Education is Forever AatmaNirbhar Bharat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced this term among Indians during the time of COVID-19 pandemic. Government has taken many initiatives to be safe from the deadly virus in various sectors. They basically focused on economy, infrastructure, system, etc. and also in different phases.

Education is also the sector which is badly affected due to coronavirus. Teachers are trying hard to teach students online and students are also finding it hard to focus in the online classes. Students are almost missing their happy desk of their classrooms.

The regular contact to the screen is the big dis-advantage of the online classes. Their eye-sight is getting weak day by day. Teachers are checking homework of the students, conducting online-classes with great difficulties.

Government has tried and planned various initiatives for the education during the COVID-19 times like PM e-vidya programme for multi-mode access to digital online education provides a consistent learning platform for the whole nation, which shall enable schools and universities to stream courses online without further defeat of teaching hours.



As we all know that the pandemic has caused a havoc in the world schools and colleges. Teachers, students and parents are struggling with various concerns. There arises a need for reform in our conventional education system.

Ms. Meenakshi Khurana
Principal - Little Fairy Public School

In a diverse democracy like India, Government announcements and plans are analysed, praised and criticised at several levels left, right and centre. But the end truth remains the same that in this time of crisis,

Dr. Sanjay Chugh
Director-principal - Cambridge Convent School, Kot Ise Khan and Director, Malwa Sahodaya, Punjab

The onslaught of the corona virus across the globe has brought many a machinery to a standstill! Among the many sectors affected, the education system is adversely affected. The consequences are far-reaching and could

Kanwaljeet Khungar
Principal, BNPS

Kofi Anan said, ‘Knowledge is power, Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.’ As the Pandemic tightened its grip over the social fabric, the education

Ms. Pooja Bose
Principal - The High Range School,Munnar

Aatma Nirbhar Bharat-The Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, announced that the aim of this campaign was that of making the country independent against the tough competition in the global supply chain and

Ms. Bhavna Khanna
Principal- Delhi Public School, Gautam Buddh Nagar

Vision of our pride Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi to make India a self reliant Nation. This is a vision which can take not only ,

Ms. Payal Mehta (Managing Director) and
Dr. Sanjay Chugh (Zonal/Academic Director, Malwa Zone)
The Olive School, Fatehabad

Today India is celebrating 74th Independence Day. We translate Independence as 'swtantra' in Hindi. स्वतंत्र is made up of two words स्व and तंत्र . स्व means own and तंत्र means mechanism.Being independent means having

Ms. Anita Sharma
Principal- SD Public School, Pitampura

Why this campaign

We want to know from our highly esteemed panelists that how do they think AatmaNirbhar Bharat can be created and how our students can achieve it.

Keeping in mind the coronavirus, what else can be the ways where students can learn their lessons from the teachers? Is online classes only solution that we have? Or something beyond can be thought of?

We want opinion pieces from our educationists from different parts of the nation on how to make teachers and students bond more and improve the teaching- learning engagement and how to make India, particularly in education sector "AATMA NIRBHAR BHARAT"