The Department of Entertainment Media

Overview:

The department offers M.A. in Entertainment Media. This course enables the learners to learn the art of telling stories across media platforms (print, radio, television, digital and social media), in a supportive environment equipped with a wide range of cutting-edge resources. It aims to develop one’s creative skills to conceptualize new ideas and generate original content. It also offers B.Sc. and M.Sc. programmes in Media Technologies, both of which takes care of the technological aspects of media and communication.

    1. Introduction to the Course

    In the changed global informational order, the combined industry of media, communication and entertainment is increasingly being driven by technology. It could be strongly argued that content and technology have become inseparable. More particularly, the fields of cinema, animation and graphics have become as dependent on technology as they are dependent on content. Legacy media platforms such as print, television and radio are also taking a distinctly technological route in order to stay relevant in the current era of instant gratification. Thus, the industry needs a set of trained professionals, who are confluent with technologies that drive the various media platforms. However, conventional technical knowledge isn’t proving to be adequate in meeting the needs of the industry. The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata, in its effort to alleviate this apparent manpower problem, has introduced B.Sc. (Honours) in Media Technology that specifically encompasses the various technologies that drive the world of media, communication and entertainment. Ever since the inception of internet in the last decade of the twentieth century, media technologies have undergone sea changes. This programme taps those changes and produces trained professionals, who are ready to join the industry instantaneously. While this programme decidedly emphasizes on media technologies, there is an innate attempt at making the learners confluent with the fundamental theories of general science and technology as well. The most important element about this programme is its multimedia and convergent approach to media. It tries to inculcate a culture of platform-agnostic media among the learners. The programme also introduces the learners to the fundamental programming languages that can help them master media technologies in a more convincing way. Thus, learners, who complete this programme, go on to become media technological professionals across all the media platforms and not just one or two media platforms.

     

    1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?
    • Learners will be able to comprehend media technology as a distinct field of study.
    • Learners will be able to become effective platform-agnostic media technocrats.
    • Learners will be able to break new barriers in media technologies.
    • Learners will be able to understand media technology as a distinct part of media and communication studies.
    • Learners will be able to gain knowledge about all the technologies involved with all the media platforms including print media, television, radio and new media.
    • Learners will be able to distinguish between good practices and bad practices in media technologies.
    • Learners will be able to get a good grasp over technological ethics, something which is primordial to the health of the overall field and something which has been missing among the current crop of young industry professionals.
    • Learners will develop a distinct ability for using available media technologies in aiding trans-media storytelling, the primary skill required for any media technology professional.
    • Learners will be equipped to tell stories of their own.
    • Learners will be able to tell convergent platform-agnostic stories that make a telling difference to people’s lives.

     

    1. Subjects Covered:

    The programme consists of a heady mix of diverse subjects that enhance the collective intellect of all the learners. The subjects include Photography and Photo Editing, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Audio-Visual Editing, Animation, Broadcast Technologies, New Media Technologies, Optics and Lights, Sound and Acoustics, Basic Programming, Graphics, Web Design, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Makeup and Costume and Social Media Marketing.

     

    1. Specializations:

    Given the industry and global trends, we firmly believe that a convergent and multimedia approach to learning media technologies, which is platform-agnostic, is the way forward. The programme focuses on orienting the learners to all the technologies for all the available media platforms. Therefore, we have consciously chosen not to segregate the learners on the basis of specializations and provide them a comprehensive knowledge dossier on media technologies. However, the learners will have the option to choose some special papers from an available range of papers based on their choices and strengths.

     

    1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

    The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SOMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata boasts of a state-of-the-art lab infrastructure that includes a modern News Room, an advanced Audio Recording facility, a Mac Lab for editing, high-end cameras and other equipment required for understanding media technologies.

     

    1. Internships/ Project Work

    Media technologies are best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

     

    1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities

    With the right sort of training, the learners of this programme will find it a cakewalk to find suitable placements after the completion of the programme. The learners can find placements at Production Houses, Television Channels, Portals, Newspapers, Magazines, News Agencies, Public Relations Farms and Agencies, Advertising Agencies, Digital Marketing Farms, Content Aggregating Farms, Content Writing Farms, Publicity Companies and Research Farms.

    Additionally, Adamas University with its research focus will also orient learners for academics and research.

     

    1. Eligibility

    An aspiring candidate has to be a 10+2 pass-out in science. Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for UG.

  1. Introduction to the Course

In the changed global informational order, the combined industry of media, communication and entertainment is increasingly being driven by technology. It could be strongly argued that content and technology have become inseparable. More particularly, the fields of cinema, animation and graphics have become as dependent on technology as they are dependent on content. Legacy media platforms such as print, television and radio are also taking a distinctly technological route in order to stay relevant in the current era of instant gratification. Thus, the industry needs a set of trained professionals, who are confluent with technologies that drive the various media platforms. However, conventional technical knowledge isn’t proving to be adequate in meeting the needs of the industry. The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata, in its effort to alleviate this apparent manpower problem, has introduced M.Sc. in Media Technology that specifically encompasses the various advanced technologies that drive the world of media, communication and entertainment. Ever since the inception of internet in the last decade of the twentieth century, media technologies have undergone sea changes. This programme taps those changes and produces trained professionals, who are ready to join the industry instantaneously. While this programme decidedly emphasizes on media technologies, there is an innate attempt at making the learners confluent with the fundamental theories of general science and technology as well. The most important element about this programme is its multimedia and convergent approach to media. It tries to inculcate a culture of platform-agnostic media among the learners. The programme also introduces the learners to fundamental programming languages that can help them master media technologies in a more convincing way. Thus, learners who complete this programme go on to become media technological professionals across all the media platforms and not just one or two media platforms.

 

  1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?
  • Learners will be able to comprehend media technology as a distinct field of study.
  • Learners will be able to become effective platform-agnostic media technocrats.
  • Learners will be able to break new barriers in media technologies.
  • Learners will be able to understand media technology as a distinct part of media and communication studies.
  • Learners will be able to gain knowledge about all the technologies involved with all the media platforms including print media, television, radio and new media.
  • Learners will be able to distinguish between good practices and bad practices in media technologies.
  • Learners will be able to get a good grasp over technological ethics, something which is primordial to the health of the overall field and something which has been missing among the current crop of young industry professionals.
  • Learners will develop a distinct ability for using available media technologies in aiding trans-media storytelling, the primary skill required for any media technology professional.
  • Learners will be equipped to tell stories of their own.
  • Learners will be able to tell convergent platform-agnostic stories that make a telling difference to people’s lives.

 

  1. Subjects Covered:

The programme consists of a heady mix of diverse subjects that enhance the collective intellect of all the learners. The subjects include Advanced Photography and Photo Editing, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Audio-Visual Editing, Animation, Broadcast Technologies, New Media Technologies, Optics and Lights, Sound and Acoustics, Mechanics, Basic Programming, Graphics, Web Design, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Makeup and Costume, Social Media Marketing, Display Technology, Data Science and Communication Research.

 

  1. Specializations:

Given the industry and global trends, we firmly believe that a convergent and multimedia approach to learning media technologies, which is platform-agnostic, is the way forward. The programme focuses on orienting the learners to all the technologies for all the available media platforms. Therefore, we have consciously chosen not to segregate the learners on the basis of specializations and provide them a comprehensive knowledge dossier on media technologies. However, the learners will have the option to choose some special papers from an available range of papers based on their choices and strengths.

 

  1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata boasts of a state-of-the-art lab infrastructure that includes a modern News Room, an advanced Audio Recording facility, a Mac Lab for editing, high-end cameras and other equipment required for understanding media technologies.

 

  1. Internships/ Project Work

Media technologies are best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

 

  1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities

With the right sort of training, the learners of this programme will find it a cakewalk to find suitable placements after the completion of the course. The learners can find placements at Production Houses, Television Channels, Portals, Newspapers, Magazines, News Agencies, Public Relations Farms and Agencies, Advertising Agencies, Digital Marketing Farms, Content Aggregating Farms, Content Writing Farms, Publicity Companies and Research Farms.

 

Additionally, Adamas University with its research focus will also orient learners for academics and research.

 

  1. Eligibility

An aspiring candidate has to be a graduate in science or media studies or mass communication from a UGC-recognized university. Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for PG.

    1. Introduction to the Course

    M.A. in Entertainment Media offers theoretical knowledge with a strong focus on practical and professional skills and competencies. In order to achieve the given objective, the educational focus of the programme is strongly media and entertainment industry-oriented, which is based on a thorough grounding in social and behavioural sciences. There is a specific balance in teaching and learning and individual and group works. Class-based studies are used to strengthen the conceptual and analytical bents of mind.

     

    1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?

    Learners who complete the programme successfully will be able to:

    • Do appreciation of films and photography.
    • Use audio and video editing tools as part of media production works.
    • Make feature films, short films and documentaries.
    • Work in community radio set-up.
    • Improve knowledge and develop skills to be able to work in the entertainment industry.
    • Develop an insight of the entertainment industry and its management and revenue generation procedure.
    • Understand the working mechanism of new platforms like live entertainment and web entertainment.
    • Develop the acumen in cinematography and film production.

     

    1. Subjects Covered:

    M.A. in Entertainment Media is structured around four components:

    1. Core Paper Components.
    2. Elective/ Soft Core Components.
    3. Skill Enhancement Components.
    4. Research Report Components.

    Hard Core (HC) Papers (for Semester I, Semester II and Semester III) include:

    1. Media and Entertainment Theory.
    2. Visual Communication.
    3. Film Studies.
    4. Indian Constitution, Government, Media Laws and Ethics.
    5. Radio Broadcasting: Theory & Practice.
    6. Entertainment Media Management.
    7. Entertainment Media Revenues.
    8. Television Broadcasting (General Entertainment).
    9. Advanced Commercial Photography.
    10. Television Broadcasting (Infotainment).

    Core Course (CC) Paper (for Semester II) includes:

    1. Research for Entertainment Media.

    Electives/ Soft Core (SC) Papers (for Semester III and Semester IV) include:

    1. Film Production: Stages.
    2. Film & Television Direction.
    3. Cinematography.
    4. Post Production for TV & Films.
    5. OTT and Web Entertainment.
    6. Live Entertainment.
    7. Entertainment Entrepreneurship.
    8. AI, AR, VR in Entertainment.

    Skill Enhancement Components include:

    1. Soft Skills.
    2. Creative Writing: Different Genres.

    Research Report Components (for Semesters III and IV) includes:

    1. Dissertation.
    2. Project and Degree Film.

     

    1. Specializations

    Film, Television and Radio Production.

     

    1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

    Media Lab is available.

     

    1. Internships/ Project Work:

    Entertainment Media is best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

     

    1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities:

    Learners get placements in news organizations, advertising agencies, public relations firms, news websites, television news channels, film industry, online companies, digital marketing companies, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions. Learners have the opportunity to get placed in various media organizations and film industry that include non-technical and technical jobs.

     

    1. Eligibility

    Candidates, who have successfully completed their under-graduate programmes, can apply for the Master’s Programme. The programme is tailored in a way that learners from any discipline interested to pursue knowledge and career in the entertainment industry can apply for this programme. The minimum qualification required is 10+2+3 (Graduation Degree completion in any discipline) as per UGC regulations for taking admission in any Master’s Degree in India.

    Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for PG.

B.Sc. (Honours) in Media Technology (3 Years)
    1. Introduction to the Course

    In the changed global informational order, the combined industry of media, communication and entertainment is increasingly being driven by technology. It could be strongly argued that content and technology have become inseparable. More particularly, the fields of cinema, animation and graphics have become as dependent on technology as they are dependent on content. Legacy media platforms such as print, television and radio are also taking a distinctly technological route in order to stay relevant in the current era of instant gratification. Thus, the industry needs a set of trained professionals, who are confluent with technologies that drive the various media platforms. However, conventional technical knowledge isn’t proving to be adequate in meeting the needs of the industry. The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata, in its effort to alleviate this apparent manpower problem, has introduced B.Sc. (Honours) in Media Technology that specifically encompasses the various technologies that drive the world of media, communication and entertainment. Ever since the inception of internet in the last decade of the twentieth century, media technologies have undergone sea changes. This programme taps those changes and produces trained professionals, who are ready to join the industry instantaneously. While this programme decidedly emphasizes on media technologies, there is an innate attempt at making the learners confluent with the fundamental theories of general science and technology as well. The most important element about this programme is its multimedia and convergent approach to media. It tries to inculcate a culture of platform-agnostic media among the learners. The programme also introduces the learners to the fundamental programming languages that can help them master media technologies in a more convincing way. Thus, learners, who complete this programme, go on to become media technological professionals across all the media platforms and not just one or two media platforms.

     

    1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?
    • Learners will be able to comprehend media technology as a distinct field of study.
    • Learners will be able to become effective platform-agnostic media technocrats.
    • Learners will be able to break new barriers in media technologies.
    • Learners will be able to understand media technology as a distinct part of media and communication studies.
    • Learners will be able to gain knowledge about all the technologies involved with all the media platforms including print media, television, radio and new media.
    • Learners will be able to distinguish between good practices and bad practices in media technologies.
    • Learners will be able to get a good grasp over technological ethics, something which is primordial to the health of the overall field and something which has been missing among the current crop of young industry professionals.
    • Learners will develop a distinct ability for using available media technologies in aiding trans-media storytelling, the primary skill required for any media technology professional.
    • Learners will be equipped to tell stories of their own.
    • Learners will be able to tell convergent platform-agnostic stories that make a telling difference to people’s lives.

     

    1. Subjects Covered:

    The programme consists of a heady mix of diverse subjects that enhance the collective intellect of all the learners. The subjects include Photography and Photo Editing, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Audio-Visual Editing, Animation, Broadcast Technologies, New Media Technologies, Optics and Lights, Sound and Acoustics, Basic Programming, Graphics, Web Design, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Makeup and Costume and Social Media Marketing.

     

    1. Specializations:

    Given the industry and global trends, we firmly believe that a convergent and multimedia approach to learning media technologies, which is platform-agnostic, is the way forward. The programme focuses on orienting the learners to all the technologies for all the available media platforms. Therefore, we have consciously chosen not to segregate the learners on the basis of specializations and provide them a comprehensive knowledge dossier on media technologies. However, the learners will have the option to choose some special papers from an available range of papers based on their choices and strengths.

     

    1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

    The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SOMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata boasts of a state-of-the-art lab infrastructure that includes a modern News Room, an advanced Audio Recording facility, a Mac Lab for editing, high-end cameras and other equipment required for understanding media technologies.

     

    1. Internships/ Project Work

    Media technologies are best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

     

    1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities

    With the right sort of training, the learners of this programme will find it a cakewalk to find suitable placements after the completion of the programme. The learners can find placements at Production Houses, Television Channels, Portals, Newspapers, Magazines, News Agencies, Public Relations Farms and Agencies, Advertising Agencies, Digital Marketing Farms, Content Aggregating Farms, Content Writing Farms, Publicity Companies and Research Farms.

    Additionally, Adamas University with its research focus will also orient learners for academics and research.

     

    1. Eligibility

    An aspiring candidate has to be a 10+2 pass-out in science. Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for UG.

M.Sc. in Media Technology (2 Years)
  1. Introduction to the Course

In the changed global informational order, the combined industry of media, communication and entertainment is increasingly being driven by technology. It could be strongly argued that content and technology have become inseparable. More particularly, the fields of cinema, animation and graphics have become as dependent on technology as they are dependent on content. Legacy media platforms such as print, television and radio are also taking a distinctly technological route in order to stay relevant in the current era of instant gratification. Thus, the industry needs a set of trained professionals, who are confluent with technologies that drive the various media platforms. However, conventional technical knowledge isn’t proving to be adequate in meeting the needs of the industry. The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata, in its effort to alleviate this apparent manpower problem, has introduced M.Sc. in Media Technology that specifically encompasses the various advanced technologies that drive the world of media, communication and entertainment. Ever since the inception of internet in the last decade of the twentieth century, media technologies have undergone sea changes. This programme taps those changes and produces trained professionals, who are ready to join the industry instantaneously. While this programme decidedly emphasizes on media technologies, there is an innate attempt at making the learners confluent with the fundamental theories of general science and technology as well. The most important element about this programme is its multimedia and convergent approach to media. It tries to inculcate a culture of platform-agnostic media among the learners. The programme also introduces the learners to fundamental programming languages that can help them master media technologies in a more convincing way. Thus, learners who complete this programme go on to become media technological professionals across all the media platforms and not just one or two media platforms.

 

  1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?
  • Learners will be able to comprehend media technology as a distinct field of study.
  • Learners will be able to become effective platform-agnostic media technocrats.
  • Learners will be able to break new barriers in media technologies.
  • Learners will be able to understand media technology as a distinct part of media and communication studies.
  • Learners will be able to gain knowledge about all the technologies involved with all the media platforms including print media, television, radio and new media.
  • Learners will be able to distinguish between good practices and bad practices in media technologies.
  • Learners will be able to get a good grasp over technological ethics, something which is primordial to the health of the overall field and something which has been missing among the current crop of young industry professionals.
  • Learners will develop a distinct ability for using available media technologies in aiding trans-media storytelling, the primary skill required for any media technology professional.
  • Learners will be equipped to tell stories of their own.
  • Learners will be able to tell convergent platform-agnostic stories that make a telling difference to people’s lives.

 

  1. Subjects Covered:

The programme consists of a heady mix of diverse subjects that enhance the collective intellect of all the learners. The subjects include Advanced Photography and Photo Editing, Filmmaking, Cinematography, Audio-Visual Editing, Animation, Broadcast Technologies, New Media Technologies, Optics and Lights, Sound and Acoustics, Mechanics, Basic Programming, Graphics, Web Design, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Makeup and Costume, Social Media Marketing, Display Technology, Data Science and Communication Research.

 

  1. Specializations:

Given the industry and global trends, we firmly believe that a convergent and multimedia approach to learning media technologies, which is platform-agnostic, is the way forward. The programme focuses on orienting the learners to all the technologies for all the available media platforms. Therefore, we have consciously chosen not to segregate the learners on the basis of specializations and provide them a comprehensive knowledge dossier on media technologies. However, the learners will have the option to choose some special papers from an available range of papers based on their choices and strengths.

 

  1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

The School of Media, Communication & Fashion (SMCF) under Adamas University in Kolkata boasts of a state-of-the-art lab infrastructure that includes a modern News Room, an advanced Audio Recording facility, a Mac Lab for editing, high-end cameras and other equipment required for understanding media technologies.

 

  1. Internships/ Project Work

Media technologies are best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

 

  1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities

With the right sort of training, the learners of this programme will find it a cakewalk to find suitable placements after the completion of the course. The learners can find placements at Production Houses, Television Channels, Portals, Newspapers, Magazines, News Agencies, Public Relations Farms and Agencies, Advertising Agencies, Digital Marketing Farms, Content Aggregating Farms, Content Writing Farms, Publicity Companies and Research Farms.

 

Additionally, Adamas University with its research focus will also orient learners for academics and research.

 

  1. Eligibility

An aspiring candidate has to be a graduate in science or media studies or mass communication from a UGC-recognized university. Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for PG.

M.A.in Entertainment Media (2 Years)
    1. Introduction to the Course

    M.A. in Entertainment Media offers theoretical knowledge with a strong focus on practical and professional skills and competencies. In order to achieve the given objective, the educational focus of the programme is strongly media and entertainment industry-oriented, which is based on a thorough grounding in social and behavioural sciences. There is a specific balance in teaching and learning and individual and group works. Class-based studies are used to strengthen the conceptual and analytical bents of mind.

     

    1. What Are the Learning Outcomes?

    Learners who complete the programme successfully will be able to:

    • Do appreciation of films and photography.
    • Use audio and video editing tools as part of media production works.
    • Make feature films, short films and documentaries.
    • Work in community radio set-up.
    • Improve knowledge and develop skills to be able to work in the entertainment industry.
    • Develop an insight of the entertainment industry and its management and revenue generation procedure.
    • Understand the working mechanism of new platforms like live entertainment and web entertainment.
    • Develop the acumen in cinematography and film production.

     

    1. Subjects Covered:

    M.A. in Entertainment Media is structured around four components:

    1. Core Paper Components.
    2. Elective/ Soft Core Components.
    3. Skill Enhancement Components.
    4. Research Report Components.

    Hard Core (HC) Papers (for Semester I, Semester II and Semester III) include:

    1. Media and Entertainment Theory.
    2. Visual Communication.
    3. Film Studies.
    4. Indian Constitution, Government, Media Laws and Ethics.
    5. Radio Broadcasting: Theory & Practice.
    6. Entertainment Media Management.
    7. Entertainment Media Revenues.
    8. Television Broadcasting (General Entertainment).
    9. Advanced Commercial Photography.
    10. Television Broadcasting (Infotainment).

    Core Course (CC) Paper (for Semester II) includes:

    1. Research for Entertainment Media.

    Electives/ Soft Core (SC) Papers (for Semester III and Semester IV) include:

    1. Film Production: Stages.
    2. Film & Television Direction.
    3. Cinematography.
    4. Post Production for TV & Films.
    5. OTT and Web Entertainment.
    6. Live Entertainment.
    7. Entertainment Entrepreneurship.
    8. AI, AR, VR in Entertainment.

    Skill Enhancement Components include:

    1. Soft Skills.
    2. Creative Writing: Different Genres.

    Research Report Components (for Semesters III and IV) includes:

    1. Dissertation.
    2. Project and Degree Film.

     

    1. Specializations

    Film, Television and Radio Production.

     

    1. Lab Infrastructure (If Applicable):

    Media Lab is available.

     

    1. Internships/ Project Work:

    Entertainment Media is best learnt on the field. Thus, internships and live industry projects constitute a very important aspect of the programme. Adamas University believes in orienting the learners to the demands of the industry and making them absolutely industry-ready. In a world that thrives on competition, this programme with a staple dose of internships and projects will instill the right set of skills among the learners. Not only will all the learners do compulsory internships as an integral part of their education here, they will also apply their knowledge in doing projects for the industry.

     

    1. Placement & Career Opportunities/ Research Opportunities:

    Learners get placements in news organizations, advertising agencies, public relations firms, news websites, television news channels, film industry, online companies, digital marketing companies, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions. Learners have the opportunity to get placed in various media organizations and film industry that include non-technical and technical jobs.

     

    1. Eligibility

    Candidates, who have successfully completed their under-graduate programmes, can apply for the Master’s Programme. The programme is tailored in a way that learners from any discipline interested to pursue knowledge and career in the entertainment industry can apply for this programme. The minimum qualification required is 10+2+3 (Graduation Degree completion in any discipline) as per UGC regulations for taking admission in any Master’s Degree in India.

    Additionally, an aspiring candidate needs to qualify in Adamas University Admission Test (AUAT) for PG.