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Third edition of ‘The Edutainment Show’ to be held in three cities

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MUMBAI: The third edition of India’s largest educational exhibition, summit and awards, ‘The Edutainment Show’ is back and upping the ante by showcasing the summit in three cities namely Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata where students can explore exciting career options in Media, communication and design education and participate in informative workshops with media stalwarts.

While the first two years were a huge success in Mumbai, with over 40 top industry speakers and over 4000 students attending the exhibition and summit, The Edutainment Show 2015 grows to 3 more cities creating the largest platform which promises to be a one-stop platform of information, fun and an educational experience (Eduperience) with the leading institutes and experts of Media, Communication and Design education under the same roof.

The two-day event in each city by Event Capital will see the top schools and institutes across verticals like Events, Films, Fashion, PR, Advertising, Radio, Performing arts, Music, Television, Jewellery, Graphic design, Animation design showcasing their courses through an intensive platform that reaches out to the students exclusively. Some of the exhibitors who shall be participating in 2015 edition are Ecole Intuit.Lab, Whistling Woods International , Neeta Lulla School of Fashion, ISDI Parsons,  Laureate Design, BD Somani, Annapurna- ISFM, Mod’ Art International, Pearl Academy,  Istituto Marangoni, Raffles Design International, Amity, SIMC, Srishti, WLC, NIFT, Amity Today to name a few.

The Edutainment Summit 2015 will bring together veterans and field experts in every city aimed at introducing the student community to the specialized fields, develop and expand their knowledge in the chosen industry through interaction with the speakers. The platform is a must visit for students who wish to pursue careers in media, communications and design industry (under graduates, graduates & post graduates). Some of the experts who are slotted to speak this year are Siddharth Kannan – RJ; Roshan Abbas - MD, Encompass; Sophy Shivaraman -Executive Director, Indian Documentary Foundation; Anurag Batra, CEO - Exhange4media and many more.

The Edutainment Awards 2015 will take place in Delhi for which entries from institutes are still pouring in to vie for the top spots. The Awards received an overwhelming response last year with over 20 institutes awarded under various categories and judged by an expert jury panel. For the coming edition, the organizers shall be accepting entries until 20th April 2015. Some of the jury members this year are Dr. Bhaskar Das, Group CEO, Zee Media; Amith Prabhu, Owner- SCoRe; Umesh Upadhyay, President, Network 18;  Durbar Ganguly, Publisher- Editor, Millennium Post Daily; Anand Gurnani, Founder & Director Animation Express; Cyrus Dastur, Founder – Shamiana Short Films to name a few. To avail details on the same, one can contact gitanjali@eventcapital.in .

Deepak Choudhary, Director & CEO, Event Capital says, “The Edutainment Summit has been really close to me. With its third year in India, I feel privileged to see the various institutes and students benefitting from the show and we aim at having 20,000+ students engaging in career discussions and being nurtured from the celebrity in the industry. The idea of evolving in media, design and communication for aspiring students will allow us to work on a bigger and better stage in 2015 and provide a bridge for the unconventional professions to meet the right candidates.”

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