Professional Specialization in Film & TV direction

The Film and TV program of study is designed for developing independent-thinking, creative, effective and responsible professionals in the field of film and television.

Accordingly, the curriculum of Film & TV covers subjects such as Creative Writing, Video Production, World Cinema, Indian Cinema, TV Basics, TV Programming etc in the area of Film & TV; Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media, in the area of Mass Media; introduction to marketing, finance, making business plans, research methods in the area of management sciences and offers an exposure to Humanities, social sciences and select fine and performing arts. The program is designed to develop analytical, creative and business skills among the students and to sensitize them about the society and surrounding environment.

The Film & TV program thus offers an extensive understanding of the medium of film and TV along with insights into the field of mass media in general. Students are also trained in research methods that enable them to conduct research-oriented studies. The program also provides a real life exposure to the students by taking a field project in the said discipline.

The Environmental Studies major combines methods of natural sciences, physical sciences and social sciences. It draws on the disciplines of physical sciences, natural sciences and public policy studies. It equips students to develop a critical understanding of the environment and significant environmental issues through the study of both scientific concepts as well as their implications upon the socio-economic aspects. The courses are designed to include laboratory experience, field work experience, as well as social science based project experience. The Program specific courses introduce students to basic concepts in the fields of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology, Earth Sciences and Environmental Studies; which then forms that basis of their advanced scientific training in the areas of Climate Change, Biodiversity, Remote Sensing and Environmental Impact Assessment. Advanced courses focus more closely on refining the students’ critical abilities by providing training in synthesis and critical analysis. The courses include thematic studies, designed to equip students with skills in research methods and inculcate in them a contextual understanding of significant global and regional environmental issues.

Qualification: Intermediate (or) equivalent to 10+2

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