The Dayanand Institute of Education Management and research held discussions on the book by eminent scientist Y S Rajan “Way Beyond the Three Rs – India’s Educational Challenge in the 21st Century”. The discussion was held under the leadership of the DIEMR Director Dr. K B Kushal. A grand seminar was held at Vashi by the Dayanand Institute of Education Management and Research to discuss on the book authored by eminent scientist Y S Rajan titled “Way Beyond the Four Rs – India’s Educational Challenge in the 21st Century”. The seminar held under the dynamic leadership of DIEMR Director Dr. K B Kushal had several eminent educationists present which included Dr. Rita Sonawat – Head of Dept. of Human Development SNDT (4.36), Dr. Tushar Guha Founder of Nritanjali (5.32), Educationist Dr. Satyawati Rawal (6.49), Principal of DAV Public School, Nerul Jose Kurian, Asst. Prof. SNDT Dr. Kalpana Modi (8.30) and DIEMR Director Dr. K B Kushal. The event began with the lamp lighting ceremony. Way beyond the three Rs – India’s Educational challenge in the 21st century is a well written book that captures the educational scenario of India. It speaks on the low gross enrolment ratio which is impediment to the economic growth of the country. Written in a lucid and vivid manner, the reader travels from the past to the present and emerges to the future. As one comes to an end, the reader is influenced to being about a change in the education sector to bring about quality in education. Congratulating Y S Rajan on the book, DIEMR Director Dr. K B Kushal said that Y S Rajan was a leader who believed in implied wisdom. He added that the book underlined the need to explore and understand the knowledge heritage and legacy. He said that there was a disconnect which impacted the productivity in education. With cameraperson Vinayak Dalvi, Sana Warsia for NMTV News.
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