Mass Communication & Videography at St. Xavier’s Mapusa has given me the platform not only to embark on a career of my choice but also to meet and know some amazing people. It taught me how important it is to work hard, be inquisitive and to never stop learning. I couldn’t have enrolled for a more practical course which gave me experience in so many areas of work. The Faculty was brilliant. They gave us direction right through the duration of the course, and even after graduation are in contact with us. The 3 years I spent at the school of media studies was really memorable.
-Cedric Pal, Student, Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai.
The course is unique and interesting from the other arts subjects, I have learnt a lot of things but the most important thing what I have learnt and benefited from this course is FREEDOM TO EXECUTE MY IDEAS INTO REALITY.
-Renato DCosta, Business Executive at THE HELLO GROUP
‘For once I had fun studying’ I say this because every subject and paper was within my likes and interests. And whether I was good or not, I had fun doing each assignment and shoot and project. My most memorable moments were when we went to St. Aloysius College, Mangalore for Media Manthan where I wrote the movie spoof and saw my classmates having fun doing it. I loved the Pune trip as well, specially when we played games teachers and students together! And of course our documentary film, ‘Hamara Atmavishwas’ will always be special to me.
–Yashodhara Roy, Student
I have been a proud student of Mass Communication & Videography of St. Xavier’s College, Mapusa, for the period of 2011-2014. During these years, I received a lot of knowledge and full support from the college and faculties to come up with my own projects. The various activites conducted by the college imparted both practical as well as technical experience. The well equipped laboratory and studio with professional equipments helped me to explore with my ideas with minimum cost. For me, this institution has been at the forefront of aesthetic and technological breakthrough in Media, Television and Film studies.
-Vardhan Dhaimodkar, Short film-maker