SJMC covers the launch of PM's projectUNICEF invited the SJMC social media team at the launch of Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi on November 4, 2016. The team was responsible for live updates on Facebook and TwiTter. There work was greatly appreciated. Read this letter received from UNICEF's Communication Officer: Dear Prof Pervaiz Alam, We would like to express our deepest gratitude to you and your students for participating in the National Launch of the Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan on Nov 4, 2016. We greatly appreciate the enthusiasm shown by your students in tweeting about the significance of PMSMA and thus helping us in spreading the message of safe motherhood to the larger public. Kindly convey our thanks to all the students who were present at the event yesterday. Once again we thank you all for your kind support and sincerely hope to work with you in future on such issues of significance. Regards, Sonia Continue Reading...>>
India - UK Tech Summit (7-9 Nov 2016) Taj Palace, New Delhi
Aditya Berlia, Pro Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University, chaired a discussion on 'How Design Supports Manufacturing' with panelists Kuruchi Kumar, Head of Engg, Rolls Royce, Prof Dale Harrow, Dean, School of Design, Royal College of Art, Dilip Chhabria, Founder, DC Design and Dr BVR Mohan Reddy, Founder & MD, Cyient Ltd.
SJMC to screen 'Young Syrian Lenses'SJMC proudly announces the screening of the documentary film 'Young Syrian Lenses' followed by a discussion of 'Global Refugee Crisis' with Ms Biraj Swain.
Date- September 16, 2016 Time- 1:30 pm Venue- Room BS09, Apeejay Stya University All are invited
Young Syrian Lenses Directed by Filippo Biagianti, Ruben Lagattolla Italy / 2014 / 52 min / Documentary
APRIL 2014. Since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution a bunch of Aleppo rebels relentlessly keep doing the daily job reporting for halabnews.com, providing footage for the top international broadcasters. The source of inspiration for this documentary film is based on the idea of war photographer Enea Discepoli to organize a photo exhibition in Old Aleppo, together with Halab News’ media-activists. Having crossed the border, photo prints in the hand, the continuous bombardments of the Assad’s regime manifest the impossibility to do the exhibition. Here starts the story....that still wants to put in light the work of the young media-activists and at the same time to see through their lenses to tell the story of Syrian tragedy which is unrelenting since 2011. The group of young media-activ Continue Reading...>>