জাতীয় গণমাধ্যম ইনস্টিটিউট গণপ্রজাতন্ত্রী বাংলাদেশ সরকার
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সর্ব-শেষ হাল-নাগাদ: ২০ August ২০১৭
TitleTelevision Program Production
Duration42 Days
DateFrom: 2017-04-16 To: 2017-05-25
Number

Desired number of participants is ২০. In special case, e number may vary.

Course FeeTk. 6000.00 (Taka Six thousand) only for each participant of private television channels and freelancer payable to the Director General, NIMC, Dhaka by a pay order/Bank draft. No course fee is charged from participants of Bangladesh television & atta
TypeNon-residential
Nomination Procedure

Nomination by authorities concerned. Open advertisement will also be floated on national dailies, NIMC website and different social media for freelance & participants from private radio/ TV channels.

Objective

At the end of training course, the participants will be able to :-


• Learn and understand plan, formulate and design of TV program production;
• Concepts, techniques and process of TV Program production;
• Learn and understand different aspects and formats of TV Program;
• Learn and understand diverse platform of traditional media & social/new media;
• Generate idea, explore subject matter, plan and prepare script/screen play for TV production.

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Course Content

General Contents:

Constitution of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina’s 10 (ten) special initiatives, women empowerment, RTI, ICT, climate change & disaster management & Autism.

Core Contents:
Concepts on TV & how it works; camera & its functions; arts & crafts of TV; Lighting & its different forms of use; different types of microphone; concepts on TV studio & set; background of TV graphics & animation; plan, design & formats of TV production. Concepts on TV production; pre-production, production and post production stages of TV Program, script writing & shot division; pre-shooting & shooting stages of TV production; talent artistes casting, makeup & costume; editing/vetting of TV programs; presenting & airing of TV program. Concept of different aspects of new media and traditional media platforms

Method

Classroom Lectures, Discussion, question & answer session, field visits, Practical session on Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production, short production on TV program.

Evaluation

Classroom attendance 5%, Regular participation in the class 5%, Script writing 30%, Report Presentation 20%, Final Production 40%, Practical exercises and Final presentation.

Course DirectorNetai Kumer Bhattacharjee
Course cordinatorSumona Parvin

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