Syllabus for FTII Entrance Exam

FTII Entrance Exam Syllabus – The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) was set up by the Government of India in 1960, in the premises of the erstwhile Prabhat Studios in Pune. FTII has become India’s premier film and television institute. The Institute offers three-year post-graduate diploma courses in film direction, editing, cinematography and audiography; two-year courses in acting and art direction; a one and a half year course in computer graphics and animation; a one-year course in feature film scriptwriting. One-year post-graduate certificate in direction, electronic cinematography, video editing and audiography are also part of the courses offered.
Film and Television Institute of India conducts FTII Entrance Exam (FTII JET) for admission to various postgraduate courses.

FTII Exam Pattern

  • Mode of Examination – Offline
  • Duration of Exam – 3 hours
  • Question paper comprises of 100 objective type questions on General Awareness and Mental Ability
  • For each right answer 1 mark is awarded


Syllabus for FTII Entrance Exam

Since majority of the courses offered by FTII are skilled based or performing art subjects, so there is no bound syllabus for the exam.

Questions in the Entrance Exam will be asked from two subjects: General Awareness and Mental Ability. One should be aware of the socio-economic developments that are going around like awards and recognition, countries and happenings in them


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  • Major Events & Current Affairs – National/International
  • Personalities in News
  • Sports News
  • Indian History
  • Indian Polity
  • Indian Economy
  • Indian geography
  • World Geography
  • Current Affairs (National and International)
  • Major Financial/Economic News
  • Budget and Five Year Plans
  • Who is Who
  • Sports events
  • Books and Authors
  • Awards and Honours
  • Science-Inventions and Discoveries
  • Abbreviations
  • Important Days and weeks
  • International and National Organizations



  • Alphabetical Test
  • Coding–Decoding Test
  • Spotting out the Dissimilar
  • Analogy Test
  • Series Completion Test
  • Arranging in Order
  • Direction Sense Test
  • Number Test and Time Sequence Test
  • Deductive Logic
  • Blood Relation Test
  • Assigning Artificial Value to Arithmetical Signs
  • Assumption Type Test
  • Most Essential Component and Venn Diagram
  • Statement and Arguments