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     Diploma Duration :  6months Project work
                      Online offline
​ Academic Year : Sept 2022 to Feb 2023
 Venue:   W.R.I.C., Mumbai University, Kalina Campus, Santacruz (East),Mumbai 98
Senseindia's Diploma Course in Script Writing is not only for screenwriters but for the complete Film Makers.
The process of writing story treatment can help screenwriters to build a solid foundation in screenplay writing  
 Professional International Script Writing Diploma course covers step-by-step understanding of story and Scrip writing methods practically producing process of story treatment writing simple with a ground-breaking approach to the form.  In the span of one year "Script Writing Course" develops the writer's mind into a sensitive screenplay writer. The thought process is in the span of one year Script Writing Course
 Screenplay writer. Course is taught with critical assignments to the enlightenment of writers about the practicalities of the International Film Industry.
 By the end of the Diploma, participants will have a strong treatment and solid content research for professional
  Industry screenplay and Novel Senseindia's Diploma in Script Writing is designed with 20 years of research 
  for the people who intend social change through cinema. The professional work experience with Industry   people makes Senseindia's Diploma Holder in confident Script Writer​

​ International Credits in acadmic parformance 

​Learn Script Writing with the total Indian Concept of GURUKUL 
  One year Diploma in Script Writing 
1)Individual Mentorship
2)Practical Training
3)Professional Film Projects
4)In-Depth Research 
5)Film Industry Network
6)Literature orientation
7)Sahitya Shastra studies
8)Online- Offline Projects
9)Training in Indian Gurukul Institution
10)Studies in Indian Philosophies in content writings
11)Special study tours
12)Novel and Screenplay Production Project 
13)Promotional activities as Script Writer 
14)Feature Film – Documentary – Web Series Projects 


   Principles in Story Development :

      Literature and Social Reflections in Art

      Applications of Creativity in Literature  and Cinema

      World Literature and Cinema

      History of Indian Story development Process

      Impact of religions on writing 

      Novel writing and its screenplay adaptation

       History of Indian Film Writing

      Genres in Script Writing 

      Important principles in Idea to Final Draft 

      Creation of content:

           Idea to Screenplay - 

           Pre -production - 



          Practical Sessions in Script writing 

           Concept - Story 



            Story line / Structure
            Screenplay / Audio Visual

            Dialog / Story-boarding 
            Adaptation of Novel for Cinema
            Production Design  

              Scriptwriter’s commitments.

       Script Registration – Story Protection
• understanding of “idea”, “concept”, and a “strong concept”; 
• thought process or “abhidharana” of a writer/author, influence of various factors (memories, experiences,
 conditionings, background/situation – social, cultural, economic, religious), importance of developing 
the thought process of a writer. 
• how to develop an idea into a concept and further into a strong concept, the role of thought process
 (or “abhidharana”)
 in developing an idea to a strong concept. 
Elements of a Story: 
• Concept of the Story, the Central conflict, the Entertainment value(s)(like social, religious, 
 cultural, educational or environmental message); 
• Characterization (Protagonist, Antagonist, and the thought processes of the characters), strong visual elements
 and the role of visual elements,  
• Cultural (and social, economic, religious) elements of the story. 
Development of the Story (from idea to strong concept): 
• how to establish the background (social, cultural, economic, religious) using visual elements in the scenes and 
through actions and dialogues of characters; • how to introduce various characters in the story; 
• concept of protagonist and antagonist, in a story/film, their thought processes and how to develop and present 
their personalities. 
• how to develop and present their personality (or thought process) using appropriate scenes, activities and dialogs. 
Indian vs International Film Scenario: 
• In the Indian film scenario, need to shift from masala movies to films addressing a) political problems, and b) 
social/cultural/religious/economic issues.  
• Importance of, and the need for detailed and in-depth research in preparation for movies. 
This is especially true for movie based on historical events or mythology. 
Various Concepts: 
• discussion on and explanation of: Scene, Shot, Sequence, and Act; Difference between Scene and Shot. 
• understanding of the Acts I, II and III, with examples/exercises. 
Structure of a Story: 
• preparation of the story structure: an initial and crucial step towards writing of screenplay from a story; 
importance of a strong and well-defined/thought story structure, • discussion on how to form the story structure 
with examples/exercises, •
 final story structure depends upon (or affected by): 
a) outlook/perspective of the writer, b) life/size of the story and c) mode of expression (short film, full film etc)
Documentary vs Feature Films: both have different formats which is reflected in the treatment 
of narrative, structure, time duration of the film, subjects addressed, etc. 
Guidelines for Writing of Screenplay: detailed discussion on format (Industrial Layout) to be used, 
with examples/exercises.

    Outdoor activities
        Study tours
        Location Hunting
        Situation Realizations 

     Cinematographic experience 

     Project Works :   Novel / Feature Film / TV Serial / Documentary Research and Script / Research Dissertation 
​Head of Dipartment and Main Faculty - 

BAPU SARVAGOD : Studied Film Direction 
and Script Writing at India’s premier Film organization Film and TV Institute of India,
(1999) Pune Fine art Painting at prestigious Sir JJ School of Arts Mumbai (1995) 
and his studies in Masters of Philosophy and Vippassana at Mumbai University. (2000)
 Bapu Sarvagod has Written, Produced and Directed International acclaimed 
Feature Film “Holy Bastard” (English/Hindi)based on 
 Devdasi Custom in India., that is released in London and which was also entered in 
Cannes and Berlin Film Festival His second feature film “AUDIT” (Hindi Feature Film ) 
is based on Socio- Political 15years experience in research and teaching
story writing and visual language. Bapu Sarvagod has trained more than 15000 Filmmaker
 and writers are benefited with his knowledge
in Cinema and Story Writing since 2002 from various part of India and abroad .
 He is complete Film Maker working on his Feature films as 
 Writer and director as well as consultant on various National International Film projects. 
He is Founder / Director of Senseindia Foundation
Media research and Education Forum that is the first governmental organization
 that is dedicated for the  enlightenment of society about Film Media. Senseindia Foundation
 is a ‘Media Research and Education Forum’ is an organization house 
that endeavors to create awareness of Film Making Tool among intellectuals, media experts, 
social activists and young enthusiastic people. Apart form Film Production and Research Main 
stream Activity of Senseindia is to promote True Sense of Indian Philosophy through activities
in Art, Culture, and Informal Education in social interest. Senseindia Foundation is established 
in 1997 by Filmmaker Bapu Sarvagod while he was student at Film and TV Institute of India. 
After seven years practical experience and research in film education Senseindia Foundation 
Media Research and Education Forum started functioning since 2002 for the cause of making 
the sensible Filmmakers and writers with social responsibility. As result of 15 years of Senseindia’s
 ground work around hundreds of its film makers have made feature film and they have 
got nationals and International Award for their works.

Bapu Sarvagod is Member of Mumbai University’s Screenplay Syllabus Draft Committee.  
Panel of Film Academics of Times of India -Mumbai 
Bhartity Kalaratna Award by Sahayog Foundation -Mumbai  

Diploma Duration : Six months   
Lectures: Online / Offline  Lectures 

Qualifications : H.S.C. Person having working  knowledge of Hindi / English languages. 
with valid KYC Documents.

​ Diploma in Script Writing Course Fees  (Dur: One Year )  
 Admission Fees + Term fees Tuition Fees -US$6250/- only  For  International students
Only for Indian Citizens Rs. 175000/- 
( Inclusive of study material, Exam fees, Certification etc. )

Admission process : 
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Benefits of the Script Writing Diploma Course:
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Exposure with Experienced faculty members
Interaction with Industry Professionals
Unique teaching methods
Personal Development Plan
Individual Career Guidance 
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