ACCREDITATION

TAKSHAA offers a BTEC HNC (Higher National Certificate) in Animation accredited by EDEXCEL UK. Edexcel, a Pearson company, is the UK's largest awarding body offering academic and vocational qualifications and testing to schools, colleges, employers and other places of learning in the UK and internationally.
Edexcel qualifications are recognised by Universities across the world including those in UK, USA and Australia. For over 6000 global employers in 110 countries, including Emirates, Coca Cola and Diamler Chrysler, they are the programme of choice. Having been around for 25 years, their reputation is second to none, and they continue to grow and develop. In 2007, more than a million students enrolled on a BTEC course in the UK alone.
 The BTEC HNC equips students with Level 5 vocational qualifications, according to the UK educational standards.

  • Over 100, wide ranging professional bodies and Institutes give exemptions or membership to holders of HNC qualifications. This includes, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, the Hotel & Catering International Management Association, the Chartered Institute of bankers and the Chartered Institute of Building.
  • The vast majority of BTEC HNC programmes in the UK allow progression directly on to the 2nd year of Honours Degree programmes.

For more details visit Edexcel at http://www.edexcel.com

Takshaa is the first Independent center in the world for Edexcel authorized to offer BTEC HNC in Animation.

Student reel 2008

This edited compilation broadly represents student work from the year 2008. The work is from various semesters and meant to be indicative of the progress of students through the various modules and kind of work students can expect to do at Takshaa.

All the artwork on this website has been created by Takshaa students while studying in the institution. The images are copyright by the respective creator and Takshaa.

In order to contact the creator of any image please send an email to contact@takshaa.com

Reproducing the images in any media, in part or whole, without permission from the copyright owner, is prohibited.