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Film and Television Institute of India Joint Entrance Test 2020

Form Date: 08 Dec - 31 Jan 2021 (Tentative)

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Form Date: 08 Dec - 31 Jan 2021

FTII JET 2020 Exam Pattern: Written Examination Scheme JET 2020

Updated On - December 26 2019 by Abhinandan Singh

FTII JET 2020 Exam Pattern or Scheme of Written Examination of JET 2020 is released by Joint Entrance Test 2020 conducting body i.e Film and Television Institute of India, Pune. Each Question Paper will consist of maximum 100 marks, which will be further sub-divided into 30 marks for Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and 70 marks for Descriptive Answers The answers for Multiple Choice Questions will have to be marked on OMR sheet(s) provided to the candidate. The scheme or exam pattern of any exam tells the students about the patter of question paper of particular courses, subjects included in exam with Particulars, Bifurcation of Marks and Total Marks.

 This Joint Entrance Test is valid for Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute, Kolkata and Film and Television Institute of India, Pune.

Scheme of Written Examination for FTII JET

The Scheme/Exam pattern for Joint Entrance Test 2020 for particular courses are given below:

Film Wing Courses (Except Direction and Screenplay Writing): The test papers will carry maximum of 100 marks, which will be divided into two sections: 30 marks MCQ & 70 marks descriptive answers.
Section A (Common to All Specializations) Multiple Choice Questions
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1. General Aptitude Test General Awareness (National / International), Indian History, Culture,Art, Architecture, Music, Folk-art etc.15 questions x 1 mark each15 marks
2.Questions relating to Cinema15 questions x 1 mark
each
15 marks

 

Section B (Respective Specialization) Specific Area Aptitude Test
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.Long descriptive question.1 question x 20 marks20 Marks
2.Descriptive questions. (These may include sketches and / or black & white photographs.)3 questions x 10 marks each30 Marks
3.Short note question. (This may include sub questions.)1 question x 20 marks
( 4 out of 6 sub-questions
to be answered)
20 Marks
 Total Marks (Section A + Section B)100 Marks

 

Note: This section is designed to test the ability and aptitude of a candidate in the specific field of cinematic expression. (a total of 5 questions to be answered).

 

Direction and Screenplay Writing (Film Wing): The test papers will carry maximum of 100 marks, which will be divided into two sections: 30 marks MCQ & 70 marks descriptive answers.
Section A (Common to All Specializations) Multiple Choice Questions
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.General Aptitude Test
General Awareness (National /
International), Indian History,
Culture, Art, Architecture, Music,
Folk-art etc.
15 questions x 1 mark
each
15 marks
2.Questions relating to Cinema15 questions x 1 mark
each
15 marks

 

Section B (Respective Specialization) Specific Area Aptitude Test
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.Aspects of screenplay writing.1 question x 30 marks
(Compulsory)
30 Marks
2.Story writing ability1 questions x 20 marks
(1 out of 2 Questions to
be answered)
20 Marks
3.Creative aspects of Direction2 question x 10 marks (2 out of 4 questions to be answered)20 Marks
 Total Marks (Section A + Section B)100 Marks

 

Note: This section is designed to test the ability and aptitude of a candidate in the specific field of cinematic expression. (a total of 4 questions to be answered).
Television (FTII) / Electronic and Digital Media (SRFTI) Courses: The test papers will carry maximum of 100 Marks, which will be divided into three sections: 30 Marks MCQ, 20 Marks Media specific descriptive. (related to Television / Electronic and Digital Media Specific specialisations) and 50 marks Area Specific Descriptive (related to Respective Specialisations).
Section A (Common to All Specializations) Multiple Choice Questions
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.General Aptitude Test
General Awareness (National /
International), Indian History,
Culture, Art, Architecture, Music,
Folk-art etc.
15 questions x 1 mark each15 marks
2.Questions relating to Television, Electronic andDigital Media.15 questions x 1 mark each 15 marks

 

Section B (Common to All Specializations) (Descriptive)
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.Long descriptive question.1 question x 20 marks20 Marks

 

Note: This section b is designed to test the basic understanding, familiarity and aptitude of the student towards Audio-Visual medium.

Section C (Respective Specialization) Specific Area Aptitude Test (Descriptive)
S.No.ParticularsBifurcation of MarksTotal Marks
1.Short descriptive / objective
/pictorial questions.
5 questions x 10 mark each
(5 out of 7 questions to
beanswered)
50 Marks
 Total Marks (Section A + Section B + Section C) 100 Marks

Note: This section is designed to test the ability and aptitude of a candidate in the chosen audio-visual field.

 

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