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Film Institutes in Pune

Updated on: Jan 28, 2013
The Institute has certainly come a long way from its modest starting. The Government of Indiaacquired the terrain where the famous Prabhat film company made films for example ‘Kunku’, ‘ Manoos’ ,’ Shejari’ etc. While it was provided for deal and founded the Film Institute in the year 1960.

Presently, the studios from the Prabhat time still maintain to be in use via the students for their different exercises. These studios have been announced legacy sites through the Pune Municipal Corporation.

In 1974, the scope of the Institute was increased to comprise the then quickly rising era of television.

The Television faction, former placed at the Mandi House, New Delhi, transferred to the Institute campus at Pune in the early seventies thus as to getting together preparing in film and television in a common roof, thus justifying the name of the Institute – the Film and Television Institute of India. This faction of the institute has been mainly subjected with conducting in use training to personnel from Doordarshan.

The alumni of the FTII have entered all corners of the Indian Film and Television industry and have polished in all its sections. For example Subhash Ghai, Jaya Bhaduri, Shatrughan Sinha, Mani Kaul, Nasiruddin Shah, Raza Murad, Mithun Chakraborty, Tom Alter, Kanwarjit Paintal, Adoor Gopal Krishnan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Raj Kumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra are alumni of this Institute.

The FTII is an independent body beneath the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India. Its policies are determined by a Governing Council. The present director of the institute is Mr. Pankaj Rag, IAS. The Film and Television is a body of CILECT an international association of film schools.

Film and Television Institute of India

Courses in Film and Television

Course: Direction
Duration: Three Year P.G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Cinematography
Duration: Three Year P.G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Audiography
Duration: Three Year P.G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree With Physics as a subject at Sr. Sec. (10+2) level

Course: Editing
Duration: Three Year P.G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Acting
Duration: Two Year P.G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Art Direction and Production Design
Duration: Two Year P. G. Diploma
Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture, Interior Design or related fields in Fine arts or equivalent Diploma

Course: Animation and Computer Graphics
Duration: One and a half Year Certificate Course
Qualification: Sr. Sec. (10 + 2). Preference will be given to candidates having completed Diploma from fine arts colleges.

Course: Feature Film Screenplay Writing
Duration: One year P.G. Certificate Course
Bachelor's Degree

Courses in Television

Course: Direction
Duration: One Year P.G. Certificate Course
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Electronic Cinematography
Duration: One Year P.G. Certificate Course
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Video Editing
Duration: One Year P.G., Certificate Course
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree

Course: Audiography and TV Engineering
Duration: One Year P.G. Certificate Course
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree With Physics as a subject at Sr. Sec. (10+2)

Two seats in per course are maintained for foreign students or Non-resident Indians. Seats are kept for SC or ST candidates as per Govt. policy of reservations. Seats are kept for persons with disabilities as per Govt. policy.

Courses in Film and Television

FEES STRUCTURE OF THE COURSES

A) Three year Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in Film and Television

Course Title: Direction
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 27,500/-

Course Title: Cinematography
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 27,500/-

Course Title: Editing
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 27,500/-

Course Title: Audiography
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in any discipline with Physics as a subject at Senior secondary (10+2) level
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 27,500

B) Two year Post-Graduate Diploma Courses

Course Title: Acting
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 1,00,000/-

Course Title: Art Direction & Production Design
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in applied arts, architecture, painting, sculpture, interior design or related fields in fine arts or equivalent diploma in any of the mentioned fields.
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 60,000/-

C) One and Half year Certificate Course in Animation and Computer Graphics

Course Title: Animation And Computer Graphics
Qualifications: Senior secondary (10+2), preference would be given to candidates having diplomas form fine arts collages.
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 1,20,000/-

D) One year Post-Graduate Certificate Course in Television

Course Title: Direction
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 50,000/-

Course Title: Electronic Cinematography
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 50,000/-

Course Title: Video Editing
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 50,000/-

Course Title: Audiography and Television Engineering
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in any discipline with Physics as a subject at Senior secondary (10+2) level
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 50,000/-

E) One year Post-Graduate Certificate Course in Feature Film and Screenplay Writing

Course Title: Feature Film and Screenplay Writing
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree    
Tuition fee per year: Rs. 50,000/-

Contact Address:

Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road,
Pune - 411 004, Maharashtra
Tel No.:   +91 - 020- 25431817 / 25433016 / 25430017     
E-mail: tutorial_sec@ftiindia.com
Short Courses: shortcourse@ftiindia.com
Computer Section: helpdesk@ftiindia.com

National Film Archive of India

The National Film Archive of India was started in February, 1964 as a media unit of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. Its primary aims and activities are: to outline, get and preserve for the use of posterity the heritage of national cinema and a representative gather of world cinema, to diversify and document data related to film and undertake and encourage research on cinema and to act as a centre for the broadcasting of film culture in the country, and to encourage Indian cinema abroad.

With main centres at Pune, NFAI has at present three Regional Offices namely, Bangalore, Kolkata and Thiruvananthapuram. Ever since 1969 the NFAI has been a member of FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives) and has played a role in the work of this organization.

Research Programme:


Research Fellowship

The NFAI expands research and academic activities on each facet of cinema in the field of Indian film history. Researchers and students from India and foreign have got to the film and video collection, documentation section and the library.

This fellowship brings a monthly grant of Rs.2, 000 for a time of one year. Further, a contingency grant of Rs.8, 000 will be paid to travel, secretarial help, stationery etc. The project should be based on original research and could be on any subject or feature of Indian cinema – whether it is history, aesthetics, sociology or economics. The syllabus includes theoretical and practical study of the art and history of film and the development of cinema as a medium of art and communication. Film classics both Indian and International will be used for critical analysis and study.
 
Monographs

Those rewarded a monograph project are allowed to a scholarship of Rs.15, 000 as consolidated charge. The project should be finished in six months of receipt of the proposal. The field of the monograph comprises biographical information on any initiating Indian film personality with a complete interpreted filmography, a resume of earlier published material relating to the artiste, a bibliography and 20 to 25 examples comprising some working skills.

Aural History Projects


Per project brings a grant of Rs.400/- per hour of recorded audio time of interview with a maximum limit of Rs.4, 000 for each film personality. First class rail fare and other expenses for example tape recorder hiring charges etc will be repaid. The project should be on any living original film personality and the interview should reveal details of his or her career and emphasize the personality's special contribution to Indian cinema, memorable information about contemporaries and associates, working conditions prevailing during the period etc. A transcription of the interview should be submitted to NFAI along with the audio cassettes. A letter of consent from the film personality to be interviewed should be attached with the application form.

Film Appreciation Course: About three decades the NFAI has been operating a yearly Film appreciation course of four weeks' time in association with FTII. Candidates from different professions throughout India are pictured to the top of Indian and world cinema. Between the major topics taught are the basics of the film medium, cinema as an art, film theory, film history, and the relationship of cinema to other arts.

The NFAI operates small courses on same lines at different other centers in the country in collaboration with film societies, educational institutions and different cultural groups.

The Annual Summer Course in Film Appreciation organized at Pune is primarily intended to gather the needs of teachers interested in initiating film study activities in educational institutions but will be helpful for film society groups, journalists, film critics, Govt. officials operating films and others interested in film studies.

The syllabus comprises theoretical and practical study of the art and history of film and the improvement of cinema as a means of art and communication. Film classics both Indian and International will be applied for critical analysis and learn.

The medium of teaching would be in English.
The applicant should have finished 18 years of age.
The course fee of Rs.6, 000 should be paid by Demand Draft in name of Administrative Officer, NFAI, Pune only after the confirmation of selection. Fees will not be refunded.
Hostel facility will be given through FTII to those who need to benefit of the facility

Hostel charge: Rs.2,500/- + Rs.500/- as service charges total Rs.3,000/- by D.D. only in name of Accounts Officer, Film and Television Institute of India, Pune - 4.

Deposit: Rs.500/-by D.D. Accounts Officer, Film and Television Institute of India, Pune-4.
Deposit Rs.300/- by D.D. only in name of Accounts Officer, Film and Television Institute of India, Pune - 4.

Application duly filled up in the prescribed format along with fee of Rs.200 to be forwarded by crossed demand draft payable to Administrative officer, NFAI, Pune, and can be posted to following address:

National Film Archive of India,
Law College Road,
Pune - 411 004.

The illustrious Rajbaug farms extend on a huge area of 125 acres on the beautiful banks of the Mula - Mutha River at Loni-Kalbhor, Pune, owned to the legendary showman of Indian Cinema - Late Raj Kapoor.

Rajbaug was officially handed over to Hon'ble Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad, Executive President and Director General, MAEER on 4th August 2002, via the Kapoor Family. This place was a comfortable place for the late showman who found high relief over here and had desired that the land be used for social or educational need only. To meet his dream, this place will be converted into a huge educational campus though still maintaining its original silence.

This picturesque area shows peace and tranquility and seems closer to mother earth in spite of being placed in nearby of the busy Pune-Solapur Highway. It can be the only place for the 'Sadhana', the desiring of awareness. Presently it is an autonomous program

Graduate Programmes in Design
(Duration: 4 Years 6 Months or 9 semesters) 
  • Product Design
  • Interior Space and Equipment Design
  • Transportation Design
  • Retail & Exhibition Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Animation Design
  • Film and Video Design

Eligibility

Students who have completed higher secondary education or its equivalent are eligible to apply for the graduate programmes in design. After one year of Predesign Course, students may be able to select any of the design disciplines.

Post Graduate Programmes in Design

(Duration: 2 Years 6 Months or 5 semesters) 
  • Product Design
  • Transportation Design
  • Interior Space and Equipment Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Retail & Exhibition Design
  • Animation Design
  • Film and Video Design

Eligibility

Students who already have completed graduate level study in engineering (mechanical, civil, electrical, electronics, mechatronics, chemical), architecture, interior design, accessory design or any other related disciplines may apply for Post Graduate Programmes in Design.

Graduates in disciplines not mentioned above who think they not only have innovative ideas but can demonstrate their motivation and commitment to realize these ideas in tangible forms are also encouraged to apply.

Admissions

Prof. A. M. Chakradeo.
Dean, Design Habitat.
+919822462155

Mr.Vinayak kulkarni
Head Admission.
+919850994211
E-mail: admissions@mitid.edu.in

Mr. Vijay Jagtap
Admission Officer
+919763715974
 Human Resource
Supriya Michael
Tel:+91-20-39210184
E-mail: hr@mitid.edu.in

Training and placement

Mukta Khanna
Training and placement Co-ordinator
Tel: 91-20-39210169
E-mail: placement@mitid.edu.in

Address: MAEER's MIT INSTITUTE OF DESIGN
Rajbaug, Loni-Kalbhor,
Pune-412201.
INDIA Tel: +91-20-39210183/122

Fees Structure (Design Programmes) For the Academic Year 2008-09

Particulars

For Indian Nationals (INR)

For Foreign National (USD)

Admission form

1,000/-

30$

Tuition Fees

1,10,000/-

6,000$

Development Fees (One time)

30,000/-

1,500$

Security-Deposit(Refundable)(One Time)

10,000/-

3,00$

Hostel Charges(Boys)

33,000/-

1,500$

Hostel Charges(Girls)

25,000/-

1,500$

Mess(Yearly)

30,000/-

1,500$

Total Fees(Boys)

2,14,000/-

10,830$

Total Fees(Girls)

2,06,000/-

10,830$

Note: 10 % Increase of Fees is expected every year.


Fee Structure (Design Management Programme) For the Academic Year 2008-09

Particulars

For Indian Nationals (INR)

Admission form

1,000/-

Tuition Fees

1,60,000/-

Security Deposit(Refundable)(One Time)

10,000/-

Hostel Charges(Boys)

33,000/-

Hostel Charges(Girls)

25,000/-

Mess(Yearly)

30,000/-

Total Fees(Boys)

2,34,000/-

Total Fees(Girls)

2,26,000/-


Note:  1. Design Management Student will be accommodated in the Hostel as per availability.
           2. 10 % Increase of Fees is expected every year.

Framework Academy, Pune
Framework Academy of Cinema and Television,
Vinayak Arcade, 2nd floor,
Opp. Bajaj Auto,
Akurdi, Pune 411 035
Phone: 091-20-66300341/548, 64104506

Programs: 6, 12 and 24 months diploma program on acting, direction, editing, cinematography and animation

Admissions:
open to students who have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) + entrance examination

Centre for Research in Art of Cinema (CRAFT), Delhi

Center for Research in Art of Film and Television
Siri Fort College, Plot No: 8, Sector 25,
Rohini Institutional Area,
Near Rithala metro station, Delhi - 110 085
Phone: 091 11 32416868, 32916868
E-mail: info@log2craft.org

Programs: 1year diploma program on acting, direction, editing, cinematography, photography, journalism and creative writing

Admissions:
open to students who have passed the higher secondary (10+2) and graduation plus interview and counseling.
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