The arts is a very broad category, encompassing studio art, graphic design, fashion design, interior design, industrial design, new media, animation and applied arts and design. Art students will need to use previous knowledge and expertise to develop, create and execute artwork and expect to pursue careers as creative directors, artists and other creative professions.
General arts is the generalized study of the liberal arts and sciences. These courses are sometime referred to as "classical education studies." The curriculum in general arts is on general knowledge and intellectual capacities. It mostly requires concentration in at least a single discipline. The Major or an honors program enables students to focus specifically on courses in one particular area of study.Each program has various degrees associated with them and students have a great deal of freedom to opt for a B.A. program which suits their individual needs
To inculcate communication skills
To learn how to analyse and interpret information
Understand human nature as well as society
Appreciate rich human culture
To develop intellect for forming and expressing informed opinions
General Arts includes:-
Political, geographical, social and cultural system structures
Basic Eligibility: UG: The duration of this course is 3 years. Students seeking admission in graduate degree course in psychology must have passed higher secondary school (10+2) in any stream.
PG: It is a 2 year programme. The candidate of any stream can apply and must have passed graduation.
Specializations: Some of its specialized fields are:-
The students of General Art design their own study programs for building their career and selection of further studies in the same area. It helps in designing and explain how to work in the corporate field and there is a lot of opportunities is there in that area.
The benefits based on the basis of skills and knowledge and the compensation is decides according to that and earn Rs 10000 and more ,there is an employment opportunity for the graduates in Religious Studies, Public Planning, Public Administration, Primary and Secondary Education, Community Service, Law, Business, Social Work and Professional Writing etc.