This Programme is approved by University Grants Commission.
The main objective of this programme is for you to develop the skills needed to create and produce films and television programmes in a variety of existing and evolving contexts for viewing and distribution – including broadcast television, online, and in cinemas. Additionally, the programme will extend your understanding of the reach, responsibility and influence of “content”, the means of production, and distribution. The emphasis on the management of challenging, complex productions will provide you with a powerful set of skills, which will enhance your employability in any field, as will the experience of effective working with others as you collaborate with fellow students, clients, commissioners, actors and other participants in the films/programmes you make. On completion of the course; You will become a videographer/programme-maker/film-maker who may have chosen to develop a specialist in one or more areas of production, such as directing, producing, editing, camera, sound, writing. You would have worked on a range of film/programme types, including documentary, drama, social action, commercial and studio-based productions – including, when appropriate, live briefs and commissions. You will have abilities in the analysis of media texts, skills in project management and effective methods of working with other people and organisations. You will have explored a range of entrepreneurial and industrial contexts in which you might find employment and you will have prepared an action plan for your future employment and your continued professional development.(Click to know the fee structure)
If you’ve always wanted to create visual effects for films and produce video content, then this program is for you. Learn about the full screen production process, from pre-production, to production, to post-production. Master a wide range of skills such a cinematography, sound capture, script writing, storyboarding, directing, producing, editing, color grading, compositing and visual effects.
|DOMESTIC FEE STRUCTURE - 2020||Programmes||Course Duration||Fee Per year|
|BA (Hons) Media Studies - Digital Film & Video Production||3 years||125000|
|INTERNATIONAL / NRI FEE STRUCTURE - 2020||First year||Second year||Third year|
|$ 2200||$ 2200||$ 2200|
|HOSTEL CHARGES - 2020||CAMPUS A & B
|SINGLE WITH AC & REFRIDGERATOR||-||180000||190000||-||180000|
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Pass in 10+2 / Equivalent with minimum of five subjects.
Wherever grading system or any other system is followed for evaluating the performance of the candidate in the qualifying examination, the applicant should ensure that a certificate indicating the percentage obtained has to be submitted through the University / Board last studied. Applicants passing GCE / O / A level examination should have passed 4 + 3 or 5 + 2 subjects at the O & A level respectively.
The examination approved by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) only will be considered by the Garden City University, others who have passed the examination which is not in the AIU approved list shall obtain equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities.
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