ILMA organizes a spectacular media conference of showbiz world


ILMA accomplished a remarkable feat as it hosted one of its kinds 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Media, Films & Journalism.

This star-studded event was organized by the Faculty of Media & Design spearheaded by Dr Yasmeen Sultana.

The aim was to bring to the surface, discuss and propound on topics related to the impact and influences of media-related domains.

The Media has taken on a monumental presence in all fields and professions globally. Everything revolves around this dominant domain with a mesmerizing aura encircling it which makes the audience riveted to it.

In recent years, there have been revolutionary changes witnessed in the media-centric fields which have led to a remarkable difference in the way these key areas have been viewed.

Indeed, the collections of diverse and deeply surveyed papers were able to justify the researches that the young aspiring presenters had undertaken in their study programmes in different universities.

It was quite impressive to note the keen observations, critical analysis, evidence-based findings and well-founded conclusions which were deliberated upon by the comments of the eminent chairs and the co-chairs.

This widely acclaimed conference was an amazing amalgamation of 18 paper presenters, 10 keynote speakers and almost one dozen chairs and co-chairs.

Not to mention the prominent figures from the media industry such as Mr. Javed Jabbar, Mr. Shafi Jamaee, Mazhar Abbas, Faran Tahir, Sarmad Sultan Khoosat and Zeba Bakhtiar among the notable others who graced this conference with their esteemed presence and contributed much to its success.

All the media related academicians, researchers, actors, writers; directors converged on this international platform and inspired the attendees with their inspirational speeches plus presentations.

ILMA was able to reach out in an influential way through this mega-conference to guide and mentor youth towards limitless options in these fields of study and work worldwide.


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