Write a statement of purpose
- What drives and motivates you every morning?
- How do you wish to create for the future?
- Your background
- Your achievements
- Transformational occurances
- Things you are passionate about
- Word count - 150 words
This multiple choice examination evaluates your aptitude
Let us get to know you better!
Upload 8 - 10 pieces of your best works.
Your uploads could be drawings, paintings; photographs of your sculptures; videos of any performances; graphic design work, animation work, photographs, films or sketch book pages
Upload your work in the form of either a PDF file, JPEG/JPG or a consolidated zip file, not exceeding 500 mb.
You will be scored out of 30 marks.
Make a film
Use your mobile phone camera to click 10 pictures depicting the theme given to you.
You can use actors, action figures, or any other objects or props to feature in these photos.
The pictures can be 10 different scenarios or just one scenario explained in a series of 10 connected pictures.
Add a note explaining your idea behind the 10 pictures. Not more than 100 words.
You will be evaluated on the below points
Candidates currently in the 12th grade & will be appearing for a 10 + 2 examination (e.g. IGCSE- A levels, CBSE, HSC, IBDP, ISC etc.), or its educational equivalent in any discipline (e.g.: Science, Commerce, Arts) with an interest in Film and Animation are eligible to apply. The upper age limit is 21 years at the time of application.
Once you complete & submit the online application, you will receive a confirmation email on your registered email ID. You will be then directed to a gateway to make the application fee payment. The application fee of Rs. 2,000 is non-refundable and non-transferable. Continue Your Application
The first step of the ATLAS Challenge is the Online Aptitude Test. The multiple choice examination evaluates your aptitude and knowledge related to design. This section of the ATLAS challenge will be divided into 4 Parts:
If necessary, you can use actors, action figures, or any other objects and props to feature in these photos. The 10 pictures can be either 10 different scenarios or just one scenario explained in a series of 10 connected pictures. Black and white, coloured, etc are creative choices totally left to you.
Add a note not longer than 100 words, explaining your idea behind the 10 pictures. Submit the idea as a jpg image or PDF document. Ensure that the entire text is clearly readable.
Upload the picture (s) within 24-36 hours of completing OAT.
Upload your work in the form of either a PDF file, multiple JPEG/JPG or a consolidated zip file, not exceeding 100 mb
The third section of the ATLAS Challenge is the Online Interview.
After you submit Section 1 and 2, our Admissions team will get in touch with you to schedule and facilitate the interview over a phone call or video call with one of our instructors.