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Manipal Academy to start computer animation course

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Mangalore , Nov. 10

MANIPAL Institute of Communication - a constituent of Manipal Academy of Higher Education - will start a six-month fast-track course in computer animation.

A press release said here on Thursday that the course aims to produce skilled personnel in the areas of advertising, graphic designing, art direction, creative visualisation, film and television, layout designing, pre-production, post-production, interior design, game development and simulation.

More details may be had from http://admissions.manipal.edu, the release added.

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