April 30, 2016
New Delhi: It is the right time for school children to opt for their courses and institution of their choice. We have been able to provide the platform under the third Career Guidance Fair 2016” said President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee at Gurdwara Rakabganj, New Delhi.
“The destinations are glamorous, lucrative and roads to your goals may be attractive and fascinating but what you need is the willingness and ability to walk on these roads. Willingness comes within and ability through proper education and training” said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios & Asian Education Group.
“Students should take time to makeup their mind what career they want to join so that they should enter into the college with firm decision and can concentrate in studies from the day one. There are many options available to students now, they should not get confused with career fair” said Dr. Nupur Prakash Vice Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University For Women.
The fair was opened with great pomp and show. More than 3000 students were present there in the first half of the first day. The fair is for two days. All schools of Delhi were invited to be part of the show.
April 29, 2016
British Journalist, filmmaker and graduate of Film studies from the renowned Asian Academy of Film And Television, Marwah Studios in India produces documentary based on the well known beauty pageant. The British film maker used his valuable experience and journalist skills, whilst spending almost a year in the company of 52 beauty queens to reveal the hidden truths about the much talked about Miss England pageant. The contest received over 22,000 entrants last year alone.
The documentary titled Miss England: A Serious Business, follows the journey of five winning hopefuls; Stephanie Hill of South Yorkshire, Krishna Solanki of Redbridge, Rosie Thomson of Birmingham, Jade McQueen of Surrey and Holly Desai of Leicester as well as interviews with Pageant Director Angie Beasley and critics of the contest who believe the idea is backwards and sexist.
Producer Romail Gulzar said: “Around 15 to 20 years ago Miss England was a huge deal – it was even televised, but suddenly it disappeared overnight. While there is both support and opposition to beauty contests like Miss England, it is our job as documentary makers to present the facts in a clear and non-biased manner, which is exactly what we have tried to do.
“I hope the audience not only enjoys watching the film, but is also better informed about the industry before making up their minds about the work carried out by Angie and her team.”
Some topics touched upon within the documentary include the large amount of charity work carried out by the Miss England team, which amounts to a near £1m being raised in the past 6-7 years. Other issues include skin colour, sexism and unhappy contestants.
Angie Beasley said: “There are far worse things that young women can do that are far more degrading than taking part in a competition like this. If you’re going to protest about it being degrading to women then you should get your facts right.
“I congratulate Romail for the wonderful documentary he has produced and wish him all the best for his venture,” said Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT.
April 28, 2016
ICMEI Celebrates Mother’s Earth Day
Earth Day was first celebrated in the United States in 1970 and is organized by the Earth Day Network. Its mission is to broaden and diversify the environmental movement worldwide and to mobilize it as the most effective vehicle to build a healthy, sustainable environment, address climate change, and protect the Earth for future generations.
“With this year’s theme, looking forward to its 50th anniversary, Earth Day Network sets the goal of planting 7.8 billion trees over the next five years” informed Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and ICMEI.
“We are here to remind you all that we all have to respect our Earth as Mother. Keep in mind that we have to serve this Earth with best of manner” said Dr. K.D.Gupta Chairperson of Environment committee of International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry speaking to the students of Ursline Convent Senior Secondary School, Greater Noida.
ICMEI has taken a decision to organize large number of programs of informing and motivating students of different schools of Delhi/NCR on Mother Earth Day under its environment committee. Later the school children planted trees all over the school under the guidence of Principle Sister Nirupa.
April 27, 2016
Music Video Wo Chahtein Released
Noida: The complete team of music video ‘Wo Chahtein’ produced by AAFT alumnus Shashi Prakash Chopra visit alma matter to pay their gratitude to AAFT for the marvelous training they have received even in their short term courses that they could produce a professional level film.
“We are proud of the team as all the participants are from AAFT and they have done a commendable job to keep the flag of AAFT flying at the top” congratulated Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT.
A story based music video written by Krishna Lal Chandani who also designed music for the same. The cast includes Megha Aruo, Smita Sharma, Shashi Chopra and Krishna. Vijay Aryan directed the film and Devanjan Guha sand the song.
“We are grateful to AAFT for providing us the platform to officially launch the music Video and spread the word in the whole country” said Shashi Chopra producer of the film.
The music video is promoted by Radio Noida 107.4FM and MS.TV. The film can be seen on you tube.