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FMCC to conduct seminar on Careers in Advertising, Media, Communications on February 2

01-February-2006
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FMCC to conduct seminar on Careers in Advertising, Media, Communications on February 2

Futuristix Media Communication Center (FMCC) is organising a seminar on ‘Careers in Advertising, Media and Communications’, in association with HT Horizons, on February 2, 2006 in the Capital.

The seminar has been conceptualised to give students who are graduating, a platform to guide them and help them choose the right career within the domain of advertising, media and communication.

The objective behind such kind of seminars is to help a student, who has the right aptitude, make the right career choice. The unique endeavour by FMCC and HT Horizons has been designed considering the boom in the media industry and the career options available, which will give directions to the students to make the right career choice.

The panel for the seminar includes the likes of Ashutosh Khanna, COO, Grey Worldwide; Dilip Cherian, Co-Founder and Consulting Partner, Perfect Relations; CVL Srinivas, MD, Maxus; Anubha Bhonsle, CNN-IBN, and Anurag Batra MD, exchange4media.

All the panel members will give a presentation on the career options available in their respectable domain, which will be followed by a question and answer session where students can get their doubts cleared by the panel members.

FMCC, which started operations in August 2004, represents a strategic move to enable organisations to draw on talent that has been specially trained to outperform in this high-pressure scenario.

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