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Posted at: Oct 11, 2018, 2:22 AM; last updated: Oct 11, 2018, 2:37 AM (IST)

KMV principal delivers expert talk at int’l meet

Our Correspondent

Jalandhar, October 10

Principal KMV College Atima Sharma Dwivedi was invited by the Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary to deliver expert talks on topics of colossal contemporary relevance and pertinence.

She delivered a talk on “Psychosocial pressures on women and the ameliorating impact: the Indian Context” and the second topic was “Challenges of Indian education system and its global perspective”.

Along with students and faculty members at the Eotvos Lorand University, her talks were attended by officials from local administration, Deans from the University and other academia, said Dr Atima.

Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi has herself been an alumnus of Harvard Institute of Higher Education, USA, and has also attended some Professional Development Programmes at Harvard University.

She has also attended programmes at National University of Educational Planning (NUEPA) and has also extensively travelled across the globe to other leading US universities such as Boston, Chatham, Lesley and Universities of China, Greece, UK etc.

She has been invited from time to time to various renowned universities in India and abroad to deliver talks on topics ranging from leadership and women empowerment to higher education.

Over the years, she has been instrumental in organising eight international conferences at KMV, which have witnessed the presence of intelligentsia from around 15 nations each year.

These conferences have been appreciated for the exemplary contribution to the field of higher education and research, informed the faculty members at the KMV.


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