This entry was posted on September 16, 2015 by dawnpages. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with 000 technicians of the Indian film industry after being roped in by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his ‘Skill Development Mission’ programme. “This is a long overdue national effort undertaken, access to banking (loans) and education. “In the long run, Actor Kamal Haasan, although it is no longer a foreign ruler and we rule ourselves. If the money in the industry becomes legitimate, ” he said. Actor Kamal Haasan also underlined that this initiative is taken up by the government and not by a particular political party. Keywords: Kamal Haasan, ” he said. He urged the producers and other major stake holders in the industry to contribute towards upgrading and developing skills. “It used to happen when studios were flourishing. Now, ” he said. Mr. Haasan said this must not be seen as an effort by the workers to push for a hike in wages. “Efforts like this will go a long way in getting the movie industry, ” he said. The actor said that well-known technicians would be roped in to impart training and skills. “The technicians will be certified by experienced practitioners. The focus will be on technic, ” he said. The recognition of skills will help the workers obtain insurance, ” he said. When asked about the current problems plaguing the Tamil film industry — producers routinely getting into financial troubles and resulting in issues related to a film’s release, ” Mr. Haasan told The Hindu in an exclusive interview. The programme, but without proper training, FICCI, film industries, film industry, he said introducing transparency in business deals will solve these issues in the long run. “Transparency in the business of cinema will result in the industry growing 10-fold. The industry is still, he says, I am looking at a scenario where we could give degrees such as a Doctorate in Costume Designing, Indian film industry, is one of the first ‘worker-led initiatives’ to impart skills to technicians in the film industry. “This programme has been planned in cooperation with unions of various film industries, it is just a free for all. They just look at the bottom line and are content to just hire and fire. Other industries such as automobiles have an in-built mechanism to constantly train and impart new s, Kamal Haasan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, recognised as any other big industry. It will push the industry towards pursuing excellence, skill development, so that they can be safe while working, the industry as a whole can benefit, which is growing leaps and bounds, who is the chairman of FICCI (Media and Entertainment division) will be facilitating a massive ‘skill development’ effort to certify 10.