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B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia

B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia

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B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia

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B.Sc. Animation and Multimedia
Duration
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3 years 60% in 10+2 (any stream) On the basis of performance in the online Multiple- Choice Question (MCQ) Test of 2 hours duration and personal interview. Rs. 1,00,000 Per Annum
About

Bsc animation and multimedia

Bsc animation and multimedia in Jaipur cater an opportunity for emerging artists to understand the shades of animation and film-making. The animation course is designed to fulfill the growing industry exigencies and train the students in what matters the most.

Students of Bsc animation and multimedia in Jaipur will also acquire design and presentation skills, which is a requisite in multimedia channels. Which helps them to achieve an understanding of the importance of simulators and their visual translation. Hence, a multimedia course students learn how to compute a 2D drawing into a 3D model, layer on flesh and clothes, make that character move, smile, and laugh. We have the tools and technology to help the formulation of stories and to furnish awe-inspiring worlds.

Career Prospects

Bsc animation and multimedia

  • Graphic Artist
  • Storyboard & Concept Artist
  • Digital Artist & Cartoonist
  • Animator
  • Character Designer
  • Design Consultant
  • Gaming Software Developer
  • Special Effects Consultant
  • Digital Post Production Engineer
  • Art Director
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Education Software Developers

Program Structure

Bsc animation and multimedia

Semester 1

  • Experimental Animation
  • Foundation course
  • Principles of Animation
  • Creativity
  • Introductions to 3D
  • Computer Laboratory on 2D Animation
  • Computer Laboratory on Multimedia

Semester 2

  • Animation Techniques
  • Creativity – II
  • Audio-Video Tools & Technology
  • Computer Laboratories on Computer Graphics & Multimedia –II
  • Computer Laboratories on 2D Digital Animation
  • Computer Laboratory on 3D Graphics Animation Design
  • Computer Laboratory on Interactive Multimedia

Semester 3

  • Advanced Animation Principles
  • Digital Television Production
  • Computer Laboratory on 2D Ink Paint & Compositing Techniques
  • Computer Laboratory on 3D Modeling
  • Computer Laboratory on Web Designing & Development
  • Showcase Project – I

Semester 4

  • Production for Animation
  • CL ON 3D character design
  • Computer Laboratory on Compositing – I
  • Computer Laboratory on Maya Fundamentals
  • Computer Laboratory on 3D Character Animation
  • Showcase Project – II

Semester 5

  • Fundamental of Game Technology
  • Direction for Animation
  • Computer Laboratories on Advanced Concepts of 3D Materials Lighting & Rendering
  • Computer Laboratory on Advanced 3D Animation
  • Computer Laboratory on Gaming Technology
  • Degree Show Case Project – I

Semester 6

  • Computer Laboratory on Advance Animation Tools
  • Computer Laboratory on Emerging Animation Technologies
  • Computer Laboratory on Game Development
  • Computer Laboratory on 3D Advanced Modeling, Character Rigging, Rendering
  • Computer Laboratory on 3d Character Design
  • Degree Show Case Project – II

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Year 2

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Year 3

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this program based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the program is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%

Year 2

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%

Year 3

Written Exams
20%
Practical Exams
80%
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