Posted by The Hindu on Monday, June 10, 2018 05:03:26 The Indian Film Academy (IFA) is the largest of the nation’s six major film schools.
This year’s winners have been announced by the board, which will meet next month.
The IFA is the oldest of the major schools, with the last graduating class in 2011.
It is a prestigious institution, where students are required to complete their degrees before graduation.
The academy also trains a number of students from across the country, including those from Indian films and television.
The winners of the 2017-2018 IFA will be announced in two weeks.
The list of winners includes two film students from Mumbai, two students from Hyderabad, two from Pune and a student from Mumbai.
The IFA, the country’s largest film academy, has about 25,000 students from over a dozen states and five Union Territories.
Among the alumni of the winners is Rajendra Kumar, the director of the film ‘Aamir Khan’ and a former student of the academy.
“We were excited when the list was released and we knew it was a big list,” said Mr Kumar, who is also the director and producer of ‘Mani Shankar Aiyar’.
“I was happy because it is a first list, a very big list.
We were excited that it is the first list that includes students from all the States and Union Territories.”
The list includes students who graduated from all six of the IFA’s campuses in 2017.
“The students who are graduating in 2019 are a big batch of graduates.
It’s an honour to be a part of such a big group,” Mr Kumar added.
The list is based on students who completed their degree in 2018, 2018-19 and 2019-20.
It does not include students who did not complete their degree, which is the case for some students who applied for the ICA.
“There are a few students who didn’t graduate from the IAF, but we still know about them.
We also know who those students are.
We know their families,” said IFA president Sushant Sood.
The top five winners include students from Puducherry, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Kolkata.
The winner of the 2018-2019 IFA awards are: Pudugodi, Mumbai, Ahmeddu, Pudusa and Dharwad.
The top five students in the 2019-2020 IFA are: Ahmeddu and Dhunagarh, Hyderpur, Ahmednagar, and Mumbai.
The students from the other campuses have not been announced yet.
“They are students who got their diplomas in the IFS (Indian Film and Television Society), and then did their studies at other schools,” Mr Sood said.
“Those students are a very important part of the alumni list.
There are a lot of them, a lot who were students at other universities.
It would be very hard for us to have students from other schools not included.”IFA president Satyendra Kumar added that there were a lot more students in 2019 than in 2017-18.
“We expect more students to graduate next year.
They are coming from all over the country,” he said.
The awards ceremony will be held in New Delhi in February.