Diploma in Applied Arts (Lateral Entry)

"Fine Art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of men go together" -- John Ruskin
According to Aristotle, Fine Arts is an artistic expression that may or may not address any specific aim. Applied arts is the application of artistic and design principles in a practical setting which expresses technical abilities via creativity. You will learn how to create useful things for which aesthetic and ergonomic considerations are important. Purposeful creative interpretation of unlimited concepts might be termed as Applied Arts. The end goal of the product in Fine Arts is the product itself, which encompasses subjects like drawing, sketching, painting, and so on. After the completion academics, architecture, and the film industry are all viable options. In the publishing or textile industries, you will also be able to work in the creative divisions of magazines, advertising agencies, and newspapers etc.
No. of Seats: 7

You are a great fit for the Industry if you:

  • Have the basic knowledge of drawing and painting.
  • Have a creative bent of mind and can come up with innovative ideas.
  • Have an eye for detail and perfection to look at things aesthetically beautiful.