Department of Visual Arts

The Visual and Performing Arts programme explores the scholarly and practical study of a wide variety of artistic techniques and styles. Within the Visual and Performing Arts is a range of educational opportunities and potential careers.
The course offers three programmes: BVA (Applied Arts & Painting), BPA (Odissi Dance) and BPA (Hindustani Vocal Music). You will be taught in our studios, where you will have your own dedicated design space. You will be supervised on studio work in individual tutorials and group critical reviews which encourage you to explore different approaches and develop essential design skills.
  • The most common employers of performing arts graduates include local government, arts organisations, education institutions, the National Health Service (NHS), leisure companies, voluntary organizations, research agencies, freelance services etc
  • Short-term or freelance contracts, moving between different fields, generating opportunities through networking, attending auditions, collaborating with other artists and putting on your own shows are all part of a performer’s lifestyle.

BVA (Applied Arts & Painting)

04 Years full time

2019-20 Entry

25 Seats

10+2 or equivalent in any stream*


Tuition fee per semester**

MVA (Applied Arts & Painting)

02 Years full time

2019-20 Entry

10 Seats

INR 50,000/ USD 1400

Tuition fee per semester**

  • It is your responsibility to ascertain that you possess the requisite qualification for admission.
  • **There will be a separate admission fee, examination fee, caution deposit etc in addition to the tuition fee.

Faculty HOD

Dr. Ravinder Singh


BFA (Painting) MFA (Painting) from Panjab University, Chandigarh with University Position,
UGC – Net Qualified
Pursuing Ph.D. from Dept. of Fine Arts, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Haryana


Awards Received

  1. Received Punjab State award for Painting in the “On-Line National Competition” organized by Praffulla Dhanukar Foundation, 2016
  2. Award in All India Art Exhibition, North Region, for Painting in 2005, Centurion Bank of Punjab, Chandigarh
  3. Punjab State Award in Millennium Drawing Exhibition-April-2000, Punjab Lalit Kala Academy, Chandigarh
  4. Award in All India Art Exhibition, North Region, for Painting in 2000, Bank of Punjab, Chandigarh

Garhi Grant scholarship for painting from National Lalit kala Akadami, New Delhi-2007-2008

Permanent Voting member of National Lalit Kala Akadami, New Delhi since 2007

National Participations

  1. 51st National Art Exhibition of Art, March, 2008, organized by National Lalit Kala Akadami, New Delhi, at Goa
  2. 42nd National Art Exhibition of Art, March 2000, organized by National Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, at Jaipur

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