Noida: 92nd Batch of Asian Academy of Film and Television marched towards professional world of film, television and media after accepting their prestigious diplomas of AAFT, an institution that is a pride of India.
H.E. Radu Octavian Dobre Ambassador of Romania to India handed over esteemed diploma certificates of AAFT to 90 students from the stream of films, television and media. “The quality education at AAFT has brought a huge name to this institution. It is now the turn of students to prove their caliber in the professional field. They should be ready to face all sort of circumstances to raise their level of experience,” said H.E. Radu Dobre while giving the convocation address at Noida Film City.
“Do one good act a day and include the education of traffic to illiterate and literate people of this country. It will be great help to the nation by professional media persons like you,” said T.K. Malhotra President Automobile Association of Upper India.
“Media has already extended its wing in every field of life. Learn more ways of digital media as it is going to be the future of the world,” added R.K. Singh former Engineer-in-Chief Doordarshan, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India.
Deputy Head of the Romanian Embassy in India Ms. Daniela Maria Dobre, Social Worker Mukesh Sharma, Dean, Filmmaker Harsh Narayan, Col. Sarabjit Singh of ICMEI and J.S. Saluja Vice President Association of Asian Union also spoke on the occasion. Sandeep Marwah honored the guests with the life membership of International Film and Television Club of AAFT.