B.A Animation & Graphic Design

Objective:
The graphic design and animation program affiliated to M. G. University prepares graduates for a wide range of careers in the industry such as publication design, advertising design, animation, broadcast design, interactive design and illustration. The skills taught in the courses encompass craft at a technical level; yet also include design, drawing, critical thinking, creativity, daring, collaboration, and a fundamental awareness of theory and history. Throughout the program, students are engaged in all aspects of animation/graphic design production, from  concept development and production design to the completion of finished segments.

Eligibility:
i. A pass in +2 or equivalent examination/Any Degree.

ii. Candidates must appear for a written test and an interview.

The test will be based on aptitude and general topics related to media and English.

iii. The merit list will be drawn on the basis of the marks secured during the
qualifying examination.  The written test and interview will have equal weight age (i.e. 50:50).

iv. 10% of the total intake of Students for admission may be reserved for
Graduates and Post-Graduates in any Subject, provided they come in the merit list of the Candidates for admission.  There will be separate merit lists for +2 and Degree Categories based on a common entrance test as stated at (ii).  If the seats reserved for any of these categories fall short, it will be compensated from the existing list.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. wen is d entrance test for 2014?

    1. Hi Vineetha,
      Aptitude test for BA AGD will be held during June 15-20th,
      you will be informed from the office soon.

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