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About Conclave: Quality Council of India (QCI) is organising 12th Virtual Quality Conclave (VQC) on Improving Credibility of Learning Service Provider through Accreditation on 6th August 2021. National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 emphasizes on continuous lifelong training, education and skill development enabling each professional to remain relevant in employability market. Training refers to an act of inculcating specific skills in a person. Education/ Training is the process of enhancing the skills, capabilities and knowledge of graduates for doing a particular job. Education/ Training process moulds the thinking of employees and leads to quality performance of graduate trainees. It is continuous and never ending in nature.

Accreditation is a process of establishing the competence of Education/ Training Provider delivering the requisite elements of Education/ Training Provider and its ability to carry out an evaluation of competence acquired by the Learners.

Key Objectives of the Conclave: 

  1. Improving quality of Learning Service Provider (LSP) through Accreditation

  2. Highlighting difference between Accredited and Non- Accredited Training Institute

  3. Enumerating improvement in credibility of an Institute through Accreditation

  4. Benefits of Accreditation are as follows:

  1. Mark of Distinction between Accredited and Non – Accredited Courses

  2. Course Delivery Mechanism of Accredited Course Provider Verified

  3. Course Provider deployment of Competent Faculty for delivery of Courses

  4. Security and Confidentiality of Data being shared with Course Provider

  5. Employer Stakeholder professionals Prefers Accredited Course Provider Over Non-Accredited Course Provider

Who Should Attend / Target Audience? 

  • Representatives from Education Sectors i.e. Elementary and Secondary Education, Alternative/Special Education Services, Education Management Organizations, Charter Schools, Virtual Schools, and Proprietary Schools.

  • Training Service Providers including ed-tech platforms and educational institutions. 

  • Representatives of Federations, Associations, Govt, Non-Govt. organisations, Funding agencies, Bodies involved in checking the quality of learning service provider (LSP)

  • Education Consultants or Specialists

  • Representative from research and technology sector

Eminent Speaker:

  • Eminent speakers from top Education Industry i.e.

Moderator: Mr. Anurag Rastogi, Joint Director

Sh. P.R. Mehta, Chairman NABET Technical Committee & Board Member

Maj. Gen. N.K. Dhir, NABET Trainer & Assessor 

Dr. V. K. Singh, Managing Director, Innnovatio Curis

Dr. Ashok Srivastava, Director, Centre for Research & Excellence, O.P. Jindal University 

Prof. P. S. Grover, Director General, GTB Institute of Technology

The Conclave would witness following session:

  • Synergy between Skill & Learning Service Provider (LSP)

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