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Awareness of Technical Education in schools should be made compulsory– Sagar & Mehul

Awareness of Technical Education in schools should be made compulsory– Sagar & Mehul
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By Dr. Dilip N Pandit Education plays vital role in our life and it gives us vision to see the target of life and career. Children are said to be wet soil and could be molded in proper personality during primary education. Awareness of technical education in primary and middle schools should be made compulsory so that they could get acquainted with latest technologies. Children can be trained through digital literacy and basic computer knowledge so that they would able to choose their career. These views were expressed by young and dynamic personality Shri Sagar Sangani and Shri Mehul Paghdal of Ahmedabad (Gujarat) who are promoting the vision and mission of All India IT Association (AIITA) They were of views that giving priority of technical education from very childhood and let them aware about that because they could get practical aspect of latest technology at ease. To aware children, primary and secondary school would be interacted through Short Seminars and Interaction Discussion. Both, Shri Sangani and Shri Paghdal expressed that the need of the hour is to get ready our children with latest technology. The main motive should be on analytics so that they would get language of technology. They told that Ahmedabad is known as educational hub and people are very much conscious about technical education too. It is their priority to initiate such awareness drive that could generate interest in students and youth.