National Workshop on Innovations in Education

It will be held in the 1st or 2nd week of August 2020, the precise date will be announced soon

IIIT Allahabad, Prayagraj UttarPradesh, Bharat

Swami Vivekananda said, “We want the education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s feet.” The program ज्ञानोत्सव@प्रयागराज aims to find ways of realizing this dream.

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  1. Brochure of Gyanotsav Program

    1. उद्देश्य Link
    2. Gyanotsav@IIIT-A Inaugration of Website at UPRTOU (26 February, 2020) Link
    3. Gyanotsav@NIT Jalandhar (30th November and 1st December, 2019) Link
    4. Gyanotsav@UIET University of Kurukshetra (24-25 Jan 2020) Link
    5. Gyanotsav@National College Tiruchirapalli (19 and 20 Feb 2020) Link
    6. Gyanotsav@Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology Jalandhar (10 and 1 April 2020) Link
    7. Gyanotsav@Gandhi Smriti Raj Ghat New Delhi (6 and 8 April 2018) Link

Tentative Schedule

  1. August 2020


    10:00-11:30 Inauguration Ceremony
    11:30-12:00 High Tea
    12:00-14:00 Track-1; Track-2; and Track-3
    14:00-15:30 Lunch
    15:30-17:30 Track-4; Track-5; and Track-6
    17:30-18:00 High Tea
    19:00-20:30 Cultural Programme
    20:30-22:30 Dinner

  2. August 2020


    10:00-13:30             Brief Description of each Exhibition
    13:30-15:30             Lunch
    15:30-17:30             Closing Ceremony
    17:30-18:00             High Tea

Invited Speakers

The Tentative Tracks, Prime Movers and Panelists

  • Examinationless Learning

    Examinationless Learning

    Do examinations produce knowledgeable professionals? Are examinations deterring the quality research to surface? Jiddu Krishnamurti has very rightly said that –“There is no end to education.
    -By Prof. P Nagabhushan
  • Examinationless Learning

    Examinationless Learning

    Do examinations produce knowledgeable professionals? Are examinations deterring the quality research to surface? Jiddu Krishnamurti has very rightly said that –“There is no end to education.
    -Prof. Chidanand Gowda
  • Examinationless Learning

    Examinationless Learning

    Do examinations produce knowledgeable professionals? Are examinations deterring the quality research to surface? Jiddu Krishnamurti has very rightly said that –“There is no end to education.
    -Prof. Shekhar Verma
  • Examinationless Learning

    Examinationless Learning

    Do examinations produce knowledgeable professionals? Are examinations deterring the quality research to surface? Jiddu Krishnamurti has very rightly said that –“There is no end to education.
    -Prof. T. Lahiri
  • Network Security

    Innovations in STEMM Education

    Successful innovative practices build on an interplay between national/regional and institutional factors. Addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools/colleges to improve competitiveness in science and technology development.
    -Prof. Manindra Agrawal
  • Network Security

    Innovations in STEMM Education

    Successful innovative practices build on an interplay between national/regional and institutional factors. Addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools/colleges to improve competitiveness in science and technology development.
    -Prof. Somenath Biswas
  • Network Security

    Innovations in STEMM Education

    Successful innovative practices build on an interplay between national/regional and institutional factors. Addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools/colleges to improve competitiveness in science and technology development.
    -Prof. Pinaki Majoomdaar
  • 3D Printing

    Innovations in STEMM Education

    Successful innovative practices build on an interplay between national/regional and institutional factors. Addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools/colleges to improve competitiveness in science and technology development.
    -Prof. Krishna Mishra
  • Innovations in Languages and Arts education

    Innovations in Languages and Arts education

    To increase the scale and rate of innovation-based transformations in the education system. The teachers of languages from all over the world to form online communities that act like a huge global staffroom using multiple digital platforms.
    -Dr. Sudhanshu Trivedi
  • Innovations in Academic Administration

    Innovations in Academic Administration

    How to create a base for large-scale innovations and their implementation; how to increase effectiveness of technology innovations in education, particularly online learning; how to raise time and cost efficiency of education.
    -Prof. Vinod K Singh IITK
  • Quality Technical Education via Hindi/Regional Languages

    Quality Technical Education via Hindi/Regional Languages

    Quality technical education must be defined in terms of its outcomes and in terms of its contexts.
    -Prof. Anil D. Sahastrabuddhe
  • Relevance of Bhartiya Philosophy (Knowledge) in Modern Education

    Inculcation of Bhartiya Gyan Parampara in Modern Education

    The foundation of the philosophy of education in Bharat is in its cultural context that strengthens the political and social strength of the nation.
    -Prof. Kapil Kapoor

Organizing Institutes


Frequently Asked Questions

What is ज्ञानोत्सव?

Swami Vivekananda said, “We want the education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, the intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s feet.” The program ज्ञानोत्सव aims to find ways of realizing this dream.

What will happen during ज्ञानोत्सव@प्रयागराज?

This workshop aims to provide such a platform for elaborative discussions on six tracks. Various institutes/universities/colleges will be invited for displaying the exhibitions of their innovations in education. These exhibitions will remain open for all, however only registered participants can attend the keynote speeches/panel discussions.

What is the concept note of the logo and when is it adopted by SSUN?

The visual identity of GYANOTSAV is based on logotype design. Stylish Hindi letter writing has been used for developing this logotype and the also stroke makes form of Book and Deepak to symbolized this for continuous knowledge and stylized letters is for festival. The flute in right side represent the mythological sound over the festival also create rhythm and flow positive energy. The right side of logotype we use Veena (musical instrument), sunrays and peacock feather as a symbolize of Devi Saraswati (The goddess of Knowledge). Saffron color is a symbol of purity and energy of Indian ancient and present knowledge, it also gives us inspiration to move forward as well as it represents festival, happiness and expansion, here the blue color is represent the infinite knowledge like open sky and ocean.

ज्ञानोत्सव की दृश्य पहचान लोगोटाइप डिजाइन पर आधारित है। इस लोगोटाइप को विकसित करने के लिए सुलेख हिंदी अक्षर का उपयोग किया गया है ऊपर बाये ओर स्ट्रोक बुक और दीपक को दर्शाता है जो निरंतर ज्ञान का प्रतीक है | दाहिनी ओर की बांसुरी त्यौहार पर पौराणिक ध्वनि का प्रतिनिधित्व करती है और लय और सकारात्मक ऊर्जा का प्रवाह भी करती है।और सुलेख हिंदी अक्षर त्योहार के लिए हैं। लोगोटाइप के दाईं ओर देवी सरस्वती (ज्ञान के देवी ) के प्रतीक के रूप में वीणा (संगीत वाद्ययंत्र), सूर्योदय और मोर पंख का उपयोग किया गया हैं। भगवा रंग भारतीय प्राचीन और वर्तमान ज्ञान की शुद्धता और ऊर्जा का प्रतीक है, यह हमें आगे बढ़ने की प्रेरणा भी देता है और साथ ही यह त्योहार, खुशी और विस्तार का प्रतिनिधित्व करता है।यहाँ नीला रंग का उपयोग असीम ज्ञान को प्रदर्शित करने के लिए किया गया है जो विशाल सागर और अनंत आकाश की तरह है।

This logo was designed under the supervision of Hon’ble Sri Atul Kothari ji, National Secretary Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas (SSUN), New Delhi by a team of experts consisting of Dr. Manish Arora Assistant Prof FOVA BHU, Dr. Neetesh Purohit Associate Professor IIIT-A Prayagraj, Mr. Peeyush Kumar Gupta Senior Research Scholar FOVA BHU, and Mr. Rahul Kumar Shaw FOVA BHU. It was unveiled on 26 th Feb 2020 at RTOU Prayagraj by many eminent persons including Hon’ble Sri Atul Kothari ji, Prof. P. Nagabhushan Director IIIT-A Prayagraj, Prof. Rajeev Tripathi Director MNNIT Prayagraj, Prof. K N Singh VC RTOU Prayagraj, Prof. Nilima Gupta VC CSJM University Kanpur, Prof. Peeyush Ranjan Agrawal VC APS University Rewa.

Who all can register for this event?

Registration is Open for All.

Want to Donate ?

Following are the Account Details :
Name of the Bank : Punjab National Bank
Bank Account Name : Gyanotsava IIITA
Bank Account Number : 8636000100035912
Account Type : Savings Bank
MICR Code : 211024510
IFS Code : PUNB0863600
Address of the Bank : Punjab National Bank, Saha Urf Pipal Gaon, Prayagraj-211012

When will registration starts and how can I register?

Registration is open now.Pls follow This Link for Free registration.

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