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National Seminar On Muti Media at Noida Film City.

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“Develop an attitude towards changing technology and update your self blend with sincerity and hard work, I assure you from my experience that you will never be a looser in life” said Dr. Bhisham Narayan Singh the former Governor of Tamil Nadu and Union Minister, Government of India talking to the delegates from India and abroad while inaugurating the National Seminar on Multi Media-its Opportunities and Challenges at Marwah Studios, Film City Noida.
“It is going to be the age of Multi Media. Animation Industry is the fastest growing industry in India. ‘Hanuman’, ‘Ganesha’, ‘Roadside Romeo’ are some of the examples of foreign collaborations with Indian Animation Industry which is expected to grow at 24 percent to USD 0.94 billion by 2012.” informed Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios and Director of Asian School Of Graphics And Animation.
“I am ready to support this well organized institution to any extent, well educated and trained manpower has an ample scope in this industry today” said P.S. Sundram, Managing Director of Technomedia Solutions and guest of honour.
“We at Asian School of Graphics and Animation (ASGA) now providing all the facilities to our students to experiment anything and everything in Multi media to grow in this field”., said R.K.Singh, Dean ASMS and ASGA..
The seminar had three session and topics were covered by Prof Harshvardhan, Director Academics ASMS, Arindam Roy of McCann-Ericson, Biswamohan GM Liqvid eLearning Services (p) Ltd, Sanjay Mehra from India News, Ashok Mahiwal, GM, Frame boxx & MAAC, Mukul Wadhwa of Level One Communication.
Later all the speakers were honored with life membership of International Film And Television Club of AAFT .The seminar was supported by International Public Broadcasting Forum, International Children’s Film Forum, Radio Noida 107.4FM.and International Film And Television Research Centre.

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