Arena Animation opens its new franchise In Mehdipatnam

June 10-2019
Arena Animation opens its new franchise In Mehdipatnam; 6th Centre in Telangana

Powered by Aptech, India’s premier educator in high-end 3D animation and visual effects, Arena Animation has recently launched a new franchise in Mehdipatnam. With this, the new centre becomes the sixth centre in Hyderabad, Telangana.

To cater to the growing need of skilled human resources in the industry, Arena Animation, which has been a big name in animation and VFX training across the country, covers a variety of programmes like advanced concepts in animation, visual effects, gaming, and multimedia from the leading experts of the industry.

The centre was formally inaugurated by Secretary of Information Technology (IT) Department of the Telangana Government principal secretary Jayesh Ranjan. He congratulated Arena Animation and Madhav (Mike) Reddy for the new centre and said, “Telangana is a state that heavily advocates higher education to all. The state has also been working on adapting its policy on animation, visual effects, and comics sector (AVGC) to boost the industry in the state and can provide great impetus to the development of the state. The Government of Telangana is committed to providing an ecosystem for the AVGC Sector, and trained human resources in the media and entertainment industry is the need of the hour.”

Some of the career courses include AD3D EDGE, ADMD, VFX Plus, Max Pro, and Maya Pro which will be handled by the most experienced trainers in real time environment. The centre will also offer next-gen training programs in Trinity 3D, VFX Film making and Gaming Courses in Game Art, Game Design and Game Development.

Commenting on the inauguration, Aptech assistant vice president Shajan Samuel added, “With over 23 years of experience, Arena Animation is focused on facilitating the youth with the right skills required for the future industries. We have trained over four lakh students globally since our inception and are extremely elated to proclaim that we are committed to empowering the youth of India in their journey to fulfill aspirations. Setting up a world-class animation institute in Mehdipatnam at this point is aligned with the cause of the government.”

The animation sector in India has been growing at a steady pace over the past few years and reached Rs 17 billion in 2017, registering a growth of 13 percent over 2016. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11 percent till 2020.

According to a recent FICCI report, the Indian animation and VFX industry is growing more than 20 percent and the growth of the sector is expected to get a boost in the coming years.

Madhav (Mike) Reddy

Being the proud Business partner of Arena Animation Mehdipatnam, Reddy mentioned, “With Arena Ameerpet being the first, this is my second franchise of Arena Animation. I am pleased with the support that we are getting from Aptech to deliver the courses most efficiently. As envisioned, this centre is well equipped with the state of art facilities, strong placement support, and is committed to providing contemporary quality education to the students. It will offer the full range of Arena courses and focus on career programs. The students not only get exposure to the new age equipment used in industries but also to implement technical knowledge in practicality.”

Besides being running multiple successful businesses in different sectors, Reddy is also the general secretary of Telangana VFX, Animation and Gaming Association (TVAGA). He is the most active member in the association and contributed with his brilliant ideas and suggestions for building a healthy AVCG ecosystem in Telangana state.

The Mehdipatnam Franchise of Arena is owned by him, who’s also the founder of Rotomaker India and has special privileges of getting support from real-time production team and guaranteed placements in Rotomaker production.

Rotomaker is one of the top Visual Effects outsourcing companies in India that bears a reputation for working on more than 2000 VFX projects from which the majority of them being blockbuster Hollywood movies.