Indiantelevision Dot Com's Qalam to commence from 21 June

MUMBAI: Good news for all those aspiring writers who couldn't apply for Indiantelevision Dot Com's scriptwriting course Qalam, which was supposed to commence from 14 June.

Interested candidates can still join the course as the date of the commencement of the course has been extended till 21 June. The entrance for aspirants will be held on 19 June.

Qalam has already received an overwhelming response from wannabe script writers. Keeping this in mind, the date for the course has been extended.

Qalam is a full fledged, well-structured, four month comprehensive Television Scriptwriting Course guided by a governing board comprising Nimbus Communications CEO Akash Khurana, ex-Siddhant Cinevision creative director Vinod Ranganath, Indian Television Dot Com CEO Anil Wanvari, film maker Aditya Seth and writer-director Vijay 'Victor' Acharya.

In its second year, the course will be co-ordinated by Seth and boasts of an acclaimed faculty which includes television luminaries like noted scriptwriters and directors BM Vyas, Dr Chandraprakash Dwivedi, Ashwini Dhir and Vivek Agnihotri, among others.

The questionnaire for the examination has already been put up on this website along with eligibility criteria, course content and other details.

Qalam's earlier batch has produced students who are currently working with serials like Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi, Kitty Party and Yeh Meri Life Hain amongst others.

The course fee is set at Rs 12,000. For further information call Abhishek at 022-2673 0986/659.

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