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*M-Male *F-Female
Externally registered students? NO

Yes No

If yes, how many students avail of this provision annually?

A.7 Calculation of ‘Unit cost’ of education

(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students enrolled)

(a) including the salary component = Rs. 31,818/-

(b) excluding the salary component = Rs. 26,446/-

A.8 A. Faculty recharging strategies



Ms. Archana Somashekar and Mr. Kamlesh Chouhan (lecturer) successfully completed Orientation and Refresher courses (Document enclosed)

B. Number and list of faculty with course details of faculty development programmes, academic staff college programs or other faculty recharge programs: Yes



Ms. Archana Somashekar and Mr. Kamlesh Chouhan (lecturer) successfully completed Orientation and Refresher course (Document enclosed)

A.9 Student projects



      • percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental projects:

  • 100%. Students of all the Programmes have to go through mandatory Major Research Projects under the supervision of faculty members(List enclosed)

      • percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other universities / industry / institute:
      • 100%. Students of all the Programmes have to go through mandatory Internship with Production Houses, Channel & Advertising Agencies.


      • 2012-13 Five top production houses list is as follows with names of the student & title of projects:

S.No.

Student Name

Project Name

Production House

1

Aakash Jain

Arjun – Star Plus

Four Lions Film

2

Saumya Samadhiya

Diya Aur Bati – Star Plus

Shashi Sumeet Production

3

Deepshikha Bhatnagar

Band Baja Barat – NDTV Good Time

Face Media Production

4

Vinita Chuglani Mittal

Anamika – Sony TV

Trishalla Productions

5

Deepika Swarnakar

Bade Acche Lagte Hain

Balaji Telefilms

A.10 Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by


  • Faculty: Nil


  • Doctoral / post doctoral fellows: Nil

  • Students: : Annexure --- Students Award

A.11 Record of each of Seminar/ Conference/Workshop organized and the source of funding (national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any (Documents enclosed).

Year

National

International

2008-09

Regional Conclave organized by EMRC

Funded by CEC-UGC New Delhi



International Animation Day and

International Convention organized by EMRC (Funded by CEC-UGC)












2009-10

  1. Seminar on ‘Acting for Animators’ conducted by internationally acclaimed Mr. Ed Hooks. He wrote the book ‘Acting for Animators’

  2. Seminar on ‘Visual Effects Production Pipeline’ by Mr. Mahesh Bari, VFX supervisor from Prime Focus Ltd.

  3. Seminar on ‘Making of Alpha & Omega’ by Mr. Mehul Hirani, Creative Director of Crest Animation I Ltd.






2010-11


  1. An ‘Experiential Learning’ workshop for soft skill development.

  2. Mr. Chetan Pandit, Bollywood Actor, delivered a seminar on Acting Skills through his documentary.

  3. Pt. Bhattacharya conducted an interactive session on Music Appreciation.

  4. A seminar by Mr. Vijay Arumugam on ‘Story Telling and Preproduction in Animation’







2011-12


  1. A National Seminar on ‘Changing Trends in Television’ delivered by Ms. Deepika Shivdasani, AVP – SonySAB TV

  2. Fourty Four Research papers were presented by EMRC students in the National Seminar

  3. CG Meet-up on ‘Camera Tracking and Match Move’ by Rhythm & Hues






A.12 Write up of Code of ethics for research followed by the departments:



* We carefully maintain the confidentiality of sharing of data and use data and references with due acknowledgement.
A.12 Student profile course-wise: Admission to MSc (EM) and MBA (MM) course is provided through CET. In CET2012 around 10,500 students participated for all the courses of University and chose course according to merit.

Name of the Course

(refer to question no. 4)



Applications received

Selected

Pass percentage in qualifying exam

Male

Female

Male

Female

Min

Max

Min

Max

M.Sc. Electronic Media

– Integrated 5 years



Admission through CET



















M.B.A. Media Management
2 years

Admission through CET


















A.13 Diversity of students (2012-13)


Name of the Course



% of students from the same university

% of students from other universities within the State

% of students from universities outside the State

% of students from other countries

MSc Electronic Media

--

--

--

--

MBA Media Management

60

18

02

--

A.14 Record of how many students have cleared Civil Services and Defence Services examinations, NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise.

UGC NET / SLET (Since 2011) : Nil
A.15 Record of Student progression

Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

20%

PG to M.Phil.

No M.Phil course offered

PG to Ph.D.

7.5%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

Nil


Employed


55%

30%

Entrepreneurs

10%

A.16 Record of Diversity of staff



Percentage of faculty who are graduates

of the same university

50%

from other universities within the State




from universities from other States

50%

from universities outside the country









A.17 Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the last four years: 01 Dr. Chandan Gupta in 2009

A.18 Present details of infrastructural facilities in the department with regard to

a) Library: EMRC library has 2362 books on various subject of Electronic Media, Management and Media Technology. A movie archival has around 250 Hindi Classic and World Cinema is used by students

b) Internet facilities for staff and students: We are having 102 desktop; 07 laptop with internet


01 notebooks; 08 Editing Workstation; 13 printers; 03 scanners; 10 Projectors and
01 photocopier for students and staff. All the systems having access of internet facilities.

c) Total number of class rooms: 07 Classrooms

d) Class rooms with ICT facility: 07 Classrooms

e) Students’ laboratories: 05 Audio-Video Editing and Animation Labs

f) Research laboratories: 02 AV Labs

g) Audio Video Studio : 03 Studio Floors

A.19 List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates

a) from the host university

1. Mr. Lalit Ingle

2. Mr. Narayan Patidar

3. Mr. Rajendra Mourya

4. Mr. Hemant Gour

5. Mr. Gajendra Awasya

6. Mr. Devi Dayal Rai

7. Mr. Mahendra Singh Songira

b) from other universities

1. Ms. Archana Somashekar

2. Mr. Awdhesh Singh

3. Mr. Rakshak Jain

4. Ms. Rahul Thagele

A.19 Records of financial assistance and Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the university, UGC, State, AICTE.



SC/ST/ OBC students are getting scholarship from State government. Document Attached.
A.20 Methodology of need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programme(s)

We do interaction with various stake holders such as Industries, Students and subject experts before the introduction of new subject/programme.

S.No.


Name

Company Name

Designation

01

Abhijeet Tiwari

SET MAX – Sony TV, Mumbai

Promo Producer

02

Shahnawaz Khan

Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai

Senior Copywriter

03

Sonal Kakkar

Viacomm18 Media – Colors TV

Creative Head

04

Mahendra Purohit

McCan Worldgroup- Mumbai

Creative Group Head

05

Nainy Sahani

BBC Worldwide

Creative Programming

06

Shweta Rohinda

NDTV Good Times

Executive Producer

07

Rishabh Pandey

Balaji Telefilms

Content Executive

08

Gajendra Malviya

Hungama Digital Media

Content Manager

09


Amita Vyas

Star India – Star Plus

Executive Producer

10

Anushree Jindal

Google India Pvt Ltd.

Account Strategist

11

Neha Panjwani

Balaji Telefilms

Associate Screenplay Writer

A.21 Records of feedback from



  1. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize the feedback

(i) The valued Answer sheet and Question Papers are placed before the external examiner to get their feedback on the curriculum and standard of evaluation.

(ii) The feedback about the coverage of course is placed before the curriculum development committee and feedback about the standard of question paper and valuation is placed before Hon’ble Vice Chancellor


  1. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the feedback?

(i) EMRC take student feedback regularly.

(ii) The feedback about teaching, learning is communicated to the respective teachers.

(iii) The feedback about the curriculum is placed before the Curriculum Development Committee

  1. Alumni and Employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback?

The curriculums of different programme are mailed to the perspective employers and alumina for their suggestions and observations. These are placed before the curriculum development committee.

A.22 List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)


1. Mr. Narayan Patidar, Lecturer, EMRC, DAVV (2004 Passout)

2. Mr. Mustafa Chawaniwala, Production Manager, RU Films (2004 Passout)

3. Ms. Sonal Kakkar, Creative Director, Colors TV (2005 Passout)

4. Mr. Amarjeet Kumar Singh, E-content Lead, HSBC GLT India (2006 Passout)

5. Ms. Anushree Jindal, Account Stategist, Google India (2007 Passout)

6. Ms. Sneha Singh, Producer, Zee News (2008 Passout)

7. Mr. Vishal Banjaria Production Pipeline, Pixion (2009 Passout)

8. Ms. Vinita Chuglani Executive Producer, Star India (2010 Passout)

9. Ms. Saumya Samadhiya Executive Producer, Star India (2011 Passout)

10. Ms. Karnika Saxena Executiev Produer, Star India (2012 Passout)
A.23 Details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) involving external experts:


  1. An Interactive Session on ‘Television Programming’ by Mr. Harish Iyer, Vice President Colors TV-Vaicomm18 Group

  2. An Interactive Session on ‘TV Content Development’ by Mr. Bhavya Nidhi Sharma, Creative Director, MTV-Viacomm18 Group.

  3. Seminar on ‘Recruitment and Career Development in Broadcast Company’ by
    Ms. Mehak Arora, AVP – Star India Pvt. Ltd.

  4. Dr. Sudhir Gavhane, Professor, BR Ambedkar University, Aurangabad conducted session on ‘Media Literacy’.


  5. Mr. Ashijit Ganguli conducted a workshop of Videography.

A.24 Record and List of the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.



1. Teaching of advanced topics in details by using International research articles and online books including but not limited to:

a. Role Play and Mock Interview method for HR practical training

b. Students involved in the production of NMEICT e-content Production

c. Students involved in EDUSAT production for practical training of AV live setup

d. Literature adapted theatre training method is adopted for understanding creative content development.

e. Experiential Learning workshop conducted for team building skill.
A.25 Record of Monitoring by the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored:

EMRC objective is to generate, disseminate and preserve knowledge and to prepare the next generation thinking media professional by providing diverse learning environment.
A.26 Details and Highlight of the participation of students and faculty in extension activities in the department:

Creative groups of core media activities like Photography Club, Scribblers (Literature and Poetry), Dance and Music Group are regularly performing at EMRC. Student get a value added grooming on core areas by participating in the activities of club.
A.27 Details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department:

a. Students participation in Annual Drama and Film Festival

b. Students participate in the national/international film festival through their short films

c. Environment Education through participation in campus greenery program


d. Social awareness of students is improved by addressing social issues in ETV production
A.28 Information about programme/ department accreditation/grading by other agencies?
If yes, give details.

Educational Multimedia Research Centre, has been bestowed honor of ‘Centre of Potential for Excellence’ by Higher Education Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh in Year 2012.

A.29 Write up of highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or applied.



EMRC has produced around 1500 Educational Television Program in the area of Basic Science, Language, Vocational Subjects, Behavioral and Social issues. Around 300 e-content modules have been produced in area of Environmental Studies, Hindi Literature and Language and Photography. Production of Computer Application e-content is in progress. EMRC facilitates end-to-end television and e-content development by contributing in research of appropriate subject/topic, developing television oriented script of the topic with educational flavor, sourcing of expert in the chosen area to develop authentic content on the subject, executing production in most modern tapeless digital video workflow, editing and packing the content in ready to use format. (#File No. 3)

A.30 Write up of Future plans of the department:



a. EMRC endeavor to become apex institution of India in Media Education,
Broadcast, Media Research and Production.


b. Construction of a Cinema Theatre and Editing Laboratory

c. Recruiting adequate Manpower for expansion

A.31 Record of any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the department.


Strengths:


  • EMRC is awarded as Centre of Excellence by State Government

  • Excellent Students placement in Media Industry

  • Integrated activities of Media Research, Education, Production and Broadcast

Student participation in social thought leadership

  • Self disciplined horizontal learning system amongst the students



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