Aug 29, 2020

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More Than A Thousand Students Joined IBSW-CDP Online Classes During COVID 19

More Than A Thousand Students Joined IBSW-CDP Online Classes During COVID 19

During these challenging times, amidst the worldwide pandemic of COVID 19, International Business School of Washington didn’t sit back but immediately swung to action. The first thought was focused on students and their future, second on the staff members, to give them the right platform to enhance the teaching process and third with our parents to continue sharing the bond of trust. Planning commenced for continuous education based on the situation, the need and the requirement. The curriculum was relooked into and tweaked for supporting online teaching. Simultaneously online classes were ascertained and cleared for being user friendly, offering good features and following cybersecurity norms. Teachers, parents and students were trained to use the online teaching to its maximum potential. The most exciting and exhilarating bit of the whole plan was everybody was working from home. Within the Month more than a thousand students had Joined IBSW Online Classes across the world. IBSW-CDP based out of Washington, Paris, Lyon, Montpellier, Dubai & Bangalore. IBSW-CDP offers diploma, undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate programs in Business Administration, International Marketing, Information Technology, Global MBA, Culinary Arts, Fashion Design, Tourism & Hospitality.

The whole school community was on their Mobiles, iPads, Laptops, Desktops, Tabs and so on working around the clock to create and welcome E-learning processes, which became the buzz word within no time. A recent interaction with highly appreciative parents gave us the motivation and confidence that we are moving in the right direction. Our students are being supported and guided in the best possible way.

All our Heads have been utilizing their time by keeping themselves abreast with new educational pedagogies and new trends by attending webinars. Connecting with each other, sharing best practices, guiding each other and generally getting to know each other better. Which was totally lacking during the normal time as we are all rushing against time.

IBSW President Vinay Lamba said, “For me personally it has been a jigsaw puzzle time and a roller coaster ride but I feel fresh and renewed as if I have ventured into the unknown territories but found and paved the right path. Although COVID 19 was sudden, surged fast, affected all and created chaos. We were able to face the challenge and moved ahead with confidence, to create a success story to be remembered for years. The IBSW stands tall and proud. Many worthwhile lessons have been learnt during these times. Difficult Roads Lead to Beautiful Destinations”.

Vinay Lamba, began his illustrious career with Nextec Inc, with operations across 120 countries, founded in 1998. He is an international entrepreneur with over 30 years of successful experience in numerous industry sectors worldwide including Education, IT Services, and Management Consulting.

IBSW and College De Paris (CDP) have striven to promote French excellence through training. Olivier De Lagarde, president of CDP and CEO of IBSW has been instrumental in bringing all his expertise into establishing IBSW.

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Jan 22, 2019

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Roles, Rights and Responsibilities in Education – A Global Summit for More than 300 Educators

Roles, Rights and Responsibilities in Education – A Global Summit for More than 300 Educators

The common notion is that the entire responsibility of educating our children lies on the teachers and the school authorities though education is a significant element which affects the development of the entire nation . Hence, the responsibility of imparting education also lies on the community at large.

Parisar Asha , a not for profit organisation working in the field of education for the past 36 years have been incessantly working towards imparting quality education and spreading awareness among the underprivileged communities about its importance. On 15th January’2019, it held a global consortium on the topic ‘The R Factor in Education’ which focused on the ‘Roles, Rights and Responsibilities in Education’ pertaining to different stakeholders at Kohinoor Continental Hotel, Mumbai.  The summit aimed at brainstorming on the individual roles which stems from the needs of the society and in particular towards education followed by the rights one achieves and the responsibilities one needs to fulfil. The consortium aimed at bringing in forefront these nuances which make the wheel of education more effective and robust. The entire initiative was supported by Deenabandhu Trust, a Kolkata based not for profit organisation working towards bringing about innovations in the field of education through its ground breaking Science, Technology Engineering and Maths ( STEM ) Model.

The programme was graced by Hon’ble Adv Shri Ahshishji Shelar, President of BJP, Mumbai. Stalwarts from academic fraternity like renowned educationist Mr. Francis Joseph, Ms. Maya Shahani, Ms. Basanti Roy and Ms. Rekha Shahani; Dr Sonali Geed- Chief Academic Officer of TIPS Group of International Chain Schools and Dr. Samir Dalwai, renowned developmental paediatrician spoke about the different aspects of roles, rights and responsibilities in education.

More than 300 educators from different schools pan India attended this event to participate in this conference and table their perspectives in this unique platform. The event culminated with the  recognition of twenty outstanding educators and they were awarded the ‘Gloria Memorial Excellence International Award – Best Educator’ instituted in the fond memory of Late Gloria de Souza, founder and Director of Parisar Asha.

On this joyous occasion, Ms. Aarati Savur, CEO of Parisar Asha stated that, “ Our nation will soon be climb the ladder of developed nations when education is considered to be the most important aspect of social development and each individual starts acknowledging their role in the society.”

This initiative also marked the contribution of twenty outstanding educators who were awarded Gloria de Souza Excellence International Best Educator Award for their outstanding contribution in the field of education. This award has been instituted in the fond memory of the late Gloria de Souza, Founder and Director of Parisar Asha.

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