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FMCC wins two Best B-School awards instituted by Deccan Herald

14-August-2008
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FMCC wins two Best B-School awards instituted by Deccan Herald

Futuristix Media Communication Center has won two Best B-School awards instituted by Deccan Herald. The awards were won in the categories of Best Teacher in Management (North) and the Jury Award. The institute’s efforts to create professionals in the areas of advertising, marketing and journalism in the last four years have been recognised by these awards.

The Jury Award won by FMCC recognises it efforts to train students, many of whom come from small towns and remote areas. According to the Founder Director of the institute, Sajal Mukherjee, “We try to work on the student’s personality, communication, knowledge and skills. Every one of these abilities is very important for a successful media professional.”

The institute has been concentrating on hands on and practical work since its inception. The institute, which has a 100 per cent placement record, has students working for the best known media organisations of the country. These include Network18, India Today, Aaj Tak, and McCann Erickson, among many others.

FMCC has also bagged the Best Teacher in Management (North) award, which was given to Dean Journalism, FMCC, A Ravi Shankar. Shankar has been working in the television industry for over 17 years and has been training students for the last seven years. He has worked with well-known television organisations such as BBC, CNBC, Sahara, ETV, Eyewitness (Hindustan Times Television). In FMCC, Shankar has been training students in the area of television journalism, communication and media management.

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