Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute(SRFTI)

 Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI), Kolkata is the second national level film and television  training institute established by Government of India.  SRFTI is a fully funded autonomous organization under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, registered as a Society under West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961.    The Society consists of eminent personalities connected with Film, Television, Communication, Culture, Alumni of Institute and Ex-Officio Members.  The Institute is governed by a Governing Council, headed by a Chairman and comprising of eminent personalities and official members.

 The present Chairman is Shri Ranjit Mallick who is a renowned film personality.
                SRFTI offers P.G. Diploma in Direction, Cinematography, Audiography, Editing etc.
                SRFTI has been constructed on a sprawling area of 39.36 acres of land located at
 Eastern Metropolitan Bypass Road, Kolkata. The Institute has got adequate modern facilities for imparting training in the area of film and television.For more details please visit the home page of SRFTI at http://www.srfti.gov.in/


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