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IGCE : The institution functions under the renowned A.C.T Educational and Charitable Trust and seeks to empower students meet the educational challenges boldly and effectively in a globally
competitive arena. Indira Gandhi College of Education was established in the year 2009. It is approved by NCTE and affiliated to Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University. The college was started by eminent educationalists and philanthropists with a view to serve various sections of the society by providing them quality education. The college was started with an aim of imparting quality teacher education to the rural students who are socially and economically weaker in our society. The primary objective of the institution is to promote human values and empower the rural poor through academic excellence. The college offers B.Ed Programme and with the intake of 100 Students as approved by NCTE.

The dynamic and highly motivated youth are the backbone and harbingers of the society and they play a crucial role in the social, economic and cultural progress of the nation. Aftermath of the
pandemicis marked with unprecedented changes in all the fields, especially in the field of education at various levels. Though online education gaining momentum during the pandemic has been a
welcoming change, it has brought its own repercussions, Mass education without a focus on quality, commercialisation of education, unrealistic aspirations of the stakeholders, lack of proper guidance and counselling, to name a few, have created attitudinal problems, academic stress, burnout, deterioration, and loss of respect for learning and learned, that is, the teacher. Nourishing relationships, cordial social interactions, social awareness and relationship management are
the need of the hour for today’s youth to become empowered, empathetic global leaders of tomorrow.


  • To create a forum for academicians, researchers, policymakers, teachers and students to assess and analyse the role of social intelligence in building better society
  • To pave way for the researchers to explore in line with the latest trends
  • To create awareness about the much needed human capacities for the personal and societal development among the stakeholders.
  • To plan a roadmap for strengthening the field of education at all levels and work towards students

Indira Gandhi College of Education is organizing a National Conference on Cultivating Minds and Nurturing Hearts- Unlocking the potential of Social Intelligence in Education. Authors are invited to
submit their original contributions on the following areas but not limited to these areas alone.

1. Social intelligence and school environment
2. Social intelligence and leadership
3. Social intelligence and emotional intelligence
4. Social intelligence in higher education
5. Social intelligence and Artificial intelligence
6. Social intelligence and life-skills
7. Social intelligence and personality development
8. Social intelligence and academic success
9. Social intelligence and women empowerment
10. Social intelligence and inclusiveness
11. Social intelligence in the digital age
12. Social intelligence and cultural competence
13. Social intelligence and social media

1. Teaching social intelligence skills in schools.
2. Nurturing social intelligence in children and adolescents.
3. Parenting strategies to promote empathy and emotional
4. Developing social intelligence for better interpersonal
5. Techniques to recognize and manage one’s own emotions and
those of others.
6. The role of empathy in understanding different perspectives.
7. Verbal and nonverbal communication skills for building
strong relationships.
8. Active listening and its impact on fostering connections.
9. Overcoming barriers to effective communication.
10. Embracing cultural differences and promoting inclusivity.
11. Enhancing social intelligence in multicultural environments.
12. Leveraging social intelligence for successful teamwork.
13. Creating a positive and productive collaborative atmosphere.
14. Social intelligence as a vital aspect of leadership.
15. Ethical considerations in using social intelligence for
16. The role of self-awareness in enhancing social intelligence.
17. The impact of social intelligence on Mindful practices.
18. Social intelligence skills in professional settings and its
19. Overcoming challenges of digital communication.
20. Balancing virtual and in-person social intelligence.

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