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George Telegraph celebrates centenary year with opening of film and television institute George Telegraph Film & Television Institute

George Telegraph celebrates centenary year with opening of film and television institute

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 Dec 2020, 11:28 am

Kolkata/IBNS: The George Telegraph Group, one of the pioneer names in vocational training space, celebrated its completion of 100 years with the launch of its new vertical, George Telegraph Film and Television Institute (GTFTI).

Present at the launch were Chief Mentor of GTFTI, and National Award winning director, Srijit Mukherji; Dean of the institute and versatile actor Biplab Dasgupta; Head of Department (HOD) Film Direction, GTFTI and National Award winning filmmaker, Atanu Ghosh; Director of Photography and HOD Cinematography and renowned Cinematographer, Soumik Halder; and Arna Mukhopadhyay, a distinguished actor in theatre arena who will be responsible for stage acting department.

Other eminent personalities like actor BhaswarChatterjee, film-editor Arghyakamal Mitra, model Nick Rampal will also be the part of GIFTI faculty, the institute said.

Subrata Dutta, Managing Director, The George Telegraph Group, said, “We are proud to announce the launch of our new vertical George Telegraph Film and Television Institute on the occasion of completion of 100 years of legacy in providing an unmatchable learning experience to the students in vocational training.”

This institute is equipped with advanced and customized features, including customized light and sound system for stage performance, T-shaped wooden track for runway training, etc.

Tuhinaa Pandey (Joint Director), GTFTI said, “With my wide experience and dedication, I promise to take this institute to a level of excellence.”

George Telegraph Film and Television Institute is affiliated to Netaji Subhas Open University and recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC).