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B.VOC Animation and Graphic design

Programe Outcome:

Bachelor of Vocation (B Voc) in Animation and Graphic Design provides participants with creative education through professional training. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on skill development based on higher education as part of College/ University education, leading to B Voc graduation with multiple exits such as Diploma and Advanced Diploma under National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF). This programme is intended to incorporate specific job roles along with broad based general education. This would evolve the graduates completing B Voc to make a meaningful participation in accelerating India’s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming entrepreneurs and creating appropriate knowledge. This programme is designed to impart the requirements of specific industry in its curriculum, in an innovative and flexible manner to produce holistic and well groomed graduates. B Voc programme is designed to ensure that the students have adequate knowledge and skills, so that they are work ready at each exit point of the programme. The programme will equip the participants with professional competence according to the current trends in the industry.

Program Specific Outcomes:

The Vocational programme in Animation and Graphic Design is a judicious mix of skills, professional training in the field of Animation & Graphic Design and also appropriate content of general education. The programme is designed to impart professional skills of equipping students for the emerging trends of the industry. This programme is designed in such a fashion to provide students with ample opportunities in the industry. At the undergraduate level, acquiring professional skills make this course stand out from the other regular traditional course structure. B Voc programme in Animation and Graphic Design covers detailed studies in Graphic Design, Web Design, Web Animation, Classical Cel Animation, Photography, Stopmotion Animation, Digital 2D Animation, 3D Animation, Visual Effects and Editing.

This programme makes an understanding on a variety of disciplines within the three years of professional training. Though the programme includes theoretical and general components, the major parts of their studies carry out in practical or skill based training. The professional training during the under graduate level and three internship programmes with reputed firms in the concerned discipline make the students capable of handling any challenges in their professional career.

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Semester-1st

Paper No Course Title Course Outcome
Paper-I Computer Fundamentals for Animation – I
  • Understand the basic terminology of computers.
  • Understand the fundamental hardware components that make up a computer’s hardware and the role of each of these components.
  • Understand the difference between an operating system and an application program, and what each is used for in a computer
  • Describe some examples of computers and state the effect that the use of computer technology has had on some common products Identify the applications of computer in daily life.
  • Understand the practical concepts of MS Word and MS PowerPoint
Paper-II Foundation Art
  • Understand the formal elements of art and/or design through art analysis and develop competency in their application through studio practice.
  • Learn how to use materials, tools and processes, effectively and safely, from a variety of media (painting, sculpture, ceramic, photography), to create original works of art.
  • Select appropriate media to convey specific artistic expression that effectively communicates the artist intent.
  • Develop creative problem-solving strategies as a means to create strong artwork.
  • Demonstrate critical skills through specific class projects.
  • Present, discuss, and support artwork through individual and group critiques.
Paper-III Principles of Animation
  • Describe and evaluate the eight major classical types of animation (individual objective)
  • Produce a short film using each of the eight major classical animation types (collaborative objective)
  • Identify modern day examples for each classical animation type (individual objective)
  • Create an individual short animated film (individual objective)
Paper-IV Creative Design
  • Understanding Creativity: The concept, definition, process etc.
  • Creativity in Organizations: How to create systems that encourage creative problem solving.
  • Tapping into Creativity: lateral thinking and other exercises.
  • Be Aware his/ her own creative thought process.
  • Be Able to approach business / managerial problems creatively.
  • Be able to create situations at work/office which encourage creative problem solving.
Paper-V Communication Skills in English
  • Reading Skills:- Ability to read English with ability to read English with understanding and decipher paragraph patterns, writer techniques and conclusions.
  • Writing Skills:- Skill to develop the ability to write English correctly and master the mechanics of writing the use of correct punctuation marks and capital letter.
Paper-VI Drug Abuse
  • Understand the concept of use, misuse, abuse, dependence, withdrawal and addiction.
  • Understand physical, psychological, social and economical effects of drug abuse.
  • Analyze how alcohol and other drugs result in family dysfunction.

Semester-2nd

Paper-I Storyboarding & Screenplay
  • This course will offer skill development in the use of software to develop storyboards and 2-dimentional animation including creating, importing and sequencing media elements to create multi-media presentations.
  • Emphasis will be on conceptualization, creativity, and visual aesthetics.
  • This course takes the students through various aspects of animation using a variety of 2 dimensional software.
  • Developing concepts, storyboarding and production of several 2 dimensional animations will be accomplished.
Paper-II 2D Digital Animation: Flash
  • 2D Animation I is an intermediate course for traditional, digital and cut-out animation.
  • This course provides students the fundamental skills to produce traditional style animation as well as puppet animation and the knowledge of the principles of animation to be built upon in subsequent courses leading up to the Portfolio course.
  • Students can also apply skills learned in this class in other areas including motion graphics, stop motion and basic traditional animation.
Paper-III Introduction to 3D Maya
  • Create their first 3D scene in Autodesk Maya 2017 .
  • Understand the basics of Maya 2017.
  • Understand the User Interface of Maya 2017.
  • Understand Primitives in Maya 2017
Paper-IV Introduction to 3D Maya Modeling
  • 3D modeling and animation have transformed numerous fields, including filmmaking, computer games, architecture and product design.
  • This course provides an introduction to the exciting world of 3D content creation, while emphasizing its connection to the creative thought process.
  • Students will learn an overview of the artist workflow as it relates to modeling, texturing, animation, lighting and rendering.
  • This course offers a new dimension to the process of filmmaking and design.
Paper-V Communication Skills in English
  • Reading Skills:- Ability to read English with ability to read English with understanding and decipher paragraph patterns, writer techniques and conclusions.
  • Writing Skills:- Skill to develop the ability to write English correctly and master the mechanics of writing the use of correct punctuation marks and capital letter.
Paper-VI
Paper-V Drug Abuse
  • Understand the concept of use, misuse, abuse, dependence, withdrawal and addiction.
  • Understand physical, psychological, social and economical effects of drug abuse.
  • Analyze how alcohol and other drugs result in family dysfunction.

Semester-3rd

Paper-I Introduction to Photography
  • Students will be able to use a variety of brainstorming techniques to generate novel ideas of value to solve problems.
  • Students will have sufficient mastery of one or more media to complete the technical and formal challenges pertinent to a body of original work.
  • Students will be able to clearly communicate the content and context of their work visually, orally and in writing.
  • Students will be able to work independently or collaboratively to achieve stated goals.
Paper-II Web Design
  • Formulate a working definition of interactive multimedia
  • Demonstrate competence in using the authoring program Hyper Studio
  • Demonstrate the use of animation, digitized sound, video control, and scanned images
  • Demonstrate the use of Netscape to access the Course Home Page and Tips and Tricks;
  • Use basic instructional design principles in the development of stacks.
  • Will develop conceptual maps of content and process for interactive multimedia instructional programs .
Paper-III Video Editing
  • learn how to combine basic design principles in video editing.
  • Generate a video by applying his/her knowledge.
  • Present the edited video.
  • Apply required corrections in his/her project and presents it in the class.
  • Learn Final Cut Pro software in basic level.
  • Record short clips by using camera.
Paper-IV 3D Maya Texturing & Lighting
  • Create various kinds of Inorganic polygon models in Autodesk Maya.
  • Model the interior of an office building.
  • Understand the process of texturing and apply file textures all the modeled objects.
  • Render a final image of the interior created

Semester-4th

Paper-I Camera Techniques
  • learn the social history of the camera.
  • Define the cameras that use in film and video making .
  • Make a configuration of video signal.
  • Use of lighting elements
  • Use of sound equipments to be knowledge about editing
Paper-II Maintaining Workplace Health and Safety
  • Students will learn Importance of High Standards of Health and Safety at workplace.
  • Students will learn safety and health management system: monitoring, reporting various incidents and revision of plan.
  • They will learn Types of emergencies, Emergency plans, Evaluation and other emergency procedures in case of fire, flood, earthquake etc.
  • Governmental norms and regulations regarding Health and Safety at workplace.
Paper-III VFX DESIGN Students will learn:-
  • Importing Footage and Editing it, Data Management, Key-framing and tweening , Workflow, Exporting and File Formats ,Masks, Layer Modes, Basic Effects
  • Keying Layer Properties , Nesting, Pre-comping , Non-destructive Workflow , Text & Title effect .
  • Color Correction in After Effects , Manipulating Footage , Green Screening , Wire and rig removal Section , Rotoscoping with mask and Roto brush, Tracking and stabilizing 3. Advanced Effects-Rain, 3D Camera , Particles and Physics.
Paper-IV AUDIO EDITING Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will learn about Analog and digital audio, Basic Preferences, working in the Waveform View, Level Meters, Supported File Types, Basic Recording.
  • Understanding various digital audio formats like .WAV, .MP3, etc.
  • SOUND FILE EDITING: Trimming, Adjusting Volume Levels, Opening Files with Bridge, Applying Fades with Fade in and Fade Out.
  • Applying and Controlling fades, Changing Volume with Key frames, Editing Key frames, Adjusting Volume, Combining Sound files with Mix Paste, Workflow, waveform volume, and pan envelopes.
  • MANIPULATING AUDIO: trim/crop, mute, reverse, smooth/enhance, Fade in/out, insert silence, etc. WORKING WITH MULTI TRACK PROJECTS: Starting a Multi-track Project, Adding Tracks to an Existing Multi track Project, Multi track Project Control and Tools, Muting and Soloing, Trimming and Fading, Key framing, Replacing and Moving Tracks, Internal Edits, Finalizing the Two-Track Mix, insert track markers, adding multiple tracks, adjusting track, time.
  • CLEAN UP AUDIO: Automatic Noise Reduction, Noise Reduction with a Captured Noise Print, Hum Noise Reduction with a Captured Noise Print, Limitations of Noise Reduction, Removing Clicks and Pops, Rumble Removal. CREATE LOOP: Create Loop Overview, Selecting and Trimming the Loop, Multi tracking with Loops, Equalize Volume and Match Volume.
  • OVERVIEW OF EFFECTS: Working with the Effects Rack, optimizing a Voice Track, mastering a Music Track, Working more with Presets, Reverb, Delay, Sound level, Equalization, Special. AUDIO EFFECTS: EQ, Volume, chorus, distortion, Delay/echo, pitch
Paper-V Environmental Studies
  • Critical thinking in relation to environmental affairs.
  • Understanding about interdisciplinary nature of environmental issues.
  • Independent research regarding environmental problems in form of project report.
  • Understand social interactions by which human behave and cultural values that underlay behaviors.

Semester-5th

Paper-I ELECTRONIC MEDIA Students will learn:
  • Evolution and growth of Electronic Media (Radio, TV) , Characteristics of various Electronic Media (Radio, TV) , Radio vs. TV, Print vs. Electronic Media.
  • Effect of Electronic Media on Culture and Society , Broadcasting Writing Technique and Style, Script Formats, Editing.
  • Principles of Video Production, Basic TV Production Techniques, Production Team, Camera Crew .
  • Types of Cameras, Budgeting, Channel Analysis, Media Appreciation – Film review , Distribution of Films , Introduction to Editing Software – Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Sound Forge
Paper-II FILM DIRECTION AND DOCUMENTRY
  • Students will learn The Director’s Role in animation.
  • A brief And Function History of Documentary; Aesthetics and authorship.
  • Identity and authorship: Project: Recognizing your Creative Identity, Developing Your Story Idea; Screen craft: Screen Grammar.
  • Production: Camera Equipment and Shooting Procedure, Lighting, Location Sound and Postproduction: Designing a Structure, Editing, Using Music and Working with a Composer, Fine Cut to Sound Mix
  • Patterns of Dramatic Movement, Changing the Stage within a Scene, Staging as Part of a Film’s Design, Working with a Location Floor Plan; Camera: The Camera as Narrator, Objective Camera, Subjective Camera, Shot Lists, Storyboards and Setups.
Paper-III 3D ARCHITECTURE VISUALIZATION USING 3DS MAX (INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGNING)
  • Basic introduction of 3Ds Max software ,Understanding viewports and tool options , Modeling Fundamentals ,Types of modeling (Spline and Polygon modeling) , Tools and Techniques in depth.
  • Props Modeling , Texturing Fundamentals , Understanding different types of Materials , Advanced Texturing.
  • Working on UVW Unwrap, Lighting Techniques (different types of lights) , Point lighting techniques, Indoor & outdoor lighting.
  • Camera Animation , Scene Composition , Rendering techniques, Scan Line, Mental & V-Ray Rendering, Create exterior or interior model.

Semester-6th

Paper-I PUBLICITY DESIGNING AND MEDIA LAWS
  • Different Media used for Publicity: Digital media: Internet Websites, Social media, online advertisements etc.
  • Print media: Newspapers, Magazines, Hoardings, posters etc.
  • Media Laws: Media and its uses in legal context, Copyright act: Current Laws for copyright, legal consequences of breaching copyright, Contempt of court – Civil and Criminal contempt, Plagiarism, Defamation.
  • Copy rights in India: Legal definition, Types of copyrights, Infringement and consequences
Paper-II CAREER MANAGEMENT FOR ANIMATION Students will learn:
  • Career opportunities in Animation
  • Formal Communication and informal Communication
  • Presentation Skills, Creative use of Animation
  • Creating and maintaining account on professional networks
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