August 28: Ncell has partnered with the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology and RatoBangala Foundation (RBF) to organize the second International Conference on Quality Education 2019 (ICQE2019).
The conference, which was held from August 24-26, featured more than 75 expert-led presentations, 60 workshops, 14 parallel sessions, focusing around the theme of ‘learning by doing.’
Over 700 participants, including more than 300 government level teachers from 55 districts, attended the three-day conference. Experts from Singapore, the United States, India, China, and Bangladesh had also participated in the conference as trainers.
According to a press statement issued by Ncell, ICQE 2019 with MoEST and RBF, aims to empower education from the roots by delivering special skills, knowledge, and expertise within the education sector to help empower in aspects such as skills training, enhancing early-childhood education and knowledge sharing with those involved in the education sector at large.
Furthermore, the press statement adds that the post-conference workshops are scheduled to be organized at each of the seven provinces with a focus on quality education at early childhood education.