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Prospectus 2018
Film & Television Institute of India
Law College Road, Pune 411004
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CONTENTS
1. About Film and Television Institute of India
2. Administrative Structure
3. Departments of Specialization
4. PG Diploma and Certificate Courses in Film Wing
• Overview of Curriculum
• Description of Specializations
• No of Seats, Eligibility and Selection Criteria
5. PG Certificate Course in Television
• Overview of Curriculum
• Description of Specializations
• No of Seats, Eligibility and Selection Criteria
6. Fee Structure
7. Allied Departments and Sections
8. Hostel & Facilities
9. Reservation Policy
10. Rules, Information & Instructions
11. Administration
12. About Pune
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1. ABOUT FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA (FTII)
History
Established as 'Film Institute of India' in 1960 on the erstwhile Prabhat Studio
premises at Pune, FTII boasts of a rich legacy of quality education in cinema. The
Television Wing, earlier located in New Delhi, was shifted to Pune in the early 70's,
bringing together the training in film and television under one roof. The Institute was
renamed 'Film and Television Institute of India' in 1971. At its inception, the
Television wing was concerned mainly with in-service training to personnel from
Doordarshan. However, over the years, it has developed into a full-fledged
educational department, offering intensive course in Television with core
specializations.
Philosophy
Designed for a new generation of storytellers, as well as visual and performing artists,
FTII takes pride in the talent that it attracts from all corners of the country. Students
from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to join the full-time, hands-on, intensive
academic programmes in various aspects of film and television. Small class sizes
ensure individual attention and extensive interaction among students and instructors.
Collaborative exercises and projects prepare students to become professionals in their
respective fields. In addition, celebrities and renowned professionals from the film,
television, and media industries frequently visit FTII to share their knowledge and
experience with students.
Collaborations
FTII is a member of CILECT, an international association of film and television
schools (Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision). In
addition, FTII also collaborates with many renowned film, TV and media schools all
over the world to conduct student exchange programmes every year.
Awards & Accolades
Films made by the students and alumni are well received in film festivals in India and
abroad, winning National and International awards every year. The alumni have left
an indelible imprint across all facets of cinema, television and its allied industries.
Significant National and International awards won by our students and alumni include
• Dadasaheb Phalke Award
• The Padma Awards – Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan & Padma Shri
• National Awards for short films, features as well as documentaries in various
categories
• Oscar (Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences)
• Awards and screenings in international festivals such as Cannes, Berlin,
Venice, Sun-dance, Rotterdam.
• Awards and accolades in IFFI, MAMI, MIFF, etc.
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2. ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF FTII
FTII functions as an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Information &
Broadcasting, Government of India, and is registered under Societies’ Registration
Act of 1860.
The FTII Society is headed by a President who is a well-known personality from film,
television, arts, literature or academic fraternity. The President of the Society also
functions as the Chairman of the Governing Council (GC) and the Standing Finance
Committee (SFC). This position is currently held by Shri. Anupam Kher.
The Governing Council (GC) is constituted from amongst the members of the Society,
and as the apex body of the FTII. The Council is responsible for making all major
policy decisions of the Institute in consonance with its aims and objectives. The GC,
in turn, appoints the Academic Council (AC) and the Standing Finance Committee
(SFC), who are responsible for advising FTII in policy matters related to academics
and finance.
The Director of the Institute serves as its Executive Head and implements its policies
and programmes. Shri Bhupendra Kainthola is currently the Director of FTII.
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3. DEPARTMENTS OF SPECIALIZATION
Departments of specialization in Film and TV wings design and execute the Post
Graduate Diploma and Certificate Courses respectively. Breadth and depth of the
curricula offered is guided by the philosophy of each department, in tandem with the
larger pedagogical objectives of the institute.
While each department is responsible for running the course in their own
specialization, they all work together to impart an integrated and multidimensional
learning experience. Staffed with award-winning faculty, passionate about cinema and
dedicated to education in Film and TV, these departments are also provided with stateof-the-art facilities and equipment to offer industry-standard training.
As the nature and number of courses undergo constant revision to stay at the forefront
of the emerging styles and techniques, new departments have been established and
newer courses of varying duration launched. This evolution has made FTII a richer,
more diverse and vibrant place to learn.
Film Wing
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