M.A in Arts and Aesthetics
1. The written test is intended to evaluate the knowledge of candidates in arts and aesthetics with special reference to India but general awareness of world art practices.
2. Candidates will be required to have broad knowledge of various disciplines of Arts and Aesthetics, especially related to the history, practices and theory of visual and performing art traditions which would broadly include important aspects of painting, sculpture, architecture as well as theatre, dance, music and the related genres of arts. Though the main focus will be on the traditions of Indian arts, candidates will be expected to have general background to important universal art practices. Two types of questions are to be answered in the three hour test (1) questions requiring precise and short answers and (2) essay-type questions with specified word limits.
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