The third chapter of “Manthan- Impeccable Academia”, a pathbreaking initiative by Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) in collaboration with Ministry of Human Resources and Development (MHRD) will be held on 18th December at the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra, New Delhi. Earlier this year, MHRD-MESC organised two Manthan chapters in Hyderabad and Mumbai. In addition to the huge participation at the event, it also saw more than 15,000 livestreams on Vidyadaan.
The main objective of Manthan is to help Academia think beyond placements and look for a continuous collaboration with the industry. The awareness workshop is on higher education options for job-oriented, industry-integrated Degree courses. The event will focus on the opportunities in the Media and Entertainment Industry while highlighting the possibilities of Association between Media and Entertainment Skills Council and participating esteemed Academic Institutions.
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Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal, Honorable Minister of Human Resource and Development will be the “Chief Guest” and Renowned Filmmaker, Educationist and Chairman MESC Mr. Subhash Ghai will be the “Guest Of Honour” along with Mr. Subba Rao; Sr. Economic adviser for ministry of human resource and development eminent speakers from media and entertainment industry such as Mr. Amit Behl, Indian Theatre, Television and Film Actor; Mr. Manvendra Shukul, CEO – Lakshya Digital Studios; Mr. Ashish Kulkarni, Founder, Punnaryug Artvision Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Mohit Soni, Chief Executive Officer – MESC and many more are scheduled to be a part of the event.
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Specialized Creative Warriors Courses will be introduced by MESC which includes BSc courses in animation, graphics, gaming, VFX, filmmaking, performing arts etc. which will provide the students with complete and in-depth knowledge in their chosen trades and equip them with job ready skills. Creative Warriors is the initiative by MESC which has several training programs. This can really transform the way students acquire education and will help in their emotional development.
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. For more information please visit: http://www.mescindia.org/manthan/.