Media & Entertainment Skills Council signs MoU with Colleges
Hyderabad, 28th November 2019: Media & Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) organized “Manthan Impeccable Academia” in Hyderabad recently at India Joy 2019. The largest Congregation of Gaming, Animation, VFX, E-Sports And Entertainment Events in India bringing together prestigious International events in one place to unfold opportunities for Investors, Corporations, Studios, Content Developers, Delegates, Consumers, Hardware manufacturers and students through a series of Networking, Trade Exhibitions, Product Launches, B2B and B2C events. The workshop was for all Colleges/Universities who were keen on learning about Creative Warriors, an innovative skilling approach by MESC.
During this, the Council also signed MoUs with 5 colleges namely, Sri Ramakrishna Degree and PG college, Nandyal, Pithapur Rajah's Government College, Kakinada, Kruti Group Of institutions, Raipur, St. Pious X Degree College and PG college for Women to make the specialized courses available for the students.
Highlighting the initiative, Mohit Soni, CEO, MESC on the occasion said, “Media & Entertainment Industry is growing at an exponential rate but at the same time it is grappling with many Skill Development Challenges including a huge supply-demand gap both in terms of quality and quantity of workforce. Our focus is to create entrepreneurs, who in turn will create jobs bridging the existing job gap in this fastest growing industry. Through this event and the encouraging words and presence from the industry, we are hoping to have many more Manthan sessions.”
MANTHAN is focused on a plethora of opportunities available in the Media and Entertainment Industry. It’s highlighting the possibilities of Association between Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) and participating esteemed Academic Institutions, colleges & universities. MESC is the industry-led sector skills council which was founded in 2012. It is a Not-for-Profit Organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Council has been promoted by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) with financial support from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and set up through the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship to create the skilled resource for the media and entertainment.