Commitscions are always going places. Many of them enroll for specialized higher courses or doctoral programmes in leading foreign universities, or achieve professional excellence in their respective fields of work.
Awards and accolades are a way of life for Commitscions.
David Tusing (Class of 2005), Deputy Editor, Gulf News, won the Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards for his article on ‘Metrosexual Male’
David George and GouravMomaya (Class of 2005) were shortlisted in the Radio Features category, in the Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards, in 2005.
Priyali Sur (Class of 2005), Producer and Anchor, CNN-IBN, was presented the NT (News Television) “Young Journalist of the Year” award in 2011.
PinakiSil (Class of 2008), Producer and Editor, NDTV-Profit, was presented the NDTV Best Performer of the Year Award in 2010
PinjalaKundu (Class of 2011), Reporter, The Bengal Post, was awarded best feature in Lifestyle and Cinema category for her ‘Hard-shadowgraphy’ article
MeghaPai (Class of 2010), Staff Writer, Khaleej Times, was awarded the ‘most promising journalist’ by Dubai Shopping Festival in 2012Swagata Award
SwagataMazumdar (Class of 2006), won the Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards for her feature, ‘Trauma of Riot Victims’, in the Radio category, in 2006
Anjali Muthanna (Class of 2006) was shortlisted in the Radio Features category of Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards, in 2006
VasumitaSridharan (Class of 2006) was shortlisted in the Journalism category of Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards, in 2006
RitikaSah and Shreya Dutt (Class of 2010) were the finalists in the Radio Features category of Ibda’a Dubai Media City Awards, in 2009
SamarpitaSamaddar (Class of 2010) was awarded Star Performer of the Year Award at Hanmer PR, in 2012
KoyelMitra (Class of 2011) was awarded the Best Producer Award at Network 18’s WoW Awards for her show on History Channel
Saroj Joseph (Class of 2006) was awarded the PR Achievement of the Year in 2010 in the United Kingdom
Students who participated in the Christ University film fest with their haul of trophies and certificates. The “clapper board” trophy in the centre is the “Overall Champions” prize. The list: Winners -Best Fiction Film (Aadhyant, produced by the AVC students from the Class of 2011, working under the guidance of Cinema Studies Professor Anand Subramanian and with Atreyee Sen as director), Winners -Poster-Making Competition, Runners-up - Film Paper Presentation, Runners-up -Film Quiz. In addition, Atreyee Sen and team win Rs.5,000 for Aadhyant, Srishti Bhatnagar wins Rs.5,000 for her paper presentation, Varun Chhabria wins Rs.3,000 for his digital poster, Srishti and ShobhitSiddharth win Rs.2,000 for the film quiz.
Students Moumita Bose, Srijoyee Ghosh, Devika Sharma, TapasyaMitraMazumder, Madhurima Das, and AnkitaSengupta with the prizes they won at the “go green” media fest at Garden City College.
Ayushman received the PoleStar award for excellence in journalism, arguably the highest award as far as business and technology journalism is concerned, which consisted of a trophy and a citation, from the executive director of Tata Sons, R. Gopalakrishnan, at a ceremony at the ITC Sheraton Park Hotel in Chennai. The article for which he won the award focused on how healthcare, pharmaceutical, and life sciences companies in India are increasingly adopting technology to optimise cost and ensure better health services. Ayushman won the award in the critically acclaimed “Jury’s Special Mention” category.