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The Entrance Examination will be held Online
The examination pattern will be a Multiple Choice Questions
Section A will be MCQs on General Knowledge and Current affairs.
Section B would be MCQ's on Indian Cinema.
Sample Question Paper of Year 2018
Date of online Entrance Examination: To be announced
Examination Time: Proctored Mode
Duration of Entrance Examination: 1 hour
Publication of Results of Examination: within the week of Entrance Exam
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Post Graduate Diploma in “Indian Film Studies” of Department of Media and Communication Studies at the Savitribai Phule Pune University in collaboration with National Film Archives (NFAI) Pune, is a flexible programme of study, providing students with opportunities to study areas of film theory, Indian Cinema history and culture, as well as research and applied practical knowledge in archiving exclusively in the setting of Indian Cinemas. It caters to students wishing to enhance their professional careers, as well as those seeking to prepare for doctoral study. The course provides opportunities for students who are relatively new to the subject area to establish a foundation in the discipline as well as those who wish to pursue study in films. It may help or prepare students for employment/research in film, screen studies and creative industries, as well as those who wish to employ their knowledge of films to practice in educational, social and community settings.
The PG diploma in ‘Indian Film Studies’ programme offers a foundation in theoretical and critical Indian film studies. The course is designed on staff expertise and specialism from its form and theory to the historical and cultural approaches to ‘cinema’ of India. Also, the course also aims to provide students with the tools to look at classic and contemporary cinema with marketing and distribution strategies. The course will engage with the sociology of cinema in terms of politics of identity, gender, film music as well as practice for students who may wish to pursue the discipline at postgraduate level or for professional development. This involves acquiring practical skills in addition to theoretical knowledge, such as film curation / archiving.
(The programme overview is given towards the right side of this page.) This year the course will be online.
Total Credits for the Course: 40
Duration of the Course: The course will commence from Aug 2021 to June 2022 this year spreading in to two semesters. The admission will be done in the month of July 2021.
Intake of the Course: The strength of class will be maximum 25 students including foreign nationals.
Medium of Instruction: English will be the medium of Instruction. Students will be taught in seminars, small group tutorials, workshops and screenings offering opportunities for lively and engaged discussion.