Updated on Nov 16, 2022 06:49 IST
Ritika Srivastava

Ritika SrivastavaAssociate Senior Executive, Editorial

Were you one among the many who were raptured while viewing Baahubali? If yes, then animation can be the course of choice for you. Animation is one of the most sought-after courses these days and why shouldn’t it be, it offers aspirants an opportunity to showcase their talent and creativity, the salary is high and the career growth is good.

In an extremely technical field, aspirants need to ace different software such as – Adobe After Effects, Autodesk3ds Max, Adobe Premiere and Autodesk Maya in order to make a career in the field of Animation. Yes, it is true that to become an animator one needs to possess the required creative flare. However, it is also extremely important that aspirants pursue a course from a reputed educational institute if they wish to carve a niche for themselves in the field of Animation. Aspirants can pursue animation courses at the undergraduate (UG) as well as postgraduate (PG) levels. Apart from these, aspirants can also pursue Diploma and Certificate courses in the field of Animation. 

Eligibility Criteria for Animation

There are many colleges and universities in India that offer undergraduate or postgraduate-level degrees, diplomas, certificates, distance learning, and online courses in Animation. Aspirants who have cleared their 10+2 with passing marks in any stream (Science/Commerce/Arts) can pursue an Animation course at the graduation level. However, most popular colleges allow candidates to take part in their admission process only if they have completed their schooling from a recognised board. On the other hand, to pursue a PG level Animation course, candidates should clear graduation from a recognised institute/ university with a minimum percentage (usually 45% - 60%).

Entrance Exams for Animation

Most renowned colleges shortlist aspirants for admission in animation courses offered by them on the basis of their performance in an entrance exam. The test pattern of these entrance exams is such that the candidates need to attempt questions from subjects such as – Media Aptitude, Reasoning and Logical Deduction, General Knowledge & Current Affairs as well as the English language. Some popular entrance exams for animation conducted in India are listed below::

Skills Required for Animation

An extremely creative field, the Animation industry requires candidates to have a creative bend of mind along with the ability to visualise. Candidates who aspire to join this field need to possess the below-mentioned skillset:

Creativity & Imagination

Patience

Attention for Detail

Drawing Skills

Familiarity with Graphics Software

Communication Skills

Presentation Skills

Ability to Work in Time Bound Fashion

Team Player

Originality and Innovativeness

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Syllabus for Animation 

The curriculum of animation course varies from college to college. Apart from this, the animation subjects that are taught in any course offered in this field are also dependent on the degree that is offered to candidates on completion of the course. To get an idea of what aspirants are taught in an animation course see the details mentioned below:

BSc Animation Syllabus
Elements of Information Technology Introduction to Programming Languages Basics of Animation Foundation Art
Computer Based 2D Animation Multimedia & Computer Graphics Introduction to 3D Animation & Modeling Introduction to Mass Communication & Media Literacy
Technical English 3D Animation Production Process Multimedia
Composing and Editing Colour Theory Layout and Perspective Sketching and Landscaping
Script Writing Content Development Direction Gaming Technology Digital Editing and Motion Graphics
Visual Effects VFX Gaming Production Languages (Tamil/Hindi/French)
BSc in Multimedia and Animation Syllabus
Experimental Animation Foundation course in Classical Animation Principles of Animation Computer Laboratory on 2D Animation
Introduction to 3D Computer Laboratory on Multimedia Animation Techniques Audio Video Tools &Technology
Computer Laboratory on 3-D Graphics Animation Design Computer Laboratory on Interactive Multimedia Advanced Animation Principles Digital Television Production Computer Laboratory on 2D Ink Paint Compositing Techniques
Computer Laboratory on 3D Modelling Computer Laboratory on Web Designing & Development Production for Animation Computer Laboratory on 3D Character Design
Computer Laboratory on Compositing Computer Laboratory on Maya Fundamentals Computer Laboratory on 3D Character Animation Fundamental of Game Technology
Direction for Animation Computer Laboratory on Gaming Technology Computer Laboratory on Advanced Concepts of 3D Materials, Lighting & Rendering Computer Laboratory on Advanced 3D Animation
Computer Laboratory on Advanced Animation Tools Computer Laboratory on Emerging Animation Technologies Computer Laboratory on Game Development Computer Laboratory on 3D Character Design
BA VFX and Animation Syllabus
Traditional Arts & Digital Techniques Basic of Sketching & Drawing Fundamentals of Photography Basic Fundamentals of Film Making
Practical on Film Making Introduction & Advancement of 3D 3D Basics & 3D Environment Design 3D Character Design
Fundamentals of UV Layouts Practical on 3D Design Study of Animation & VFX Look Development
Texturing, Lighting & Dynamics Character Setup & Animation Practical On Dynamics & Character Animation Study of 3D Integrations
3D Rendering & Compositing Match Moving & Video Editing Language Practical on Editing & Compositing
Practical on Editing & Compositing Animation Production Practical on Animation Industry Market Study --
MSc Animation Syllabus
Script Writing & Storyboard Designing Desk Top Publishing Advance Digital Art Photography Cartoon Animation
Audio and Video Digital Editing Sound Editing MAYA (Software)
Digital Animation and Special Effects Interactive Media 2D Animation 3D Introduction and Advanced (Modelling and Animation)  
MDes Animation Film Design Syllabus
Basic Shapes & Sketching Techniques Anatomy Drawing Body Language & Expressions Lights, Colour & Perspectives
Creating Digital Art Animation Concepts Scriptwriting for Animation Adobe Premiere Pro
Character Design & Development Character Design & Development Character Design & Development Storyboarding for Animatics
Visual Scripting with Film Language Editing for Animatics Adobe Photoshop Adobe Audition
Concept Design, Development & Storytelling Techniques      

Besides the above-mentioned courses there are various diploma and short-term animation courses offered in Animation.

Animation Job Profiles & Top Recruiters

Candidates joining the animation industry can work in various production houses. Some of the top recruiters in this field are Technicolor, Byju's, Real Page, Rockstar Games, Embibe,  Xentrix Studios etc.

In order to join the animation industry aspirants need to be well-versed with different software, the demands of the profession as well as changing trends. Candidates who wish to pursue a career in animation can go through the below-mentioned job profiles:

  • 3D Modeller: A modeller builds 3D characters as well as environments basis concept art. He/she creates the model’s skin or surfaces, paints it and then wraps these 2D textures on a digital frame. The task of modelling is carried out on various programmes like Maya, Pixar's RenderMan, 3DS Max, POV-Ray etc.

  • Animator: People working in this job profile create an animation as well as visual effects for mobile devices, television, films and video games etc. 
  • Flash Animator: Flash Animators create animation for videos, websites, games, advertising and marketing, education materials, etc.
  • Stop Motion Animator: Stop Motion Animators use puppets, clay or models to create animated films or television commercials. 
  • Video Game Designer: People in this job profile combine science, technology, engineering, mathematics, art, and design as well as animation skills in order to create realistic video games with adequate action. 
  • Animation Director: They recruit, coordinate and manage animation teams. Animation directors work closely with the person who handles the overall production. His/her task list also includes interpreting briefs and thereafter communicating the same to the entire animation team.
  • Cartoonist: They draw characters, environments as well as objects as per the brief shared with them. A cartoonist may also need to develop moods, colour patterns and dramatic actions as well as create and then paint background scenes. 
  • Character Animator: They design and create characters by using animation software, 2D animations, 3D modelling and sometimes even puppetry. Character Animators create characters, such that, they use movement to communicate a story.
  • Visual Development Artist:  A Visual Development Artist uses animation, illustration, design skills and drawing to create visuals which can easily convey the idea behind the entire production. These artists work in 2D or even in 3D and use programmes like Photoshop and Maya.

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FAQs on Animation

Q. What is the scope of the Animation industry?

A. Animation industry is one of the booming sectors these days. It has endless job opportunities in India and abroad. Candidates pursuing an Animation course can make their career in the Film industry, VFX, Animation Filmmaking, TV industry, Advertisement sector, internet-based companies etc.

Q. Can I pursue a course in Animation after class 12?

A. Yes, a candidate can pursue an undergraduate course in Animation after completing class 12. 

Q. Which are the popular UG courses in Animation?

A. Some of the popular UG courses in Animation are: BSc Animation, BSc in Multimedia and Animation, BSc Animation, Graphics & VFX, BSc Animation, Graphics & VFX, BA 3D Animation, BA Multimedia, BA VFX and Animation, BSc in Multimedia etc.

Q. What is the eligibility criteria to pursue an undergraduate animation course?

A. Candidates must have passed class 12 in any stream with at least 50 per cent marks from a recognised board.

Q. Which are the popular PG courses in animation?

A. Candidates can pursue below-mentioned PG level animation courses:
  • MSc Animation
  • MDes Animation Film Design
  • MDes Graphic Design
  • MDes Programme in Animation
  • MSc in Multimedia
  • MDes Game Design

Q. Are there any short term courses in Animation?

A. Yes candidates can pursue short-term courses in Animation. The duration of such courses ranges anywhere from one month to one year. Some of the short-term courses in animation are a Diploma in Animation, a Certificate Course in VFX, a Certificate Course in Digital Compositing & Non-Linear Editing etc.

Q. Which are the top recruiters in the field of animation?

A. Top recruiters in this field are Maya Entertainment Ltd, UTV Toonz, Pentamedia Graphics, Heart Entertainment Limited, Crest Animation Studios Ltd, Silverton Studio, Jadooworks Pvt Ltd etc.

Q. What are the eligibility criteria to pursue short-term courses in animation?

A. The eligibility criteria for pursuing short-term courses in animation are the same as for an undergraduate courses.

Q. Which are the popular animation colleges in India?

Q. What skills are required to become a good animator?

A. To become a professional Animator, candidates must have the following skillset:
  • Creativity and Imagination
  • Computer Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Drawing and Modelling Skills

Q. What is the course fee in public colleges for animation courses?

A. The animation course fee in public colleges ranges from INR 1 lakh to 7 lakhs. 

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Popular Animation UG Courses in India

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Popular Animation PG Courses in India

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Chennai, India is home to several colleges that offer courses in Visual Effects (VFX). Here is a list of a few colleges in Chennai that offer VFX courses:MAAC (Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics): MAAC offers a Diploma in Animation & VFX, a Diploma in 3D Animation and a Diploma in Visual...Chennai, India is home to several colleges that offer courses in Visual Effects (VFX). Here is a list of a few colleges in Chennai that offer VFX courses:
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The fee structure at Zee Institute of Creative Art, Jaipur for Digital Video and Audio Editing INR 62,000.

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Is animation in high demand?

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deepika maurya

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Yes, animators are in demand. Career Options: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gaming, E-learning, etc. Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artists, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artists, Composit...Yes, animators are in demand. Career Options: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gaming, E-learning, etc. Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artists, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artists, Compositor, Roto Artists, Match Moving Artists, etc. Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is a very high-paying job. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than the Information Technology industry. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Pratiyaksh Vasistha

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Animation is indeed in High demand, due to the fast growing industry and use-cases for the animation in various other industries like movies, education, news and advertisement.

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Are animators in demand?

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deepika maurya

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Yes, animators are in demand. Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is a very high-paying job. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than ...Yes, animators are in demand. Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is a very high-paying job. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than the Information Technology industry. Career Options: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gaming, E-learning, etc. Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artists, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artists, Compositor, Roto Artists, Match Moving Artists, etc. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Yes, Delhi University offers an animation Course. Course objectives: The Certificate Course in DTP, Graphic Designing, animation, and Video Editing is offered by Delhi University in association with the RK Films and Media Academy. The animation Course is designed to help the candidates is gaining...Yes, Delhi University offers an animation Course. Course objectives: The Certificate Course in DTP, Graphic Designing, animation, and Video Editing is offered by Delhi University in association with the RK Films and Media Academy. The animation Course is designed to help the candidates is gaining the fundamental skills needed to be an Animation designer or a video editor. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Delhi University page. (https://www.shiksha.com/university/Delhi-university-du-24642/courses). I hope this will help you.

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deepika maurya

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3 weeks ago

Entrance Exams for Animation:Most renowned colleges shortlist candidates for admission in animation courses offered by them on the basis of their performance in an entrance exam. The test pattern of these entrance exams is such that the students need to attempt questions from subjects such as Rea...Entrance Exams for Animation:
Most renowned colleges shortlist candidates for admission in animation courses offered by them on the basis of their performance in an entrance exam. The test pattern of these entrance exams is such that the students need to attempt questions from subjects such as Reasoning, Media Aptitude, Logical Deduction, General Knowledge, and Current Affairs as well as the English language. Some popular entrance exams for animation conducted in India are mentioned below:
1- NID Entrance Exam
2- UCEED
3- CEED
4- SAT India
5- NIFT Entrance Exam
6- AIEED
7- NATA
8- WLCI Aptitude Test
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Riya Kunvariya

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Popular Animation Entrance Exams in India
Some of the popular entrance exams that candidates to appear to pursue Animation courses are NID Entrance Exam UCEED CEED SAT India NIFT Entrance Exam AIEED NATA WLCI Aptitude Test etc.

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Does DU have a graphic design course?

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deepika maurya

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3 weeks ago

Yes, Delhi University offers Graphical Design Course. Course objectives: The Certificate Course in DTP, Graphic Designing, and Video Editing is offered by Delhi University in association with the RK Films and Media Academy. The Graphical Design course is designed to help the candidates is gaining...Yes, Delhi University offers Graphical Design Course. Course objectives: The Certificate Course in DTP, Graphic Designing, and Video Editing is offered by Delhi University in association with the RK Films and Media Academy. The Graphical Design course is designed to help the candidates is gaining the fundamental skills needed to be a graphic designer or a video editor. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha DU page. (https://www.shiksha.com/university/Delhi-university-du-24642/courses). I hope this will help you.

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The Certificate Course in Graphic Designing, DTP & Video Editing is offered by the Delhi University in association with the RKFMA. The course is designed to help the students is gaining the fundamental skills needed to be a graphic designer or a video editor. Also, after the new education pol...The Certificate Course in Graphic Designing, DTP & Video Editing is offered by the Delhi University in association with the RKFMA. The course is designed to help the students is gaining the fundamental skills needed to be a graphic designer or a video editor. Also, after the new education policy DU offer some subjects in graduation for graphic designing and video editing. But they are not enough to become a professional.

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What is the age limit for animation?

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deepika maurya

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3 weeks ago

The minimum age criteria require the aspirant to be at least 18 years of age. The upper age limit is 33 years for students belonging to reserved categories such as OBC-NCL, Schedule Caste, and Schedule Tribe. And the age limit for PwD reserved category students is 35 years. However, the upper age...The minimum age criteria require the aspirant to be at least 18 years of age. The upper age limit is 33 years for students belonging to reserved categories such as OBC-NCL, Schedule Caste, and Schedule Tribe. And the age limit for PwD reserved category students is 35 years. However, the upper age limit for foreign candidates is 30 years. The student needs to have 50 percent in English in class 10+2. Candidates from any stream (Science, Arts, Commerce) can apply for this course. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Kankshi Sharma

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There is no such age limit. This is a professional field, and it requires good skills. If anyone of any age has that skill, then he or she is definitely welcome.
Also yes, technology is a big factor here. The person needs to adapt quickly to newer and advanced technology.

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What subjects do I need to study for animation?

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deepika maurya

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3 weeks ago

Animators and special effects artists typically have a Bachelor's degree in fine art, animation, computer graphics, or a related field. Programs in computer graphics often include courses in computer Science in addition to art courses. B.Sc. Animation Syllabus: Elements of Information Technology,...Animators and special effects artists typically have a Bachelor's degree in fine art, animation, computer graphics, or a related field. Programs in computer graphics often include courses in computer Science in addition to art courses. B.Sc. Animation Syllabus: Elements of Information Technology, Introduction to Programming, Languages, Basics of Animation, Foundation Art, Computer Based 2D Animation, Multimedia & Computer, Graphics, Introduction to 3D Animation & Modeling, Introduction to Mass Communication & Media Literacy, Technical English3D Animation, Production Process, Multimedia, Composing and Editing, Colour Theory, Layout and Perspective, Sketching and Landscaping, Script Writing, Content Development Direction, Gaming Technology, Digital Editing and Motion Graphics, Visual Effects, VFX, Gaming Production, Languages. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp#:~:text=Aspirants who have cleared their, schooling from a recognised board. )
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Riya Kunvariya

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4 weeks ago

Whatever your school or specialisation, your animation courses are likely to cover the following subject matter:2D and 3D animation. Cartooning styles. Color and composition. Drawing skills. Depicting emotion. Life drawing. Filmmaking techniques and elements. Storyboarding. There are many more bu...Whatever your school or specialisation, your animation courses are likely to cover the following subject matter:
2D and 3D animation. Cartooning styles. Color and composition. Drawing skills. Depicting emotion. Life drawing. Filmmaking techniques and elements. Storyboarding. There are many more but the important ones is as above.

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Which exam is best for graphic design?

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deepika maurya

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3 weeks ago

Graphic Design Entrance Exams:To get shortlisted for admission in graphic design courses offered at popular colleges/Institutes/Universities in India, students need to appear for an entrance exam. Some of the popular entrance exams conducted to select students for admission to graphic design cour...Graphic Design Entrance Exams:
To get shortlisted for admission in graphic design courses offered at popular colleges/Institutes/Universities in India, students need to appear for an entrance exam. Some of the popular entrance exams conducted to select students for admission to graphic design courses are mentioned below.
1- National Institute of Design Entrance Exam
2- All India Entrance Examination for Design
3- Pearl Academy Entrance Exam
4- The Design Village Entrance Exam
5- Indian Institute of Art and Design Entrance Exam. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Graphics Design page. (https://www.shiksha.com/design/graphic-design-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Rajeshwari Katakdhond

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4 weeks ago

Yes, you can take graphic design after completing your commerce course. As my cousin brother took graphic design for his future career and he was from the background of commerce I know it very well. He was selected UID for his study so I can share their admission process with you. After completin...Yes, you can take graphic design after completing your commerce course. As my cousin brother took graphic design for his future career and he was from the background of commerce I know it very well. He was selected UID for his study so I can share their admission process with you. After completing your graduation from any recognised university or board with minimal 50%, you have to sit for their admission test. There will be 3 rounds of selection test. First round is Design Aptitude test, that first round will be the written and if you are shortlisted for the first round, then they will call you for the second & third rounds, which will be Studio test & Portfolio evolution. If you can qualify these exams successfully, then you are more than eligible to take admission for your graphic design or any design courses.

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What is salary in animation field?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

According to our most recent salary estimates, The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft are the highest-paying companies for animation artists. In addition, companies like Blur Studio and Pixar Animation Studios report highly competitive wages for animation artists. In India, the average salary for ...According to our most recent salary estimates, The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft are the highest-paying companies for animation artists. In addition, companies like Blur Studio and Pixar Animation Studios report highly competitive wages for animation artists. In India, the average salary for an animator is INR 7-20 lacs per year. Animators make INR 63,55,835 per year on average, or INR 3,055 per hour, in the USA. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Pratiyaksh Vasistha

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

Salary in animation depends upon skill set and experience with the real world projects. Although it varies with country but in india it ranges anything between 5-7 LPA for beginners but can go upto 20-35 LPA for advanced skilled professionals in the industry.

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What is the scope of animation?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artists, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artists, Compositor, Roto Artists, Match Moving Artists, etc. Career Opportunities: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gami...Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artists, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artists, Compositor, Roto Artists, Match Moving Artists, etc. Career Opportunities: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gaming, E-learning, etc. Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is a very high-paying job. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than the Information Technology industry. The highest-paying companies for animation artists are The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft according to our most recent salary estimates. In addition, companies like Blur Studio and Pixar Animation Studios report highly competitive wages for animation artists. The average salary for an Animator is INR 7 to 20 Lacs per annum in India. Animators make INR 63,55,835 per year on average, or INR 3,055 per hour, in the USA. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Pratiyaksh Vasistha

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

Animation has a scope in various industries like: Entertainment, news, education and advertisement. Movies, news stories, video commericals and educational video lectures has an application for animation and also fuels the demand for more animators.

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What is the qualification for animation?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

Eligibility Criteria for Animation:There are many colleges, institutes, and universities in India that offer UG or PG-level degrees, certificates, diplomas, distance learning, and online courses in Animation. Candidates who have cleared their class 10+2 with passing marks in any stream like Scien...Eligibility Criteria for Animation:
There are many colleges, institutes, and universities in India that offer UG or PG-level degrees, certificates, diplomas, distance learning, and online courses in Animation. Candidates who have cleared their class 10+2 with passing marks in any stream like Science, Commerce, or Arts can pursue an Animation course at the UG level. However, most popular colleges allow students to take part in their admission process only if they have completed their schooling from a recognised board. On the other hand, to pursue a postgraduation level Animation course, students should clear graduation from a recognised college, institute, and university with a minimum percentage of 45 to 60. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp#:~:text=Aspirants who have cleared their, schooling from a recognised board. ). I hope this will help you.

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Nandhini

Beginner-Level 2

4 weeks ago

Anyone who have cleared their 10th and +2 with passing marks in any stream (Science/Commerce/Arts) can pursue an Animation course at the graduation level.

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Is animation a high-paying job?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

Yes, A career in animation is one of the most highly-paying jobs in this digital world, especially for those who have good creative and drawing skills. The highest-paying companies for animation artists are The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft according to our most recent salary estimates. In ad...Yes, A career in animation is one of the most highly-paying jobs in this digital world, especially for those who have good creative and drawing skills. The highest-paying companies for animation artists are The Walt Disney Company and Microsoft according to our most recent salary estimates. In addition, companies like Blur Studio and Pixar Animation Studios report highly competitive wages for animation artists. The average salary for an Animator is INR 7 to 20 Lacs per annum in India. Animators make INR 63,55,835 per year on average, or INR 3,055 per hour, in the USA. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Pratiyaksh Vasistha

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

Animation is definitely a well paying job. But it largely depends upon the skill set and experience you carry with the projects.

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Is animation a good career?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is very high paying jobs. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than the Information Technology indu...Globally the animation industry is huge and as an animation artist, applicants have great scope both in India and abroad. Animation as a profession is very high paying jobs. The animation industry in India as well as abroad is expected to grow at a pace faster than the Information Technology industry. Career Options: Advertising, Online and Print News Media, Film & Television, Cartoon production, Theater, Video Gaming, E-learning, etc. Scope of Animation: Storyboarding Artist, Character Animators, Rigging Artists, Texture Artists, Layout Artist, Compositor, Roto Artist, Match Moving Artist, etc. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Tisha Sharma

Contributor-Level 6

4 weeks ago

Hi Dipika, Yes, Animation is a good career. You can earn good amount of money from this field. For this course you should have grip on this field.

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What college has the best animation programme?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

A list of the best colleges for Animation programs is listed below;1- Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics, Mysore. 2- Industrial Design Centre (IDC), IIT Bombay, Mumbai. 3- Picasso Animation & VFX Gaming College, Delhi. 4- VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu. 5- National Institute of Desig...A list of the best colleges for Animation programs is listed below;
1- Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics, Mysore.
2- Industrial Design Centre (IDC), IIT Bombay, Mumbai.
3- Picasso Animation & VFX Gaming College, Delhi.
4- VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu.
5- National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad.
6- Amity University, Mumbai.
7- PA Inamdar College, Pune.
8- California Institute of the Arts, California.
9- Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia.
10- Ringling College of Art and Design, Florida.
11- School of Visual Arts, New York. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Urbee Gangopadhyay

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

The best animation programmes are:
Institutes Providing Animation courses:
International School of Design, Delhi
MIT institute of Design, Pune
National Institute of Design
Asian Institute of Film and Television, Noida.

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What are the animation courses available for post-graduation students?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

There are many animation courses available for the Post-graduation level. Here are the top postgraduate Courses in Animation are mentioned below;1- Master in Animation Production. 2- Master of Art in Animation. 3- Master Litt in Comics & Graphic Novels. 4- Master in Stop-Motion Animation....There are many animation courses available for the Post-graduation level. Here are the top postgraduate Courses in Animation are mentioned below;
1- Master in Animation Production.
2- Master of Art in Animation.
3- Master Litt in Comics & Graphic Novels.
4- Master in Stop-Motion Animation.
5- Master in Animation.
6- Master of Art in Animation - Video Game.
7- Master of Art Design Specialising in Animation & Games Art.
8- Master in Animation. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation course. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Raj Butani

Contributor-Level 6

4 weeks ago

Master of Science or M.Sc. In Animation is a postgraduate course which is designed to teach students the advanced skills of creating drawings or models into an illusion of movement or Motion. It is a 2 year course and is divided in 4 semesters.

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What are the animation courses available for graduation students?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

There are many animation courses available after graduation. Here are the top Undergraduate Courses in Animation are mentioned below;1- Bachelor of Science in Animation. 2- Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation. 3- Bachelor of Science in Animation, Graphics & VFX. 4- Bachelor of...There are many animation courses available after graduation. Here are the top Undergraduate Courses in Animation are mentioned below;
1- Bachelor of Science in Animation.
2- Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation.
3- Bachelor of Science in Animation, Graphics & VFX.
4- Bachelor of Science in Multimedia, Animation & Graphic Design.
5- Bachelor of Art in VFX and Animation.
6- Bachelor of Art in 3D Animation.
7- Bachelor of Science in Multimedia.
8- Bachelor of Art in Multimedia. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Rajeshwari Katakdhond

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

Yes of course you can do animation course after graduation. All you need is the will to pursue it. Now after graduation, you have two choices viz. Either you go for a Masters course or repeat your graduation in the desired course I. e. in animation. You can pursue M.A. Animation from any good col...Yes of course you can do animation course after graduation. All you need is the will to pursue it. Now after graduation, you have two choices viz. Either you go for a Masters course or repeat your graduation in the desired course I. e. in animation. You can pursue M.A. Animation from any good college by thoroughly going through the curriculum offered by the college for the Masters course. The Masters course too covers all aspects of animated film-making but is on a fast track. In the last semester, you will be then asked to choose your field of specialisation and your demo reel work would also begin. And for pursuing M.A. Animation, you can be a graduate from any stream.

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Which course is best for animation after the 12th?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

There are numerous animation courses available after class 10+2 I. e. Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation, Bachelor of Science in Animation, Graphics and Visual Effects, Bachelor of Art in Multimedia, Bachelor of Art in 3D Animation, Bachelor of Art in Visual Effects and Animation, Ba...There are numerous animation courses available after class 10+2 I. e. Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation, Bachelor of Science in Animation, Graphics and Visual Effects, Bachelor of Art in Multimedia, Bachelor of Art in 3D Animation, Bachelor of Art in Visual Effects and Animation, Bachelor of Science in Multimedia, etc. The best animation course in India is the Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia. The Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia course covers all aspects of animated film-making thus making it clear as to which field you should opt for specialisation. This uncovers the area of the candidate's interest thus making their future bright by letting them make the correct career choice. Career options after Animation Courses: Rigging Artist, Lighting Artist, Graphic Designer, Video Editor, 3 Dimensional Modeler, 3 Dimensional Animator, storyboard Artist, Compositor, Texturing Artist, Rendering Artist, Career Support, etc. For more detailed information, you may visit the Shiksha Animation overview page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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AKSHAT AGRAWAL

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

The best courses for animation after the 12th are:
B.A. - Visual Effects (VFX)
M.Sc - Animation and VFX. Bachelor of Design (3D Animation)
BA - Post Production and VFX (Hons)
Bachelor of Design (Animation and Interactive Media). .

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Which courses are best in animation?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

The best animation course in India is the Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia. The Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia course covers all aspects of animated film-making thus making it clear as to which field you should opt for specialisation. This uncovers the area of the ...The best animation course in India is the Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia. The Bachelor of Science in Animation and Multimedia course covers all aspects of animated film-making thus making it clear as to which field you should opt for specialisation. This uncovers the area of the candidate's interest thus making their future bright by letting them make the correct career choice. Students will learn different techniques of animation, and digital animation, including visualization, lighting and camera techniques, paint effects, and Motion graphics. Using the latest tools and techniques, candidates will receive hands-on training. A regular schedule of projects. Specialisation in an area of your choice and a portfolio of professional work. Workshops and interaction with the industry. Career options after Animation Courses: Graphic Designer, storyboard Artist, Video Editor, 3 Dimensional Modeler, 3 Dimensional Animator, Compositor, Rigging Artist, Lighting Artist, Texturing Artist, Rendering Artist, Career Support, etc. For more detailed information, you may visit the Shiksha Animation overview page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Manav Kishore

Contributor-Level 7

4 weeks ago

Top Animation career :-1. B.A. In Animation and Multimedia2. B.Sc. In Animation 3. B.A. In Animation and Graphic Design 4. B. Des in Animation 5. B.A. In Digital Filmmaking and Animation6. Bachelor of Visual Arts7. B.Sc. In Animation and Gaming 8. B.Sc. In Animation and VFX9. Diploma in Digital A...Top Animation career :-
1. B.A. In Animation and Multimedia
2. B.Sc. In Animation
3. B.A. In Animation and Graphic Design
4. B. Des in Animation
5. B.A. In Digital Filmmaking and Animation
6. Bachelor of Visual Arts
7. B.Sc. In Animation and Gaming
8. B.Sc. In Animation and VFX
9. Diploma in Digital Animation
10. Diploma in CG Animation
11. Certificate in VFX
12. Certificate in 2D Animation
13. Certificate in 3D Animation.

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What are the animation courses available after class 12th?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

3 weeks ago

The animation courses available after class 12th are Bachelor of Science in Animation, Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation, Graphics and Visual Effects, Bachelor of Art in 3D Animation, Bachelor of Art in Multimedia, Bachelor of Art in Visual Effects and Animation, Bachelor of Science...The animation courses available after class 12th are Bachelor of Science in Animation, Bachelor of Science in Multimedia and Animation, Graphics and Visual Effects, Bachelor of Art in 3D Animation, Bachelor of Art in Multimedia, Bachelor of Art in Visual Effects and Animation, Bachelor of Science in Multimedia, etc. Eligibility Criteria: Students must have passed class 10+2 in any stream with at least 50 percent marks from a recognised board. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha animation page. (https://www.shiksha.com/animation-chp). I hope this will help you.

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Gurumukh Lamba

Contributor-Level 6

a month ago

UG courses after 12th are:BA in Animation & Multimedia BA in Animation and CG Arts B.Sc. In Animation BA in Animation and Graphic Design B. Des in Animation Bachelor of Visual Arts (Animation) BA in Digital Filmmaking and Animation Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation, Graphics, and Web Design ...UG courses after 12th are:
BA in Animation & Multimedia
BA in Animation and CG Arts
B.Sc. In Animation
BA in Animation and Graphic Design
B. Des in Animation
Bachelor of Visual Arts (Animation)
BA in Digital Filmmaking and Animation
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation, Graphics, and Web Design
B.Sc. In Animation and Gaming
B.Sc. In Animation and VFX
Diploma Courses after 12th
Diploma in 2D Animation
Diploma in Animation and Filmmaking
Diploma in 3D Animation
Diploma in Animation and VFX
Diploma in Digital Animation
Diploma in Animation, Video Editing, and Postproduction work
Diploma in CG Animation
Diploma in VFX
Certificate Courses after 12th
Certificate in VFX
Certificate in Editing, Mixing, and Postproduction Works
Certificate in 2D Animation
Certificate in CG Arts
Certificate in 3D Animation.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics, South Ex 1 for DGA - Program in Graphics & Animation.

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Rajeshwari Katakdhond

Beginner-Level 5

3 weeks ago

You can register your details on their official website and get all the information about the course.

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Which course field has better scope- animation or data analyst?

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Kavya K

Beginner-Level 4

4 weeks ago

Hii VISHALI would like to suggest you that you can go with Data Analyst Because companies nowadays are looking for ways to increase profits while reducing operational costs due to the changing technological landscape and newer business difficulties. It has now become a promising career option due...Hii VISHAL
I would like to suggest you that you can go with Data Analyst Because companies nowadays are looking for ways to increase profits while reducing operational costs due to the changing technological landscape and newer business difficulties. It has now become a promising career option due to high demand and better salaries. Understanding statistical approaches, mathematical capability, business learning, logical thinking and Big Data are just a few of the natural talents needed to be a Data Analytics Professional.

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I want to know about the latest cutoff information for MBA in Animation Management at International School of Design, Hyderabad.

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KOUSHIK DUBEY

Beginner-Level 5

4 weeks ago

There is no such cutoff information are their you have just reqired the basic which is 50% in your graduation if you met these criteria you can go fot it.

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