Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute of Kolkata is one of the top Institutes of India. For taking admission in PG Courses of this Institute, students can apply till 23 August 2013.
Number of Seats and Course Duration
Ø There are 60 seats in SRFTI for which approx 5000 candidates will appear in this year exam.
Ø The course duration is of 3 years.
Ø Candidates must have graduation degree for appearing in this exam.
Ø For sound recording and design, candidates must have Physics and Mathematics in Class 12.
Exam and Result Date
Entrance exam will be conducted on 1 September 2013 for admission into five different courses. Last year approximately 4000 candidates appeared in this exam. SRFTI entrance exam will be conducted for following five courses.
· Direction and Screenplay Writing
· Sound Recording
· Production Methodology
Result of SRFTI will be declared on 31 October 2013.
The official website of SRFTI is http://www.srfti.gov.in/. You can visit this site to know more about this exam and to fill online application form for SRFTI entrance exam.
Ø For every course, 20,000 Rupees will be charged per Semester. During admission 25,000 Rupees will be taken which includes library charge and security deposit.
Ø In FTII of Pune, in 11 different courses annual fee is charged between 33,000 to 200,000 Rupees.
Scholarship and Awards
Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute also gives scholarships to its brilliant students. This scholarship is given either for one year or for one discipline two scholarships are rewarded to student based on his or her academic performance. In addition to it, state government also gives Stipend to students in Merit List.
There will be two papers in SRFTI entrance exam of two and half hours. The first paper will be of one hour for general knowledge and mental aptitude test. In this questions will be asked from art, culture, society and people. It will be an objective type paper.
Second paper will be of one and half hours. It will be based on specific area aptitude. In this questions will be asked from subjects, for which students have applied. It will contain course specific questions. It will be a theoretical paper. Negative marking will not be done in this exam.