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New Delhi. June 25, 2011. Sixty-eight film and television students were awarded the prestigious Asian Academy of Film and Television diploma at a glittering convocation at the Marwah Studios in Film City Noida.
It was the 71st batch that passed out in the two- decade long eventful history of this internationally renowned school that has produced more than 9000 media professionals from 81 countries across the globe.
Speaking on the occasion, former deputy chief of the Indian army General N.S.Malik paid rich compliments to the revolutionary growth that is evident in Indian mass communication, in particular the electronic media. He said because of the transparency and accountability of India media, Indian borders were safe and secured in the hands of the armed forces.
Sandeep Marwah, President Marwah Studios was proud of the growth and contribution that AAFT alumni has made and was confident that this process will continue with the outgoing batch as well.
Ravi Kumar, Chairman of Indian Translators Association acknowledged that the students who joined AAFT from Latin American countries like Peru, Mexico and Colombia were doing exceedingly well courtesy the training they got the Marwah campus.
Renowned photographer Dheeraj Paul said the training in still photography was of the highest standard that laid the foundation for the future film-makers among the alumni of AAFT.
Popular TV channel functionaries Atul Aggarwal of India News and katyayini of P7 invited the passing out students to come and join their media houses as AAFT students carry a high level of credibility.
AAFT Dean, AAFT proposed a vote of thanks and highlighted the events like fourth cellphone cinema festival and promised that the next session will be full of pleasant surprises.

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