India’s largest education festival, HP presents Zee Educare – an enthralling all-round education festival for the student community was concluded successfully at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi, the two day education fair over the weekend saw great response to workshops & panels by some of the new age youth icons.
ZEE Educare addressed the need/gap amongst young adults for higher education by researchers, industry experts, professors and alumnus under one-roof who enabled the students to take an informed career decision. The festival addressed both conventional and non-conventional educational formats with emphasis on new age tools and methodologies.
The two day festival held various panels like; A Fresh Take on Future Education by Ayaz Basrai, Innovation In Education: Session By Ashoka Fellowship by Basit Jamal, Samina Bano and Saransh Vaswani, Method to Madness: Conversation about Design & Architecture by Ayaz Basrai, Neha Doodles and Srishti Bajaj, Power Of Media In Education: What you see is what you believe by Gurmit Singh, Pranab Punj, Ritesh Malhotra and Supriya Paul, The Craft of Casting for Movies by Mukesh Chhabra, YouTube as a career by Carry Minati, Gaurav Taneja, Prajakta Koli and Rishhome and Session by Education World by Arundhati Mitter, followed by an enthralling performance by Jasleen Royal, an independent Indian singer, songwriter made the highlights on day 1.
Continuing the chord on Day 2 of the festival, various panels like Age is a mere number: Success Does Not Have A Timer by Harsh Songra, Yashraj Bharadwaj and Yuvraj Bharadwaj, Building platforms that allow youth to voice their opinions by Prashant Jha, Education v/s Skill: Striking The Right Balance For The F&B Industry by Chef Anahita Dhondy, Ishan Grover and Chef Saransh Goila, Education and Career in the music industry by Ankit Khanna and KRSHA, Journey after digital content by Sahil Khattar, Power of building campus communities by Kriti Gupta, Kunal Arora and Saurabh Kanwar, Power of a brand enabling the design universe by Neelima Burra, The Art of Failure: Exams Are Not The End of The World by Rob took place. Educare was concluded with a super energetic and striking act by pop-singer Parmish Verma, who make delhiites weekend a super cool & high of Punjabi dose.
During the second day of the festival workshops like Colours and Design, Community Building In Colleges, Design For Better Tomorrow, Emerging Careers For The Next Millennium, Forms &Expectations and Experiences, It’s All About Seeing – A Photography Workshop, Pipe Lamp Making, Study Abroad Options and Starting Up While Pursuing Education were also organised. During both the days, Performances by students as a part of the Big Break also there and helped these artist creating their mark.
Speaking on the success of the festival, Swaroop Banerjee, COO, ZEE LIVE at ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Limited said, “This festival was about the probability and clarity of choice, about inspiration, motivation, about never forgetting that every legend on the Zee Educare stage was once a beginner.
The last two days have been overwhelming, students, institutes, parents have inspite of the weekend shown us such an encouragement by arriving in large numbers. We’ve had leading corporate marketeers, celebrity chefs, YouTube youth icons, famous musicians, film makers, social entrepreneurs, digital entrepreneurs and they have each relayed their experiences to the students. It was moving to see the students ask a ton of questions to the panellists from their heart. It was truly a celebration of curiosity from the young minds of India, Banerjee added.”