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8th CEGR Higher Education Summit at Marwah Studios

8th CEGR Higher Education Summit at Marwah Studios

Noida: “The credit must go to the institutions who all have done a commendable job during the time of pandemic. Whether it is new technology, investment in equipment, heavy expenditure on infrastructure and manpower, the management of universities, schools and stand-alone colleges have gone out of way to run educational institutions in the most perfect manner,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University & President designated CEGR at the 8th CEGR Higher Education Summit held at Marwah Studios Film City Noida.

Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra the current president of CEGR handed over the baton of CEGR to Dr. Sandeep Marwah and wished him all the best for the coming year. “I am sure Sandeep Marwah has a bigger vision for CEGR and he has the capacity and capability to prove the big change in the educational system of India. I wish him all the success,” said Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra.

Prof. K.K.Aggarwal Mentor and Chairman National Board of Accreditation, Dr. Neeraj Saxena Advisor Institutional Development AICTE, Dr. Ramesh Unnikrishnan Advisor Policy AICTE, Dr. Biswajit Saha Director CBSE, Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra National President CEGR & Chancellor Shobit University, Dr. Balbir S Tomar Chancellor NIMS University Jaipur and Dr. Sandeep Marwah were the main speakers at the summit.

Later Prof. K.K. Aggarwal presented prestigious Gaurav Awards to some of the prominent educationists and institutions for their excellent performance, who all were there to receive their award from all over India.

Ravish Roshan Director CEGR-Centre for Education Growth and Research announced the new National Core Committee for the year 2022 and the forth coming programs of the organization. He also proposed the vote of thanks.

 

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Subhayu Chakraborti Director Says Indian Cinema Is Evolving

Subhayu Chakraborti Director Says Indian Cinema Is Evolving

Exclusive Interviews by veteran journalist Of Bollywood

We are keen to know your journey to world of Cinema. How has it been to be known as a Film director?

-It has been an interesting journey. I have come from the Visual media background. So for me it’s a dying need to make a film. It just occurs to me naturally. I feel that Cinema is a powerful medium and can help in conveying interesting stories and concepts that, I have come across, to my audience.

Filmmaking is a laborious job. So what keeps you motivated?

-For me, film making is not a laborious but a creative job. You are a like a craftsman. It’s a creative process. When you see an art form taking shape which you’ve envisioned, the sheer joy you derive out of it is beyond expression. That is something which keeps you motivated.

As a filmmaker, who are your sources of inspiration?

-Christopher Nolan and James Cameron

How much importance do you give to the script of the film before signing up the project as a director?

-The ground should start from the script. It is a main ingredient. Therefore I work closely with a writer of the film right from the beginning and work on minute details of the script. I would prefer to work on dark stories.

And how about casting?

-Indeed it is important. If the script is the foundation then cast is the body of the film. The people you select for the roles make the proper body of the movie. This implies i-depth research. You should feel that this character is going to play this role apt or is just the one made for that role. At this stage half the battle is won.

What projects do you have coming up?

-Naira, Silbon, The Hara-kiri, One is a company-two is a crowd.

Do you think that Indian Cinema is evolving?

-Yes to a greater extent. After Covid pandemic, Cinema is going Digital. We see huge opportunity in OTT platforms. Fresh content is going to play a key role and new talent is going to help filmmakers too.

Is the taste of audience changing too?

-Yes. Very much. Days of the rosy dream sequences are gone. Today’s audience believe more in realistic and factual content.

Whom would you love to work with? Why?

-Tapsee. She is a versatile actress and give justice to the character she is playing. I feel that as director, one can mold her as per the character requirement of the movie.

What do you think of OTT?

-As I said, as result of Pandemic, OTT’s proved to be a boon. It is the future of Cinema. OTT offers direct streaming services to viewers. Due to this apart from traditional viewers, target audience is changing who have got different taste which welcomes new content and different movie experience. People are getting more access to web series, short films through this OTT platform. So one should look forward to OTT platform with better scripts and fresh content.

  

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