Admission Detail

Programme offered under an agreement with Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development- an Institute of National Importance

The BA Acting degree serves as both a training ground and an education for the student actor. The aim of this department is to teach the art and craft of acting primarily for the cinema, but also for all other allied acting careers television, advertising, theatre & the voice over industry.

An actor’s primary aim is to be truthful and believable in the performance of any character that he/she might be asked to play, in any genre and in any medium. To this end, our training is geared towards providing students with a skill set that is tailor-made for the each of them, helping them work through their weaknesses and polish their strengths.

Through the course, theory is balanced with practice and is applied to varied aspects of the course, be it dramatic literature, script analysis, acting techniques. Students will however spend large parts of the course performing in both classroom exercises as well as studio based exercises and projects. With in-depth classroom work on acting, voice and movement; camera training; industry guidance and crucially an understanding of filmmaking and appreciation for cinema, we aim to graduate thinking, expressive, informed and creative actors with the ability to work across genres and media and the confidence to take on the challenges of the entertainment industry.

Overview of the Acting Industry

The Acting industry in India is one of the most in demand professions, with a career in Bollywood being a dream of thousands. Hopefuls pour in from every corner of the country and from abroad to try their luck here. And with the growth of the Television industry, with advertising preferring actors over models, with more and more opportunities in voicing, with the internet opening up as new medium, the demand for actors has grown exponentially.


The industry is also slowly moving towards a more organised structure, with casting directors being used by most production houses today. The demand therefore for skilled and trained professionals who can seamlessly adapt to performing in different mediums is greater than in the past.

Course Structure

This is a three-year course to be delivered over six semesters. Each semester developes the foundation of the previous semester. The course includes Core Acting specilaization input in Practical and Theory modules along with Contextual Studies (General Education) and an Elective Credit System which allows students to select some courses which are also outside the actors’s studio to enahce their learning and exposure to different topics besides strengthing their core learning.

Method of Teaching: 

There will be seven training aspects to the course:

  • Theory lectures: These lectures will be interactive, and students will be encouraged to participate actively. For certain specialized topics, leading professionals and industry guest lecturers will be invited.
  • Practical classes: Actors learn by doing. So hands-on practical learning supports all theory and forms the bulk of the training. Be it dance, yoga, voice, singing, kalaripayattu (martial arts), scene work, acting exercises or improvisations, students will learn on their feet.
  • Workshops:  Specialists will be called in to conduct workshops on specific acting skills and areas like make up, costumes, mime & clowning, combat & stunts, auditioning, grooming etc.
  • Performance: Students will take lessons learnt in class and apply them into performance. Actors learn through performance and through the interaction with a live audience. To this end they will perform on stage, in song presentations and dance performances, on camera.
  • Interaction with professionals: The Acting department will regularly invite practicing directors and casting directors to interact with students not only to share their professional and creative experiences with them, but to actually make the students work. There will be sessions and workshops with professional directors to help the actor grow.
  • Field Trips: Students will be taken for field trips when the opportunity fits the syllabus taught.
  • Film viewing and script-analysis: Students will regularly analyse and deconstruct films and screenplays of existing important films, in order to gain an in-depth understanding of the actor’s process.
  • Projects: Students will be given the opportunity to participate in interdepartmental projects to display their learning.

Year-wise Distribution of Credits

BA in Acting
SemCore TheoryTheory HoursCore PracticalPractical HoursGE GE HoursTotal CreditsTotal Hours

Semester I Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FMGE 1125Spoken Hindi (Grammar)20230
FMBG1102Popular Indian Cinema20230
Any 1 of the following
MCBE 1102Introduction to Literature20230
ANGE 1205Introduction to Indian Art and Aesthetics000
Total GE60690
FMBA 1106Acting Craft Theory I40460
FMBA 1107Acting Craft Practical I077210
FMBA 1108Voice & Music, Hindi Speech & Diction I40460
FMBA 1109Body and Movement I03390
Total Core81018420

Semester II Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FMGE 1126Spoken Hindi (Prose)20230
FMBG1202Film Analysis I (Short films)20230
Any 1 of the following
MCBE 1201Indian Literature – Voices and Perspectives20230
FMGE1134Emergence of Western Art20230
MUBC 1215Critical Listening and Analysis20230
Total GE60690
FMBA 1205Acting Craft Theory II50575
FMBA 1206Acting Craft Practical II055150
FMBA 1207Voice & Music, Hindi Speech & Diction II: Musical03390
FMBA 1208Body and Movement II03390
FMBA 1209Screen Acting I: Basic Camera Acting02260
Total Core51318465

Semester III Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FMGE 1127Psychology (for Actors)20230
FMGE 1128Business Communication and Networking20230
Any 1 of the following
FMGE 1129Spoken Hindi (Poetry)20230
MUBC 2118History and Context of Semi Classical and Folk Music20230
Total GE11216795
FMBA 2107Acting Craft Theory III50575
FMBA 2108Acting Craft Practical III066180
FMBA 2109Advanced Voice Training: Radio Play02260
FMBA 2110Body and Movement III03390
FMBA 2111Screen Acting II: Intermediate Camera Acting02260
Total Core51318465

Semester IV Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FMGE 1130Filmmaking Process22490
Total GE72229765
FMBA 2207Acting Craft Theory IV40460
FMBA 2208Advanced Voice, Speech and Diction Training: Dubbing/Voice Over/ Baskic Shakespeare02260
FMBA 2209Body and Movement IV03390
FMBA 2210Screen Acting III: Advanced Camera Acting (Monologue)02260
FMBA 2211Acting Technique II: Animal Behaviour, Commedia Dell’ Arte/Mime, Action Problem055150
FMBA 2212Project: Class Play02260
Total Core41418480

Semester V Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FSGE 1101Personality Development and Personal Grooming02260
Any 1 of the following
FMGE 1131Screenwriting for Actors02260
FMGE 1140Digital Content Creation and Marketing02260
Total GE044120
FMBA 3107Acting Craft Theory V20230
FMBA 3108Acting Craft Practical V03390
FMBA 3109English Speech and Diction II02260
FMBA 3110Screen Acting V: Scenework02260
FMBA 3111Physical Theatre02260
FMBA 3112Final Project: Genre Plays066180
Total Core21517480

Semester VI Course Structure

Course CodeCourseTheory CreditsPractical CreditsTotal CreditsTotal Hours
FMGE 1134Branding and Marketing for Actors20230
Total GE20230
FMBA 3204Professional Practice02260
FMBA 3205Acting Technique III: Michael Chekhov/ Shakespeare246150
FMBA 3206Final Project: Play066180
FMBA 3207Final Showreel/Showcase044120
Total Core21618510

Students’ Work
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Quick Links
Industry Speak
5th Veda session with Actor Aamir Khan
Shabana Azmi

Teaching Methods

Theory Lectures: These lectures will be interactive and students will be encouraged to participate actively. For certain specialised topics, leading professionals and industry guest lecturers will be invited.

Practical Acting Classes: Actors learn with practical experience. Hence, hands-on practical learning supports all theory and forms the bulk of the training. Be it dance, yoga, voice, singing, Kalaripayattu (martial arts), scene work, acting exercises or improvisations, students will learn implementation of theory by practical learning.

Acting Workshops: Specialists will be called in to conduct workshops on specific acting skills and areas like make up, costumes, mime & clowning, combat & stunts, auditioning, grooming etc

Interaction with professionals: The acting department regularly invites practicing directors and casting directors to interact with students, not only to share their professional and creative experiences with them, but to make the students understand the implication of their work. Workshops with professional directors are conducted, who guide them in film scenes replicating a professional shoot scenario and demanding from them the same professionalism they expect from working actors.

Film viewing and script analysis: Students will regularly analyse and deconstruct screenplays of existing films, to gain an in-depth understanding of the actor’s process.

Projects: Every term, acting students will participate in co-ordinated film projects with students from other filmmaking departments, where they will learn how to make their own choices in the creation of believable performances

English proficiency: Beginner/Intermediate

Academic qualification: 10+2, IBDP or equivalent from any Recognised Board /University

*All the content of this website are subject to change at the discretion of the management.

Admission Policy – 2023 Intake

(Programme offered under an agreement with Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development- an Institute of National Importance)

Programmes Offered & Seats:

The Programmes offered & Available Seats are mentioned in the table below:

U3BA in Acting3010+2 or equivalent from any recognised Board / University.

Application Process:

Candidates to apply through the ONLINE Application process only.Click here to apply and follow the self-explanatory process. Application Fee of Rs. 3000 to be paid through the Online Payment Gateway only.

Entrance Exam21rd April

Selection Criteria:

The Selection Criteria is as given in the table below:

 No. Component 1 (MCQs) Weightage % Component 2 Weightage % Component 3 Weightage % Component 4 Weightage %

GAT: General Aptitude Test

CAT: Creative Ability Test

SOP: Personal Statement of Purpose

P.I: Personal Interview

Points to note:

  • Due to the unprecedented times, as per the rules and guidelines suggested by the Government of Maharashtra, all the entrance exams will be conducted online, until further notice.

For each admission round, there will be certain dates to remember which will be updated on a regular basis on the Whistling Woods International website

Will be mentioned in the Selection Intimation Emails sent to Selected Candidates.

Mob. Nos.: +91 8454886604 / +91 8451803851 / +91 8451803852 / 022-62716070 (Mon to Sat: 10.30 am – 6.30 pm).

As per Government of India norms, 15%, 7.5% and 27% reservation is available to Scheduled Caste, Schedule Tribe and Other Backward Classes (non-creamy layer) respectively, for each of the programs. In addition, supernumerary seats are allocated to Persons With Disabilities (PWD) {3%}, Kashmiri migrants {1%} and children of the Armed Forces Employees {5%}


  • Merit Lists will be prepared for each Program according to the Aggregate Scores of all the three Components of the Selection Criteria, according to the Reservation Policy of the Institute.
  • Individual Selection Intimation Letters along with the Scores Obtained in each of the Components of the Selection Criteria will be sent by Email to all Selected Candidates.
  • Waiting List Candidates will not be sent any intimation, they can check their status with their respective Admission Advisors. In an event that they are upgraded to Selected List, only then they will be sent individual Selection Letters.


  1. Canvassing in any matter for securing admission shall render a candidate disqualified
  2. Eligibility rules as specified for each course shall be strictly followed and shall not be relaxed under any circumstances. Candidate should satisfy himself / herself that he / she fulfil the eligibility requirements prescribed for the admission to the concerned course of the study.
  3. Candidates awaiting result of qualifying examination may also apply for admission with the clear understanding that their selection will be entitled to admission only if they fulfil all eligibility requirements of concerned course of study at the time of admission.
  4. Changes, if any, made in the admission rules and / or in the eligibility criteria from time to time shall be applicable to candidates seeking admission in the Tata Institute of Social Sciences even after notification.
  5. Application form shall not be transferred from one course of study to another under any circumstances.
  6. A candidate whose qualifying examination is not Recognised by this university shall not be eligible for admission. All such Application Forms / admissions shall be rejected / cancelled.
  7. Application forms may be rejected if in case of the following
    • Incomplete Application
    • Received without requisite fee
    • Received after the Last date
    • Received with Invalid documents. And no correspondence shall be entertained in this regard. No relaxation in the last date shall be granted.
  8. Tata Institute of Social Sciences assumes no responsibility what so ever in the event of failure to report on the due date and time by the candidate for appearing in the Admission Test.
  9. The medium of all Test Shall be English only. Visually challenged candidates appearing for test must bring their writers along with them.
  10. PWD candidates must submit a written request for the same at least seven days before the scheduled date of the Test in the Office where they submitted their Application Form.
  11. PWD candidates who have been provided with a writer may be given an additional time of 30 minutes of the Test duration.
  12. Tata Institute of Social Sciences-WWI reserves the right to make changes in the notified Admission Test Schedule.
  13. In case, any candidate who does not meet the eligibility criteria prescribed for the concerned course of the study appears in the Admission Test, he / she shall be doing so at his / her own risk and cost, and if at any stages, it is found that the candidate do not fulfil the eligibility requirements, the admission, if granted, shall be cancelled.
  14. No separate intimation letters will be sent to the candidates wait-listed.
  15. No correspondence shall be made to candidate not selected for admission. Similarly, the Application fee shall not be refunded.
  16. Selected candidate shall be allotted course / Branch / Main Subject / Specialization on merit as per their preference indicated in the application Form.
  17. All admission shall be provisional.
  18. Selected Candidates shall not be allowed to complete admission formalities in absentia.
  19. Candidates not reporting for admission on the stipulated date and time, shall forfeit his / her claim for admission. The offer of admission shall stand cancelled and no correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.
  20. No candidate shall be admitted unless he / she has completed all the eligibility requirements at the time of admission. Candidates awaiting results of their Supplementary / Improvement examination shall not be considered for admission.
  21. Candidate is required to produce the original Mark sheets / Certificates, including the statement of the marks qualifying examinations with the requisite percentage of marks at the time of reporting for admission, failing which he / she shall not be allowed to complete the admission, and the offer of admission shall stand cancelled and no further correspondence in the matter shall be entertained.
  22. Mark sheet / Grade sheets / certificates downloaded from the Internet shall not be accepted at the time of admission.
  23. The candidate selected for admission shall have to deposit the attested photo copy of qualifying examination in the Office at the time of Admission.
  24. No candidate shall be eligible to peruse a full time course of study if he / she is already admitted to any full – time course of study in Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
  25. Candidates perusing any full time course of study is required to get his/ her name removed from the rolls of the University / College / Institution where already admitted, and submit a certificate to this effect from the concerned authority at the time of reporting for admission to the course (including evening Courses and Professional Courses under Centre for Professional courses) for which he / she may have been provisionally selected.
  26. Candidates enjoying employed status and selected for admission to any full – time course of study in the university, are required to produce leave sanction / relieving order at the of admission from their employer for the duration of the course permitting them to peruse their studies at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, failing which the offer of admission shall stand withdrawn.
  27. The candidate selected for admission shall have to submit the Original Migration Certificate from the Head of the Institution / University last attended at the time of admission. Candidate who is not in the position to submit the Migration certificate at the time of admission, shall give anundertaking on prescribed Proforma to submit the same within six months from the date of admission, failing which the Tata Institute of Social Sciences reserves the right to cancel his / her admission.
  28. The university reserves the right to get any student medically examined and if found medically unfit, the admission of such students will be cancelled.
  29. If any error / omission in the processing / verification of certificates / documents of a candidate is detected after the candidate is admitted to a course in the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences has the right to cancel such admission at any stage at which error / omission is deducted.
  30. If it is found, at the stage, that a candidates,
    • does not fulfil the eligibility requirements
    • has used fraudulent means to secure admission
    • has made false or incorrect statements in the application form.
    • has not singed / marked thumb impression on the application form or somebody else has done so on his / her behalf.He / She shall not be allowed to complete the admission formalities, or in case already admitted, his / her admission shall be cancelled, ipso, fact
  31. In case, of cancellation of admission by a candidate, after the closing date of admissions, the Application fee paid by him/ her will not be refunded.
  32. Answer sheets and other relevant material pertaining to the Admission Test of all candidates and Application Forms of all the non – admitted candidates will be weeded out after 3 months of the Closing Date of Admissions. Therefore, in case of any dispute regarding admission, the matter must be filed within 3 months of the closing date of admission after which the relevant records may not be made available.
  33. The closing date for all admission in the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, except those courses / categories for which separate notification will be made. Any vacancy arising after the date of enrolment of the candidate in any course shall not be filled.
ProgramDuration (Yrs)Program Fees (₹)Fees Breakup Security Deposit (₹)Total
Infra CostEquipment & MaterialProject CostTuition Fees
BA in Acting314,00,0004,45,0003,25,0004,25,0002,00,0001,00,00015,00,000

* GST as applicable (currently 18%) would be additional and is not reflected in the above-mentioned amounts.

CoursePayments Installments
AcceptanceSem 1Sem 2Sem 3Sem 4Sem 5Sem 6Total
Other FeesTotalSec DepTFOFTotalTFOFTotalTFOFTotalTFOFTotalTFOFTotalTFOFTotalTFOFSec Dep
BA in Acting2,00,0003,00,0001,00,00050,0001,50,0002,00,00050,0001,50,0002,00,00025,0001,75,5002,00,00025,0001,75,5002,00,00025,0001,75,5002,00,00025,0001,75,50015,00,0002,00,00012,00,0001,00,000

** Security Deposit & Taxes (subject to changes based on Taxation norms) are included in the above installment amounts.


  • All Graduate & Post-graduate Degrees and Diplomas are awarded by the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), which is an Institution of National Importance by Act of Parliament No.35/2012
  • All amounts are payable to are payable through the WWI online payment portal. The link to the same will be mentioned in each invoice that the student receives. Students can pay by NEFT / RTGS / online electronic transfer. Details for online transfer of funds are available with the Accounts Office.
  • Examination Fees, payable on an annual or semi-annual basis, are additional. You will be intimated of the same.
  • GST has not been levied on any of the Programs based on prevalent taxation rules / guidelines for educational institutions. However, these are subject to change. Any taxes levied by the government / taxation authorities would be additional & intimated to students with appropriate notice
  • All amounts are listed & payable in Indian Rupees, for both Indian and International students.
  • All payments made by Indian nationals must be accompanied by the Permanent Account Number (PAN) of the payee, without which fees will not be accepted.
  • All fees are as mentioned are for the program as a whole, and are being collected over installments to reduce the burden of paying large amounts on the student. The semester-wise payments are not reflective of the value of the program completed till then or the value charged specifically for that semester.
  • The Semester 1 installment includes a security deposit. This is non-interest bearing and refundable on program completion or withdrawal, subject to deductions.
  • The ‘Acceptance’ payment is payable within two weeks of being accepted into a program. If a student is accepted within two weeks of program commencement, then it is payable on registration day.
  • The ‘Acceptance’ payment is non-refundable, although it can be carried forward for a maximum of 2 intakes, subject to management approval. The Fee policy applicable to students who push forward their admission will be the one that is active when the student does join the program. WWI refunds the ‘Acceptance’ installment to students only in case they withdraw under exceptional circumstances 45 days before program commencement. An amount of Rs 75,000/- (+ taxes as applicable) will be retained by WWI as Application processing & Admission Costs.
  • Semester 1 fees are payable on Registration day, which may be a few days prior to program commencement. All other installments are payable 1 week before the commencement of each Semester, except for the final Semester. All payments listed under the Final Semester of each program have to be paid before the penultimate semester is completed.
  • Once a Semester has commenced, all fees paid / payable upto the end of that semester are non-refundable. Should a student leave his/her program mid-semester, all fees paid / payable are non-refundable but any fees paid in advance for future semesters will be refunded, with the security deposit, subject to deductions.
  • Transfer of fees across / between programs is subject to management approval, on a case-by-case basis, and will involve a re-calculation of fees based on the existing fees in the new program & the amount already paid by the student and where in the program (which semester) the student chooses to transfer:
  • If a student changes specialisation mid-program from a program with a lower fee to a program with a higher fee, the fee difference, on a retrospective basis (for the semesters already completed), is to be paid by the student before commencement of the next Semester.
  • If a student changes specialisation mid-program from a program with a higher fee to a program with a lower fee, no refunds will be made retrospectively for fee differences, if any in the Semesters already completed, and, irrespective of such differences, fees payable for future Semesters have to be paid as per the fee policy.
  • If a student wishes to withdraw from the program between 2 semesters, he / she has to convey the same in writing to the Dean and the Administration Manager atleast 2 weeks prior to Semester commencement. After such date, entire fees payable for that semester will be applicable.
  • The institute undertakes all refunds of fees & security deposits only twice a year – in the months of September and March. So all refund requests processed during the year are disbursed only in these months.
  • In case of refunds or claims sought, the student will hold Whistling Woods International alone responsible for the same as it is the institution that is delivering the education as the implementation partner of RGNIYD. Whistling Woods International has indemnified RGNIYD of the same.
  • Any scholarship / fee waiver / fee adjustment extended to a student will be used to reduce the fees payable for the ultimate (final) Semester of his/her program. If scholarship / fee waiver amounts are higher than those payable for the final semester, then the balance over & above that will be used to reduce the amount payable for the penultimate semester, and so on.
  • A delay in Fee Payment will attract a penalty of Rs 5,000/- per week. Each act of cheque bouncing / dishonour of cheque will attract a penalty of Rs 5,000/-.
  • Health Insurance is mandatory for all students. Whistling Woods International provides a group health insurance policy, the cost of which is already built into the fees. There is no additional payment needed for the same.
  • Program Fees do not include any additional study tour costs. While such additional costs are rare, they will need to be borne additionally as and when required. Due notice will be given to students for the same.
  • Students of specific programs would need to acquire some hardware / software / supplies, as under:
    • All students being accepted into the Animation & Gaming programs need to acquire a high-end windows laptop of specifications – 8-core 2.5Ghz i9 processor, a high-end graphic card on par with NVIDIA RTX 3080 and a minimum of 32gb DDR4 RAM). This is needed to be acquired before their 2nd year commences. Exact specifications will be given to students in their 2nd semester based on the prevailing requirements base on the software that they will need to deploy.
    • Students being accepted into the Direction & Producing specialisations of MA Filmmaking need to acquire a MacBook Pro laptop [MacBook Pro i7 Processor (m1 chip recommended) & 8 Gb RAM (16Gb recommended)] & a good quality headphone. WWI will provide exact specifications to the students in April 2022, based on new models being launched. WWI also has student discounted pricing details of which will be made available to the student.
    • All students being accepted into the Producing specialisation of Filmmaking need to acquire Movie Magic Budgeting & Movie Magic Scheduling software, which will be made available to them at a reduced cost (currently the amount is 149US$ each, but may change going forward).
    • All students of the Music Production & Composition programs will need to acquire MacBook Pro laptop with minimum specifications: MacBook Pro i7 or i9 Processor (m1 recommended), 32GB RAM, a good quality headphone, a MIDI controller keyboard, a license of ProTools software, Sibelius software and a license of the Apple Logic Pro X sequencing software. Changes to the same, if any, will be intimated at the time of admission.
    • All students being accepted to the Fashion Design program will need to acquire an Art Material Kit, a Sewing Kit, a Trend Forecasting WGSN subscription and some fashion reference books. The cost of the WGSN subscription is Rs 10,000/- + GST per year as of now. However, it is subject to change each year. Additional details will be provided on admission.
    • Students other than the above-mentioned programs need not acquire their own laptops and can use the computing assets available on campus, but it is recommended that they acquire one after their 1st year.
    • All students would need to acquire good quality headphones. Given health concerns, we do not recommend sharing of headphones between students.
    • All students will need to subscribe to the Adobe Creative Cloud software annual subscription. They will be allotted an Adobe CC subscription license which they can use both on & off campus. The same will be made available at a heavily discounted rate of Rs 6,500/- per yr. This will reflect separately in the invoice for Sem 1, 3, 5 & 7, as applicable.
  • University norms mandate that a student needs to complete his / her undergraduate degree within 5 years of program commencement, irrespective of breaks taken for medical matters or term repeat requirements. If multiple breaks cause the students to cross the 5-year threshold, they will need to re-register as a new student. The same is also applicable in case of credit transfers from other universities, or for students who have taken a break and are looking at re-commencing their education at WWI.
  • Whistling Woods is facing litigation with respect to its campus in Filmcity, Mumbai. WWI has secured relief through interim orders passed by both the Hon. Supreme Court of India on September 22, 2014 and the Hon. Bombay High Court on July 30, 2014, on WWI’s Review Petition challenging the Hon. Bombay High Court’s February 2012 decision on the matter. In its order of July 30, 2014, the Hon. Bombay High Court has allowed WWI to continue its educational activities unhindered until the Review Petition is finally disposed off and in its order of September 22, 2014, the Hon. Supreme Court of India has reaffirmed that decision. The Maharashtra State government, through its Cabinet has taken a decision, in late 2018, to allot the land on which the campus is situated to WWI on a long-term lease subject to High Court clearance. The Cabinet Note for the same is available in the Maharashtra government public documents section. The lease agreement finalisation currently underway and will be presented before the High Court soon. In case there is any update on this matter, adequate intimation / notice will be given.
  • Fee Policies as above are subject to change at Management’s discretion. Appropriate notification of the same will be given to all students. Excessively delayed fee payments may be cause for cancellation of enrollment of student.

*All the content of this website are subject to change at the discretion of the management.