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ZEEL announces internship opportunity for Fest-O-Comm 2015 winners

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MUMBAI: Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication (SIMC), PG, Pune will conduct its annual flagship event Fest-O-Comm 2015, presented by Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL). The academic, cultural and sports extravaganza will be held from 11-13 February, 2015. The three day celebration will revolve around the theme, ‘The Art of Storytelling’. Every year, Fest-O-Comm brings students from over 100 colleges nationwide and has witnessed a footfall of over 4000 students in the past.

Zee global head HR Rajendra Mehta said, “At Zee, it has been our constant endeavour to give talent the right platform. We invest heavily in nurturing and developing talent by offering several career growth programs. Every employee at Zee is considered as a partner and not just an employee. Being a truly Global Media Company we have more than 12 nationalities of people working with us at our offices worldwide. With an objective to retain the ‘Best Media Company To Work For In India’ title and to achieve the right mix of talent from the field of Media we are confident that our partnering with SIMC will lead to prolific results.” 

With a host of events ranging from creating a TV show to grueling case study competitions, Fest-O-Comm 2015 brings together creativity and talent on a common platform. Midival Punditz, one of India’s leading fusion and electronica music groups, will enthrall the audience with their lively tunes. Participants get the opportunity to test their intellectual mettle with several academic events like digital strategy and integrated marketing communication competitions. Cultural competitions range from dance to filmmaking. Sports enthusiasts are not left far behind, with badminton, football and cricket keeping the excitement on the field high.

SIMC director of (PG) Chandan Chatterjee, Pune added, “Our vision for the future spans greater recognition as an institute with proven academic standards and higher industry interactions. Our dedicated effort is towards enhancing creative business acumen among our students to facilitate the growth of media houses and agencies in the domain of Brand Communication, Media Management, Public Relations, Digital and Research and developing skills in creative content generation through our Audio-visual and Journalism programmes.”

SIMC has created a fest that attracts participation from several renowned B-schools and media colleges across the country. In the past, the fest has also hosted industry bigwigs, like Madhur Bhandarkar, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Sudhir Mishra, Anurag Kashyap and Karan Oberoi. Last year, the institute hosted SIMCinema Rewind 2014, a unique festival that celebrated talent and individualism through its theme of films. SIMCinema Rewind 2014 had Amitabh Bachchan presiding as the chief guest.

This year, as part of Fest-O-Comm 2015, ZEEL will have the Zee Entertainment Talent Platform, a stage that tests innovative and critical thinking of participants. Not only will participants get a chance to showcase their work to a panel of judges from Zee, the postgraduate winners of the Zee Entertainment Talent Platform will be awarded an internship with the network. Exceptional performers among the participants also stand to win a pre-placement interview with ZEEL.

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