MAAC launches its high end 3D Animation and VFX training centre in Bowring Road, Patna

MAACMaya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC), India’s leading educator in high-end 3D Animation and Visual Effects, today announced the launch of its centre in Bowring Road, Patna. This is the second centre of MAAC in the region & 83rd Centre in India. The centre is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure to train students on the latest 3D Animation & Visual Effects technology. 
The new centre will offer the entire range of advanced cinematic courses such as, Advance Diploma in 3D Animation EDGE (AD3D EDGE), D3D, VFX, etc. with a focus on offering comprehensive career programs. The centre launch was felicitated by dignitaries like Shri Awadesh Narayan Singh Chairman, Legislative Council Bihar, Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Ex Health Minister, Govt of Bihar, Dr. Jagdish Sharma MP Jehanabad,  Arun Sinha MLA & Shajan Samuel Sr. Vice President MAAC (India) .
Mr. Shajan Samuel Sr. Vice President MAAC said, “India’s animation and gaming industry is growing exponentially. Hence, at MAAC, we strive to offer students comprehensive education in the growing field of 3D Animation and VFX. The requirement for trained manpower has increased manifold. I am sure that our Bowring Road Centre at Patna would empower students to encompass the strategic areas of this industry, by achieving superior training and extensive curriculum and become specialists in the world of 3D Animation and VFX”.
Speaking at the launch of the new centre, Shri Awadesh Narayan Singh Chairman Legislative council Bihar “We are Glad that MAAC has opened its Centre at Bowring Road, Patna. Shri Awadesh Singh lauded MAAC for this initiative and said students of Patna now have a great chance of fulfilling their dreams.
Mr. Akshay Anand Centre Director MAAC Bowring road, said he was happy to join hands with MAAC to bring quality education in new age media to the youth of Patna. He was hopeful that students of Patna build successful careers in the media and entertainment Industry by training through its Bowring Road Centre.