Published On: Thu, Feb 23rd, 2017

National Trainers Summit Concludes

KOCHI:
The two day National Trainers Summit ‘Trainers 4 Tomorrow’ being organised by Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD), Jan Shikshan Sansthaan (JSS) under Ministry of Human Resources & Development, Govt. of India and T4Trainer.com, concluded here on Thursday with a call for revision of curriculam giving pISTD - valedictory photorominence for expert training.
During the two day event, there were trainer talks, key note sessions and panel discussions to celebrate the trends in training and education. The event had more than 50 speakers from various walks of life.
The experts who spoke at the various sessions urged to utilize digitalization and ensure training is given to students. Dr Som Singh, Founder & CEO of Unspun Consulting Group said rather than students obtaining degree certificates, they should concentrate on digital education for the development of the nation.
Dr L Radhakrishnan, IAS, CEO of Kerala State Innovation Council & ex-advisor to Chief Minister, was the chief guest at the valedictory function. CUSAT Pro Vice C
hancellor Dr Paulose Jacob delivered the keynote address. ISTD Chairman Jose P Philip presided. Secretary Nirmala Lilly, T4Trainer.com founder R Chandra Vadhana, V A Shamsudeen, Satheesh Kumar, S R Nair and Sreejith Menon spoke.
AWARDS DISTRIBUTED
The awards for educational/corporate/training institutions under various categories was also distributed.
Tata Consultancy Services (Kerala Operations) and Popular Vehicles and Services, Kochi shared the award for the best corporate presentation. Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies bagged the award for best presentation in institution category. Benny George, Dr C M Sherna, Shekhar Vishwanathan shared the award for best training talks.

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