CBSE and Media And Entertainment Skills Council have teamed up to offer students the opportunity to upskill

Parijat Chauhan

Parijat Chauhan

CBSE has signed an agreement with Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) to help equip students with the skills they need to enter the workforce. This partnership will allow CBSE and MESC to work together to create opportunities for students and provide them with the resources they need to be successful.


The CBSE and the Media and Entertainment Skills Council are teaming up to provide students with the skills and education they need to succeed in the media and entertainment industry. The partnership will offer students access to industry-relevant training and education, so they can be better prepared for the challenges of the media and entertainment industry.

This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in pursuing a career in media and entertainment. With the help of this partnership, they will be able to get the skills and education they need to be successful in this competitive industry.

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By signing an agreement with the Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC), the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) hopes to contribute to the development of skills in students and society as a whole. The main goal of this agreement is to improve education and training in the media and entertainment industries so that CBSE can identify the best programs to offer across different schools. This way, students will be better prepared for future job requirements in these sectors.


This agreement will be beneficial in several ways, one of which being the provision of details on technical know-how in establishing computer labs, sound and production studios, and various other facilities which shall be required for the successful delivery of programmes. Furthermore, teachers will also get to benefit from participation in various industry events, webinars and workshops led by key stakeholders.


“MESC will be offering series of Interactions and Workshops for students on preparation for various national and international competitions and will also be working closely to develop and execute “Art Olympiad”. Specific modules related to the same will be developed by MESC and with be offered across schools through CBSE,” MESC said in a release.


The CBSE in partnership with the MESC are organizing a series of awareness camps across the country to help educate and inform school principals of the importance of integrating media and entertainment related programs and modules into their curriculum at various levels. In addition to the workshops and seminars, the principals will also have opportunities to visit industry sites, meet with professionals and experts in the field, and gain first-hand experience that they can bring back and share with their colleagues.

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Akash Biswas
Akash Biswas
8 months ago

Ican Do This .Ilove Education