Thursday, 11 July 2013

IIP TAKES THE CHALLENGE OF IMPARTING PHOTOGRAPHY EDUCATION TO THE 6-YEAR-OLD PHOTOGRAPHY ENTHUSIAST

The recently-ended Summer Course batch at IIP was something different from the previous ones; as one of the students, an innocent but enthusiastic 6-year-old child, Sidak S. Kalra, a student of Step by Step School from Noida, was a part of it. It was not less than a challenge for the mentor to give photography teaching to the youngest one. Ultimately this miracle child came out as successful and completed the course to become a certified IIPian.
As per the views received from the faculty attending Sidak, he was very quick in grasping whatever was taught and the way he was reacting to the things was giving an impression of being an inborn photographer. Throughout the course, the child was the centre of attraction for the fellow learners and an awe-inspiring object for other visitors in the institute premises.
It was really a great privilege that Indian Institute of Photography has enjoyed while educating this little photography genius. IIP strongly believes that creativity is an inborn talent and it can be enhanced and nurtured at any stage during lifetime right from childhood to the old age. The way IIP has trained Sidak S. Kalra is a crystal clear indicative of what and how the institute takes budding minds into the world of photography.
Carrying forward its mission of making photography education both accessible and affordable to everyone irrespective of age, caste, status, gender, city and country, Indian Institute of Photography is successfully accomplishing this task with its acute and apt understanding of photography enthusiasts.
IIP offers meticulously designed photography courses; designed and developed by the topnotch Subject matter/Industry Experts. IIP's commitment towards this purest art form with focus on the quality of photographers being produced in the industry differentiates it from the slew of other photography institutes. IIP therefore sees itself as an answer to the long felt-need for a professional institute of photography in India.

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