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JMI launches admission helpline for students

education Updated: Jun 23, 2010 09:23 IST

JMI launches admission helpline for students
The admission process in Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) is in full swing for the academic session starting July 2010. There are quite a few professional and non-professional courses on graduate and postgraduate levels (231 in all) in which record number of application forms have been received by the University.

Keeping in view the increasing number of queries and in order to avoid any inconvenience to the candidates seeking admission to Jamia, the University has launched an admission helpline. Through this facility, the candidates can directly contact the concerned deans of faculty or head of departments or directors of the centre or principal of schools as also other officers of the University.

The contact details of the above mentioned officers along with their e-mail addresses and phone numbers have been uploaded on the University’s website http://www.jmi.ac.in/admission/admissionhelp.htm*

MAAC launches advance diploma in 3D Animation
Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC), announced the launch of Advance Diploma in 3D Animation Edge (AD3D EDGE) — a 27 month comprehensive 3D animation programme with focus on complete process of film making that includes pre-production, production and post-production stage.

The course offers four elective specialisation options in modeling and texturing, lighting and shading, animation, and visual effects. It also incorporates training in various software’s such as Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Maya, Autodesk Mudbox, Eyeon Fusion, Apple Final Cut Pro, and Autodesk Matchover.

This programme is validated by University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and the students will be conferred a dual authenticated certificate by MAAC and CIE, on successfull completion of the programme.

This programme will be made available across MAAC centres in the country. On course completion, students of AD3D EDGE would be able to get openings as modelling artist, lighting artist, render artist, character animator, layout artist, digital sculptor, rigging artist, FX artist, roto artist, match mover, video editor, and motion graphics artist in leading companies.

Application forms can be obtained from the Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC) centres on Monday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. Last date of submission of the form is June 30, 2010. For more information you can visit MAAC Center F-48, Lower Ground Floor, South Extension, Part-1 New Delhi or visit www.maacindia.com

Gyanwave announces the Online Edufair
Gyanwave is organising Online Edufair 2010. It will feature colleges and universities from across India and around the world. This fair will kick off on June 25 and will continue till June 30, between 11am and 9 pm daily.

Yogesh Kr. Tomar, CEO, Gyanwave said, “The aim of the ‘Online Edufair 2010’ is to ensure better accessibility of students to the best institutes, irrespective of their geographical locations. Focus is to nullify all major physical constraints, which a student faces to get themselves enrolled into any higher education course.”

It offers students and their families the opportunity to browse information on hundreds of institutions conveniently at one website, video conference and attend sessions by renowned speakers and live chat with admission representatives from participating institutions. The student community can also avail the online spot admission by being online. For a full list of exhibitors and hands-on workshops, please visit www.oef2010.com