Noida: Representatives of nine countries participated including Nigeria, Tajikistan, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Vietnam, Nepal, Afghanistan, Ghana and India in an international conference on Changing Trends in Media and Skill Development organized by the Skill Development Council of ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry in association with Ministry of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship, Government of India at Noida Film City.
The case study of oldest skill development school-Asian Academy of Film And Television with its 101 international and National organizations was the topic of the discussion.
Edirin Patience from Nigeria noted down the presence of Sandeep Marwah in Nigeria and the role of Indo Nigerian Film Association. Raju Prasad Sah from Nepal appreciated the appointment of Marwah as Chairperson of Indo Nepal Cultural Forum by the Prime Minister of Nepal H.E. K.P. Sharma Oli. Fida Mohammad Salih from Afghanistan liked the idea of Marwah Studios of producing films in joint venture with Afghani film director under Indo Afghanistan Cultural Forum.
Heman Bissessur from Mauritius valued the meeting of Marwah with the Prime Minister of Mauritius H.E.Anerood Jugnauth. Sachithra Darshana Perera from Sri Lanka was informed of the visit of high profiled delegation from Sri Lanka at Marwah Studios.
Bahrom Rahmatov, Saidkarim Rahimov, Sattor Fakerov, Sharafdzhon Razzokberdiev, Abdurakhmon Nadzhmidinov, Gulsun Muminova and Savriniso IIyosova from Tajikstan, Nguyen Thanh Hoa from Vietnam, Francis Yaw Adu Boateng and Kawsara Osman from Ghana also spoke on the occasion.
Sandeep Marwah was later honored with the tittle Global Cultural Minister for his untiring efforts in bringing the whole World close to each other through art and culture. Ashok Tyagi Secretary General ICMEI, Dr. K.D.Gupta Senior Environmentalist, Dr. V.K.Goswami NASA Representative and former Vice Chancellor and Isaiah Anthony Writer from Nigeria were also present there.