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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

When talking of the past, there were five chief varieties of Fine Arts that existed on this planet. These were: Painting, Sculpture, Music – Theatre & Dance, Poetry and Architecture. In the modern times the field of Fine Arts generally includes some added forms like printmaking, photography, conceptual art and films. Fine Art and Fine Arts although spell the same, but in various educational institutions and in museums, the plural i.e. Fine Arts is mostly associated with visual art forms. If we go by the customary patterns of the academic excellence of Western Europe, Fine Art evolved as an aesthetic art and got segregated from other art fields, which finally served a practical purpose for many. Education in Fine Arts guides students to succeed as innovative professionals in the practice of Arts.

With this study, individuals grasp the necessary skills of imagination; intellectualism and rationality, which ultimately builds students’ personality and contributes to their professional practice. The study of Fine Arts consists of many aspects that put great emphasis on improvements, creativity and shunning of ‘old notions’.

Why Study BFA - Bachelor of Fine Arts?

If you wish to get engrossed in the ever transforming and invigorating world of art; aspire to bring a touch of sheen to your original ideas, creating shades of unique performance in the media (performing arts) – then Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is best suited to your style. From painting to arts (performance based) and working on the mediums such as plaster, metal and for the places like galleries, museums, drawing studios, installation spaces etc. – the realm of Fine Arts is extensive. In Fine Arts, ‘originality’ matters – your unique style becomes a joy for many. The chance to work independently, without any thinking pressure from ‘others’, is always present in the field of Fine Arts. Hence, an academic study in Fine Arts gives individuals enough space and liberty to chalk out their dreams and realize their aspirations. A program in Fine Arts transforms the unpolished minds into creative artists in the fields such as: Community Arts, Graphic Design, Theatre Art Design, Curatorship, Illustration, Research studies, Museums, Art Galleries (public & independent), Higher education Arts, Publishing, Events Management and Teaching (Nationally & Internationally).

What does a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts - BFA hold in store?

The Bachelor Degree (BFA) course of Fine Arts field generally lasts for 3 years with huge involvement in studio program tasks. The course in Fine Arts offers a special training with respect to: Acting, Music, Theatre, Stage Management, TV production, Animation, Drawing, Sculpture, Visual effects, Ceramics, Pottery, Metal working, Painting and Photography.

Vision

The vision of the Department is to introduce in students and community a life-long passion for the visual arts that result in personal and professional artistic pursuits through creative exploration and public engagements.

 

Mission

M 1- To provide creative curriculum, aesthetic development and engaging opportunities to educate learners in the visual arts & design.

M2- To serves as a cultural centre for the campus through creative activity, research, and public engagement.

M3- To develop student’s creative spirit through research and experimentation.

M4- To link curricula with the needs of the job market and provide it with specialized scientific skills.

M5- To emphasis the contemporary and modernity of art through keeping up with every innovative and modern aspect of art and education fields.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’S)–

PEO1:To produce professional artists for undertaking in educational institutes, art colleges and universities.

PEO2: To train students for entrepreneurship and vocational guidance.

 

Program Outcomes (POs) –

PO1: Knowledge of different Fine Arts: Knowledge of painting, photography, sculpture, art is tic craft as media, ceramics and metal as well digital technology such as three-dimensional modeling and printing, to find an a readapt favors the expressive style.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze art problems historically as well as in modern perspectives to arrive at substantiated conclusions using techniques of research, ideas, field survey.

PO3: Development of solutions: Solutions are developed for aesthetic issues or problems so that art curriculum can be designed in a way that artists, professionals, art historians, critics, researchers and students can be benefited.

PO4: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate research techniques and resources to discover new research and give solutions to the artistic problems with an understanding of the limitations.

PO5: Different art techniques: Understanding of applicable techniques and procedures in a multiplicity of pictorial media.

PO6: Historical and contemporary perspectives: Knowledge of varied art forms, painters and art pieces from diverse historical and contemporary contexts.

PO7: Analyses of different art pieces: Art history across ethos and period, numerous perspectives, understanding of ethnic perspective.

PO8: Creativity: Inspire towards creative and experimentations.

PO9: Employability: Offer wide possibilities of employability in the field of artistry, sculpture, printing, photography.

PO10: Art & Society: Apply reasoning in formed by the contextual knowledge to asses socio—cultural & political issues and the consequent responsibilities towards the society.

PO11: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to moral & professional ethics and responsibilities bounded by society.

PO12: Life- long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context o fart field.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’S)-

PSO1: The program BFA empowers the students and enables them to be well-trained and competent in the relevant field, make them a seasoned practitioner who could envision and create master pieces in art by keeping a moderate blend in the traditional and modern aspects of art.

PSO2: This program is designed to train skilled art practitioners who can work independently in a wide range of careers and performance or production opportunities.

 

Course Outcomes (CO’s)

Course Code-ART-101

CO1: After studying the course, a student will be able to recognize the properties of art works.

CO2: Students understand a variety of arty practices, such as the use of color, media, and composition, identify the association between effects and methods in art works, recognize some of the features involved in understanding meaning of arts.

CO3: Students learn principles and elements of painting & Design, Art meaning, concept and paintings, Traditional and Modem mediums and materials.

Traditional and Modem techniques, processes and procedures, used in making painting, sculpture, print – making, mural, graphic design and multimedia art, such as modeling, carving, building, casting, different way of handling of colour pigment (like impasto, glazing, burnishing, drip), etching, relief, surface printing, fresco buono. Frescosecco, etc. Printing processes including computer graphic, etc.

 

BFA Semester-I

 

Course Name: Cultural History of India –I

Course code: BFA-101

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Understand the socio-cultural heritage of India.
  • CO2: Helps to nurture national and international understanding among fine arts students.
  • CO3: Identify difference among various regional traditions and culture of India.

 

Course Name: Drawing

Course code: BFA-102

Course Outcomes:

  • CO1: Develop drawing skills further. Enhance understanding of human anatomy.
  • CO2: Explore thematic, symbolic and conceptual approaches to drawing the figure.
  • CO3: Develop an advanced understanding of pictorial space.

 

Course Name: Still Life

Course Code-BFA- 103

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Understand the concept of composition in visuals, will be able to color and place various forms in given two-dimensional surface.
  • CO2: Help students distributed art space skillfully and apply colors in melodious way.
  • CO3: Demonstrate ability to effectively draw basic and complex geometric and organic forms in space, including linear perspective systems.

 

Course Name: Design

Course Code-BFA- 104

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: The course develop understanding of tools, concepts and approaches connecting with space, phase, object, place, subject, light, movement, context and a harmony between these components and three dimension principles.
  • CO2: Students learn about the principles and elements of design.
  • CO3: Develop design skills further. Enhance understanding of design principles.

 

Course Name: Punjabi-Compulsory -I

Course Code-BFA-105

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Acquire general knowledge and subject expertise, prepare for competitive exams
  • CO2: Enhance communication skills, analytical skills, critical thinking, and knowledge.
  • CO3: After this course, the students will able to understand Punjabi language, culture, history and society.

 

Course Name: History Culture of Punjab -I

Course Code BFA-106

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: The students will gain knowledge about the rise of Sikh-Movement.
  • CO2: The students will understand about the British rule in Punjab.
  • CO3: Gain knowledge about the various phases of freedom – movement.

 

Course Name: English –I

Course Code-ENG-101C

Course Outcome

  • CO1: Help students to acquaint with every day English.
  • CO2: To develop students writing & speaking skills in a professional context as well as sharpen their critical skills.
  • CO3: To foster peak team performance and enhance student’s communications as well as personality so that they may come up as per the demand in the market.

 

Course Name: Art -Journey-I

Course Code-ART-101

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: After studying the course, a student will be able to recognize the properties of art works.
  • CO2: Students understand a variety of arty practices, such as the use of color, media, and composition, identify the association between effects and methods in art works, recognize some of the features involved in understanding meaning of arts.
  • CO3: Students learn principles and elements of painting & Design, Art meaning, concept and paintings, Traditional and Modem mediums and materials.

 

Course Name: Basic of IT

Course Code-BS-101

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Students gain a basic understanding of computer hardware and software
  • CO2: Students use system development, word processing, and spreadsheet and presentation software to solve basic information system problems.
  • CO3: Students can work at home on computer and earn Money

 

Course Name: Environmental Studies

Course Code: EVS-101C*

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to critically examine all sides of environmental issues and how to interact with the environment on both a personal and a social level.
  • CO2: Makes able to recognize the physical, chemical, and biological components of the earth’s systems and show how they function.
  • CO3: Helps to develop a better sense of not only individual organisms, but of the systems in which these organisms live. Students will also see how natural systems and human-designed systems work together, as well as in conflict with each other. 

 

BFA Semester-II

 

Course Name: - Cultural History of India-II

Course Code - BFA-201

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Helps to understand socio-cultural heritage of India and world as well.
  • CO2: Helps to grow national and international understanding among fine arts students.
  • CO3: Emerges employability in elementary & secondary schools, historic sites and Museums etc.

 

Course Name: Clay Modeling (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 202

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Makes understanding of essential tools, its use, functionalities, introduced in the sculpting workflow and concepts.
  • CO2: To prepare individuals to become professional craftsmen in clay sculpture.
  • CO3: Helps in handling of clays and materials that are used in sculptures. The course helps in developing imperative skills and competencies.

 

Course Name: - Print Making (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 203

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Develops skill in creating personal hand-printed art pieces.
  • CO2: Generates an initial level of understanding in the field of printmaking designs, and the manners, tools, as well techniques related with monochromatic prints, relief and simple intaglio processes in printmaking.
  • CO3: Prepares students for self-employments on small scales.

 

Course Name: - Geometry & Perspective Drawing (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-204

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes understand about line segments, angles, and parallel and perpendicular lines in order to create a one point perspective drawing. Students use concepts of horizon and vanishing lines to create drawings.
  • CO2: Makes attentive about creation of Geometrical designs.
  • CO3: Enables the students to understand perspective to see in space and recognize the depiction of three dimensional forms and spheres.

 

Course Name: - Punjabi-Compulsory-II

Course Code - BFA-205

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: The curriculum deepens the understanding of Punjabi language, script writing, which also helps in calligraphy.
  • CO2: Unable to understand Punjabi culture, history and society.
  • CO3: Enhancing communication skill and analytical thinking.

 

Subject: - History culture of Punjab-II

Subject Code - BFA-206

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: The students will gain knowledge about the rise of Sikh-Movement.
  • CO2: The students will understand about the British rule in Punjab.
  • CO3: Gain knowledge about the various phases of freedom – movement.

 

Course Name: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development –II

Course Code: MGTED-21*

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Provides insight to the existing world of start-ups.
  • CO2: The programme provides leading-edge information and abilities.
  • CO3: Helps in developing fascinating products and services to solve problems in a highly indeterminate environment, often under considerable time with very inadequate resources.

 

Course Name: Human Values & Profesional Ethics

Course Code: HVP-201C*

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Helps in exploring ethical values and morals for shaping the character of students for lifetime.
  • CO2: Helps in understanding the importance of professional behavioral practices.
  • CO3: Helps in surviving in the field of art.

 

Course Name: Live- Sketching

Course Code: LS -201

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Prepares students for momentous drawings.
  • CO2: The course helps in creating sense of figure drawing through the sketching of live models.
  • CO3: Helps in creativity and experimentation.

 

Course Name: Art Journey-II

Course Code: ART- 201

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: After studying the course, a student will be able to recognize the properties of art works.
  • CO2: Students understand a variety of arty practices, such as the use of color, media, and composition, identify the association between effects and methods in art works, recognize some of the features involved in understanding meaning of arts.
  • CO3: Students learn principles and elements of painting & Design, Art meaning, concept and paintings, Traditional and Modem mediums and materials.

 

Course Name: English -II

Course Code: ENG-201

Course Outcome

  • CO1: To help students to acquaint with every day English.
  • CO2: To develop students writing & speaking skills in a professional context as well as sharpen their critical skills.
  • CO3: To foster peak team performance and enhance student’s communications as well as personality so that they may come up as per the demand in the market.

BFA Semester-III

 

Course Name: HISTORY & APPRECIATION OF ART

Course Code: BFA-301 

 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Enhances knowledge and helps in emerging appreciation skill of the visual arts, as well as explores art history from prehistoric to contemporary era.
  • CO2: Makes able to establish an understanding of the visual vocabularies, conventional techniques, art manners, sense and values fashioned in historical and cultural backgrounds.
  • CO3: Awakes about different historical art concepts and techniques of appreciation.

 

Course Name: AESTHETICS

Course Code: BFA-302 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Make known of visual composition and aesthetic approaches
  • CO2: Familiarizes the chief complications and features within the modern and contemporary field of art and aesthetics.
  • CO3: Generates understanding of modern and modern aesthetic theories.

 

Course Name: METHODS AND MATERIALS (Painting)

Course Code: BFA-303

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as an artist.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create drawing with greater impact.
  • CO3: To familiarizes with the basic materials and process of painting.

 

Course Name: METHODS AND MATERIALS (Sculpture)

Course Code: BFA-303

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as a Sculptor.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create sculpture with greater impact.
  • CO3: To became familiar with the basic materials and Process of Sculpture.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-304

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

Course Name: Study from full figures (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-305

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provide deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-306

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2: Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-307

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analysing skills as well as helps towards commercial field.

 

Course Name: Computer Graphic (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-308 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Helps to understand the core perceptions of computer graphics, including design algorithms and two dimensional transformations, techniques of clipping, three dimensional graphics as well transformations.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in blending elements of computer graphics and art into one.

 

Course Name: Soft skills-I

Course Code: SKF- 101

Course Outcome:

 

  • CO1: Enhance social skills, empathy, confidence, patience, public speaking, time management, customer service, project management, leadership, emotional intelligence, critical thinking.
  • CO2: Helps in the outdoor survival and bush craft skills.
  • CO3: Helps in developing social and work-life skills as well as personal and emotional well-being, including team work, leadership and communication skill.

 

Course Name: Live – Sketching

Course Code: LS-301

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Prepares students for momentous drawings.
  • CO2: The course helps in creating sense of figure drawing through the sketching of live models.
  • CO3: Helps in creativity and experimentation.

 

Course Name: Aptitude & Reasoning

Course Code: RF- 301

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Develops the skills in today’s workplace environment and provides students with opportunity to develop their ability to work and give quick response/result.
  • CO2: Enables individual to enhance the abilities of an individual to develop their capabilities.
  • CO3: Helps in understanding a particular situation and conditions like situational judgment test & cognitive abilities tec.

BFA Semester-IV

 

Course Name: - History & Appreciation of Art

Course Code – BFA-401

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Introduce to them different styles of artworks, various schools and phases of artworks.
  • CO2: Gain knowledge regarding different artists and their art works.
  • CO3: Students will demonstrate an effective knowledge of visual vocabulary appropriate for careers in the visual arts, architecture, visual studies and the media.

 

Course Name: - Aesthetics

Course Code – BFA-402

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: To understand the six limbs of Indian aesthetics, and the various aspects of aesthetics, such as expression, similitude, Knowledge of form, proportion and artistic manner.
  • CO2: Develop visual and physical control of media used in the application of color concepts & critical thinking and problem solving skills as applies to use the color.
  • CO3: To study in detail about kala (or Art) from the Indian perspective, the element of art: - Line, color, Hue etc and the relationship of art with art & craft, Aesthetic

 

Course Name: - Method & Material (Painting)

Course Code – BFA-403

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as an artist.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create drawing with greater impact.
  • CO3: To became familiar with the basic materials and process of painting.

 

Course Name: - Method & Material (Sculpture)

Course Code – BFA-403

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as a Sculptor.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create sculpture with greater impact.
  • CO3: To became familiar with the basic materials and process of sculpture.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-404

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

 

Course Name: Study from Full Figure (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 405

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provide deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 406

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2: Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 407

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analyzing skills as well as helps towards commercial field.

 

 

Course Name: Computer Graphics (Practical)

Course Code: BFA- 408

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Awaking commercial and mechanical perspectives of arts.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in commercial and applied field of art.

 

Course Name: Soft Skills –II

Course Code: SKF-201

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Enhance social skills, empathy, confidence, patience, public speaking, time management, customer service, project management, leadership, emotional intelligence, critical thinking.
  • CO2: Helps in the outdoor survival and bush craft skills.
  • CO3: Helps in developing social and work-life skills as well as personal and emotional well-being, including team work, leadership and communication skill.

 

Course Name: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development –IV

Course Code: MGTED-41*

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Provides insight to the existing world of start-ups.
  • CO2: The programme provides leading-edge information and abilities.
  • CO3: Helps in developing fascinating products and services to solve problems in a highly indeterminate environment, often under considerable time with very inadequate resources.

 

BFA Semester-V

 

Course Name: HISTORY & APPRECIATION OF ART

Course Code: BFA-501

 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Introduce to them different styles of artworks, various schools and phases of artworks.
  • CO2: Gain knowledge regarding different artists and their art works.
  • CO3: Students will demonstrate an effective knowledge of visual vocabulary appropriate for careers in the visual arts, architecture, visual studies and the media.

 

Course Name: AESTHETICS

Course Code: BFA-502 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: To understand the six limbs of Indian aesthetics, and the various aspects of aesthetics, such as expression, similitude, Knowledge of form, proportion and artistic manner.
  • CO2: Develop visual and physical control of media used in the application of color concepts & critical thinking and problem solving skills as applies to use the color.
  • CO3: To study in detail about kala (or Art) from the Indian perspective, the element of art: - Line, color, Hue etc and the relationship of art with art & craft, Aesthetic.

 

Course Name: METHODS AND MATERIALS (Painting)

Course Code: BFA-503

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as an artist.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create drawing with greater impact.
  • CO3: To became familiar with the basic materials and Process of painting.

 

Course Name: METHODS AND MATERIALS (SCULPTURE)

Course Code: BFA-503

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Utilize a wider array tools and additional materials with greater capacity as a Sculptor.
  • CO2: Students learn new tools and innovate methods to create sculpture with greater impact.
  • CO3: To became familiar with the basic materials and Process of Sculpture.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-504

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

Course Name: Study from full figures (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-505

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provides deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-506  

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2: Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-507 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analysing skills as well as helps towards commercial field.

 

Course Name: Computer Graphic (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-508 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Awaking commercial and mechanical perspectives of arts.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in commercial and applied field of art

 

Course Name: Live sketching

Course Code: LS-501

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Prepares students for momentous drawings.
  • CO2: The course helps in creating sense of figure drawing through the sketching of live models.
  • CO3: Helps in creativity and experimentation.

 

BFA Semester-VI

 

Course Name: - History & Appreciation of Art

Course Code – BFA-601

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: The students will be understand with different styles and development of forms in Indian paintings, artist.
  • CO2: Increase knowledge of western art history.
  • CO3: They will use innovative theoretical and methodological approaches to generate new perspectives. They will demonstrate skills necessary for effective preparation of artwork for public presentation, using a variety of materials and techniques.

 

Course Name: - Aesthetics

Course Code – BFA-602

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: The course generates understanding of modern aesthetic theories.
  • CO2: It also make familiarize the chief complications and features within the modern and features within the modern and contemporary field of art and aesthetics.
  • CO3: Students will demonstrate awareness of the scope and variety of works in the art.

 

Course Name: - Methods & Material (Painting)

Course Code – BFA-603

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Investigate traditional and innovative method to create new artwork.
  • CO2: Knowledge and skills in the use of basic tools, techniques, and processes to work from concept to finished product.
  • CO3: Understanding of the possibilities and limitations of various materials.

 

Course Name: - Methods & Material (Sculpture)

Course Code – BFA-603

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: The preparation of sculpture using the broadest possible range of techniques and concepts.
  • CO2: Easy and regular access to appropriate materials and equipment, such as hand and power tools, foundry and welding equipment, plastic and resin facilities, and other technologies.
  • CO3: Regular opportunities to exhibit original work, which might culminate in the development of a senior exhibition.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-604

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

Course Name: Study from full figures (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-605

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provide deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-606  

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2: Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-607 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analyzing skills as well as helps towards commercial field.

 

Course Name: Computer Graphic (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-608 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1:Awaking commercial and mechanical perspectives of arts.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in commercial and applied field of art

 

Course Name: Live Sketching

Course Code: LS-601

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Prepares students for momentous drawings.
  • CO2: The course helps in creating sense of figure drawing through the sketching of live models.
  • CO3: Helps in creativity and experimentation.

 

BFA Semester-VII

 

Course Name: - History & Appreciation of Art

Course Code – BFA-701

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: The students will be understand with different styles and development of forms in Indian paintings, artist.
  • CO2: Increase knowledge of western art history.
  • CO3: They will use innovative theoretical and methodological approaches to generate new perspectives. They will demonstrate skills necessary for effective preparation of artwork for public presentation, using a variety of materials and techniques.

 

Course Name: - Aesthetics

Course Code – BFA-702

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: The course generates understanding of modern aesthetic theories.
  • CO2: It also make familiarize the chief complications and features within the modern and features within the modern and contemporary field of art and aesthetics.
  • CO3: Students will demonstrate awareness of the scope and variety of works in the art.

 

Course Name: - Methods & Material (Painting)

Course Code – BFA-703

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Investigate traditional and innovative method to create new artwork.
  • CO2: Knowledge and skills in the use of basic tools, techniques, and processes to work from concept to finished product.
  • CO3: Understanding of the possibilities and limitations of various materials.

 

Course Name: - Methods & Material (Sculpture)

Course Code – BFA-703

Course Outcome:

  • CO1:The preparation of sculpture using the broadest possible range of techniques and concepts.
  • CO2: Easy and regular access to appropriate materials and equipment, such as hand and power tools, foundry and welding equipment, plastic and resin facilities, and other technologies.
  • CO3: Regular opportunities to exhibit original work, which might culminate in the development of a senior exhibition.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-704

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

Course Name: Study from full figures (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-705

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provides deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-706  

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2:Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-707

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analysing skills as well as helps towards commercial field

 

Course Name: Computer Graphic (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-708 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Awaking commercial and mechanical perspectives of arts.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in commercial and applied field of art

 

Course Name: EDP

Course Code: MGTED-701

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Provides insight to the existing world of start-ups.
  • CO2: The programme provides leading-edge information and abilities.
  • CO3: Helps in developing fascinating products and services to solve problems in a highly indeterminate environment, often under considerable time with very inadequate resources.

 

BFA Semester-VIII

 

Course Name: History & Appreciation of Art

Course Code – BFA-801

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Students will demonstrate an effective knowledge of visual vocabulary appropriate for careers in the visual arts, architecture, visual studies, and the media.
  • CO2: They will recognize and understand major monuments, artists, methods and theories, and be able to assess the qualities of works of art and architecture in their historical and cultural settings.
  • CO3: Students will be able to locate, interpret and analyze primary and secondary sources relevant to research questions.

 

Course Name: Aesthetics

Course Code – BFA-802

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Develop more sophisticated aesthetic judgment that’s supports the making and understanding of rich meaning in art, through reflection, self-criticism, and the willingness to experiment.
  • CO2: Helps in understanding philosophical aesthetics.
  • CO3: Identify and critically analyze various theories within the topics of the course.

 

Course Name: Methods & Material (Painting)

Course Code – BFA-803

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: From this course, the students will know methods, materials and technical processes which are used in creating visual art and ideas in varied areas.
  • CO2: Knowledge and skills in the use of basic tools, techniques, and processes to work from concept to finished Work.
  • CO3: Regular opportunities to exhibit original work, which might culminate in the development of a senior exhibition.

 

Course Name: Methods & Material (Sculpture)

Course Code – BFA-803

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Advanced abilities in drawing sufficient to support work in sculpture.
  • CO2: Understanding of the possibilities and limitations of various materials.
  • CO3: Easy and regular access to appropriate materials and equipment, such as hand and power tools, wax and welding equipment, Metal and alloy system of casting, and other technologies.

 

Course Name: Portrait (Head Study) (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-804

Course Outcomes:-

  • CO1: Generating skill to create likenesses through live models in different mediums like, chalk, crayons, acrylic, oil and water colours.
  • CO2: Helps in experimentation and analyzing approaches of creating real and imaginative facial features.
  • CO3: Prepares students as professionals and portrait artists.

 

Course Name: Study from full figures (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-805

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Study of human anatomy in different postures and gestures as well varied expressions and behaviors provides deep insight to the students.
  • CO2: Awakes about different perspectives of anatomy.
  • CO3: Generates capability to sketch the human figure observationally, properly applying an understanding of basic drawing skills, postures, proportion and creative anatomy.

 

Course Name: Composition (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-806  

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Provides vast understanding of how to compose in different mediums, perspectives and techniques.
  • CO2: Awaking about different contemporary techniques and media.
  • CO3: Enables students to describe the different themes, concepts and perspectives of paintings.

 

Course Name: Photography (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-807 

Course Outcome:

  • CO1: Makes able to use different devising practices to create new ideas to clarify photographic complications.
  • CO2: Helps in interrelating the content and context; visually, verbally and in writing.
  • CO3: Enhancing analysing skills as well as helps towards commercial field.

 

Course Name: Computer Graphic (Practical)

Course Code: BFA-808 

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1:Awaking commercial and mechanical perspectives of arts.
  • CO2: Prepares students for activities involving in design, development and testing of modeling, rendering, shading and animation.
  • CO3: Helps in commercial and applied field of art

 

Course Name: EDP

Course Code: MGTED-802

Course Outcome:-

  • CO1: Provides insight to the existing world of start-ups.
  • CO2: The programme provides leading-edge information and abilities.
  • CO3: Helps in developing fascinating products and services to solve problems in a highly indeterminate environment, often under considerable time with very inadequate resources.
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BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts)

Eligibility: 10+2 with minimum 50% Marks
Duration: 3 Years
Full Time

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