ADMISSION

Please keep the following ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA in mind before initiating your admission procedure at RSACE:

–  The medium of instruction of the RSACE courses will be English and hence candidates seeking admission are expected to have English as a compulsory subject at least up to 10+2.

–  Candidate should have a minimum of 45% marks in his/her 10+2 or equivalent

The admission procedure will be as follows:

  1. You can start your admission process with RSACE by applying online
  2. Please complete the form in CAPITAL LETTERS only.
  3. Type correct & required information only.
  4. The application form fee is Rs.1800 inclusive of processing fees and taxes.
  5. Application form without payment will be rejected.
  1. Please keep the following self-attested scanned documents ready to upload with your application form:
  • Photocopies of mark sheets and certificates of class 10 and 10+2. If you have just appeared for your 10+2 exams please upload your Hall Ticket
  • Passport sized photograph.
  • Caste certificate and validity certificate for reserved category.
  • Aadhar Card / Passport / Driving License for proof of your identity and address.
  1. Once you complete your application you can apply for FMEAT (Film, Media and Entertainment Admission Test).
  2. The dates for the RSACE admission test FMEAT is 08 May 2017
  3. Admission will be awarded on the basis of the results of your entrance test/aptitude test and a personal interview
  4. Post this you will need to complete the ADMISSION FORM and pay your admission fees.

 

FMEAT

Kindly note the following information about FMEAT (Film, Media and Entertainment Aptitude Test) that needs to be undertaken in order to apply to RSACE:

  • The test will be conducted online.
  • It will be a 100 marks test.
  • It is important note that candidates will be expected to have a basic knowledge of the English language and the use of a computer.
  • The application form fee is Rs.1800 inclusive of processing fees and taxes.
  • The questions will basically be on areas of General Knowledge, Film, Television & Performing Arts, News and Current Affairs both Indian & International. It will also be a test of logic, creativity and expression.
  • There will be 5 parts to the entrance test:
    • Part I will comprise of 10 questions – True or False drawn from General Knowledge. (10 marks)
    • Part II will comprise of 10 questions – Choose one of 3 options based on Commonly known facts. (10 marks)
    • Part III will comprise of 5 questions – based on story telling. It will be a test of logic, creativity and expression in written form. (20 marks)
    • Part IV will comprise of General Knowledge questions from news and current affairs – Indian and International as well as some subjective questions. Only 6 out of 10 questions will need to be answered. (30 marks)
    • Part V will comprise of Subjective Film and Entertainment based questions. Only 6 out of 10 questions will need to be answered. (30 marks)

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