Department of Drawing & Painting

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Name: Dr Sarika Kaul

HOD & Associate Professor

Qualification: Gold Medalist -MA Drawing & Painting, NET -Visual Art, Ph.D. , Diploma in Fashion Design, Certificate course in Textile Craft, University of Rajasthan

Experience: 15 years in Teaching & 6 year in Corporates

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Name: Dr. Manisha Khinchi

Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D., NET-JRF -Visual Art, SET - Visual Art, MA ( Drawing & painting), MA ( Political science), B.ED

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Name: Ms. Preeti Kaushal

Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.A, Ph.D. (pursuing)

Experience: 5 years

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Name: Ms. Ritika Kumari

Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.A, Ph.D. (pursuing)

Experience: 3 years

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Laboratory Staff

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The department of Drawing and Painting offers courses at both UG and PG Level under the annual scheme at UG & Semester Scheme at PG Level. At the under-graduate level Drawing & Painting is offered as a one of the optional subjects to be studied / opted by the students of Arts Stream. The department also offers Post Graduation in Drawing & Painting as a specialized course.

UG Programme Learning Outcome:

Programme Outcome 1 | Creative thinking, Concept and Content building and understanding of the creative process:
  • Through rigorous training and continuous practice, the students will learn the process involved in creating still life, Creative design, Compositions, Portraits and Life Study etc.
  • By inculcating independent thinking students will be able to explore & create new & unique ideas and use a variety of techniques required for successful image development.
  • Through theoretical and practical learning they are encouraged to demonstrate their creativity and research aptitude, understand the creative process involved in creation of work of art and at the same time students are made to realise their innate potential.
Programme Outcome 2 | Development of Skill and Technique
  • The curriculum is so designed that the students will be able to develop perceptual skills and learn drawing methods, styles and painting techniques in diverse medium like water colour, oil, acrylic etc.
  • Skill enhancement is the main aim of the course therefore students will learn the necessary skills sets. Amply opportunities is provided through Classroom teaching, events, workshops, live demonstrations of various techniques  and the wide range of opportunities provided to the students helps them to develop their artistic skills and creative talent exponentially.
Programme Outcome 3 | Communication and demonstration of Ideas
  • Students are encouraged to communicate the concept, content,  and creative  process  visually, orally and in writing through participation in classroom discussions, art exhibition, art competitions, demonstrations, attending Art Fair & Seminars etc.
Programme Outcome  4 | Social, Economic & Environmental  Impact :
  • Students will learn ethical and civic values through activities of social relevance, CSR activities and mentoring sessions.
  • Students will be able to voice their free and fair opinion on socio-political and economic issues by participating in classroom discussions, art competitions & activities on relevant issues etc.
  • Students might achieve a degree of self-reliance.
  • They will be able to set future goals/ career path by acquiring pre-requisite artistic skill sets.


PG Programme Learning Outcome:

Programme Outcome 1 | Creative thinking , concept and Content building and understanding of the creative process:
  • By brainstorming they will be able to generate new & unique ideas and to experiment with variety of techniques to suffice their creative end.
  • Students will be able to use and develop ideas that are relevant to the artistic field and adaptable and responsive to the needs the real world.
  • Through extensive and specialised training students will learn variety of art styles and understand complex process involved .
  • Through theoretical and practical learning they are encouraged to demonstrate their innate creativity and are made to realise their potential to the fullest.
  •  Students will exhibit their contextual & conceptual knowledge of art and research aptitude through study of the art history of varied cultures, modern and contemporary art, and implementing them in creating a work of art.
Programme Outcome 2 | Development of Skill and Technique
  • The curriculum is so designed that the students will be able to develop perceptual skills and a deep insight into the creative world.
  • Skill enhancement is the main aim of the course therefore for amply opportunities is provided through the events, workshops/ demonstrations of various techniques  and the wide range of opportunities provided to the students helps them to develop their artistic skills and creative talent exponentially.
  • Students will acquire sufficient expertise and mastery in painting: both academic and market oriented art,  and in handling variety of  media to complete the technical and formal challenges present in today’s  art market.
Programme Outcome 3 | Communication of Ideas and Context
  • Students will demonstrate an understanding significance of the visual arts and its relevance to the academic practice, to other arts, and to daily life through critical reflective discussions about art.
  • Students will be able to clearly communicate the content, concept and process of their work : visually, orally and in writing through  individual portfolio building, participation in art exhibition, art competitions, demonstrations, attending Art Fair & Seminars, via -voices, projects, discussions  etc.
  • Students will exhibit knowledge of art forms, artists, and art works from varied historical and contemporary perspective.
  • Students will engage in aesthetic analysis and understand their creative practice and the skills and techniques of other artists through the process of observing, visualising, reading, and interpreting them through project work and study of art work.
   Programme Outcome  4 | Social, Economic & Environmental  Impact :
  • Congenial atmosphere and creative thinking will help the students to   develop confidence, self-reflection and self-assessment.
  • Students understand the value and importance of visual art as a dynamic and life -long learning process that helps them to work independently or collaboratively, to develop team and community relationships and advocate for art education.
  • Students achieve self-reliant by acquiring pre-requisite artistic skill sets.
  • Develop and augment understanding of professional ethics, needs and responsibilities as an art professional
  • Students will learn ethical and civic values through activities of social relevance, CSR activities  and mentoring sessions.
  • Students will be able to voice their free and fair opinion on socio-political and economic issues as artist is part of the society and the art works mirror the ‘ Passage of Time’.

Program Purpose :

The art department offers a broad selection of papers semester -wise for pursing art : From traditional academic  painting and  to artisanal craft-based medium such as relief mural art in varied mediums like Paper Mache, wood, fiber, ceramics, metal,  glass and scrap to folk art & tribal art styles; to print making, modern and abstract art and to community-based genres, such as eco art and art of social relevance, students are certain to find a field  that best suits their creativity expressive style. Comprehensive study of art history both Indian, Oriental, Persian and Western art offers opportunities to the students to analyse art from multiple perspectives. The students are exposed to art in an environment that championed reality over mere textbook comprehension—facilitating both their creativity and nurturing their artistic sensibilities. The events and the wide range of opportunities provided to the students helps them develop their artistic skills and creative talent exponentially. For the painter, the canvas comes with unlimited possibilities. For the learner, the potential and possibilities further expand. For the students of the Art Department, the limits of their potential are pushed while the possibilities both explored and extended.

Career Opportunities :

Our students can work as free-lance professional artists, Art Teachers, College Lecturers, landscape painters, Mural designers, illustrators, gallery directors and art therapists and in many more allied fields. Many art students pursue Doctoral course from University,  while some explore business opportunities such as setting-up hobby classes, art galleries etc. and while others opt working in Schools, Colleges and design firms etc.    
List of Activity- 2016-2017
S.no.DateName of activityType of activity & collaborations if any
130-08-2016Arch Design Dhara 2016- Design & Craft FairWorkshop attended
2Sep-16Painting competition- the Reverse Bank of IndiaPainting competition- the Reverse Bank of India
3Sep-16Poster Making- SpandanPoster Making- Spandan
405-09-2016"Vinayaka" organised by Archaeological department of India at Hawa MahalWorkshop attended
528-09-2016"How to use Texture in a Design"Workshop
602-10-2016Gandhi JayantiPoster Making
720-10-2016Floating Rangoli & Decorative Thali through Hobby IdeasDemo
8Oct-16All India Camlin Painting CompetitionPainting- All India Camlin Painting Competition
925-11-2016Painting Competition/Poster-making competitionSwachha Bharat Abhiyaan of the Government of India.
106/12/2016 to 10/12/2016Art camp-"Late Shir Mohan Lal Gupta" by Ram Gopal Vijayvargiya TrustArt camp attended
1115/12/2016 to 16/12/2016Workshop on Articles prepared through Paper MacheCSR Activity with Raghukul Takeaway Heritage Craft organised by Raghukul Trust at Edify World School, Jaipur.
1210/1/2017 to 13/1/2017Art Exhibition- During Kasturi 2017Art Exhibition
1325/1/2017 to 28/1/2017Folk Arts of India3 Days Workshop in collaboration with Pedilite India Ltd
1430-01-2017Art during Renaissance period with special reference to the paintings of ProphetsExtension Lecture- Dr. I.U Khan
152/4/2017 to 6/4/2017Jaipur Kala Mahotsav 2017Art Stall of the college
1612/4/2017 to 16/4/2017Cartist Automobile Art Festival 2017Workshop
List of Activity- 2017-2018
S.no.DateName of activityType of activity & collaborations if any
118-07-2017Surrealist: Master Painter Salvador DaliArt documentary
205-09-2017Texture-A Fundamental of Designart workshop
325-10-2017Master Painter- Pablo PicassoArt documentary
428-11-2017Master Painter-Henri MatisseArt documentary
529-11-2017"The Euphoria of being: Himmat Shah" at Jawahar Kala KendraVisit to art exhibition
6 30/11/2017, 1/12/2017 & 4/12/2017Art workshop3 day workshop sponsored by Pedilite India Ltd
75/12/2017 to 10/12/2017Art campParticipated in Art Camp -"Late Shir Mohan Lal Gupta" by PadamshriRam GopalVijayvargiya Trust
809-12-2017Abhaneri and SikandraField Visit- sketching trip
916 & 17/12/2017Art ExhibitionArt exhibition of things, prepared during the three day Fevicryl workshop
List of Activity- 2018-2019
S.no.DateName of activityType of activity & collaborations if any
1In July 2018Orientation ProgrammeFor the students of 1st year of Drawing & Painting
208-08-2018Master Painter-Henri MatisseArt documentary
321-08-2018Artists of Variety: Satish GujralArt documentary
408-09-2018'Design a Composition: Using TextureWorkshop
515-09-2018'Indian Ceramics Triennale: Breaking Background-'Padma Shree Kripal Singh Shekhawat'Visit to Art Exhibition at JKK
629-10-2018Extension LectureExtension Lecture by Dr. I.U.Khan
730-10-2018'Vigilance Awareness Week'Poster making competition by PNB Bank
815-11-2018'Marks with Markers'Visit to Art Exhibition at JKK
909-01-2019Art ExhibitionArt Exhibition During Kasturi 2019
List of Activity- 2019-2020
S.no.DateName of activityType of activity & collaborations if any
109-08-2019Quit India Movement and its ChallengesOn-the-Spot poster making
211-09-2019Loving Vincenthand painted animated film
313-09-2019Power of Texture in a DesignArt workshop
41 & 2/10/2019"The life and Teachings of Mahatma Gandhi"Poster Making and display
502-10-2019International Art Camp: Interpreting Gandhi by 30 eminent Artists from India and overseas by Chief Minister of Rajasthan Shri Ashok Ghelot under the Gandhi Utsav organised at Central ParkVisit to art camp at Central Park
611&12/10/2019Coffee Art DesignArt workshop in association with INIFD, Jaipur
715&16/10/2019Coffee Art WorkArt exhibition
85to 10/12/2019Art camp & Auction of PaintingsParticipated in Art Camp -"Late Shir Mohan Lal Gupta" by PadamshriRam GopalVijayvargiya Trust.
Paintings of 3 students were sold in the auction
916 /12/2019to 23/12/2019Logo making Competition on the topic: "Ayushmann Bharat - Mahatma Gandhi Rajasthan Health Insurance SchemeParticipated in Logo making Competition by the Rajasthan State Health Insurance Agency
1026 /12/2019to 29/12/2019Central Park Makeover 19CSR ACTIVITY OF Central Park Makeover 19 Paintingon the WALLS of Central Park, Jaipur sponsored by Jaipur Development Authority in collaboration with Contree Foundation and Infinity
113 /1/2020to 7/1/202021stKala MelaArt Stall, Kala Mela organised by Rajasthan Lalit Kala Academy at Jawahar Kala Kendra
128 /1/2020 to 9/1/2020Art ExhibitionArt Exhibition During Kasturi 2019
List of Activity- 2020-2021
S.no.DateName of activityType of activity & collaborations if any
127 /11/2020to 30/11/2020National Virtual Cartist FestivalParticipation in workshops
209-11-2020Extension Lecture by Mr. Chandra Shekhar Ojha on "Science of Colours in Artwork: Medium, Surface &Uses"Extension Lecture by in collaboration with KOKUYO Camlin ltd.
315 to16/12/2020Art & Science of Texture in ArtworkArt Workshop conducted by Dr. Sarika Kaul, Ms. Preeti Kaushal, Ms.Ayesha Parveen and Ms.Ritika Kumari
423-12-2020Enhancing the Compositional Value in a Designpainting workshop, conducted by Dr. Sarika Kaul, Ms. Preeti Kaushal, Ms.Ayesha Parveen and Ms.Ritika Kumari
  MoUs & Linkages Pedilite Pvt Ltd. to conduct workshops

Academic - Riya Mishra - MA Drawing & Painting Exam 2019 - Gold Medal

S. No.Year DateName Of StudentsClassPrizeActivity
12016-2017Ritu KumawatM.A.(PREVIOUS)IIICaricature Competition (Kasturi Youth Festival)
22016-2017Ayesha ParveenM.A.(M.A.FINALIICartoon Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
32016-2017Jyoti AtoliyaM.A.(FINAL)IMehndi
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
42016-2017Jyoti AtoliyaM.A.(FINAL)IIFace Painting
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
52016-2017Ayesha ParveenM.A.(FINAL)IIIFace Painting
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
62016-2017Jyoti AtoliyaM.A.(SEM.III)IHair do- Makeup
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
72016-2017HumaB.A. (PART-I)IIHair do- Makeup
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
82016-2017Neetu ChandrawariyaM.A.(SEM.III)IIIHair do- Makeup
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
92016-2017Jasmine AliB.A.(PART-III)Appreciation PrizeHair do Makeup
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
102016-2017Nikita YadavB.A.(PART-I)IIITattoo- Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
112016-2017Ayesha ParveenM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeTattoo- Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
122016-2017Tara KanwarM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeTattoo- Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
132016-2017Ritu SharmaB.A. (PART-II)IJewellery Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
142016-2017Antima JoshiM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeJewellery Making (Kasturi Youth Festival)
152016-2017Neetu ChandrawariyaM.A.(SEM.I)Appreciation PrizeJewellery Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
162016-2017Ayesha ParveenM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeJewellery Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
172016-1607Shreya KaseraB.A.(PART-I)Appreciation PrizeJewellery Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
182016-2017Neetu ChandrawariyaM.A.(SEM.I)IIINail art
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
192016-2017Nisha SharmaM.A.(FINAL)IMehndi
(Paniharin-2016)
University Of Law College
202016-2017Preeti kaushalM.A.(FINAL)IIRangoli And Mandana
(Paniharin-2016) University Of Law College
212016-2017Jyoti AtoliyaM.A.(PRE.)IIMehndi
(Paniharin-2016)
University Of Law College
222016-2017Ayesha ParveenM.A.(PRE.)IPoster Making
(Paniharin-2016) University Of Law College
232016-2017Preeti KaushalM.A.(FINAL)IIIPoster Making
(Paniharin-2016) University Of Law College
242016-2017Payal RawatM.A.(FINAL)IIIRangoli And Mandana
(Paniharin-2016) University Of Law College
252017-2018Antima JoshiM.A.(SEM.IV)IIIT-Shirt Painting
(Inter College Youth Festival)
University Of Rajasthan
262017-2018Bhanu VermaB.A.(PART-II)IIICollage Making
(Inter College Youth Festival) University Of Rajasthan
272017-2018Divya SainiB.A.(PART-III)Mehndi
(Gliterz-2017) Saint Soldier College For Girls
282017-2018Arti VermaB.A.PART-IIIIIRangoli
(Inter College Fest) S.S.G.Pareek P.G.College
292017-2018Arti VermaB.A.(PART-III)IIIWaste Material Art (Inter College Fastival)
University Of Rajasthan
302017-2018Aishwarya RathoreB.A.(PART-II)IICollage Making
(Inter College Festival) University Of Rajasthan
312017-2018Jyoti AtoliyaM.A.(SEM.IV)IMehndi
( International Youth Festival) University Of Rajasthan
322018-2019Arti VermaM.A.(SEM.II)IIIRangoli
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
332018-2019Lipika ChauhanB.A.(PART-II)IIFace Painting
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
342018-2019Sarjeet RathoreM.A.(FINAL)IIMehndi
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
352018-2019Yukti ChhabraM.A.(SEM.II)IIInter Collage Best Out Of Waste Competetion
(Kasturi Youth Fest)
362018-2019Aishwarya VermaB.A.(PART-.III)IMandana
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
372018-2019Divya SainiM.A.(SEM.II)IIMandana
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
382018-2019Arti VermaM.A.(SEM.II)IIIMandana
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
392018-2019Ritika KumariM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeMehndi
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
402018-2019Ritika KumariM.A.(SEM.III)Appreciation PrizeMandana
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
412018-2019Ritika KumariM.A.(SEM.III)2nd Runner UpAU BANK JAIPUR MARATHON
422018-2019Bhawana SharmaM.A.(SEM.II)IIIJewellery Making
(Kasturi Youth Festival)
432018-2019Divya SainiM.A.(SEM.II)IIIRangoli
(Inter College Festival)
Poddar Group Of Institution
442018-2019Arti VermaM.A.(SEM.II)IIIRangoli
(Inter College Festival)
Poddar Group Of Institution
452019-2020Kashish SinghB.A.(PART II)IIIPoster Making
(Inter College Festival)
University Of Rajasthan
462019-2020Ritu ThapaB.A.(PART II)IIWet Rangoli
(Inter College Festival)
Maharani College

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