Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology, Bangalore Reviews
Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology, Bangalore

Bengaluru, Karnataka
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4.0/5
Based on 1 Reviews
College Infrastructure
3.0/5
Academics
4.0/5
Placements
2.0/5
Value for Money
3.0/5
Campus Life
3.0/5
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Film students experience at Srishti

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Last Seen: 17 Mar' 20

Joined On: 17 Mar' 20

Education Interest: Media, Mass Comm. and Journalism

Education Level: Graduate & Above

Posted on 17 Mar' 20 by Shyamolie Kate
College Infrastructure
As a student of film, the availability of equipment was always limited. The demand was higher than the availability. This in turn limited hands on experience at an institute level. There was a shortage of shooting equipment, lenses, lights, cameras and most students had to rely on their own DSLRs. The college does not have a hostel but PGs that are independently run, which are hit and miss, depending on the student’s luck. This is a big disadvantage.
Academics
The faculty at Srishti is knowledgable and a great boon to a student, especially theoretically. We have had tonnes to learn from our facilitators. They were invested in the student’s projects are able to guide us in their own individual ways. There is a severe lack of technical learning at Srishti because of the structure of the programme.
Placements
There was no concept of placements through college directly. But the Srishti tag has its advantages to carry, especially for graphic designers. I started off by working with a couple of college facilitators and most of my contacts build from there.
Value-for-money
It is a four year programme. The average yearly fee was 2.1 lakhs just for academia. Not accounting for the living expenditure, which would come to a little more than a lakh a year, on average.
Campus Life
Srishti, Bangalore didn’t have a campus. It had various buildings/ floors/ parts of campuses allotted to Srishti for different departments. Which had its pros and cons. Pros: specialisation courses happen in specific campuses or rooms which allow space to do one’a own work. Cons: Because courses take place in different campuses, interaction with students of other departments decreases drastically. So it can be a little bubble that one lives in.
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