Gurgaon based Ivory Education bagged the prestigious award for “Education Innovation of the Year” at The Concern 2014, the 4th National Education Conference held at FICCI auditorium, New Delhi on September 26. The award category saw several nominations among which Ivory Education was ajudged as the best.
Vinai Rai, chairman National Council of Education-ASSOCHAM, bestowed the award to Kapil Rampal, director Ivory Education in the presence of Yadvinder Singh, grand nephew of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and many other dignitaries who graced the award function.
The 4th National Education Conference was organised by Bal Bharati Academy, a non profit organisation, with voluntary support from National Skill Development Corporation.
The educational conference aimed at highlighting the burning issues of “Indian Education calling for Reform” and “Youth, Patriotism & Reform”.
On receiving the award, Rampal said, “Our initiatives are well-researched with inputs from the industry and our programmes are designed in close collaboration of a professional e-learning company and one of the leading management institutes”.
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