This Summer, FTII Pune Offering 21 Online Courses For Students

Romaan Arora

Srinagar: The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) is starting as many as 21 short summer courses (online) for imparting professional and technical education to the students from June 5 this year.

The Pune-based prestigious institute offers courses in Screenplay Writing, Digital Cinematography, Sound in Cinema, Art Direction & Production Design in Cinema, among others.

“All the popular courses mentioned have a different duration,” the FTII said in a statement to Kashmir Observer. 

“The longest-running courses such as Screenplay Writing will extend till the 31st of October while the majority of courses will last till mid-July,” it added.

While classes for some courses will take place on weekend only, other will be taking place five days a week.

Each of the 21 courses has a different fee structure according to the popularity and technicality of the programme.

Another thing to be noted while mentioning the fee is that the total fee for each programme varies for Indians and students applying from outside India, whereas the former will be entitled to a special discounted price for each of the 21 courses.

“The allocation of seats in each of the programmes is subjected to a first come first serve basis,” the FTII said. “Hence, interested students are requested to apply to their course of interest as fast as they can, to ensure hassle-free admission into the prestigious and reputed FTII.”

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