If you don't attend this program, you will be run down by a fleet of lorries. In which you can find the ones who are all heading to Symbiosis.
Symbiosis International University is presenting Footprints 09, a forum for media and communication students, on 4th November, at RNR Auditorium. The event will begin at 10am.
Footprints is a property of Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune, in collaboration with Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication (SIMC), a constituent of SIU. Footprints is an annual event that is organized by SIMC, and has been in existence for the past 9 years. It provides an opportunity for aspiring media students to interact with people from various walks of life. This year, the event is being organized in 22 cities across India, and 4 international locations, including Dubai and Singapore.
Footprints is also a platform for all SNAP (the admission test for Symbiosis institutes) aspirants to get an in-depth understanding of the admission process to Symbiosis. The Dean of SIMC will address the audience on all things pertaining to SNAP and the admission process.
This year the central theme for the event is The Green Battle, with an emphasis on the need of the hour - a green country that stands as an essential requisite to combat various natural tribulations.
Guest speakers include:
Jayasudha Kapoor (MLA, Congress Party; Actress)
Dr. Jaya Prakash Narayan (MLA, Lok Satta Party)
Amala Akkineni (Founder, Blue Cross of Hyderabad)
Uma Sudhir (Correspondent, NDTV)
Ajay Shastri (Film Director)
Nagesh Kumar (Resident Editor, The Hindu)
Mark Samuel (Creative Director, JWT Mindset)
Anuj Gurwara (RJ, Singer)
T Anand Mahesh (Director, Mavcomm Consulting Pvt. Ltd.)
Anurag Jain (Chairman, NEEV, NGO)
P Raghuveer (Chief Conservator, Dept. of Forestry)
W G Prasanna Kumar (Director, AP National Corps)
Participants will get an official participation certificate from the Symbiosis International University, which, the institute says, will provide an edge over other participants in the Symbiosis admission process.
Please contact 6515-7558 for further details.