XCFTI’S Scope for Creative Learning

XCFTI believes “we can all be creative if we are given the opportunities” to explore.
All people are capable of creative achievements in some areas of activity, provided that the conditions are right and provides foundation for a range of policy innovations.
However, most theorists agree that the creative process involves a few components, most commonly:


Imagination is the ability to form mental images, ideas, or concepts of things that are not present or have not been experienced directly. It is the faculty of the mind that allows us to visualize, create, and innovate.

Imagination is essential to many aspects of human life, including art, literature, science, and technology. It allows us to envision possibilities, explore new ideas, and make connections between seemingly unrelated concepts. Imagination also plays an important role in problem-solving and decision-making, as it helps us to visualize potential outcomes and anticipate consequences.

In the creative arts, imagination is particularly important, as it is the driving force behind the creation of new works of art, literature, film, and music. It allows artists to express their unique vision and voice, and to connect with audiences on an emotional level.

Overall, imagination is a powerful tool that can help us to expand our horizons, discover new possibilities, and create a better world. By nurturing and developing our imagination, we can tap into our full potential and make a positive impact on the world around us.

   2.Originality (the ability to come up with ideas that are new and unusual)

  1. Productivity (the ability to generate a variety of ideas through divergent thinking)
  2. Problem solving (application of knowledge and imagination to a given situation)
  3. The ability to produce an outcome of value and worth.

The psychologist Donald Winnicott suggests that creativity belongs to the feeling of ‘being alive’. In order to be creative, one need to feel emotionally safe enough to make new connections, new directions, and new insights. Students may be natural explorers, but they need to be in the right environment to be creative. Daring to do something different, or in a new way, is at the heart of creativity. This means that students need positive experiences of having personal space to be alone with themselves, while at the same time feeling connected to other people, especially those who are important to them emotionally.

The differences between creative learning and creativity

What is creative learning?
Creative teaching corroborate Creative learning which involves knowledge acquiring & sharing, investigating, discovering, inventing and cooperating – XCFTI
Creative learning involves innovation, control, relevance, and ownership, which are also characteristics of creative teaching (Jeffrey & Woods, 2003).
Creative learning is widely understood to be characterised by:

  • questioning and challenging
  • making connections and seeing relationships
  • envisaging what might be
  • exploring ideas and keeping options open
  • reflecting critically on ideas, actions, and outcomes.

How creativity can be inspired & nurtured?

As per National Advisory Committee of Creative and Cultural Education (NACCCE) Creative learning environment must facilitate

  • Thinking or behaving imaginatively
  • Purposeful imaginative activity; must direct to achieve an objective
  • The learning culture and processes must generate something original

The outcome must be of value in relation to the objectives.
XCFTI, in this context, is remarkable: because of its dedication in facilitating the state of the art infrastructure –    Editing Labs, Mixing & Mastering Sound designing labs, Film  shooting Cameras & Chroma Studios  equipped with update machines and software’s for practical’s and  live projects for its students.
Every month in-door and out-door cinematography practice, R&D Expert visits and interactive session with award winning veterans added values to creative learning environment.
Facilities like independent project handling.
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Shramik Bhawan, 4th Floor, Link Road, Cuttack – 753012, Odisha

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Yes, hotel management is a good career option for the future. The hospitality industry is one of the fastest-growing industries worldwide, with a projected growth rate of 5% per year over the next decade. This growth is driven by an increase in global tourism, business travel, and the rising demand for food and beverage services.

A career in hotel management can offer a variety of opportunities in different areas such as operations management, sales and marketing, human resources, food, and beverage management, and more. As a hotel manager, you can work in hotels, resorts, restaurants, casinos, cruise ships, and other hospitality-related businesses.

Additionally, the skills and knowledge gained through a degree or diploma in hotel management are transferable to other industries such as event management, tourism, and travel, making it a versatile career choice.

Overall, hotel management is a promising career option with excellent growth potential and diverse opportunities for career advancement.

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