Ministry of HRD and MESC organized ‘Manthan’ at Hyderabad; deliberated on enhancing Skill Development between Media & Entertainment Industry and Academia

Hyderabad: Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) with support from Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD), Government of India organized “Manthan” – an Academia Meet at Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad today. This platform was for the dignitaries to connect, exchange ideas and build relations for career opportunities for the coming generations. Manthan was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Shri Subhash Ghai, Renowned Film Maker, Educationist and Chairman-MESC alongwith Mr. Subba Rao, Sr. Economic Advisor, Min. of HRD, Govt. of India, Mr. Rajeev Jalnapurkar, CEO – Ramoji Film City and Mr. Mohit Soni, Chief Executive Officer – MESC amongst others. The event brought together academicians, media and the entertainment industry and was focused on the skills training and career opportunities in the Media and Entertainment Industry. It also highlighted the possibilities of an association between Media and Entertainment Skills Council and participating esteemed Academic Institutions.

The event also showcased the unveiling of “Creative Warriors”, MESC’s specialized programs in B.Sc. courses in Performing Arts, Animation and VFX and Film Making and would also include Graphics, Gaming and VFX etc. at a later stage. This will provide the students with complete and in-depth knowledge in their chosen trades and equip them with job ready skills. The universities concerned are empowered to take up these courses through their colleges, while autonomous colleges are readily empowered, and other colleges can take up these courses with their university approval.

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