Updated on Aug 4, 2022 05:58 IST
Ritika Srivastava

Ritika SrivastavaAssociate Senior Executive, Editorial

Film and television are one of the most important mediums of entertainment. To produce a film or television program, audio and video are combined in such a way that they turn into an understandable and entertaining scene. Talking about history, people enjoyed watching TV programs for the first time in the 1950s. Then gradually the TV changed from black and white to color and by the 20th century, TV became the need of every household.

At the same time, films started in the 19th century and gradually with the development of technology, there were many changes in the way of filming this art. People became so obsessed with movies and TV shows that they were glued to the television screen and hence TV was also called as 'couch potato' and 'idiot box'.

Several departments work together to produce film and television programs. Therefore, to make a career in this field, you need to specialize in one or several departments. These departments include sound recording, script-writing, production, set designing, direction, audio-visual effects, video editor, editing, cinematography, production, choreography, action direction etc. Many renowned universities/colleges/institutes offer admission in courses related to film and television. Some full-time courses include subjects related to film and TV as a part, while others focus entirely on separate departments of film and TV.

Required Skills for Film and TV

Good Communication Skills

Understanding

Practical

Logical

Reasonable

Helpful

Enthusiastic

Hard Working

Interpretative

Observant

Pragmatic

Interested

Dedicated

Influential

Creative

Innovative

Focused

Committed

Determined

Strong Minded

Courses offered in Film and TV

Course

Duration

Eligibility Criteria

BJMC

3-Years

The candidate should have done their Class 12 in any stream from a recognized board and should have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate.

BA in Journalism and Mass Communication

3-Years

The candidate should have done their Class 12 in any stream from a recognized board and should have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate.

BMM

3-Years

The candidate should have done their Class 12 in any stream from a recognized board and should have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate.

MJMC

2-Years

The candidate should have done their BJMC/BMM/BA in Journalism and Mass Communication or any similar discipline from a recognized University and should have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate.

MA in Journalism and Mass Communication

2-Years

The candidate should have done their BJMC/BMM/BA in Journalism and Mass Communication or any similar discipline from a recognized University and should have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate.

PG Diploma in Film and TV

1-Year

The candidate should have done their BJMC/BMM/BA in Journalism and Mass Communication or any similar discipline from a recognized University and should have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate.

Diploma in Film Production

1-Year

The candidate should have done their Class 12 in any stream from a recognized University and should have secured a minimum of 45% aggregate.

Film and TV Admission Process

Chose University/College: The first step is to search for colleges or universities which are offering courses in Film and TV. Check the fees, the seats offered, eligibility criteria which is set for the course.

Apply for Course: Proceed to apply for admission after getting to know the university offering the programme. Fill up the details as required and pay the application fee. The application forms are available for a limited period of time so the candidate is advised to know the details way in advance.

Mode of Admission: Universities and Colleges will either conduct entrance exams for admission or offer admission through merit. For postgraduate courses, the candidate will have to appear for an entrance exam.

Results: Selected and qualified candidates make the merit list. The student has to get the desired rank and percentage, to be eligible for admission.

Counselling: The candidate will have to appear for the counselling session conducted at the university to book their seat, submit their documents and pay the fees to seal admission.

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Colleges Offering Film and TV

Film and Television Institute of India (FTII)

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FAQs on FIlm and Television

Q. What is Film and TV course about?

A. Film and TV course provides education regarding fundamentals of shooting a film or a television programme. It helps in understanding the all three phases of production process i.e. pre-production, production and post production and the working modalities of various departments associated with it.

Q. What are some courses in Film and TV?

A. There are various courses offered in FiIm and TV including, short-term courses, diploma courses, undergraduate courses and postgraduate courses. Candidates can pursue courses like BJMC, MJMC, BMM,  PG Diploma in Film and TV,  Diploma in Film Production etc.

Q. What is the eligibility for Film and TV courses?

A. Candidates seeking admissions to UG and Diploma courses should have passed at least class 12th from a recognised institute. For PG diploma courses in FIlm and TV, candidates should hold a bachelor degree in Mass Media or Mass Communication or a similar discipline from a recognised college or university.

Q. What are the skills required for Film and TV courses?

A. One should posses skills g ood communication skills, creativity, innovative skills, determination, dedication, practical, laborious etc to make a successful career in this field. 

Q. What is the course curriculum for Film and TV courses?

A. The course curriculum is vast and vary according to the degree being offered. Some courses focuses on a particular department of Film and TV production like script writing, set designing, direction, cinematography, sound recording, anchoring, acting etc. Whereas some courses focus on TV production or Film production separately.

Q. What are the job opportunities available after completing Film and TV courses?

A. Those who complete the degree or diploma courses can make their career as - Film producer, director, actor, set designer, sound recordist, editor, cinematographer, action director etc.

Q. What are some good colleges for Film and TV courses?

A. Candidates can pursue  Film and TV courses from: Film and Television Institute of India, Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Jamia Millia Islamia, Asian Academy of Film and Television etc.

Q, Are there master level courses in Film and TV?

A. Yes, candidates can pursue Masters in Mass Communication and Film & TV production after completing their graduation in any stream.

Q. Which are the top recruiters in this field?

A. After completing a course in Film and TV one can work for production houses like Yashraj Productions, Dharma Productions, UTV movies, Balaji Telefilms Ltd, Eros International Media Ltd etc.

Q. How can I secure admission in a Film and TV course?

A.  Many colleges conduct an entrance exam in order to shortlist aspirants for admission in courses offered by them. Students can secure admission in a Film and TV course if they fulfill the eligibility criteria for the course in which they want to secure admission.

Q. How much is the course fee for Film and TV courses?

A.  The course fee for various Film and TV colleges ranges from INR 20,000 to INR 5 LPA.

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Does CUSAT admit Intl students? Requirements pl?

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Yes, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) in Kerala, India does admit international students. In order to apply as an international student, you will need to meet certain requirements. Here are some of the general requirements for international students at CUSAT:A valid passport wi...Yes, Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) in Kerala, India does admit international students. In order to apply as an international student, you will need to meet certain requirements. Here are some of the general requirements for international students at CUSAT:
A valid passport with at least 18 months validity remaining
Proof of adequate financial support for the duration of your studies
A Certificate of good conduct/character from your home country
A valid student visa
Minimum educational qualification: A pass in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10+2) in Science stream with mathematics as one of the subjects. TOEFL/IELTS score ( if applicable)
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It is important to check the university's website for the most up-to-date information on the requirements for international students, as they may change over time.

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Aspirants of B.Tech need to appear for CUSAT CAT for being eligible to take admission. The university selects candidates based on their scores in the entrance examination.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Roots College of Design Film and Media for BA in Event Planning & Management.

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

4 days ago

The fee structure at Roots College of Design Film and Media for a Bachelor of Arts in Event Planning & Management is INR 20,250 for 3 years (Actual fees may vary).For more information, you may visit the Shiksha Roots College of Design Film and Media page.(https://www.shiksha.com/college/r...The fee structure at Roots College of Design Film and Media for a Bachelor of Arts in Event Planning & Management is INR 20,250 for 3 years (Actual fees may vary).
For more information, you may visit the Shiksha Roots College of Design Film and Media page.
(https://www.shiksha.com/college/roots-college-of-design-film-and-media-jubilee-hills-hyderabad-149491/course-b-a-in-event-planning-management-917303).
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Jagadish Buddanola

Contributor-Level 9

a week ago

The fee structure at Roots College of Design Film and Media for BA in Event Planning & Management is 6750 per year and scholarship is also available

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Is there a Bachelor's course in acting?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

A list of the best Bachelors courses in acting is listed below;1- Bachelor of Arts in Communication Degree. 2- Bachelor of Arts in Drama Degree. 3- Bachelor of Arts in Film Degree. 4- Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theater Degree. 5- Bachelor of Arts in Costume Design Degree. 6- Bachelor of Arts in ...A list of the best Bachelors courses in acting is listed below;
1- Bachelor of Arts in Communication Degree.
2- Bachelor of Arts in Drama Degree.
3- Bachelor of Arts in Film Degree.
4- Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theater Degree.
5- Bachelor of Arts in Costume Design Degree.
6- Bachelor of Arts in Stage Management.
7- Bachelor of Arts in Screenwriting Degree.
8- Bachelor of Arts in Directing/Theater Production.
9- Bachelor of Arts in Theater History Degree.
10- Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies Degree. I hope this will help you.

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SHAH FAHAD

Beginner-Level 5

a week ago

A three-year, full-time undergraduate programme in acting is called a BA. Essentially, this is a course in acting, dance, and drama. The purpose of this curriculum is to give students the knowledge and skills they need to perform as actors at a high level in accordance with industry standards.

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What is a Diploma in film acting?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

The Diploma in acting course is a three-year full-time course in drama, acting, and dance. This course gives a disciplined approach, incorporating a broad array of classes that train the actor in key aspects such as speech and diction, creativity, imagination, emotions, voice, body, characterizat...The Diploma in acting course is a three-year full-time course in drama, acting, and dance. This course gives a disciplined approach, incorporating a broad array of classes that train the actor in key aspects such as speech and diction, creativity, imagination, emotions, voice, body, characterization, auditioning techniques, and method acting. The average fee charged for pursuing this course ranges from INR 2,00,00 to INR 4,00,000 for 13 years. Along with this course, students can also pursue a dual degree course like a Diploma in Videography, a Diploma in Film Direction, or a Diploma in Cinematography. Completion of 10+2 or the 12th final year examination is required to pursue a Diploma in Acting course. The prospects of this course are very bright, and the candidates are able to get various opportunities to work in the film and television industries. Candidates can become proficient in acting and dancing. The available job roles for a student are theatre writer, acting consultant, assistant event manager, producer, teacher, etc. The top recruiting companies are the film industry, drama and dance schools, educational institutes, event management companies, etc. Job positions include acting consultant, producer, teacher, assistant event manager, theatre writer, etc. The average starting salary for a graduate with a Diploma in acting is INR 4,00,000 to INR 7,00,000. In the job profile of the producer, the salary is based on the projects. I hope this will help you.

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SHAH FAHAD

Beginner-Level 5

a week ago

A common programme for people who want to become professional actors and performers is the Diploma in Acting for Film & Stage. Anupam Kher's course follows a demanding and hands-on training programme, and some of the institutes top acting teachers serve as mentors.

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What are the best courses related to acting and film?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

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Certificate courses:1- Post Graduate Certificate in Video Editing (TV). 2- Post Graduate Certificate Course in Electronic Cinematography (TV). 3- Post Graduate Certificate in Feature Film Screenplay Writing. 4- Post Graduate Certificate in TV Direction. 5- Post Graduate Certificate Course in Soun...Certificate courses:
1- Post Graduate Certificate in Video Editing (TV).
2- Post Graduate Certificate Course in Electronic Cinematography (TV).
3- Post Graduate Certificate in Feature Film Screenplay Writing.
4- Post Graduate Certificate in TV Direction.
5- Post Graduate Certificate Course in Sound Recording and TV Engineering (TV). Diploma courses:
1- Post Graduate Diploma in Acting.
2- Post Graduate Diploma in Cinematography.
3- PG Diploma in Art Direction and Production Design.
4- PG Diploma in Direction and Screenplay Writing.
5- Post Graduate Diploma in Sound Recording and Sound Design.
6- Post Graduate Diploma in Editing. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha FTII college page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/film-and-television-institute-of-india-ftii-erandwana-Pune-998/courses). I hope this will help you.

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After completing my B.Tech. After 4 years, how do I get into the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

FTII (Film and Television Institute of India) is an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the GoI and aided by the Central GoI. It is situated on the premises of the erstwhile Prabhat Film Company in Pune. The film and Television Institute of India is a member...FTII (Film and Television Institute of India) is an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the GoI and aided by the Central GoI. It is situated on the premises of the erstwhile Prabhat Film Company in Pune. The film and Television Institute of India is a member of the CILECT (International Liaison Centre of Schools of Cinema and Television), an organisation of the world's leading schools of film and television. Eligibility Criteria: Students must have completed their graduation from a recognised university and are welcome to apply for FTII admissions. Appearing students can apply but they will have to show related certificates at the time of orientation. Admission Process of FTII:
1- The result is announced on the basis of the written examination and auditions.
2- The result is announced for the Students who cleared the written examination. These students then go through orientation and PI. The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of first and second result lists each carrying 50 percent weightage subject to qualifying on a medical test. Application Process:
Candidates can apply online through the official website of the FTII.
1- Log onto the official website of FTII
2- Click on the Apply Online link available on the page.
3- Click on the Application form option from the list.
4- Fill out the form with your details which include:
1- Student's Name.
2- Parent's details.
3- Address and Phone Number.
4- Academic Qualification.
5- Course Details.
6- Demand Draft Number.
7- Issuing Bank. Take a printout of the application form and attach these documents with it:
1- 2 passport-size photographs.
2- Demand Draft.
3- Declaration by parents/guardians and by candidates.
4- Photocopy of required certificates. Once you have attached the required certificates and documents, submit your application form to The Controller of Examination, Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha FTII College page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/film-and-television-institute-of-india-ftii-erandwana-Pune-998/admission). I hope this will help you.

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Group Captain Vinayak Deo

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Hello Shruti, it's very nice to SEE that you want to tread newer paths rather than routine one. There are literally hundeds of courses that you can do in FTII, India's premier institute in this field in Pune. The best would be you should identify your interest areas and then take up course accord...Hello Shruti, it's very nice to SEE that you want to tread newer paths rather than routine one. There are literally hundeds of courses that you can do in FTII, India's premier institute in this field in Pune. The best would be you should identify your interest areas and then take up course accordingly. You will find all information in the brochure that you can download from their website. Best wishes to you.

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What are some good courses to learn acting online?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

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There are many courses to learn acting online. A list of the courses are listed below;1- Communication Degree. 2- Drama Degree. 3- Film Degree. 4- Musical Theater Degree. 5- Costume Design Degree. 6- Stage Management. 7- Screenwriting Degree. 8- Directing/Theater Production. 9- Art Of Storytellin...There are many courses to learn acting online. A list of the courses are listed below;
1- Communication Degree.
2- Drama Degree.
3- Film Degree.
4- Musical Theater Degree.
5- Costume Design Degree.
6- Stage Management.
7- Screenwriting Degree.
8- Directing/Theater Production.
9- Art Of Storytelling.
10- Expressive Voice & Speech.
11- Art Of Auditioning.
12- Mastering Monologues.
13- Breaking Open Characters.
14- Expressive Body.
15- Art Of Script Analysis. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Acting page. (https://www.shiksha.com/mass-communication-media/acting-courses-chp). I hope this will help you.

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SHAH FAHAD

Beginner-Level 5

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Acting For Camera. Art Of Storytelling. Expressive Voice & Speech. Art Of Auditioning. Mastering Monologues. Breaking Open Characters. Expressive Body. Art Of Script Analysis. Communication Degree. Drama Degree. Film Degree. Musical Theater Degree. Costume Design Degree. Stage Management. Scr...Acting For Camera. Art Of Storytelling. Expressive Voice & Speech. Art Of Auditioning. Mastering Monologues. Breaking Open Characters. Expressive Body. Art Of Script Analysis. Communication Degree. Drama Degree. Film Degree. Musical Theater Degree. Costume Design Degree. Stage Management. Screenwriting Degree. Directing/Theater Production.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Ramoji Academy of Film and Television for Post Graduate Diploma in Cinematography.

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Ashish Chandekar

Beginner-Level 5

3 weeks ago

INR 3 Lacs- INR 5 Lac entire course.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Balaji ICE Institute for Certificate in Cinematography.

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Ashish Chandekar

Beginner-Level 5

3 weeks ago

Approximately, INR 2 lacs + for entire course.

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What is the syllabus for the WWI Exam?

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deepika maurya

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4 weeks ago

Whistling Woods International Entrance Exam Syllabus for GAT (General Aptitude Test)Design Concepts, How to Develop Characters, Logical Reasoning, Creative Writing Skills, Drawing Ability, and Skills, Communication Skills, Light and Shadow, Geometrical and Design Exercise, Compositional Sense, Po...Whistling Woods International Entrance Exam Syllabus for GAT (General Aptitude Test)
Design Concepts, How to Develop Characters, Logical Reasoning, Creative Writing Skills, Drawing Ability, and Skills, Communication Skills, Light and Shadow, Geometrical and Design Exercise, Compositional Sense, Poster, Logo, Character Designing, Story Telling, Sketching, Perspective Design, Logo Design, Problem Identification & Design Problem Solving, Sense of Proportion, Pictograms and Signage, and Visual Perception. Whistling Woods International Entrance Exam Syllabus for CAT (Creative Ability Test)
This section of the Whistling Woods International entrance exam would comprise subjective type questions related to the design course selected by the students. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha WWI exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/whistling-woods-international/wwi-entrance-exam-syllabus). I hope this will help you.

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Here is a suggested syllabus for a World War I exam:1. Causes of World War I:Alliance systemsImperialism and nationalismAssassination of Archduke Franz FerdinandMilitarism2. Major events of World War I:Outbreak of the warMajor battles (e. g. the Western Front, Gallipoli, the Eastern Front)Turning...Here is a suggested syllabus for a World War I exam:
1. Causes of World War I:
Alliance systems
Imperialism and nationalism
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Militarism
2. Major events of World War I:
Outbreak of the war
Major battles (e. g. the Western Front, Gallipoli, the Eastern Front)
Turning points of the war (e. g. the entry of the United States, the collapse of Russia)
The end of the war and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles
3. The impact of World War I:
Loss of life and human suffering
Political, social, and economic consequences
The aftermath of the war and its impact on the interwar period
4. The role of major powers in World War I:
Germany
Austria-Hungary
The Allied Powers (e. g. Britain, France, Russia)
The United States
5. The role of technology in World War I:
Advancements in weaponry (e. g. machine guns, poison gas, tanks)
The use of planes and submarines
The impact of these technologies on the course of the war
6. The role of propaganda in World War I:
The use of propaganda by governments and media to shape public opinion
The impact of propaganda on morale and support for the war effort
6. The role of individual soldiers and civilians in World War I:
Experiences of soldiers on the front lines
The role of civilians in the war effort (e. g. in munitions factories, nursing, etc. )
The impact of the war on civilian life
8. The role of diplomacy in World War I:
Efforts to negotiate peace
The role of international organizations (e. g. the League of Nations)
The consequences of the failure of diplomacy in the lead-up to the war. Hope this would help
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What are the books for the WWI exam?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

4 weeks ago

WWI Entrance Exam Syllabus for GAT (General Aptitude Test)Design Concepts, How to Develop Characters, Logical Reasoning, Creative Writing Skills, Drawing Ability, and Skills, Communication Skills, Light and Shadow, Geometrical and Design Exercise, Compositional Sense, Poster, Logo, Character Desi...WWI Entrance Exam Syllabus for GAT (General Aptitude Test)
Design Concepts, How to Develop Characters, Logical Reasoning, Creative Writing Skills, Drawing Ability, and Skills, Communication Skills, Light and Shadow, Geometrical and Design Exercise, Compositional Sense, Poster, Logo, Character Designing, Story Telling, Sketching, Perspective Design, Logo Design, Problem Identification & Design Problem Solving, Sense of Proportion, Pictograms and Signage, and Visual Perception. Books:
1- A new approach to Reasoning by B. S. Sijwali & S. Sijwali Arihant.
2- Reasoning Book for Competitive Examinations by Pearson.
3- Basic Rendering from Robert W. Gill.
4- How to Crack the Test of Reasoning by Arihant Experts
5- Breakthrough Thinking: A Guide to Creative Thinking and Idea Generation Paperback by Thomas Vogel
6- A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by R. S. Aggarwal
7- The Art of Creative Thinking: How to be Innovative and Develop Great Ideas Paperback by John Adair
8- The Art of Creative Thinking: How to be Innovative and Develop Great Ideas by John Adair.
9- Design drawing by Francis D. K. Ching.
10- WWI/NID/NIFT/IIFT/MITID that Entrance Exam Guide by RPH Editorial Board.
11- Shortcuts in Reasoning for Competitive Exams by Odisha Experts.
12- WWI that Mock Test Series 2019-20 by Bhanwar Rathore.
13- Entrance Books and Test Series by Afaindia. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha WWI exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/whistling-woods-international/wwi-entrance-exam-syllabus). I hope this will help you.

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When will the WWI 2023 be conducted?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

4 weeks ago

WWI Entrance Exam 2023:WWI 2023 Application Form: To be announcedApplications Form Last Date: Last Week of Mar 2023Exam Date: 22nd to 24th June 2023Declaration of Result: 2nd week of June 2023Counseling: 4th week of June 2023WWI Entrance Exam for Music, Filmmaking: 13 December 2022WWI Entrance Ex...WWI Entrance Exam 2023:
WWI 2023 Application Form: To be announced
Applications Form Last Date: Last Week of Mar 2023
Exam Date: 22nd to 24th June 2023
Declaration of Result: 2nd week of June 2023
Counseling: 4th week of June 2023
WWI Entrance Exam for Music, Filmmaking: 13 December 2022
WWI Entrance Exam for Animation and Game Design, Fashion Design, Visual Communication Design, Actor's Studio: 14 December 2022
WWI Entrance Exam for Media and Communication: 15 December 2022
For more information, you may visit the Shiksha WWI exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/whistling-woods-international/wwi-entrance-exam-dates). I hope this will help you.

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Vishal Srivastava

Contributor-Level 6

a month ago

The WWI 2023 will be conducted from 22nd to 24th June 2023.

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What is the admission process for WWI?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

4 weeks ago

WWI Entrance Exam Admission Process:1: Students need to Fill out the WWI Application Form on the official website of WWI. In the Whistling Woods International entrance exam, students need to fill in their personal details (candidate's name, father's name, etc. ), and educational details and pay t...WWI Entrance Exam Admission Process:
1: Students need to Fill out the WWI Application Form on the official website of WWI. In the Whistling Woods International entrance exam, students need to fill in their personal details (candidate's name, father's name, etc. ), and educational details and pay their application fee.
2: Get WWI Entrance Exam Admit Card: Students can download their Whistling Woods International Entrance Exam admit card from the official website of the college. Students will not be allowed to take the WWI entrance test if they do not possess a valid admit card for the exam.
3: Give WWI Entrance Exam The entrance exam conducted by Whistling Woods School of Fashion and Design is of 2 hours duration and is divided into 2 parts, I. e. , the Creative Ability Test and General Aptitude Test.
4: Appear for the Interview: Students who clear the Whistling Woods International entrance exam then need to appear for the PI round and submit their SoP (Statement of Purpose). Writing a Statement of Purpose is a subjective test that students need to give at the Whistling Woods International campus on the day of the interview. All the shortlisted students need to appear for the PI round which will be conducted by a panel of the Faculty of the programme for which the students have applied. The PI round will also be conducted at the Whistling Woods International campus.
5: Check WWI Entrance Exam Result: The result of the Whistling Woods International entrance exam will be declared on the official website as well as on the notice board present at the Whistling Woods International campus. For more information, you may visit the Shiksha WWI exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/whistling-woods-international/wwi-entrance-exam). I hope this will help you.

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What is the WWI exam?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

4 weeks ago

WWI Institute of Film, Communication, and Creative Arts conducts the Whistling Woods International entrance exam in order to offer admission to students in courses offered by it. Some streams in which students can secure admission through WWI Entrance Exam. Are Design, Animation, Media, Filmmakin...WWI Institute of Film, Communication, and Creative Arts conducts the Whistling Woods International entrance exam in order to offer admission to students in courses offered by it. Some streams in which students can secure admission through WWI Entrance Exam. Are Design, Animation, Media, Filmmaking, Screenwriting, and Event Management. WWI (Whistling Woods International ) offers design programs to students under the Whistling Woods School of Fashion and Design. This School of the design was set up jointly by Whistling Woods and Neeta Lulla. Other courses at Whistling Woods International are offered under the School of Film Making, School of Media & Communication, School of Animation, School of Music, Actors Studio, and School of Event Management. For more details, you may visit the Shiksha Whistling Woods International exam page. (https://www.shiksha.com/college/whistling-woods-international/wwi-entrance-exam#:~:text=2023 Exam Centres-, What is WWI Entrance Exam. , Design). I hope this will help you.

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Chirayu Jain

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Whistling Woods International Institute of Film, Communication, and Creative Arts conducts the WWI Entrance Exam in order to offer admission to aspirants in courses offered by it. Some streams in which aspirants can secure admission through WWI Entrance Exam are listed below: Design. Animation. M...Whistling Woods International Institute of Film, Communication, and Creative Arts conducts the WWI Entrance Exam in order to offer admission to aspirants in courses offered by it. Some streams in which aspirants can secure admission through WWI Entrance Exam are listed below: Design. Animation. Media.

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What is the full course fees at ICE Balaji Telefilms for Certificate in Acting?

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Raya Mondal

Beginner-Level 4

a month ago

The Institute of Creative Excellence (ICE) has fees of Rs 2 lakhs for the entire full-time acting course.

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Can I do post-graduation in one year after integrated course?

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Raya Mondal

Beginner-Level 4

a month ago

Yes you can complete B.Sc. In One Sitting. Now you canSave your Gap Years & Get Bachelor of Science Degree in One Year through fast track mode in India. Now those Students can save their time of 2 or 3 Years who have discontinued their study after 12th. Candidates can complete their Bache...Yes you can complete B.Sc. In One Sitting. Now you canSave your Gap Years & Get Bachelor of Science Degree in One Year through fast track mode in India. Now those Students can save their time of 2 or 3 Years who have discontinued their study after 12th. Candidates can complete their Bachelor of Science in One Year through One sitting B.Sc. Degree. A students who wants to complete his B.Sc. In one year and passed 12th Class in year 2009 and now wants to continue his education from recognised University and through Lateral Entry he can complete his Bachelor Degree in one year. Students have to give all three years exam this year to get instant Degree of Bachelor of Science.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Ramoji Academy of Film and Television for Diploma in Acting.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

One year fee for this course is around 60 to 70 thousand and the whole course is done in around 2 to 5 lakhs.

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I want to know about the fee structure at Balaji ICE Institute for Certificate in Script Writing.

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KRITI VEGAD

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

FEE: INR 50,000 + 18% GST = INR 59000. Payable 50% (INR 29500

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Does ICE have any link with Production houses in Mumbai to cast us in Any web series or movies or auditions?

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Aniket Mandal

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

Yes they have certain links with production houses to cast you but you have to work hard for it and have to start from smaller roles at first and then you will be able to gradually step up to bigger roles.

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Are there any colleges or universities available for doing BCA without Maths in Canada, US or UK?

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Pranmoi Mazumdar

Beginner-Level 5

2 months ago

No, you are not eligible to do BCA course abroad after completion of your 12th standard with Commerce stream from India. Only candidates who have passed 12th standard or an equivalent examination with Mathematics as one of the subject in the qualifying examination are eligible to pursue BCA course.

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Which exam do we have to give to take admission in Banasthali University Jaipur in Bachelor of Designing?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

Eligibility criterion of Bachelor of Design: A candidate must pass Senior Secondary 10+2 from any stream with a minimum of 50 percent marks. Admission to Bachelor of Design courses shall be based upon merit in the qualifying examination. So, there is no entrance exam at Banasthali University Jaip...Eligibility criterion of Bachelor of Design: A candidate must pass Senior Secondary 10+2 from any stream with a minimum of 50 percent marks. Admission to Bachelor of Design courses shall be based upon merit in the qualifying examination. So, there is no entrance exam at Banasthali University Jaipur, and the admissions will be based on 10+2 marks. I hope this will help you. If you have any other queries please ask.

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

2 months ago

The eligibility criterion of B. Design of Banasthali Vidyapith is 50% in 10+2. Admission to B. Design courses shall be based upon merit in the qualifying examination. So, there is no entrance exam, and the admissions will be based on 12th marks.

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I want to be a filmmaker but my parents are forcing me to do my Masters first. Is there any Masters course in filmmaking?

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Manav Kishore

Contributor-Level 7

2 months ago

Yes, there is Masters in film making and given below are the top Universities in film production:1. Jadavpur University Kolkata, West Bengal 2. Amity University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh3. Manipal Academy of Higher Education - [MAHE], Manipal, Karnataka 4. Mumbai University, Mumbai, Maharashtra 5. ...Yes, there is Masters in film making and given below are the top Universities in film production:
1. Jadavpur University Kolkata, West Bengal
2. Amity University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
3. Manipal Academy of Higher Education - [MAHE], Manipal, Karnataka
4. Mumbai University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
5. Amity University, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
6. Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University, Jaipur, Rajasthan
This particular master's degree is focused on film and television production, and generally takes two to three years to complete.

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How to get seat in nawab shah alam khan college B.Ed?

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Busetty Bhargava

Beginner-Level 5

2 months ago

The first step for doing BE/B.Tech is applying and writing the TS EAMCET Entrance test. To qualify for the Test, you need to score a minimum of 40 marks out of 120. Eligibility for the course is that you should have passed 10+2 with 45% with Maths, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects. After ge...The first step for doing BE/B.Tech is applying and writing the TS EAMCET Entrance test. To qualify for the Test, you need to score a minimum of 40 marks out of 120. Eligibility for the course is that you should have passed 10+2 with 45% with Maths, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects. After getting a seat allotted in the preferred college submit the previous memos and respective documents that's all. You can apply for TS EAMCET on the official portal yourself or at a nearby MeeSeva center. Reservation is there for Students from minority castes. The admission process is very easy.

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