Maya


Course Detail


Course Description

MITI’s delivers an end-to-end creative workflow with comprehensive tools for animation, modeling, simulation, visual effects, match moving, and compositing on a highly extensible production platform. It exclusively provides an integrated 3D modeling, animation, effects and rendering solution which enables to realize remarkable innovative ideas. And offers state-of-the-art toolsets, combined into a single affordable offering designed to help the professional-designers of film, games, television, advertising, publishing, or graphics to meet today’s demanding production requirements.

Course Duration 6 Months
Credit Hours 144 Hours
Daily Hours 2 Hours
Theory Hours 44 Hours
Practical Hours 100 Hours
Class Timing Morning & Evening Section
Course Level Intermediate

Pre-requisite

Minimum Academic Qualification: Matriculation / Graphics Designing & Compositing



Course Contents


  • Modeling with Maya
  • Texturing with Maya
  • Rigging with Maya
  • Lighting and redering with Maya
  • Character Animation with Maya
  • Portfolio Showreel

Why MITI


  • Experienced & Professional Instructors
  • Well-Equipped Workshops & Practical Labs
  • Affiliation with TTB and City & Guilds
  • Course Training with Professional Grooming
  • Most Affordable Fee
Latest News

Admission Updates

  • The admission of all courses for the Female section will be start by 1st December - 2016 and classes commence by 2nd January - 2017.
  • The admission of all courses for the Male section Admission will be start by 15th December - 2016 and classes commence by 1st February - 2017.
  • It is being informed to all MITI photography students that MITI is helding an open house international sort of exhibition at MITI. Therefore you are requested to submit your the best ever taken creative pictures stuff latest by 24-October-2016. Either submit by physical to our representative (Mr. Aamir IT admin dept) or email us on the following email add furqanlw@gmail.com, taslimkhan61@gmail.com.
NATIONAL SKILL COMPETITION 2016
  • The 'NAVTTC Tool Kit Ceremony' held on 11th May 2015.
  • President of WMO Visited MITI on 18th April 2015.