Future workplaces, model preschool education centre among displays at exhibition ahead of G20 Edu meet

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    Ahead of the 3rd G20 Education, the ‘Future of Work’ exhibition will feature model preschool centers, language learning-based technology solutions, 3D printed models of various temples with virtual reality experiences, drone technicians, and cloud gaming Such technologies and modules are exhibited. working group meeting. Federal Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has launched an exhibition at the CSIR-Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology (IMMT) which will run until April 28th. 34,000 square feet area.

    The exhibition will also feature a unique “Future of Work” experience zone, where job seekers will see how the future of work will evolve and access a preview of the high-level technical skills they will need. . This zone showcases the use of cutting edge technology such as holograms and interactive surface tables and walls. It gives visitors an idea of ​​the future of work and helps them visualize how automation and digitization are changing the way work is done. It is done in several areas. This exhibition showcases the transformation resulting from digital transformation, how disruptive technologies are redesigning professions and reshaping the world of work.Technology leaders, innovators, influencers, industry and academia come together. The exhibition will also offer a glimpse into the modern workplace, the skills and jobs of the future, the evolving skills and employability landscape,” Pradhan said at the opening ceremony. Social media giant Meta showcases cases featuring virtual reality (VR) and his VR across the industry on skills in the areas of nursing, painting, welding and the workforce, with the theme of “Building the Metaverse” We are exhibiting startups that

    The Indian Knowledge System (IKS), an innovative cell of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), showcased 3D printed models of various temples along with virtual and augmented reality experiences. The Media and Entertainment Skills Council showcased “cloud gaming,” which authorities claim will transform the gaming landscape in India.

    “These technologies will provide new and immersive gaming experiences, attract users and investment, and drive growth in India’s media and entertainment industry,” said the official. Hexagon, a prominent name in digital reality solutions, manufactures parts with better quality and efficiency in five steps: scanning objects, processing data, optimizing designs through simulation, printing data, measuring and comparing. demonstrating “reverse engineering” to help Product features including design data for rework, redesign, and reject deviations. Regional Institute of Education (RIE) Bhubaneswar is a model preschool center, innovative preschool teacher education activities, arts integrated pedagogy, experiential pedagogy, toy-based pedagogy, locally developed science and mathematics learning Displayed teaching materials.

    Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s research center, AMMACHI Labs, uses VR along with simulation-based learning techniques for drone technicians, mechanics and appliance repair technicians, haptic simulators for physical performance training, and Skill Intelligences Labs to teach construction workers scaffolding skills. .

    Several institutions and organizations from different sectors, such as NIT Rourkela, IIT Bhubaneswar, IIM Sambalpur, Meta, UNICEF, NCERT, will participate in the exhibition, showcasing technology driving the future of work, constant innovation in the modern workplace, skills , showcased innovative offerings. model.

    Future of Work has expertise in agriculture, mobility and healthcare, metaverse, reverse engineering and automated design solutions, drone technology, Ed-tech solutions leveraging AR and VR, Industry 4.0 skills, language learning-based technology solutions, and virtual internship solutions. It will be exhibited in three sectors. Assistive technology for inclusion is among other concepts on display at the exhibition. According to an education ministry official, more than 10,000 people flocked to the exhibition on the first day.

    At the 3rd G20 Education Working Group Meeting, scheduled for 27-29 April, the foundation’s literacy and numeracy, technology-enabled learning, future jobs and research collaborations are among the priority areas for deliberation. is.

    The conference will provide formal-level deliberations on four identified priority areas: basic literacy and numeracy, technology-enabled learning, future jobs, and research collaboration.

    The first meeting of the G20 Education Working Group was held in Chennai earlier this year, followed by a second meeting in Amritsar last month. Three supplementary meetings of the Education Group are expected to take place before reaching agreement in June this year.

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