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Pearl Academy wins laurels from ASSOCHAM & FICCI

06 March 2021: Pearl Academy has added two more feathers in its cap. Firstly, the leading Institute for Design, Fashion, Creative Business and Contemporary Media, has won the National Education Excellence Award 2021 in the “Best Design Institute” category for the sixth consecutive year. The award was presented at the ASSOCHAM 14th National Education Summit. Ms. Seema Mahajan, Academic President, Pearl Academy and Emanuel Maia, Dean, School of Creative Practice received the award from Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.

Secondly, Pearl Academy is also the recipient of this year’s “Excellence in Creative & Performing Arts” award by FICCI. Prof. Nandita Abraham, President, Pearl Academy received the award during the 16th FICCI Higher Education Summit 2021.

Pearl Academy is India’s leading creative education institution as per industry surveys by ASSOCHAM, India Today- MDRA, Outlook-Drshti & I-CARE, The Week- Hansa, Business of Fashion, and The Economic Times. Leading names from the world of design, fashion, media and business recruit Pearl Academy students, year-after-year, with a placement record of 99%. Top recruiters include IBM, Accenture, Walt Disney, Capgemini, Innovacer, Byju’s, Ritu Kumar, Anju Modi, H&M, Myntra, ITC, Aditya Birla, W, GAP, Burberry, BBC News, Scoop Whoop and many more.

So, both ASSOCHAM and FICCI awards are a strong reflection of Pearl Academy’s continuous innovation, technological, infrastructural and educational progression, according to Nandita Abraham, President, Pearl Academy. The institute has been at the forefront of providing the best of design and creative education through tech-driven modern pedagogy, relevant industry exposure and globally enhanced curriculum and faculty with rich academic and industry experience, she added.

“The pandemic has posed several serious challenges for educational organizations – be it the continuity of the academic cycle or the quality of teaching and engagement in the virtual mode. However, it has also created an opportunity to re-think and re-invent the entire teaching and learning process. In a short span of six months, we not only transitioned to a complete virtual campus but implemented a unique immersive-creative-learning-framework, developed highly engaging pre-semester learning modules and have now equipped our students to set up their home studios,” says Nandita Abraham.

Pearl Academy offers 40+ under-graduate, post-graduate, and professional development programs in design, fashion, business, and media through its campuses in Delhi-South, Delhi-West, Jaipur, Mumbai and Bangalore.

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