Hyderabad: 3Di School, New Zealand and ESCI, Hyderabad in association with TRSMA has organised a seminar on the “Role of Emerging Technologies in School Education” at Gachibowli here recently. 3Di School, New Zealand has been in the forefront of activity based learning combining Design Thinking, Arts and Animation with the State Board Academics.
Seminar on ‘Emerging Tech in School Edn’
The primary objectives of the ESCI is to impart need based continuing professional development training, consultancy, technical services, academics and research & development in all disciplines of Engineering, Science & Technology and Management.
TRSMA has been has been an anchor for all the private Schools and influencing the policy decisions of the Education Ministry. It has also made efforts to resolve various issues between member schools, be it professional, ethical or moral ones. The primary objective is to have a unified approach to address problems being faced by various Schools across the state leading to better Educational programs , infrastructure and learning outcomes of the students.
3Di School, New Zealand and ESCI have unveiled the first ever “3D Innovation and Incubator Lab “for all School children from Grade I to X. The initiative is the first of its kind launched by any State and helps students to improve their skills while taking them at par with the global standards of learning. This event was attended by more than 200 School Founders and Principals from across the state of Telangana.
Sudheer Reddy, Director of 3Di School said that his company in association with TRSMA has worked out a BOOT ( Build , Own , Operate, Transfer ) model exclusively for all member schools of Telangana which will enable them to own the Innovation Lab infrastructure without investing any capital for this project .
The Seminar was attended by R N.Jayaraj, Director – ESCI , Capt. B S Fillora , Dean – ESCI , Srinivas Reddy , Managing Director – Storm & 3DI , Sreenivasa Reddy , President – TRSMA , Shekhar Rao , General Secretary – TRSMA and others.