- Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)
- Bachelor of Interior Architecture (B.Int.Arch)
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.Arch)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting (BFA-Painting)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Miniature Painting (BFA-Mini.Painting)
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture (BFA-Sculpture)
- Bachelor of Graphic Design (B.Des.Graphic)
- Bachelor of Industrial Product Design (B.Des.Industrial Product)
- Bachelor of Fashion Design (B.Des.Fashion)
- Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
- Master of Interior Architecture (M.Int.Arch.)
- Master of Visual Arts (M.V.A.)
- Master of Fashion Design (M.Des.Fashion)
Post Graduate Programs
- Post-Graduate Diploma of Architecture (PGD-Arch.)
- Post-Graduate Diploma of Interior Architecture (PGD-Int.Arch.)
- Post-Grad. Diploma of Landscape Architecture (PGD-L.Arch.)
- Post-Graduate Diploma of Fine Arts in Painting (PGD.FA-Painting)
- Post-Grad. Dip. of Fine Arts in Mini. Painting.(PGD.FA-Mini.Painting)
- Post-Grad. Diploma of Fine Arts in Sculpture (PGD.FA-Sculpture)
- Post-Graduate Diploma of Fashion Design (PGD.Des-Fashion)
- Post-Grad.Dip. of Industrial Product Design (PGD.Des-Indust.&Product)
- Post-Graduate Diploma of Graphic Design (PGD.Des-Graphic)
Rules & Regulations
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting (BFA-Painting)
School of Architecture Art & Design offers intense education in the aesthetics and theories of the visual arts. Students have the opportunity to encounter a variety of processes including lithography, the drawing techniques and media of watercolor, acrylic and oil painting. Communication skills are developed through periodical critiques. Historical, traditional and contemporary examples are presented and discussed to enhance the knowledge base of painting.
- To be able to recognize and interpret major works of art pertaining to the art history.
- To learn to articulate and critically respond to both familiar and unfamiliar works of art through critical dialogue.
- Demonstrate functional levels of drawing skills with varied media.
- Demonstrate working knowledge of the elements and principles of students’ chosen area of concentration
- Articulate and critically respond to both familiar and unfamiliar works of art through critical dialogue.
- To be able to understand the function of presentation and the exhibition process of personal works in public gallery or other cultural venue.
- Obtain knowledge and skills to maintain an independent artistic practice
- Develop confidence to undertake experimental technical/artistic approaches in developing set projects
- Develop understanding of topics in contemporary art criticism and aesthetic theory
- Understand and effectively use principles of design (balance, rhythm, unity) and visual elements (line, color, etc.) in artworks that also show development and creation of personal forms of expression and unique visual language.
- To Develop an understanding and skillful use of artistic mediums and techniques, and will also display an individualized use of the skills they have developed.
- To develop an understanding of the conceptual basis of their artwork, as well as its relevance and relationship to art historical precedents and contemporary practices.
- To Display professionalism in presentation and quality of both written and creative work, including use of supporting materials, bibliographies where applicable, and display critical thinking skills.
- 140 Credits, 8 semesters, Full-time.
F.Sc./FA/ I.com./ICS/DAE/B.Tech.(pass)/A-Level 3 courses with “C” grade or equivalent (12 year of Education) with 2nd division.