Frameboxx Institute is now at Sohrab Hall, Dhole-Patil Road Pune

Frameboxx Institute is now at Sohrab Hall, Dhole-Patil Road Pune

Pune: One of the most reputed names of global media and entertainment education Frameboxx Institute, has started its Pune’s 5th branch at Sohrab Hall, Dhole-Patil Road, Pune. Specialization courses B.Sc. degree in animation, visual effects, gaming, graphic and web designing, and photography will be taught here. Frameboxx 2.0's managing director Rajesh Turakhia, inaugurated the institute with the presence of Frameboxx's vice president Vinita Bachani. Gagandeep Singh Oberoi, Gurbir Singh Oberoi, and Gagandeep Singh were also present at the occasion.

Frameboxx has 32 centres across India. Frameboxx utilizes the studio's artistic excellence, quality programming, innovative technologies, and technology for the holistic development of students. Experienced trainers provide hands-on training and work directly on projects. Frameboxx has also created the most transparent placement portal to bestow career opportunities for its students in leading animation and VFX studios in India. Students are currently working with companies like DNEG, Technicolor, Prime Focus, Framestore, Pixel Digital Studio, Rockstar, Red Chili VFX, Weta Digital, Ascension, DreamWorks, Legend, Makuta Visual Effects, MPC, Viacom 18, Golden Robot, NY VFX, etc.

Rajesh R. Turakhia, the director and founder of Frameboxx, expressed that “how the artist views the software is more important than how the artist learns to use the software. We blend this artistic approach into our teaching methodology to impart the best knowledge to the student to make him an industry-ready artist. We follow the 'Technical Artist Training' method where we train novices by imparting technical knowledge of software and aesthetic knowledge of artistic understanding”. Moreover, it also focuses on learning techniques and creativity.

Being a leader in the Indian animation and visual effects training industry, we are appointed to produce industry-standard trained manpower to meet the demand of India's fast-growing animation and visual effects industry.” We emphasized 70 percent practical and 30 percent skill education. We have developed our curriculum focusing on the skills needed by employers and industries, not just traditional teaching methods", stated by the director. Therefore, students are guaranteed victory.



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