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Lights Camera Inclusion - Start

As planned, we, YWTC CHARITABLE TRUST, have initiated a basic screen acting course in collaboration with Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) for individuals with locomotor disabilities. The course commenced in the presence of trustees and members of @anandam trust Principal and students of Anandam School, and Mr Jeyaraman, Technical Director of Autotech. We are grateful for the generous support of our hospitality and venue partner, Anandam Special School, and our event partner, 4AT CONSULTING .

We extend our heartfelt thanks to the officials at FTII, Director Mr Sandeep Sahare, Registrar Mr Sayyid Rabeehashmi Sayyid , Dr Milind Damle and Mr Milind Joshi for their continuous support in organizing courses for individuals with disabilities. Anandam Trust Trustees and Staff have made all necessary arrangements to ensure the accessibility of our participants during their stay and course participation. Moreover, they have provided delicious meals that cater to the diverse tastes of participants from different states. Their kindness is truly appreciated.

I would like to express my gratitude to my dear friend Aruna Sharma , who always supports us in organizing such programs.

For one week, I am embracing the roles of both a participant and an organizer in this course. I am thoroughly enjoying my participation in this course, just like all the other participants. Our course director, Mr Sanjay More Thakur is conducting the sessions in a captivating and interactive manner.

Hearty thanks to our volunteers Niraj, Pooja and program manager Aakash Manokaran for their great support in making the arrangements for this program.

Engaging in learning new things always brings about a sense of youthfulness and enthusiasm.

I hold a strong desire to create short films with powerful messages that promote inclusion in society, utilizing the talents of the participants from the courses we have organized, as well as our other volunteer professionals.

We hope to receive the necessary support to turn this vision into a reality.

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