Ignited Edubirds Announces the Winners of National Education Acme Awards - 2018 in Delhi

SI TeamIgnited Edubirds, a market research and brand management company, announces the results of its National Education Acme Awards – 2018, which was conferred to 30 winners in five different levels for outstanding performance in education sectors around India. Held at Crowne Plaza, New Delhi, the aim of this awarding was to find and reward progressive initiatives, innovations, excellence and exemplary work in education sector.

Speaking on the occasion, Swati Priya, Founder & Director, Ignited Edubirds, says, “Each winner has exemplified excellence and
typified the very best of teaching practices and educational innovations. These winners are enhancing young lives on a daily basis by giving them proper guidance, immaculate skills, inviolable courage and unlimited curiosity”.

Instituted in 2017, Ignited Edubirds’s initiative ‘the National Education Acme Awards, 2018’ was introduced to identify the achievements and the work done by individuals and institutions in bringing in quality education in the country. The event was categorized into 30 categories and 30 winners were chosen at five different levels for signifying their contribution, achievement, dedication, ethics, innovative initiatives and excellence in the education sector.

With over four months of research and survey process on the received nominations, the awards were the result of determined efforts from Ignited Edubirds, along with an independent jury panel which analyzed the entire process and finalized the winners. Other guest panel consisted of some elite personalities such as famous Indian cricketer and national cricket coach - Madan Lal, and Indian astrologer & motivational speaker - Jai Madaan.

“We understand that true education can make a real difference and that is exactly what all the winners here can take pride of. These recognitions will further strengthen their ability to steer their objective through turbulent times, apply the best of the professional modules to manage and keep their missions afloat,” adds Swati.