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Computers, digital world and nanotechnology have made it possible in exponential growth rate in every sphere by playing the role of catalyst. The economy had always a direct influence in the growth of the film & television industry. Today the media industry has become good service sector for providing employment to tens of millions in India. Systematic training of its workforce has become a necessity. It has long ceased to become the passion of the rich. Every three months new set of equipment replaces the existing ones. New inventions change the technology rapidly which in turn make the conventional film and television learning methods redundant. The vast majority of the people who used to learn on job, or even people who passed out from frivolous media schools and tried to sharpen their skills, find themselves outdated and unemployed. Today in the fast changing world the learning process has to be self sustainable which calls for very strong foundation. Aspiring students and all involved in the art and craft in the field have to be futuristic and self reliant. No one can afford to go back to school once again every time when new technological innovations change the scenario completely.


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T-Series with its vast recourses at its disposal touches more than 80% of the film & television activities in the country. T-Series Film & Television production, music production, distribution etc generates a major source of employment. Thus the adequately trained human resources from GKFTII must have an edge over others.

Government film schools have very limited seats with tedious selection criterion. Students failing to get an admission through the tough screening procedure need not necessarily be a misfit for the industry. Private sector media schools have failed miserably in spite of existence for more than two decades. Good experienced trainers from the field, infrastructure and resources are not there with mushrooming media schools all across the metropolitan cities. Film training is very expensive requiring costly equipment and good competent dedicated teaching faculty which are rare in the field. This results in converting these schools as coaching centers at best.

T-Series has given big giants, doyens and legends to the industry in every department. They are eager to groom the next generation which is the high light of Gulshan Kumar Film & Television Institute of India which none other can boast.


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T-Series with its vast recourses at its disposal touches more than 80% of the film & television activities in the country. T-Series Film & Television production, music production, distribution etc generates a major source of employment. Thus the adequately trained human resources from GKFTII must have an edge over others.

Government film schools have very limited seats with tedious selection criterion. Students failing to get an admission through the tough screening procedure need not necessarily be a misfit for the industry. Private sector media schools have failed miserably in spite of existence for more than two decades. Good experienced trainers from the field, infrastructure and resources are not there with mushrooming media schools all across the metropolitan cities. Film training is very expensive requiring costly equipment and good competent dedicated teaching faculty which are rare in the field. This results in converting these schools as coaching centers at best.

T-Series has given big giants, doyens and legends to the industry in every department. They are eager to groom the next generation which is the high light of Gulshan Kumar Film & Television Institute of India which none other can boast.