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Lintas and Northpoint start media course

05-May-2007
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Lintas and Northpoint start media course

Northpoint Centre of Learning at Khandala is beginning a course called ‘Professional Programme in Advertising, Media and Communications’, which will commence from July 2007. This programme will be in association with Lintas India, the communication company that is part of the Interpublic Group, USA.

The course will be a one-year full-time programme designed to combine theory and practice for a career in advertising, media or marketing communications. Practical internships in leading organisations in the field will also be a part of the course, and senior academicians and practicing managers from the industry would impart training.

Admissions are open to graduates from any stream.

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