Eighteen universities and colleges throughout the country have signed an MoU with the MESC to offer Bachelors of Vocational Courses in gaming, animation, filmmaking, and visual arts. Along with the universities, MESC will provide practical training for the courses and will be responsible to make sure that the youth gets opportunities to learn and explore their careers.
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“Skills education forms the backbone of development of any nation that helps cultivate skilled youth and workforce which is the need of the hour.” Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said at “Manthan”, an academia event organised by MESC and the HRD Ministry.
Renowned filmmaker and Chairman of MESC Subhash Ghai also explained the scope of work in the media and entertainment industry after these courses.