Sharp Entry of M6 Batch
The M6 batch of MET IMM was given a hearty welcome on August 09, 2010. These future media professionals were taken through an intensive induction programme spread over seven days. The sessions were thoughtfully planned to give students a preview of what lies ahead for them in the mass media industry. more>>>
PRCAI endorses MET EDPRM!
MET Institute of Mass Media and PRCAI (Public Relations Consultants Association of India), signed an MOU for the Executive Diploma in Public Relations Management Programme (EDPRM) on February 5, 2010. This programme aims to sharpen the skillset of those who aspire to make a mark in the dynamic PR industry. PRCAI endorsed the EDPRM programme and will render active support in areas like research, seminars, industry meets, conferences, awards, faculty, syllabus. more>>>
IMM students Mentor!
MET Institute of Mass Media students Sourav Patnaik, Ruchikaa Kapoor, Janhavi Saraf, were invited to judge the ‘Mese en shot’ film making exercise. It was an intra-collegiate, individual student films festival (alternative to diploma films) by Xavier’s Institute of Communication (XIC). Manoj Lobo, Cinematographer (Mumbai Cutting & Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na fame), Tamil actress – Anuya were the other judges present at the event. more>>>
MET’s French Connection
Mr. Dominique Moisi, Special Advisor to the French Institute of International Relations along with his wife visited MET League of Colleges on 10th March, 2010. Mr. Moisi is one of the foremost experts on International Relations and Geopolitics as well as Middle East Affairs. Mr. Moisi is the Advisor to IFRI - the most prestigious think - tank of France, and was instrumental in setting up the organisation in the late 1970s, along with Thierry de Montbrial. more>>>
IMM redefines pen power!
As part of field reporting the MET Institute of Mass Media, M5 Journalism students have been working on an academic assignment related to Higher Education. They ideated and researched the story under the guidance of Broadcast expert Draupadi Rohera and worked hard to contact the relevant persons. more>>>