Noida: Asian School of Media Studies celebrated its convocation of 2014-2017 batches of undergraduates and 2015-2017 Batches of Masters of Mass Communication and Journalism at Marwah Studios, Film City Noida.
“Students look for this colorful day in their life when they are awarded degrees for their sincere contribution and learning in education centre in chosen subjects. My heartiest congratulations to each and every one,” expressed Sandeep Marwah President of Asian Education Group
“We are friends for hundreds of years, the journalism students must make some powerful documentaries on our India Mongolia friendship. Let the World know our strong relations. The Mongolian Government will be more than happy to welcome you all,” said H.E. Gonchig Ganbold Ambassador of Mongolia to India while inaugurating the session.
“I have not seen better school of journalism than ASMS, so well equipped with facilities and a perfect syllabus for a student to be a complete journalists,” said H.E. Vinod Kumar IFS Indian Ambassador to Uzbekistan.
“When ever I come here I learn a lot. The environment at ASMS is so potent and effective that you feel like learning here. I admire the activities here which take the whole curriculum to new heights,” said Sumit Awasthi Deputy Managing Editor News 18.
“My experience of teaching at ASMS is fabulous. ASMS can compete with any journalism school of the World. I wish students a very bright future,” added Hanna Anzi Filmmaker from Israel.
The former student of AAFT Alankrita Dhaiya had lots of praise for the institution. “Whatever I am today the credit goes to my institution for educating me, training me and grooming me in media. I am so thankful to AAFT for everything that even my better half is also from the same institution,”
Albeena Abbas Associate Dean conducted the whole program and Col. Pradeep Gupta Director paid vote of thanks. Students were honored with the prestigious diploma and degrees of ASMS.