NSHM is offering a 3 year B.Sc. programme in Film & Television in Kolkata under MAKAUT. It is an academic as well as professional programme which will orient the student in almost all the avenues of filmmaking including production design, camera, editing, direction as well as further studies. This programme will cover different avenues of audio-visual world and will make the student dexterous enough to pursue the path of academia as well as industry.
The programme is aimed at industry-oriented training where students will be introduced to various technologies as well as the art of storytelling to survive in this highly competitive industry. After the completion of the programme, they will be able to pursue a wide variety of careers in the film and television.
With more than 600 television channels, 100 million pay-TV households and about 1,000 films produced annually, India boasts of a vibrant Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry that offers attractive growth opportunities for students. After pursuing the programme, one can join the industry as:
|One Time Payment||Yearly Payment Payment Deadline||Half-Yearly Payment|
|Within 15 days of Admission||INR 3,00,000||INR 1,62,500||INR 87,000|
|By 30th Nov, 2022||INR 87,000|
|By 31st May, 2023||INR 97,500||INR 53,000|
|By 30th Nov, 2023||INR 53,000|
|By 31st May, 2024||INR 65,000||INR 35,000|
|By 30th Nov, 2024||INR 35,000|
|Tuition Fee Total||INR 3,00,000||INR 3,25,000||INR 3,50,000|
|Total Fees:||INR 3,50,000||INR 3,75,000||INR 4,00,000|
With more than 600 television channels, 100 million pay-TV households and about 1,000 films produced annually – India boasts of a vibrant Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry. Now online streaming platforms too are becoming the game changer for film and television industry as they are changing the way a movie gets made, edited or watched by the audience. Though people mostly choose to study film & television chasing their passion for filmmaking, this 3 year B.Sc. programme at NSHM will change their perspective on filmmaking by introducing them to the academic discipline involved in the study of film, TV and cinema.