M.A. Cinema & Television

The originally distinct areas, cinema and television have emerged to be interdependent over the years, in terms of technology as well as artistic expression. The multiplicity of television channels and the boom in the film world being a reality, a formal training in these areas equips the students who have keen interest in the audiovisual sector with adequate skills and confidence for successful careers in cinema and television.


Graduation in any field.
Preference will be given to candidates with the following: Training in Multimedia, Animation, Graphics, Videography, Film Appreciation, Journalism, Communication, Visual Arts, Painting, Theatre, Architecture and Music


  • Semester I

    Introduction to Communication (Theory)
    Cinema and television as an artform (Theory)
    Short films and documentaries (Theory)
    Techniques of cinema and television: Audio aspect (Theory)
    Techniques of cinema and television: Visual aspect

  • Semester II

    Shaping the content (Theory)
    Aesthetics of cinema and television (Theory)
    Techniques of cinema and television:
    Editing Aspect
    Methods of shooting
    Television shorts and serials

  • Semester III

    Media ethics and education (Theory)
    Research Methodologies (Theory)
    Shooting within TV studio
    Shaping the form
    Cinema and TV: Process of consolidation

  • Semester IV

    Film analysis (Theory)
    Synthesis of cinema and TV techniques
    Graduation film