Mission Statement of the Program

To establish our influence as a regional leader of quality aesthetics with a deeper appreciation of the nature, human expression and experience; providing distinctive artistic, practical, professional, technical and educational opportunities to respond to the challenges of ever emerging technologies and expanding range of art & its form.


Based on the requirements of fine arts majors for basic education, the BS Visual Art enhances the basic ability of students with effective and specific courses, aimed at improving their professional quality and broadening their artistic horizons. It equips them with solid modeling ability and basic theoretical knowledge. It aims that students have the academic skill, analytical ability and vision to create works of art. At the end of their course, it trains students to become practitioners with a meaningful understanding of tradition and information of the contemporary scene.

To attain this, the BS Fine/Visual Art offers a range of courses, which include studio and theory. Divided into Majors of four different disciplines: Painting, Printmaking & Digital Art, Sculpture and Miniature Painting; along with Studio Drawing, Studio Electives, and Fine Art Seminar. Each student of Fine/Visual Art, in the 2nd Year, is introduced to all 4 Major subjects, before choosing one to pursue in the 3rd and 4th years. During this period, Studio Drawing and Fine Art Seminar contribute to developing an individual approach

Scope of the Program

Visual arts majorly included the components, namely sculpture, painting, architecture, poetry, dance, theatre, and music. Practically, this subject is studying visual arts that could be painting, film, architecture, dancing, photography, conceptual art, interior design, etc. Visual Arts is indeed an aesthetic and creative career choice. Aristotle once said that the major objective of art is to exhibit the inner creativity of things and not the outer significance. Aspirants would find many career choices in fine arts such as art director, art therapist, animator, music teacher, multimedia programmer, etc. An imaginative and experimental approach is the major attribute required to become a successful fine artist. Other traits include prolific behavior, quick-witted nature, out-of-the-box thinking, unconventional and resourceful way to work, and much more. In addition, students must be expressive and visionary to find their place in the field of Visual arts.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The graduate of Visual Arts is expected to accomplish the following PEOs.
PEO 01 Use of materials, tools and processes from a variety of media (printmaking, painting, sculpture, ceramic, photography)
PEO 02 Able to compare the traditional and modern art so that they effectively express/appreciate contemporary and latest technologies.
PEO 03 Create a series of original works of art with coherent formal, conceptual, and procedural relationships to one another.
PEO 04 Receptive to unique artistic, practical, professional, technical and educational opportunities to counter the challenges of ever emerging technologies and cater as professionals in the field of art.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

PLOs are the narrower proclamations that explain what are the students expected to learn and be competent to perform during graduation. These narrate to the skills, knowledge, and approach that the students gain during the program.
PLO 01 Be Able to Work as an art educator, to contribute in academia.
PLO 02 Be Able to Prepare and exhibit art at different forums.
PEO 03 Be Able to Expense and establish prices for their master art pieces and exhibit to promote/sell as entrepreneur.
PLO 04 Be Able to Educate the society through their artworks as change agents.
PLO 05 Be Able to Develop an awareness of current professional standards in their chosen media and in the larger field of contemporary to effectively meet or redefine those standards.

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