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Subhash Ghai's Whistling Woods on a winning path

May 14, 2008 4:24:08 PM IST
Bollywood Trade News Network
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Since the birth of Whistling Woods International on 18th July 2006 to train film makers, actors, producers, technicians and animators with a two year intense hands on training programme with world media and cinema exposure, the institute has received the maximum number of applications from all over that the institute may need to drop 60% of the applications due to the limited seats.

"There have been thousand of hits on its website every week, that shows the coming generations have realized the importance of professional training in this maximum paying media industry today", said Chaitanya Chinchlekar, Senior Vice President-Business Development.

The first batch of graduates will pass out in July 2008 and there are already 20 media companies for campus recruitments to pick up talent, technicians from WWI. Adding to this, Subhash Ghai said, "More than that I am amazed at the fast growth in talent and maturity as professionals in most students in senior batches of all the disciplines. I must thank the team of professors ad stalwarts from the industry who have shared their knowledge and experiences with all the love and affection."



 
 

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