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Bachelor of Visual Arts

(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)


Programme Code: BVA

STATE UNIVERSITY OF PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS, ROHTAK


DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ARTS

Bachelor of Visual Arts


(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)

Programme Code: BVA

Duration – 4 Years Full Time

Programme Structure
And
Curriculum & Scheme of Examination

2018

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

ORDINANCE: BACHELOR OF VISUAL ARTS COURSE


Applicable from the session 2017-18

1. The Bachelor of Visual Arts course in the following specialization shall extend over a
minimum period of 4 academic years. Teaching for course will normally be during two
semester Odd semester and Even Semester. Odd Semester from July to December and Even
Semester from January to May. Each semester examination shall be designated as odd and
even semester Examination.
Provided that a candidate can complete the course within a maximum period of 6 consecutive
academic years from the date of registration. In case he fails to pass the course in 6 years he
will be deemed unfit for the course.

2. The Bachelor of Visual Arts include four specialization namely:

(a) Applied Art.


(a) Painting.
(b) Sculpture.
(c) Animation and Multimedia.

In the Detailed Marks Cards and Degrees, the name of course shall be written as Bachelor of
Visual Arts (Specialization) e.g. Bachelor of Visual Arts (Applied Arts). The first two
semesters are Integrated Foundation Programme and third semester is Departmental
foundation and forth semester onwards specialization begins such as Applied Art, Painting,
Sculpture and Animation and Multimedia.

3. A candidate may be admitted to the first year of the course only if he/she has passed
10+2 examination of Board of School Education, Haryana or its equivalent examination
from a recognized Board/University in any steam with least 50% (47.50% for SC/St of
Haryana only) marks in aggregate.

4. The examination will normally be held in December for odd semester and in May for the even
semester on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice – Chancellor/COE. The date(s) of
commencement of examinations as well as the last date for the receipt of examination forms
and fees as fixed by the Vice – Chancellor shall be notified by the Controller of Examinations.
In case of late declaration of result by the University, the examination forms can be submitted
without late fee within 10 days of declaration of result.

5. The course of study and the subjects/scheme of examination shall be the same as approved by
the Academic Council from time to time. The examination shall consist of:
(a) Theory Papers:

(I) The papers will be set by the internal/external paper setters.


(II) The evaluation will normally be done by the internal/external examiner in the ratio of
40:60 i.e. 40% by internal and 60% by external examiners.

(b) Sessional:

Sessional work of all the subjects will be evaluated by the teachers of the various subjects based
on the work done during the semester and in accordance with the guidelines/procedures
recommended by the Head of Department of Visual Arts. The marks obtained in the sessional
work shall be awarded by the teacher concerned and duly countersigned by the Head of

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Department and forwarded to the Controller of Examinations before the commencement of


examination of that semester.

6. A candidate shall be allowed to appear in the examination, if:-

(a) His/her name has been submitted to the Controller of Examinations by the Head of
Department,

(b) He/she has attended not less than 75% of the total classes held in that semester in
the subject offered by him/her for the examination. Provided that his/her subject
attendance in each individual subject is not less than 60%.

(c) Certified by the Head of the Department to have behaved in a manner befitting a
student of a professional course.

A candidate, whose result declaration for no fault of his/her is delayed, should


attend classes of the next year provisionally at his own risk and responsibility. His
attendance and/or sessional will however, be credited subject to his passing the concerned
semester examination.

EXAMINATION/JURY: at the End of each Semester: as per Scheme of


Examination.

7. If a candidate has, after attending the course of studies either not appeared or appeared in
any examination and failed in one or more subjects for that examination, he can appear for
such subject(s) at subsequent examination(s) without attending the classes of that
semester, along with other regular students of that semester.

8. The minimum marks required to pass the examination shall be:

(i) 35% in each theory paper.


(ii) 50% in practical’s.
(iii) 40% in aggregate
It is applicable for both Internal as well as External Assessment.
9. Grace marks, if any, will be given by the University only in theory papers and not in
sessional, portfolio, practical etc.

10. Classification of Division will be as under:

Less than 50% Marks Third Division


50% or more but less than 60% Marks Second Division
60% or more but less than 75% Marks First Division
75% or more marks First Division with Distinction

Provided that in the case of a candidate who has migrated from any other University, the
marks obtained by him in that University will be taken into account. These marks,
however, be increased/decreased proportionately so as to make them to the level of
maximum marks of this University.

11. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English/Hindi.

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12. The amount of examination fee to be paid by a candidate shall be as decided by the Vice –
Chancellor from time to time. A candidate who appears in one or more papers shall pay
the fee as decided by COE.

13. At the end of each examination, Controller of Examinations shall publish the result in the
manner prescribed in the rules.

14. A candidate, who has passed the final examination of this University and is desirous of
improving his/her marks, will be allowed to appear only twice as an ex-student in
examinations, as and when held. Such a candidate shall be required to intimate all the
paper(s) in which he/she wants to improve his/her marks.

15. Notwithstanding the integrated nature of this course, which is spread over more than one
academic year, the Ordinance in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good
only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year and nothing in this
Ordinance shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the Ordinance and the
amended Ordinance, if any, shall apply to all students whether old or new.

16. Studio Hours


The Class hours are from 9:00a.m. to 5:00pm. For Studio Practice disciplines like
Painting, Sculpture, Applied Arts and Animation & Multimedia and Theory Classes as per
the time table of the Department.

Credit and contact hours


Studio Course subjects (Roughly) 1 Credit = 15 contact hours.
Theory subjects (Roughly). 1 Credit = 8 contact hours.

Credit means the unit by which the course work is measured. it defines
the quantum of contents/syllabus prescribed for the course. It also
determines the number of hours of instructions required per week. In
these regulations, one credit means of one hour of direct teaching per
week for 15 weeks in a Semester. (APPLICABLE TO BOTH
COMPONENTS OF STUDIO PRACTICE AND THEORY).

Grade Letter is an index to indicate the performance of a student in a


particular course. It is arrived at by transformation of actual marks
secured by a student in a said course. Grade letters are as per the
guidelines of university.

Grade Point is the weight allotted to each grade letter depending on the
range of marks awarded in a course.

Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) is the value obtained by dividing


the sum of Grade points(GP) obtained by a student in the various courses
taken in a semester by the total number of credits taken by him/her in that
semester. SGPA determines the overall performance of a student at the end
of a semester.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the value obtained by dividing the sum of Weight in
all the courses taken by the student for the entire Program by the total number of weighted grade
points and shall be rounded off to two decimal places. Weight is a term that denotes the
comparative ratio between internal & external scores within each course. For example, for
assessment of all the courses combining the ratio between internal and External is 40: 60 = 1 : 1.5.
The weight will be calculated by multiplying internally scored grade point with 1 and externally

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scored grade point with 1.5. This will be applicable for calculating combined Grade Point (GP) in
each subject where there is an internal and external component. Similarly in Studio practice
courses (students majoring in Painting, Sculpture, Applied Arts etc.) where the weight is 70% for
studio work and 30% for Theory papers the ratio of credit weight will be calculated as 2.5: 1. This
is useful for calculating SGPA in each Semester and CGPA at the end of the program. Each credit
will mean approximately one contact hour per week. Contact hour of teaching includes lecture/
demonstration. Instruction/ Discussion/Project work/ assessment etc.

Calculation of Credit & Contact hour:


CREDIT (Equal to) WORKLOAD
1 Credit 15 X 1 =15 Contact Hours per semester
(1 X 15 weeks) (Approximately 1 contact Hour/week)
2 Credit 15 X 2 =30 Contact Hours per Semester
4 Credit 15 X 4 =60 Contact Hours per Semester
6 Credit 15 X 6 =90 Contact Hours per Semester
8 Credit 15 X 8 =120 Contact Hours per Semester

Range of Marks %Grade


Range of Marks % Grade
90 to 100 A+
80 to 89 A
70 to 79 B+
62 to 69 B
55 to 61 C+
46 to 54 C
40 to 45 D
Less than 40 F

Grade points
The grading point of academic performance will be as under:

Academic Performance Grades Grade points


Letter Grade
Outstanding A+ 10
Excellent A 9
Very Good B+ 8
Good B 7
Average C+ 6
Below Average C 5
Marginal D 4
Very poor F 0
Absent G
Audit pass G
Audit fail AF

Note:
1. Pass grade is grade D and higher grades.
2. Grades F is Fail grade

‘F’ Grade
The F grades denote poor performance, i.e failing a subject (or subject component). A student
has to repeat all those components of a subject(s) in which she/he obtains ‘F’ grades. Until a
passing grade is obtained, within the stipulated time of completion of that programme.

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‘G’ Grade
If a student, who is otherwise eligible for appearing in the semester examination as per the
ordinance, but cannot appear in the semester examination then s/he will be awarded ‘G’ grade.
The candidate will be allowed to take up the examination next time along with regular
students and he/she will be awarded the grade as per grade system explained above.
AP/AF Grade
These grades are awarded to qualifying/Non-Credit subject(s) (as per scheme supplied by the
concerned departments) the candidate will not be eligible for award for degree without
qualifying these courses.
Continuous Absence
If a student is continuously absent from the department for more than four weeks without
intimation to the Chairperson of Department, her/his name will be struck off from the roll of
the department. The re-admission shall not be allowed to the candidate during the same
academic session

Computation of SGPA and CGPA

The UGC recommends the following procedure to compute the Semester Grade Point Average
(SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):
i) The SGPA is the ratio of sum of the product of the number of credits with the grade points
scored by a student in all the courses taken by a student and the sum of the number of credits of all
the courses undergone by a student, i.e
SGPA (Si) = ∑(Ci x Gi) / ∑Ci
Where Ci is the number of credits of the ith course and Gi is the grade point scored by the student
in the ith course.
ii). The CGPA is also calculated in the same manner taking into account all the courses undergone
by a student over all the semesters of a programme, i.e.
CGPA = ∑(Ci x Si) / ∑ Ci
where Si is the SGPA of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits in that semester.
iii). The SGPA and CGPA shall be rounded off to 2 decimal points and reported in the transcripts.

Illustration of Computation of SGPA and CGPA and Format for Transcripts

Computation of SGPA and CGPA

Illustration for SGPA

Course Credit Grade letter Grade point Credit Point


(Credit x Grade)
Course 1 3 A 8 3X8=24
Course 2 4 B+ 7 4X7=28
Course 3 3 B 6 3X6=18
Course 4 3 O 10 3X10=30
Course 5 3 C 5 3X5=15
Course 6 4 B 6 4X6=24
20 139

Thus, SGPA =139/20 =6.95

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Illustration for CGPA

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4


Credit : 20 Credit : 22 Credit : 25 Credit : 26
SGPA:6.9 SGPA:7.8 SGPA: 5.6 SGPA:6.0
Semester 5 Semester 6
Credit : 26 Credit : 25
SGPA:6.3 SGPA: 8.0

Thus, CGPA = 20 x 6.9 + 22 x 7.8 + 25 x 5.6 + 26 x 6.0 + 26 x 6.3 + 25 x 8.0 = 6.73


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17. Promotion Policy

A candidate should be allowed promotion on the fulfilment of condition mentioned below:

A B
th st
5 Semester Passed 1 Semester
7th Semester Passed 2nd Semester

A candidate shall not be allowed to attend classes and appear in that semester examination(s)
mentioned in column(A) unless he/she has passed in the semester examination mentioned in
column(B) above.

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Programme Code: BVA

Scheme of Examination
Bachelor of Visual Arts BVA – Painting, Applied Arts, Animation & Multimedia and Sculpture.

SPECIALIZED FOUNDATION

3rd Semester (Specialized Foundation)

Course Total Time


Code Credit Nomenclature of Allowed
Paper No. the Paper Max. Marks (Exam)
Internal External
I( Theory) BVA/SF/301 02 History & (Exam)
Appreciation of Art 20 80 3 Hours
II BVA/SF/302 04 Drawing Portfolio
(Practical) 40 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
III BVA/SF/303 04 Design-2D & 3D 40 60
IV BVA/SF/304 04 Pictorial Painting 40 60 One or Two External
V BVA/SF/305 04 Print Making 40 60 Member (from outside
VI BVA/SF/306 04 Clay Modelling 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/SF/307 04 Geometry the University to act as
VII &Perspective 40 60 External)
BVA/SF/308 02 Two Internal
Lettering & Members(from the
VIII Typography 40 60 Department)
28 Total Marks 300 500 800

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Programme Code: BVA

PAINTING SPECIALIZATION

4th Semester (Painting)

Paper No. Course Code Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
(Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/403 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/404 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/405 05 Portrait 40 60
One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/406 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/407 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/PN/408/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/408/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/408/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

5th Semester (Painting)

Paper No. Course Code Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
(Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/503 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/504 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/505 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/506 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/507 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/PN/508/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/508/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/508/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/603 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/604 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/605 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/606 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/607 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/PN/608/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/608/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/608/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

7th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/703 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/704 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/705 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/706 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/707 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
Paper- BVA/PN/708/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
VIII BVA/PN/708/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/708/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/803 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/804 05 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Drawing 40 12 Hours
Paper-V BVA/PN/805 05 Portrait 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VI BVA/PN/806 05 Composition 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VII BVA/PN/807 05 Print Making 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/808/(A) 02 (A)Computer Portfolio Submission
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/808/(B) Graphics
Elective BVA/PN/808/(C) (B)Photography
(Any One) (C)Mural 100
28 Total Marks 320 480 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

APPLIED ART SPECIALIZATION

4th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/403 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/404 05 Drawing & 60
(Practical) Illustration- I 40 Portfolio
BVA/AA/405 05 Lettering & 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V Typography 40 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/AA/406 05 Graphic Design- I 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/AA/407 05 Print making 40 60 OR other department of
Paper- BVA/AA/408/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 the University to act as
VIII BVA/AA/408/(B) (B)Digital External)
Elective BVA/AA/408/(C) Painting Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

5th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/503 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/504 05 Drawing & 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Illustration- II 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/AA/505 05 Layout Design- I 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/AA/506 05 Graphic Design- II 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper- BVA/AA/507 05 60 OR other department of
VII Photography-I 40 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/AA/508/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
VIII BVA/AA/508/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/508/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/603 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/604 05 Drawing & 60
(Practical) Illustration- III 40
BVA/AA/605 05 Layout Design- 60 Portfolio
Paper-V II 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AA/606 05 Graphic Design- 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI III 40 Member (from outside
Paper- BVA/AA/607 05 60 OR other department of
VII Photography-II 40 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/AA/608/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
VIII BVA/AA/608/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/608/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

7th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/703 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/704 05 Product Campaign 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Design-I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AA/705 05 Social Campaign 60 One OR Two External
Paper-V Design-I 40 Member (from outside
Paper-VI BVA/AA/706 05 Pre- production- I 40 60 OR other department of
Paper-VII BVA/AA/707 05 Photography- III 40 60 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/AA/708/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
VIII BVA/AA/708/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/708/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/803 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/804 05 Product Campaign 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Design- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AA/805 05 Service Campaign 60 (Exam)
Paper-V Design-II 40 18 Hours
Paper-VI BVA/AA/806 05 Pre- production- II 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VII BVA/AA/807 05 Photography- IV 100
Paper- BVA/AA/808/(A) 02
VIII BVA/AA/808/(B) (A)Lithography
Elective BVA/AA/808/(C) (B)Digital Painting Portfolio
(Any One) (C)Mural 100 Submission
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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Programme Code: BVA

ANIMATION AND MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIZATION

4th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Course Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/403 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/404 05 60
(Practical) Story Board- I 40
BVA/AN/405 05 Character 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Design- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/406 05 Environment 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI Design- I 40 Member (from outside
BVA/AN/407 05 Graphic Design- 60 OR other department of
Paper-VII I 40 the University to act as
BVA/AN/408/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/408/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/408/(C)
Elective (B)Silk Screen Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

5th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclatur Max. Marks Time


Credit e of the Allowed
Paper No. Course Code paper (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 History of (Exam)
(Theory) Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/503 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/504 05 Character 60
(Practical) Design- II 40 Portfolio
BVA/AN/505 05 Environment 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V Design- II 40 One OR Two External
BVA/AN/506 05 Basic 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VI Modelling 40 OR other department of
Paper-VII BVA/AN/507 05 Drawing 40 60 the University to act as
BVA/AN/508/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/508/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/508/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Course Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/603 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/604 05 Advance 60
(Practical) Modelling 40
BVA/AN/605 05 Texturing & 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Rendering- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/606 05 Props & Weapon 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI Design- I 40 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/AN/607 05 Photography 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/AN/608/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/608/(B) Modelling External)
BVA/AN/608/(C) Two Internal Members
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

7th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/703 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/704 05 Rigging & 60
(Practical) Animation- I 40
BVA/AN/705 05 Digital 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Sculpting- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/706 05 Video Editing & 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI VFX- I 40 Member (from outside
BVA/AN/707 05 Texturing & 60 OR other department of
Paper-VII Rendering - II 40 the University to act as
BVA/AN/708/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/708/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/708/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)


Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time
Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/803 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/804 05 Rigging & 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Animation- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AN/805 05 Digital 60 (Exam)
Paper-V Sculpting- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AN/806 05 Video Editing & 60 (Exam)
Paper-VI VFX- II 40 18 Hours
Paper-VII BVA/AN/807 05 Show Real 100
BVA/AN/808/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/808/(B) Modelling
BVA/AN/808/(C) Portfolio
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 100 Submission
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

SCULPTURE SPECIALIZATION

4th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/403 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/404 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/405 05 Life Study 40 60
One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/406 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/SC/407 05 Ceramics 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/SC/408/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/SC/408/(B) Graphics External)
BVA/SC/408/(C)
Elective (B)Etching Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

5th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/503 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/504 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/505 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/506 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/SC/507 05 Ceramics 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/SC/508/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/SC/508/(B) Graphics External)
BVA/SC/508/(C) Two Internal Members
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/603 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/604 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/605 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/606 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/SC/607 05 Ceramics 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/SC/608/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/SC/608/(B) Graphics External)
BVA/SC/608/(C) Two Internal Members
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

7th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/703 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/704 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/705 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/706 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/SC/707 05 Animation 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/SC/708/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/SC/708/(B) Graphics External)
BVA/SC/708/(C) Two Internal Members
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of the Max. Marks Time


Course Credit paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/803 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/804 05 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Drawing 40 18 Hours
Paper-V BVA/SC/805 05 Life Study 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VI BVA/SC/806 05 Composition 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VII BVA/SC/807 05 Animation 100
Paper-VIII BVA/SC/808/(A) 02 (A)Computer Graphics
Elective BVA/SC/808/(B) (B)Etching
BVA/SC/808/(C) Portfolio Submission
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 100
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

3rd Semester (Specialized Foundation)

Course Total Time


Code Credit Nomenclature of Allowed
Paper No. the Paper Max. Marks (Exam)
Internal External
I( Theory) BVA/SF/301 02 History & (Exam)
Appreciation of Art 20 80 3 Hours
II BVA/SF/302 04 Drawing Portfolio
(Practical) 40 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
III BVA/SF/303 04 Design-2D & 3D 40 60 One OR Two External
IV BVA/SF/304 04 Pictorial Painting 40 60 Member (from outside
V BVA/SF/305 04 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
VI BVA/SF/306 04 Clay Modelling 40 60 the University to act as
BVA/SF/307 04 Geometry & External)
VII Perspective 40 60 Two Internal Members
BVA/SF/308 02 Lettering & (from the Department)
VIII Typography 40 60
28 Total Marks 300 500 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY & APPRECIATION OF ART

Course Code: BVA/SF/301 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from the
earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners can
understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an awareness
of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.

Course Contents:

Module I
Mauryan Period, Sunga Period
Kushan Period, Gandhara Period

Module II
Ceylon, Cambodia

Module III
Early Christian Period

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
Western
 History of Art by Janson
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener
References:
 The Art and Architecture of Indian by Benjamin Rowland.
 The Story of Indian Art by S. K. Bhattacharya.
 5000 Years of Indian Art by Shivaramaurti
 A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Aesthetics by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Art of Mankind by Van Loon
 Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon
 Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.
 Introduction of Chinese Art by Lawrence Binyon
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by Bejamin Rowland.
 Concise History of Art Vols. 1&2 by GermainBazin
 Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Berenson
 Art Now by Herbert Read
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read.
 History of Modern Art by H. H. Arnason.
 History of Painting by Janson.
 History of Western Painting by Eric Newton.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SF/302 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
Drawing is the basic element of learning art. Drawing exercises are to acquire accurate sense of
observation and skills to present representational art.

Course Contents:

Module I
Drawing still life or object drawing to explore basic drawing tool ‘Pencil’. Suggestion of solidity
by line work as well as light and shade, realization for rhythmic relationship between line, mass,
volume and texture, emphasis on various of visual experiences.
a) Learning basic elements of drawing.
b) Still life or object drawing.

Module II
Pencil work representing still life with familiar objects .like fruits, foliage and flowers.
Emphasis on creating characteristics and volume (light and shade).
a) Basic knowledge of drawing with pencil.
b) Still life with from arranged objects like fruits, drapery etc.

Module III
a) Drawing human figures to study proportion. Centre of gravity, inclination of main mass based
on anatomical structure.
b) a) Sketches / drawing

Module IV
a) Drawing from nature - Outdoor study

Text & References:

Text:
 Anatomy & Drawing, Victor Perard, Pitman Publishing, New York, 1955

References:
 Figure Drawing, Victor Perard, Grosset and Dunlop, New York, 1956.
 Drawing Hands, Carl Sheek, Grosset and Dunlop, New York, 195
 The Art of Drawing Heads and Hands, Walter Brooks, M. Grumbacher, New York, 1966.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DESIGN 2D & 3D

Course Code: BVA/SF/303 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
Learning Design is to understand the basic visual language and various methods of form
synthesis. It is to develop intellectual and imaginative abilities in creative thinking. It is to provide
technical know-how about the principles of design, distribution of space, proportion, behaviour of
force and energy contained in lines, form and colour. Organized design exercises in different
media offer a wide range of opportunity to develop systematic and intuitive approaches to creative
work.

Course Contents:

Module I
Transformation of simple shapes into well balanced design. Understanding the subjective and
objective value of applied art. Visualize complex forms into simple, primitive and basic forms.

Module II
Repetition of a well composed square block, with simple shapes or image into different scale to
create rational or systematic design. Concept of positive and negative areas.

Module III
Creating conceptual design emphasizing the importance of lines and forms. Project on
experimental design in creative forms.

Text & References:

Text:
 A history of Graphic Design, Philip B. Meggs, Viking, London, 1986.
 The Designer’s Handbook, Stan Smith & H. F. ten Holts.

References:
 The Creative Connection, Winteb/Milton
 Innovation, Industrial Designers Society of America

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PICTORIAL PAINTING

Course Code: BVA/SF/304 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
The objective of this course is to acquire experience in basic knowledge to explore painting
techniques. Structured exercises on painting include basic colour theory and pictorial
composition, which enables students to be confident in the use and manipulation of colour. It also
provides a clear idea of different painting techniques. Like water colour and opaque colour.
Learning colour techniques of transparent and opaque representing still life and social themes.

Course Contents:

Module I
Understanding the colour and its possibilities. Practical approach to know primary, secondary and
other colours to develop a clear perception about painting work. Painting from objects and nature;
study of colours, forms, perspective, tone and texture. Experimenting with vibrant, fluorescent
colours and passionate sophistication of opaque and transparent colors. Draw and paint with
transparent or opaque colour on a theme (from memory)

Module II
Handling the tools, application and control of a wide range of media.Understanding the detail
complex possibilities exploiting different types of colours. Project works on monochromatic
experimentations.
Still life with monochromatic.
No. of works to be done
 Colour knowledge
 Memory drawing painting.
 Monochrome still life
Module III
 Still life with multicolour in transparent water colour technique.
Module IV
 Developing opaque colour treatment on figurative composition based on social themes.

Text & References:

Text:
 The complete painting course, Wendon Blake, Bonanza Books, New York, 1984

References:
 Drawing and Painting the natural environment, BarelaySheaks, Warcester, Massachusetts,
1974
 Collage by Elizbeth
 Mosaics by AngeliceGarnentt

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINT MAKING

Course Code: BVA/SF/305 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
This hands-on course is to introduce basic techniques in surface printing in one and more colors.
It is to learn and experience simple methods of making printing lino cut technique.To introduce
more techniques of surface printing in one and more colours, creating blocks with cardboard,
plywood or linoleum.experimental printing with other materials.

Course Contents:

Module I
Learning basic studio techniques in print making, surface printing relief media and use of printing
equipments and tools.Understanding the concept of design construction and composition in black
and white. Simple method of making relief blocks for linoprint based on final design layout.

Module II
Handling the process of ink application on prepared block; experimenting with different colour-
combination and paper surface. Wood cut printing in black and white.

Module III
Experimenting and exploring various texture of different surface using materials like wire, wire
mesh, coarse cloth, cork, cardboard and ply wood on print surface. Taking monoprints.

Module IV
Experimenting with different color-combination and paper surface.

Text & References:

Text:
 Prints: Art and Techniques,Lambert, Susan,V & A Pub, London, 2001.

References:
 The Woodcut Artist's Handbook, George A. Walker
 The Best of Printmaking: An International Collection,Lynne Allen,Rockport Publishers
sept.97
 Printmaking: A Contemporary Perspective,Paul Coldwell,Black Dog Publishing,28 th march
10

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

CLAY MODELING

Course Code: BVA/SF/306 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
Clay Modeling to develop visual awareness in three dimensions, through manipulative skills in
clay and plaster etc.

Course Contents:

Module I
Simple relief composition in clay, technique of terracotta and direct modeling in plaster.

Module II
Studies to understand three dimensional forms, texture and colour of the material, principle of
weight, volume, space and contour.

Module III
Finishing of the final sculpture or relief and installation.

Text & References:

Text:
 Modelling a likeness in clay, Daisy Grubbs

References:
 The Sculptors Handbook, Stain Smity& H. F. Ten Holt
 Complete Guide to Sculpture, Barry Midgley
 Sculptor’s Manual, Bainbridge Copnall

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

GEOMETRY AND PERSPECTIVE

Course Code: BVA/SF/307 Credit Units: 04

Course Objective:
Introduction to orthographic projections in simple positions, drawing of plan, elevation and
section of simple objects to scale, full size, reduced or enlarged. This is to provide adequate
knowledge on visual illusion depending upon the distance and point of view. It makes the learners
well-equipped in measurement and scaling system related to visual art.

Course Contents:

Module I
Projections of solids in simple positions.Drawing of plan, elevation and section of simple
objects.Enlargement and reduction of drawings in different scales.

Module II
Isometric projection of simple objects like cube, prism, pyramids, cone etc.

Module III
Introduction of perspective - Parallel and angular perspective.Terminology like picture plane,
station point, vanishing point.Perspective of simple geometrical objects and their combination.

Text & References:

Text:
 Geometrical Drawings, C. L. Martin, Macmillan Co, London, 1968.

References:
 Artists Technique, Dr. Kurt Herbert

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

LETTERING & TYPOGRAPHY

Course Code: BVA/SF/308 Credit Units: 04

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:

 Develop an understanding of the terminology of Typography and its historical origins.


 Develop a basic proficiency in identifying and classifying type through its main features.
 To express and apply typographical styles through various media and mediums.
Course Content:
a) Introduction to Typography.
b) Study of Type anatomy; Construction of a San-serif, Serif and Devnagari, Parts of the
Letters, etc.
c) Typefaces and type variations, Readability, Legibility
d) Study of basic type forms, terminology, and Specification.
e) Expressive Power of typography.

Text & References:

 Color Harmony for the web. Cailin Boyle, Rock Port, 2001

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

4th Semester (Painting)

Paper No. Course Code Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
(Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/403 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/404 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/405 05 Portrait 40 60
One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/406 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/407 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/PN/408/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/408/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/408/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY OF ART
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/HA/401 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from the
earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners can
understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an awareness
of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.

Course Contents:
Module I
Gupta Period: Mathura, Sarnath, Deogarh, Udaygiri and other centres in Western, Central and
Eastern India.
Module II
Java Art
Module III
Byzantine period
Romanesque period: Architecture - c. 1050 - 1200- Western Europe with regional variation,
increase in structural solidity;
Text & References:
Text:
 Indian Art
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy

Western:
 Art of Mankind by Van Loon
 Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon
 History of Art by Janson

References:
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener
 Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 The Art and Architecture of Indian by Benjamin Rowland.
 The Story of Indian Art by S. K. Bhattacharya.
 5000 Years of Indian Art by Shivaramaurti
 A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory
 Introduction of Chinese Art by Lawrence Binyon
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by Bejamin Rowland.
 Concise History of Art Vols. 1&2 by GermainBazin
 Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Brensen

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

AESTHETICS
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/AS/402 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
This course is essential for all the students acquiring fine arts skill to improve their sense of
beauty. An artist must have a clear concept regarding theory of beauty to execute their idea in
proper way.

Course Contents:

Module I
The importance of Aesthetics for a fine artist.
Introduction to Indian Aesthetics and its brief historical background.
Concept of beauty based ancient scriptures and their relevance of art.

Module II
Elements of art- Five Schools of Indian Aesthetics.
Inter-relationship of Visual and performing art.

Module III
Development of theories of Rasa, Dhvani, Bhava, Alankar, Auchitya, Riti, Guna-Dosh, Vyanjana
etc.

Module IV
Detail study on the applications of Rasa theories in Indian Art. Related study on Western art.

Text & References:

Text:
 Introductory Reading in Aesthetics by John Hospers

References:
 Aesthetic by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Philosophy of Beauty by E. F. Carritt
 Art Now by Herbert Read

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PAINTING METHODS AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/PN/403 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The Course is planned for detailed training on methods and materials to work with through the
edges. It is to provide technical knowledge of various mediums, techniques and tools used for
different kinds of art work practically.

Course Contents:

Module I
Importance of method & materials.
Permanence and deterioration of paint.

Module II
Nature and characteristic of drawing and painting media such as Pencil and colored pencils, soft pastels, oil
pastels,chalk and conte crayon, charcoal, pen and ink, brush and ink.

Module III
Classification of colors
Pigments – pigment characteristic, Inorganic pigment, Natural organic pigments.
Glue, Starch and Gums.

Text & References:

 Method and Materials by Lynton Lamb.


 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen

References:
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/PN/404 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of Drawing Exercise is to learn to approach art in most direct way. It is an
introduction to various aspects and techniques of drawing exploring variety of drawing tools and
mediums such as pencil, charcoal, crayons, ink and color. This exercise provides accuracy in
observation and great opportunity to study and experiment expressive force and spontaneity of
line work. Drawing is the most significant basic skill of visual representation of real world.

Course Contents:

Module I: Still Life


Drawing exercises from selected arranged objects and drapery to learn and study using various
drawing tools based on eye level, relative proportion, perspective, structure, form, volume,
texture, source of light and its effect, balance and also tonal values.

Module II: Landscape/ Nature Study (outdoor)


Observation, finding the right view to study, addition and elimination, simplification, eye level
and perspective, balance and rhythmic presentation with an unique aesthetic value.

Module III: Sketching


Quick sketches in limited time from life and nature - Outdoor and indoor.

Introducing various drawing mediums such as charcoal, various grades of pencils, coloured
pencils in all the modules.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of Arts.

References:
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PORTRAIT

Course Code: BVA/PN/405 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of Drawing Exercise is to learn to approach art in most direct way. It is an
introduction to various aspects and techniques of drawing exploring variety of drawing tools and
mediums such as pencil, charcoal, crayons, ink and color. This exercise provides accuracy in
observation and great opportunity to study and experiment expressive force and spontaneity of
line work. Drawing is the most significant basic skill of visual representation of real world.

Course Contents:

Module I: Portraiture
Portraiture drawing study of human heads, construction of the skull, anatomy, proportion, planes,
masses and specific feature; light and shade from different angles and finishing.

Module II: Life Drawing-Full Figure: Drawing study from full human figure based on human
anatomy, proportion, planes and masses, building blocks, posture and rhythm, unity of body parts,
inter-related force of lines, foreshortening and finishing.

The medium to be explored during these modules are charcoal, various grades of pencils and
coloured pencils etc.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of Arts.

References:
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/PN/405 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
Composition exercise is the most important to learn and study theory of composition, individual
approach to the possibilities. Experimenting innovative arrangement of the thing around to create
unique visual presentation improves artistic sense and concept of beauty.

Course Contents:

Module I
Composition, arrangement of objects, figures and architectures from surrounding.

Module II
Creative composition exercise from imagination emphasizing on individual creative sense,
transformation of simple shapes into well-balanced unique visual presentation.

Dry pastels and oil pastels to be explored during the modules on paper and other
supports/surfaces.

Text & References:

Text:
 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick

References:
 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINT MAKING

Course Code: BVA/PN/407 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
This course in designed for learning basic techniques in print making, surface printing relief
media and use of printing equipment’s and tools. This course provides training on technical
method of making relief blocks with linoleum, cardboard, plywood and also making blocks using
various metal sheets.

Course Contents:

Module I
Relief Print process
• Detailed explanation about relief print process and block making.
• Dialogue and discussion about thought process for making composition for print, with
visual elements and the elements of design, their characteristics and behaviour. Aesthetic
organization of visual elements in an art object.Representation of space and volume in print, two
dimensional and three dimensions types.

Woodcut/Linocut
• Introduction of materials & tools and its use for making design for relief print. Making
relief print from wood or linoleum blocks. Designing wood prints with more than two colours.
Use of overlapping of colours.Possibilities of the textural values of various types of wood.

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

5th Semester (Painting)

Paper No. Course Code Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
(Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/503 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/504 05 60
Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40
Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/505 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/PN/506 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/PN/507 05 Print Making 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/PN/508/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/PN/508/(B) Graphics External)
Elective BVA/PN/508/(C) (B)Photography Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY OF ART
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/HA/501 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from the
earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners can
understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an awareness
of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.
Course Contents:
Module I
Pallava Period, Chola Period, Chalukya Period
Rastrakuta Period, Chandela Period
Module II
Gothic Period: The age of Cathedrals- Political background Spread of the architectural style-
through France to other parts of Europe; Early Gothic, High Gothic- Functional study of
prominent architectural elements through cross sectional plans, understanding weight bearing
mechanism and notion of verticalism.
Sculptures and Paintings- Figures placed in architectural framework; symmetry and clarity , in
tympanum spaces, pillars; Classic High Gothic
Text & References:
Text:
Indian Art
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy

Western
 Art of Mankind by Van Loon
 Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon
 History of Art by Janson

References:
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener
 Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 The Art and Architecture of Indian by Benjamin Rowland.
 The Story of Indian Art by S. K. Bhattacharya.
 5000 Years of Indian Art by Shivaramaurti
 A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory
 Introduction of Chinese Art by Lawrence Binyon
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by Bejamin Rowland.
 Concise History of Art Vols. 1&2 by GermainBazin
 Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Berenson
 Art Now by Herbert Read
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read.
 History of Modern Art by H. H. Arnason.
 History of Painting by Janson.
 History of Western Painting by Eric Newton.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

AESTHETICS
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/AS/502 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
This course is essential for all the students acquiring fine arts skill to improve their sense of
beauty. An artist must have a clear concept regarding theory of beauty to execute their idea in
proper way.

Course Contents:

Module I
Brief introduction to the basic principles of Indian philosophy as related to the arts- Evolution of
the Aesthetic Concepts-Natayashastra of Bahrat Muni.
Module II
Detail studies related to Rasa- Nishpathi

Module III
Fundamentals of Indian art based on Hindu Silpa Texts.

Text & References:

Text:
 Introductory Reading in Aesthetics by John Hospers

References:
 Aesthetic by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Philosophy of Beauty by E. F. Carritt
 Art Now by Herbert Read

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PAINTING METHODS AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/PN/503 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The Course is planned to provide technical knowledge of various mediums, techniques and tools
used for different kinds of artwork practically.

Course Contents:

Module I
Support and Grounds- Rigid support, Flexible supports and Ground.

Module II
Water colors, Gouache

Module III
Preparation of canvas- stretching and priming
Oil painting- painting equipments and various technique of oil painting.
Acrylic painting- materials, support and ground for acrylic painting.

Text & References:

Text:
 The painter’s handbook by Stan Smith & Prof. H. F. Tenhalt
 Materials and methods of painting by Lynton Lamb

References:
 Artists Techniques by Dr.Kohei Aida
 A manual of painting Materials and techniques by Mark DaidGaottsegen
 Notes on the techniques of painting by HilaireHiler

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/PN/504 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of Drawing Exercise is to practice the basic technique in direct way
emphasizing on various aspects and techniques of drawing in advanced concept, exploring
and experimenting variety of drawing tools and mediums in traditional way as well as
innovative way. This exercise provides accuracy in observation and great opportunity to face
the challenge and experiment possibilities in line work.

Course Contents:

Module I: Still Life


Study of selected assorted objects in advanced drawing techniques using various drawing
tools based on eye level, relative proportion, perspective, structure, form, volume, texture,
source of light and its effect, balance and also tonal values in analytical process.

Module II: Landscape/ Nature Study (outdoor)


Advanced training in landscape drawing depending upon artist’s observation, concept of
addition and elimination, simplification. Study from nature as a controlled design, difference
of handling near and distant objects.

Module III: Sketching


Quick sketches in limited time from life and nature exploring innovative possibilities
emphasizing on advanced techniques - Outdoor and indoor.

Introducing various drawing mediums such as charcoal, dry pastels, various grades of
pencils.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of
Arts.

References:
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco Asensio Cerver.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PORTRAIT

Course Code: BVA/PN/505 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
Painting is a visual experience with various medium and techniques .learning the
fundamental methods of painting will lead to an individual style of painting .developing skill
and experimenting different media of painting working in water colour, acrylic and oil colour
technique.

Course Contents:

Module I: Portrait Painting


Portraiture: Advanced study of human head using colors. The knowledge of advanced
techniques of color application in water colors and opaque colors.

Module II: Life Drawing-Full Figure: Drawing study from full human figure based on
human anatomy, proportion, planes and masses, building blocks, posture and rhythm, unity of
body parts, inter-related force of lines, foreshortening and finishing.

The medium to be explored during these modules are charcoal, various grades of pencils and
coloured pencils etc.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Notes on the techniques of Painting by HilaireHiler
 Method and Materials by Lynton Lamb.
 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/PN/506 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
Composition exercise is the most important to learn and study theory of composition,
individual approach to the possibilities. Experimenting innovative arrangement of the thing
around to create unique visual presentation improves artistic sense and concept of beauty.

Course Contents:

Module I
Composition Exercises working on still life, life and nature study – outdoor and indoor. The
2-D and 3-D objects, pictorial space, forms sub division and grouping. Use of colour and
textural values. Mix media on paper.

Module II
Creative composition exercise based on individual layouts using various painting mediums
giving more stress on oil on canvas.

Text & References:

 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read


 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver.
 Notes on the techniques of Painting by HilaireHiler
 Method and Materials by Lynton Lamb.
 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINT MAKING

Course Code: BVA/PN/507 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
This course in designed for learning basic techniques in print making, surface printing relief
media and use of printing equipments and tools. This course provides training on technical
method of making relief blocks with linoleum, cardboard, plywood and also making blocks
using various metal sheets.

Course Contents:

Module I
Serigraphy /Screen Printing
• Detailed explanation about screen printing process,
• Dialogue and discussion about thought process for making composition for print, with
Characteristics of space-volume, dimensions, geometric space in print.
• Introduction of material, tools & chemicals, to using different methods for screen
printing.
• Using paper stencil as resist and make prints. Work on screen with touché, use glue
as stencil and print. Experiment in screen printing, use of combination of stencils, use of
various inks and produce an edition.

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/603 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/604 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/605 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two
Paper-VI BVA/PN/606 05 Composition 40 60 External Member
Paper- BVA/PN/607 05 60 (from outside OR other
VII Print Making 40 department of the
BVA/PN/608/(A) 02 60 University to act as
Paper- (A)Computer External)
BVA/PN/608/(B)
VIII Graphics Two Internal
BVA/PN/608/(C) (B)Photography Members (from the
Elective
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY OF ART
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/HA/601 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
To acquaint the students with cultures from the past to the present. The course is designed on
the conviction that the learners can understand its relation to his own time bringing
awareness about his artistic predecessors

Course Contents:

Module I: Indian Art History


Orissa
Hoysala
Rajput Miniature
Mughal Miniature

Module II: Western Art History


Renaissance [Proto, Early, High] Painters and Sculptors

Text & References:

Indian
 Fundamentals of Indian Art by S N Dasgupta
 History of Indian art by AK Coomaraswamy

Western
 History of Art by Janson
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

AESTHETICS
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/AS/602 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The objective is to teach about fundamentals of Indian art based on Hindu silpa texts such as
Vishnudharmotara-puran, Samaranaa, Sutracharana, Sukranitisara and Silparatham.

Course Contents:

Module I
Sadanga-the six limbs of Indian Art- relevance to Vishnudharmottara Purana.

Module II
Inter-relationship amongst the arts.
Theories related to the origin and creation of Art, namely, Communications, expression, and
release of emotion.

Text & References:

Text:
 Aesthetic Meaning according to Abhinava Gupta

References:
 Aesthetic by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Philosophy of Beauty by E. F. Carritt
 Art Now by Herbert Read

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHODS AND MATERIALS (PAINTING)

Course Code: BVA/PN/603 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
The Course is planned to provide technical knowledge of various mediums, techniques and
tools used for different kinds of art work practically.

Course Contents:

Module I
Intaglio printing- Etching, Mezzotint and dry print.
Collograph printing process.

Module II
Lithography printing- the process of lithography print.
Mono print technique

Module III
Egg tempera
Relief printing- wood cut and lino-block printing.

Text & References:

Text:
 The painter’s handbook by Stan Smith & Prof. H. F. Tenhalt
 Materials and methods of painting by Lynton Lamb

References:
 Artists Techniques by Dr.Kohei Aida
 A manual of painting Materials and techniques by Mark DaidGaottsegen
 Notes on the techniques of painting by HilaireHiler

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/PN/604 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
This course will be found on learning pen & ink drawing technique depicting various objects
and nature. It is to devlop skill in handling black and white distribution, tonal various and
texture which will lead to expertise in visualization.

Course Contents:

Module I: Still Life in pen & ink/coloured inks


Study of selected assorted objects in advanced drawing techniques using various drawing
tools based on eye level, relative proportion, perspective, structure, form, volume, texture,
source of light and its effect, balance and also tonal values in analytical process.

Module II: Landscape/ Nature Study (outdoor) in pen & ink/coloured inks
Advanced training in landscape drawing depending upon artist’s observation, concept of
addition and elimination, simplification. Study from nature as a controlled design, difference
of handling near and distant objects.

Module III: exploration of creative drawing ideas on individualistic style and technique,
various mediums to explore, like charcoal, pen and ink, dry pastels etc.
Sketching to be continued with more emphasis on individualistic style in various mediums
mentioned above.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of
Arts.

References:
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PORTRAIT

Course Code: BVA/PN/605 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
This is an intensive and advanced training in painting using variety of painting mediums and
tools. Mastery of technical aspects of painting provides advanced knowledge for the learners.
It is an exposure to different schools, traditions, techniques and media of painting practiced
through the ages in details.

Course Contents:

Module I: Portrait Painting


Portraiture: Advanced study of human head using oil on canvas in monochrome.

Module II: Life Drawing-Full Figure: Drawing study from full human figure based on
human anatomy, proportion, planes and masses, building blocks, posture and rhythm, unity of
body parts, inter-related force of lines, foreshortening and finishing. Oil on canvas in
monochrome.

Basic sketches to be done in charcoal during the module.

Text & References:

Text:
 Notes on the techniques of Painting by HilaireHiler
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall

References:
 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver by Mark David
Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/PN/606 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of composition exercise is to study theory of composition, individual approach
to the possibilities. Exploration of creative composition of the real world and imaginary
world in unique visual presentation, to improve concept of creative sense.

Course Contents:

Module I
Composition Exercises based on the surrounding elements – outdoor and indoor. The 2-D and
3-D objects, pictorial space, forms sub division and grouping. Use of colour and textural
values. Mix media on paper and other innovative combinations.

Module II
Creative composition exercise based on individual layouts using various painting mediums
giving more stress on oil on canvas and on acrylic.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINTMAKING

Course Code: BVA/PN/607 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from
the earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners
can understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an
awareness of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.

Course Contents:

Module I
Intaglio Process
Detailed explanation about intaglio printing process.
Dialogue and discussion about thought process for making composition for print, with
Characteristics of space-volume, dimensions, geometric space, perceptual space, in print.
Introduction of material, tools, chemicals, machines for using intaglio printing process

Line Etching
Preparing suitable designs for etching, learn preliminary technique, to making plate for
use of hard & soft ground and make prints. , use of line etching with creating tint, tone
shade and producing an edition

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

7th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/703 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/704 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/PN/705 05 Portrait 40 60 One OR Two
Paper-VI BVA/PN/706 05 Composition 40 60 External Member
Paper- BVA/PN/707 05 60 (from outside OR other
VII Print Making 40 department of the
BVA/PN/708/(A) 02 60 University to act as
Paper- (A)Computer External)
BVA/PN/708/(B)
VIII Graphics Two Internal
BVA/PN/708/(C) (B)Photography Members (from the
Elective
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY OF ART
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)
Course Code: BVA/HA/701 Credit Units: 02
Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from
the earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners
can understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an
awareness of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.
Course Contents:
Module I: Indian Art
Company School Paintings: a. General overview of the political scenario and the decline in
royal patronage and emergence of new patrons - East India Company Bengal 1757 and
others; emergence of new centres of art b. Documentation purpose topographical,
architectural, archaeological and natural history drawings.
Kalighat Paintings : a. Patuas (traditional scroll painters) b. Secular themes over traditional
religious ones accompanied by songs c. Availability of cheap local paper
Raja Ravi Verma: a. Academic realist style (Victorian Salon style) and a new body of
Indian imagery b. Portraits of Indian aristocracy and British officials c. First Indian artist to
break the monopoly of the British artists as portrait travelling artist d. Influence of theatre -
Impressed by the realistic rendering of the persons, background, lights, objects,
etc. ; e. Women from their social milieu regional, national and feminine ideals; ancient Indian
epics and literary classics f. Theatrical realism g. Oleographs,
Amrita Shergil
Module II: Western Art
Mannerism (El Greco, Tintoretto)
Baroque (Rembrandt, Vermeer, Rubens)
Module III
Rococo (Reynolds, Hogarth), Classicism (David, Ingres)
Text & References:
Text:
Indian
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
Western
 History of Art by Janson
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener
References:
 The Art and Architecture of Indian by Benjamin Rowland.
 The Story of Indian Art by S. K. Bhattacharya.
 5000 Years of Indian Art by Shivaramaurti
 A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Aesthetics by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Art of Mankind by Van Loon
 Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon
 Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.
 Introduction of Chinese Art by Lawrence Binyon
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by Bejamin Rowland.
 Concise History of Art Vols. 1&2 by GermainBazin
 Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Berenson
 Art Now by Herbert Read
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read.
 History of Modern Art by H. H. Arnason.
 History of Painting by Janson.
 History of Western Painting by Eric Newton.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

AESTHETICS
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/AS/702 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
Students will be acquainted with the theory relating to the origin of art.

Course Contents:

Module I
Nature of Beauty
Plato, Aristotle, Longinus, Descartes etc.

Module II
Imitation play and Intuition
Role of the Sub-conscious in artistic creation

Module III
Theories relating to works of art.
Organic Structure
Content and Form
Expressiveness.

Text & References:

Text:
 Introductory Reading in Aesthetics by John Hospers

References:
 Aesthetic by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Philosophy of Beauty by E. F. Carritt
 Art Now by Herbert Read

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHODS AND MATERIALS (PAINTING)

Course Code: BVA/PN/703 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
This course is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of methods and technical aspects of
drawing and painting work. It helps the students to handle the materials and tools in
scientific way.

Course Contents:

Module II
Fresco-buon
Dry wall Mural techniques
Mosaic-material and technique.

Module III
Jaipur method of mural painting

Module III
Silk screen printing process.
The process of Encaustic painting.

Text & References:

Text:
 The painter’s handbook by Stan Smith & Prof. H. F. Tenhalt
 Materials and methods of painting by Lynton Lamb

References:
 Artists Techniques by Dr.Kohei Aida
 A manual of painting Materials and techniques By Mark DaidGaottsegen

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/PN/704 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
Advanced drawing exercise is an exposure to various creative aspects and contemporary
techniques of drawing exploring all available drawing tools and mediums such as pencil,
charcoal, crayons, ink, colour and brush. This exercise provides accuracy in observation and
wide opportunity to study and experiment variety of significant possibilities of line work.

Course Contents:

Module I: Nature Study/outdoor


Nature study/outdoor with charcoal and other drawing based mediums, understanding light,
shadows and other textural details in nature and its intricacies and other innovative drawing
mediums, mix mediums etc. emphasizing individualistic style and originality.

Module IV: creative and individual composition using pen and ink and other innovative
drawing mediums, mix mediums etc. emphasizing individualistic style and originality.
Developing own subject and content of the work through discussion.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of
Arts.

References:
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco Asensiocerver

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PORTRAIT

Course Code: BVA/PN/705 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
Painting is an activity which requires a long time involvement to achieve excellence. This
stage to explore ones own idias and style. Studing various schools of art, traditional to
modern and contemporary. This stage is to focus in one particular style of his or her own
after learnig various techniches of paintings. The students would produce/create a number of
works of art, paintings and drawings in a fashion of specializing in the subject. It is to
specialize in thinking and imagination which create good art.

Course Contents:

Module I: Portrait Painting


Portraiture: Advanced study of human head using oil on canvas in full color palette.

Module II: Full Figure


Advanced drawing study of human head and full body (male & female) exploring complex
detailing and finishing from different viewpoints and angles using suitable drapery
background and surrounding. Oil on canvas in full color palette.

Introduction to palette knife painting and its use.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Notes on the techniques of Painting by HilaireHiler
 Method and Materials by Lynton Lamb.
 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/PN/706 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
Advanced exercise on composition work provides thorough knowledge on theory of
composition, individual approach to the possibilities and experimental innovative aspects to
create unique visual presentation enriched with artistic and aesthetic value.working with
figurative and non figurative arrangement of objects.

Course Contents:

Module I
Composition Exercises working on objects from real life and nature. Creative transformation
of real world according to the possibilities (2-D & 3-D), use of colour and textural values,
form and individual expression. Mix media a series of works to be developed on individual
style.

Module II
Creative composition exercise from imagination emphasizing on individual vision and
concept, complete pictorial interpretation, theme, expression of moods, symbolism,
dramatization, and distortion for emotional effect. A series of works to be developed
oil/acrylic on canvas.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINTMAKING

Course Code: BVA/PN/707 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from
the earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners
can understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an
awareness of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.

Course Contents:

Module I
Intaglio Process
Detailed explanation about intaglio printing process.
Dialogue and discussion about thought process for making composition for print, with
Characteristics of space-volume, dimensions, geometric space, perceptual space, space-
volume as medium of experience and expression in print.
Introduction of material, tools, chemicals, machines for using intaglio printing process
Aquatint
Selection of material Preparation and application of ground. Study of various chemicals and
mordents for aquatint process
Preparation of plate with various experiments for textural and tonal values.
Multicolour etching with viscosity method.

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach
 Print making by S.W.Hayter
 Print making by Krishna Reddy.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Painting)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credi of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code t (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/PN/803 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/PN/804 05 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Drawing 40 12 Hours
Paper-V BVA/PN/805 05 Portrait 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VI BVA/PN/806 05 Composition 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VII BVA/PN/807 05 Print Making 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper- BVA/PN/808/(A) 02 (A)Computer Portfolio
VIII BVA/PN/808/(B) Graphics Submission
Elective BVA/PN/808/(C) (B)Photography
(Any One) (C)Mural 100
28 Total Marks 320 480 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HISTORY OF ART
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/HA/801 Credit Units: 02


Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from
the earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners can
understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an
awareness of the relationship to his artistic predecessors.
Course Contents:
Module I: Indian Art
The Bengal School and other artists – Abanindranath Tagore, Abdur Rehman Chughtai,
Gaganendranath Tagore-Modernism, Rabindranath Tagore
Progressive Artist Group: a. Study of the post-independence political, social and cultural
scenario. Reference to other mediums of expression literature, films, theatre progressive
groups from different fields theatre, writers, etc. b. Detail study of the works of the members
of the group - F. N. Souza, K. H. Ara, S. H. Raza, M. F. Husain, S. K. Bakre, H. A. Gade
c. Role of Critics and collectors - Rudy von Leyden, Walter Langhammer, and E. Schlesinger
Other Progressive Schools/ Groups:
a. Cholamandal Artists' Village : K. C. S. Paniker, M. Reddeppa Naidu, J. Sultan Ali, P. V.
Janakiraman, C. Dakshinamurthy, S. Nandagopal, S. G. Vasudev, Vidhyashankar Stapathy b.
Delhi Silpi Chakra: B. C. Sanyal and P. N. Mago, other artists - Shankar Pillai, Kanwal
Krishna, K. S. Kulkarni, Dhanraj Bhagat, Harkrishan Lall, Satish Gujral, Ram Kumar, Jaya
Appasamy, Bishamber Khanna, Krishen Khanna
Module II: Western Art
Impressionism, Post-Impressionism,
Module III
Cubism, Fauvism, Dadaism, Surrealism & Abstract Expressionism, op art, land art, pop art
Text & References:
Text:
Indian
 Fundamental of Indian Art by S. N. Dasgupta
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
Western
 History of Art by Janson
 Art through the ages by Helen Gardener
References:
 The Art and Architecture of Indian by Benjamin Rowland.
 The Story of Indian Art by S. K. Bhattacharya.
 5000 Years of Indian Art by Shivaramaurti
 A History of Fine Arts in India and West by Edith Tomory
 Dance of Shiva by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Transformation of Nature in Art by A. K. Coomaraswamy
 Aesthetics by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Art of Mankind by Van Loon
 Civilization of Mankind by Van Loon
 Concise History of Art-Vols. 1 & 2 by Gerrmain. Bazin.
 Introduction of Chinese Art by Lawrence Binyon
 History of Indian and Indonesian Art by Bejamin Rowland.
 Concise History of Art Vols. 1&2 by GermainBazin
 Italian Painters of the Renaissance by Bernard Berenson
 Art Now by Herbert Read
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read.
 History of Modern Art by H. H. Arnason.
 History of Painting by Janson.
 History of Western Painting by Eric Newton.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

AESTHETICS
(Common to Painting, Applied Art, Sculpture and Animation & Multi Media)

Course Code: BVA/AS/802 Credit Units: 02

Course Objective:
This course is designed to provide a good sense of beauty and related theoretical aspects.

Course Contents:

Module I
Theories relating to the origin of art its response and appreciation.
Empathy
Psychical Distance
Pleasure

Module II
Immanuel Kant 18th Century-prime importance-mental faculty of reason, Benedetto Croce-art
an Intuition, Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud-Interpretation of Dreams, free association,
dreams and transference, Id, Ego and Super Ego.

Text & References:

Text:
 Introductory Reading in Aesthetics by John Hospers

References:
 Aesthetic by Beneditto Croce
 History of Aesthetics by Bosanquet
 Philosophy of Beauty by E. F. Carritt
 Art Now by Herbert Read
 Story of Philosophy by will Durant.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHODS AND MATERIALS (PAINTING)

Course Code: BVA/PN/803 CreditUnits: 02

Course Objective:
This course is designed to provide a thorough knowledge of methods and technical aspects of
drawing and painting work. It helps the students to handle the materials and tools in
scientific way.

Course Contents:

Module I
Conservation and factors that affect deterioration.
Cleaning and restoration of paintings.
Varnishing of a printing.

Module II
Studio for an artist
Exhibition display and lighting
Framing process.

Module III
Gallery and Museums
Recent trends in art- Digital media manipulation, Installation art, Video art and Public art.

Text & References:

Text:
 The painter’s handbook by Stan Smith & Prof. H. F. Tenhalt
 Materials and methods of painting by Lynton Lamb

References:
 Artists Techniques by Dr.Kohei Aida
 A manual of painting Materials and techniques By Mark DaidGaottsegen

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/PN/804 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
Advanced drawing exercise is an exposure to various creative aspects and contemporary
techniques of drawing exploring all available drawing tools and mediums such as pencil,
charcoal, crayons, ink, colour and brush. This exercise provides accuracy in observation and
wide opportunity to study and experiment variety of significant possibilities of line work.

Course Contents:

Module I: Nature Study/outdoor


Nature study/outdoor compositions based on surround elements creating original
individualistic works through understanding light, shadows and other textural details in
nature and its intricacies and other innovative drawing mediums, mix mediums etc.

Module IV: creative and individual composition choosing any material and other innovative
drawing mediums, mix mediums etc. emphasizing individualistic style and originality.
Developing own subject and content of the work through discussion. Also observing the
works of other artists their individual style and subject matter.

A series of works to be developed during this module.

Text & References:

Text:
 An Introduction to Drawing by James Horton in association with the Royal Academy of
Arts.

References:
 Grassroot of Art by Herbert Read
 How to draw and paint by Hazel Harrison, from Art School
 Human Figure by Walter Foster
 Anatomy by Walter Foster
 Heads by Walter Foster
 Figure Drawing by Patricia Monahan with Albany Wiseman
 Human Anatomy by James Horton
 Big book of Drawing and painting by Francisco Asensiocerver

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PORTRAIT

Course Code: BVA/PN/805 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
Painting is an activity which requires a long time involvement to achieve excellence. This
stage to explore ones own idias and style. Studing various schools of art, traditional to
modern and contemporary. This stage is to focus in one particular style of his or her own
after learnig various techniches of paintings. The students would produce/create a number of
works of art, paintings and drawings in a fashion of specializing in the subject. It is to
specialize in thinking and imagination which create good art.

Course Contents:

Module I: Portrait Painting


Portraiture: Advanced study of human head using oil/acrylic on canvas in full color palette.

Module II: Full Figure


Advanced drawing study of human head and full body (male & female) exploring complex
detailing and finishing from different viewpoints and angles using suitable drapery
background and surrounding. Oil/Acrylic on canvas in full color palette.

Exploration of mix media, other innovative mediums on canvas and other surfaces/support.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Notes on the techniques of Painting by HilaireHiler
 Method and Materials by Lynton Lamb.
 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 The portrait by Norbert Schneider.
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/PN/806 CreditUnits: 05

Course Objective:
Advanced exercise on composition work provides thorough knowledge on theory of
composition, individual approach to the possibilities and experimental innovative aspects to
create unique visual presentation enriched with artistic and aesthetic value.working with
figurative and non figurative arrangement of objects.

Course Contents:

Module I
Composition Exercises working on objects from real life and nature. Creative transformation
of real world according to the possibilities (2-D & 3-D), use of colour and textural values,
form and individual expression. Mix media a series of works to be developed on individual
style and choice of materials.
Module II
Creative composition exercise from imagination emphasizing on individual vision and
concept, complete pictorial interpretation, theme, expression of moods, symbolism,
dramatization, and distortion for emotional effect. A series of works to be developed
oil/acrylic on canvas or any other medium as per the choice and individual style of work.
 More emphasis on individual choice of material and style.
 Concept of large scale works, idea of site specific works, Installations, video art and
other innovative approaches in contemporary works of important artists to be
discussed on global platform.

Text & References:

 Big book of drawing and painting by Francisco AsensioCerver


 Artist’s Handbook by Ray Smith
 Artist’s Encyclopedia by John Quick
 A manual of Painting Materials & Techniques by Mark David Goattsegen
 Art Class, Copy Right 1999 by Harper Collins Publishers.
 Images of the human body by Pepin Van Roojen.
 A Concise History of Modern Painting, 1974 Thames & Hudson, London
 Painting Courseby Ronald Pearsall
 Color by Edith Anderson Feisner.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PRINTMAKING

Course Code: BVA/PN/807 Credit Units: 05

Course Objective:
The objective of teaching history of art is to acquaint the students with visual cultures from
the earliest time to the present. The course is designed on the conviction that the learners
can understand its relation to his own time and the technology at his command through an
awareness of the relationship to his artistic predecessors

Course Contents:

Module I
Planography Process
Detailed explanation about lithography printing process,
Dialogue and discussion about thought process for making composition for print, with
Characteristics of space-volume, dimensions, geometric space, perceptual space, space-
volume as medium of experience and expression in print.
Introduction of material, tools, chemicals, machines for using litho printing process
Lithography
Introduction of Lithography technique and chemicals. To know the technique used in
Lithography, Preparation of surface - polished and fine grained. Basic experiments with line
and tone. Techniques of
The lithography process to be explored in multicolours.

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

4th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal Externa
l
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/403 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/404 05 60
(Practical Drawing &
) Illustration- I 40
BVA/AA/405 05 Lettering & 60
Paper-V Typography 40 Portfolio
BVA/AA/406 05 Graphic Design- 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-VI I 40 One OR Two External
Paper- BVA/AA/407 05 60 Member (from outside
VII Print making 40 OR other department of
Paper- BVA/AA/408/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 the University to act as
VIII BVA/AA/408/(B) (B)Digital External)
Elective BVA/AA/408/(C) Painting Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

THEORY OF ADVERTISING

Course Code: BVA/AT/403 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Study and explore the history of world advertising as a tool for publicity and mass
communication.
 Understand the profession of advertising as an art, science, business and its impact on daily
life style.
Course Content:
a. Introduction to Advertising, personal selling, marketing, public relation, communication,
Publicity etc.
b. Elements of Advertising: Headline, Sub headline, Illustration, Copy, Trade mark, Tag line,
etc.
c. History of Advertising.
d. Social & economic aspects of advertising. Ethics in advertising.
e. Evolution of advertising in India and present advertising scenario.
f. Introduction of communication. What is communication? Elements of communication.
Function of Communication. Communication objectives. Picture vs. Words Communication,
etc.
g. Role of advertising in mass communication.
References & Text:
1. Shaw, Mark (2012, 2009). Copy Writing: Successful Writing for Design, Advertising & Marketing London UK. Laurence King
Publishing
2. Wells, William D & Burnett, John J. & Moriarty, Sandra (1997).Advertising: Principles & Practices NJ. USA. Pearson
Education Publishing
3. Jigenheimer. (1992). Advertising Media. USA. Brown (William C ) Co. Publishing
4. Moriarty, Sandra E. (1990) .Creative advertising: Theory & Practice. NJ USA. Prentice-Hall Publishing
5. Fletcher, A. D & Bowers, T.A. (1988). Fundamentals of Advertising Research. CA USA. Wadsworth Publishing co. inc
6. Sandage, Charles H, Fryburger, Vernon & Rotzoll, Kim . (1989). Advertising Theory & Practice UK. Longman Group
Publishers
7. Schaum’s Outline of Theory & Problems of Advertising by Herbert Holtje (1978). NY USA. Mc Graw Hill Publishing
8. Stead, William. (2010) .The Art of Advertising: Its Theory & Practice Fully Described Charleston USA. Nabu Press Publication
9. Pettit, Raymind. (2007). learning from Winners: How the ARF OGILVY Award Winners use Market research to create advertising
success. NY USA. Psychology Press Publication
10. Gupta, A. (2012). Principles of Advertising Concepts & Theories. New Delhi. India. Cyber Tech Publication
11. The Advertising handbook - Dell Dennison
12. Advertising - Roderick White
13. Advertising Art & Ideas - G. M. Rege
14. Visual Imagination - Bruce D. Kurtz
15. Design in the Visual arts - Ray R. Behrens
16. Advanced Illustration and Design - Simon Jennings
17. Introduction to typography - Terry Jeavons & Michael Beaumont
18. Graphic Design and Reproduction Technique - Peter Croy
19. Sign Design- Graphic, Material & technique - Mitzi Sims
20. Making a good layout - Lorisieber & Lisa Balla
21. Applied art Handbook - Prof. S. K. Luthra
22. Principle of Design through Photography - Deepak John Mathew
23. Advertising- its role in modern marketing - S. W. Dunn
24. ववववववववववव - एएएएएएए वववववववववववव
25. एएएएएएएएएएएएए एएएएएएएएएएए - ववववववववववववववव
26. एएएएएएए एएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववव
27. वववववववववववववववएएएवववववव - ववववववववववववववव
28. एएएएएएएएएएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववववएएएवववव
29. एएएएएएएए एएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववव
30. वववववववव- ववववववववव

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING & ILLUSTRATION- I

Course Code: BVA/AA/404 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand, communicate and interact with the environment through drawings.
 Introduce the students to free hand and technical drawing skills of human figure.
 Acquaint students with knowledge of perspective and develop the skill of sketching
architectural spaces both indoor and outdoor.

Course Content:
a. Continuation of basic drawing with emphasis on composition & conceptual exercises.
b. Study of human anatomy; Free hand sketching of Human body parts & postures and Head
study/ Portrait
c. Study of Nature; Animals, Plants etc.,
d. Study of Architecture; Indoor & Outdoor etc.
e. Illustration and Conceptual drawing.

Reference & Text


1. Francis D. K. Ching, Design Drawing, John Wiley & P. Juroszek with Stevensons.inc
2. Betty Edward, Drawing on the artist within, Fontana(An imprint of Harper Collins)
3. Betty Edward, Drawing on the right side of the brain, Fontana(An imprint of Harper Collins)
4. Julia Cameron, The artists’ way, Pan McMillan Ltd.
5. James R. Tuner, Drawing with confidence, Van Nostrand Reinhold co.
6. M.C. Escher, The complete work, Harry N. Abrahams Inc. Publisher
7. M.C. Escher on Escher, Exploring the infinite, Harry N. Abrahams Inc. Publisher
8. Peter Stayner& Terry Rosenberg, Landscape Drawing ‘From first principles’, Arcturus
Publishing Ltd.
9. Robert W. Gill, Rendering with pen & ink, Thames & Hudson
10. Gerrit Nogrdzij, Letter letter, Hartley & Marks.

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Programme Code: BVA

GRAPHIC DESIGN- I

Course Code: BVA/AA/405 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand and explore various applications of Graphic Design.
 Enable students to make the digital artworks/illustrations/designs utilizing the
designing software like CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, etc.
Course Content:
a. Creation of logo/symbol – culmination of logotype and symbol into one integrated
design for a given product / service brand or public welfare initiative.
b. Conducting research and documenting case study of any product/service
brand/company.
c. Creation of brand identity program for a given product / service brand. Logo design
and its application to create stationery e.g. Letterhead, Visiting Card, envelope,
merchandise, signage’s for the outlets, table tops, signage, table calendar, t-shirt, etc.
d. Introduction to CorelDraw; designing computer aided illustration, graphic, etc. using
the menus, standard tool bar, property bar, etc.
e. Introduction to Adobe Photoshop; editing images using various modes, adjusting
layers, colour correction, colour management using filters, saving & exporting files in
various file formats, Digital painting, etc.

Reference & Text


1. Broomer, Gerald F., (1974), Elements of Design: Space, Davis Publications Inc., Worcester,
Massachusetts.
2. Albert W Porter, Elements of Design-Space and Form.
3. Albert W Porter, Elements of Design-Line.
4. Rowland Kurt (1964) Looking & seeing Vol. 1-4 Ginn& company Ltd. London.
5. Bruce D. Kurty., (1987), Visual imagination – An introduction of Art, Prentice Hall, New
Jersy.
6. Hayashi Studio, (1994), Water Colour Rendering, Graphic-Shaw Publishing Co.
7. Robert W. Gill, (1984), Manual of Rendering in pen and ink, Thames and Hudson, London.
8. Wong Wucius, (1977), Principles of three dimensional Design, Van Nostrand Reinhold, NY.
9. Wong Wucius, (1977), Principles of two dimensional Design, Van Nostrand Reinhold, NY.
10. Maurice de Sansmarg (1964) Basic Design: the Dynamics of Visual Form, The Herbert
press. UK
11. Albert, Josef (1963) Interaction of Colors, Yale University Press.
12. Saraswati Baidya nath, (2001), the nature of man and culture: alternative paradigms in
anthropology, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts.
13. Visual Design in Drers by Marian L.Dawis (1987) (second Edition) Prentice Hall. Inc.,
Eagle wood cliffs, New Jersey.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

LETTERING & TYPOGRAPHY

Course Code: BVA/AA/406 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand variety of typographical styles for advanced communication.
 Express and apply typographical styles through various media or purposes.
Course Content:
a. Expressive Power of typography.
b. Exploring 3D typography; creating type in one point & two point perspective, POP, Paper
quelling, origami, scrap, etc.
c. Typography and Logo Design; Use of typography in designing corporate Identity and
Branding.
d. Exploring more into expressive aspects of typography. Studying the different Ways in which
letterform, layout and color can be utilized in Graphic Design.
e. Expressive Power of typography; Designing typography title for book/ novel/ films, Poster,
Quotes, etc.
f. Copy oriented advertisement; posters, magazine ad, newspaper ads, etc. Understanding of
calculating letters, words, mechanical and optical spacing, grid system, gutter space with the
help of pica scale.

Reference & Text:


1. McLean Ruari (1980), Typography, London UK, Thames & Hudson Publishing
2. Crisp Denise G & Temple William F , (2012), Typography (Graphic Design in Context) London UK, Thames &
Hudson Publishing
3. Friedl Friedrich , Nicolaus OH & Stein Bernard (1998), Typography: An Encyclopedia survey of Type Design &
Techniques throughout History, NY USA, Black Dog & Levnthal Publishers INC
4. by David Choi, Lynn & Lei Znang (2014), Typography, Chois Gallery Publishing
5. Lewis John, (2007), Design & Practice, Typography, Huddersfield UK, Jeremy Mills Publishing
6. Ruder Emil (2008), A Text book of DesignTypography, Sulgen, Switzerland, Niggi Verlag Publishing
7. Strizver Ilene (2013), Type Rules: The Designers Guide to Professional Typography 4th Edition, NY USA, John
Wiley & Sons Publishing
8. Felici Jim , (2002) ,The Contemporary Manual of Typography ,Adobe Publishers
9. Saltz Ina , (2011) ,Typography Essentials: 100 design principles for working with Type (design essentials) , UK,
Rockport Publishing
10. Winters Eleanor , (2003), Mastering Copperplate Calligraphy (lettering, calligraphy, typography) , NY NY USA,
Dover Publishing
11. Grebenstein Maryanne, (2012), Calligraphy Bible: A complete guide to more than 100 essential projects and
techniques, NY NY USA, Watson Guptill Publishing
12. Heller, Steven. (2007). New Vintage Type: Classic Fonts for the Digital Age. NY NY USA. Watson Guptill
Publication
13. Friedl Friedrich , Nicolaus OH & Stein Bernard (1998), Typography: An Encyclopedia survey of Type Design &
Techniques throughout History, NY NY USA, Black Dog & Levnthal Publishers INC
14. Lewis John, (2007), Design & Practice, Typography, Huddersfield UK, Jeremy Mills Publishing
15. Strizver Ilene (2013), Type Rules: The Designers Guide to Professional Typography 4th Edition, NY USA, John
Wiley & Sons Publishing
16. Winters Eleanor , (2003), Mastering Copperplate Calligraphy (lettering, calligraphy, typography) , NY NY USA,
Dover Publishing
17. Grebenstein Maryanne, (2012), Calligraphy Bible: A complete guide to more than 100 essential projects and
techniques NY NY USA. Watson Guptill Publishing.

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Programme Code: BVA
PRINTMAKING

Course Code: BVA/AA/407 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Familiarize students with technical skills of Silk Screen Printing.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to Screen printing or Serigraphy
b. Detailed process of serigraphy; how to create silk screen, exposing screen, Using paper stencil
as resist and make prints, Working on screen with touché, use glue as stencil and print, etc.
c. Introductory techniques of black & white and colour printing.
d. Fundamental of line & half tone printing.
e. Application of screen-printing in Graphic Design; Poster, Bags, T-shirt, corporate branding,
etc.

Text & References:

 The art of the print by Fritz Eicherberg


 The bite of print by Frank and Dorothy Gettein
 The art of Print by Earl G. Mueller
 The art of Etching by E.S. Lumdsen
 Manal of woodcut printmaking by J. Hillier
 Screen Process Printing by Schwalbach

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Programme Code: BVA

5th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/503 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/504 05 Drawing & 60
(Practical) Illustration- II 40 Portfolio
BVA/AA/505 05 Layout 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V Design- I 40 One OR Two External
BVA/AA/506 05 Graphic 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VI Design- II 40 OR other department of
Paper- VII BVA/AA/507 05 Photography-I 40 60 the University to act as
BVA/AA/508/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AA/508/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/508/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

THEORY OF ADVERTISING

Course Code: BVA/AT/503 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand the basics of creative advertising, its planning, designing & execution.
 Enable students to identify different types of advertising and their functions.
 Know the concept of marketing & market research.
 Empower students to identify different elements of copy used in advertisements and
understand their role in the same.
Course Content:
a. Creative Advertising: Classification of Advertising. Types of Advertising (The Hard-Sell
- The Soft-sell, Reminder, Prestige, Humorous, Consumer, Distributer, Retail, Travel &
Entertainment, Testimonial, Direct-mail, Industrial, Financial, Cooperative, advertisement
by government bodies or public bodies, local, National, International, media wise, etc.)
b. Present scenario in advertising: covert advertising, ambient advertising, gorilla
advertising, product placement, etc.
c. Planning & execution of advertisement, USPs, Advertising appeals, Theme, Visualization
– Invention of Advertising Ideas,
d. Copy platform: what is copy platform? - Copywriting, functions of advertising copy,
approach of writing copy, the headline, text copy, tagline, etc.
e. Introduction to Typography, its evolution/development, basic principles typography and
Classification of Typography.

DRAWING & ILLUSTRATION- II

Course Code: BVA/AA/504 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Observe, understand and develop the skill of fluent sketching and drawing from natural and
manmade objects.
 Acquaint students with skills of sketching human anatomy.
 Enable the students to develop drawing skills with the focus on illustrations.

Course Content:
a. Life Drawing: Figure drawing and construction, stressing line and form. Study of human
anatomy (the basis for understanding the human figure) in Pencil, Charcoal and Ink.
b. Advertising Illustration; creating illustrations for Press ad, Poster, Book Cover, etc.
c. Conceptual Illustration exercises.

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Programme Code: BVA
LAYOUT DESIGN- I
Course Code: BVA/AA/506 Credit Units: 05
Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand various types of layouts to make good layout design.
 Understand and apply elements & principles of design in print media advertising layouts.
Course Content:
a. Types of advertising Layout & Grids.
b. Magazine Layout Design; Information about magazines, its construction, different parts,
format & page design and different types of magazines ads.
c. Newspaper Layout Design; Introduction to Newspaper, Its construction, different parts,
format & page design, different sizes of columns and different types of newspaper ads.
d. Designing posters
References & Text:
1. Kroner, Alexander. (2001). Adaptive Layout of Dynamic Web Pages. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. IOS Press, US
2. Kloos, Gerhard. (2007). Matrix Methods for Optical Layout .Bellingham WA, USA. SPIE Press
3. Book. Albert C. (1997). Fundamentals of Copy & Layout-, NY USA. McGraw Hill Professional
4. Hodgson, F. W. & Giles, VIC.(1996). Creative Newspaper Design. 2nd edition. Okford UK. Focal Press
5. Moen, Daryl. (2000). Newspaper Layout & Design: A Team Approach. 4th Edition edition. NJ USA. Wiley-Blackwell
Publishing.
6. Wills, Franz Herman. (1972). Fundamentals of Layout for Newspaper & Magazine Advertising. New Edition edition. NY NY
USA. Dover Publication INC.
7. Evans, Poppy. (2005). Exploring Publication Design. Boston MA. USA. Delmar Cengage Learning.
8. Charlotte Rivers. (2007). Poster-Art: Innovation in Poster Design. Brighton UK. Rotovision Publication
9. Foster, John. (2012).New Masters of Poster Design, Volume Two: Poster Design for This Century and beyond: 2. Pap/pstr
edition. London UK. Rockport Publication.
10. Carter, David. E. Branding: (2000). The Power of Market Identity. NY NY USA, Watson Guptill Publication.
11. Wasmuht, Barbara. (2008). Branding & Corporate Identity. Saarbrucken, Germany. VDM Verlag Publication.
12. Melewar, T. C. & Elifkaraosmanoqlu. (2008). Contemporary thoughts on corporate Branding & Corporate Identity
Management. London UK. Palgrave Macmillan.
13. Olins, Wally. (1990). Corporate Identity: Making Business Strategy Visible Through Design. Boston MA, USA. Harvard
Business School Press.

GRAPHIC DESIGN- II
Course Code: BVA/AA/505 Credit Units: 05
Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Explore various applications of Graphic Design.
 Enable students to visualize and construct designs for effective product promotion.
 Introduce the principles of structure and functional packaging design and developing the knowledge of
various materials, their suitability and costing of package.
 Enable students to make the digital artworks/illustrations/designs utilizing the designing software like
Adobe Illustrator, In-design, etc.
Course Content:
a. Sales promotion and POPs design.
b. Poster design using creative techniques like 3D projection, cut-out etc.
c. Introduction of packaging and its type, packaging and labelling design for lifestyle
products, baby care products, cosmetics, special edition products, Luxury Products,
Mass products, Food products, etc.
d. Introduction to Adobe Illustrator; Designing computer illustration, Graphics,
Characters, Typographical Illustration, Corporate Identity, Publication design, etc.
Introduction to In-design; Designing for publication both print and web utilizing the
various tools, menu, layout templates, etc.

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Programme Code: BVA

PHOTOGRAPHY-I

Course Code: BVA/AA/507 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Acquaint students with the basic knowledge and skill of photography.
 Practice photography & explore nature, landscape, portrait, Architecture, etc. through
camera.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to evolution of photography, different types of cameras, their mechanism and
developments.
b. Fundamental understanding of camera, lenses and their functions.
c. Principles of photography.
d. Exploring indoors and outdoors through photography; Portrait, Landscape, Cityscape,
Architecture, etc. in both coloured and black white.

References & Text:


1. Langford Michael. (1989). Advanced Photography. 5th revised edition edition. Oxford
UK. Focal Press Publishing.
2. Dahlin Eric. (2013). Advanced Photography. 1st edition. Provo.Utah. USA. Eric Dahlin
Publication.
3. Ang Tom. (2003). Advanced Digital Photography. London UK. Mitchell Beazley
Publication.
4. Langford Michael & Bilissi Efthimia. (2007). Lanford’s Advanced Photography.7th
Edition. Oxford UK. Focal Press.
5. Allen Elizabeth. (2010). the Manual of Photography. 10th Edition. Oxford UK. Focal
Press.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/603 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/604 05 Drawing & 60
(Practical) Illustration- III 40 Portfolio
BVA/AA/605 05 Layout Design- 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V II 40 One OR Two
BVA/AA/606 05 Graphic Design- 60 External Member
Paper-VI III 40 (from outside OR other
Paper- BVA/AA/607 05 60 department of the
VII Photography-II 40 University to act as
Paper- BVA/AA/608/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
VIII BVA/AA/608/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/608/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
THEORY OF ADVERTISING

Course Code: BVA/AT/603 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enhance knowledge of evolution & history of advertising agency.
 Understand the various kinds of advertising agency and their functions.
 Get acquainted to the structure of an advertising agency.
 Develop understanding of market, marketing, marketing mix and consumer behaviour.

Course Content:
a. History & evolution of advertising agency.
b. Function and importance of advertising agency.
c. Types of advertising agency.
d. Advertising in operation: the various departments of ad agency and their functions.
e. What is Market & Marketing, Market Research & Marketing Mix? Nature and Scope of
Marketing; Reproduction, Planning and Prototype; Consumer Reaction (satisfaction); Market
Research and Channels of Distribution; Motivation Research, Consumer behavior and Brand
Image.

DRAWING & ILLUSTRATION- III

Course Code: BVA/AA/604 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Observe, understand and develop the skill of sketching and drawing from natural and
manmade objects.
 Enable students to develop drawing skills through hands on approach with the focus
on illustrations as a mind to hand connects.

Course Content:
a. Life Drawing: Figure drawing and construction, stressing line and form. Study of human
anatomy in watercolor, Pastel colour and other colour medium.
b. Advertising Illustration; creating illustration on themes such as Fashion, Medical, Technical,
Social, Product, Environment, etc.
c. Story Illustration; creating illustrations for Storybooks, Comics, TV commercial, etc.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
GRAPHIC DESIGN- III

Course Code: BVA/AA/605 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Explore various applications of Graphic Design.
 Enable students to visualize and construct designs for effective product promotion.
 Introduce the principles of structure and functional packaging design and developing the
knowledge of various materials, their suitability and costing of package.

Course Content:
a. Sales promotion and POPs design.
b. Poster design using creative techniques like 3D projection, cut-out etc.
c. Introduction of packaging and its type, packaging and labelling design for lifestyle products,
baby care products, cosmetics, special edition products, Luxury Products, Mass products,
Food products, etc.

LAYOUT DESIGN- II

Course Code: BVA/AA/606 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable students to recognize importance of layout & its execution in publication & web
design.
 Understand the concept of book design as part of publication design, its importance in
communication design and various functional and structural design aspects.

Course Content:
a. Publication Design; Designing layout for book, brochures, flyers, invitation cards, menu
cards, etc.
b. Introduction to books (its construction, different parts, technical terms).
c. Designing layouts for digital media; websites, web banners, web ads, blog, etc.

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Programme Code: BVA

PHOTOGRAPHY- II

Course Code: BVA/AA/607 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand & explore various aspects of indoor and outdoor photography.
 Provide opportunity to shoot product and model in indoor and outdoor spaces.
 Develop understanding of post-processing techniques in photography.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to indoor photography; Product or Model photography in studio or indoor
utilizing the artificial light sources, reflectors, soft box, etc.
b. Introduction to outdoor photography; Product or Model photography in outdoor utilizing the
natural light sources, reflectors, props, etc.
c. Introduction to post processing of photographs.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Programme Code: BVA

7th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/703 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
BVA/AA/704 05 Product 60
Paper-IV Campaign
(Practical) Design-I 40
BVA/AA/705 05 Social 60 Portfolio
Campaign Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V Design-I 40 One OR Two
BVA/AA/706 05 Pre- production- 60 External Member
Paper-VI I 40 (from outside OR other
Paper- BVA/AA/707 05 60 department of the
VII Photography- III 40 University to act as
Paper- BVA/AA/708/(A) 02 (A)Lithography 60 External)
VIII BVA/AA/708/(B) (B)Digital Two Internal
Elective BVA/AA/708/(C) Painting Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Programme Code: BVA

THEORY OF ADVERTISING

Course Code: BVA/AT/703 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand the relevance of principles of design in designing advertisement or advertising
layout.
 Acquaint the fundamentals of advertising campaign, its purpose, planning and execution.
 Acquaint students with knowledge of packaging and its significance in advertising.
 Enable to explore the concept of big idea.

Course Content:
a. What is graphic in advertising design? Advertising layouts & Principles of Design in
advertisement: the law of rhythm, Simplicity, Emphasis, Proportion, positive/negative space,
Unity, etc.
b. Campaign Planning: Basic Principles of Campaign Planning, Financial Aspect of Campaign
Planning, Purpose of Campaign Planning, the Market and Selling Methods, etc.
c. Invention of advertising idea. Big idea or concept of advertising.
d. Introduction to Packaging Design. Function of packaging. Types of packaging. Sign &
symbol used in packaging. Material & costing of packaging.

References & Text:


1. Cerver, Francisco Asensio, Willet, Tobias & Serra, Jose. (1996). Elements of Landscape.
World of Environmental design. Whitney Library of Design.

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Programme Code: BVA

PRODUCT CAMPAIGN DESIGN- I

Course Code: BVA/AA/704 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Realize the importance of creating and building an identity of a company through use of
elements & principles of design.
 Acquaint students with the concept of corporate and brand identity and develop the
understanding of application of symbol-logo for communication design.
 Understand the principles of creating brand awareness & planning the complete advertising
campaigns.
Course Content:
a. Designing corporate identity program for product/service/company; Creation of corporate
identity program for a product/service/company and its application to related stationary e.g.
logo and its application into Letterhead, Visiting Card, envelope, corporate signage’s for
department uniform for staff, sales promotion, booth, transit, POP’s, etc.
b. Design and execution of product advertising campaign; designing corporate identity,
branding, news paper ad, magazine ad, poster, hoardings, sales promotions, POP’s, other
relevant media, digital media, etc.
References & Text:
2. Cerver, Francisco Asensio, Willet, Tobias & Serra, Jose. (1996). Elements of Landscape. World of
Environmental design. Whitney Library of Design.
3. Sano, Darrel. (1996). Designing Large Scale Websites, A visual design methodology. NJ, USA. John
Wiley & Sons
4. Evans, Poppy. (2005). Exploring Publication Design. Boston MA. USA. Delmar Cengage Learning.
5. Olins, Wally. (1990). Corporate Identity: Making Business Strategy Visible Through Design. Boston
MA, USA. Harvard Business School Press.
6. Shireen, Stengel. (2013). Corporate Identity. Saarbrucken, Germany. AV Akademikerverlag
Publishing.
7. Landa,Robin. (2004). Advertising by Design. Creating Visual Communications with Graphic impact.
NJ USA. John Wiley & Sons.
8. The Advertising handbook - Dell Dennison
9. Advertising - Roderick White
10. Advertising Art & Ideas - G. M. Rege
11. Visual Imagination - Bruce D. Kurtz
12. Design in the Visual arts - Ray R. Behrens
13. Advanced Illustration and Design - Simon Jennings
14. ववववववववववव - एएएएएएए वववववववववववव
15. एएएएएएएएएएएएए एएएएएएएएएएए - ववववववववववववववव
16. एएएएएएए एएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववव
17. वववववववववववववववएएएवववववव - ववववववववववववववव
18. एएएएएएएएएएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववववएएएवववव
19. एएएएएएएए एएएएएएए- ववववववववववववववव

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Programme Code: BVA

SOCIAL CAMPAIGN DESIGN-I

Course Code: BVA/AA/705 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand the importance of spreading social awareness through advertising.
 Acquaint students with the concept of communication design and advertising designed to
address social and environmental issues.
 Understand the principles of creating brand awareness & planning the complete advertising
campaigns.

Course Content:
a. Social/Public Welfare Advertising; Design and execution of social/ public welfare/ cultural
communication advertising campaign. Designing corporate identity, branding, newspaper ad,
magazine ad, poster, hoardings, sales promotions, POP’s, other relevant media and etc.

PRE PRODUCTION- I

Course Code: BVA/AA/706 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Acquaint students with the various aspects and basics of developing communication
design/advertising films through animation & computer graphics.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to film and television graphic interpretation of ideas through animation and
computer graphics.
b. Designing and animating logo/ corporate identity/film titles utilizing 3D or special effect
software’s like Adobe after effect, etc.

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Programme Code: BVA

PHOTOGRAPHY- III

Course Code: BVA/AA/707 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Practice creative photography.
 Introduce the applications of photography in contemporary world or advertising industry.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to conceptual photography; capturing photographs according to the selected
theme in order to convey a message or a story.
b. Application of Photography in graphic design, advertising & promotions. The techniques and
styles required for taking photographs for advertisements, promotions, magazine covers,
book covers, etc.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Applied Art)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 3 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AT/803 02 Theory of (Exam)
Paper-Ill Advertising 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AA/804 05 Product Campaign 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Design- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AA/805 05 ServiceCampaign 60 (Exam)
Paper-V Design-II 40 18 Hours
Paper-VI BVA/AA/806 05 Pre- production- II 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper- BVA/AA/807 05
VII Photography- IV 100
Paper- BVA/AA/808/(A) 02
VIII BVA/AA/808/(B) (A)Lithography
Elective BVA/AA/808/(C) (B)Digital Painting Portfolio
(Any One) (C)Mural 100 Submission
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

THEORY OF ADVERTISING

Course Code: BVA/AT/803 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Develop understanding of the various advertising media and the various aspects to be considered while
selecting media for advertising.
 Know and understand the legal aspect of advertising.
 Develop understanding of various printing techniques/processes.
 Explore the various prospects of advertising as profession or vocation.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to advertising media: Print, Broadcast, OOH, etc.
b. Selection of advertising media: How selection of media is made? Product, Market, Campaign
Objectives, Atmosphere, Appropriation, Period/Duration and Compressive spending-
evaluation of media. Media planning & budget, etc.
c. Legal aspect of advertising: Advertisements in newspaper /magazine/ outdoors/T.V. /Radio,
Advertising Contracts, Consequences of advertising, Copyright, Defamation, Passing Off,
others laws, etc.
e. Methods of productions in advertising: printing processes such as letterpress, silk screen,
lithography, offset its history and developments.
d. Contemporary advertising trends in India & World: interactive advertising, covert advertising,
ambient advertising, gorilla advertising, product placement, etc.
e. Advertising as vocation.
PRODUCT CAMPAIGN DESIGN –II

Course Code: BVA/AA/804 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Realize the importance of creating and building an identity of a company through use of elements &
principles of design.
 Acquaint students with the concept of corporate and brand identity and develop the understanding of
application of symbol-logo for communication design.
 Understand the principles of creating brand awareness & planning the complete advertising
campaigns.
Course Content:
a. Designing corporate identity program for product/service/company; Creation of corporate
identity program for a product/service/company and its application to related stationary e.g.
logo and its application into Letterhead, Visiting Card, envelope, corporate signage’s for
department uniform for staff, sales promotion, booth, transit, POP’s, etc.
b. Design and execution of product advertising campaign; designing corporate identity,
branding, news paper ad, magazine ad, poster, hoardings, sales promotions, POP’s, other
relevant media, digital media, etc.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
SERVICE CAMPAIGN DESIGN-II

Course Code: BVA/AA/805 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Acquaint students with the various aspects and basics of developing communication
design/advertising campaigns for services.
 Enable planning and execution of advertising campaign utilizing efficient & effective media.

Course Content:
a. Design and execution of service advertising campaign; designing corporate identity, branding,
newspaper ad, magazine ad, poster, hoardings, sales promotions, POP’s, other relevant media
and etc.

PRE PRODUCTION- II

Course Code: BVA/AA/806 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
1. Acquaint students with the skills to create communication design/advertising films through
animation & computer graphics.
2. Introduce & enhance the post processing or editing skills.

Course Content:
a. Creation of a short ad film/commercial films/social documentary film; Preparation of story
board for the film/advertisement, its production through video recording or animation,
incorporating sound, editing/post production, rendering, etc.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PHOTOGRAPHY- IV

Course Code: BVA/AA/807 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Utilize the knowledge & skill of creative photography for advertising.
 Enable students to understand the applications of Photography in graphic design, advertising
& promotions.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to photography for documentation. The exploration of art of documenting
through photographs a prerequisite for creative/innovative publications like coffee table
books, brochures, catalogue, etc.
b. Photography for e-commercial websites.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

4th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Course Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/403 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/404 05 60
(Practical) Story Board- I 40
BVA/AN/405 05 Character 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Design- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/406 05 Environment 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI Design- I 40 Member (from outside
BVA/AN/407 05 Graphic Design- 60 OR other department of
Paper-VII I 40 the University to act as
BVA/AN/408/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/408/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/408/(C)
Elective (B)Silk Screen Members (from the
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/AN/403 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.
Course Content:
a. Fundamentals of computer
b. Basics of 2D animation
c. Introduction to storyboard, basic training, comic/book storyboard, camera angle,
organized project, basic drawing, Illustration skills.

STORY BOARD

Course Code: BVA/AN/404 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Focus on storyboarding & developing ideas as key pre-production tools for narrative
animation, film and gaming projects.
 Help students to expand their own cinematic drawing and techniques & to develop clear ad
dynamic stories for the screen.
 Learn storyboarding techniques, terminology & develop solid foundation in narrative
storytelling.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to storyboard, basic training, comic/book storyboard, camera angle, organized
project, basic drawing, Illustration skills

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
CHARACTER DESIGN –I

Course Code: BVA/AN/405 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Develop skills in creating characters for 2D animation that are aesthetically pleasing and are
of industry standard.
 Develop fundamental skills required for developing character design involving traditional or
computer generated animation.

Course Content:
Learn how to create character models in Maya. Character modelling is a coveted specialty that
a. Fundamentals of Character Design
b. Shapes, Silhouettes
c. Monster design
d. Colouring with digital software
e. Forms and Anatomy
f. Lighting colours, creating focus, area of details, texture, contrast and edge type
g. Material Study

ENVIRONMENT DESIGN

Course Code: BVA/AN/406 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable in creation & implication of single & multiple participant 2D or 3D virtual
environments.
 Enable students to create rich virtual environment and make them aware of both practical &
aesthetic issues unique to interactive virtual world.
 Develop an understanding of the techniques experiences & implication of visual effects
development.

Course Content:
a. Fundamental of Environment design
b. Work with traditional medium
c. Use of the Perspective in design a environment
d. Understanding the material of environment and rendering the materials
e. Understanding of environment Lighting
f. Understanding the composition rules
g. Environment thumbnails, etc.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
GRAPHIC DESIGN-I

Course Code: BVA/AN/407 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable students to make the digital artworks/illustrations/designs utilizing the designing
software like CorelDRAW, Adobe Photoshop, etc.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to Corel DRAW
b. Main tools of Corel DRAW
c. Shape panel, drawing panel, drawing panel, basic shapes
d. Selecting and Manipulating Objects
e. Drawing and Shaping Objects
f. Using of colour and text
g. Outlining and filling objects
h. Using symbols and clipart

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

5th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclatur Max. Marks Time


Credit e of the Allowed
Paper No. Course Code paper (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 History of (Exam)
(Theory) Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/503 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/504 05 Character 60
(Practical) Design- II 40 Portfolio
BVA/AN/505 05 Environment 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V Design- II 40 One OR Two External
BVA/AN/506 05 Basic 60 Member (from outside
Paper-VI Modelling 40 OR other department of
Paper-VII BVA/AN/507 05 Drawing 40 60 the University to act as
BVA/AN/508/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/508/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/508/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/AN/503 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.
Course Content:
a. Fundamentals of computer, advance aspect related to 2D and 3D animation.
b. History of 2D and 3D animation
c. Introduction to storyboard, basic training, comic/book storyboard, camera angle,
organized project, basic drawing, Illustration skills.

CHARACTER DESIGN- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/504 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Explore principles of character design and development pipelines for creating expressive
animation ready characters in multiple styles.
 Gain an understanding of how to design characters for animation & develop tools for solving
visual problems, create a portfolio of character art in styles & take their strongest design
from 2D to 3D digital models.

Course Content:
a. Understanding basic fundamentals
b. Anatomy study for 3D modelling
c. Creating a character in polygon
d. Importing blueprints, making blueprints for character
e. Creating characters accessories
f. Creating a monster character

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

ENVIRONMENT DESIGN- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/505 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Create & evaluate interactive virtual environments relevant to their theme.
 Explore fundamentals such as perspective, drawing, lighting and how to continue all elements
for a full scene.
 Have an understanding of process & structure to give them the confidence they need to create
more solid environment.

Course Content:
a. Advanced prospective
b. Material rendering
c. Digital Painting
d. Illustration
e. Value study
f. 3D Environment
g. Thumbnails

BASIC MODELLING

Course Code: BVA/AN/506 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Create an understanding of 3D modelling and animation utilizing industry standard
softwares.
 Provide exposure to the principle, terms & explanations in pre -production, modelling basics,
rendering basics and animation basics.
 Enable students to utilize basic tools sets within modelling & animation software.
 Analyze and develop texture, lighting and camera techniques. Evaluate quality of end product
models & animation. Apply life like movement to a character model.

Course Content:
a. Fundamental of MAYA
b. Understanding the MAYA user interface or tools
c. Create basic shapes, making things with basic shapes
d. Creating primitive objects, moving objects in space, chanal box, grouping, parenting,
creative curve surface
e. Creating complex objects

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/AN/507 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Understand, communicate and interact with the environment through drawings.
 To become fluent with capturing the human and animal forms.
 Develop an understanding of propositions, structure, volume and shading techniques.
 Acquaint students with knowledge of perspective and develop the skill of sketching
architectural spaces both indoor and outdoor.

Course Content:
a. Continuation of basic drawing with emphasis on composition & conceptual exercises.
b. Study of human anatomy; free hand sketching of human body parts, postures and head study/
portrait.
c. Study of Nature; Animals, Plants, etc.
d. Study of Architecture; Indoor & Outdoor. Illustrations & Conceptual drawings

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Course Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/603 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/604 05 Advance 60
(Practical) Modelling 40
BVA/AN/605 05 Texturing & 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Rendering- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/606 05 Props & Weapon 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI Design- I 40 Member (from outside
Paper-VII BVA/AN/607 05 Photography 40 60 OR other department of
BVA/AN/608/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 the University to act as
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/608/(B) Modelling External)
BVA/AN/608/(C) Two Internal Members
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/AN/603 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.
Course Content:
a. Principles of Animation
b. History of 2D and 3D animation in terms of software, Hardware and its application

ADVANCE MODELLING

Course Code: BVA/AN/604 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Develop a understanding of building 3D computer Rigid model (non organic model) and
organic model based on Maya 3D technologies.
 Emphasis on individual development & creation of models.
 Apply anatomy knowledge into organic modelling and create anatomically correct organic
models.

Course Content:
a. Setting up our projects
b. Importing Blueprints
c. Creating basic meshes for different thing and models
d. Head modelling, Eye modelling
e. Creating advanced structures of cars & machines
f. Creating UV’s
g. Finalizing the models

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
TEXTURING & RENDRING- I

Course Code: BVA/AN/605 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Gain better understanding of different types of textures.
 Enable student to create & use technical drawing to build 3D models.
 Enable to create surfaces & lighting set-ups that strengthen the overall environment or
character.
Course Content:
Shading and texturing are critical skills when it comes to taking a finished model and creating a
polished, realistic render of the asset. This course will teach you the fundamentals of shading and
texturing in Maya.
a. Introduction of texturing
b. Introduction to materials
c. Using outliners for texturing
d. Applying different materials
e. Using hyper shape editor
f. Understanding work area
g. Using Maya mental ray materials
h. Making advance material
i. Using Maya mental ray for rendering
j. Complete scene setup for Maya light and mental ray rendering

PROPS & WEAPONS DESIGN

Course Code: BVA/AN/606 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Develop understanding of the fundamentals of creating props & weapons.
 Learn to develop creative and appealing models that are optimised for real time animation.
 Create fully realized weapons and props utilizing knowledge of geometry design, texturing
and rendering.

Course Content:
a. Learn the fundamentals of prop and weapon design for games and movie.
This course presents the fundamentals for creating weapons, props, and vehicles for video
games. Students will learn to deliver artistically creative models optimized for real-time
engines, as well as general professional game development skills. Lectures and exercises
cover low-poly geometry, design concepts, texturing and rendering, and how to create a
final project.

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

PHOTOGRAPHY

Course Code: BVA/AN/607 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Acquaint students with the basic knowledge and skill of photography.
 Practice photography & explore nature, landscape, portrait, Architecture, etc. through
camera.

Course Content:
a. Introduction to evolution of photography, different types of cameras, their mechanism and
developments.
b. Fundamental understanding of camera, lenses and their functions.
c. Principles of photography.
d. Exploring indoors and outdoors through photography; Portrait, Landscape, Cityscape,
Architecture, etc. in both coloured and black white.

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

7th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)

Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time


Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/703 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/704 05 Rigging & 60
(Practical) Animation- I 40
BVA/AN/705 05 Digital 60 Portfolio
Paper-V Sculpting- I 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
BVA/AN/706 05 Video Editing & 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI VFX- I 40 Member (from outside
BVA/AN/707 05 Texturing & 60 OR other department of
Paper-VII Rendering - II 40 the University to act as
BVA/AN/708/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay 60 External)
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/708/(B) Modelling Two Internal
BVA/AN/708/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/AN/703 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.
Course Content:
a. Stages of 2D & 3D Animation
b. Software related to Animation its uses, knowledge of tools, all menus, shortcuts etc.

RIGGING & ANIMATION- I

Course Code: BVA/AN/704 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Introduce the concepts of character rigging & setup.
 Enable student to effectively create character rigs for 3D character in a scene.

Course Content:
Character Rigging and Animation is a specialty course for the 3D Animation curriculum. This course
provides students technical skills needed to set up, rig, alter and support character animations
effectively for all 3D Animation classes. Students can also apply skills learned in this class in other
areas including game art, motion graphics and 2D animation.
a. Understanding is rigging
b. Generate conceptual skeleton for 3D models
c. Create and edit joint deformers to create a skeleton rig for 3D models
d. Apply a skin to bind joints to geometry
e. Modify the bind and skin weights with editing tools
f. Create rigging controls for joint chain skeleton
g. Test / troubleshoot custom character rigs
h. Design custom character rigs for animations
i. Create basic animation

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DIGITAL SCULPTING- I

Course Code: BVA/AN/705 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable student to create ultra-realistic life like 3D character utilizing Zbrush.
 Create an understanding of digital sculpting technique, texture painting and professional
terms related to digital sculpture.
Course Content:
Digital Sculpting is an alternative method of mesh manipulation that aims to be more artistically
intuitive. It emulates traditional sculpting tools in the form of "brushes" and can even function as an
"unlimited clay" approach to shape building. If you'reartistic and you like to build organic models, I
highly recommend you try digital sculpting!
a. Digital Sculpting Basics
b. Understanding Tools
c. Sculpting Normal Details
d. Sculpting Hard Surface Models
e. Painting Your Model
f. Dividing Model
g. Re meshing
h. Brush settings

VIDEO EDITING & VFX- I

Course Code: BVA/AN/706 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Introduce the art of video post-production.
 Create better understanding of editing technique used to construct stories and explore theory
and practice of various editing styles.
Course Content:
a. Understanding Video Editing and VFX
b. Understanding Tools and UI
c. Importing files
d. Keyframe Velocity for animation
e. Trimming, Modes, Masks, Mattes & Stencils
f. Composting 3D Renders
g. Using Effects
h. Create Project-1
i. Create Project-2

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

TEXTURING & RENDERING- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/707 Credit Units: 06


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable student to create strong, narrative illustrations & animation in 3D.
 Explore advance 3D rendering tools and techniques of texture and rendering.

Course Content:
Now these days advanced techniques are used in PBR texturing. We will use advanced texturing
Software like Substance Painter for this course. And foe Advanced rendering we use Substance
Painter IRAY, and rendering in Maya.We will use Maya Arnold.
a. PBR
b. Importing Meshes
c. Importing Textures
d. Texture Sets
e. Baking Textures
f. Working With Layers
g. Understanding Materials
h. Painting Brush Settings
i. Using particle Brushes
j. Masking
k. Using Generator and Filters
l. Smart Materials
m. Exporting Textures

Rendering
a. Understanding Arnold
b. Importing textures
c. Creating Shades
d. Creating Lights
e. Rendering

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Animation & Multimedia)


Total Nomenclature Max. Marks Time
Credit of the paper Allowed
Paper No. Course Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/AN/803 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/AN/804 05 Rigging & 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Animation- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AN/805 05 Digital 60 (Exam)
Paper-V Sculpting- II 40 18 Hours
BVA/AN/806 05 Video Editing & 60 (Exam)
Paper-VI VFX- II 40 18 Hours
Paper-VII BVA/AN/807 05 Show Real 100
BVA/AN/808/(A) 02 (A)3D Clay
Paper-VIII BVA/AN/808/(B) Modelling
BVA/AN/808/(C) Portfolio
Elective (B)Silk Screen
(Any One) (C)Mural 100 Submission
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
METHOD AND MATERIALS

Course Code: BVA/AN/403 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to deliver the basics of computer and its application in terms of
theoretical knowledge.
Course Content:
a. Knowledge of Z-Brush, Maya, Substance painter
b. Knowledge of Rigging and Animation, VFX.

RIGGING & ANIMATION- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/804 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Strengthen animation skills utilizing animation toolsets in Maya.
 Develop understanding of the concept of skins & how they deform with joint- movement and
animation.

Course Content:
This course covers the basic principles of animation, and provides students with the basic
understanding of timing. Students learn the fundamentals of weight and its direct relation to timing.
They also learn to animate basic bouncing, wave motion, and a simple jump. Students are introduced
to the animation toolsets in Maya
a. Create advanced rigs
b. Create bland shapes
c. The principals of animation.
d. Practical animation workflow
e. Post poses and straight forward animation
f. Lip-syncing and facial animation

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DIGITAL SCULPTING- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/805 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Explore the different methods of creating 2D & 3D models utilizing Zbrush.
 Relate traditional sculpture principles of form, material & site and utilize 3D modelling to
virtually give rise to an installation or sculpture.

Course Content:
a. Dyna mesh
b. Fiber Mesh
c. Micro Mesh
d. Nano Mesh
e. Array Mesh
f. Posing Your Model
g. Topology
h. Exporting Your Model
i. Undo History

VIDEO EDITING & VFX- II

Course Code: BVA/AN/806 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Develop thorough working knowledge of video editing softwares, formats and principle.
 Enable to do professional style colour correction and create high quality motion graphic.
 Expose to students to post production techniques like text animation, VFX, time tracking, etc.

Course Content:
a. Video Composition Creation
b. Text Animation for Create Titles
c. Applying & Using Effects
d. Digitizing & Importing
e. Colour & Keying, Time & Tracking
f. Rotoscoping
g. Create Project-3
h. Create Project-4

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Programme Code: BVA

SHOWREEL

Course Code: BVA/AN/807 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to:
 Enable students in designing and creatively documenting the artworks in the form of an
animated or audio visual portfolio.

Course Content:
a. Manage Portfolio
b. Understanding Show reel
c. Finalizing Work for Show reel
d. Create 3d Work Show reel
e. Create After effect Show reel

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

4th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/401 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/402 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/SC/403 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/SC/404 05 60
(Practical) Drawing 40 Portfolio
Paper-V BVA/SC/405 05 Life Study 40 60 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-VI BVA/SC/406 05 Composition 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper- BVA/SC/407 05 60 Member (from outside
VII Ceramics 40 OR other department of
Paper- BVA/SC/408/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 the University to act as
VIII BVA/SC/408/(B) Graphics External)
BVA/SC/408/(C)
Elective (B)Etching Two Internal Members
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 (from the Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIAL

Course Code: BVA/SC/403 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give awareness and better understanding about the advance
techniques and material of Sculpture.

Course Content:

a) Clay types of clay and their use: preparations of natural earth clays and their storage,
shrinkage, porosity use of grog and quartz, terracotta as a sculptural medium, mixing of
various clays suitable for terracotta baking methods. .

b) Plaster of Paris: its properties advantage and disadvantage, different ways of reinforcing
the plaster molding and casting, surface treatment of plaster.

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 New Hand Book For Potters by Nirmala Patwardhan
 Mritika Udhyog Hirender Ghosh
 MurtiKala Hastpustika

Western
Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Deniel Roades
Sculpture: Principles and Practice By Louis Slobodkin
Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SC/404 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: enhance the drawing skills with the various medium so that the
student may get better understanding of observing things and their surroundings. Train student for
handling various medium, with special focus on technical aspect of drawing. i.e. gravitational force,
perspective, proportions etc.

Course Content:
Drawing of life, cast and surrounding with proper light and shaded. (With the pencil, and charcoal)

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 Figure Made Easy By Aditya Chari
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

LIFE STUDY

Course Code: BVA/SC/405 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: provide basic understanding of human anatomy and train student to
copy the replicas so that they may understand the elements of sculpture, which are important for three
dimensional articulation of a human body.
Course Content:

Study of eyes, lips, nose, Ear , leg, hand , (first 3 weeks)


Study of a torso (male/female /)infant from replica (3 weeks)

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri

References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/SC/406 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: enhance basic understanding of sculptural composition with
aesthetical approach .Introduce student with the limitations of three dimensional representation with
special focus on its technicalities and aesthetic aspects.

Course Content:

1- Composition through basic geometric shape. 2 weeks ( cast with plaster / cement )
2- Creation of a composition from objects 2 weeks ( cast with plaster / cement )
3- Creation of a composition from four basic figures. (Animal) 2 weeks ( carving in plaster /
cement )
4- Creation of a composition from four basic figures (Human) 2 weeks one in assemblage
5- Create a composition in wood (three weeks)
Text & References:
Text:
Western
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
 Modelling and sculpting Animal by Edouard Lanteri

Ceramics
Course Code: BVA/SC/407 Credit Units: 05
Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: familiar students with the direct handling of clay, elementary
techniques, materials and Machines.
Course Content:

1- Clay and clay bodies preparation


2- Creation of utilities object /pots/sculpture in pinching, Coil method and slab method
2- Introduction of firing and glazing.

Text & References:


Indian
 New Hand Book For Potters by Nirmala Patwardhan
 Mritika Udhyog Hirender Ghosh
 MurtiKala Hastpustika

Western
Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Deniel Roades

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

5th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/501 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/502 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/SC/503 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/SC/504 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/505 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/506 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper- BVA/SC/507 05 60 OR other department of
VII Ceramics 40 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/SC/508/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 External)
VIII BVA/SC/508/(B) Graphics Two Internal
BVA/SC/508/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
METHOD AND MATERIAL

Course Code: BVA/SC/503 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give awareness and better understanding about the advance
techniques and material of Sculpture with historical references.

Course Content:
A) Cement: its properties, different proportion of sand cement, armature, laminations and
durability, methods of working directly, texture and finishing.

B) Wood: nature and types of wood, its growth and process of seasoning use of various tools
and equipment, blocking out toughening and hollowing surface treatment for
Preservation: mixed methods: new approaches.

C) Studio management

1- Requirements of a sculpture studio.

2- Tools and material management

3- Safety issues and equipment of safety

4- Cleaning and sweeping of (studio) working place

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 MurtiKala Hastpustika

Western
 Living materials : a sculptor's handbook / Oliver Andrews. Andrews
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SC/504 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: enhance the drawing skills with the various medium so that the
student may get better understanding of observing things and their surroundings. Train student for
handling various medium, with special focus on technical aspect of drawing. i.e. gravitational force,
perspective, proportions etc.
Course Content:
Drawing of life, cast and surrounding with proper light and shaded. (With water, poster, crayon, oil
and dry pastel)

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 Figure Made Easy By Aditya Chari
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

LIFE STUDY

Course Code: BVA/SC/505 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: provide basic understanding of human anatomy and train student to
copy the replicas so that they may understand the elements of sculpture, which are important for three
dimensional articulation of a human body. Besides the enhance capacity of grasping facial
expression, mood and posture of the model
Course Content:
1- Study of a torso from replica (2 weeks Cast in plaster )
2- Study of portrait from a replica (first 1 weeks)
3- Study of portrait from a live model (first 1 weeks)
3- Study of skull, head from replica (first 2 weeks Cast in cement)

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri

References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/SC/506 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: enhance basic understanding of
sculptural composition with aesthetical approach .Introduce student with the limitations of three
dimensional representations with special focus on its technicalities and aesthetic aspects

Course Content:

1- Creation of a composition from four basic figures. (Animal) 5 weeks (cast in plaster/cement /
terracotta / FRP)
2- Creation of a composition from four basic figures (Human) 6 weeks (cast in plaster/cement /
terracotta / FRP)
3- Create a composition in Stone (three weeks)

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
 Modelling and sculpting Animal by Edouard Lanteri

CERAMICS

Course Code: BVA/SC/407 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: familiar students with the direct handling of clay, elementary
techniques, materials and Machines.

Course Content:
1- Throwing on potter wheel (Submission 4 works)
2- Creation of utilities objects /pots/sculpture in throwing, pinching, Coil method and slab
method.
3 Firing and glazing.

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 New Hand Book For Potters by Nirmala Patwardhan
 Mritika Udhyog Hirender Ghosh
 MurtiKala Hastpustika
Western
Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Deniel Roades

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

6th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/601 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/602 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/SC/603 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/SC/604 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/605 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/606 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper- BVA/SC/607 05 60 OR other department of
VII Ceramics 40 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/SC/608/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 External)
VIII BVA/SC/608/(B) Graphics Two Internal
BVA/SC/608/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIAL

Course Code: BVA/SC/603 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give awareness and better understanding about the advance
techniques and material of Sculpture with historical references.

Course Content:
I) Analysis of fundamentals of sculpture.
II) - Stone: nature and types of stones limitations and their strength, use of various tools and
equipment’s, methods of polishing.
III) - enlarging and pointing: enlarging and reducing devise i.e. the basic principle of
enlargement: methods of adjusting: pointing compass and taking points for copying sculpture.

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 MurtiKala Hastpustika
Western
 Living materials : a sculptor's handbook / Oliver Andrews. Andrews
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SC/604 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: enhance the drawing skills with the
various medium so that the student may get better understanding of observing things and their
surroundings. Train student for handling various medium, with special focus on technical aspect of
drawing. i.e. gravitational force, perspective, proportions etc.
Course Content:
Drawing of life, cast and surrounding with proper light and shaded. (With Water colour)
Text & References:
Text:
Indian
 Figure Made Easy By Aditya Chari

Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

LIFE STUDY

Course Code: BVA/SC/605 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: provide basic understanding of
human anatomy and train student to copy the replicas so that they may understand the elements of
sculpture, which are important for three dimensional articulation of a human body. Besides the
enhance capacity of grasping facial expression, mood and posture of the model.

Course Content:

Study of life and portrait from a live given model (6 weeks)


Text & References:
Text:
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/SC/606 Credit Units: 05

Course objective: The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: enhance basic
understanding of sculptural composition with aesthetical approach .Introduce student with the
limitations of three dimensional representations with special focus on its technicalities and aesthetic
aspects.
Course Content:

1- Creation of a composition from four figures/objects( 5 weeks ) (cast in plaster/cement /


terracotta / FRP)

2- Creation of a composition from four figures ( 6 weeks ) (cast in plaster/cement / terracotta /


FRP)

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
 Modelling and sculpting Animal by Edouard Lanteri

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

CERAMICS

Course Code: BVA/SC/607 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: familiar students with the direct
handling of clay, elementary techniques, materials and Machines.

Course Content:

1- Throwing on potter wheel (Submission 4 works )


2- Creation of utilities object /pots/sculpture in throwing , pinching ,Coil method and slab
method
3- Firing and glazing.

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 New Hand Book For Potters by Nirmala Patwardhan
 Mritika Udhyog Hirender Ghosh
 MurtiKala Hastpustika

Western
Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Deniel Roades

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

7th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/701 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/702 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
BVA/SC/703 02 Method & (Exam)
Paper-Ill Materials 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-IV BVA/SC/704 05 60 Portfolio
(Practical) Drawing 40 Submission/Jury/Viva
Paper-V BVA/SC/705 05 Life Study 40 60 One OR Two External
Paper-VI BVA/SC/706 05 Composition 40 60 Member (from outside
Paper- BVA/SC/707 05 60 OR other department of
VII Animation 40 the University to act as
Paper- BVA/SC/708/(A) 02 (A)Computer 60 External)
VIII BVA/SC/708/(B) Graphics Two Internal
BVA/SC/708/(C) Members (from the
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 40 Department)
28 Total Marks 260 540 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

METHOD AND MATERIAL

Course Code: BVA/SC/703 Credit Units: 02


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give awareness and better understanding about the advance
techniques and material of Sculpture with historical references.

Course Content:
Ceramics /pottery: history technique, clay bodies, firing and glaze kilns Studio management
1- Requirements of a sculpture studio.
2- Tools and material management
3- Safety issues and equipment of safety
4- Cleaning and sweeping of (studio) working place

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 New Hand Book For Potters by Nirmala Patwardhan
 Mritika Udhyog Hirender Ghosh
 MurtiKala Hastpustika
Western
Clay and Glazes for the Potter by Deniel Roades

DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SC/704 Credit Units: 05


Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: enhance the drawing skills with the
various medium so that the student may get better understanding of observing things and their
surroundings. Train student for handling various medium, with special focus on technical aspect of
drawing. i.e. gravitational force, perspective, proportions etc.
Course Content:
Drawing of life, cast and surrounding with proper light and shaded. (With Oil colour)

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 Figure Made Easy By Aditya Chari

Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

LIFE STUDY

Course Code: BVA/SC/705 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give the technical and manual knowledge of sculptural scaled
replication.

Course Content:

1- Study of life and portrait from a live given model (6 weeks) scale modelling and
enlargement. Introduction of pantograph and pointing machine

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
 Living materials : a sculptor's handbook / Oliver Andrews. Andrews

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/SC/706 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: encourage students to develop in
form and concept on the basis of their own creativity and aesthetic sense.

Course Content: Creation of a composition on the basis of their own imagination 11 weeks

Text & References:

Text:
Western
 Concise History of Mordern Sculpture By Herbert Read

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

Animation

Course Code: BVA/SC/707 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give knowledge of computer software and techniques which are
useful for 2 D and 3 D animation

Course Content:
Introduction of 2D animation: basics of photo shop

Text & References:

Text:

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

8th Semester (Sculpture)

Total Nomenclature of Max. Marks Time


Course Credit the paper Allowed
Paper No. Code (Exam)
Internal External
Paper-I BVA/HA/801 02 (Exam)
(Theory) History of Art 20 80 3 Hours
Paper-II BVA/AS/802 02 Aesthetics 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-Ill BVA/SC/803 02 Method & Materials 20 80 3 Hours (Exam)
Paper-IV BVA/SC/804 05 60 (Exam)
(Practical) Drawing 40 18 Hours
Paper-V BVA/SC/805 05 Life Study 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper-VI BVA/SC/806 05 Composition 40 60 18 Hours (Exam)
Paper- BVA/SC/807 05
VII Animation 100
Paper- BVA/SC/808/(A) 02 (A)Computer
VIII BVA/SC/808/(B) Graphics
BVA/SC/808/(C) Portfolio
Elective (B)Etching
(Any One) (C)Assemblage 100 Submission
28 Total Marks 380 420 800

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
METHOD AND MATERIAL

Course Code: BVA/SC/803 Credit Units: 02

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give awareness and better understanding about the advance
techniques and material of Sculpture with historical references.

Course Content:
I)- copper and its alloys : metals and aluminium etc. melting points of different metals , properties of
bronze, preparation of modelling wax and resins, making of model with or without core, arranging of
runner, risers vents and core supports , preparing a mould with refectory compound de waxing the
cleaning and finishing , furnaces, patina and treatment .
II) - welding: oxyzen and acetylene welding and its scope for sculptural material and equipment used,
electric welding for nonferrous metal.
III) - restoration and preservation of sculpture in different media, exhibition display and lighting for
sculpture pieces. Role of art galleries and Museum.
IV) Studio management

1 Requirements of a sculpture studio.

2 Tools and material management

3 Safety issues and equipment’s of safety

4 Cleaning and sweeping of (studio) working place

5 Working system in a studio

6 15 drawing and five hundred sketches in each semester


7 4 life study (plaster/cement casted)
8 9 compositions (plaster or cement casted, Terracotta) at least one in wood
9 4 assignments (Animation /ceramics /assemblage)

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
Cire perdue casting in India by MV Krisanan
DhatuMurti Shilp Vidhan By Prof. P Chand Vinod
MurtiKala Hastpustika

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA
DRAWING

Course Code: BVA/SC/804 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: The objective of the course is to: enhance the drawing skills with the
various medium so that the student may get better understanding of observing things and their
surroundings. Train student for handling various medium, with special focus on technical aspect of
drawing. i.e. gravitational force, perspective, proportions etc.
Course Content:

Drawing of life and cast with proper light and shed. (With acrylic colour)

Text & References:


Text:
Indian
 Figure Made Easy By Aditya Chari

Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
References:
 Anatomy for Sculptors: Understanding the Human Form Book by Sandis Kondrats and Uldis
Zarins
 Animal Anatomy for Artists: The Elements of FormEliot Goldfinger

LIFE STUDY

Course Code: BVA/SC/805 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give the technical and manual knowledge of sculptural scaled
replication.
Course Content:

1- Study of life and portrait from a live given model (6 weeks) scale modelling and
enlargement. Introduction of pantograph and pointing machine

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard
 Modelling and sculpting the human figure by Edouard Lanteri
 Living materials: a sculptor's handbook / Oliver Andrews. Andrews

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

COMPOSITION

Course Code: BVA/SC/806 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: encourage students to develop in form and concept on the basis of
their own creativity and aesthetic sense.

Course Content:

Creation of a composition on the basis of their own imagination 11 weeks (at least one in wood or
stone)

Text & References:


Text:
Western
 Concise History of Mordern Sculpture By Herbert Read

ANIMATION

Course Code: BVA/SC/807 Credit Units: 05

Course objective:
The objective of the course is to: give knowledge of computer software and techniques which are
useful for 2 D and 3 D animation

Course Content:
Introduction of 3 D animation. Stop motion, digital painting

Text & References:

Note: Course content for Elective Courses will be developed by the module teacher

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Bachelor of Visual Arts
(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ARTS

List of Panel of Experts/External Examiners/Jury/Paper Setter/Guest for


Talk/Consultant etc.
Name Class Subject

Sculpture

1. Mr. Brijmohan Sharma, HOD, Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Sculpture, College of Art, 20-22, Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi.
2. Mr. RajendraTiku (Prof.) Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Department of Sculpture, College Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
of Art, Jammu
3. Sh. Manmadho Rao, Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Government Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
College of Art, Chandigarh.
4. Sh. Vishal Bhatnagar, Sculptor Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Government Museum & Art, Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Galley, Chandigarh.
5. Mir Imtiyaz (HOD) Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Fine Art Faculty, JMI, New Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Delhi. Ph.09312310847
6. Professor M.G.Kidwai Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Fine Art Faculty, JMI, New Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Delhi. Ph.09868823585
7. Sh. Kripal Singh, Associate Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, College of Art, New Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Delhi. Ph.9811178999.
8.SM Javed, Associate Prof. JMI, Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
New Delhi Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
9. George Martin P.J Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Contemporary Artist, Theory Subjects in Sculpture.
Painter,Sculptor and Installation
artist, New Delhi.
10.Sushma Singh Professor Sculpture (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
MDU, Rohtak Theory Subjects in Sculpture.

Applied Art

1.Prof. D.S.Kapoor Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Former Princial Govt. College Of Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Art, Chandigarh. Art.
2.Prof. Mukata Devi Mohite, Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

HOD, Dept. of Fine Art, RTM, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied


Nagpur University, Nagpur, Art.
Maharastra.
3.Prof. AnandJaiswal, Fine Art Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Dept. Kurukshetra University, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Kurukshetra. Art.
4. Dr.Bijender Chauhan, Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Associate Professor, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
College of Art, 20-22, Art.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi
5. Parmod Kumar Arya, Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
College of Art, Chandigarh Art.
6. Sh. Kumar Jigishu, Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
College of Art, Art.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi
7. Sh. Anil Sharma, Deputy Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Director Arts, DPR Punjab, Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Chandigarh Art.
8. Hafiz Ahamad (HOD) Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Associate Professor Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Fine Art Faculty, JMI, New Art.
Delhi.
9. Bupesh Chandra Little Asst. Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, College of Art and Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Craft, Lucknow. Art.
10. Sh. HiralalPrajapati Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
HOD, Visual Arts, BHU. Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Art.
11.Sh. Gautam Dutta, Asst. Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
professor Central University Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Assam, Silchar Art.
12.Sh. Anand Shinde Asst. Applied Art (All All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Govt. Art College Batches) Theory Subjects in Applied
Chandigarh. Art.

Graphics (Print Making)

1-Sh. Rakesh Bani, Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in Graphics
Kurukshetra University, (Printmaking).
2-Sh. IshwarDayal, Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Government Theory Subjects in Graphics
College of Art, Chandigarh. (Printmaking).
3-Sh. Nirmal Prakash, Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Government Theory Subjects in Graphics
College of Art, Chandigarh. (Printmaking).
4-Mr. RajanFulari, Studio Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

Incharge, Lalit Kala Akadami, Theory Subjects in Graphics


Garihi Studio, New Delhi. (Printmaking).
5-Sh. Sukhwinder Singh, Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in Graphics
Appejay Institute of Design, (Printmaking).
Tuglakabad, Delhi.
6-Sh. Jayant Gajera, Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Appejay Theory Subjects in Graphics
Institute of Design, Tuglakabad, (Printmaking).
Delhi.
7- Sh. Sanjeev Gautam Associate Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Dept. of Fine Art, Theory Subjects in Graphics
Lucknow University, Lucknow. (Printmaking).
Ph:09307029421
8. Prof. Anant Nikam, Sir Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
J.J.School of Arts, Mumbai. Theory Subjects in Graphics
Ph.9820512352. (Printmaking).
9. Vijay Bagodi Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Prof.M.S.University, Baroda. Theory Subjects in Graphics
(Printmaking).
10. Sunil Darji Associate Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Graphics Theory Subjects in Graphics
M.S.U.Baroda (Printmaking).
11.Debraj Goswami Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Asst.Professor M.S.U.Baroda. Theory Subjects in Graphics
(Printmaking).
12.Anil Majumdar Studio In- Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
charge printmaking, Konoria Art Theory Subjects in Graphics
Centre Ahemdabad. (Printmaking).
13.Shalil Sahani Associate Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Kala bhawan Theory Subjects in Graphics
Vishwabharti Shantiniketan. (Printmaking).
14.Surender K Mishra Graphics (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professional Artist Printmaker, Theory Subjects in Graphics
New Delhi (Printmaking).
15.Sanjay Kumar Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor MDU, Rohtak Theory Subjects in Painting.

Painting

1. Mr. Abvhiumanu V.G Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
(Associate Professor.), H.O.D Theory Subjects in Painting.
Department of Painting, College
of Art, New Delhi.
2.Smt. Jaya Daronde, Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Kurukshetra Theory Subjects in Painting.
University,Kurukshetra

3.Smt. JyotikaSehgal, Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and

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Programme Code: BVA

Associate Professor, Theory Subjects in Painting.


College of Art.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi
4. Sh. Madan Lal, Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, State Institute of Theory Subjects in Painting.
Fashion Technology, Mohali
5.Sh. R.M Singh, Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Eminent Artist, H. No. 367, Theory Subjects in Painting.
AOT complex, Sector-48 A,
Chandigarh.
6.Sh. VineyWadhera Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Sr. Visualizer, eminent artist Theory Subjects in Painting.
N T TT I, Sector 26
Chandigarh.
7.Sh. Pankaj Saroj, Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Government Theory Subjects in Painting.
College of Art, Chandigarh.
8. Sh. K.Ramesh Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in Painting.
College of Art.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi
9. Sh. Laxman Prasad, Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, IGNOU, New Delhi. Theory Subjects in Painting.
Ph.09891086016. e-mail-
lakshaman.mau@gmail.com
10. Tahir Siddiqe, Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, IGNOU, New Delhi. Theory Subjects in Painting.
Ph: 09891674773.
11.Dr.Manisha Patil, HOD Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
History of art Dept. Ex. Dean, Sir Theory Subjects in Painting.
J.J.School of Art, Mumbai. Ph:
9819410590.
12.George Martin P.J Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Contemporary Artist, Painter, Theory Subjects in Painting.
Sculptor and Installation artist
New Delhi.
13.Joydip Sengupta Assistant Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Amity University, Theory Subjects in Painting.
Kolkata
14.Rahul Mukherjee Professional Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Artist Baroda Gujrat Theory Subjects in Painting.
15.Prashant Sahoo Professor, Painting (All Batches) All the Practical Subjects and
Kala Bhawan Vishwabharti Theory Subjects in Painting.
Shantiniketan.

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

Foundation course

1.Sh. Bheem Malhotra, Assistant All the Practical Subjects and


Professor, 1st Year Foundation Theory Subjects in
College of Architecture, Foundation Course.
Chandigarh.
2. Anil Gupta, Assistant 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Rajasthan School of Theory Subjects in
Art, Jaipur Foundation Course.
3.Sh. Narinder Pal Singh, 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Eminent Artist, Theory Subjects in
New Delhi. Foundation Course.
4.Sh. Madan Lal, 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in
State Institute of Fashion Foundation Course.
Technology, Mohali.
5.Sh. Manish Khare, 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Sculptor, PGI, Rohtak. Theory Subjects in
Foundation Course.
6.Sh. Sukhwinder Singh, 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in
Appejay College of Art Foundation Course.
New Delhi.
7. Sh. Inderjit Gupta, Retd. 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Govt. College of Art, Theory Subjects in
Chandigarh. Foundation Course.
8.Ravinder Sharma 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Govt. Theory Subjects in
College of Art, Chandigarh. Foundation Course.
9. Sh. K.Ramesh 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, Theory Subjects in
College of Art. Foundation Course.
Tilak Marg, New Delhi

10. Sh. Ishwar Gupta Assistant 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Aligarh University, Theory Subjects in
Aligarh. Ph.9412563166. Foundation Course.

11.Sh. Sanjay Sharma contract 1st Year Foundation All the Practical Subjects and
faculty college of art Delhi. Theory Subjects in
Foundation Course.

Animation & Multi Media

1.Sh. Amarjit Singh Virdi, Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
Eminent Animator, H. No. Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
2236Sector44 C, and Multimedia.
Chandigarh
2. Sh. Manpal Singh Sitia, Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and

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(Specialisation: Painting /Applied Arts/Animation & Multimedia/ Sculpture)
Programme Code: BVA

H. No: 1847, Sector -49 D, Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation


Narwana Society, Chandigarh and Multimedia.

3 Sh. Kapil Kaushik Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
Faculty Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
MAC Animation Centre and Multimedia.
Chandigarh.
4.Sh. Sharad Bhardwaj Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
3D Animator Gaming Company, Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
Ludhiyana and Multimedia.
5.Sh. HemantShrivastava Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
Asst. Professor, Animation, Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
Amity University, Noida and Multimedia.
6.Sh. VarunSahai Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
Asst. Professor, Animation, Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
Amity University, Noida. and Multimedia.
7.Sh. Kaushik Lohani Asst. Animation (All All the Practical Subjects and
Professor, Animation, Amity Batches) Theory Subjects in Animation
University, Noida. and Multimedia.

Art History and Aesthetics

1.Sh. Ravinder Sharma, Assistant B. F. A all Classes History of Art , Aesthetics


Professor, Govt. College of Art,
Chandigarh
2. Dr.Gagandeep kaur, Associate B. F. A all Classes History of Art , Aesthetics
Professor, Govt. College ,
Ambala
3.Dr.Guneeta Chadha B. F. A all Classes History of Art , Aesthetics
HOD, Fine Art, Associate
Professor, Post graduate college
for girls, Chandigarh.
Ph.9815220220.
e-mail-
chaahaguneeta@yahoo.in
4.Sh. Rishi Raj Tomer B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,
T.G.T Fine Art in Govt. Modal Method and Materials All
High School, Chandigarh Discipline.
Administration, #3401 sec-37-D,
Chandigarh. Ph.09996756271.
5.Sh. Kartikey Chandra B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,
Asst. Professor, Ansal University, Method and Materials All
Gurgoan. Discipline.
6.Ms. Geetika Kaw Kher Asst. B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,
Professor, Animation, Amity Method and Materials All
University, Noida. Discipline.

7.Ms. Deepanjali Dayal Asst. B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,


Professor, IC college Rohtak. Method and Materials All

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Programme Code: BVA

Discipline.

8.Sh. Sumit B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,


(Ex. Guest faculty) Method and Materials All
Visual Arts, SUPVA Discipline.
Advertising Theory
9.Sh. Loveneesh Sharma B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,
(Ex. Guest faculty) Method and Materials All
Visual Arts, SUPVA Discipline.
10.Dr. Manisha Patil B. F. A all Classes History of Art, Aesthetics,
Ex. Dean Professor Sir J.J.School Method and Materials All
of Arts. Mumbai Discipline.

Interior Design

1. Ar. ShaliniSheoran Interior Design (All All the Practical Subjects and
Lecturer, UPA, SUPVA, Batches) Theory Subjects in Interior
Rohtak. Design.
2. Ar. Ajay Kaushik Interior Design (All All the Practical Subjects and
HOD, UPA, SUPVA, Batches) Theory Subjects in Interior
Rohtak. Design.
3. Ar. Ajaybahu Joshi Interior Design (All All the Practical Subjects and
Assistant Professor, UPA, Batches) Theory Subjects in Interior
SUPVA, Rohtak. Design.
4. Ar. Saurabh Mittal Interior Design (All All the Practical Subjects and
Free Lance Interior Batches) Theory Subjects in Interior
Designer and Architect, Design.
Chandigarh.
5. Ar. Vijay Prakash Interior Design (All All the Practical Subjects and
Associate Prof. (Guest Batches) Theory Subjects in Interior
Faculty), SUPVA, Rohtak Design.

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