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MAAC launches its 2nd center in Guwahati
GUWAHATI, MAY 27 (AGENCIES):
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Published on 27 May. 2011 11:44 PM IST
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Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC), India’s premier educator in high-end 3D Animation and Visual Effects, today announce the launch of its centre at Panbazar, Guwahati. is the 2nd center of MAAC in the city and it is located in the heart of Guwahati city. The centre is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure to train students on the latest 3D Animation & Visual Effects technology. The center launch was felicitated by dignitaries like Renowned Film Actress Nishita Goswami. The new center will offer advanced cinematics career courses such as, AD3D EDGE, AD3D NEXT, VFX Plus besides other short term courses such as Max Pro and Maya Pro.
According to Mukesh Jain & Vijay Jain, Business Partners MAAC-Panbazar, the 3D animation and VFX Industry is growing at an exhilarating pace. This is one of the most sought after career amongst the youth. Especially, since India has now become an outsourcing hub for international projects. The requirement for trained manpower has increased manifold. It is sure that our Panbazar centre would empower the students to encompass the strategic areas of this industry, and be a specialist in the world of 3D Animation and \/FX.”
“India’s animation and gaming industry is currently valued at 739 million dollars with a compound annual growth (CAGR) of 32 per cent between calendar years 2005 end 2009. The domestic share of animation revenue stands at 30 per cent which amounts to only 0.6 per cent of global consumption of gaming and animation according to a study of ASASSOCHAM and Deloitte. Hence, at MAAC, we strive to offer students comprehensive education in the growing field of 3D Animation and VFX. At MAAC, we shall always try to better ourselves and provide a global window to the students. We wish the new centre will be an opportunity for the students to achieve superior training and extensive curriculum.”

 
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