Month
July 2021

I have lived in a small town my whole life. Since I was a kid, I knew I would have to move out for college. A great deal of preparation went into making sure I got into a good college and out of this small, orthodox town. A year has passed, we are still here...
The ever-changing dynamic in the media industry, combined with the advent of rapid digitization, has altered the landscape of storytelling immensely; resulting in a huge impact on the PR industry. To provide insight into this, Mrs. Sonali Yohan Irani, an expert in marketing, spoke to Batch 2022 on 4th June, 2021. With almost 10 years...
in a move no one saw coming the world suddenly came to a halt so did all our plans- we’d thought a new journey awaits us it’s finally time to escape home and everything rotten that comes with it the world, however, chose to come to a halt and with it, so did our plans....
Hannah Singh, from SCMC batch of 2023, has written an article which was published in the Asian Chronicle in their June edition, Volume VI. In the article, called “5 Ways to Stay Self-Motivated,” Hannah writes about key habits to motivate us to put our goals into action. The Asian Chronicle is a Faridabad-based publication house...
Following their win at IIT-Bombay’s Eureka, Disha Khandelwal and Bikes24x7 have once again performed wonderfully at the Unicorn Pitches India event by winning 2nd place! Disha, who is a second-year student at SCMC, is an integral part of the Bikes24x7 team. Disha applied for theUnicorn Pitches India competition, where companies pitch their ideas, and are...
On 3rd July 2021, Symbiosis Centre for Media and Communication, Pune had the honor of hosting as a guest speaker internationally acclaimed Indian film director, writer and producer, Mr. Bharatbala Ganapathy. He addressed the students on the practical aspect of working in the film and advertising industry; as well as, dwelling on the art of...
On June 24, 2021, Mr. Chetankumar Sangole, the head of sustainability at  Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Agriculture gave a lift to our third-year media students folding in sustainability with their professional skills. Although the majority of his talk was technical, we could see how the intricacies of environmental science are linked with day-to-day...
My parents first mentioned SCMC in an attempt to pacify my lambasts as I sat 6000 miles away from them. There I was, a journalism student halfway through my degree in Sydney, unsatisfied with my course and horrified at the fees it demanded. It was in that moment of anger that I decided to make...