Film, Television & Digital Video Production

Course Head: Dr. Shaison P. Ouseph

Course content subject to change

Express Interest

Course Outline and Method

The technological advances in visual media in the wake of digital culture have created a new platform for Film Making, Television and Digital Production. The Film, Television & Digital Video Production Course is a 10 months full-time, Post-graduate Diploma Programme. In an inspiring and high-energy environment, the Course attempts to initiate professional training at the graduate or above graduate level. The course also equips the students in the art and craft of filmmaking and television programme production and is designed to prepare you for career in film and Television. Classes are taught by award-winning industry professionals with an unrivalled approach to hands-on, interactive learning in a real-world environment.

Faculty members will design assignments that engage students in interaction with students.

Students are expected to submit high quality assignments and projects during this course. Consistently late assignments can impact the final grade of this course. With a total of 500 sessions (100 credits) the Course offerings include: Film Studies, Direction, Scripting, Cinematography, Digital Editing, Sound, Lighting, Documentary Film Making, Still Photography and Multi Camera Live show.

Course Fees

Tution Fees 346500
CSGT 9% 31185
SGST 9% 31185
Registration Fees 2500
CSGT 9% 225
SGST 9% 225
Library Deposit 2500
Total Fees 414320


Anyone holding a graduate degree in Arts, Science, Mass Media, Commerce or any professional course etc. (Students, awaiting their graduation results, should submit a photocopy of the final year mark sheet of Second Semester to the Administration Office) failing which they will not be eligible for the XIC Diploma). There is an on-line entrance test followed by a Live / Zoom interview.

Class Timings

The course is conducted over week days - Monday to Saturday (9.00am - 8.30 pm), with three to four sessions daily. Workshops and Seminars are usually scheduled for Saturdays or Sundays. 75% attendance is compulsory in each module. Grades will be downgraded from the performance based credits.

Course Synopsis

All modules in this course are obligatory.
The Management reserves the right, as and when necessary, to change the syllabus without prior notice.

Hands-on experience of what is taught

Sessions Credits
Film & Television Direction 100 Sessions 20 Credits
Cinematography & Lighting 50 Sessions 10 Credits
Script Writing 30 Sessions 6 Credits
Editing 30 Sessions 6 Credits
Music 5 Sessions 1 Credits
Sound 15 Sessions 3 Credits
Film Studies 15 Sessions 3 Credits
Still Photography 15 Sessions 3 Credits
Television Studies 10 Sessions 2 Credits
Production Designing and Planning 10 Sessions 2 Credits
Ad Filmmaking 10 Sessions 2 Credits
Short Fiction Film – I 40 Sessions 8 Credits
VFX 20 Sessions 4 Credits
Song Picturisation 30 Sessions 6 Credits
Social Documentary 50 Sessions 10 Credits
Shorts Fiction Film – II 60 Sessions 12 Credits
Film Market Trends in Production & Distribution    
Field / Study Trip
Seminar/Panel Discussions/Extra Events    
Personal Empowerment    
Diversity & Inclusion    
Total: 510 sessions 560 Sessions 112 Credits