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BACHELOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY + DIGITAL IMAGING

BACHELOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY + DIGITAL IMAGING

Specialization of Photography is a combination of art, craft, science and technology. Students are exposed to classical art, its principles and how they translate into photography. They go through the filmmaking process and liberal arts subjects to broaden their understanding of Indian and Western art, aesthetics, storytelling and visual literacybefore they specialize in photography. Our photography faculty is not only well trained; they’re currently working industry professionals who bring in big brands from the photography & related industries forging an ongoing synergy with the industry & classroom.

 

Admissions

Admissions Eligibility

12th standard/10+2 in any stream, with minimum marks of 50%

Admissions process

Please register below. We will contact you to provide you with the application details.

NOTES:

Students can apply for this degree before receiving their final academic or exam results. Selected students will receive conditional enrolment, in which cases; admissions will be confirmed once the results are provided meeting the admission eligibility of AISFM.

Most of our courses accept fewer than 20 students, and some courses accept fewer than 10. We strongly recommend applying as early as possible to have a good shot at securing a seat.

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Tutions

fees details

This fee structure is applicable for 2018-19 batch

Ancillary Costs

Due Date of Amt Payable Year Semester Installment Fee Security Deposit Insurance Cafeteria Total
At the time of joining 1st Year Semester I Installment - I 75,000 50,000 4,000 16,000 1,45,000
1st Year Semester I Installment - II 75,000 75,000
1st Year Semester II Installment - III 75,000 50,000 1,25,000
1st Year Semester II Installment - IV 70,000 70,000
2nd Year Semester III Installment - V 75,000 4,000 16,000 95,000
2nd Year Semester III Installment - VI 75,000 75,000
2nd Year Semester IV Installment - VII 75,000 75,000
2nd Year Semester IV Installment - VIII 70,000 70,000
3rd Year Semester V Installment - IX 75,000 4,000 16,000 95,000
3rd Year Semester V Installment - X 75,000 75,000
3rd Year Semester VI Installment - XI 75,000 75,000
3rd Year Semester VI Installment - XII 70,000 70,000
4th Year Semester VII Installment - XIII 75,000 4,000 16,000 95,000
4th Year Semester VII Installment - XIV 75,000 75,000
4th Year Semester VIII Installment - XV 75,000 75,000
4th Year Semester VIII Installment - XVI 70,000 70,000
11,80,000 1,00,000 16,000 64,000 13,60,000

AFFILIATION

Degree

Bachelor’s degree in Photography & Digital imaging

Duration

4 years (2 years academic + 2 years projects and industry experience)

CURRICULUM

Based on industry requirements, we have identified five major areas of study and four minor areas of study. The combination of these study areas results in our four-year bachelor’s degree.

Syllabus Credit Hours
English I 3
Philosophy I or History of Western I 3
Photography I 3
Basic Visual Literacy 3
Fundamentals of Storytelling 3
Communication and Mass Media 3
Semester 1 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
English II 3
Philosophy II or History of Western Art II 3
Photography II 3
Basic Audio Literacy 3
Fundamentals of Scriptwriting 3
Introduction to Filmmaking 3
Semester 2 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Psychology I 3
Political Science 3
Media Ethics, Laws & Censorship 3
Introduction to News 6
Technical Triad of Filmmaking I: Cinematography I 1
Technical Triad of Filmmaking I: Editing I 1
Technical Triad of Filmmaking I: Sound Design I 1
Semester 3 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Psychology II 3
Comparative Mythology 3
Introduction to Advertising 6
Acting Fundamentals 1.5
Line Production 1.5
Technical Triad of Filmmaking II: Cinematography II 1
Technical Triad of Filmmaking II: Editing II 1
Technical Triad of Filmmaking II: Sound Design II 1
Semester 4 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Documentary Filmmaking I 3
History of Photography 3
Fundamentals of Design 3
Photography III 3
Digital Imaging I 3
Photography Workshops I 3
Semester 5 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Documentary Filmmaking II 3
Photo Journalism 3
Photography IV 3
Digital Imaging II 3
Photography Workshops II 3
Design Theory 1 – Context and Criticism 3
Semester 6 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Transmedia Strategy & Production 3
Corporate Design – Integrated Branding 3
Photography V 4.5
Digital Imaging III 4.5
Photography Workshops III 3
Semester 7 project –
Syllabus Credit Hours
Photography Workshops IV 3
Internship Reports and Presentations 6
Final Portfolio Submission 9
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Scholarships Scholarships are given on the basis of merit. For more details contact to our admissions department.

Security deposit Rs.1,00,000. Of this amount Rs. 50,000 is payable at the time of admission . The second instalment must be paid at the start of the second semester. The amount will be refunded after course completion, subject to any deductions.

Software costs. Each course has certain compulsory requirements for software purchase. These can be purchased through selected vendors at educational discounts.

Laptop. Each Student must own a laptop from the beginning of the first year. The required specifications will be provided to students upon them securing admission. Students can bring their own laptop or purchase one through our selected vendors at educational discounts. We strongly advise students not to purchase laptops until the specifications are provided, as a particular brand/configuration may be mandatory.

Camera. Each Student must own a DSLR camera. The required specifications will be given in the offer letter. Students can bring their own camera or purchase one through our selected vendors at educational discounts.

Insurance. All students are compulsorily enrolled in the student group medical and accident cover. The cost is approximately Rs.4000 per year and is charged annually.

Elective Course Charges. Some optional subjects carry additional course fees to cover the costs of specialised materials or technology. Students will be made aware of these charges at the time of selecting their optional subjects.