Ms. Sushmitha is pursuing M.Sc Electronic Media in the Department of Media Sciences, Anna University, Chennai. She has a keen eye for learning new things and expanding her knowledge base. She is a perfectionist who likes to show a difference in whatever she does. Her working experience in the fields of Public Relations and Advertising made her interests in the field of marketing grow.
As a result of such experiences she played a massive role in organizing a campaign called ‘Clean Hands Safe Life’. On top of that she has also played significant roles in organizing awareness campaigns on Anti-Tobacco, Save Water and Donate Organs. Her contribution to these campaigns was extensive as she also staged and acted in street plays for these campaigns.
Her intainted curiosity in these social activities was born early as she has been involved in such activities from her childhood. Being a part of her school Junior Red Cross she has played a colossal role in organizing various rallies against Child Labor and Deforestation. She has played the researcher role in Kiruba Shankar’s ‘Copy Right and Left: Understanding Creative Commons’ and was instrumental in bringing out of the book. She also has a great passion for writing articles and poems.
Read some of her articles HERE
Ms. T Preethi is pursuing IV year M.Sc Electronic Media in the Department of Media Sciences, Anna University, Chennai. She is a person inspired by every single thought that occurs in her mind and puts it into action at an instant making it an inspiration for others. She has gained experience in various fields such as Public Relations, News Production and Advertising. She is more passionate about corporate communication that makes her feel is appropriate. She had played a major role in a successful campaign called ‘Clean Hands Safe Life’ for Global Handwashing Day 2010.
She has been one of the major contributors in making the book “Copy Right & Left” (www.kiruba.com/books/copyrightandleft) by Mr.Kiruba Shankar a reality.Her creative energies and unstinting support is reflected in her research work for this book which is highly commendable.