Citizens Charter

The Vision and Mission Statement in respect of Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, is enclosed as Annexure-I.

1. 

Details of Business transacted by the Organization :

 

The main business transacted by the Institute is to impart training to the students in the art and craft of filmmaking and offer in-service training to  personnel from Doordarshan. The detailed objectives of the Institute are enclosed as  Annexure-II.  A copy of Prospectus for the year 2015 is also available on this website.

2. 

Details/types of Clients/Customers

 

The main clients/customers of the Institute are film and television course students, TV trainees deputed by Doordarshan, IIS Probationers etc.,  and participants of short-term courses.

3. 

Expectations from the client/citizen

 

The students and TV trainees expect systematic training in the art and craft of Film and TV media. The outside Producers' expectations are limited to timely provision of good quality equipment, trained technicians and suitable locations for their Film and TV productions, at reasonable rates. The in-service training offers opportunity of interaction and exchange of ideas among the participants and augmenting their skills and exposure to the new technical aspects of the medium.

4. 

Statement of services provided to each client/user group separately (preferably in statement form)

 

A statement showing number of students and TV trainees trained in the Institute is enclosed  Annexure-III

5. 

Spell out standards of service i.e. indicate time-limits for execution of various tasks involving public interface and the quality of service with reference to courtesy and helpfulness of the staff

 

Being an educational institution, the main service of the Institute pertains to  training film and television students enrolled in the Diploma courses,  One Year Certificate Courses    in- service trainees and short-term courses. The syllabi for the various courses are designed by the Academic Council that consists of industry professionals and teachers. The courses have fixed duration which are arrived at after providing training in all important ingredients of Film, Television and allied subjects. The teachers are appointed as per the standards of qualifications and experience as per recruitments rules. The short courses  vary in  duration from 2 weeks to 8 weeks to sometimes  longer duration.  The Institute  has two Wings : the Film and the TV Wing.  FTII offers  following Courses.

I. 

Three year Post Graduate Diploma in Film & Television with following five specializations
a) Direction & Screenplay Writing
b)  Cinematography
c)  Editing
d)  Sound Recording & Sound Design
e)  Art Direction & Production Design

II.

Two year Post Graduate Diploma in Film Acting.

III. 

One year Post Graduate Certificate course in feature film Screenplay writing

IV. 

One Year Post Graduate Certificate Course in Television with following four specializations
a)  Direction;
b) Electronic Cinematography;
c) Video Editing;
d) Sound Recording and TV Engineering

Other Short Courses  conducted by the Institute

1. Documentary Production for DD Staff 6 weeks

2.

Videography Course for DD Staff

2 weeks

3.

Course in Digital Graphics for TV Production for DD Staff

2 weeks

4.

Nonlinear Editing Course for Outsiders

3 weeks

5.

Basic Videography Course for Outsiders

2 weeks

6.

Advance Course in Videography for Outsiders

4 weeks

7.

Orientation Course in Multimedia Application in TV Production for Doordarshan Staff

4 weeks

8.

Art Direction (Basic Level) for Doordarshan Staff

3 weeks

9.

Audio Designing for TV Production for Doordarshan Staff

2 weeks

10.

TV Technology for Doordarshan Staff                                                   

2 weeks

11

Make-Up course for Doordarshan Staff

2 weeks

12.

Introduction to DV Cam Operations for Doordarshan Staff

1 weeks

13.

Strategic Television Management for Doordarshan Staff and Outsiders

4 week

14.

TV Research Methods for Doordarshan Staff and Outsiders

2 weeks

15.

As per the requirements of the Universities, Workshops for the Post Graduate Students of Journalism and Mass Communication Departments of various Universities/institutions such as 
a) Punjab University, Patiala
b) Guru Nanak Dev University, Jalandhar
c) International School of Business and Media, Pune
d) Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalay,Wardha,Maharashtra

  

Students and Trainees constantly interact with the Faculty and  Director,  of  FTII and  all assistance is rendered to them to solve their problems & issues. 

6. 

Details of Grievance Redress Mechanism and Access Mechanism.

 

The Citizen can approach  any of the  Officer  shown below. The Information & Facilitation Counter (IFC) or anyone of the following Officers may be approached for getting  information and necessary help.  The IFC is located on 2nd floor of  TV Building (Room No. 330).
Grievance/Complaint, if any, will be promptly acknowledged and replied within 30 days (7 working days for acknowledgement) and within about 30 - 40 working days for normal reply and/or other reply. Regarding major/policy/planning issues at the central level, Citizen may contact/send grievance/complaint to the Director, FTII, Pune.


Particular matter related with

Officer may be contacted

Admissions

Information & Facilitation Counter,
Telephone No. 020-25425656.

Other grievances

Registrar Office
Telephone No. : (020) 25433360
Fax No. : (020) 25457638.
Email : registraroffice@ftiindia.com

Table for Savottam Compliance

Sr. No

Description

Yes

No

1.

Has the Department Published an approved Citizen's Charter?

Yes

 

2.

Has the Department Circulated the Charter among service delivery units?

Yes

 

3.

Has the Department Appointed a senior officer as Director of Public Grievances/Nodal officer for Citizens' Charter for the Department? Yes

 

4.

Has the Department set up a task force for formulation, Implementation and review of Citizen's Charter as per standards & for conducting self assessment with involvement of representative citizen groups?

In process

 

5.

Has the Department published grievance lodging and redress procedure, and timelines for redress?

Yes

 

The Institute has appointed Registrar as Staff Grievance Officer to look into the problems faced by the employees of FTII.
In the event of non-fulfillment of the commitments, Director, FTII,  can be contacted on the following address. 

 

Shri. Bhupendra Kainthola,  IIS
Director,
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road,
Pune 411004.


Telephone :

( 020 ) 25431010 (Office)
( 020 ) 25431047 (Residence)

E-mail :

filminst@gmail.com

 

7. 

There should be an in-built provision for annual review of the Charter and performance audit by outside agency.

 

The academic activities and other programmes of the Institute are reflected in the Annual Report submitted to the Ministry of I&B. The Accounts of the Institute are audited by Chartered Accountants appointed on the recommendations of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India . Accounts are also inspected annually by the Principal Director of Audit, Central, Mumbai.

8. 

The level at which the charter has been approved: Director FTII

9. 

A provision of feedback/suggestions from the users may be indicated in the charter.

 

With students, a continuous dialogue is maintained at FTII through the Students Association. The TV trainees, at the end of their course, are requested to give feedback of academic inputs and other aspects of the Institute and offer suggestions, if any. Also, feedback from students of regular courses is obtained on regular intervals.

ANNEXURE–I

The Institute envisions to impart high quality education in the fields of Film, Television and allied media to encourage creative expression, independent enterprise and to create well educated professionals for Film, TV and media Industry. It also seeks to promote research & innovation and develop new concepts & practices in the area of Film & TV education for professional and soci- cultural exchange at the National & International level.

ANNEXURE-II
OBJECTIVES
The objectives for which the Institute is established are :


1.

to develop suitable patterns of teaching in all branches of film and television, both at under-graduate and post-graduate levels, so as to establish high standards of films and television education in India.

2.

to constantly  endeavour  at  raising  the  technical    standards   of  Indian  films  and television programmes  so  as  to  make  them  aesthetically more  satisfying  and acceptable  to  facilitate regular inflow of fresh ideas and new techniques in the field of Cinema and Television and a corresponding outflow of trained personnel imbibing these ideas and techniques.

3.

to produce trained man-power both for the growing needs of the film industry and television organisations in India , and particularly to organise the in-service training programme for television personnel.

4.

to create a new awareness among the future workers in film and television of the potentialities of their media not only as means of entertainment but also of education and artistic expression.

5.

to cooperate or collaborate with other national and/or foreign institutes and institutions and organisations in the field of film television and the performing arts.

6.

to provide for  postgraduate teaching in the art and craft of film-making for Cinema and Television and allied subjects.

7.

to provide facilities for and undertake research in various branches of film and television.

8.

to prescribe courses and curricula for  postgraduate studies and short-term courses.

9.

to hold examinations and grant such diplomas and certificates and other academic distinctions as may be necessary;

10.

to organise refresher courses, summer schools and the like and invite experts and research scholars from within the country and abroad for delivering lectures and/or developing research and to pay them such remunerations as may be appropriate.

11.

to depute students and members of the staff of the Institute to participate in seminars, conferences, workshops, training courses and the like, in India and abroad, through fellowships, scholarships and otherwise.

12.

to print, publish and exhibit any magazine, periodical, monograph poster or films that may be desirable for the promotion of the objectives of the Institute.

13.

to assist and associate itself with efforts of other academic bodies, Governmental, non-Governmental for the fulfilment of the objects of the Institute.

14.

to institute and award scholarships, fellowships, monetary assistance and prizes with a view to promoting interest in studies and research in film and television.

15.

to institute and appoint persons to professorships, readerships, lectureships and posts of any description in accordance with the rules and bye-laws.

16.

to fix and recover fees and other charges and establish, maintain and manage halls and hostels for the residence of scholars, officers, members of the staff and students of the Institute.

17.

to accept grants, subscriptions, donations, gifts, benefactions, bequests and transfers of properties, both movable and immovable, from any Government, Corporations, Trust or person for the purpose of the Institute, provided that no conditions or obligations opposed to the objects of the Institute are attached thereto, and in the case of grants and gifts from foreign Government, foreign organisations or international organisations, prior approval of Central Government is obtained.

18.

to maintain a fund to which shall be credited :


A.

 

all money provided by the Central Government

B.

 

all fees and other charges received by the Institute

C.

 

all money received by the Institute by way of grants, gifts, donations, benefactions, bequests or transfers; and

D.

 

all moneys received by the Institute in any other manner or from any other source.

19

to deposit all moneys credited to the Fund in such banks or to invest the same in such manner as the Institute may decide.

20.

to draw, make, accept, endorse and discount cheques, notes or other negotiable instruments and for this purpose to sign, execute and deliver such assurance and deeds as may be necessary for the purpose of the Institute.

21.

to pay out of the funds belonging to the Institute or out of any particular part of such funds, the expenses incurred by the Institute from time to time for the management and administration of the affairs of the Institute, including all expenses incidental to the formation of the Institute, all rent, rates, taxes, outgoing and the salaries of the employees.

22.

to give pensions, gratuities or charitable aid to the teachers, staff and other employees or ex-employees of the Institute or to other wives, widows, children or other dependents of such persons.

23.

to make payments towards insurance and to form and contribute to provident and benefit funds of any person employed by the Institute or of the wives, widows, children or other dependents of such persons.

24.

to acquire, hold and dispose of property in any manner whatsoever for the purposes of the Institute, provided that the prior approval of the Central Government is obtained in the case of disposal of immovable property.

25.

to use any property belonging to the Institute in such a manner as the Institute may deem fit for advancing its objects.

26.

to borrow and raise money with the prior approval of the Central Government, with or without security, or on the security of any mortgage, charge or hypothecation or pledge overall or any of the other manner whatever for the purpose of the Institute.

27.

to invest and deal with any money of the Institute not immediately required for any of its objects in such manner as may be provided by the Constitution of the Institute as may from time to time be determined.

28.

to build, construct and maintain houses, hostels, schools or other buildings and alter, extend, improve, repair, enlarge or modify the same including any existing buildings and to provide and equip the same with light, water, drainage, furniture, fittings, instruments, apparatus and appliances for the use of such buildings in connection with the objects of the Institute.

29.

to construct or otherwise acquire, layout, repair, extend alter, enlarge and improve land, recreation or playgrounds, parks and any other immovable property belonging to or held by the Institute.

30.

to constitute committees or sub-committees as it may deem fit to carry out the objects of the Institute.

31.

to make rules and regulations for the conduct of the affairs of the Institute and add, amend, vary or rescind them from time to time and

32.

to do all such lawful acts and things whether incidental to the powers aforesaid or not, as may be necessary or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the objectives of the Institute as a centre of research and training.

Annexure-III

A- FILM WING
                                                            (A) Students passed out from 1963 to 1999

No.

Courses

No. of students

1.

Advanced Direction

45

2.

Film Direction/Post Diploma in Direction

221

3.

Screenplay Writing-cum-Elements of Direction

74

4.

Motion Picture Photography

316

5.

Sound Recording & Sound Engineering/ Audiography

253

6.

Film Editing

283

7.

Film Acting

182

8.

Production Management (Film & Television)

06

9.

Art Direction (Film & Television)

08

 

Total

1388

                                    (B) Students passed out from 2000 to 2016


No.

Courses

No. of Students

1.

Diploma Direction (upto 2008 Batch)

77

2.

Diploma Cinematography (upto 2008 Batch)

80

3.

Diploma Editing (upto 2008 Batch)

84

4.

Diploma Sound (upto 2008 Batch)

58

5.

Diploma Art Direction (upto 2012 Batch)

75

6.

Diploma Acting (upto 2011 Batch)

149

7.

TV Direction (upto 2014 Batch)

110

8.

TV Cinematography (upto 2014 Batch)

104

9.

TV Sound (upto 2014 Batch)

107

10.

TV Editing (upto 2014 Batch)

82

11.

SPW (upto 2014 Batch)

117

12

Animation (from 2005 to  2011 Batch)

70

 

Total

1113

B- TELEVISION WING

No.

Courses

No. of trainees

1.

Courses for Doordarshan Staff
(from  1974 till date)

3859

2.

Short Courses for/Workshops(for Universities/Colleges/AIBD/Zee TV Staff/Police Official etc.)

1842

3.

Indian Information Service Probationers

273

 

Total

5974

 One Year Post Graduate Certificate Courses in Television from 2003 to 2016

No.

Courses

No. of trainees

1.          

Direction

127

2.

Electronic Cinematography

118

3.

Video Editing

121

4.

Sound Recording & TV Engineering

86

 

Total

452