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Walk-in for Professor and Demonstrator (Editing) posts at FTII Pune

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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune is recruiting for the posts of Professor and Demonstrator (Editing). Eligible candidates can grab this opportunity by attending the walk-in interview on June 25 and 26.

Job details:

Total number of posts: 7

Name of the posts:
Professor (Direction): 1
Associate Professor (Acting): 1
Assistant Professor (Acting): 1
Assistant Professor (Direction): 1
Assistant Professor (Cinematography): 1
Assistant Professor (Editing): 1
Demonstrator (Editing): 1

Educational qualification:

Demonstrator (Editing): Candidates who wish to apply for this position should be class 12 pass or equivalent from a recognized university or board.

Candidates should be well aware of the working of NLE system such as AVID and FCP.

As far as other professor posts are concerned, the candidates should hold a graduate degree with Master's in the related subject from a recognized university or institute.

For more information, applicants can check official website of FTII Pune.

What will be the selection procedure?

Candidates will selected based on their performance in the interview.

Application fee:

Rs 500/-

Important points:

  • Candidates should come to the campus of Film and Television Institute of India, Law College Road, Pune
  • The interview will take place between 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

Important dates for FTII Pune jobs:

Candidates will have to attend the walk-in interview on June 25 and 26.

About FTII 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 earn authentic knowledge of film making by involving themselves in making their own projects in a hands-on, intensive program.

FTII students are not lost in large classes. As an explicit policy, FTII limits class size, to make individual attention and interaction among students and instructors possible and fruitful. All students are encouraged to meet faculty one-on-one for consultation throughout their course creating an environment that promotes personal development and learning.


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