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    Difference between B.F.A. and B.V.A. courses? Which is better for a good career after 12th?

    I wanted to know what is the difference between B.F.A. & B.V.A. ? I am 12th standard student, looking for career in designing. I like sketching and drawing. But I am very confuse about which one is better course for me - B.F.A. or B.V.A. ? I would also like to know about minimum percentage in 12th Board Examination required for admission in B.F.A & B.V.A. Please help me out..

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    Re: Difference between B.F.A. and B.V.A. courses? Which is better for a good career after 12th?

    Hi dude,


    B.F.A(Bachelor of Fine Arts) or B.V.A (Bachelor of Visual Arts). Both the program are the same.


    B.F.A is an Undergraduate level degree program. The program is meant for the students who have a passion to study fine arts and different facets of it like drawing, visualization etc. The program is developed in such a way so as to create interest in the candidates about fine arts. The program covers the creation of visual art works. Some of the visual arts are like photography, sculpture, theatre, painting, architecture and dance.In the initial year of the program topics like portraiture, art history, watercolor, figure drawing etc. are covered in the course.
    career is good in this course.After finishing B.F.A, aspirants you can study a post graduation in Fine Arts i.e., M.F.A. (Master in Fine Arts) or M.V.A.(Master in Visual Arts).


    Eligibility:


    Completion of +2 in any group from a recognized board.
    There is no entrance test for B.F.A program. However,
    Few institutes conduct the entrance examination(Aptitude test) based on that admission process is carried out.




    All the very best

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    Re: Difference between B.F.A. and B.V.A. courses? Which is better for a good career after 12th?

    Hello friend
    There is minimum 50 pecents marks aggregate to take admission in B.F.A OR B.V.A.
    *B.F.A. (Bachelor¡¯s Degree inFine Arts)
    Students with creative talent in various fields and also looking to work for social causes can opt for a professional degree in Fine Arts.
    *visual arts is very effective arts in all cases.
    *both are good you can choose any one.
    After choosing the way of learning you will be able to do these efforts:
    *. Drawing
    *. Dance
    *. Painting
    *. Fashion design
    *. Textile design
    *. Applied art
    *. Social work etc.
    All the best.
    @PathakDheeresh

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    Re: Difference between B.F.A. and B.V.A. courses? Which is better for a good career after 12th?

    Dear Friend!

    They are both pretty much the same except that BVA takes like 2 or 3 years to achieve while BVA takes 4 years, which is the standard and most basic. As for what professional course in applied arts or fine arts means, it's taking art courses at a college/institute that covers the creation and study of the visual arts.

    After 12th you can choose any of these in which you are more instreted..
    Drawing
    Dance
    Painting
    Fashion design
    Textile design
    etc.

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