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Joint entrance test on Feb 18

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GUWAHATI, Jan 16 - For the first time in Assam, India�s two most reputed centres of film and television education are conducting admission seminars for the academic session in 2018.

Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune and Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) Kolkata (both institutions are under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt of India) have announced Joint Entrance Test (JET) for 2018 admissions. The all-India test will be held on February 18 at 26 centres across the country, including Guwahati in Assam.

As this is the first time both institutes have come together for a common entrance test, FTII is conducting admission seminars in various locations across the country. Such seminars will generate awareness about JET, about the increased number of courses on offer and provide an opportunity to prospective candidates to seek clarifications from FTII representatives who will be addressing such seminars.

FTII aims to attract maximum participants to these seminars so that a large number of prospective candidates from Assam get an opportunity to take the JET this year.

This year FTII is making special efforts to increase entrance test enrolment in regions such as Assam where the candidate turnout is traditionally low.

�Some notable FTII alumni from Assam have been Jahnu Barua, Nipon Goswami, Parashar Baruah, Reema Bora, Nilanjan Datta,� to name a few, said Bhupendra Kainthola announcing FTII�s plans to reach out to states with low turnout in FTII- SRFTI entrance tests.

Candidates applying for admission to FTII and SRFTI need to go through a multi-stage selection process. The first stage in this selection process is an all-India level written examination called as the Joint Entrance Test, 2018 (JET 2018). The JET 2018 scores are not allowed to be used by any other institute except the participating institutes i.e., FTII and SRFTI. JET 2018 is a written test of three hours� duration consisting of objective type and subjective questions and will be conducted in 26 centres across India.

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Joint entrance test on Feb 18

GUWAHATI, Jan 16 - For the first time in Assam, India�s two most reputed centres of film and television education are conducting admission seminars for the academic session in 2018.

Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune and Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) Kolkata (both institutions are under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt of India) have announced Joint Entrance Test (JET) for 2018 admissions. The all-India test will be held on February 18 at 26 centres across the country, including Guwahati in Assam.

As this is the first time both institutes have come together for a common entrance test, FTII is conducting admission seminars in various locations across the country. Such seminars will generate awareness about JET, about the increased number of courses on offer and provide an opportunity to prospective candidates to seek clarifications from FTII representatives who will be addressing such seminars.

FTII aims to attract maximum participants to these seminars so that a large number of prospective candidates from Assam get an opportunity to take the JET this year.

This year FTII is making special efforts to increase entrance test enrolment in regions such as Assam where the candidate turnout is traditionally low.

�Some notable FTII alumni from Assam have been Jahnu Barua, Nipon Goswami, Parashar Baruah, Reema Bora, Nilanjan Datta,� to name a few, said Bhupendra Kainthola announcing FTII�s plans to reach out to states with low turnout in FTII- SRFTI entrance tests.

Candidates applying for admission to FTII and SRFTI need to go through a multi-stage selection process. The first stage in this selection process is an all-India level written examination called as the Joint Entrance Test, 2018 (JET 2018). The JET 2018 scores are not allowed to be used by any other institute except the participating institutes i.e., FTII and SRFTI. JET 2018 is a written test of three hours� duration consisting of objective type and subjective questions and will be conducted in 26 centres across India.