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रविवार, 1 अगस्त 2010

Syllabus of Semester System M.A. Drawing & Painting

Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut

Revised marking scheme and syllabus of M.A.

Visual Art; Drawing and Painting w.e.f. 2010-2011


Objective:-

The objective of the teaching visual art: Drawing and Painting is to achieve overall refinement of the

student�s perception not confined to the skills of the profession alone but also to create the right kind of intellect as

well as emotional cultivation to composite creativity and thought. It gives complete knowledge of art in the field of

theory as well as in practical.

Duration

M.A.- Two academic years ( Four semesters)

B.A.- Three academic years

COURSE STRUCTURE : M.A. Drawing & Painting

It shall comprise of sixteen theory courses and three practical courses along with dissertation thesis+vivavoce.

Each theory and practical course will be of 100 marks. dissertation and viva-voce will also be of 100 marks.

The grand total of all the four semester will be of 2000 marks.

Examination and Evaluation

Each theory and practical course in all four semesters shall be of 100 marks. A weightage of 50% marks

will be given to the internal assessment and 50% marks to the external assessment in theory as well as in practical

papers.

Thus the overall aggregate marks in M.A. shall be 2000. The duration of examination of each theory paper

will be three hours and of practical course 9/12 hours as per the nature of the course. The external examiner in

practical would reach on the last day of examination. However, the external examiner may give some directions to

the internal examiner regarding the conduct of practical.

Distinction and division percentage (I, II, III) shall be as per university ordinance and norms.

VISUAL ART: DRAWING AND PAINTING,

BRIEF SCHEDULE OF THE COURSE (SEMSTERWISE) W.E.F. 2010-2011

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Title of the Paper Duration MM Int. Ext.

of Exam.

Course �I Theory: Indian Painting 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(Up to 1850 A.D.)

Course �II Theory: Philosophy of Art (Indian) 3 Hrs 100 50 50

Course �III Master�s Painting Study-I 3 Hrs 100 50 50

Course �IV) Applied Art �I 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(i) Computer Basic (Application in Fine Arts) (ii) Print Making

(iii) Screen Painting (iv) Batik and Tie-dye

Course �V Practical 9 Hrs 100 50 50

Portrait Painting from life (Bust)

SECOND SEMESTER COURSES

Course �VI Theory: Philosophy of Art (Western) 3 Hrs 100 50 50

Course �VII Theory: Western Art 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(Prehistoric to Gothic)

Course �VIII World Art (Ancient) 3Hrs 100 50 50

Course �IX Master�s Painting Study-II 3Hrs 100 50 50

Course �X Practical 9 Hrs 100 50 50

Thematic Composition and Instant Sketching

THIRD SEMESTER

Course �XI European Painting 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(Renaissance to Realism)

Course �XII Modern Art (Western) 3 Hrs 100 50 50

Course �XIII Folk and Tribal Art 3 Hrs 100 50 50

Course �XIV Computer Graphic Design 3 Hrs 100 50 50

and Animation

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Course �XV Practical 12 Hrs 100 50 50

Creative Composition and Instant sketching

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course �XVI) Theory-Indian Modern Art 3Hrs 100 50 50

(1850 � 1937)

Course-XVII Theory- Indian Contemporary Art 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(Since 1937)

Course-XVIII Research Methodology 3Hrs 100 50 50

Course-XIX Applied Art -II 3 Hrs 100 50 50

(a) Landscape Painting (b) Photography

(c) Clay Modeling (d) Poster Design

Course-XX Dissertation + Viva Voce 100 50 50

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DETAILED SYLLABIE OF M.A. VISUAL ART: DRAWING &PAINTING

W.E.F. 2010-2011

FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE-I THEORY-- INDIAN PAINTING (upto 1850 A.D.)

Total 4 Credits in a week, Semester- 60 Duration of Exam- 3 Hrs.

Max. Marks- 100

Internal- 50

External- 50

Objective:- The history of Indian Painting is an immensely great and gigantic subject lost in the hoary antiquity

and far flung over the world civilization continuing to the present day. The mysteries and depth of the ocean of

art still lie unfathomed and undiscovered before us. The main objective of introducing this course is to provide a

thorough knowledge & understanding of History of Art & Culture of India.

Unit-I-

(a) Painting in pre-historic India.

(b) Early literary sources of Painting,

(c) Mural Tradition- Ajanta, Bagh, Badami, Sittanvsal & Ellora. 15 periods

Unit-II-

(a) Eastern Indian Painting,

(b) Western Indian Painting,

(c) Painting during Pre-Mughal period in Sultanate and the Laur Chanda- Chaurpachsika style,

(d) Mughal Painting under Akbar to Aurengazeb periods and Artists (Abdussamad, Daswant, Basawan, Miskin,

Abul Hasan, Bishandas and Mansur. 15 periods

Unit-III-

(a) Decani School-Ahemadnagar, Bijapur and Golkunda,

(b) Rajasthan schools- Mewar, Malwa, Bundi, Kota, Kishangarh, Nathdwara, Jaipur, Alwar, Jodhpur & Bikaner.

15 periods

Unit-IV-

(a) Pahari Schools-Basohli, Kangra- Guler, Chamba, Mandi and Garhwal

(b) Kaligahat Paintings

(c) Company painting. 15 periods

The Split up of 100 marks- External Assessment 50 M.M.

Internal Assessment 50 M.M

Internal assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test � 10 marks

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(b) Midterm Exam � 15 marks

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion � 10 marks

(d) Seminar/Project/Presentation � 15 marks

Assignment:

1. Review of Art work related to theory (at least five of each school.)

And prepare an assignment on given school with at least 5 plates/photographs of painting (about 10 pages).

2. Two latest articles will be discussed in class room as- Prachin Bhartiya Kala Ka Mulyankon- V.S. Agrawal.

Recommended Readings:

1. Indian Painting- Percy Brown.

2. Painting of India- D. Barrett and Basil Gray.

3. Album of Indian Painting- Mulk Raj Anand.

4. Ajanta- Ajit Ghosh

5. Indian Miniature Painting � M.S. Randhawa.

6. Rajput Painting- Anand K. Coomarswamy

7. Bhartiya chitrakala- Vachaspati Gairola (Mitra Prakashan Allahabad)

8. Bhartiya Chitra Kala Ka Itihas I & II- Shaym Bihari Agrawal

9. Kala Vilas- R.A. Agrawal

10. Pragetihasik Chitrakala- Jagdish Gupta

11. Kala Aur Kalam- G.K. Agrawal

12. Kala Darshan- Shachi Rani Gurtu

13. Bharat ki Chitrakala- Rai Krishna Das

14. Bharat ki Chitrakala ka Itihas- A.B. Verma

COURSE-II: THEORY

PHILOSOPHY OF ART (Indian)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Duration of Exams- 3 Hrs.

Max. Marks- 100

External- 50

Internal- 50

Objectve- This course is intended to familiarize the students with Indian poetics and Aesthetics in a nutshell, the

aesthetic thought of Bharat Muni & Abhinav Gupta, the greatest geniuses that India has produced.It explains the

inter relationship of Liteture, Visual & Performing arts. Besides this six limbs of Indian painting and cannons of

Chinese Painting studied by the students.

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Contents-

Unit-I- Indian aesthetic and its scope. Introduction to the basic principles and religious thought and their relation to

art. 12 Periods

Unit-II- Sources and evaluation of aesthetic concepts of India. Rasa theory of Bharat Muni and Abhinav Gupta,

Sadharani karan and Dhwani. (suggestiveness of work of Art).

12Periods

Unit-III-Richness of ambivalence and association. Alankar (artistic embellishment) Guna+ Dosha (Merits and

demerits in a work of art.) 12 Periods

Unit-IV-Inter-relationship of literature, Visual and performing arts. Nature and function of works of art as

understood in Indian aesthetics. Shadang theory. Cannons of Chinese Painting.

12 Periods

Unit-V- Detailed study of fundamentals of Indian Art and Aesthetics as described in Chitrasutram of

Vishnudharmottar Purana. 12 Periods

Assignments-

1. Two latest articles will be discussed in classroom as -

Kala Mein Darshan Tattava- Jitendra Hazarika

Bhartiya Vangmai Mein Saundrya Bodh- Sri Gopal Madhukar Chaturvedi

2. Prepare an assignment on given school ( with atleast 5 plates/photograph/diagrams) about 10 pages.

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment 50 M.M.

Internal Assessment 50 M.M.

Internal assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test � 10 marks

(b) (b) Midterm Exam � 15 marks

(c) Quitz or Group Discussion � 10 marks

(d) Seminar/Project/Presentation � 15 marks

Recommended Readings:

1. Indian Aesthetics � K.C. Pandey

2. Aesthetic Theory of Arts- Ranjan K. Ghosh

3. The Hindu view of Art- Mulk Raj Anand.

4. Christian and Oriental Philosophy of Art- A.K. Coomarswamy

5. Aesthetics- Prakash Vireshwer and Nupur Sharma

6. Kala Darshan (Hindi) - Prakash Vireshwer and Nupur Sharma

7. Kala Darshan- Hardwari Lal Sharma

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8. Rasa Siddhant Aur Saundraya Sastra- Nirmala Jain

9. Bhartiya Saundrya Sastra Ki Bhumika- Nagendra (National Publishing House, Delhi)

10. Kala Saundrya Aur Samiksha- G.K. Agrawal. (Ashok)

11. Bhartiya Kala Saundrya- Dr. Mohan Singh Mavadi

COURSE-III- STUDY OF MASTER�S PAINTINGS �I

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Max. Marks- 100

External- Theory 50 Marks

Internal- Submission & Display 50 Marks

Objective- To study in detail about the work of European Masters will further help in imitating and learning the

different techniques of portraiture in a methodical way.

Theory- External paper will include-

Study about the following European Masters and their work in detail. Emphasis should be on their significant

masterpieces.

Unit- I

(i) Leonardo da Vinci, (ii) Durer, (iii) Titian (High renaissance) 08 Periods

Unit- II

(i)Tintoretto, (ii) El Greco, (iii) Brueghel (Mannerism) 08 Periods

Unit- III

(i)Caravaggio, (ii) Frans Hals, (iii) Rubens (Baroque) 08 Periods

Unit- IV

(i)David, (ii) Ingres, (iii) Poussin (Neo-Classicisism) 08 Periods

Unit- V

(i)Delacroix, (ii) Goya, (iii) Courbet (Romanticism & Realism) 08 Periods

Internal- 50 marks Submission and Display will include-

Faithful copy of master�s portrait paintings from the work of the above Western portrait masters. Candidate should

study their style, colors, tone and arrangement. Name of the Master artist will be mentioned. Minimum 5 studies of

portraits in colors along with 20 sketches will be submitted for evaluation. These paintings will be done under the

supervision of the teacher.

Medium- Oil, Water

Size- Minimum 22�x15

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Books recommended-

1. the World�s Greatest Paintings- T. Leman Hare

2. The Story of Art- E.H. Gombrich

3. The Great Artists Series Published by- Marshal Cavendish Ltd. 1986

4. Leonardo Da Vinci- Reynal & Company, New York

5. Europe Ki Chitrakala- G.K. Agrawal

6. European Painting- Rajendra Bajpai

7. Europiya Punarjagran- Kusum Dass

COURSE-IV- PRACTICAL- APPLIED ART-I

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Max. Marks- 100

External- Theory 50 Marks

Internal- Submission & Display 50 Marks

Objective- Professional courses like- Computer basic (Application in Fine Arts), Print Making, Screen Printing,

Batik and Tie & Dye are necessary for Vocational Planning. Both Theory and Practical knowledge have an

important role in these courses, hence both theory and practical have been included in the curriculum.

Theory- External paper will include-

Unit-I

Introduction of Computer and related terminology. (Only basic information). 08 Periods

Unit-II

Knowledge of Software for various types of Fine Art work � Page Maker, Corel Draw, Photoshop, Photoprint and

Scanning. 08 Periods

Unit-III

Basic Principles of designing and technique of print making (Surface printing and Relief), Monoprints and

multicolour prints, simple methods of making blocks with card board, plywood and linocut.

08 Periods

Unit-IV

Introduction of basic techniques of Screen Printing, Batik and Tie & dye for paper and clothe.

08 Periods

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Assignments-

(i) Experiments done for explaining various textures through different materials and their combinations

like wire, string, cord, metal sheet, coins and coarse clothe etc.

(ii) Batik and Tie & dye.

(iii) Screen Printing.

Sessional Submission-

(i) Computer � 5 Final prints and 50 sketches.

(ii) Print Making- 5 Final Prints of lino/ply on paper and 20 experimental prints of different techniques.

(iii)&(iv) Screen, Batik and Tie & dye- 5 works each along with 50 sketches and experimental work.

Recommended Reading

1. Comdex computer course kit- Vikas Gupta. & books of this type (latest books)-

2. A History of Graphic Art- James Cleaver.

3. Exploring the Graphic Art- Van Nastrand.

4. Graphic Arts and Crafts.- D Kauffmann

5. Genesis of Graphic- M.R. Anand.

6. Graphic Art in India since 1850- Amit Mukhopadhayaya and Nirmalendu Dass

7. The Art of Print- Fritz Eichenberg.

8. .Graphic, Utkirnan & Murals- Dr. K.N. Mathur (I ed. 1995).

9. Bhartiya Chhapa Chitrakala- Umesh Sharma.

10. Bhartiya Chhapa Chitrakala- Sunil Kumar.

11. Kala Traimasik (U.P. Lalit Kala Academy) Chhapa kala Visheshank, April- June 2002.

12. A handbook of Paintings & Graphics (National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi).

13. Screen Printing & Stiker Industries- A.H.Hashmi & Krishna Kumar Aggarwal.

14. Batik Kala, Febric painting Tatha Tie & Dye- Sarla Sudarshan.

15. Bhartiya Batik Kala- Uma and Usha Bhatnagar.

16. Batik and Tie & Dye- Chitrangda Krishna.

17. Batik Art- Denis Thomas.

COURSE-V- PRACTICAL- PORTRAIT PAINTING FROM LIFE (BUST)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Max. Marks- 100

External- 50

Internal- 50

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Objective- To learn techniques of portraiture from life which will help in financial earnings and placement in

teaching and in different sectors eg. Professional Artists, crime branch, film industries etc.

Contents-

Portrait painting (bust) from life models of different age group (Male and Female). In Painting Pictorial

organization and character of model should be stressed.

Medium � Oil/Water

Size- minimum 22''X15''

Time 9 hrs in three sittings.

Sessonal Submission- 5 painting and 100 sketches of different age group- male female and children.

The split up of 100 marks-

Exam plate 50 M.M.

Sessional Submission 25 M.M.

Oral 25 M.M.

Recommended Books-

Foster series book related to portrait paintings.

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SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE-VI -THEORY - PHILOSOPHY OF ART (WESTERN)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Duration of Exam- 3 Hrs.

Max. marks- 100

Internal- 50

External- 50

Objective:- Traditionally Aesthetics was the branch of philosophy which studies beauty and art. Now aesthetics

is no more a branch of any subject, thanks to Baumgarten and heightened art consciousness of modern age,

aesthetic stands on its own.The main purpose of this paper is to study relationship between aesthetics and actual

works of art and to study principles of aesthetics of various significant periods in art history such as early Greek,

Roman, Medieval, Renaissance, Classical and Modern.

Contents-

Unit-I Study of aesthetics in relationship between actual works of art and principles of aesthetics of various

significant periods in Art History such as early Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaisance, Classical and Modern.

12 periods

Unit-II Thinkers- Plato, Aristotle, St. Augustine, Aquinas. 12 periods

Unit-III Thinkers- Lessing , Baumgarten, Kant, Hegal 12 periods

Unit-IV Thinkers- Roger Fry, Tolstoy, Croche, Santayana 12 periods

Unit-V Thinkers- Clive Bell, Freud, Sussane langer. 12 periods

Assignments-

Any two latest articles on philosophy of Art will be discussed in classroom as- Kala Mein Saundraya Ke

Pratiman- Sri Jyotish Joshi

Recommended Readings:-

1. A modern books of Aesthetics- Melvin Radar

2. Western Aesthetics � K.C. Pandey

3. The Meaning of Art- Herbert Read

4. Principles of Art- R.G. Colingwood

5. Aesthetic Theory of Arts- Ranjan K. Ghosh

6. Saundarya- Rajendra Bajpai

7. Kala Ka Darshan- Kumar Vimal

8. Kala Ke Darshnik Tattava- Surendra Das Gupta

9. Kala Chintan: Saundaryatmak Vivechana- Vidhu Kaushik

10. Swatantra kala Shastra- K.C. Pandey

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11. Saundarya Shastra- Mamta Chaturvedi

12. Saundarya Shastra- Ram Lakhan Shukal

13. Paschatya Saundarya Shastra Ka Itihas- Sunrit Kumar Bajpai

14. Saundarya Tattav Mimanasa- Shyamla Gupta

COURSE-VII- THEORY

WESTERN ART (Prehistoric to Gothic)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Duration of Exam- 3 Hrs.

Max. marks- 100

Internal- 50

External- 50

Objective:- The purpose of the study of Western Art (Pre-historic to Gothic) is to enable the students to see the

wood rather than the trees. Afterwards he or she can specialize, differentiate and particulerize.

Contents-

Unit-I Prehistoric Art (Art before writing) 15 Periods

(a) Painted caves of Northern Spain.

(b) Painted caves of Southern France.

Unit-II 15Periods

(a) Mesopotamia (Sumerian Art, Akkadian Art, Babylonian Art, Assyrian Art and Neo- Babylonian Art.)

(b) Egyption Art (The Predynastic Art, The Old Kingdom, The Middle Kingdom, The New Kingdom).

(c) Agean Art (The Art of Crete, Art of Mycenia).

Unit-III 15 Periods

(a) Greek Art

(b) Etruscan Art

(c) Roman Art

Unit-IV 15 Periods

(a) Early Christian Painting

(b) Byzantine Art

(c) Romanesque Art

(d) Gothic Art

Assignments-

(i) Two latest articles will be discussed in class room.

(ii)Prepare an assignment on given subject (with at least 5 plates/Photographs/diagrams) About 10 pages.

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The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

COURSE VIII- WORLD ART (ANCIENT)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60 Duration of Exam- 3 Hrs.

Max. marks- 100

Internal- 50

External-50

Objective- The aim and objective of incorporating this paper in curriculum is to familiarize the students, the

development and similarities among ancient Eastern and Western Civilization and Art in nutshell.

Contents-

Unit-I 10 Periods

(a) The Art of Prehistoric Age- India, Spain, France & Persia.

(b) Ancient Art from cave to cities- bank of Indus River (India), River Nile (Egypt) & River Tigris &Euphrates

(Iraq & Iran- Mesopotamian).

Unit-II Greek Art- 10 Periods

(a) Early Transitional Period (480-450 B.C.).

(b) High Classical Period (450-400 B.C.).

(c) Late Classical Period (400-320 B.C.)

(d) Hellenistic Period (320-300 B.C.).

Unit-III Early Background of Chinese Painting- Buddhist Painting in China during Han dynasty, Three

Kingdom and Six Dynasty. 10 Periods

Unit- IV Early Background of Japanese Painting- Buddhist Painting in Japan during Asuka and Nara

Periods. 10 Periods

Unit-V Persian Art-

(a)Art of Achaemenian Period (550-330 B.C.)

(b)The Art of Parthian Period (250 B.C.- 3rd A.D.)

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(c) The Art of Sasani Period (250 A.D.- 650 A.D.).

10 Periods

Unit-VI Indian Art- Mauryan Period, Sunga Period, Kushan Period, Gandhara Period and Gupta Period.

10 Periods

Assignments-

(i) Two latest articles will be discussed in class room.

(ii)Prepare an assignment on given subject (with at least 5 plates/Photographs/diagrams) About 10 pages.

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

Recommended Readings- Course- VII &VIII

1. An Outline of Art- Sir William Orpan

2. The Story of Art- E.H. Gombrich

3. History of Western Art- Eruin O. Christenser

4. Art of the World Series- Eric Newton (London 2001)

5. Art through the Ages- Helen Gardener

6. Paschim ki Chitrakala- G.K. Aggarwal

7. Paschim ki Kala- G.K. Aggarwal

8. Prachin Europiya Kala- B.P. Kamboj

9. Pashchatya Kala- Mamta Chaturvedi

10. Europe ki Chitrakala- G.K.Aggarwal

11. Japanese Painting- Akiyama Terukazu

12. Painting of Far East- Lawrence Bimion

13. History of Far Eastern Art- Sherman Lee

14. Chini Kala- Rajendra Bajpai

15. Chini Chitrakala- Chitralekha Singh

16. Japani Chitrankan- Rajendra Bajpai

17. Sudur Purv ki Kala- Dr. Reeta Pratap

(China, Japan, Persia)

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COURSE- IX STUDY OF MASTER PAINTING �II

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester-60

Max. Marks- 100

External- Theory 50 Marks

Internal- Submission & Display 50 Marks

Objective- The detailed studies of work of Indian Miniature Masters will further help the students in improving

their knowledge about unparallel technique, symbolism, decorativeness and natural touch in their paintings.

(Rajasthani, Mughal, Pahari). This will also help in Thematic Composition.

Theory- External Paper will include-

Unit-I-

(a) Vasant Vilas Pat (Apbhransha)

(b) Paintings of Chaurpanchashika (Early Rajasthani)

(c) Ragamala Paintings (Mewar)

(d) Pichhvai (Nathdwara)

Unit-II-

(a) Vegetation and Jungle scene (Bundi)

(b) Hunting scene (Kotah)

(c) Portraits (Jaipur)

(d) Bani Thani and Boating scene (Kishangarh)

Unit-III-

(a) Painting of Hamjanamah (Humaun and Akabar)

(b) Animal and Birds Painting (Jahangir)

(c) Hashiya Ankan (Akabar, Jahangir and Shahjahan)

Unit-IVMughal

Artists�s and their 5 Paintings-

(a) Abdus Samad, Daswant, Basavan (Akabar Period)

(b) Ustad Mansur, Manohar, Bishandas and Abul Hasan (Jahangir Period)

Unit-V-

(a) Devi Mahatmaya Menuscript (Early Pahari)

(b) Rasamanjari Paintings (Basohli)

(c) Nayika Paintings (Guler and Kangra)

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(d) Paintings of Rangmahal (Chamba)

(e) Paintings with Folk Elements (Kulu and Mandi)

Internal- (50 Marks) Submission & Display will include-

Faithful copy of Masterpieces of above theory Indian Miniature Schools. Studying the style, colour, tone & texture.

Minimum 5 Studies and 50 sketches will be submitted for evaluation. The name of school and period will be

mentioned on the painting. These paintings will be done under the supervision of the teacher of the deptt..

Medium & Technique- Water (Gouche or Wash)

Size- 22�X15�

Book Recommended-

1- Album of Indian Paintings- Mulk Raj Ananda

2- Rajput Paintings- A.K. Coomarswamy

3- Kishangarh Paintings- L. K. A., Delhi (Dickinson & Khandalawala)

4- Rajput Painting- Basil Gray

5- Indian Painting under Mughals- Percy Brown

6- Bhartiya Chitrakala (Pal to Pahari)- Dr. Asha Ananda, Dr. Seeme Sachdeva

7- Indian Painting From Punjab Hills- W.G. Archer

8- Basohli Painting of Rasamanjari- Randhawa and Bhambari

9- Pahari Masters- B.N. Goswami and E. Ficher

10- Pahari Chitrakala- K.L. Vaid

11- Pahari Miniature Painting- Karl Khandalawala

COURSE- X PRACTICAL- THEMATIC COMPOSITION AND INSTANT SKETCHING,

Total 4 credits in a week semester- 60 Max. marks-100

Internal-50

External-50

Objective- After the study of course IX, Indian Miniature Painting, the students learn to make an original

composition in this course.

Thematic Composition- Students have to develop a composition on a given theme. Pictorial organization,

colour scheme, unity of effect should be aimed at. ThePainting should contain not less than two figures.

Medium- Oil or Water

Size- not less than 22�X15�

Time - 12 Hrs. in 4 sittings

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Instant Sketching- Instant Sketching (Human Figure, 15�X22�, Paper) will be done by the candidate on the

topic given by the examiner on the spot within 20 min. period.

Sessional Submission- 5 Thematic Paintings and 100 sketches.

The split up of 100 marks-

Exam Plate � 50

Instant Sketching � 15

Oral Test � 10

Sessional Submission � 25

The external and internal examiner will conduct the practical examination.

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THIRD SEMESTER

COURSE-XI � THEORY

EUROPEAN PAINTING (RENAISSANCE TO REALISM)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60 Max. marks-100

Internal- 50

External- 50

Objective- The main purpose to include this paper of European Painting in curriculum is to give the knowledge of

great Art and Artists from Renaissance to Realism. (Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael,Velasquez,

Hogarthe, Titian, Rubens etc. All in a brief sketch).

Contents-

Unit-I Renaissance Period 15 Periods

(a) Characteristics and evolution of Renaissance as a total revival in terms of concept and ideas.

(b) Some early exponents Giotto, Masaccio, Fra Angilo, Pierodella Francesca, Bottichelli, Bellini Brothers.

(c) Some exponents of High Renaissance- Leonardo Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Giorgione, Durer,

Titian.

Unit-II Mannerism 15 Periods

(a) The conscious revolt against the ideals of Renaissance.

(b) Certain works of Michelangelo (later period), Rosso, Permigianino, Tintoretto, El Greco, Brueghel.

Unit-III Baroque & Rococo 15 Periods

(a) The opulent extravagance in the art of the period, some exponents Giovanni Bellini, Caravaggio, Frans

Hals, Rubens, Lorrain.

(b) The dramatic use of light in the work of Vermeer, Rembrandt, Velasquez.

Unit-IV 15 Periods

(a) Neo- Classical Painting- The work of David, Ingres and Poussin.

(b) English Landscape Painting- The work of Turner and Constable.

(c) Romanticism- The work of Gericault, Delacroix.

(d) Realism- Courbet.

Assignment-

(a) Any two articles will be discuss as-

1- Vincent Vangogh Ka Jeewan aur Kala- Shrikant Verma

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2- Hanery Matisse Ki Kala- Ronald Krshan

(b) Seminar/Presentation/Project on any one artist related to the course.

Recommended Readings-

1- Art through the ages- Helen Gardener

2- Outline History of Art- William Orpan

3- A History of Western Art- Michael Levey

4- The Story of Paintings- H.W. Jonson

5- World�s Greatest Paintings- T.Leman Hare

6- Pictorial/History of Western Art- Erwin O.Christener

7- Paschim Ki Chitrakala- G.K.Aggarwal

8- Europe ki Chitrakala- G.K.Aggarwal

9- European Painting- Rajendra Bajpai

10- Europiya Punarjagran- Kusum Dass

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

COURSE- XII THEORY

MODERN ART (WESTERN)

Total 4 credits in a week, semester-60 Max. marks-100

Internal-50

External-50

Objective- The study of Art History can not be completed without the knowledge of Western Modern Art. It will

suffice The purpose of making students aware of different isms in Modern Art.

Contents-

Technical and stylistic characteristics of Main Movements in Paintings (from mid-19th century to the present day)

with importance and the contribution of important masters.

Unit-I 12 Periods

(i) Impressionism- Monet, Manet, Renoir, Degas.

(ii) Post- Impressionism- Cezanne, Vangogh, Gaugin.

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Unit-II 12 Periods

20th century Cubism- Juan Gris, Picasso, Braque.

Unit-III 12 Periods

(i) Expressionism- Munch, Nolde.

(ii) Fauvism- Matisse, Vlaminck.

Unit-IV 12 Periods

(i) Surrealism- Salvador Dali, Joan Miro.

(ii) Abstraction- Mondrian, Kendinsky, Paul Klee.

Unit-V 12 Periods

(i) Dadaism- Picabia, Marcel Duchamp.

(ii) Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art.

Assignments-

(a) Two latest articles will be discussed as-

1- Kala mei Srajanatmakta- Adarsh Gaur

2- Drashya Kala mei Amurtata ka Prashana- Shansha Husain

(b)Seminar/Presentation/ Project of any two artist related to the course.

Recommended Readings-

1- A History of Modern Art- H.H. Arnason

2- Philosophy of Modern Art- Herbert Read

3- Story of Modern Art- Scheldon Cheney

4- Dictionary of twentieth Dynasties Art- Phaidon

5- Masters of Modern Art- (ed) Alfred H. Bars

6- Modern Movement Art- R.H. Wilenski

7- Foundation of Modern- Fant Ozen

8- Adhunik Chitrakala- G.K.Aggarwal

9- Adhunik Chitrakala ka Itihas-R.V. Sakhalkar

10- Modern Art- Rajendra Bajpai

11- Paschimi Adhunik Chitrakala- Ram Chandra Shukla

12- Adhunik Chitrakala- Ram Chandra Shukla

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

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Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

COURSE- XIII FOLK AND TRIBAL ART

4 Credits in a week, Semester- 60 Max. marks- 100

External Theory- 50 M.M.

Internal- Submission & Display 50 M.M.

Objective- Basically, we can not forget our own culture and folk background. In India we have different types of

folk and tribal heritage. Modern contemporary artists are showing their interest and taking inspiration from folk

design. Our students should also know about our folk and tribal art heritage.

Contents-

Theory- External paper will include-

Unit-I: Folk Art and Tribal Art- Definition, Characteristics, Techniques and its importance.

10 Periods

Unit-II: Classification of Folk Art and Tribal Art. 10 Periods

Unit-III: Indian Folk Art and Tribal Art- Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujrat, Orisa,

Himachal, Uttranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bangal, Jammu and Kashmir etc.

20 Periods

Unit-IV: Famous Indian Artists influenced by folk art and tribal art of India. Application of folk art and tribal art

in Modern world. 20 Periods

Internal-(50 Marks) Submission & display will include-

Sessional Submission of five works done after above mentioned Unit- III & IV. Minimum 5 Paintings will be

submitted for evaluation. These Paintings will be done under the supervision of the teacher.

Books Recommended-

1. Village folk of India: Boyd

2. Decorative Design and Craftsmanship of India: Chattopadhyaya K.D

3. Indian Folk Art and Craft: Dhamija Jasleen

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4. Folk and Tribal Art of India: Enasksni Bhavani

5. Folk Paintings of India: Elwen Verrier

6. Tribal Art of Middle India: Elwen Verrier

7. Bhartiya Lok Kala (Chhattisgarh): Neelima Gupta

8. Art of Rajasthan: Jogendra Saxena

9. Warli Paintings K. Prakash

10. Brij Ke Utsav Tyohar aur Mele: Mittal Prabhu Dayal

11. Folk Art of Bangal: Mukerjee Ajit

12. The Folk Art of India: Ray Sudhanshu Kumar

13. Lok Kala- Mulya aur Sandarbh: Satyendra

14. Mithila ki Lokchitrakala: Awadhesh Aman

15. Kumaon ka Prativedan: Baladutt Pandey

16. Kumaon ki Lok Kala Sanskriti aur Parampara: Krishna Bairathi & Salyendra Kush

17. Chitrakala Evam Lok Kala:Vividh Ayam: Shekhar Chand Joshi

18. The Painted World of the Warlis: Yashodhar Dalmia (L K A New Delhi):

COURSE-XIV

COMPUTER, GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ANIMATION

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60 Max. Marks- 100

External- Theory (50 M.M.)

Internal- Submission & Displays (50 M.M.)

Objective- To achieve and learn about modern technology of Art & Design which helps in vocational placement

also.

Theory- External Paper will include-

Unit-I (a) Introduction to Computer & related Terminology.

(b) Use of Computer in Modern Society.

Unit-II Various types of Graphic Programmes.

Unit-III D.T.P. Package (Documents)

(a) M.S. Office

(b) Page Maker

(c) Preparation of Documents using D.T.P.

(d) Various Fonts and Character Sets

(e) Indian Language Fonts

(f) Creation of Fonts

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Unit-IV Graphic Programmes

(a) Corel Draw

(b) Photoshop

(c) Photopaint

(d) Scanning

(e) Auto Cad

(f) 3D Max Studio

Unit-V Introduction to 2D Animation and related Software.

Internal-(50 Marks) Submission & Display will include-

5 final prints, 50 sketches & minimum one CD of assigned work.

COURSE- XV PRACTICAL

CREATIVE COMPOSITION & INSTANT SKETCHING

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester-60

Objective- Developing the creative power of the students and make them able to work as freelance artist.

Creative Composition- Working on a thematic and abstract idea with creative setting in Oil, Acrylic, Mix

Medium, Pastel and latest materials. The students should initiate to develop their own individual technique and

style. The emphasis should be given on conceptualization and experimentation.

Surface- Any

Medium- Any

Size- Minimum 36�X24�

Instant Sketching- Instant Sketching (on a paper, Size- 15�X22�) will be done by the candidates on the topic

given by the examiner on the spot within 20 mints. Period.

Sessional Submission- 5 finished Paintings and 100 Sketches.

The split up of 100 marks-

Exam Painting- 50 M.M.

Instant Sketching (on the spot) 20 M.M.

Oral Test- 10 M.M.

Sessional Submission- 20 M.M.

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FOURTH SEMSTER

COURSE-XVI THEORY

INDIAN MODERN ART (1850-1937)

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Objective- The main purpose of including this course in the syllabus is to give knowledge about the affects of

English Art on the Indian Art and revivalism & Modernism in Indian Art (from 1850 upto 1937).

Contents-

Unit-I 15 Peroids

(a) Indian Art under the British

(b) British Academism

(c) Raja Ravi Verma and his Followers.

Unit-II 15 Peroids

(a) Nationalist Movement and Revival of Traditional Indian Art

(b) Views and work of Ananda Coomar Swamy, E.B.Havell, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Gaganendra Nath Tagore,

Binod Bihari Mukherjee, Ramkinker Baij.

Unit-III 15 Peroids

Analytical Study of Bangal School and Artists- Abnindra Nath Tagore, Nand Lal Bose, Asit Kumar Haldar,

K.Vainktappa, Kshitndra Nath Majumdar, Devi Prasad Rai Chaudhary, Abdur Rehman Chugati, Ukil Brothers,

Sudhir Ranjan Khastgir and Ram Gopal Vijayvargiya.

Unit-IV 15 Peroids

Modernism in Art: Rabindra Nath Tagore, Gagnendra Nath Tagore, Amrita Shergill and Jamini Roy.

Assignments-

(a) Any two latest articles on Indian Modern Art will be discussed as- Sam Kaleen Bhartiya

Kala Ka Naya Vyakaran- Vinod Bhardwaj.

(b) Seminar/Presentation/Project on any two artists related to the course.

Books Recommended-

1. Modern Art in India- A.C. Mukherjee

2. Encyclopedia of Modern Art- Vikas Publication

3. Studies in Modern Indian Art- Ratan Parimoo

4. Modern Indian Painting- P. R. Ramchandra Rao

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5. Contemporary Indian Artists- Geeta Kapoor

6. Art of Modern India- Aziz Kurtha and Balraj Khanna (London 1998)

7. Bhartiya Adhunik Chitrakala Ka Itihas- Mamta Chaturvedi

8. Indian Modern and Contemporary Art- P. N. Mago

9. Adhunik Chitrakala Ka Itihas- R. V. Sakhalkar

10. Adhunik Bhartiya chitrakala Ka Itihas- G. K. Agrawal

11. The Story of Indian Art- (1996) S. K. Bhattacharya

12. Samkaleen Kala: Sandarbh aur Isthiti- Ed.Krishna Narayan Kakkar (L. K. A. Delhi)

13. Adhunik Bhartiya Chitrakala Ka Vikas: Eik Antarang Adhyayan- Vinod Bharadwaj (1982 Delhi)

14. Bhartiya Samkaleen Kala: Eik Pariprekshya- P. N. Mago

15. Samkaleen Bhartiya Kala- Ram Viranjan (Kurukshetra 2003)

COURSE XVII THEORY

INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART (SINCE 1937)

Total 4 credits in a week, semester-60

Objective- This paper introduces contemporary art institutions, the work of different artist�s groups and

individual artists of Indian Modern Art.

Contents-

Unit- I Art Institutions- National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, National Lalit Kala Academy, New

Delhi and State L.K.Akademies, Grahi Artist Campus, New Delhi, Faculty of Fine Art, M.S.University Baroda,

Government College of Art, Chandigarh and Institutions/Colleges of Uttar Pradesh.

12 Periods

Unit-II Important Artist�s Groups- Young Turks 1937, Calcutta Group 1943, PAG Bombay 1947,

PAA Kashmir 1948, Shilpi Chakra, New Delhi 1949, Bombay Group 1957, Chaul Mandal Madras

(Village of Art) Tulika Kalakar Parishad Udaipur 1958, Group 1890 New Delhi 1963 and Artist�s Group

of U.P. as- Kriti Artists�s Group Meerut(1996), Varnika Bareilly, Chikitushi Kanpur, Kalangan

Muzaffarnagar and other groups.

12 Periods

Unit-III Contemporary Artist-I- Bandre, Hebbar, Ara, Hussain, Chavada, Raza, Souza, Ram Kumar, Tayeb

Mehta, Satish Gujral, Kulkarni, Lakshaman Pai, G.R. Santosh, J.Swaminathan.

12 Periods

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Unit-IV Contemporary Artist-II- P.T. Reddy, K.P. Shekhawat, K.G.Subramaniam, V.S.Gytonde,

P.N.Choyal, Krishna Khanna, Akabar Padamsi, A.Ramchandran, Paramjeet Singh,Ganesh Pain, R.S.Bisht, Bhupen

Khakkar, Manjeet Balwa, Anjali Illa Menon, Vivan Sundaram.

12 Periods

Assignments-

(a) Review of two latest article on Indian Contemporary Artist.

(b) Seminar/Project/Presentation on one artist (Contemporary).

Recommended Books-

1. Samkaleen Bhartiya Kala- Mamta Chaturvedi

2. Adhunik Bhartiya Kala ke Adhar Stambh- Prem Chand Goswami (Jaipur)

3. Kala Chintan- ed. M. Khanna (Lucknow L.K.A.)

4. Modern Art aur Bhartiya Chitrakar- Rajendra Bajpai

5. Bhartiya Kala aur Kalakar- E. Kumaril Swami

And books From Course XVI.

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

COYRSE-XVIII THEORY

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Objective- Every subject needs the research work for its development. This course is being prescribed for the

preparation students to do the research work in future life.

Contents-

Unit-I Introduction

Meaning, Nature and Types of Research, Experiments- Laboratory Experiments, Field Experiments, Field Study,

Survey Research, Major Steps in Research, Problem- Formulation & Kinds, Hypothesis- Its Kinds, Variables and

Controls, Survey of Related Literature, Ethical Issues. 12 Periods

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Unit-II Data Collection- I

Sampling- Meaning and needs of Sampling, Requirement of a good Sample, Sampling Techniques-Probability &

Non- Probability.

12 Periods

Unit-III Data Collection- II

Research Tools-Observation, Interviews, Questionnaire, Rating Scales, Contents Analysis, Case study, Schedules.

12 Periods

Unit-IV Analysis & Interpretation of Data

Analysis & Interpretation of Data, Establishment of Categories, Coding, Tabulation, Statistical Analysis of Data,

Inferring Causal Relations.

12 Periods

Unit-V Research Report Writing 12 Period

(a) Format of the Synopsis.

(b) Format of Project/Dissertation.

(c) Format of Abstract.

(d) Format of Research Paper.

The split up of 100 marks- External Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment- 50M.M.

Internal Assessment shall based on-

(a) Written Test- 10 marks,

(b) Midterm Exam- 15 marks,

(c) Quiz or Group Discussion- 10 marks,

(d) Seminar/Presentation/Project- 15 marks.

Suggested Readings-

1. Foundations of Behavioural Research: Karlinger FN

2. Research Methods in Social Relations: Sheltz & Others

3. Research Methodology- methods and Techniques: Kothari CR

4. Shodh Pravidhi: Sharma VM

5. Shodh Swaroop Evam Manak vyavaharik karya vidhi: Singhal Baijnath

6. Anusandhan Swarpoop Evan Prakriya: Chandra Suresh

7. Anusandhan Parichay (Agra 1973): Paras Nath Rai

8. Shodh Pravidhi: Vinay Mohan Sharma 1980 New Delhi

9. Shodh aur Siddhant: Dr. Nagendra, New Delhi

10. Shodh Vidhiyan: Dr. M.K. Jain (University Publication, Ansari Road, Dariya Gang, New Delhi).

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COURSE-XIX APPLIED ART-II

Total 4 credits in a week, Semester- 60

Max. Marks- 100

External Theory- 50 M.M.

Internal Submission & Displays- 50 M.M.

Objective- Vocational courses like Poster Designing, Clay Modeling, Photography & Landscape Painting are

necessary for future planning. Both theory as well as practical knowledge have an important role in these courses,

hence both theory and practical have been included in the curriculum.

Theory- (50 M. M.) External Paper will include-

Unit-I- Meaning and definition of Poster Designing, Knowledge of pictorial and typographical elements,

Principles of Composition, colour and different painting techniques.

Unit-II- Introduction and basic Clay Modeling techniques like Coil, Slab, Hollowing etc. Method of clay

Preparation.

Unit-III- Development of Photography in India, Development of Pinhole Camera and other types. Portraiture

and product photography, dark room practice, enlarging, bromide printing, photogram, toning etc.

Unit-IV- Meaning of Landscape, Types of Landscape and Perspective (Linear and areal).

Internal-(50 Marks) Submission & Display will include-

However, for practical assessment, any two of the following applied art courses can be opted-

(a) Landscape Painting

(b) Photography

(c) Clay Modeling

(d) Poster Design

Sessional Submission-

(a) Landscape Painting- 5 landscape paintings (outdoor) & 50 sketches

(b) Photography- 5 final prints (minimum Post Card size) and 25 experimental work

(c) Clay Modeling- 5 clay models and 50 sketches for clay modeling

(d) Poster Design- 5 finished poster designs and 50 sketches (calligraphy, typography and layout etc.)

Above work will be done under the supervision of the teacher of deptt.

Recommended Readings-

1. Practical Photography Course- A.H. Hashmi, (Delhi)

2. Photography- O.P.Sharma (Delhi, Shahdra)

3. Photomontage- Ades Dawn (New york)

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4. A Handbook of Painting & Graphics ( N.Gallery of M.Art, Delhi)

5. Trik Photography of colour processing- A.H.Hashmi

COURSE- XX DISSERTATION & VIVA VOCE

Max marks-100

Internal- 50

External-50

DISSERTATION:

The candidate will prepare a dissertation on any topic suggested by the supervisor/teacher. The research

methodology i.e. proper hypothesis, references, quotations procedure and terminology, bibliography and

illustrations etc. should be followed. Properly bound dissertation should be submitted to the head of the department

on or before the date fixed by Head of Department/Coordinator .

Suggested Topics: Any topic from Art History, Art and Craft, Folk and Tribal Art of India. Fundamentals of Art,

Medium and Techniques ( Traditional and Modern)

During this semester some lectures would be provided by the regular faculty members or ley the guest faculty

so as the acquaint the students with requirement objectives, types and scope of formal research in Art History of

India.

Students opting topics on Painting techniques and textures shall have to take up this work seriously. Various

skills and traditions which are living and dying are to be chosen by the students as dissertation project work. The

students may be allowed to go and learn these skills from experts. This will helpful to the students to explore and

revive the rich traditions in Art and Craft.

The student may be permitted to seek the training individually under professional artisan artist craft man after

seeking the proper permission of Head of Department. However, students shall have to arrange their own funds for

such types of studies.

VIVA VOCE:

Viva voce examination is designed to evaluate the over all general knowledge of the candidate related to

methods & material practical handling of various media and grounds i.e. painting, graphics/print making,

mural and computer graphics etc. He/She should have knowledge of other visual Arts as Sculpture and

Applied Arts. Contemporary art activities and artists of India.

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कला के उत्थान के लिए यह ब्लॉग समकालीन गतिविधियों के साथ,आज के दौर में जब समय की कमी को, इंटर नेट पर्याप्त तरीके से भाग्दौर से बचा देता है, यही सोच करके इस ब्लॉग पर काफी जानकारियाँ डाली जानी है जिससे कला विद्यार्थियों के साथ साथ कला प्रेमी और प्रशंसक इसका रसास्वादन कर सकें . - डॉ.लाल रत्नाकर Dr.Lal Ratnakar, Artist, Associate Professor /Head/ Department of Drg.& Ptg. MMH College Ghaziabad-201001 (CCS University Meerut) आज की भाग दौर की जिंदगी में कला कों जितने समय की आवश्यकता है संभवतः छात्र छात्राएं नहीं दे पा रहे हैं, शिक्षा प्रणाली और शिक्षा के साथ प्रयोग और विश्वविद्यालयों की निति भी इनके प्रयोगधर्मी बने रहने में बाधक होने में काफी महत्त्व निभा रहा है . अतः कला शिक्षा और उसके उन्नयन में इसका रोल कितना है इसका मूल्याङ्कन होने में गुरुजनों की सहभागिता भी कम महत्त्व नहीं रखती.