Press Note

Press Note

D J Education & Training has been started by the Director of St: Jude’s Public School and Junior College,KotagiriMr.SamjithDhanarajan. He will don the mantle of CEO while the proprietor of the company is Mr.DivijAdonSamjith.

D J Education & Training has been started keeping in mind the large ‘youth conundrum’ in our country. The larger vision of D J Education & Training is to ‘upscale the skilling experience ‘ with job oriented programs thus adding value to this large resource of the nation by converting it as ‘A Demographic Dividend’.

We have chosen to kick startthis primary vision by partnering with MAAC[MayaAcademy of Advanced Cinematics] to bring technology skills in a high growth industry of Animation, VFX in Cinematics and Gaming to the enterprising millennial.

Why MAAC India as a partner ?

Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC) is the media & entertainment education brand of Aptech Ltd. MAAC operates through a network of centres worldwide, and has prepared lakhs of students for jobs in the media & entertainment industry. The Academy provides quality education in animation, visual effects, gaming, filmmaking, multimedia, web design, graphic design, and more through job-oriented courses.

MAAC courses are thoughtfully designed by experienced faculty to provide student thorough insights about the dynamics of the multimedia and animation industry. Students at MAAC get the opportunity to work in a studio-like environment, practice on industry-specific software, attend course-specific workshops and participate in studio visits.

It holds the exceptional ability to offer its students a wide range of well-defined course curricula. The interactive sessions designed by MAAC along with the experience of industry experts motivates and provides its students with a professional platform to learn, upgrade and showcase their talents.

Potential Job Opportunities

The Media and Entertainment sector in India grew at13.4%, more than the nominal GDP OF 10%, to reach INR 1.67 trillion in 2018 compared to 2017. It’s further expected to cross INR 2.35 trillion by 2021, at an annual growth of 11.6%.

The development of India’s digital infrastructure has given a boost to gaming as a segment, which witnessed significant growth in 2018.

The film segment also grew mainly due to the international revenues generated by Indian films. India also regained its stature as an efficient and high – quality outsourcing destination which led to corresponding growth for animation, VFX and post – production business.