About  Webinar

About this Webinar

The education framework is facing the much needed upliftment with the introduction of New Education Policy (NEP), which will ensure independent learners thrive and will also bridge the gap between global citizens.

To explore the journey ahead, the International Baccalaureate (IB) and Digital Learning have collaborated on a virtual seminar Developing independent learners and global citizens - dialogues around the IB’s education framework traversing the NEP arena, on 1 December at 10am (IST).

Webinar key objectives


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Rashima Vaid Varma
Secondary Principal
Prometheus School
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Asha Latha Ravishankar
PYP and MYP Coordinator
Sunshine Worldwide School
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Chandrei Chowdhury
PYP Coordinator
Amity Global School
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Mahesh Balakrishnan
Development and Recognition Manager
India and Nepal
International Baccalaureate

Webinar Key Takeaways


Brief of IB's education framework


Understanding the anchors of independent learning


Role of NEP increasing access to learning

Who should participate

School owners, policy makers, principals and experts in the field of education will come together to discuss the critical issues for creating a locally rooted yet globally connected pathway.


Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate (IB) pioneered a movement of international education, and now offers four high quality, challenging educational programmes to students aged 3-19. The IB gives students distinct advantages by providing strong foundations, critical thinking skills, and a proficiency for solving complex problems, while encouraging diversity, curiosity, and a healthy appetite for learning and excellence. In a world where asking the right questions is as important as discovering answers, the IB champions critical thinking and flexibility in study by crossing disciplinary, cultural and national boundaries. Supported by world class educators and coordinators, the IB currently engages with more than 1.95 million students in over 5,500 schools across 160 countries. To find out more, please visit www.ibo.org.


The digitalLEARNING is Asia and Middle East’s premier monthly magazine on innovations in education, focussing on Information & Communication Technology’s (ICT) role in it. Published since 2005 in print and online formats, the monthly magazine raises awareness about how ICT is enhancing the scope and quality of education. Over the years, the Magazine has earned an unmatchable recognition for itself, offering a 360 degree perspective of the education landscape while touching almost all segments and industry stakeholders.