Disclosure Under RTI
 
MANUAL OF THE

FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE OF INDIA, PUNE.
(As per Chapter-II, Para (4) (b) of the RTI Act 2005)

 

1.  Organization, Functions and Duties

 

The Film Institute of India was set-up by the Government of India in 1960 under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. Following the addition of Television Wing in 1974, the Institute was re-designated as Film and Television Institute of India. The Institute became a Society in October, 1974 under the Registration of Societies’ Act, 1860. The Society consists of eminent personalities connected with Film, Television, Communication, Culture, Alumni of Institute and Ex-Officio Government Members. The Institute is governed by a Governing Council, headed by a Chairman who is an eminent person from the fields of cinema, television and the arts. The academic policies and plans of the Institute are formulated by the Academic Council. The matters involving finance are controlled by the Standing Finance Committee.

I.  Three year Post Graduate Diploma in Film & Television with following four specializations

a) Direction

b) Cinematography

c) Editing

d) Sound Recording & Sound Design

   
II.  Two year Post Graduate Diploma in Film Acting.
   
III.  Two year Post Graduate Diploma in Art Direction and Production Design.
   
IV.  One Year Post Graduate Certificate Course in Television with following four specialization

a) TV Direction

b) Electronic Cinematography

c) Video Editing

d) Sound Recording and TV Engineering

   
V.  One year Post Graduate Certificate Course in Feature Film Screenplay Writing.
   
VI.  One Year Certificate Course in Animation and Computer Graphics.

The TV Wing also conducts in-service training courses for the personnel of Doordarshan covering all categories of staff in TV Production, Technical Operations, Editing, Sound Recording, Camera, Graphics and Set Design etc.

12 Weeks Course in TV Production and Technical Operations for DD Staff.

Other Short Courses

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 .

 

However, it may be added that due to fast growth of television industry, the curriculum of the main diploma courses in the Film Wing has been updated to include the television input. With the new syllabus, students of the Institute will develop conceptual & technical skills necessary for both the professions.

With a history of more than forty years the alumni of the FTII enjoy a special identity and respect from the film and media professionals all over the country and world. The films of the alumni are known to bag prestigious awards in both the feature length as well as the short film category. For almost four decades several films made by the FTII alumni have won accolades in National and International Film Festivals.

1388 students who have passed out from the FTII are well placed in the Film and Television industry all over the country and world. The FTII has produced some of the most eminent film personalities, who have brought great honour to the country, amongst the eminent past students of the FTII, Pune, who have won National Film Award/UNESCO Award are Smt. Shabana Azmi, Jaya Bachchan, Renu Saluja, Sarvashri Adoor Gopalkrishnan, K.K. Mahajan, Shaji N. Karun, Ketan Mehta, Kumar Shahani, Jahnu Barua, Girish Kasarvalli, Saeed Mirza, Mani Kaul, Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah and others. In the resent past films like `Ashoka’, made by Shri Santosh Sivan and `Devdas’ made by Shri Sanjay Leela Bhansali, both alumni of FTII are in the news for their participation in the International Film Festivals.

FTII provides higher and professional education and technical expertise in the art and technique of filmmaking and television production. In-service training is also provided to the officers of all grades of Doordarshan. Since 1971 the Television Wing has been conducting in-service training to the personnel of Doordarshan. Short-Term courses are also conducted in specialized areas for the Doordarshan staff, IIS Probationers etc. and so far over 6000 participants including the Annual Film Appreciation Course participants have been trained.

The FTII has attempted optimum utilization of the infrastructure and facilities available. As an initiative to ensure full utilization of the spare capacity, FTII has identified 21 short courses of varied durations of 2 to 8 weeks, in addition to one and two year duration courses in the areas of Screenplay Writing and Acting. These new courses when fully implemented will help the Institute to generate more revenue so as to make the Institute self-sustaining. Further attempts are being made to increase the students’ strength in each of the specializations.

FTII is today recognized as a premier institution in film and television education, not only in India , but all over the world. FTII is a member of CILECT (Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinema et de Television), the apex body of all prominent film and television schools of the world.

   
2.  POWERS AND DUTIES OF FTII’S OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
  The Professors, Assistant Professors, Lecturers are taking classes for students admitted every year. The services of all operational and Maintenance Staff working in various departments are used for smooth functioning of departments and to assist the Faculty/Students for the training and conducting classes. Services of Administrative Staff are used for maintaining the records and administrative work.
   
3.  PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
  The Institute is a Society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Govt. of India. The FTII receives grant-in-aid from the Ministry on a net deficit basis for conducting its activities and academic programmes. This deficit is calculated on the basis of deduction of internal revenue received in the Institute from the gross budgetary requirements. The FTII Society has 26 members out of which 9 members are ex officio members, 15 Governing Council members, including 5 ex-officio members. The Standing Finance Committee has 4 members. The Director of FTII functions as Member Secretary. The Governing Council as the apex body is responsible for making all major policy decisions of the Institute in consonance with its aims and objectives. The Governing Council, in turn, appoints the Academic Council. The Academic Council and the Standing Finance Committee are responsible for advising it in policy matters related to academic affairs and financial matters respectively. Approval of the Central Government is sought for implementation of any decision taken by the Governing Council if required. The tenure of the Governing Council is 3 years. The Academic Council of the FTII consists of members who are eminent in the field of Film and Television and they review and update the syllabus and other academic activities. The President of the Society is also Chairman of Governing Council, the Academic Council and the Standing Finance Committee.
   
4.  NORMS SET BY FTII FOR THE DISCHARGE OF ITS FUNCTIONS
 

The FTII functions as per the various articles in its Memorandum of Association. The salient points of the objectives in the Memorandum of Association are as follows.

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
3. 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
4. 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
5. 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
6. to take over and carry on the administration and management of the former institutes along with the Television Centre
7. 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
8. to provide for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the art and craft of film-making for Cinema and Television and allied subjects
9. to provide facilities for and undertake research in various branches of film and television
10. to prescribe courses and curricula for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies
11. to hold examinations and grant such diplomas and certificates and other academic distinctions as may be necessary;
12. 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
13. 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
14. 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.
15. to assist and associate itself with efforts of other academic bodies, Governmental non-Governmental for the fulfilment of the objects of the Institute.
16. to institute and award scholarships, fellowships, monetary assistance and prizes with a view to promoting interest in studies and research in film and television.
17. to institute and appoint persons to professorships, readerships, lectureships and posts of any description in accordance with the rules and bye-laws.
18. 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.
19. 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.
20. 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 moneys 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.
21. to deposit all moneys credited to the Fund in such banks or to invest the same in such manner as the Institute may decide.
22. 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.
23. 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.
24. 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.
25. 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.
26. 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.
27. to use any property belonging to the Institute in such a manner as the Institute may deem fit for advancing its objects.
28. to borrow and raise moneys 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.
29. to invest and deal with any moneys 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.
30. 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.
31. 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.
32. to constitute committees or sub-committees as it may deem fit to carry out the objects of the Institute.
33. 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
34. 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.

 

5.  RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS, HELD BY IT OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGING ITS FUNCTIONS
  All the employees of the FTII are governed by FTII Service Bye laws. However, wherever the Institute has not framed its own Rules such as the pay scales, LTC, leave, and disciplinary rules, the Institute follows Central Civil Services Rules.
   
6.  STATEMENT OF THE CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY FTII OR UNDER ITS CONTROL
  FTII is a teaching Institution for imparting training for filmmaking and television programmes production. Documents in connection with enrollment of students and TV trainees, Recruitment of teaching and non-teaching staff members, Reference Books/ Books pertaining to various Rules are some of the documents held by it.
   
7.  PARTICULARS OF ANY ARRANGEMENT THAT EXISTS FOR CONSULTATION WITH, OR REPRESENTATION BY THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF ITS POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF
  The FTII Society is constituted by Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India for this purpose.
   
8. STATEMENT OF THE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES CONSISTING OF TWO OR MORE PERSONS CONSTITUTED AS ITS PART OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF ITS ADVISE, AND SO TO WHETHER MEETINGS OF THOSE BOARDS, COUNCILS, COMMITTEES AND OTHER BODIES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, OR THE MINUTES OF SUCH MEETINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE FOR PUBLIC
  The minutes of the various meetings held by the Governing Council of FTII are not relevant to the public, as the meetings organized by the FTII Society is for the purpose of day to day supervision/advise for smooth functioning of the Institute. However the Annual Report of FTII is tabled in Parliament and is available to the Public after its formal acceptance.
   
9.  DIRECTORY OF FTII’S OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

No. Name & Designation Office
1. Shri.Bhupendra Kainthola, IIS
(Director )
Ph. +91-20-25431010
Fax: 25430416
2. Shri. Varun Bhardwaj
(Registrar)
Ph. +91-20-25433360
3. Shri. R. N. Pathak
Dean (Television)
Ph. +91-20-25430366
4. Shri.Amit Tyagi
Dean (Film)
Ph. +91-20-25431113
5. Shri.Subhash.K. Dekate
(Administrative Officer)
Ph.+91-20-25432299
Fax 25433441
6. Mrs.Ujjwala A.Dhekne
(Chief Accounts Officer)
Ph.+91-20-25430455
7. Shri Sanjay Jadhav
(Security Officer, On Contract)
Ph. +91-20-25431817
Ext.241
8. Shri Madan Bulbule
(Estate Manager)
Ph. +91-20-25431817
Ext.247
9. Shri. K.A. Shaikh
(Production Manager)
Ph. +91-20-25444513
10. Shri N.D.Dhote
(Purchase Officer)
Ph. +91-20-25431366
Ext.210
11. Shri Kirtikumar V. Kakade
Accounts officer
Ph. +91-20-25431817
Ext.247

 

10.  MONTHLY REMUNERATION RECEIVED BY EACH OF ITS OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, INCLUDING THE SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION AS PROVIDED IN ITS REGULATION
  All the officers and employees on regular services of FTII are governed by Central Govt. pay rules.
   
11. 

BUDGET ALLOCATED TO EACH OF ITS AGENCY, INDICATING THE PARTICULARS OF ALL PLANS, PROPOSED EXPENDITURES AND REPORTS ON DISBURSEMENTS MADE

Para No.4(b) (xi)
  (Rupees in Lakhs)
Particulars S.B.G 2006-2007 ActualExpenditure
Upto June 2006
Remarks
Non Plan 682.00 (Net) 144.65 (Net) S.B.G
Statement – A
Plan 235.11 14.00 S.B.G
Statement-B

 

 

Enclosures : Statement – A & B

'Statement A'

STATEMENT SHOWING HEAD-WISE APPROPRIATION OF SANCTIONED BUDGET ESTIMATES 2006-2007

(Approved vide Ministry’s letter No.G.20011/3/2005-B&A dated 01.02.2006)

No. Sub-Head/Unit of Appropriation

Appro. of B.E. 2006-2007
(Proposed Expenditure)

    (Rupees in Lakhs)
  (A)  
1. Salary 470.00
2. Pension, Gratuity, CPF, Leave Salary con. 75.00
3. Travelling Allowance 12.00
4. Telephone Expenses 06.64
5. Office Expenses 45.00
6. Cultural and Welfare 01.00
  Total : A 609.64
  (B)  
7. Rent/Rate/Taxes 12.00
8. Electricity Charges 35.00
9.

Maintenance of Buildings
Civil
Electrical


14.00
14.00
10. Special Repairs
Civil
Electrical
08.00
08.00
  Total : B 81.00
  (C)  
11. Raw Stock 65.00
12. Production Expenses 40.00
13. Appliances & Equip. 06.00
14. Books and Publications 02.50
15. Scholarship/Stipends 02.86
  Payment to Professionals 24.00
  Information & Technology 01.00
  Total : C 141.36
  Grand Total (A+B+C)
Less : Revenue Receipts
842.00
160.00
  Net. 682.00

 

 
'Statement B'

STATEMENT SHOWING ANNUAL PLAN 2006-2007

(PROPOSED EXPENDITURE TARGET)

Sr.No.

Item

Quantity

Approx. Cost
    CAPITAL SECTION    
(A)   Upgradation and Modernisation of FTII, Pune    
  I. Machinery and Equipment    
  1. Video Projector & related facilities for Preview 1 09.00
  2. Spares for TV Equipments/Test & Measuring Equipments/AMC Lumpsum 18.11
  3. Lenses & other accessories for Arriflex 0535-A Camera donated by M/s Arriflex , Germany   19.00
    Total - (I)   46.11
  (II) CCW-Civil/Electrical Construction Works    
  1. Fire fighting Equipment and Hydrant Line for Film Studios No. I & II   33.98
  2.

Construction of Carpentry Shed


31.58
    Total – (II)   65.56
  (III) Computerization and Modernization    
  1. Web Server for Interactive Training Courses in Film & TV Productions with necessary Software & Support   50.00
  2. Computer facility for Academic Departments : Hardware Purchase Computers, storage systems, Networking, Interface cards etc., Software Purchase/Upgrade related to Teaching and concerned subjects.   10.00
  3. Computerization for Administrative Departments : Hardware Purchase Computers, storage systems, Networking, Interface cards etc., Software Purchase/ Upgrade related to concerned subjects
  08.00
  4. Upgrading existing Hardware and Software in different sections of the Institute   05.24
  5. Replacement for the existing hardware/software   20.20
    Total – (III)   93.44
    Total (A)   205.11

 

STATEMENT SHOWING ANNUAL PLAN 2006-2007

(PHYSICAL & FINANCIAL TARGET)

Sr.No.

Item

Quantity

Approx. Cost
    REVENUE SECTION    
(B)   Human Resource Development of FTII, Pune    
  (I) Setting up of Community Radio    
  1. Radio link from location of the Station.   10.00
  (II) Setting up of Captive TV Channel    
  1. Production of Programme/Live Progs./Transfer from Films etc.   10.00
  (III) HRD aspects including scholarship and exchange programmes with foreign universities for students etc.   10.00
    Total – (B)   30.00
    Total (A) + (B)   235.11

 

12.  THE MANNER OF EXAMINATION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES
  This does not apply to FTII as it has no subsidy programmes.
   
13.  PARTICULARS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORIZATIONS GRANTED BY IT
  Not applicable.
   
14.  DETAILS IN RESPECT OF THE INFORMATION, AVAILABLE TO OR HELD BY IT, REDUCED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORM
  All the relevant details of information are available on our website: http://www.ftiindia.com/
   
15.  PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION INCLUDING THE WORKING HOURS OF A LIBRARY OR READING ROOM, IF MAINTAINED FOR PUBLIC USE
 

The particulars of facilities that are available to the citizens for obtaining information are as shown below :-

I. The Institute is having an Information & Facilitation Counter openduring the office hours of the FTII i.e. from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm on all working days, except on Saturday when the Institute’s working hours are from 10.00 am to 5.00 p.m.
II. Enquiries: (i) Telephone No. 25431817 Ext.223
III. Fax No. 25430416 / 3441
IV. E-Mail : registraroffice@ftiindia.com

The Video Library and Book Library is available for Students, Teachers and Staff members and members of the public with prior permission during the office time of the FTII from 10.00 am to 5.30 pm on all the working days.


16.  NAME, DESIGNATION AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER



Transparency Officer -

Shri.Bhupendra Kainthola, IIS
Director,
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.):+91-20-25431010
E-mail: director@ftiindia .com

 
Appellete Authority - Shri. Varun Bhardwaj
Registrar,
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.):+91-20-25433360
E-mail: registraroffice@ftiindia .com
 
Public Information Officer - Shri.Amit Tyagi
Dean (Films)
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.): +91-20-25431113
E-mail: deanfilm@ftiindia .com
For supply of information related to the activities of Film Wing.
Shri R. N. Pathak
Dean (Television)
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.): +91-20-25431010
E-mail: deantv@ftiindia .com
For supply of information related to the activities of Television Wing.
Mrs.Ujjwala A.Dhekne
(Chief Accounts Officer)
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.): +91-20-25430455
E-mail: cao@ftiindia .com
For supply of information on Account & Finance matters

Shri.Subhash.K. Dekate
Administrative Officer
Film and Television Institute of India,
Law College Road, Pune – 411 004.
(Off.): +91-20-25432299
E-mail: adminofficer@ftiindia .com

For supply of Information on Administrative matters.

 

 


справочник телефонов советска адреса компаний найти человека по фамилии ташкент решать тесты егэ онлайн 2013 справочник телефонов города владивостока телефонная база с петербурга 2013 поиск телефона по адресу фамилии справочник сотовых телефонов в павлодаре 2013 егэ гдз по русскому класс разумовская ссылка адрес и телефон по фамилии петербург узнать поиск людей по фамилии в канаде тут телефонная база мтс москвы адресная база по телефону справочник база телефонный справочник mts в беларуси как найти номер телефона определенного человека здесь колян на охоте Знакомства Саратов sitemap