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    Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    list the courses for arts students in graduation?
    thank u

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    Mar 2013

    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    list the courses for arts students in graduation?
    thank u
    Hello Dude,

    Following courses are good for arts students in graduation:-

    M. A. in Mass Communication

    Advance Diploma in Animation (ADA)

    Advance Diploma in Animation Film Making (ADAFM)

    Advance Diploma in Art & 3D Animation

    Advance Diploma in Computer and Animation Technology

    Advance Diploma in Digital Arts and Animation

    Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing

    Advance Diploma in Film Animation

    Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in

    All the best!!!!!!!!!

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    Jan 2013

    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    Hi aspirant,

    Arts is a subject which when performed by someone it reflect ones attributes.
    And all of can not be artistic if he do not feel the art he is following.
    Because is a flowing air which is a nourishment process for everyone.
    Student who have not enjoyed art will always remain maild.

    List of Streams a Arts student can opt for in Graduation course are:

    Bachelor of Arts Course
    Diploma in Fine Arts
    Post Graduate Diploma in French
    Bachelor of Arts
    Bachelor of Arts (Honors)
    Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts
    Bachelor of Performing Arts
    Master of Arts in Drama
    Master of Indian music
    Master of Arts in Drawing & Painting
    Post Graduate Diploma in Dramatics
    Diploma in Theatre, Film & Television Technology
    Bachelor of Library & Information Sciences
    Bachelor of Education
    Bachelor Degree in Physical Education
    Diploma in Library & Information Sciences
    Certificate Course in Yoga Education
    Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Education
    Bachelor of Business Administration

    List of the best Arts college over India are:

    Apeejay College of Fine Art, Punjab
    Apeejay Institute of Design, Delhi
    Arya College of Art & Craft, Haryana
    Assam University
    B.B.K. D.A.V. College for Women
    B.K. College of Art and Crafts, Orissa
    Banasthali University, Rajasthan
    Bangalore University
    Bengal Fine Arts College
    Bharathiar Palkalaikoodam, Puducherry
    Bharathidasan University, Tamil Nadu
    Bhatkhande Music Institute Deemed University, Uttar Pradesh
    Biju Pattanaik Film and Television Institute of Orissa (BPFTIO)
    Bundelkhand University, Uttar Pradesh
    Chennai Film School


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    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?


    Arts students courses like ::

    *** Advanced Diploma in Arts and 3D Animation

    *** Advanced Post Graduation Diploma

    *** MA in Mass Communication

    *** Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design

    *** Advanced Diploma in Animation

    *** Advanced Diploma in Film Animation

    *** Advanced Diploma in Digital Arts Animation.

    All the best...............

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    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    Courses for Arts students are:---

    Arts is a good stream, After taking Arts, you need to complete your graduation and then you should prepare for B.ed, then you can become professor and start your career in a college or university,there are multiple options reveled after that you can also do Phd and become scientist....

    some of the courses are:==




    mass communication

    diploma in multimedia

    diploma in animation

    b.ed (bachelor of education)


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    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    Hello, Arts is also a good stream ,it has also many scope for better future, People says that it is a creative Stream, which helps the students to increase their thinking and manpower by creating in arts, As in the ancient times people talk with thwarting help of signs ,figures ,pictures, ,as we we have at the older buildings or temples there are many pictures drawn ,what are they that all are their culture ,feelings etc shown by arts. So it has great value in the modern world also. The Art students have many courses ,you can opt for , BA, BBM, ENglish, Sociology , Music ;dance, Mass communication, Fashion Designing , BBA,BCA and many course for you you continue your study with your steam ,you definitely get the good job. All the best.

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    Chetan Kirgi
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    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    List of the arts students in graduation.
    1) B Ed Bachalor of Arts
    2) Bachalor of physical degree
    3) Bachalor of Library science
    4) Bachalor of visual Arts
    5) Bachalor of performing Arts
    6) Bachalor of social work
    7) Bachalor of music
    8) Diplome in Theater, Film and television Techonology
    9) Diplome in Library information and science
    10 Diplome in Fine Arts
    11) Diplome in multimedia
    12) Diplome in Animation
    13) Advanced Diplome in Fashion Desighing
    14) Advanced Diplome in Film Animation
    15) Advanced diplome in digitol arts animation.

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    Anil 7893
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    Re: Courses for Arts students in graduation?

    Hello friends ....................

    If you are opting for higher studies, then the options available in front of you are a MA, MBA, B.Ed etc. If you are interested in a career in management the MBA would be the most apt option.
    If you future goal is teaching or PhD or anything similar then, go for an MA course in the concerned subject.
    If getting a job is you top priority then, you can start preparing for various competitive exams.
    The UPSC is one of the manor recruiter of graduates to various government departments.
    You can appear in the Civil service exam, NDA Army wing exam and many others.
    There are also state level examinations which are carried out by the PSC for recruiting candidates.
    If you have more than 60 % of marks in the graduation then banks is another perfect option for a career.

    All the best

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