Website : www.indiraisc.edu.in/actingschool
Many of us do not realize that we may like to act; for a few of us, acting may be a passion. Whatever acting means to you – fun or passion, here is a program that is tailored just for you.
Indira School of Communication (ISC) a part of Shree Chanakya Education Society’s Indira Group of Institutes (Est. 1994) announces its Acting Academy. Designed both for fresh, debutante actors as well as those with experience, this Academy provides actors with modern on-camera acting techniques rooted in time-honored theatrical traditions. Discover acting in its most developed form.
An actor is born as an actor. True. But a good actor evolves after skillful training and guidance. In a world full of competition and rat race, it is a great help to groom the natural actor within to achieve the fullest potential.
Luckily, India is endowed with a rich and vibrant film and entertainment industry. We have the world’s largest entertainment industry in terms of volume. It goes without saying that nurturing the right talent goes a long way in achieving your dreams in the world of entertainment.
The Acting Academy at Indira School of Communication is a sincere effort to bring out the best in aspiring actors. Thanks to a great infrastructure, experienced faculty members and a congenial environment, the Academy is a promising destination.
Diploma in Acting
The Diploma Program is modeled on some of programs from the finest acting schools of the world. It equips students to become coveted actors for the big and small screens. The course will be taught over 6 months, 5 days a week. The syllabus is based on ‘Method Acting Techniques’ and covers the following modules:
Students will get an opportunity to act in a play and short film produced by ISC. Their talent will be showcased to the eminent Directors and Producers through a play performance.
Anyone who is 18 years and above and has cleared his 12th Std. is eligible to apply.
Course Fees: INR 1,00,000/-
Placement Assistance will be provided to deserving candidates.