ICCIM - 2024

ICCIM -2024

16th Mar, 2024

The third annual international conference on the topic 'Transformation through Technology and Transdisciplinary Education' was organized on Saturday, 9th December at Lloyd Group of Institutions (Pharmacy) located at Knowledge Park-2, Greater Noida. Its main objective is to use AI in areas like research, innovation, health and education in line with PM Modi's national missions like Self-reliant India, Digital India and Make in India. To promote positive outcomes. This conference was organized in collaboration with DPSRU, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Indian Pharmaceutical Association (Delhi)

The conference brought together academics, researchers, policymakers, and industry leaders from around the world to discuss the future of transdisciplinary education in the digital age. The program was inaugurated by Kapil Dev Aggarwal, Ministry of State, Vocational Education and Skill Development Uttar Pradesh, Awaneesh Awasthi, Chief Advisor, Government of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Deependra Singh. , Chairman Education Regulation Committee, PCI, Manohar Thairani, President of Lloyd Group and Dr. Vandana Arora Sethi, Group Director of Lloyd Group, lighting the lamp. More than 500 abstracts and more than 1500 students, teachers, from India and abroad participated in the international conference.

In the opening address, Mr. Awaneesh Awasthi highlighted the importance of technology and transdisciplinary education in transforming the way we learn and teach. He said that technology can help to make education more accessible, effective, and engaging. He also emphasized the importance of transdisciplinary education in preparing students for the challenges of the 21st century. The book 'Souvenir cum Abstract' was also released. During the conference, Aseem Sahu, Deputy Drug Controller India and Dr. Vibhu Sahni, Dean PCI were honored with the Exemplary Pharmacy Professional Award and Dr. G.N. Singh was honored with the Life Time Achievement Award.The conference featured a variety of speakers and sessions, including:

  • Keynote addresses by leading experts in the fields of education, technology, and transdisciplinary research
  • Panel discussions on topics such as the future of education in the digital age, the use of technology in education, and the benefits of transdisciplinary education and urged policymakers to consider the following recommendations:
  • Invest in research and development in the area of technology-enhanced education.
  • Support the development of transdisciplinary educational programs.
  • Create policies that encourage collaboration and innovation in education.
  • Paper presentations on a wide range of topics related to education and technology
  • The conference concluded with the address of Dr. Vandana Arora Sethi. She thanked everyone who participated in the conference and said that "forums like this are very important to bring about change in education." This conference is being considered an important milestone in the field of education. The suggestions emerging from this conference can be submitted to Central Government to include in the education policy. The conference also included a cultural evening featuring performances by live musical band.