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Delhi hosts national conference on 'Innovation in Educational Administration'
A three-day National Conference on Innovation in Educational Administration kicked off on March 5, at Pravasi Bhartiya Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, with a focus on innovations by district and block level officers who have been selected for awards for innovative ideas and best practices.

According to a press note, the conference will be an ideal forum for learning and sharing of experiences about innovative and effective practices in educational management.

This Conference has been organised by National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA), New Delhi. About 150 district and block level education officers from across India and resource persons and faculty of the university are participating in the Conference, stated the press release.

The conference will work as forum for exchange of effective management of the educational administrative systems at district and block levels, and ensure institutional development and performance at school level.

The conference envisages that the educational officers at the field level work as essential links between system level administration and institutional level management of education. Role of these officers is crucial in the process of implementation of policies programmes at the field level and motivate the officers at the field level.

At the end of Conference on March 7, the National Awards for innovation in Educational Administration will be presented by Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar on 7th March, added the release.

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