FTII Admissions 2024: If you want to make a career in the world of films, then you can apply for various post graduation certificate courses in Television at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune. Here the process of application for courses in film direction, cinematography and editing has been started. Interested candidates can apply for the course for which they fulfill the eligibility criteria. To apply, candidates have to visit the official website of Film and Television Institute of India www.ftii.ac.in. Before applying, candidates are advised to know about the Post Graduation Certificate course first.
– One year PG Certificate course in Television with specialization in Direction.
– One year PG Certificate course in Television with specialization in Electronic Cinematography.
– One year PG Certificate course in Television with specialization in Video Editing.
– One year PG Certificate course in Television with specialization in Sound Recording and Television Engineering.
Candidates who want to apply for these courses can apply from now till February 4, 2024. After applying for the courses, the written examination will be conducted on 11th February. Candidates who are successful in the written examination were called for interview and orientation round. After this, the final merit list will be prepared on the basis of the performance of the students.
Female candidates falling under Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PWBD) categories will have to pay Rs 600 as application fee. Whereas candidates of other categories will have to pay Rs 2,000 as application fee. Application fees can be paid through online mode.
This will be the exam pattern
Phase 1 written examination for these courses will be conducted on 11.2.2024 (Sunday) from 10 AM to 1 PM in Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Jammu and Aizawl. It will be a 3-hour exam carrying 100 marks and consisting of 2 papers. Paper I will have 2 parts, Part A will consist of multiple choice questions (single answer) and Part B will consist of multiple select questions (MCQs) which will be of 20 marks.