The 78th IPSC Principals’ Conclave came to a grand finale on December 4, 2017 at The Punjab Public School. Day-3 was wholly a brainstorming experience for delegates. Dr Sumer Singh gave an enlightening talk on the topic “Secularism in Education”. It was followed by Ms Seema Jhingan giving an excellent talk on the topic “Legal Issues in Education”. She took many queries of Principals pertaining to various legal angles concerning multiple issues in schools. The post-lunch session was devoted exclusively to a panel discussion on the topic “Education in 2050”. The panellists included Dr Sumer Singh, Mr BK Sood, Mr Pramod Sharma, Mr BR Dubey, Capt (IN) VK Verma, Cdr (IN) VK Banga, Capt AJ Singh, Ms Nishi Mishra and Lt Col Amit Dagar. Moderated by Dr Manisha Sahni, the discussion projected future scenarios in education. The ideas that emerged out of the whole exercise included amongst others travelling classrooms, invisible campuses, keyboard lifestyle, difficulty in finding out who is intelligent with everybody having access to information and planning for family. The delegates were felicitated by Mr BK Sood and Dr MV Prasad. In his closing address, Cdr (IN) VK Banga, Chairman, IPSC called upon the Member Schools to take the IPSC forward in keeping with the times. Finally, the Retreat Ceremony brought the curtain down on the historic event.