Start Up India Program Continued at Marwah Studio

oida: A series of programs have been designed at Marwah Studio to motivate youth to be entrepreneur under Prime Minister’s Start Up India drive. Speakers are coming from different strata of life that all have done something for them selves without any government assistance.

“I started by business in a humble way today I can say that I have well established my business, what you need in life is a kick start. Grab this opportunity which has been provided to you by your institution” said Bhuperder Singh Bedi Vice Chairperson of International Human Rights Organization and a self made businessman.

Education must be taken seriously at this institution; I did my course five years back and learned all the segments of filmmaking. Now I am settled in Australia and doing well foe my self” motivated Akshay Saxena of AAFT 69th batch.

“From only a office assistant to self made journalist, news paper owner and web portal I am more than satisfied with what I am doing. At least I have job satisfaction,” said S.S. Dogra journalist from Dwarka.

“A large variety of businessmen with no background of business can change the thinking of young mind to get into entrepreneurship than only looking for job” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studio.

The session was continued by Dr. Raj Nidhi Sharma renowned consultant and conducted by Dr. A.K.Srivastava. Later Marwah presented life membership of International Film And Television Club of AAFT to the distinguished guests.

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