Chandigarh : In order to improve the PISA ranking, Indian students need to build a strong base of skills and conceptual learning. Having identified this need, Educational Initiatives (EI), India’s most preferred education solutions provider, is hosting a conference in Chandigarh on November 27, 2019 at Hotel JW Marriott. Targeted at school principals and teachers, the conference will focus on the scope of PISA 2021 and how to leverage the power of asking good questions in getting students PISA-ready.
With its world-class and internationally recognized student assessment and benchmarking programmes, teacher assessment and need identification, and streamlining of examinations and academic processes, EI can help students from grade 6-9 to get prepared for PISA.
EI’s ASSET test has been recognised and mandated by the Ministry of Education, UAE and the Knowledge and Human Development Authority, Dubai for all Indian schools in the country. It has been serving to provide benchmarking to the schools and helping the government evaluate how the schools have been faring year-on-year so that they can provide required interventions in order to ensure that the schools are on track to meeting the country’s target of performing in the top 20 countries in PISA 2021.