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Top 10 Film and Television Schools in India

India has the world's highest film production rate even more than Hollywood and a very strong media industry. The professional of these were not only educated from abroad but the Country itself has great domestic film and TV schools. Here re the 10 best among them.

Film and Television Institute of India (Pune)

The Film and Television Institute of India is designed for a new generation of storytellers: visual and performing artists who share a passion for motion pictures and want to learn by making their own projects in a hands-on, intensive program. FTII students are not lost in large classes. As an explicit policy, we limit class size, to make individual attention and interaction among students and instructors possible. All students are encouraged to meet faculty one-on-one for consultation throughout their course creating an environment that promotes personal development and learning.

SRFTI - Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (Kolkata)

Named after the legendary film maestro Satyajit Ray, SRFTI is a national center of excellence and offers post-graduate program in Cinematic studies.

Whistling Woods International Film School (Mumbai)

Whsitling Woods International is one of the top film schools in the world and best film institute offering two year diploma & 3 year degree programs in Mumbai, India.

Asian Academy of Film & Television (Delhi)

Asian Academy of Film & Television (AAFT) is one of the best leading institute in India and in the world also imparting education in the field of films,

Xavier Institute of Communications (Mumbai)

XIC, Mumbai, Offers different mass media, mass communication, public relations, advertising and marketing, corporate communication courses. Choose from post-graduation Diploma Courses, Certificate courses and workshops.

Annapurna International School of Film & Media (Hyderabad)

The Annapurna International School of Film and Media is India’s first private, non-profit and completely student-focused media school

National Institute of Film and Fine Arts (Kolkata)

National Institute of Film and Fine Arts(NIFFA) was founded by Late Dhiresh Ghosh, former head of the Department of Direction, FTII, Pune. NIFFA is a registered non-profit making society devoted to career development programmes in the film industry and allied fields. At present the institute runs courses in a wide range of subjects like acting, direction, videography, non-linear editing, dance, modelling, news reading & anchoring, journalism, etc. to name a few. NIFFA has also started courses in multimedia, 2d and 3d animation among other things.

L V Prasad Film & TV Academy (Chennai)

Located in the sprawling Prasad Studios campus in Chennai and equipped with state-of-the-art digital technology, the academy has started the current academic year in August 2014.