Institute of Mass Communication Film & Television Studies was founded in the year 2002 in Kolkata for offering vocational programs in the field of media. The Institute functions in affiliation with the University of Kalyani and approved by the Department of Higher Education (Government of West Bengal) and University Grants Commission. Doctor Pabitra Sarkar is the President of this Institute which offers specialized courses in mass communication, advertising, film studies, journalism, audio visual communication and public relations. The Institute has signed an institutional membership with the British Council of India and associate membership with the Indus Foundation of USA.
Institute of Mass Communication Film & Television StudiesFacts & Figures:
Set up in
14 June 2002
Main – 4
Short Certificate Courses – 7
Others – 2
How to reach
13.5 kilometers Kolkata Chitpur Terminal Railway Station
23 Kms from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport
Why choose to study at the Institute of Mass Communication Film & Television Studies?
1. Provision of ‘Earn While You Learn’ Scheme The Institute of Mass Communication Film & Television Studies in West Bengal offers ‘Earn While You Learn’ scheme, wherein the students are invited to make contributions through content writing assignments, still photography or video footage for the web portal INDI TV and the magazine – ‘The Scanner’. This arrangement is a paid internship where the students get paid at the end of the project.
2. Course in association with the Middlesex University The Institute offers the course of B.A. – Honors in Creative Media Production to be pursued in the United Kingdom under the governance of the Middlesex University. This is a one in a million chance where students get international exposure while the certificates are approved by the Indian Educational Board.