Fine Arts encompasses subjects such as dancing, design, sculpture, architecture, pottery, interior design, painting, drama and music.
Presently, conventional art forms are being converted into profitable sectors for commercial use. Today, opportunities are increasing at a rapid rate in the fine arts sector. Presently, youth in India is opting for this field to obtain high remuneration, popularity and prestige.
The course duration for various programs are as follows: -
1 year international program in Visual Arts
2 year diploma program in Painting, Textile Design and Photography
3 year Advanced Diploma in fashion design
2 Year Diploma & 1-Year Certificate Course in Computer Graphics
Objective of Studying Fine Arts: -
To offer creative and practical skills to the employer
To help students to develop into artists
Learn interdisciplinary collaboration
Enhance individual interests and potential
The eligibility required for Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts is a higher secondary (10+2) pass. Usually, the course duration for this course is 3-4 years in most of the institutes and universities. Foundation and specialization course are taught in the first and remaining years respectively.
Arts graduates can join various fields such as art studios, advertising companies and publishing houses. Many people are self-employed in this field, which enables them to work on various projects. Other associated fields are product design, manufacturers, online services, publishing houses, software companies and magazines where art graduates can work as art critics or arts specialists. Artists and craftsmen at times work as freelancers and make their living by selling artwork created by them. Mostly in a freelancing jobs acquiring a steady income is not possible. However, people with outstanding talent at times receive outstanding commissions for their exquisite work.