Hundred delegates from 27 countries of the world participated in the well planned Global Management Summit 2017, at Noida Film City, organized by Ministry of Skill Development And Entrepreneurship in association with ICMEI- International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry.
The Global Management Summit invited delegates from 27 countries namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Russia, Egypt, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Namibia, Zambia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Nigeria, Botswana, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Myanmar, South Sudan, Philippines, Syria, Bhutan, Malawi, Peru, Iran and India.
The summit emphasized on the better management of government and private organizations to optimally utilize the resources of the organization. How to induct love, peace and unity through art and culture in the organizations by the management was the second motive of the summit. The case study of Sandeep Marwah was the main theme of the summit.
“Never ever met a person of such calibre chairing a summit of such a standard,” said Charles Korukuve, delegate from Namibia. “We can never forget the love and respect extended towards us in this summit,” said Bahati Hakimu, delegate from Tanzania. “I have gathered lifetime memories from India,” said Chatti Saloua, a delegate from Tunisia.
“We are thankful to the Government of India for providing such a wonderful opportunity to be together with a global family,” said Haitham Rifky Kamal Hassan, from Egypt. “Indo Tanzania has seen a new wave of friendship with this summit,” added Twaha Bahran from Tanzania, while inaugurating the session.
“It is an opportunity to learn from Sandeep Marwah everytime we meet him. He is a super computer in himself and a one-man army,” said Dr. Rishi Raj Singh, Director in Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India.
The delegates honoured Sandeep Marwah with Global Management Guru Award and Sandeep Marwah presented the delegates with the summit memento and life membership of World Peace Development and Research Foundation.
AAFT- Asian Academy of Film and Television is the first ten best film schools of the world conducting 55 different courses in films, television, media, fashion and new media. The academy has churned out more than 12,000 students hailing from 120 countries of the world. The institution has been bestowed upon more than 200 awards from all over the world.