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Film and Television Institute of India

The Film Institute of India was set-up by the Government of India in 1960 under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. The institute was registered as a Society in October, 1974 under the Registration of Societies’ Act, 1860 with the aim to provide high standard film and television education in India. Following the addition of Television Wing in 1974, the Institute was re-designated as Film and Television Institute of India. The Institute consists of two Wings: The Film and the TV Wing. The Film Wing offers five courses for the period of three years i.e. Post Graduate Diploma in Direction and Screenplay Writing, Cinematography, Film Editing, Sound Recording & Sound Design, Art Direction & Production Design , a two year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Acting and a one year post graduate certificate course in Feature Film Screenplay Writing. TV Wing offers four one year Post Graduate Certificate courses in Direction, Electronics Cinematography, Video Editing and Sound Recording & TV Engineering. As 12 seats are offered in each specialization, FTII offers 132 seats in 11 specializations.

To visit Film & Television Institute of India’s website, go to http://www.ftiindia.com/