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iMADE’s BFA entrance exam coaching program is run by MFA – COA Delhi and MSU-Baroda alumnus for past 8 years with 284 BFA students in Top 10 fine arts colleges across India. iMADE offers Online BFA Coaching as well as Classroom coaching program.

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iMADE’s Bachelors of Fine Arts – BFA Entrance exam coaching program is for the Best 15 colleges of India : JJ College of Art; MSU, Baroda; College of Art, Delhi; Kala Bhawan, Shantiniketan; Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi; Banaras Hindu University; Govt. College of Art, Chandigarh; Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Hyderabad; Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata etc.



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iMADE Online Admission Process

  • iMADE Online classes are live classes with best faculties
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  • Once the student is enrolled with iMADE he/she will receive class notifications, further links and study materials
  • Student needs to give his/her details (Name, Valid Phone number, Mail ID, Course, Location) through filling the “Send Enquiry” form
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  • iMADE counsellor or admission team will contact the student for scheduling the demo class
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  • iMADE always aspires for the safety of students and positive learning environment
  • Once the demo is scheduled, student will receive a Link to the class on the registered phone number or mail ID

BFA Coaching Upcoming Batches

iMADE’s Classroom & Online BFA entrance coaching is for Top 10 University / colleges in India:

  • Introduction to Fine Arts, Styles, Mediums and Materials
  • Introduction to Art Theory and Aesthetics (Indian and Western)
  • Famous Artists of India and West
  • Understanding different Art trends and styles
  • Developing Drawing skills
  • Compositional Sense
  • Understanding 2D, 3D shape and space
  • Applications of different Painting techniques (water, poster, acrylic colors and dry pastels)
  • Live Still life, Portraiture and Sketching
  • Human anatomy
  • Critical analysis of Art
  • Basics of Applied Arts and Communication Design (logo, poster, banner, typography, nomenclature, branding, postal stamps, info graphics)
  • Illustration
  • Perspective
  • Portfolio
  • preparation
  • Mock Test

Why to join Online BFA Coaching with iMADE Creative Studio:

  • Online Live Drawing classes with teachers for classroom like experience
  • MSU-Baroda, DCA-Delhi, Masters of Fine Art Teachers
  • All subjects covered with doubt clearing sessions
  • Best reference materials after class
  • Well researched Study materials
  • Mock tests to evaluate students development
  • Regular Assignments and discussions for improvements
  • Safe, Time saving classes at the comfort of your home
  • Discounted fee

For more information about each Fine arts stream, course syllabus, preparation methodology and materials click on the below desired subject tabs :

BFA Entrance Exam Coaching Detailed Information:

Bachelor of Fine Art Painting Entrance Exam preparation:

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What is Painting Department in Fine Art?

Painting is where a Person or an Artist is directly engaged with paint for creating artworks like: Oil painting, Acrylic painting, Ink, Dyes, Natural pigments, Pen, Pencil, Charcoal etc. Painting is generally known as the Royal department in Fine Art course, because of the fact that the result of the idea can be seen or noticed instantly while working on an artwork. Painting also requires less effort as compared to other departments like: Printmaking, Sculpture etc. Usually a Fine Artists dream is to be a Painter first. Painting requires less space and technical equipments in comparison with other departments. In present time Fine art has become multidisciplinary and added a lot of other mediums to create artworks ex: New Media art, Sonic art, Installation, Performance and lot more.

iMADE’s Curriculum for Bachelor of Fine Art Painting Entrance Exam preparation:

  • Basics of Drawing
  • Drawing anything and everything (BFA level)
  • Introduction to Fine art, Art styles, Mediums and Materials
  • Art theory and Aesthetics
  • Famous Artists of Indian and Western origin and their works
  • Indian Art History
  • Western Art History
  • Understanding 2D, 3D shape and space
  • Applications of different painting mediums (watercolour, poster colour, pencil, pen etc.)
  • Shadow and Shading study
  • Still life study
  • Human anatomy
  • Figure sketching
  • Portraiture
  • Compositional sense
  • Creating brilliant compositions
  • 3D rending
  • Perspective drawing
  • Interior and exterior drawing
  • Portfolio preparation
  • Mock tests

Career after Bachelors in Fine Art Painting:

BFA Painting does taught a lot about how to be creative, using colours or any other materials to express emotion, to be an Independent thinker and worker, self driven research and a lot more.
A Graduate or Post-Graduate from a good college have a lot of career option to choose from:
  1. Independent Artist doing shows with Galleries
  2. Showcasing at Art events, Fairs, National and International exhibitions and Biennales
  3. Art works been collected by Independent Buyers, Galleries and Museums
  4. Artists invited for prestigious residencies around the world to stay and work
  5. Participate in Group shows or Solo shows
  6. Can become a Professor at an University
  7. Publish Art books or catalogues

Bachelor of Fine Art Painting Entrance Exam preparation:

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What is Applied Art?

Applied Art is when Art is applied for consumer purposes like: it deals with all that goes into Branding, Publishing, Promotion and creating Merchandises.  The role of the Applied Art professional or the Designer is to create valuable Logos, Banner, Posters, Graphics, Magazines, Print ads, Media ads, Webpages, Publication designs, Collaterals, Kiosk design, Space design, Movie ad making, Typography, Daily used product designing, Packaging Design, Photography, Illustration and more. They are taught to work for Media houses, Publications and Lifestyle Accessory design houses.

iMADE Course Curriculum for Bachelor of Fine Art Applied Art Entrance Exam preparation:

  • Basics of Applied and Communication Design
  • Logo Design
  • Typography Design
  • Branding and Nomenclature
  • Postal stamp design
  • Infographics
  • Basics of Drawing
  • Drawing anything and everything (BFA level)
  • Introduction to Fine art, Art styles, Mediums and Materials
  • Art theory and Aesthetics
  • Famous Artists of Indian and Western origin and their works
  • Indian Art History
  • Western Art History
  • Applied Art terminology
  • Applied Art theory
  • Understanding 2D, 3D shape and space
  • Applications of different painting mediums (watercolour, poster colour, pencil, pen etc.)
  • Shadow and Shading study
  • Still life study
  • Human anatomy
  • Figure sketching
  • Portraiture
  • Design Composition making
  • Poster Designing
  • Creating brilliant compositions
  • 3D rending
  • Perspective drawing
  • Interior and exterior drawing
  • Portfolio preparation
  • Mock tests

Career after BFA Applied Art:

As a course Applied art is prepares you to take on aesthetically the design application in social sphere:
  1. Media house workforce as a designer creating campaigns, collaterals
  2. Ad Agency creative director
  3. Television or Print media jobs
  4. Reputed News agency or News paper designer jobs
  5. Hired by MNCs for branding and promotional purposes
  6. Book jacket design and book design
  7. Illustrator for comics, books and magazines
  8. Professor and Teacher
  9. Campaign designer for Fairs, Events etc.
  10. Creative head of any team
  11. Public Relation manager
  12. Entrepreneur of Design agency

Bachelor of Fine Art Visual Communication Entrance Exam Preparation:

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What is Visual Communication in BFA?

As the name suggests Visual Communication is creating visuals for industry requirements; traditional and contemporary ways to communicate with consumers or public. From designing a poster, collaterals, media campaigns, news ads, videos blogs, websites, product photography, animation to present day tech savvy mobile applications, contents and user interfaces. Visual communication course is offered by College of Art, Delhi University and in other BFA colleges, this course is integrated with Applied Art department. Some of the subjects like the User interface and animation might not be in the curriculum. Students have to go through the syllabus of the college to fully understand the course and career prospects. Contact our Counsellors for detailed information of the course and future prospects of students.

iMADE Course Curriculum for Bachelor of Fine Art Visual Communication Entrance Exam preparation:

  • Basics of Applied and Communication Design
  • Logo Design
  • Typography Design
  • Branding and Nomenclature
  • Postal stamp design
  • Infographics
  • Basics of Drawing
  • Drawing anything and everything (BFA level)
  • Introduction to Fine art, Art styles, Mediums and Materials
  • Art theory and Aesthetics
  • Famous Artists of Indian and Western origin and their works
  • Indian Art History
  • Western Art History
  • Applied Art terminology
  • Applied Art theory
  • Understanding 2D, 3D shape and space
  • Applications of different painting mediums (watercolour, poster colour, pencil, pen etc.)
  • Shadow and Shading study
  • Still life study
  • Human anatomy
  • Figure sketching
  • Portraiture
  • Design Composition making
  • Poster Designing
  • Creating brilliant compositions
  • 3D rending
  • Perspective drawing
  • Interior and exterior drawing
  • Portfolio preparation
  • Mock tests

Career after Visual Communication / What are the job prospects after BFA in Visual Communication:

Visual Communication is a new and versatile course. The curriculum is updated for present day industry requirement. The job prospects are versatile also:
  1. Graduates of Visual Communication can work for User interface, be it computer or mobile They work for Media houses like: Times of India Work at a corporate office as P.R. (Public Relations) Animation company/ industry
  2. Advertisement agency
  3. Any blogging or new media companies like: Scoopwhoop
  4. Come up with their own Startup or freelance
  5. Work for Govt. projects like: any Govt. campaign
  6. Work at any Publishing house like: Penguin, Mapin, Art India etc. Art Gallery PR designer
  7. Print media houses
  8. Publishing Houses and more

Bachelor of Fine Art Printmaking Entrance Exam preparation:

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What is Printmaking?

Printmaking is an extension of Art form with multiple reproduction of the same artwork named as prints and numbered as editions in limited quantity but considered Art in itself unlike in commercial printing where the prints doesn’t have the art value. Printmaking deals with old form of pulling or taking a print from wood, Lino blocks, Lithography, Etching, Mezzotint, Aquatint etc. In present days Digital prints are also considered art if done by an Artist for the purpose of art creation, again in limited editions. Printmaking is a meditative technique with requires to imagine the final outcome while preparing the block/ surface. All the major Fine art colleges in India offers BFA in Printmaking.

iMADE’s Course Curriculum for BFA Entrance Preparation Printmaking:

  1. Basics of Drawing
  2. Drawing anything and everything (BFA level)
  3. Introduction to Fine art, Art styles, Mediums and Materials
  4. Art theory and Aesthetics
  5. Famous Artists of Indian and Western origin and their works
  6. Indian Art History
  7. Western Art History
  8. Printmaking Techniques
  9. Printmaking Theory
  10. Printmaking History
  11. Understanding 2D, 3D shape and space
  12. Applications of different painting mediums (watercolour, poster colour, pencil, pen etc.)
  13. Black and White drawings
  14. Two colour studies
  15. Shadow and Shading study
  16. Still life study
  17. Human anatomy
  18. Figure sketching
  19. Portraiture study
  20. Composition building
  21. Creating compositions
  22. 3D rending
  23. Perspective drawing
  24. Interior and exterior drawing
  25. Portfolio preparation
  26. Mock tests

Career after BFA in Printmaking :

  1. Printmaking is form of Art as we mentioned. A graduate from printmaking goes on becoming a full time practicing Artist.
  2. Professional Artist
  3. Exhibitions at gallery space
  4. Artworks collected by galleries, museums and private collectors
  5. Academician or teacher
  6. Researcher
  7. Work with media houses
  8. Illustrator and designer
  9. Graphic designer
  10. Book making and more

BFA Entrance Exam Preparation Art History:

Art history entrance preparation at iMADE covers Indian, eastern, western history syllabus with critical writting sessions on paintings, movements and artists. MFA faculty with 8 years university teaching experience will conduct classes for BFA Art history entrance exam.

What is Art history?

Art history is tracing the development of human expression in the form of art. Human art expressions were recorded in paintings, sculptures, ceramics, jewellery, prints, furniture, architecture, illustrations, clothes, utilitarian products, designs, patterns, ritual decorations etc. The role of art history is to classify the stylistic context through genre, style, design, ideology, application etc.
iMADE Syllabus for BFA Entrance Exam Art History
  • Introduction to Fine Arts
  • Art Styles, Mediums and Materials
  • Introduction to Art Theory and Aesthetics (Indian and Western)
  • Eastern and Far-eastern art
  • Famous Artists of India and West
  • Understanding different Art trends and styles
  • Introduction and Historical development of Art history
  • What is Art criticism
  • Art criticism methodology
  • Critical writing
  • Art analysis
  • Printmaking theory method and materials
  • Painting theory method and materials
  • Applied arts theory method and materials
  • Visual communication theory method and materials
  • Sculpture theory method and materials
  • Contemporary art

Career after Art History / What are the job prospects after BFA Art History :

  1. Art Historian
  2. Academician or Professor
  3. Publishing books
  4. Articles for National and International Journals like: Art India, Marg, Art Forum etc. Art Critic
  5. Independent Art curator or Curator for a Gallery like: India Art fair, Venice Biennale, Documenta etc.
  6. Blogger and more.

What is BFA:

Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) is a 4 year degree course offered by central and state run universities and colleges in India. The 1st year is the foundation year where a student is trained at every department (Painting, Printmaking, Graphic art, Sculpture, Applied art and Art history) for equal  amount of time. Students are taught the basics of the departments like sketching, figure drawing, anatomy, live drawing, still life, sculpting, watercolours, basic printmaking, communication design, art theory etc. Thereafter in the 2nd year students are trained and focused on their selected department/ stream for rest of the 3 years to master their craft. They are taught  creative compositions, modern art styles, mastering different mediums, art history, theory and aesthetics simultaneously.

The BFA Syllabus for entrance exam :

The examination pattern varies for different colleges offering BFA program. The candidates applying for the best 10 colleges for BFA should prepare for different subjects and in detail to be accepted for a good college. The broad BFA syllabus after considering the exam patterns for BFA Entrance Exam is divided into 4 subject matter: Drawing and Sketching Compositions Illustrations Poster making 3D rendering Art theory Indian Art History Western Art History Methods and Materials

Best book for BFA entrance exams:

The subject matter of BFA entrance exam is extremely vast. Most books available in the market are unable to cover all subjects and topics required to crack BFA entrance. Usually the students end up buying a lot many books to cover the entire syllabus. EX: One has to buy a book for human anatomy, another book for composition and perspective, more for covering Indian and western art history, GK and current affairs etc. The books are usually meant for higher studies and more often it is very difficult to find the right content catering the specific need. The language is not easy to understand for many students. Cost of some books are usually high, because fine art books are often colourful, with glossy paper , hard bound and printed and marketed by international publishers. We at iMADE have the right solution for those looking for the best BFA entrance exam book. We have developed the curriculum after observing the question papers of the topmost BFA colleges for more than 8 years and prepared the best book covering all the subject matter in detail in simple language and easy step by step drawing methodology for students to understand the concept and give their 100% in BFA entrance exam. Order your book now : BFA Preparation book

Best colleges for Bachelors of Fine Arts:

We at iMADE are dedicated towards design, fine arts and architecture education. Our faculties belongs from the reputed Universities and Colleges across India. Before creating the ranks for best BFA Applied art course, we consider many factors, standards and first hand experience of students studying at the university / college. The factors are :
  1. Employability and Entrepreneurship skills
  2. Quality and competence of education
  3. Teacher and student ratio
  4. Infrastructure and labs
  5. Qualified teachers

Thus we are in a position to recommend the best institutes in India for BFA :

  • Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU, Baroda
  • College of Art, University of Delhi
  •  Sir. JJ School of Art, Mumbai
  • Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi
  • Kala Bhawan, Shantiniketan
  • Faculty of Visual Arts, BHU
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Hyderabad
  • Rabindra Bharti University, Kolkata

BFA Jobs / Jobs after BFA :

BFA is a versatile course so the jobs after BFA or BFA jobs are versatile as well.
  1. Most popular among BFA professional is to become an Artist and exhibit at national and international art exhibitions
  2. Animation company/ industry as animator, character designer, colouring artist etc.
  3. Advertisement agency for illustrator, video making, concept artist etc.
  4. Work for a News media company like: Times of India, Hindustan times as a illustrator, caricature artist, 2D designer
  5. Work a as videographer and photographer
  6. Some BFA graduates goes on to become Movie Director and Set designer for movies. Ex. Satyajit Ray
  7. Come up with their own Startup or freelance
  8. Work for many Govt. projects like: any Govt. campaign design
  9. Work at any Publishing house like: Penguin, Mapin, Art India etc.
  10. Company, Corporate, Art Gallery or any other institution PR (Public Relations) designer
  11. Hired by many design firms like : Dentsu, Ogilvy and Mather, DDB Mudra Communication, McCann-Erickson etc.
  12. Academician, Researcher and Teacher at University, colleges and schools
  13. Print media houses and more.
For more details BFA course information, BFA syllabus and BFA jobs read the individual tabs section.