Entab participated in the 51st National Convention and General Body Meeting 2018, hosted by All India Association of Catholic schools (AINACS), from October 18 to 21 at City Montessori School in Lucknow. With the objective of finding solutions to the emerging challenges in Catholic education, the annual convention ensured it was a splendid hub for more than 500 attendees including the heads of various eminent Catholic schools in India.
Entab was delighted to receive a recognition award at the convention. We organised a booth at the conference where our group of dynamic and proficient speakers provided in-depth insights into our products and company. It proved to be quite productive as we received tons of constructive feedback from our existing clients, who came to attend the conference. We also sponsored a luncheon for Fathers, Brothers, and Sisters on the second day of the event.
The annual convention turned out to be a melting pot of various stakeholders in education, from diverse regions and boards of education like Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), and other state boards.
AINACS Annual Convention witnessed several eminent speakers such as Archbishop Thomas D’Souza, Chairman of the CBCI Office for Education and Culture, Philippe Richard, Secretary General of the International Association for Catholic Schools, and George Kurian, Vice Chairman of the National Commission for Minorities.
Apart from the remarkable networking opportunities with numerous powerhouses, the much-anticipated conference proffered learning and interactive sessions on modern educational trends.
Entab partook in the Annual Conference 2018, organised by Unaided Schools Management Consortium (USMAC), on November 9 at Renewal Centre in Kaloor, Kochi, Kerala. The conference laid emphasis on the concerns of the minority institutions and their privileges.
Entab’s presentation on technological edge in modern education and its flagship product Campus Care, India’s most preferred School Management Software, struck a chord with the audience. We had our Kerala regional team present at the booth set up at the conference. It turned out to be an excellent opportunity for us to interact with our existing clients as well as the key partners of the education ecosystem.
With the aim to connect great leaders, the conference was successful in bringing together the torch bearers of quality education under one roof. Benny Behanan, United Democratic Front (UDF) convenor, graced the occasion as the chief guest.
Dr Cyriac Thomas, Former Minority Commission Member, Sr. Biji Jose, Member of Child Rights Commission, Kerala, and Mr Joji Paul, Resource Person for CBSE CoEs were also among the eminent speakers. They shone a light on issues such as child rights and revised affiliation bye laws of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).