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Asian Education Group

Asian Education Group is the largest centre for media education in Asia. Established in November 1986, the group’s history is a story of innovation and pioneering new technologies. Spread out in about two lacs square feet area in two campus in Noida including one in sector 125 and another in Film City Noida, Asian Education Group, the education arm of Marwah Studio Enterprise, is in media education now for twenty seven years. It is a family of 10000 media professionals from 90 countries of the World. It has been highlighted and awarded more than 100 times all over the World.

At Asian Education Group, there is a single minded focus on addressing student needs. We are clear that it is our responsibility to help our students realize their goals in an increasingly competitive world. From academic excellence to leadership qualities, a nurturing environment to cutting-edge infrastructure, AEG offers everything you need to succeed, for a challenging tomorrow. Our academic, administrative, technical and support staff continues to build a reputation for providing a variety of services that create flexible, affordable and accessible programs.

The president of the group, Mr. Sandeep Marwah, is one of the founders of the fastest growing film city of the world at Noida in the National Capital Region. The Film City, planned and promoted by Mr. Sandeep Marwah in 1987, is now a hub of satellite television news channels in India. The first two film production facilities in the Film City – Marwah Films & Video Studio – established by Mr. Marwah, has been a nursery to a number of Indian satellite TV channels including, ATN, Jain TV, Zee TV, NDTV, Sahara TV, India TV and Mahua TV. About 3000 television programmes and feature films for over 70 satellite TV channels have been made at this facility.

Asian Education Group has made a foray into feature film production & short films. Marwah Films & Video Productions has set a world record by producing close to 1600 short films directed by the foreign nationals of Asian, African and European Countries as well as the USA.

On the suggestion of Indian Media and Entertainment Industry, Marwah studios had established the first ever film school Asian Academy of Films and Television (AAFT) in the private sector in 1993. Since then, this film school has become a popular destination for creative geniuses across the world. AAFT has the distinction of having so far trained nationals of 70 countries of the world. Asian Education Group now imparts traditional and new media education at the graduate and post graduate levels in another institution named Asian School of Media Studies. This center of higher education is successfully functioning since 2004.

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