Jamshedpur, June 28: Training program on ‘Animation Video Making’ began at CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory on Tuesday, June 28.
The national training program has been launched under the banner of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Integrated Skill Initiative Program. The training will be conducted for four days from June 28 to July 1.
The objective of the training program is to provide training and exposure to Animaker software to school students and other interested individuals. The basic purpose of this training is to impart basic knowledge of animation and multimedia presentation to the participants as the knowledge to create high-quality animation on the desired topic.
The highlights of four-day training are- Introduction to Animaker, Character Making, Scene Making and White Board Animation
Dr. Mita Tarafder, Head, KRIT Division of CSIR-NML in her welcome address discussed the importance to understand the subject of animated video making and have knowledge of this for school students to include creative content while presenting a new idea or concept. She wished all participants to have an engaging training experience.
The guest speaker of the evening program was Rahul Raman, a graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Amity University, Jharkhand.
As expressed by Raman, video making with animation is a subject by itself that is in high demand in entertainment and other industries. He gave an overview of Animaker software and showed several demonstrations using templates available with the paid and free versions of the software.
His session was very interesting as the participants took a lot of interest and interacted with the speaker.
The virtual program was attended by around 40 students and individuals having various professional backgrounds.