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“You Play-We Give”
Champa Foundation was started by Arvind Jyot Sabhaney, an Engineer and a Media/Entertainment educationalist by profession, in the year 2012.
Champa Foundation provides scholarship for Undergraduate and graduate students in the field of Media & Entertainment in India.
Students eligible for these scholarships are those who have passed Class XII from a recognized board in India and/or under-graduate students from a recognized university in India.
Scholarships are provided in the field of Events / Public Relations / Advertising / Media & Entertainment on a professional discipline.
- • Students belonging to BPL Category; SC/ST Community
- • Students who have passed Class XII from a recognized board in India
- • Final year under-graduate students
- • Students who have appeared in Class XII may also apply
“Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.”
MBA is a popular emerging career for students interested in the field of management. Although a popular choice, most of them back out since it’s expensive. Champa Foundation believes that great leaders are not to be stopped due to lack of finance. Many students take a back seat because of this and do not pursue their higher education. They settle for something lesser. Hence the foundation gifts such deserving students an opportunity to shine and become great leaders.
A small overview of the Media & Entertainment Industry will give an insight into the beliefs of Champa Foundation, to provide an opportunity to the young aspiring minds.
The Indian media and entertainment (M&E;) industry has a massive reach. The industry is largely driven by increased digitisation, growth of regional media, robust film industry and emergence of new media for content delivery. The Indian M&E; industry is projected to grow 11.8 per cent to clock revenues worth Rs 91, 700 crore (US$ 16 billion) in 2013, according to an industry report.
The Indian M&E; industry grew from Rs 728 billion (US$ 13.6 billion) in 2011 to Rs 820 billion (US$ 14.18 billion) in 2012; marking a growth of 12.6 per cent.
Total advertising expenditure (AdEx) across media stood at Rs 327.4 billion (US$ 5.66 billion) in 2012 while advertising revenues increased by 9 per cent.
Print continued to be the largest beneficiary, accounting for 46 per cent of the advertising pie at Rs 150 billion (US$ 2.59 billion). Furthermore, television continued to be a dominant segment in the M&E; industry while new media sectors (like animation/VFX) and Films and Music segments recorded strong growth. Radio is expected to witness great emancipation, post the roll-out of Phase 3 licensing, at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.6 per cent over 2012-17.
Advertisements on mobile phones and tablets have grown from a 7 per cent share in FY 2011-2012 to 10 per cent of the Indian online ad market in FY 2012-2013, amounting to spends of around Rs 230 crore (US$ 40 million).
Social media, email and video advertising constitute 13 per cent, 3 per cent and 7 per cent of the online advertising market, respectively
Champa Foundation, Moulding The Leaders Of Tomorrow.