Importantly, university sources said that the two-year M.Sc film technology course, which the university was planning to introduce instead of the M. Tech course, has also not received all necessary approvals yet. “It looks like the Department of Film Technology and Electronic Media Studies will not be offering any course this year,” said a Professor from the university. Though Madurai Kamaraj University has decided to withdraw the five-year integrated M. Tech (Film Technology and Electronic Media Studies) course from the present academic year, confusion prevails over the future of the course as a section of ongoing batches of students are fiercely opposing the withdrawal. Is the university accepting that the M. Tech course was a mistake?” asked a third year student. “When the M. Tech programme was introduced in 2012, it was lauded as a unique course.
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