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New Media &Entertainment

Course - B. Design 

Duration – 4 years (8 Semester)

Eligibility – 12th Standard Pass / Any Stream / From Recognized Board

Admission – Through entrance Exam / Interview 

What is New Media & Entertainment

A career in the New Media and Entertainment industry is an exciting one. It is full of incredible opportunities and a type of field which will always keep you on your toes.

Over the decades, the world has witnessed a new artistic language where art and technology have become entangled with each other called New Media Arts.


The media and entertainment industry consists of Mobile & Web, Social Media, Film, Television, Radio and Print. These segments include UI & UX, Digital Marketing, Movies, TV Shows, Radio Shows, News, Music, Newspapers, Magazines, and Books.

When we see through the realms of media like Advertising, PR or Marketing, they too keep themselves revolutionizing their dynamics to adapt the constant change going on in the industry.

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What you Must Learn to Become a

New Media & Entertainment


This is an evolving form of art that is created using new techniques like interactivity, projection-mapping, immersive technologies, robotics, graphics, video games, animation, various 3-D technologies, physical computing, augmented and virtual reality, and the possibilities are immense.

Here you Learn Visualization, Graphic Design, 2D & 3D Motion Graphic, UI & UX, Cinematography, VFX, & technical skills to map the exciting job roles.  

Entertainment designers require a high level of creativity as well as the skill to create and communicate visual ideas using multiple mediums. The ability to solve problems quickly is another major skill required in this profession, especially since designers often work within time constraints.

The majority of designers also need computer skills to utilize CAD drafting programs, particularly for creating design blueprints and models. Lastly, designers must work well with others because this industry requires a lot of cooperation with other designers, crew members and related workers.

Here You Learn Design Thinking, Design Principles, Design Perspective & Design Psychology to improve your creativity, you work on different projects in groups to understand team work. Students will undertake project-based learning work involving painting, life drawing, digital sculpting, 3D modelling, lighting and rendering, digital compositing, cinematography and post-production. Students will develop industry-standard technical skills in digital and traditional media, as well as strong conceptual and creative skills.


Design Knowledge

Students study how material is created and used in the media industries' multi-platform and computerised world.

They also received training in new media approaches in order to better grasp the production, distribution, marketing, and consumption processes.


 Problem Analysis

Students will be able to recognise, formulate, assess literature, and analyse research problems in the field of print, electronic, and public relations industries classified by the media research analysis for source, message, channel, and audience.


Design Solutions

Students can develop their own specialized topic to a wide range of cultural, media-based, and artistic activities, ranging from communication to journalism, digital web creation, E-content writing, and public relations, corporate communication, and advertising.


Modern Tools Usage

Understand the principles of computer science. To edit video, use MS Office programmes, Photoshop, and the Internet, as well as Premiere-Pro, Adobe After Effects, and FCP. Understand the terms "animation" and "graphics."



The Student and Society

Demonstrate compassionate social concern and equity-focused national development, as well as the ability to act effectively about concerns and participate in community life through service learning and social commitment.


Project Management & Finance

Graduates will create business opportunities for themselves and others by focusing on time restrictions, budgets, and collaborative initiatives in a productive working environment.

Career & Job Roles

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