By NSHM | May 6, 2024

Exploring the World of Film Studies at NSHM Media School

Movies have been a part of our lives for over a century now, and they have become an art form that holds a significant place in our culture. Films are a reflection of society, and an excellent way to understand human behaviour. Therefore, studying films can serve as a means to understand our world better.

Studying films can open up a wide range of career opportunities. It does lead to careers in the film industry, as a writer, director, producer, cinematographer, editor, or even a film academician. However, the skills you learn while studying film, such as critical thinking, communication, and creativity, are transferable to other industries, such as advertising, marketing, and public relations. Even the more technical skills learned while studying film, such as operating cameras, video editing, photography, and production management are increasing in demand. Therefore, studying film can provide you with a diverse set of skills that can be applied to various careers.


At Film and Television Department, NSHM Media School, the main purpose of the undergraduate programme is to train students and to provide an extensive, high quality education. The programme promotes independent thought and encourages intellectual initiative. Students develop excellent intellectual, communicative, writing and filmmaking skills, providing the foundation for a wide range of careers directly connected with Film and Television.

One of the high point of the Film and Television Department, NSHM Media School is the state of art facilities including Studio Floor, Professional Cameras, Editing setup with MAC and Professional Sound equipment.

Students are taught by academicians and Industry Professionals who have vast professional experience in Film and Television Industry. Our faculties are from leading film school (FTII,Pune) and esteemed Film Studies Department, JU.

Teachers and students work closely together and continually look to develop the teaching and curriculum in line with latest developments in the discipline.

In addition to the degree programme, the Department hosts numerous extra-curricular activities, including festivals, screenings, workshops and talks with academics and leading film personnel.

Together we make a friendly, inclusive and vibrant department.