Projects and internships constitute a compulsory part of education at SOMCF. Most importantly, the school lays sustained emphasis on research. With a change in the global order, research is becoming primordially important. In order to arrest this trend, the school employs dedicated faculty members, who ensure that learners have a research focus. The school also believes in industry-academia partnerships. Thus, industry professionals come and share their valuable insights with the learners thereby ensuring that there is minimum gap between what learners learn inside the classroom and what is practiced in the industry.
- Adamas University is the largest University in Eastern India with a 120-acre campus.
- It is the perfect destination for aspiring learners, who would like to pursue excellence in their chosen field in a secured, nature-friendly and vast campus, which can truly be their second home.
- It is a University that is truly dedicated to nation building and offers to train learners for central and state government jobs alongside their degree programmes.
- It believes in character building and strongly emphasizes on ethical education.
- It has a decided industry focus thereby preparing the learners for the industry well in advance.
- Adamas University offers training for competitive examinations and has a School of Professional Studies.
- Adamas University has collaborations with multiple foreign varsities.
Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean, School of Media, Communication & Fashion
A leading media academic and an internationally acclaimed speaker and writer, Prof. Ujjwal K Chowdhury has spearheaded some of the finest media institutes in the country and taken them to newer heights. Formerly the Dean of the School of Media at Pearl Academy in Delhi and Mumbai, Prof. Chowdhury has also been the Dean at Symbiosis International (Deemed University) in Pune and Amity University in Mumbai. He also acted as the Dean of Whistling Woods International in Mumbai. Earlier, Prof. Chowdhury has been a Media Advisor with the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India and the World Health Organization (WHO), India. Prof. Chowdhury is widely believed to have introduced the concept of convergence in media education. He has also supported and mentored a number of amateur movies, some of which went on to bag awards at national and international film festivals. Having made 16 documentaries while working for the WHO and The Nippon Foundation; Prof. Chowdhury has been active in the Green Battles (GB) seminars and conferences in the country and abroad. A known face in television studio debates, Prof. Chowdhury has had a significant stint across multiple media organizations including but not limited to Business India TV, Zee News, The Times of India Group etc.
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