Admission Notice 2009 To B.Tech. Integrated Course in Television and Film Production
Punjabi University is the first University in the country starting a four-year B.Tech. Integrated Course in Television and Film Production from the 2009-2010 session. The course will run in the new centrally air-conditioned building of Centre for Advanced Media Studies (CAMS)
Eligibility: Plus-2 in any stream
Career/Placement options: Visualizers, Copywriters, Scriptwriters, Screenplay writers, Camerapersons for Single and Multi-camera indoor and outdoor shooting, Film Directors, Technical directors, Art Directors, Documentary & Ad film makers, TV production and programming heads, Panel producers, Promo-producers, Multimedia and Graphic artists, Non-linear Editors, TV news reporters & anchors, TV shows-hosts, Sound recordists, Lighting experts, Visualisers, Still photographers.
Nomenclature of first year papers: Introduction to Media Studies, Professional Photography, Basic Computer Applications, Communication Skills, Principles of TV & Film Production, Video & Broadcast Technology, Historical Perspective of Television & Films, to be followed by conceptualizing, writing & directing films.
Existing infrastructure & facilities: Centrally air-conditioned building for class rooms and Seminar-cum-Preview Rooms, Two fully equipped studios with three-camera set ups, Latest Canon XL-2, Sony PD-170 TV/Film compatible and all-digital workflow cameras, Dolly-Trolley tripods, Non-linear editing suite with Final Cut Pro on Apple Mac Pro, Audio mixers, Hi-Tech Production Control Rooms, Teleprompter, Complete Indoor & outdoor Lighting equipment, Light Meters, Reflectors, Cordless Voice Transmitters, Hi-end Multimedia Labs with Internet connectivity and latest softwares, Fully-equipped Books and Video Library, Reading Rooms.
Internship, trips, workshops & guest lectures: Students will be attached to reputed TV channels after the completion of their first year. Trips include visit to Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune/ Film City, Hyderabad/ Subash Ghai’s Whistling Woods, Mumbai/ Satyajit Ray’s Institute, Kolkata. Reputed professionals from Mumbai, Pune and Delhi will also be invited for conducting frequent workshops, orientation courses, seminars etc.
In the offing: A new multi-crore building for CAMS, alongwith a Film City on the University Campus.
Annual fee to be paid in two instalments: Rs 60,000
Admission forms and other details will be available in the University’s Handbook of Information which is likely to be available during the last week of May. Keep visiting the website for latest updates from time to time.
Dr Gurmeet Singh Maan,
Director, CAMS and Head,
Dept. of Journalism & Mass Communication
Mobile no. 098784-77107
For more details, visit: www.punjabiuniversity.ac.in