Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Interior Architecture (B.Int.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.Arch)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting (BFA-Painting)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Miniature Painting (BFA-Mini.Painting)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture (BFA-Sculpture)
  • Bachelor of Graphic Design (B.Des.Graphic)
  • Bachelor of Industrial Product Design (B.Des.Industrial Product)
  • Bachelor of Fashion Design (B.Des.Fashion)

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
  • Master of Interior Architecture (M.Int.Arch.)
  • Master of Visual Arts (M.V.A.)
  • Master of Fashion Design (M.Des.Fashion)

Post Graduate Programs

  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Architecture (PGD-Arch.)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Interior Architecture (PGD-Int.Arch.)
  • Post-Grad. Diploma of Landscape Architecture (PGD-L.Arch.)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Fine Arts in Painting (PGD.FA-Painting)
  • Post-Grad. Dip. of Fine Arts in Mini. Painting.(PGD.FA-Mini.Painting)
  • Post-Grad. Diploma of Fine Arts in Sculpture (PGD.FA-Sculpture)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Fashion Design (PGD.Des-Fashion)
  • Post-Grad.Dip. of Industrial Product Design (PGD.Des-Indust.&Product)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma of Graphic Design (PGD.Des-Graphic)

Rules & Regulations

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture (BFA-Sculpture)

School of Architecture Art & Design offers its students an education in the visual arts as an integral part of a comprehensive educational experience. The Sculpture program provides a sequenced studio approach to three-dimensional creation in a variety of materials and techniques that prepare students for lifelong learning as a professional artist. Through working from the figure and from observation, students learn about medium, form, and content.
Students concentrate on sculptural practices; advance their understanding of materials, process and content, leading to the creation of a sustainable studio practice. Studio experimentation is encouraged while learning about the historical and contemporary trends in sculpture.

Educational Objectives:

  • To develop skills to examine, discuss and improve their work and the work of their peers.
  • To introduce kinetic, interactive and public based artwork and their unique demands, expanding the notions of what and where sculpture can be.
  • To learn through projects and individual exploration.
  • To train students in the plaster, wood and metal shops.


  • Students will have the confidence and ability to manipulate new and existing materials with various methods and conceptual approaches to create works of art.
  • Students would have the confidence to work with wood, metal, plaster and other media
  • Will have the ability to use a wide range of hand and power tools.


  • 140 Credits, 8 semesters, Full-time

Eligibility/Admission Requirements:

F.Sc./FA/ I.com./ICS/DAE/B.Tech.(pass)/A-Level 3 courses with “C” grade or equivalent (12 year of Education) with 2nd division.