Mass Communication and Media Technology faculty has the largest air-conditioned film and television shooting floor (approximately 3600 square feet) in north India, which is not only fully air-conditioned but has attached, fully functional Production Control Rooms. The shooting floor has also the facility for Chroma-key (Green Screen) and a Giant Projection Screen (20feet x 18 feet). Students, as well as professional film and television units, can build up their sets on the floor and shoot their shows, series and films.
The faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology at SGT University boasts of world class infrastructure. All the class rooms, labs, editing suites, TV Studio and shooting studios are air-conditioned. The class rooms are fitted with latest and state of the art Audio-visual equipment like Projectors, Computers and sound system.
The faculty of Mass Communication has a fully functional Television Studio with attached PCR which is fitted with state of the art production facilities like vision mixers, tele-prompters, broadcast cameras, on screen text-generators (VTWs), cool lights and talk back systems. Here the students practice their news-room skills and also assist technicians on the many in-house programs of the university, the flag bearer of which is the e-learning series produced by SGT on a regular (almost daily) basis.
Two editing bays running on iMAC platforms loaded with Final Cut Pro are at the disposal of the faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology. Here highly experienced and efficient editors guide students into editing of programs as well as editing all the in-house programs. All workshops, industrial visits, visits of dignitaries, cultural programs of the university are shaped here and all the raw-data is stored on the high end servers. All student productions too are shaped here – rough assembled, fine cut, audio laying, sfx and final mastering is done on these terminals. A graphic station feeds the editing suites with all the graphics and Vfx shots needed by all the productions.
This is a YouTube news channel of the Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology of SGT University where we broadcast daily bulletins in English and Hindi recorded in the state-of-the-art studio. Students gather news and also anchor the bulletins.
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We have a daily news podcast in English and Hindi recorded in a professional studio. Besides the news, we also record Motivational podcasts on Sundays and topic-specific podcasts of public interest on a daily basis. Students participate actively in this exercise.
To prepare our students for modern-day digital reporting, we have launched a web-portal www.sgttimes.com where we publish important press releases issued by the Central and State governments besides news about events held on the university campus. Our students contribute news for the web portal. The platform is helping our students acquire the art of storytelling. SGT Times Portal
Despite being the oldest form of present-day means of mass communication, the relevance of print media can never be lost. Our fortnightly newsletter SGT Times provides our students an opportunity to acquire the skills of copywriting, copyediting, composing, and page making besides learning the art of graphic designs.
The Mass Communication Faculty has a large ensemble of production equipment needed for Student Productions as well as in-house programming needs. 6 SONY cameras, 9 Cannon DSLR cameras with lenses and filters, Cool Lights, Tungsten Lights, Ground and Stand reflectors, Skimmers, Cutters, Gun microphones with Boom Rods, RF Microphones and field Audio Mixers are some of the professional grade equipment the university owns. The entire production facility is controlled by a studio manager who marshals a team of 3 Cameraman, 4 still photographers, 2 editors, one VFX & Graphics artist, two audio-video engineers and a store keeper.
We learn from history and from our past. For this very reason Mass Communication faculty has created a Media Museum where audio visual production equipment which was used over last few decades and which has now been phased out is displayed for the students as well as general public to get a glimpse of now obsolete technology. Most of the equipment has been donated by many known film & video professionals, most notably amongst them renowned documentary film maker Mr. Pramod Mathur and his wife.