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CommFEST 2019 takes place this weekend!

This year we have spent time curating the event to bring on-board presenters for topics that represent media across a variety of verticals and levels.

We have picked 7 leading communication specialists to come and share actionable communication-media tips that are working for them in their businesses.

Here are some of the speakers.

· Govindraj Ethiraj, Founder, Ping digital Broadcast

· Suraja Kishore, CEO- BBDO India

· Shristhi Gairoli, Group Head- Digital, MSL Group India

· Deepa Bhatia, General Manager, YouGov India

Get a seat at the COMMFEST 2019 table, and get access to senior media professionals who will provide you with practical insights, discuss case studies whilst sharing their experiences and interacting with you. There is an intercollegiate quiz contest too!

When: Saturday, 23rd November 2019 from 9am onwards at St Pauls Institute of Communication Education, Mumbai

Contact 022-26435709 to make a payment and reserve a seat.

See you there,


Thursday, November 21,2019
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Tata Literature Live! 2019

St Pauls Institute of Communication Education is the proud academic partner for Tata Literature Live! 2019

This fest is free to attend for all.

Registration for the festival is mandatory.
Please note, the festival attendance is on first come first served basis, so registration does not guarantee attendance.
Register online

Wednesday, November 13,2019
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On 29th August 2019, all FYBAMMC students visited the National Museum of Indian Cinema, at Pedder Road, Mumbai. The museum, was designed by the National Council of Science Museums. This museum showcases the rich heritage of Indian Cinema and is housed in two buildings – Phase I, comprising static exhibits tracing the evolution of cinema, in a 19th-century heritage bungalow, Gulshan Mahal, and Phase II, with interactive galleries – in a swanky five-storeyed structure with angular lines and those tiresome glass facades.

Gulshan Mahal features the early history of Indian cinema, starting with that famous first show of the Lumiere brothers’ films in Mumbai in 1896. It moves on to document the evolution of Indian cinema, from the silent films era to the transition to talkies, the pioneers of filmmaking and its game-changers, including GD Phalke, PC Barua, Mrinal Sen etc. It showcases movie posters from the old era right up to today’s modern stage. The new building has its own allure, the kind that technology offers. It consists of four exhibition halls on four different floors– 1st Floor-Gandhi and Cinema, 2nd Floor-Children’s Film Studio,3rd Floor-Technology, Creativity and Indian Cinema, and 4th Floor for Cinema Across India.

The Gandhi section explains Gandhi’s role in cinema. The children’s studio was the most interesting part of the museum for us. It had a glimpse of the technical aspects of contemporary cinema is offered simulated set ups that explain Chroma keying, stop-motion Animation, VFX and Sound effects and Mixing. Level three, with exhibits about technology and creativity that goes in films consisted of an array of cameras, lenses, lights, mixing apparatus with stories of how our filmmakers and technicians used them to create screen cinema. There is a production timeline which is useful in understanding just how much work goes on behind the screens before a film is made available to the public.

The topmost floor was also very interesting. It comprised of the Cinema Across India exhibit, is the history section featuring great films, artistes and filmmakers. It includes short films and plaques on costume and make-up, film music and dance, film festivals, film institutes and bodies, popular foreign locations, legendary studios, documentaries, the influence of art, politics and literature, certifications and awards.

The National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai is as expansive as the country’s film industries and this was a great experience for us especially as we are all media students.

Overall it’s a delight for all movie buffs. This visit provided us with fascinating facts and information about Indian Cinema and its evolution.

We would like to thank our faculty Mrs. Joulyn Kenny for accompanying us, and for planning such an educationally enriching visit.



                                                        - FAAIZA KHAN ( FYBAMMC)

Monday, September 9,2019
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Campus to Corporate|| Orientation Program-TYBBA and TYBSc

The Orientation Program –“Campus to Corporate” was organized for the final year students of BBA (Media and Entertainment Management)

and BSc (Visual Communication) at St Pauls Institute of Communication and Education in the Alberione Hall at 9am on 6th August 2019. Angelina Pereria, a student of BSc Visual Communication was the Emcee for the Program. After a moment of silence in prayer, we started our Program as she welcomed our Assistant Director – Fr. (Dr.) Plavendran to initiate the ceremony.

Fr. (Dr.) Plavendran welcomed the students to the Academic Year 2019-2020. He also motivated the students to have a high visionary goals in their professional life as they move on from Campus to Corporate. Students were introduced to their new semester and the activities that would be held in the upcoming year.

Our new course coordinator Mrs. Joulyn Kenny was then called on stage and we were given insights to our Semester Examination, Rules and Regulations and various suggestions and ideas for the year. She also arranged a Masterclass for the students. The masterclass was about developing effective leadership and decision making skills to achieve long-term and short-term goals. This seminar was made fun and interactive by Gavin Rego, who is the founder and a trainer for Empowered Minds. The session was made entertaining and rewarding through various fun activities.

Later after having a sumptuous lunch, a movie screening was scheduled where Life is Beautiful, a 1997 Italian comedy-drama (La Vita e Bella) based on Nazi-Jewish conditions, was shown. This movie made the students laugh and cry at the same time. After the movie ended, the students had a fun hour of jam session to end the long exciting day.

The program was a real gem to start this upcoming academic year. We thank Mrs. Joulyn Kenny for such a wonderful headstart for the upcoming semester.


Contributors: Anjali Tuse & Rutuja Agnihotri (BBA -3RD YEAR)


Tuesday, August 20,2019
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American Library Visit || July 2019

On 17th July 2019, the FYBAMMC students made their way to The Dosti House, Mumbai - Your American Space, popular as the‘American Library’ at Bandra- Kurla Complex.

Dosti House boasts of a reference and research library with a large collection of print, digital and online resources where you can explore American culture, society, economics, and politics, practice English and learn about studying in the United States.

One of the main areas of the partnership between the American Library and St Pauls Institute of Communication for Women is to empower millennials to be independent communicators, thinkers and learners.

The especially curated library visit, ensured that:

1.All of our FYBAMMC students are introduced to library service at least once during their college life;

2.Young people have an opportunity to learn about the recreational as well as informational resources available at the library; and

3.Students learnt the importance of research, focusing on the use of the library's information resources - across formats including online databases and print.

4.Students get more information regarding the variety of books and materials available at the library, - and an introduction ‘how to search for content’ using the library catalogue and available databases

The collections, digital technology and the wealth of information, overwhelmed all our visiting students.

In addition to a wide variety of books, periodicals, journals, DVDs, English language learning materials and information on studying in the U.S.; the library also organizes and hosts many special events, workshops, and seminars.

After the session, that very day, most of the FYBAMMC students joined the library as members, eager to avail of the services on offer.

As a class, we highly recommend the visit to the American Library!

Contributor: Mrs. Joulyn Kenny 


Friday, August 9,2019
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Saving India Endangered Film Heritage - A Cultural Necessity- Shivendra Singh Dungarpur

A masterclass on saving India’s Film heritage was held at the Alberione Hall at St. Paul’s Institute of Communication Education for Women(SPICEFW) as a part of subject taught in: SYBMM- Understanding Cinema and Cultural studies and in FYBAMMC-History of Media. The class commenced at 10:30 am, on August 2nd, Friday and was conducted by Mr. Shivendra Singh Dungarpur, a national award-winning director, producer and the founder of ‘Film Heritage Foundation’, a non-profit organisation which helps in restoring and preserving India’s cinematic heritage.
The session began when Ms. Rosie Murray, the BMM Course Co-ordinator at SPICEFW, briefed the audience/ students about  event.  Our second year BMM student Ms.Bedarupa Battacharjee introduced the speaker. Fr. (Dr.) Dominic D’Silva, Director and Principal at St Pauls Institute of Communication Education for Women welcomed Mr. Shivendra Singh with a floral bouquet.
Mr. Shivendra Singh’s session was informative, familiarizing the students to the concept of celluloid and how Indian filmmakers have shifted from celluloid to digital technology. He had restored some landmark films of India like Alam Ara and Madhumati. He briefly mentioned his associations with other fellow film traditionalists - like Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese and other famous international directors, as well as well-known Hindi cinema celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kamal Hasan, Gulzar Sahab, Shyam Benegal, Farhan Akhtar, Zoya Akhtar and several other renowned Indian Film directors and artistes from the film fraternity - all of whom have applauded him for his efforts in the field of film preservation.
Later, he showcased some of his spectacularly crafted advertisements, which are an ode to his masterful direction. He shared his ad-film experiences and explained how realism in advertisements can engage masses. The programme culminated with a Q&A session wherein students raised their doubts which was ardently answered by Mr. Shivendra Singh.
Ms. Meghna Misra, SYBMM student at SPICEFW delivered the vote of thanks, thanking Mr. Singh for sharing his knowledge, experiences and valuable time. And the session drew to a close with the SYBMM Student Chief Representative, Ms. Shivani Nair presenting him, with a token of appreciation.

Thursday, August 8,2019
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