog Raj, Assistant Vice President, Next Education India Pvt Ltd, addressed the principals and discussed about the benefits of adapting Digital Technology in schools.
DIG Cetral Kasmir, Syed Afadatul Mujtaba was the chief guest on the occasion.
In a highly interactive session, Veena Raizada, Director-Academics, Next Education India Pvt Ltd highlighted the “advantages of using technology to empower schools with technology to deliver effective teaching – learning in the digital classrooms of the future.”
The seminar provided an opportunity for experts from the industry and school decision-makers to share their experiences and challenges faced by them in imparting quality education to children, the company in a statement said.
Veena Raizada discussed educational technologies and created awareness about digital technology and shared the best practices across the school education fraternity.
The principals were given a run through of the Next Education product, ‘TeachNext’, an e-learning solution that offers advanced interactive tools and virtual activities to ensure that the teacher is able to explain and illustrate concepts using life-like animations & engrossing voice-overs.
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