DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, AURANGABAD - MASTER OF FINE ARTS - Painting /Portraiture DEPARTMENT OF FINE ART Revised Curriculum ...

 
DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, AURANGABAD
                    DEPARTMENT OF FINE ART

                        Revised Curriculum of

           MASTER OF FINE ARTS – Painting /Portraiture
                ( Choice Based Credit & grading system)
W.E.F. ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-17

          Specialization course in “Painting /Portraiture” leading to the Master of Fine Art (M.F.A.- Painting )

 The Curriculum is Planned to further enhance the knowledge and skill of the student while encouraging personal growth based on research in
    various styles of painting , related technology and ideas.
 Regular expertise interaction will help to build a bridge between students and their future mentors from industry.
 There will be three specializations and the student can specialize in one of these specializations. They are: Painting /Portraiture &
   Printmaking
   (Graphic Art ) Once student select his / her Specialization subject, cannot change for whole course.
 The arrangement of visiting staff and regular staff for concern expertise subject to be made by institute according to syllabus.
 The experts / Visiting staff can be Professionals, master craftsmen, artists and traditional artists or from allied subjects.
 While conducting practical assignment attention will be given to develop in students a good professional outlook, apart from academic
   excellence.
 Visits to Design Studio, Advertising Agency, Print Industry, Museums, Temples, Architectural Monuments, Exhibitions, Galleries,
   Professional
   set up, Art and Craft workshop are to be the regular features.
Course Pattern

   Title of Course              Master of Fine Arts – Painting
                                M. F. A. – Painting / Portraiture
   Course Duration              Two Years
   Examination Pattern          Semester Pattern
   Intake Capacity              30 students per year
   Teaching Learning Days       90 Days per Semester
   Eligibility                  B.F.A.- Painting

A. Standard of Passing-
   To pass the candidate must obtain at least 50 % in individual subjects, in internal assessments and University examination in all theory
   and practical subjects.
B. ATKT Rules
   Allow to keep term (ATKT) available for Theory subjects for only.
C. Award of Class
   The system of evaluation will be as follows
Sr.       Equivalent           Grade Points        Grade        Grade description
No        percentage

01.       90.00-100            9.00-10             O           Outstanding

02.       80.00-89.99          8.00-8.99           A ++        Excellent

03        70.00-79.99          7.00-7.99           A+          Exceptional

04        60.00-69.99          6.00-6.99           A           Very Good

05        55.00-59.99          5.50-5.99           B+          Good

06        50.00-54.99          5.00-5.99           B           Fair

07        45.00- 49.99         4.50-4.99           C+          Average

08        40.01-44.99          4.01-4.49           C           Below average

09        40                   4.00                D           Pass

10        < 40                 0.00                F           Fail

      D. Attendance of Students

         This is a Practical oriented Full time Regular course, so 75 % attendance is compulsory / (65% with medical)

      E. Verification / Revaluation
         Verification will be done by panel appointed by Concern University
 Revaluation will be done only for theory papers by panel appointed by concern University, Not for the practical subjects.
   Internal marks will not change. A student cannot claim to repeat or revaluate the internal assessments.
F. Medium of Instruction
   Medium of instruction and Examination will be English as a global language/ Hindi as a national language/ and Marathi for better
   understanding of students.
G. University Terms
   Academic calendar should be follow as per concern University
MFA – Painting / Portraiture/ Print - Making
                                                                                   No. of                        Marks         Total
                                                                                  Hrs. per
                                                                                   Sem. /
                                                                                               Exam.
Sem.      Course         Ref. No               Subject Title             Credit   Minm.
                                                                                                Hrs.     Internal    Exam.
                                                                                  Assessm
                                                                                   ent. /
                                                                                  tutorial

                       Course-01     History of Arts (Indian & Western     04      60 - 05        3         50           50      100
        Foundation
                       Course-02     Philosophy of Arts(Indian &
          Course                                                           04      60 - 05        3         50           50      100
                                     Western )
                       Course-03     Painting / Portraiture (PR)
                                                                         06+1      180 - 05      35         50           50      100
                                     Sessional work / Class Work
 1      Core Course    Course-04     Drawing / Anatomy study (PR)          02       60- 05       12         50           50      100

         Elective      Course-05     Computer Graphic (PR)                 02       60- 05       12         50            50     100
        Compulsory     Course-06     Indian constitution                   02         30          2         50            50     100
          Course       Course-07     Research methodology                  02         30          2         50            50     100
                                                          TOTAL            23        480        -----      350           350     700
       Th 180 hrs + pr 300 hrs = 480hrs – 540 = 60 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
                                     History of Arts (Indian & Western
        Foundation Course-08                                                04       60 -05         3        50          50      100
          Course        Course-09 Philosophy of Arts(Indian &               04       60- 05         3        50          50      100
                                     Western )
 2                     Course-10     Painting / Portraiture (PR)
                                                                         06+1      180- 05       35         50           50      100
                                     Sessional work / Class Work
        Core Course    Course-11     Drawing / Anatomy study (PR)
                                                                           02       60- 05       12         50           50      100
Course-12     Computer Graphic (PR)                                                                     100
       Elective                                                         02       60- 05        12         50         50

     Compulsory      Course-13     Research Projects / Review
                                                                        01         15          2          50         50      100
       Course                      Writing / synopsis writing
                                                           TOTAL        20         435        -----      300        300      600
    Th 135 hrs + pr 300 hrs = 435 hrs – 540 = 105 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
      Foundation     Course-14     Service Course
                                                                        04         60          3          --         --      100
        Course
                     Course-15     Painting / Portraiture (PR)                                         Panal/Ju
3    Core Course                   Sessional work / Class Work          12       360- 10       ---     ry Exam       ---     300
                                                                                                         300
     Compulsory      Course-16     Project / Dissertation
                                                                        04         60         NA         100         ---     100
       Course                      part – 01
                                                            TOTAL       20         480        -----      450         50      500
    Th 120 hrs + pr 360 hrs = 480 hrs – 540 = 60 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour, Conference & Other
                     Course-17     Seminar / Project /                                        Jury
                                                                        20         300                    ---       200      200
                                   Dissertation Part -02                                     Exam
     Core Course
4                    Course-18     Viva-Voce                                                  Jury
                                                                        ---        ---                    ---       100      100
                                                                                             Exam
                                                            TOTAL       20         300        -----      -----      300      300
    Th 300 hrs + pr 00 hrs = 300 hrs – 540 = 240 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour, Conference & Other
                                           GRAND TOTAL                  83       1695        -----      1100      1000       2100
Semester –First
Foundation Course - Course 01
- HISTORY OF ART (ORIANTAL & OCCIDENTAL )

THEROY        50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL              50 , CREDIT       04

ORIANTAL

Comparative survey of evolution of the art painting in the eastern & western culture.
1.Tradition of person Indian only up to the beginning of 19th century and for eastern painting in the indigenous sociopolitical and religion
  context.
2. Analysis of significant master pieces form different periods stylistic conversions and variation themes and their various sources

OCCIDENTAL
 Comparative survey of evolution of the art painting in the eastern & western culture.

 1. Survey of main periods of western painting and sculpture from Paleolithic periods up to the middle of 19 th century.

2. Important artists of various periods significant master pieces, socio-political and religious ideas to the art activity and the thinking

UNIT I

01. Introduction to lranian art
02. Indian styles of Miniature paintings including pala , jain Rajastani pahari etc.
03. Daccani school paintings
04. similarities and difference between Indian and Iranian style of Paintings
05. Comparative study of portraits in Indian miniature painting & Iranian style
06. Comparative study of landscape in Indian miniature painting & Iranian style
07. Comparative study of colours in Indian miniature painting & Iranian style
08. vijaynagara and other southern painting styles
09. Introduction to Indian folk arts
10. company school
BOOKS

    01.   Vidya Dehejiya – Indian art- fidan Publication
    02.   Dictionary of Indian Art & Artists Pratima Sheth Mapin Publish
    03.   Vision 50 Years of British Creativity thames & Hudson
    04.   History of Art by Gajanan Bhagwat , Directorate of Art, Mumbai Publication .

Foundation Course - Course 02
PHILOSOPHY OF ART (ORIANTAL & OCCIDENTAL )

THEROY         50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50, CREDIT                  04

ORIANTAL

1.Indian philosophy aesthetics as related to art

2.fundamenttal of Indian art.

3. Indian attitude to visual arts with special reference to parenting

4. formal aspects in Indian art with special reference to shilpa text.

5.Indian philosophy its principals and religious thoughts and religious thoughts and their relation to arts
6.Indian art- its mythological and socio-political relationship

7. aesthetics concept in Indian art it's sources evolution and scope and their relevance to works to arts.

8. Theory of rasa – rasa sutra and it's commemorators, shadanga ( six limbs of Indian paintings).

OCCIDENTAL

1. Concept of are art and beauty with special reference to thinkers from Plato to moderns and various periods from early to modern

2. theories relating creativity – motion imagination, inspiration play and intuition, imitation pleasure and empathy.

  Fundamental factors in the creative work of art from, content, expression and communication

BOOKS

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    02. keâuee kesâ efmebOoevle – Deej ] peer ] keâefueieJeg[- DevegJeeo [e@] yeÇpeYeg
Painting Extensive studies form life. Studies of human figure draped and undraped in full half and three fourth length studies of various draperies and objects
studies of life in different age groups. Studies on rendering techniques and expression studding of palette for portraiture . then handling and brushing
techniques. Elements, of design in portraiture posing and arranging the model with the background

- characterization of the model Important of the personal approach to drawing and painting and visualizing the organization Compositional analyzing, of
painting emphasis on personal style and expression study of important portraits. Indian and western approach to portraiture . Aesthetics of portrait painting
with a special reference to Indian miniature portraits. Professional aspects of portrait.

Essential practical submission for painting & Portraiture
-size of work not less 3' by 3' and not more than 6'by 6'

- Each finished painting / Portraiture contain 10 marks in First and second semester

- Each finished painting / Portraiture contain 30 marks in Third semester

- at the time of viva- voce student most have to display the practical work of all semester

Core Course – Course 04
Drawing / Anatomy study (PR)

PRACTICAL 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02.
 Drawing level study of representative or non – representative painting art work with different medium .
 Studies of human figure & Anatomy related to portraits painting at drawing level .Same study with different medium .
Extensive studies from life. Studies of human figure draped & undraped in full , half & three fourth length .Studies of various draperies and objects studies
of life in different age groups .Studies on rendering techniques and expression . Element of design in portraiture ,posing and arranging the model with the
background .Characterization of the model .Importance of the personal approach to drawing and visualizing the organization . Emphasis on personal style
and expression .
Elective – Course 05
 Computer Graphics
PRACTICAL 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02.
Study of Computer Software applications used for creating Graphic Design. In first semester student must thoroughly study one of the software to create
Design using vector formats. It is expected to study such application software like CorelDraw, or Adobe Photoshop

Compulsory Course - Course 06.
INDIAN CONSTITUTION (THEORY)
Theory    50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02
Objective of the Subject-
      Introduction to Indian Constitution
      To learn the different aspects of Indian Constitution

Content-

         Chapter 1
         a. Framing of the Indian constitution: Role of the Constituent Assembly
         b. Philosophy of the Constitution: Objectives, resolution, preamble, fundamental rights and duties, Human rights and environmental
         protection.

         Chapter 2
         a. Special rights created in the constitution of Dalits, Back ward classes, Women & Children and religious and linguistic minority’s
         b. Directive principles of State policy: The need to balance fundamental rights with directive principles.

         Chapter 3
         a. Union Execution: president, Prime minister and Counsel of Ministers: Powers and functions, coalition government, problems in their
         working.
         b. Union Legislature: Lok-Sabha and Rajya-Sabha, powers and functions. Recent trends in their functioning.

         Chapter 4
         a. State government: governor, chief minister and council of ministers, legislation
         b. Center - state relation: Political, financial, and administrative: recent trends
Chapter 5
       a. Judiciary: Supreme Court, Judicial review, writs public interest litigations. Enforcing rights through writs
       b. Emergency provision (Article 356)

Reference Book:
Indian Constitution by D Srinivasan, Himalaya Publishing house.
The Constitution of India, H. M. Shirwai,
The Constitution of India, J. N. Pandey, Central Law Agency.

Compulsory Course - Course 07.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
THEORY 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02
Objective of the Subject-
   To learn media research
   Understand the techniques of qualitative and quantitative research
Contents –
      Research: Definitions, Methods, Selection & Formulation of Research Problem, Hypothesis, Sampling,
      Research Designs, Processing & Analysis of data, Statistical Analysis, Findings, Report Writing
      Survey: Meaning, Concept, Utility, Planning, Organizing & Conducting survey, Public Opinion Survey,
      Readership Survey
      Data: Meaning, Kinds - Demographic, Socio - Economic, Socio - Psychological data
      Tools of Data Collection: Questionnaire, Schedule, Interview, Case study, Observation, Content Analysis etc
      Media Research: Measuring Impact, Evaluation, Monitoring, and Feedback
      Market Research: Principles of Market Research, Theories of Segmentation & Positioning, Pre-Testing, Post -Testing

SUGGESTED READINGS:
1. Social Research S R Vajpayee
2. Doing Your Research Project Judith Bell
3. Research Methodology - Methods & C R Kothari Techniques
4. Research Methodology in Social Sandhu & Singh Sciences
5. Communication & Research V P Michael for Management
6. Research in Mass Media S R Sharma & Anil Chaturvedi
7. Research - How to Plan, Clifford Hawkings & Speak & Write About it Macro Sorgi

                                                               Semester –Second
Foundation Course - Course 08
HISTORY OF ART (ORIANTAL & OCCIDENTAL )
THEROY 50 SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 04
ORIANTAL

1.Indian art form mid 19th century onwards per- independence periods and post independence periods
2.sources and experiments in cotemporary Indian art.

OCCIDENTAL
1.western art (Europe and America )form mid19th century onwards till world war II
2. western art post world war II period.
3. contemporary western art- its sources and experiments.
UNIT I

  01. concept school o fart in India
  02. Bengal revival Movement
  03. Progressive artists group
  04. contemporary art in Baroda
05. contemporary art in Mumbai
  06. contemporary art in Culcutta
  07. contemporary art in South India
  08. New Mediums in art in India after 1990
  09. Indian art : gallery, museums , art dealers & Collectors
  10. critical study of Indian postmodern art (Case study )

BOOKS

01 Vidya Deheseya – Indian art fiden Publication

02 Dictionary of Indian Art & Artists Pratima Sheth Mapin Publish

03 Vision 50 Years of British Creativity thames & Hudson

04. History of Art by Gajanan Bhagwat , Directorate of Art, Mumbai Publication .
Foundation Course - Course 09
PHILOSOPHY OF ART (ORIANTAL & OCCIDENTAL )

THEROY        50 SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL              50 CREDIT        04

ORIANTAL

1. Principal of iconography and painting in Indian art.
2. Inter relationship of visual art with perforating art.
3. nature art function of works of art as concerned in Indian aesthetics.
4. staevey of for east tern art china.
5. Taism and vem Bummhism with reference to art.
6. six cannons of Chinese painting
7. modern Indian art- visual analysis and ideological sources.
OCCIDENTAL

1. Movement in painting and sculptures form mid 19th centure to present day with emphasis on the contribution of important masters in Europe
   and America.
2 .modern western art.
3. visual analysis and ideological sources.
4. study of aesthetics and its scope Relationship between actual works of art and the principal of aesthetics of the significant periods of art
   history

BOOKS

    01. meewoÙeËefceceebmee – je] Yee] heešCekeâj – ceewpe ØekeâeMeve
    02. keâuee kesâ efmebOoevle – Deej ] peer ] keâefueieJeg[- DevegJeeo [e@] yeÇpeYeg
Essential practical submission for painting & Portraiture
-size of work not less 3' by 3' and not more than 6'by 6'

- Each finished painting / Portraiture contain 10 marks in First and second semester

- Each finished painting / Portraiture contain 30 marks in Third semester

- at the time of viva- voce student most have to display the practical work of all semester

Core Course - Course 11
Drawing / Anatomy study (PR)
PRACTICAL 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02.
 Drawing level study of representative or non – representative painting art work with different medium .
 Studies of human figure & Anatomy related to portraits painting at drawing level .Same study with different medium .
Extensive studies from life. Studies of human figure draped & undraped in full , half & three fourth length .Studies of various draperies and objects studies
of life in different age groups .Studies on rendering techniques and expression . Element of design in portraiture ,posing and arranging the model with the
background .Characterization of the model .Importance of the personal approach to drawing and visualizing the organization . Emphasis on personal style
and expression .
Elective -Course 12
Computer Graphic
PRACTICAL 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02.
Study of Computer Software applications used for creating Graphic Design. In second semester student must thoroughly study one of the software to create
Design using vector formats. It is expected to study such application software like CorelDraw, or Adobe Photoshop

Compulsory Course - Course 13
THEORY 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 01.
Research projects / Review Writing

   Write a research project (Miner) in consultation with class teacher or Head.(any one -25 mark Internal )
   To take a literature review of a selected subjects / topic & Review that written in your own words / style (Minimum 02 to 03 – 25 mark
    Internal)

                                                                  Semester –Third
Foundation Course - Course 14
Service Course - 04 credits
Exam . Pattern – 100 Marks (50 TH+50 PR)
(Service Course offered in Third or Fourth semester only)
   Introduction to visual Art / Appreciation of Art - Hours 60 , -
   50 Mark TH – University Exam. , 50 Mark PR - IA (Internal - Assessment )
    01. Elements of Art
    02. Fundamental of Art
    03. Color – theory and Practical
    04. Introduction to History of Art (Indian )
    05. Basic study about different Art Schools in India . Viz. Ajanta, Mughul , Rajput Jain. Etc
    06. Basic study about Folk Art
    07. Appreciation of Art
    08. Principals of Art and Design – practical
    09. Drawing and Sketching - Practical
Core Course - Course 15

PAINTING & PORTAITURE ( PRACTICAL )
SESSIONALWORK / CLASS WORK 300 Mark (Jury Exam) CREDIT 12
PAINTING / PORTAITURE
Student must have to submit Minimum ten (10) finished Painting with Preparatory sketches and evaluate ion of this work by internal & External Expert .
Each finished painting / Portraiture contain 30 marks in Third semester

-size of work not less 3' by 3' and not more than 6'by 6'

Compulsory Course - Course 16

Project / Dissertation Part – I
THEORY,      CREDIT 04., 100 MARK.

 Student must have to submit Final synopsis on selected topic of Dissertation . evaluate ion of this work by internal & External Expert . contain 100
marks in Third semester
SEMESTER - Final

Core Course – Course 17

SEMINAR / PROJECT / DISSERTATION PART -II

   Dissertation (theory) Exam . Pattern –Total Mark 200 (Jury Exam)
CREDIT 20

DISSERTATION – (PAINTING / PORTAITURE)
Final semester candidates are required to select a suitable topic for their dissertation

In consultation with the subject teacher and work on it under his guidance or under a guide teacher approved by the University. the dissertation (7000-10000
words)should be prepared in the prescribed manner and handed over (04 copy ) to the concern teacher, through the Head of the Department positively one
months before the commencement of the examination .

Core Course – Course 18
VIVA- VOCE
   Viva- voce Exam . Pattern –Total Mark 100 (Jury Exam)
 Viva- voce examination will be conducted by a panel nominated by the chairman comprising the expert and appropriate external experts from the joint
board of examiners.
Final semester candidates will have to arrange a display of their total class work (Form I to IV Semester) at the time of viva- voce examination along with
dissertation in the Department / examination hall .

Grade Awards :-
 (I) A ten point rating scale shall be used for the evaluation of the performance of the student to provide letter grade for
each course and overall grade for the Masters Programme grade points are based on the total number of marks obtained
by him / her in all the heads of examination of the course . These grade points and their equivalent range of marks are
shown separately in table – I

                                        Table I – Ten point grades and grade description
Sr.      Equivalent             Grade Points Grade                  Grade description
No       percentage
01.      90.00-100              9.00-10              O             Outstanding

02.      80.00-89.99            8.00-8.99            A ++          Excellent

03       70.00-79.99            7.00-7.99            A+            Exceptional

04       60.00-69.99            6.00-6.99            A             Very Good
05      55.00-59.99           5.50-5.99           B+          Good

06      50.00-54.99           5.00-5.99           B           Fair

07      45.00- 49.99          4.50-4.99           C+          Average

08      40.01-44.99           4.01-4.49           C           Below average

09      40                    4.00                D           Pass

10      < 40                  0.00                F           Fail

Evaluation Method , standard of Passing ,Grade card , Grievance Redressal , Service course Registration rules & other
as per the report of the Credit & grade based system from the academic Year 2011-12 / school coordinate committee
report . / As per UGC Guidelines adoption of choice Based Credit System.

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DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, AURANGABAD
                DEPARTMENT OF FINE ART

                      Revised Curriculum of

             MASTER OF FINE ARTS – APPLIED ART
              Illustration /Visualization/ Typography
              (Choice Based Credit & grading system)
                   W.E.F. ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16
Specialization course in “Applied Art” leading to the Master of Fine Art (M.F.A.- Applied Art)

 This Syllabus is designed in terms of preparing the student for the professional scenario with relevance to practical needs and
   requirements. The number of assignments also requires with reference to learning objects for every subject and the time available. A
   holistic approach includes providing industry training via internships, handling live projects, visits to advertising and design houses and
   also print and production units.
 Technical advancement is the key to a substantial teaching system in today’s world and thus a great responsibility lies on the art
   curriculum to prepare students to rise to meet global standards and align seamlessly to changing trends.
 The modern world seems to be growing exponentially in the digital domain, and yet the print is also evolving like never before. Thus
   the syllabus is structured with balance in learning skills in both the domains of design. The syllabus needs to be made to promote
   flexibility and freedom of approach in teaching, within the structure of learning objectives.
 Regular expertise interaction will help to build a bridge between students and their future mentors from industry.
 There will be three specializations and the student can specialize in one of these specializations. They are: Illustration / Visualization
   /Typography
 Once student select his / her Specialization subject, cannot change for whole course.
 The arrangement of visiting staff and regular staff for concern expertise subject to be made by institute according to syllabus.
 The experts / Visiting staff can be Professionals, master craftsmen, artists and traditional artists or from allied subjects.
 While conducting practical assignment attention will be given to develop in students a good professional outlook, apart from academic
   excellence.
 Visits to Design Studio, Advertising Agency, Print Industry, Museums, Temples, Architectural Monuments, Exhibitions, Galleries,
   Professional set up, Art and Craft workshop are to be the regular features.
Course Pattern

     Title of Course              Master of Fine Arts – Applied Arts
                                  M. F. A. – Applied Arts
     Course Duration              Two Years
     Examination Pattern          Semester Pattern
     Intake Capacity              45 students per year
     Teaching Learning Days       90 Days per Semester
     Eligibility                  B.F.A.- Applied Art

  A. Standard of Passing-
     To pass the candidate must obtain at least 50 % in individual subjects, in internal assessments and University examination in all theory
     and practical subjects.
  B. ATKT Rules
     Allow to keep term (ATKT) available for Theory subjects for only.
  C. Award of Class
     The system of evaluation will be as follows
Sr.      Equivalent           Grade Points        Grade         Grade description
  No       percentage

  01.      90.00-100            9.00-10             O            Outstanding

  02.      80.00-89.99          8.00-8.99           A ++         Excellent

  03       70.00-79.99          7.00-7.99           A+           Exceptional

  04       60.00-69.99          6.00-6.99           A            Very Good

  05       55.00-59.99          5.50-5.99           B+           Good

  06       50.00-54.99          5.00-5.99           B            Fair

  07       45.00- 49.99         4.50-4.99           C+           Average

  08       40.01-44.99          4.01-4.49           C            Below average

  09       40                   4.00                D            Pass

  10       < 40                 0.00                F            Fail

D. Attendance of Students
   This is a Practical oriented Full time Regular course, so 75 % attendance is compulsory.
E. Verification / Revaluation
 Verification will be done by panel appointed by Concern University

        Revaluation will be done only for theory papers by panel appointed by concern University, Not for the practical subjects.
        Internal marks will not change. A student cannot claim to repeat or revaluate the internal assessments.

F. Medium of Instruction
   Medium of instruction and Examination will be English as a global language/ Hindi as a national language/ and Marathi for better
   understanding of students.
H. University Terms
   Academic calendar should be follow as per concern University
MFA - Applied Art
                                                                                       No. of Hrs.                        Marks         Total
                                                                                       per Sem. /
                                                                                                       Exam.
Sem.        Course           Ref. No               Subject Title             Credit       Minm.
                                                                                                        Hrs.    Internal      Exam.
                                                                                       Assessmen
                                                                                        t tutorial

                           Course-01      Advertising Foundation and
          Foundation                                                           03         45 - 05        3          50            50        100
                                          Dimension
            Course
                           Course-02      Technical Theory                     03        45 - 05         3          50            50        100
                           Course-03      Visual Communication Design          04        120 - 05       18          50            50        100
         Core Course       Course-04      Computer Graphics                    02        60 - 05        12          50            50        100
                           Course-05      Field Work                           01        30 - 02        NA          50            00        50
 1
                           Course-06      Specialization
                                          (Illustration or Visualization
            Elective                                                           05        150- 06         18         50            50        100
                                          or Typography or
                                          Photography )
         Compulsory        Course-07      Indian constitution                  02          30             2         50            50        100
           Course          Course-08      Research methodology                 02          30             2         50            50        100
                                                                    TOTAL      22          510          -----       400           350       750
       Th 150 hrs + pr 360 hrs = 510 hrs – 540 = 30 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
                           Course-09      Advertising Foundation and
          Foundation                                                           03        45 - 05        3           50            50        100
                                          Dimension
            Course
                           Course-10      Technical Theory                     03       45 - 05         3           50            50        100
 2
                           Course-11      Visual Communication Design          04       120 -05        18           50            50        100
         Core Course       Course-12      Computer Graphics                    02       60- 05         12           50            50        100
                           Course-13      Field Work                           01       30- 02         NA           50            00        50
Course-14      Specialization
                                        (Illustration or Typography or
          Elective                                                            05       150- 06        18          50       50    100
                                        Visualization or Photography
                                        )
       Compulsory        Course-15      Research Projects /Review
                                                                              01        15- 02         2          50       50    100
         Course                         Writing/ synopsis writing
                                                                TOTAL         19         465         -----        400     300    700
     Th 105 hrs + pr 360 hrs = 465 hrs – 540 = 75 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
        Foundation       Course-16      Service Course
                                                                            04            60           3          50       50    100
          Course
                         Course-17      Visual Communication
                                                                            04         120 -05        18          50       50    100
                                        Design
       Core Course
                         Course-18      Computer Graphics                   02          60- 05        12          50       50    100
                         Course-19      Field Work                          01          30- 02        NA          50       00    50
3
                         Course-20      Specialization
                                        (Illustration or Typography
          Elective                                                          05         150- 06        18          50       50    100
                                        or Visualization
                                        Photography )
       Compulsory        Course-21      Project / Dissertation
                                                                            05            75          NA          100      00    100
         Course                          part – 01
                                                              TOTAL         21           495         -----        350     200    550
    Th 135 hrs + pr 360 hrs = 495 hrs – 540 = 45 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
                         Course-22      Seminar / Project /                                           Jury
                                                                            20           300                      00      200    200
                                        Dissertation Part -02                                        Exam
       Core Course
4                        Course-23      Viva-Voce                                                     Jury
                                                                             ---          ---                     00      100    100
                                                                                                     Exam
                                                               TOTAL        20           300          -----       -----   300    300
    Th 300 hrs + pr 00 hrs = 300 hrs – 540 = 240 other activity – library hrs, Exhibition , Study Tour & Other
                                                GRAND TOTAL                 82         1770          -----       1150     1150   2300
Semester –First
Foundation Course – Course 01

Advertising Foundation and Dimension (For all Electives)
THEROY 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL         50 , CREDIT      03

     1     Advertising Concept
           a      Definition and Classification of Advertising in the changing context.

           b      Technology and Evolution of Advertising

           c      Development and Growth of Modern Advertising

           d      Function and Effects of Advertising.

     2     The Advertising Environment: Economy, Society and Technology

           a      The Advertising Environment

           b      Economic Forces and Advertising

           c      Social Forces and Advertising

           d      Technological Forces and Advertising
3   Legal Aspect of Advertising

    a      Copyright, Trade Mark, Consequences of Advertising

    b      Status of Advertising Agents

    c      Advertising contracts and consequences

    d      defamation, Slander of Goods.

4   Buyer Behavior and Marketing

    a      The Buyer decision process

    b      Factors Influencing the Business Market

    c      Factors Influencing the Consumer Market

    d      Consumer Behavior

5   Commercial Aspect of Advertising

    a      Creative Advertising and Commercials

    b      Creative Copy writing, Formulating Copy

    c      Campaign Planning / Campaign Objectives
d         Financial aspects of campaign planning

            Reference Books

        1       Advertising Art and Ideas/ Dr. G.M Rege / Ashutosh Prakashan
        2       Principles of Advertising- A Global Perspective / Monle Lee, Carla Johnson
        3       Klippners Advertising Procedure / Klippner
        4       Marketing Management / Philip Kotler / Low price Edition / Pearson Education
        5       The World of Visual Communication/ Dr. G.M.Rege/ Himalaya Art Book Centre Publication

    Foundation Course – Course 02

    Technical Theory (For all Electives)
    THEROY 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL               50 , CREDIT      03

1   Communication
    a         The evolution of Communication
    b         The systems of Communication
    c         The types or Methods of Communication
    d         Importance of the study of Communication
2   Gestures

    a         Prominent routine Gestures
    b         Face, Hands, Body Movement, Pantomime or Miming
c         Technical Gestures, The dance
              d         Indian Mythology, The dance in India

       3      Pictures
              a         Paintings in India
              b         Different schools of India viz. Ajanta, Mughal, Rajput etc.
              c         Illustrations, Caricatures and cartoons
              d         Photographs
       4      Symbols and Scripts
              a         Symbolism in India
              b         Picture Writing, Ideographic Writing
              c         Transitional Writing, Phonic Writing
              d         Alphabetic Writing, Calligraphy
       5      Medias of Communication
              a         Historical background of the Poster
              b         The advantage of the Modern Poster, Functions of Posters
              c         Role of News papers in society as a medium of communication
              d         Importance of Magazines as a medium of Communication
Reference Books

                  01. Advertising Art and Ideas/ Dr. G.M Rege / Ashutosh Prakashan
                  02. Principles of Advertising- A Global Perspective / Monle Lee, Carla Johnson
                  03. Klippners Advertising Procedure / Klippner
04. Marketing Management / Philip Kotler / Low price Edition / Pearson Education
                05. The World of Visual Communication/ Dr. G.M.Rege/ Himalaya Art Book Centre Publication
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Study of Computer Software applications used for creating Graphic Design. In first semester student must thoroughly study one of the
             software to create advertisement using vector formats. It is expected to study such application software like CorelDraw, or Adobe Photoshop

Core Course - course 05
            SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL          50 , CREDIT     01

Field Work

                     A study camp minimum of four days must be attended by the student to make detailed study of animals, Historical monuments,
             Museums, Zoo, Bazaars, Nature, and People etc. for sketching and / or photography purpose. Students also should visit various local & other
             places/ spots of interactions to male their studies, such study must be based on their choice of specialization. A portfolio pertaining to such
             study must be submitted by the student.

Elective - course 06
            PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL                50 , CREDIT     05

Specialization

        1    Visualization Concepts of Branding, Marketing and Advertising / Logo Design and Corporate Identity / Studies in Advertising Design /Concepts
             of Information Theory

        2    Illustration Examining the structure of body through the study of the mechanics of motion, surface form and human anatomy.

             As examples of great sculptural art, the casts reward close study with insights into how reality is abstracted, simplified, clarified and translated
             into artistic form.
In addition to careful study of the full-size casts, particular attention is directed toward heads, facial features, hands, feet and drapery.

              Artistic theories of light and shade are presented. Both linear and dimensional depictions of sculptural form are extensively explored.

        3     Typography Study of Typography- History- Classifications- Anatomy and uses of various letter forms- Theoretical and applicable principles of
              letter forms.

              Expressive typography- Compositions with types- Study of Indian language scripts- Calligraphic experiments in Indian language scripts-
              Typography in different context like new media, posters, signage, books, mailers, motion graphics etc.

    4       Photography – Product and table top photography , Fashion , modeling & portrait photography , advertising & media profession
            photography , Nature –Landscape & Architectural photography , Color and Black & White exposing , printing & enlargements

Compulsory Course - course 07

INDIAN CONSTITUTION (THEORY)
Theory 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02
Objective of the Subject-
      Introduction to Indian Constitution
      To learn the different aspects of Indian Constitution

Content-

        Chapter 1
        a. Framing of the Indian constitution: Role of the Constituent Assembly
        b. Philosophy of the Constitution: Objectives, resolution, preamble, fundamental rights and duties, Human rights and environmental
        protection.
Chapter 2
       a. Special rights created in the constitution of Dalits, Back ward classes, Women & Children and religious and linguistic minority’s
       b. Directive principles of State policy: The need to balance fundamental rights with directive principles.

       Chapter 3
       a. Union Execution: president, Prime minister and Counsel of Ministers: Powers and functions, coalition government, problems in their
       working.
       b. Union Legislature: Lok-Sabha and Rajya-Sabha, powers and functions. Recent trends in their functioning.

       Chapter 4
       a. State government: governor, chief minister and council of ministers, legislation
       b. Center - state relation: Political, financial, and administrative: recent trends

       Chapter 5
       a. Judiciary: Supreme Court, Judicial review, writs public interest litigations. Enforcing rights through writs
       b. Emergency provision (Article 356)

  Reference Book:
Indian Constitution by D Srinivasan, Himalaya Publishing house.
The Constitution of India, H. M. Shirwai,
The Constitution of India, J. N. Pandey, Central Law Agency.

Compulsory Course - course 08

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
THEORY 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 02
Objective of the Subject-
  To learn media research
  Understand the techniques of qualitative and quantitative research
Contents –
      Research: Definitions, Methods, Selection & Formulation of Research Problem, Hypothesis, Sampling,
Research Designs, Processing & Analysis of data, Statistical Analysis, Findings, Report Writing
       Survey: Meaning, Concept, Utility, Planning, Organizing & Conducting survey, Public Opinion Survey,
       Readership Survey
       Date: Meaning, Kinds - Demographic, Socio - Economic, Socio - Psychological data
       Tools of Data Collection: Questionnaire, Schedule, Interview, Case study, Observation, Content Analysis etc
       Media Research: Measuring Impact, Evaluation, Monitoring, and Feedback
       Market Research: Principles of Market Research, Theories of Segmentation & Positioning, Pre-Testing, Post -Testing

SUGGESTED READINGS:
1. Social Research S R Vajpayee
2. Doing Your Research Project Judith Bell
3. Research Methodology - Methods & C R Kothari Techniques
4. Research Methodology in Social Sandhu & Singh Sciences
5. Communication & Research V P Michael for Management
6. Research in Mass Media S R Sharma & Anil Chaturvedi
7. Research - How to Plan, Clifford Hawkings & Speak & Write About it Macro Sorgi
Semester –Second
Foundation course – course 09

Advertising Foundation and Dimension (For all Electives)
THEORY 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 03

       1      Modern Marketing Activity
              a      Evolution of marketing Concept
              b      Process of Marketing
              c      Characteristics of Modern marketing activity
              d      Promotional Marketing communication
       2      Marketing Communication

              a      Aims and Objectives
              b      Role of Marketing Communication
              c      Various forms of Marketing Communication viz. Advertising, Personal selling, Sales promotion, Public relation, Direct mail etc.
d        New concepts of Marketing Communication.
3        Advertising as Marketing Communication

         a        Advertising as a means of man’s communication
         b        Purpose and role of Advertising in Marketing communication- Influence and Impact of Advertising
         c        Strong and Weak theories of Advertising
         d        Role of Marketing Research in Marketing Communication.

4        Media of Advertising
         a        Media Planning
         b        Media buying
         c        Indoor Advertising media
         d        OOH Advertising media
5        Creative Advertising
         a        Planning and Execution
         b        Unique Selling Points of subject. Its use in creative advertising
         c        Basic Human Motives / Desires
         d        Copy Platform / Function of Copy / Approach to Writing copy
         e        Principles of Design / Hard-sell and Soft-sell advertising.
    Reference Books

             01. Advertising Art and Ideas/ Dr. G.M Rege / Ashutosh Prakashan
             02. Principles of Advertising- A Global Perspective / Monle Lee, Carla Johnson
             03. Klippners Advertising Procedure / Klippner
04. Marketing Management / Philip Kotler / Low price Edition / Pearson Education
                   05. The World of Visual Communication/ Dr. G.M.Rege/ Himalaya Art Book Centre Publication

Foundation course – course 10

Technical Theory (For all Electives)
THEORY 50, SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL 50 CREDIT 03

       1       Advertising Production
               a        History of Printing Technology
               b        Different Methods of Production
               c        Printing Technology and Media of Advertising
               d        Innovations in print technology

       2       Print Media
               a        Magazine Advertising
               b        Newspaper Advertising
       3       Broadcast Media
               a        Television Advertising
               b        Radio Advertising
       4       Internet Advertising
               a        The Internet
               b        Web Advertising
c      Internet Directory Advertising
   5       Alternative Advertising Media
           a      Out-of-home Advertising
           b      Other Alternative Advertising Media
   Reference Books
           01. Advertising Art and Ideas/ Dr. G.M Rege / Ashutosh Prakashan
           02. Principles of Advertising- A Global Perspective / Monle Lee, Carla Johnson
           03. Klippners Advertising Procedure / Klippner
           04. Marketing Management / Philip Kotler / Low price Edition / Pearson Education
           05. The World of Visual Communication/ Dr. G.M.Rege/ Himalaya Art Book Centre Publication
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Visual Communication Design

             Effective and creative advertising campaigns created by the students making effective use of Illustrations / Typography / Visualization
             /Photography as the case may be. Various advertising media must be tried to deliver their message effectively on specialization field.

   Core Course - Course 12
         PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL                  50 , CREDIT    02

Computer Graphics

             Study and practice of using pagination application software like Adobe In Design, Page Maker, and Quark Express and CorelDraw Graphic suite.
             A proper design for not less than four pages may be created using any one of the software suite mentioned above.

   Core Course - Course 13
         SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL            50 , CREDIT     01

Field Work

                     A study camp minimum of four days must be attended by the student to make detailed study of animals, Historical monuments,
             Museums, Zoo, Bazaars, Nature, and People etc. for sketching and / or photography purpose. Students also should visit various local & other
             places/ spots of interactions to male their studies, such study must be based on their choice of specialization. A portfolio pertaining to such
             study must be submitted by the student.

   Elective - Course 14
PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL               50 , CREDIT      05

Specialization

        1 Visualization Market Research methods /Studying media for branding /Understanding Positioning, brand value and experience

        2    Illustration To develop proportional accuracy, foreshortening, detail-mass relationships and the use of light & shadow to draw the figure as a
             convincing volumetric and spatial form. History of Composition and Design

             Movements will be covered such as Modernism, post-Modernism, Surrealism, Conceptual Art, Pop Art, Expressionism and Realism.

             Relationships of past art to the development of contemporary figurative art in design illustration.

        3    Typography Development of typography as a discipline and overview of historical, technical and aesthetics issues- Effect of technology on
             changing practice of typography and role of typography.

        4 photography - Product and table top photography , Fashion , modeling & portrait photography , advertising & media profession
           photography , Nature –Landscape & Architectural photography , Color and Black & White exposing , printing & enlargements

Compulsory Course- Course 15
    THEORY 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL             50 , CREDIT      01
Research projects / Review Writing
    Write a research project (Miner) in consultation with class teacher or Head.(any one -25 mark Internal )
    To take a literature review of a selected subjects / topic & Review that written in your own words / style (Minimum 05 – 25 mark
     Internal)
Semester –Third
Foundation Course - Course 16

Service Course - 04 credits
Exam . Pattern – 100 Marks (50 TH+50 PR)
(Service Course offered in Third or Fourth semester only)
   Introduction to visual Art / Appreciation of Art - Hours 60 , -
   50 Mark TH – University Exam. , 50 Mark PR - IA (Internal - Assessment )
    10. Elements of Art
    11. Fundamental of Art
    12. Colour – theory and Practical
    13. Introduction to History of Art (Indian )
    14. Basic study about different Art Schools in India . Viz. Ajanta, Mughul , Rajput Jain. Etc
    15. Basic study about Folk Art
16. Appreciation of Art
   17. Principals of Art and Design – practical
   18. Drawing and Sketching - Practical

Core Course – Course 17
PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL                50 , CREDIT     04

Visual Communication Design

                     Effective and creative advertising campaigns created by the students making effective use of Illustrations / Typography / Photography
             as the case may be. Various advertising media must be tried to deliver their message effectively on specialization field.

Core Course – Course 18
PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL                50 , CREDIT    02
Computer Graphics

             Advanced study of Animation techniques used in 2D OR 3D animation making use of suitable application software should be done. Any of the
             above mentioned assignment may be produced by the student using suitable software like In Design, CorelDraw or Quark Express. Use of
             sources from internet must be used by the students to embed suitable images supporting their specialization subject.

Core Course – Course 19
PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL                50 , CREDIT    01
Field Work
A study camp minimum of four days must be attended by the student to make detailed study of animals, Historical monuments, Museums, Zoo,
            Bazaars, Nature, and People etc. for sketching and / or photography purpose. Students also should visit various local & other places/ spots of
            interactions to male their studies, such study must be based on their choice of specialization. A portfolio pertaining to such study must be
            submitted by the student.

Elective – Course 20
PRACTICAL 50 , SESSIONAL /TUTORIEL               50 , CREDIT     05

Specialization

        1 Visualization Creating a Brand Experience /Brand Evaluation and Rebranding / Formulation Brand Strategies

        2   Illustration This semester addresses theoretical and applied perspective in order to build spatial environments within artworks.

            Students are encouraged to examine issues and methods of perspective in the context of their own pictorial concerns.

            Relationship of technique to content in drawing traditions up to the present day.

            Wet and dry media on various supports are explored in a studio format.

            Students will prepare paper with grounds for use with metal-point, inks applied with pen and brush, both natural and fabricated chalks, and
            various forms of charcoal.

        3   Typography Digital typography: emerging directing and new possibilities- Typography as communication. Experimental typography and need
            for experiments.

       4 photography - Product and table top photography , Fashion , modeling & portrait photography , advertising & media profession
          photography , Nature –Landscape & Architectural photography , Color and Black & White exposing , printing & enlargements
Compulsory Course –Course 21
Project / Dissertation Part – I
THEORY,     CREDIT 05., 100 MARK.

 Student must have to submit Final synopsis on selected topic of Dissertation . evaluate ion of this work by internal & External Expert . contain 100
marks in Third semester

                                                                Semester –Fourth

Core Course -course 22
SEMINAR / PROJECT / DISSERTATION PART -II

   Dissertation (theory) Exam . Pattern –Total Mark 200 (Jury Exam)
CREDIT 20

.

Dissertation
       The students of post graduation are required to select a suitable hypothesis supporting their choice of specialization and prepare a
dissertation in conclusion with Head of the Department and work on it under the guidance of such faculty member or under a teacher as
approved by the University. Such dissertation must be prepared in the prescribed manner (Four copies) and should have minimum 7000 to
10000 words in it. It should be handed over to the concern teacher, through the Head of Department positively one calendar month before
commencement of final examination.

 Core Course -course 23
   Viva- voce Exam . Pattern –Total Mark 100 (Jury Exam)

The one or two external referees shall be the persons residing in India, who are experts in the subject. The viva shall be held jointly by the
external referees and the Guiding Teacher, only after the dissertation have been valued by the external and/or referees, and at the time of
holding it, the referees conducting the viva-voce shall have the dissertation in their hands and project work (Class work) displayed at the same
time.

        A candidate will have to arrange a display of their total project work done in all first to third semesters. The work should be well
presented in the exhibition hall or studio of the department. The panel of examiners shall observe the candidate’s performance on the basis of
his/her displayed work and conduct the viva-voce examination simultaneously.

Grade Awards :-
(I) A ten point rating scale shall be used for the evaluation of the performance of the student to provide letter grade for
each course and overall grade for the Masters Programme grade points are based on the total number of marks
obtained by him / her in all the heads of examination of the course . These grade points and their equivalent range of
marks are shown separately in table – I

                                       Table I – Ten point grades and grade description

Sr.      Equivalent           Grade Points Grade               Grade description
No       percentage
01.   90.00-100      9.00-10     O      Outstanding

02.   80.00-89.99    8.00-8.99   A ++   Excellent

03    70.00-79.99    7.00-7.99   A+     Exceptional

04    60.00-69.99    6.00-6.99   A      Very Good

05    55.00-59.99    5.50-5.99   B+     Good

06    50.00-54.99    5.00-5.99   B      Fair

07    45.00- 49.99   4.50-4.99   C+     Average

08    40.01-44.99    4.01-4.49   C      Below average

09    40             4.00        D      Pass

10    < 40           0.00        F      Fail
Evaluation Method , standard of Passing ,Grade card , Grievance Redressal , Service course Registration rules & other
as per the report of the Credit & grade based system from the academic Year 2011-12 / school coordinate
committee report . / As per UGC Guidelines adoption of choice Based Credit System.

        ----------------------------------------------------------------------*******----------------------------------------------------------

   DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR MARATHWADA UNIVERSITY, AURANGABAD
                                                  DEPARTMENT OF FINE ART

                                                         Revised Curriculum of

                                    MASTER OF FINE ARTS -BY RESEARCH
                                Painting / Portraiture /print making (Graphic Art)
                                                  (Credit Based & grading system)
W.E.F. ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

       Specialization course in “Painting, Portraiture & Printmaking (Graphic Art )” leading to the

                                        Master of Fine Art By Research

                                                   Course Pattern

Title of Course          Master of Fine Arts by Research – Painting
                         M. F. A. – Painting, Portraiture & Print Making (Graphic)
Course Duration          Four Semester / Two Years
Examination Pattern      Semester but one time assessment at the end of Final semester
Intake Capacity          05 students per Specialization / 15 candidates in each discipline (Painting & Applied Art)
Teaching Learning Days   90 Days per Semester
Eligibility              B.F.A (Painting) Degree form this or any University or Government Diploma in Art (Painting)
                         of the Government of Maharashtra state or an equivalent thereto passed and must have
thereafter obtained five years experience of Professional (Painting) / teaching to the classes
                                 leading to the B.F.A. Degree (Painting) in any University or the Government diploma of art
                                 (painting) of government of Maharashtra state & equivalent are eligible. preference will be
                                 given to candidate form Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University affiliated colleges
      A. Standard of Passing-    To pass the candidate must obtain at least Average Grade point B in all practical, Research
                                  Methodology & Computer Application , Dissertation & Viva-voce subjects.
      B. Award of Grade -        The system of evaluation will be as follows ,Ten point later Grade System

Ten point grades and grade description

Sr.   Equivalent            Grade Points      Grade        Grade description
No    percentage

01.   90.00-100             9.00-10           O           Outstanding

02.   80.00-89.99           8.00-8.99         A ++        Excellent

03    70.00-79.99           7.00-7.99         A+          Exceptional
04   60.00-69.99    6.00-6.99   A    Very Good

05   55.00-59.99    5.50-5.99   B+   Good

06   50.00-54.99    5.00-5.99   B    Fair

07   45.00- 49.99   4.50-4.99   C+   Average

08   40.01-44.99    4.01-4.49   C    Below average

09   40             4.00        D    Pass

10   < 40           0.00        F    Fail
C. Attendance of Students - This is a Research oriented Teachers educational up gradation course, so required 02
meeting in each semester & Research Methodology / Computer Application course work Attendance is compulsory.
D. Verification - Verification will be done by panel (External Examiner / referees & Guide teacher) appointed
by Concern University Dept.
E. Medium of Instruction- Medium of instruction and Examination will be English as a global language/ Hindi as a
national language/ and Marathi for better understanding of students.
F. University Terms - Academic calendar should be follow as per concern University Dept.
Semester     Sr.                 Subject                     Duration          No. of       Hours in    Credit      Mark for
               No                                                              assignment     semester               Examination
               01    Research Methodology (TH)              01.hurs. Each        Lecture         15         01           50
               02    Computer Application (PR)              01 hurs. Each     Lecture &PR        15         01           50
     I         03    Drawing (PR) Own Studio Work           30 hurs. Each          05            150        10           100
  Semester     04    Painting / Portraiture / Print         45 hurs. Each          05            225        15           100
                     Making (PR) Own Studio Work
               05    Final synopsis submission                    ---              01            15         01           50
                                                                                  Total          420        28           350

Detail Stretcher of MFA By Research Course

Semester     Sr.                Subject                    Duration           No. of        Hours in   Credit       Mark for
             No                                                             assignment      semester               Examination

Meeting with Guide Teacher are 02 only in each semester.

In 1st Sem. Synopsis Preparation & Final synopsis submission with above Project work (Practical) at the end of semester .
01   Research Methodology (TH)           01.hurs. Each    Lecture            15         01           50
            02   Computer Application (PR)           01 hurs. Each    Lecture &PR         15        01           50
   II       03   Drawing (PR) Own Studio             30hurs. Each          05            150        10           100
Semester         Work
            04    Painting / Portraiture / Print     45 hurs. Each         05            225        15           100
                 Making (PR) Own Studio Work
                                                                          Total          405        27           300
Meeting with Guide Teacher are 02 only in each semester.

In 2nd Sem. First draft of Dissertation submission with above Project work (Practical) at the end of semester.

Semester   Sr.                  Subject                   Duration       No. of     Hours in     Credit    Mark for
           No                                                           assignme    semester              Examination
                                                                            nt
            01   Drawing (PR) Own Studio Work           30 hurs.           05          150         10            100
                                                        Each
  IV        02    Painting / Portraiture / Print Making 45 hurs.           05          225         15            100
Semester         (PR) Own Studio Work                   Each
            04   Viva-voce Exam- with Dissertation 01 hurs                 ---          ---        ---         100
                 & All Practical’s Presentation         maximum                                            Dissertation
                                                                                                            100 Viva-
                                                                                                              voce
Total           375           25          400
                                                                        Total          1575           105        1250
Semester   Sr.                  Subject                   Duration     No. of        Hours in        Credit    Mark for
           No                                                         assignme       semester                 Examination
                                                                          nt
            01   Drawing (PR) Own Studio Work           30 hurs. Each    05             150           10         100
            02    Painting / Portraiture / Print        45 hurs. Each       05          225           15         100
  III            Making (PR) Own Studio Work
Semester                                                                  Total         375           25         200

Meeting with Guide Teacher are 02 only in each semester.

In 3rd Sem. Final rough (Dummy) of Dissertation submission with above Project work (Practical) at the end of semester.

Meeting with Guide Teacher are 02 only in each semester.

In 4th Sem. Final Dissertation in 04 copy submitted with above all Project work (Practical) at the end of semester.

Viva- voce will be conducted along with the Dissertation and display all project work (practical).
Syllabus Structure of M.F.A. By Research – Painting
                                 Painting/Portraiture /Print Making (Graphic Art)

Ordinance O-773a & b and regulation R- 1550- a to e & R-1551 a to g relating to the Master of Fine Art degree course by
research in the subject of painting, portraiture ,print making , (Graphic Art) are implemented in Credit Based & grading
system

BY RESEARCH

(Note :- Registration as a post graduate student shall be a condition precedent to the commencement of studies for the
degree of M.F.A. by research )
A candidate for being eligible for admission to the Master of fine Arts degree course by research in the branches of 1.
Painting 2.portraiture, 3.print making, (Graphic Art)
B.F.A (Painting) Degree form this or any University or Government Diploma in Art (Painting) of the Government of
Maharashtra state or an equivalent thereto passed and must have thereafter obtained five years experience of
Professional (Painting) / teaching to the classes leading to the B.F.A. Degree (Painting) in any University or the
Government diploma of art (painting) of government of Maharashtra state & equivalent are eligible. preference will be
given to candidate form Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University affiliated colleges
five years of Professional experience in Painting discipline are Outstanding in relevant field on state, National /
International level achievement (Exhibitions , awards, workshops, demonstrations. etc )

a) In all the specialization prescribed for the M.F.A. degree by Research only five candidate in each specialization are
allowed to enroll in every academic year / 15 candidates in each discipline (Painting & Applied Art)

b) A candidate seeking admission to the M.F.A. degree courses by Research shall have to registered as a post graduate
student under a teacher recognized by the University and submit through him a synopsis of the topic of his Dissertation
which should be related to the branches prescribed for the M.F.A. degree by Research

c) The M.F.A. degree courses by Research shall consist of a dissertation and a projects work (practical) .

d) A candidate for the M.F.A. degree by Research will be required to register himself as a post graduate student under a
recognized teacher approved by University. On completion of a period of four term or two academic years as a M.F.A. by
Research student the candidate shall submit a dissertation for the degree along with the project work (practical )on any
subject related to the prescribed for the M.F.A. degree courses provided that the teacher under whom the candidate is
registered certifies that prime facie, the dissertation is worthy of submission for the award of the degree.

e) The nature of the project work( practical) and the dissertation to be submitted by the candidate for the M.F.A. degree
courses by Research in the branches if Painting, Portraiture, Print Making,( Graphic Art) shall be as under.
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