Gulshan Kumar Film & Television Institute of India is synonymous to high quality education. In pursuit of excellence , GKFTII is here to train and produce the expert film makers, journalists & media professionals , Fashion Designers, Artists and qualified technicians.. Keeping pace with the fast tracked Film, Media and Fashion Industry T-Series Educational Wing brings to you our own Film & Television school, School of Media & Journalism and School of Fashion & Design for the budding talent.
Having the industry experts and professionals as our faculties , well designed industry oriented course structure , intensive practical training, assured internships programmes and continuous placement assistance to the students make us one of the best film, media and fashion institutes of the world.
The world class campus with the state of art infrastructure of GKFTII is located in Film City which is a hub of TV and Media Industry. Its huge and impressive building along with all modern facilities and high quality equipments , production studios, well equipped labs, rich library ,lavish cafeteria provides with a complete professional environment to the student.
GKFTII aims to give nothing but the best education to its students.
T-Series with its vast recourses at its disposal touches more than 80% of the film & television activities in the country. T-Series opens the major source of employment in Film & Music industry with its film production, music production, and distribution workflows. Thus the professionally trained human resources from T-Series Educational Wing (GKFTII) have an edge over others film & TV aspirants.
Government film schools have very limited seats with tedious selection criteria. Students failing to get 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. Well-experienced trainers from the industry, adequate infrastructure, and required equipment are not available with other media schools all across the metropolitan cities hence these media schools fail to provide with the productive training in the field of Film & TV.
To be the bridge between industry and society by providing highly professional training and creating a pool of skillful professionals, the development wing of T-Series has started its educational wing by the name of Gulshan Kumar Film and Television Institute of India (GKFTII) at Filmcity, Noida.
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.
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.
G K F T I I is an extension of the legendary T-Series production house & T-Series Industries.
GKFTII has vast infrastructure and professional shooting studios at its disposal which only government FTII or SRFTII can flaunt. However these schools have very limited seats and cannot cater for the enormous requirement of the industry.
T-Series has its production offices at Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and Bangalore to name a few. No other media school can compete on this account as well.
A carefully designed syllabus and a well implemented course program is one of its salient features. There is no miscalculation between training curriculum and the industry requirement.
Though most private schools put on display great deal of equipment in their website but in reality they are starved of proper equipment or at best they are obsolete, second or third generation equipment.
Most media schools don't have proper teaching staff. T-Series have introduced and nurtured many talents in the film and television industry. Many of them are doyens and living legends in their own way. Many such gems have been picked up to groom the budding talents.
T-Series has its own production company making innumerable films & television productions throughout the year. Deserving alumni will be guided to be absorbed in the in house productions. No film school can claim such facility.
Most private schools grossly underestimate the requirement of the industry standards. There is a void between the media industry requirement and the media school curriculum. This is regarding both curriculum and technical infrastructure. T-Series is industry by itself and there is no dearth of material and talent.
Keeping with the fast pace ever changing technology is a challenge. While most schools have remained stagnant unable to keep the pace, at GKFTII it's the order of the day.
Progressive looking economy in India has brought in a media windfall in the country. There is vast requirement of trained, knowledgeable and efficient manpower. At GKFTII we have strong resolution and conviction to fulfill this void in the industry.
Most private school alumni are under qualified for the technology driven industry after completion and failure rate is substantially high. Here at GKFTII there is a right proportion of knowledge, demonstration and practical in the studio-classroom beside full scale productions in line of the media industry.
Film training is most expensive next to aviation. Flying cannot be taught only on classroom black-board. In the same way film media training can be taught only through real shootings. However it is expensive. Proper course structure and brilliant innovative idea and strict discipline have made this endeavor successful and very cost effective.
It's the right time to be in the field if you are appropriately qualified.