Raipur: Renowned media personality and educationist, Sandeep Marwah, has been honored with a Doctorate in Literature (D.Lit) by a prestigious French university at Raipur for his outstanding contribution to the media industry. The degree was presented to him by the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Bhupesh Baghel, and Dr. Vivek Choudhary, Vice President of Ecole Supérieure Robert de Sorbon, France.
Sandeep Marwah is a well-known figure in the media industry, having made significant contributions as a film and television producer, director, and educator. He is the founder of the fastest growing film city in the world, Noida Film City, the first private film school in the country, Asian Academy of Film and Television (AAFT), and the first professional film studios in North India, Marwah Studios.
He has been instrumental in promoting media education worldwide and has produced 3300 short films and 7500 events, attracting 3 million tourists under film and cultural tourism to Noida Film City. Sandeep Marwah’s vast experience in the media industry, coupled with his academic qualifications, has made him a respected authority in the field of media education. He is the founder of the first-ever Film University at Raipur, Chhattisgarh, which further contributes to the promotion of media education.
This latest honor adds to Sandeep Marwah’s long list of achievements and is a testament to his dedication and hard work in promoting excellence in media education. His commitment to the cause of media education continues to inspire aspiring media professionals worldwide.
The honor bestowed upon Sandeep Marwah by the French university is a recognition of his exceptional achievements and nine world records in the field of media. This latest honor adds to Sandeep Marwah’s long list of achievements and is a source of inspiration for aspiring media professionals around the world.