The Event commenced with a grand opening by Shri Basavaraj Somappa Bommai, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Karnataka, Dr. Ashwath Narayan, Hon’ble Minister of Higher Education, IT & BT, Skill development & Entrepreneurship – Government of Karnataka, International ministers & ministry delegates from 14 countries and 9 states of India and key education stakeholders. The 12th edition of Didac India witnessed a huge success with participation from:
The International Education & Skill Summit (TIESS) was held concurrent to Didac India exhibition. Driven by 3 days of sessions on powerful & thought provoking deliberations by education leaders on challenges, solutions & opportunities of bringing an exponential change in the education sector of the country & creating roadmaps for new development.
The Didac Alliance of International Schools Conference (DAIS) 2022 was held concurrent to Didac India exhibition. Driven by 2 days of powerful & thought provoking panel discussions and a round table meet on international curriculum with discussions on challenges, solutions & opportunities of bringing an exponential change in the international curriculum globally, with focus in India, and creating roadmaps for future development.
Early Learning Conference
The Early Learning Conference, partnered by Early Childhood Association was held concurrent to Didac India exhibition. Driven by 2 days of sessions on powerful & thought provoking deliberations by early education leaders on challenges, solutions & opportunities of bringing an exponential change in the early education sector of the country and from around the world & creating roadmaps for future of early education.
IDA Awards – Education
IDA Education awards witnessed an overwhelming response from education institutes with over 2,300 nominations received for 24 categories from 23 states of India. 24 awards, 7 distinctive citations and 5 grand jury awards were given out making IDA Education Awards a huge success. Click here to view the winners.
The focus of Didac Round Table sessions was on policy making and bridging the gap between skills and knowledge. It led to crucial discussions on learning outcomes and improving employability of students by ensuring adequate mix of skills and knowledge by education leaders of India and international.
IDA Connect Workshops
30+ parallel Workshops were conducted at Didac India over 3 days. Each session was witnessed filled to capacity with all pre-registered audiences turning educators into inquisitive learners for acquiring latest pedagogical advancements and skills.
Didac Talks became The Voice of Exhibitors & Educators who took this wonderful opportunity to share their Experiences, Ideas, Suggestions and Thoughts towards the progress of Education & Skills sector.