About Meghe Group of Schools

MEGHE GROUP OF SCHOOLS with its 23 schools, aim to be an institution of excellence, which nurtures every child to become a 'Scholar' of the future. MGS has been formed with a vision to provide quality education for developing multi-dimensional outlook in students and make them better global citizens. The group's ardent wish to make education accessible to every child is being achieved which will in the long run help the entire nation to progress. With the aim of imparting holistic quality education, MGS leaves no stone unturned in its endeavour to build a strong academic and value-based foundation.


Leaders are creators of their environment and being one they are also the movers of it. As movers of and within the organization, they push it forward, at the same time shaping it to bring about a revolutionary change and themselves become empowered. Empowering leaders all levels creates a system of proactive leaders who are able to make critical decisions about their own learning and teaching. Help each other solve problems and enact change within and across their own sphere of influence. This educational conference provides an arena for the leaders to participate in discussions related to leadership styles, changing classroom teaching practices and many issues related to school governance. In plenary sessions key note speakers will highlight on subjects like classroom practices, parent school partnership, changing role of the leaders. The delegates will also be a part of interactive session on “Changing Teacher Practices”

Conference Schedule

Day Session Title Timing Details
Day 1
02nd Dec 2016
  9:00 to 10:00 Registeration and Breakfast
Opening Session 10:00 to 11:00 Opening Session
  11:00 to 11:15 Tea Break
Raising Institutions : A concept 11:15 to 01:15 Session by Dr. Rajesh Hassija
  01:15 to 02:00 Lunch Break
Google for Education 02:00 to 02:45 Session by Google/ILFS
Changing Role of the leader 02:45 to 04:45 Session by Mr. Harish Choudhary
Digital Transformation 04:45 to 05:15 Session by NIIT
Day 2
03rd Dec 2016
  9:30 to 10:00 Breakfast and networking
Education 2.0 10:00 to 11:00 Session by NIIT
  11:00 to 11:15 Tea Break
Changing Teacher Practices 11:15 to 01:15 Session by Ms. Ruchi Ghose
  01:15 to 02:00 Lunch Break
Changing Teacher Practices 02:00 to 03:30 Session by Mr. Shashi Nair
  03:30 to 03:45 Tea Break
  03:45 to 04:30 Closing Session and Feedback

Who Should Attend?

The Principal of school, Vice Principal, Management Representative & Head of Department.
Two delegates from each school can register.


Dr. Rajesh Hassija

Dr. Rajesh Hassija

Indraprastha World School, New Delhi
Adjudged the best teacher by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Board Member of - Indraprastha Global School, Indraprastha World School, New Delhi
Dr. Harish Chaudhary

Dr. Harish Chaudhary

Professor in IIT DELHI Alumnus of The Doon School, Dehradun, IIT Kanpur, IIM Bangalore and IIT Delhi.

Consultant and trainer of repute to the corporate sector

Conducted numerous training programs for school, parents and teachers
Dr. Shashi Nair

Dr. Shashi Nair

B-tech. IIT, Chennai
MBA – IIM, Bangalore

Former CEO at IAT, Kenya

Presently Associated with Azim Premji Foundation
Dr. Ruchi Ghose

Dr. Ruchi Ghose

M.A. Economics from Kolkata University
M.B.A from University of California at Los Angeles

Presently Associated with Azim Premji Foundation
Mr. Gavin Dabreo

Mr. Gavin Dabreo

MBA - Manchester Business School, UK

Ex - CEO - Varsity Education Management

25+ Years of experience
Ms. Bani Dhawan

Ms. Bani Dhawan

Country Head – Google for education
Ms. Charu Malhotra

Ms. Charu Malhotra

Post graduation from the Institute of Education, University of London,

Vice President.

About NIIT

NIIT Nguru (Mind Champion Learning System Ltd.) is a holistic range of School Learning Solutions which aims to make the vital process of teaching and learning simpler, thus bringing back the joy of learning for students. NIIT Nguru was launched in 1999 with the prestigious BOOT project awarded by Tamil Nadu Government, targeting 371 government schools in the state. NIIT, since then, has extended its Nguru range of solutions to 19 States, 88 Cities, 17000+ School.

It is an integrated and comprehensive teaching, learning and education resource planning solution for schools that are designed to address the needs of all key stakeholders within the education realm which includes Students, Teachers, School Management and Parents. It has created 24 hours of content, 1,07,209 computer based learning nodes and 4,00,000 computer teachers trained and certified.

Designed as per the recommendations of National Curriculum Framework-2005, NIIT Nguru integrates the teaching, learning, assessment and analysis processes through optimization of technology.

NIIT Nguru suite consist of Interactive classrooms, IT wizard, Mathlab plus, Practice Plus and Quick School.

About IL&FS

IL&FS Education and Technology Services Limited (IL&FS Education) is the social infrastructure arm of IL&FS group. IL&FS Group is India's largest infrastructure leasing and financing services company whose investors include LIC of India (largest public insurance provider), Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Orix Japan. Our core strength is in delivering large scale projects in PPP mode. We are focused on nurturing the human capital by building India's Education, Employability & Employment.

We work in the key areas of Education, Skill Development, Healthcare and Cluster Development for long term and sustainable impact. Our 3E model has been recognized by McKinsey and Company as one of the top two global initiatives aimed at faster and inclusive growth. Globally, we deliver programmes in 17 countries of Africa, Middle East and South East Asia.

Currently, we work with more than 10 Central and 28 State Government departments, several Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs), Multi - lateral agencies and 1500+ private companies as a partner to their social development goals. Together with our subsidiary companies, IL&FS Skills and IL&FS Clusters we have impacted over 15 million people in India.


DAY 1 - Session on - Raising Institutions A concept by Dr. Rajesh Hassija

Raising Institution: A Concept Education transforms and empowers lives. It is the process of facilitating learning through acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and thus, developing attitude & habits. All educational institutions focus on different domains of school education such as Scholastic & Co-scholastic, staff development, individual attention to the students, leadership & supervision, parental involvement, infrastructure, etc. Still there remains visible educational gaps or divide amongst these educational institutions. Some institutions are appreciated for their excellence and while some are not. Some of the leaders, very conveniently, evade the responsibility and hold students, staff or home environment responsible for the failure.

Whereas, they fail to reason out their poor vision, unstructured systems and procedures implemented, lack of school-home partnership and probably the uninspiring leadership responsible for the downfall.

How should one raise educational institutions?
How should one design system-scaping for educational excellence?

…a thought by Dr. Rajesh Hassija

Day 1 - Session on - Changing role of the leader :- by Dr. Harish Chaudhary

The room at the top is very lonely and cold-an age old cliché'. That the students ,parents and teachers of the previous generation were more disciplined and respectful is also a feeling that every generation has had and that the current generation is heading for a moral, ethical and spiritual disaster is also not uncommon.

To lead a set of uninitiated and unquestioning set of disciplined teachers was easy, but the knowledge economy, the blurring of hierarchical structures and information explosion has led to a shift from the autocrative -benevolent leadership styles to a more consultative and participative style of leadership.

To be futuristic in our approach and be contextually appropriate is then a challenge for the visionary leader. This session attempts to suggest an approach to the same.

Day 2 - Session on - Changing Teacher Practices by Mr. Shashi Nair & Ms. Ruchi Ghosh (Azim Premji Foundation)

In the fast paced world we live in, change is a constant. Schools are not immune to pressures to change. Some changes are relatively easy. With adequate funds, infrastructure and facilities can be changed. Others are much more difficult – such as, for instance, changing the practices of teachers. And yet, these are the most rewarding changes that can be made! Without such changes in the practices of teachers and others, schools will not be able to achieve the results that they wish to.
This talk explores why changing teacher practices is so difficult, and what one can do about it.

Practices are just the tip of the iceberg. This session explores what lies beneath the water, in the rest of the iceberg, by exploring how teachers, and others, make sense of a proposed change, and the struggles that they go through. At the heart of success of a change process lies understanding what teachers think, feel and do as they grapple with letting go of existing modes of thinking, and inculcating new behaviors and emotions that help establish desired practices.

The session uses a mix of presentations, videos, case studies, group work and discussions, to help the participants appreciate this world of changing teacher practices.


Mr. Ajinkya AmbarkhaneDirector - Training & Development (MGS)

For Registrations Contact

Mr. Sunil G SawlaniMob no. 9158084488
E-mail : sunil.sawlani@mgsnagpur.org


Chitnavis Centre, Civil Lines, Nagpur.


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