The curriculum of the school is designed to focus on both theory and Practicals - 50% of the syllabi are given to theory, the other 50% is allotted to practical which focuses on hands-on experience. Papers are designed with a view to expose students to both academics as well as industry. Internship and field practices are integrated into the programs. XCOMM follows semester pattern and encourages students to engage in portfolio building.
XCOMM invites highly qualified Visiting Faculties from across the media industries to teach Directorial Practices, Aesthetics, Film & Television Studies, Television Production, Motion Picture Photography, Digital Video Editing, Digital Audio Production, Digital Still Photography, Human Rights, Anchoring & News Production, Online Journalism, Graphic Design, Editorial software and Production Elements of Film & Television.