Four Dot Four, Techno India University & Techno India Group Partner

Techno India University

Kolkata, 29th January 2024: In a collaborative effort, Four Dot Four a Conclave For Careers, Education, SMEs & Culture has joined forces with Techno India University and Techno India Group to present thought-provoking panel discussions on key topics at the 36th Industrial India Trade Fair organized by the Bengal National Chamber Of Commerce & Industry and Enterprise Development of India, held today at Eco Park. The session was attended by Major Gen. H. Dharmarajan, AVSM, SM*, VSM, GOC, Bengal Sub Area, H.E. M. Aloys Bizindavyi, Ambassador of Republic of Burundi, Shri Debashis Sen, IAS (Retd.), Managing Director, WB HIDCO & Brigadier. Rajeev Kapur, SM, ADG, DGR (East). Smt. Manoshi Roychowdhury, Vice President, BNCCI was also present for the inaugural ceremony.

The first panel discussion on, “Balancing Act: Exploring the Interplay Between Digital Information and Classroom Knowledge”, featured distinguished panelists including Prof. Dr. Saikat Maitra, Mr. Indrajit Lahiri, Dr. Shivaji Banerjee, Ms. Rupa Majumdar, Ms. Shrestha Basu Roy Chowdhury and was moderated by Dr. Poulomi Dutta. The session, open to all, delved into the dynamics between digital information and traditional classroom learning.

The second panel on “Are We Ready to Accept a Lady as Leader?” included eminent figures such as Dr. Rupali Basu, Ms. Priya Banerjee, Mr. Jayanta Narayan Chatterjee and Mr. Avik Sarkar, with moderation by Mr. Korak Basu. This session explored gender roles and leadership acceptance in contemporary society.

“We are honored to be a part of the 36th Industrial India Trade Fair. These panel discussions co-hosted by us are crucial and informative for the youth, contributing to their holistic development and providing valuable perspectives for their future. She feels that classroom knowledge will always remain the best path to reach out to students in shaping their personality and minds. We must dismantle the barriers that prevent people from pursuing their dreams based on their gender.said Prof Manoshi Roychowdhury, Co-Chairperson of Techno India Group.

Students from universities, colleges, alongside renowned educators, professors, industry leaders attended the event.

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