The Uttar Pradesh government will set up a film institute in the upcoming film city in Noida
Bengaluru: In a development that will put Uttar Pradesh hold its head high with pride, the government will set up a film institute in the upcoming film city in Noida.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken keen interest in the project and it will come up on a land measuring 40 acres,
In this school, aspirants will get training in various genres related to film and TV production such as direction, production, choreography, editing, screenplay writing and sound recording, and also learn the nuances of acting.
The establishment of theme-based amusement parks will also give popularity to film city as a tourist destination.
"The Chief Minister said that the reputed filmmakers, directors, studios, technicians of the world should be consulted, so that their inputs might help making the film city of Uttar Pradesh a world class destination. He said that efforts should be made so that the shooting can start here by the year 2022," a spokesman said, as quoted by Swarajya.
Uttar Pradesh government takes several measures to create awareness
Apart from giving importance to infrastructure, the Yogi Adityanath government has also taken several measures to protect girl children. In its Mission Shakti programme, the government has empowered girls to tackle any sort of danger.
Named 'Prashasan ki Paathshala', it was held in February in various districts.
It is to be noted that the district magistrates and other administrative officials of each district were tasked to enroll girls for classes.
The administration also hosted sports activities for girls to give them more confidence. Furthermore, it l also distributed prizes to winners.
Apart from these, the officials also held campaigns to create awareness on domestic violence act, dowry prohibition act, sexual harassment of women at workplace (prevention, prohibition and redressal) Act 2013, through seminars and classes.
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Last Updated Mar 2, 2021, 1:44 PM IST