The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has approved 5 guides of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, beneath the newly created Applied Arts and Crafts class.
A listing of Institutions and accredited Courses published using AICTE on Saturday, May 11, underneath its newly-constituted class, refer to Institutes imparting publications in applied arts and crafts. The layout consists of FTII and all its five one-year Post Graduate Certificate publications.
Name of the courses
Of the 5 FTII courses which have received AICTE approval, 4 are in the Television wing (Direction, Electronic Cinematography, Video Editing, and Sound Recording & TV Engineering) and one in the Film wing (Feature Film Screenplay Writing).
Awards and popularity to the publications
“This is an ancient second for FTII to have received AICTE popularity of all five PG Certificate publications. This makes FTII the first movie college in India to obtain this popularity.
FTII’s tv courses were within the limelight in the latest years, winning numerous National awards or even worldwide honors. The AICTE approval lends extra value to the TV publications making them as appealing as the movie wing specializations. Screenwriters from FTII are already making their mark in the amusement industry. With the AICTE approval coming into effect from 2019-20, college students getting into TV publications and Feature Film Screenplay Writing direction this year stand to advantage. This is as important a watershed event because the Master’s degree equivalence granted to FTII’s six PG Diploma film wing publications by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) in January 2017. With this, all eleven FTII courses now stand approved with the aid of both AIU or AICTE.”, said Brijendra Pal Singh, Chairman, FTII Governing Council.
They said NU must have acted strictly in advance and stopped schools mushrooming in an ultimate decade or so. They said most NU colleges had been operating without accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), which changed into made mandatory through University Grants Commission (UGC) and different apex bodies. Even engineering schools affiliated with NU, besides some, are not up to speed and shortage the mandatory approvals for their branches from the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
“It becomes because of NU management’s inactiveness that such erring faculties have flourished over time. However, it’s higher overdue than never that government finally acted in opposition to them. NU is duty certain to follow Maharashtra Public Universities Act, 2016 strictly, but it changed into determined trying on this component. Non-compliance of regulations is also a contravention,” stated former Management Council member Dr. Vedprakash Mishra.
He brought that NU authorities, including VC and seasoned-VC, shouldn’t be complacent now and hold their ban on admissions until the erring faculties rent regular instructors and improve their infrastructure.
Some academicians counseled the students to very well verify credentials before taking admissions in NU schools, as even antique and reputed faculties like Shivaji Science, Hislop, Dharampeth Science, Dharampeth Commerce, Kamla Nehru, Dhanwate National College (DNC), GH Raisoni, PWS, and Porwal among others, have been in the blacklist.
“The complete administration led by VC SP Kane and seasoned-VC Pramod Yeole must be congratulated for the bold move. Such steps are should for keeping and improving the excellent of training. I locate it very surprising that schools are being run without even an unmarried complete-time trainer, go away aside infrastructure,” former seasoned-VC GS Parashar said.
He said that if such faculties are allowed to perform, there could be no distinction between an open college and a traditional one like NU. Former Senate and Academic Council member Anil Dhage said that although it changed into a difficult choice, NU did the proper issue, as compliance with guidelines is a should. “I don’t suppose that the university acted in haste. Those faculties should have been granted sufficient possibilities to make amends. It’s excessive time, even they have to realize that teachers are must for maintaining the quality of training and comply with regulations,” he stated.