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Arts, Design and Architecture

Arts Design and Architecture are among the top disciplines that help boost creativity, artistic skills, and aesthetic value, as well as enhance the beauty of the product and offer opportunities to explore new ideas and solutions. It deals with the study of different forms of arts, covering all areas like fine arts, visual arts, performing arts, design, architecture, and planning. Students pursuing degrees in any of these subjects are encouraged to use creativity, design theories, design methods, and tools to make the world more functional and beautiful. Each theme is different from the other and enables students to develop, plan and, design projects, buildings, and clothes, and enables the students to create beautiful paintings, compose music and recreate dance.

Students with a degree in art, design, and architecture have a varied selection of career options open before them. Courses in this field provide students with the opportunities to discover their true artistic capabilities and allow them to think creatively whilst become excellent problem solvers. Besides education, it encourages the communication of ideas and interests among the learners and reforms the skills of students enabling them to become professionals in their chosen field.


Undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) degrees in this field include:

Bachelor of Arts (Fine, Visual, Performing)
Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)
Bachelor of Planning (B.Plan.)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
UG Diploma/Certificate
Master of Arts (Fine, Visual, Performing)
Master of Design (M.Des.)
Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
Master of Planning (M.Plan.)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
PG Diploma/Certificate


Specialisations in this discipline are ample regardless of talents, skills, and educational background. Some of the common specialisations include:


Arts (Fine, Visual and Performing) Specialisations

    Plastic Art
    Textile Design
    Drama and Theatre
    Pottery and Ceramics
    Applied Arts
    Digital Arts
    Graphic Designing
Checking Lettuce Growth

Design Specialisations

    Fashion Design
    Graphic Design
    Product Design
    Fashion Management
    Textile Design
    Fashion Technology
    Knitwear Design
    Accessory Design
    Interior Design
    Web Design
    Fashion Communication
    User Experience Design
Fishing Net

Architecture & Planning Specialisations

    Landscape Architecture
    Urban Design
    Regional Planning
    Architectural Conservation
    Environmental Planning
    Transport Planning
    Industrial Management
    Industrial Planning
    Infrastructure Management
    Town & Country Planning Urban Management Environmental
    Building Engineering and Management


There is an abundance of career opportunities for a student of art. They can take up professions such as an art teacher, painter, sculptor, illustrator, printmaker, actor, multimedia artist, art director, writer, graphic designer, animator, art conservator, photographer, and a musician. They can also find employment in top companies like Microsoft Corporation, Robosoft Technologies, Cognizant, Universal Arts Limited and others.

Aspiring designers can be hired as fashion designers, textile designers, accessory designers, interior designers, graphic designers, web designers, game designers, industrial designers, product designers, footwear designers, automotive designers, and apparel designers. They can find employment with renowned design companies such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Dior, Balenciaga, Armani, Yves Saint Laurent, Burberry, Herm's, Prada, Raymond, Benetton, Levis, , Pantaloons, , and Shoppers Stop to name a few.

Students interested in both aesthetics and structural elements of architecture and planning can find work in various firms, consultancies, and public organisations such as the Archaeological Department, Central, and State Public Works Department, Department of Railways, Housing Development Ministry, National Building Organisations, State Housing Boards and National Institute of Urban Affairs.

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