Whistling Woods launches School of Media and Communication with an MBA program
WWISMC officially started its academic session from July 25th, 2011 onwards and is a two year, full-time Post Graduate Program, offering a wide range of subjects to choose from, all under one roof. Leading industry professionals from their respective fields of expertise like Mr. Mukesh Sharma, Deputy Director General, Doordarshan; Mr. Praveen Nagda, MD, Peregrine; Mr. Brian Tellis, Chairman, Fountainhead Promotions and Events; Mrs. Chitra Mulani, Corporate Communications head for Tata AIG; Mr. Ravi Gupta, former CEO of Mukta Arts & Acting Dean of WWI; Rahul Puri, Executive Director of Mukta Arts and Subhash Ghai, Chairman, WWI were present to encourage the new aspiring bunch of enthusiastic students entering the media and communication industry. The guests speakers had an insightful session with students after inaugurating SMC with lighting of the lamp.
Mr. Subhash Ghai, Chairman, Whistling Woods International encouraged the first batch of students on their first step towards a new goal and said, "This course will give you all a unique opportunity in different fields like journalism, audio-visual production management, advertising management, and events management to corporate communications. I am grateful to these leading industry professionals who are here to share their expert guidance with the students and I am hoping that you grab this opportunity and make the most of it."
Mukesh Sharma, Deputy Director General, Doordarshan motivated the students and advised, "There is no shortcut to success without hardwork and focus; the world is testing you for your future. Be obsessed with your work. You have to value the inner matter as the outer crust has no value. Find your value within yourself and you will be successful."
This new initiative of Whistling Woods will present paramount opportunities to their students to wholly exploit their talents and capabilities for a lucrative career in the media industry. With a light hearted yet informative, the session came to an end paving a new path for this new maiden batch of media professionals.