No. of Seats – 60
Eligibility – Min 50% in class 12
Duration – 4 years
Level – Graduate
Semesters – 8
Admission Criteria – Through an entrance examination / marks in class 12 / both
With the Bachelor’s In Fine Arts, UETR aims to imprint students with the knowledge and appreciation of visual art. By the end of the course, the student will learn the fundamental elements, theories and principles of art and will be on their way to bettering society through their vision and creativity.
We also aim to instill a knowledge of the history of art in order to help students connect with their expressive and creative roots so as to help them truly understand the evolution of art, and where they stand as individuals.
Visual Arts plays a significant role within the curriculum by providing learning opportunities and value addition in the development of students’ intellectual and practical knowledge, critical judgment and understanding of Art by art making and involving in critical and historical studies of art and aiming to provide an appreciation and training in diverse arts through modern concepts and methods of art education.
The BFA curriculum is designed to encourage students to understand visual arts, including different kinds of creative work. It plays an important role in the social, cultural and spiritual lives of students by offering a wide range of opportunities to develop their own interests, to be self-motivated and active learners who can take responsibility for and continue their own learning in College and Post- college settings.
Students will develop their skills through the engagement of traditional mediums and contemporary technologies within and beyond the studio with a cross-disciplinary pedagogical approach that helps students gain insights about the diverse and expanding creative industries.
An intensive curriculum, powered by research and innovation, that develops confident and career-ready graduates.
UETR offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs under four schools:
We rely on the National Policy of Education – 2020 as a guideline to form the framework of a cohesive, comprehensive and complete curriculum.