PhD

PhD 2022-23

SYLLABUS 

Of

Ph.D. Programme

In

Fine Arts 

Session 2022-2023

Course work, July 2022-23

IIS (Deemed to be UNIVERSITY), Jaipur

  • Credit Template of course work
  • Scheme of Examination
  • Blue print of Question Papers
  • Syllabi:
  • Paper-I VAH-141
  • Paper-II VAH-142
  • Paper-III VAH-143
  • Paper-IV VAH-144 
  • Paper- V VAH-145
  • Panel of Examiners
  • List of Students enrolled in the course work of 2022-23

CREDIT TEMPLATE (2022-23)

Paper No.

Paper Code

Paper title

Total Credit

Max. marks

Min. Pass

Marks

Paper-I

VAH-141

Research Methodology  

4

100

50

Paper-II

VAH-142

Review of Published Research work

4

100

50

Paper-III

VAH-143

(Applied Arts Specialization)

Introduction to Advertising 

4

100

50

VAH-143

(Sculpture Specialization)

Aesthetics and Art Theory

VAH-143

(Painting Specialization)

Paper –IV

VAH-144

(Applied Arts Specialization)

Advertising Planning and Strategies

4

100

50

VAH-144

(Sculpture Specialization)

20th Century Indian and Western Sculpture

VAH-144

(Painting Specialization)

Introduction to Indian Art

Paper - V

VAH- 145

Research and Publication Ethics

2

100

50

Total

 

    18

Scheme of Examination 2022-23

 

Scheme of Evaluation for Continuous Assessment (50%)  Paper Code: 141 (Research Methodology), Paper Code: 143 (Advanced Study Paper I), Paper Code: 144 (Advanced Study Paper II)

 

Test

Submissions

Class 

interaction 

Total

30 marks

2 x5 marks 

= 10 marks

10

50

Scheme of Evaluation for Continuous Assessment Test (30%) ( Question Paper)

 

Section A

5 Short Answer Questions 

5x2= 10 marks

Section B

2 Descriptive Questions 

2×5=10marks

Section C

1 Application based question 

10x1=10 marks

Total 

30 marks

Scheme of Evaluation for Semester End Examination (50%) ( Question Paper)

 

Section A

8 Short Answer Questions 

8x2= 16 marks

Section B

4 Long Answer Questions 

4×6=24 marks

Section C

1 Application based question 

10x1=10 marks

Total 

50 marks

Research and Publication Ethics (Paper Code 145)

MCQ based Test

Seminar

Total

20 marks

30 marks

50 marks

 

CA test of Research and Publication Ethics (Paper Code: 145) will be MCQ based (computer based) from the first two units and the Maximum marks will be 20. The paper will consist of 20 Multiple Choice Questions of 1 mark each and the duration of the test will be half an hour.

In the Seminar component students need to select a topic of their choice from Units I and II and present it before the committee constituted by the respective departments. A hard copy of the seminar report should be submitted to the Head of the Department by the students.

 

 

Scheme of Evaluation of Paper II

Review of Published Research Work 

Paper Code: VAH-142

 

 

Continuous Assessment of this paper will be based on the candidate’s interaction with the Supervisor and a midterm seminar to be evaluated internally by the Research Supervisor and Head of the Department.

Presentation 

Viva-voce

Interaction with the Supervisor  

Total

30

10 

10

50

Semester End Examination of this paper shall be evaluated through submission of Review of Literature and presentation before a Board of Examines consisting of the Supervisor and Head of the Department.

 

Presentation 

Viva-voce

Submission of Review

Total

30

10

10 

50

 

Department of Fine Arts

Blue print for Ph.D. of Continuous Assessment Test

Time Allowed: 1 Hr. 

Max. Marks: 30

Minimum Passing Marks

 

The CA test will be based on two units.

The question paper consists of three sections. All sections are compulsory.

 

Section A 5x2 = 10  Marks

 

  • Consists of 6 short answer (50-75 words) Questions carrying 2 marks each.  
  • Total 6 questions are to be set taking three questions from each unit.
  • Candidates are required to attempt any 5 questions in about 50-75 words

Section B   2x5=10 Marks

  • Consists of 4 descriptive questions  
  • Total 4 questions are to be set taking two questions from each unit with internal choice. 
  • Candidates are required to attempt two questions, taking one question from each unit in 300-600 words Each question carries 5 marks.

Section C   10x1= 10 Marks

 

  • Consists of 2 application based questions carrying 10 marks each.
  • One question to be set from each unit.  
  • Candidates are required to attempt any one question.

 

 

Department of Fine Arts

Blue print for Ph.D. of Semester End Exam

Time Allowed: Three Hours

Max. Marks: 50

 

The question paper consists of three sections. All sections are compulsory.

 

Section A   8x2= 16 Marks

 

  • Consists of 10 short answer (50-75 words) Questions carrying 2 marks each.  
  • Total 10 questions are to be set taking two questions from each unit.
  • Candidates are required to attempt any 8 questions selecting at least one from each unit.

Section B     4x6= 24 Marks

  • Consists of 5 long answer (400-450 words) Questions carrying 6 marks each.  
  • Total 5 questions are to be set taking one question from each unit. 
  • Candidates are required to attempt any four questions.

Section C   1x10= 10 Marks

  • Consists of 2 application based questions carrying 10 marks each.  
  • Candidates are required to attempt any one question.

 

 

IIS (Deemed to be UNIVERSITY), Jaipur

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts  

                                   Paper I: Research Methodology

Paper Code: VAH 141

 (For all Fine Arts subjects, English, Hindi, French, German)

 

Course credits: 4 Max. Marks:

Contact Hours: 60             CA=  50

SEE= 5         Total = 100

 

Unit I

Research in Literature:

Introduction to Research                                            (The craft of research pp. 10-14, 49-63)

  • What is Research?
  • Why Write it up?
  • Why a Formal Paper?
  • From Questions to a Problem

Unit II

The Process of Critical Reading:

Close Reading (Prose and Poetry)/ Close Reading of Painting/ Sculpture/ Advertising (Print Media, Electronic Media, Photography, Film (Supportive Media))

Unit III

Resources

Think: Evaluating your sources                                     (MLA Handbook  pp. 10-12)

Gathering information about your sources                    (MLA Handbook  pp. 13-18)

Taking Notes   (The craft of research pp. 10-14, 49-63)  Unit IV

Documentation

Why document sources?   (MLA Handbook  pp. 3-6)

Plagiarism and academic dishonesty   (MLA Handbook  pp. 6-10)

Organize: Creating your documentation   (MLA Handbook  pp. 19)

  • The lists of works cited   (MLA Handbook  pp. 20-53)
  • In – text citations   (MLA Handbook  pp. 54-58)

                                                                       Unit V

Academic Writing

Preparing a research proposal (organizing material/ ideas, developing an argument, facilitating coherence and cohesion)

Introductions and conclusions                                    (The craft of research pp. 232- 46)

                   

Essential Reading:

  • Extracts from ‘Facilitating Coherence across Qualitative Research Paper’. Ronald J. Chenail & Maureen Duffy (Nova Southeastern University, Fort Landerdale, Florida, USA)  and Sally St. George & Dan Wulff (University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
  • MLA Handbook, New York: MLA, 2016 (Eighth Edition), Print.
  • The Craft of Research, Booth et.al, The University of Chicago Press, 2016 (Fourth Edition), Print.

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts  

  Paper II: Review of Published Research work

Paper Code: VAH 142 (S/ P/ A)

Course credits: 4 Max. Marks:

Course duration: 60 Hrs. CA=  50

SEE= 50           Total = 100

 

The candidates will have to review the published research work related to their fields of research, under the guidance of their Research Supervisors. The candidates may consult different Journals, Books or Research articles available in Library or on the internet. They will be required to prepare review reports and give a midterm presentation and a Semester End Seminar for evaluation of the same. 

 

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Applied Art)

                       Paper III: Introduction to Advertising 

Paper Code: VAH 143 (A)

 

Course credits: 4 Max. Marks: CA= 50

            SEE= 50 

Total= 100

Course duration: 60 Hrs.

          

Unit I: 

Introduction to Advertising  

  • Definition and Characteristics of advertising
  • Advertising as a powerful tool of communication
  • Elements of Advertising Communication  
  • Advertising as a marketing tool
  • The Marketing Communication Process
  • Active participants in advertising(The advertiser, the advertising agency, audience, media and vendor)

Unit II: 

Origin and growth of Advertising 

  • Historical background and Future of Indian advertising
  • Changing trends of Indian Advertising

Unit III: 

Types of Advertising 

To study the various kinds of advertising depending upon –

  • Area Coverage: Local, Regional, National and International
  • Audience: Consumer, Industrial, Trade and Professional
  • Functions : Direct and Indirect advertising, Action advertising, Primary and Selective advertising
  • Advertising stages: Pioneering, Competitive and Retentive

Unit IV: 

Advertising media 

  • Discuss the role of  media in advertising and study their advantages and limitations
  • Print Media: Newspaper and Magazine
  • Support media: Out of home media, Promotional products marketing, Other media (Movie theatres, videos, miscellaneous)
  • Broadcast media: Television and Radio
  • Internet, E Mail Advertising

Unit V: 

Advertising Media 

  • Above the line media
  • Below the line media

Books recommended: 

  1. Advertising Art & Ideas - By G. M. Rege
  2. Advertising Principles & Practice - By Wells, Moriarty & Burnett
  3. Foundations of Advertising - Theory & Practice – By Chunnawala & Sethia

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Sculpture/ Painting)

                         Paper III: Aesthetics and Art Theory 

Paper Code: VAH 143 (S/ P)

 

Course credits: 4 Max. Marks: CA= 50

            SEE= 50 

Total= 100

Course duration: 60 Hrs.

          

Unit I:

Indian Aesthetics- The Scope, Historical perspective and Evolution of the Dramatic Art, Natyashastra, Its Meaning and Aim

 

Unit II:

Rasa: Types of Rasa and their aesthetic experience, Rasa Theory as Aesthetic object, Bharata’s conception of Rasa, Constituents of Rasa and their relation: Vibhava, Anubhava, Vyabhicharibhava; Bhava and Stthayibhavas

 

Unit III:

Commentators on the Natyashastra: Bhatta Lollatta’s practical point of view, his theory and Criticism and objections on his theory, Bhatta Shankuka’s Psycho- Epistemic approach to the problem of Aesthetics, Bhatta Nayaka’s theory of sadhraranikarana and its implication

 

Unit IV:

Dhvani: History of Dhvani,

Mahima Bhatta: Introduction, Attitude towards Dhvanikara, Theory of Kashmir Saivism, Theory of Aesthetics, Conceprtion of Rasa as a reflection of a Sthyain

Abhinava Gupta: The Meaning of Rasa, His explanation of the omission of “Sthayin” in Bharata’s definition of Rasa.

Ananda Vardhana : Dhvanyaloka

 

Unit V:

Vishnu Dharmottar Purana: Contribution of Chitrasutra of the Vshnu dharmottar purana to Ancient Indian Aesthetics

Interrelationship of Visual and Performing Art taking examples from illustrative Geet Govind, Sursagar and Rasika Priya

 

Books recommended: 

  1. Bharata: The Natyasastra- By Kapila Vatsyayan
  2. Chitrasutra of the Vishnuharmottara- By C. Sivaramamurty
  3. Concept of Dhvani in Sanskrit Poetics– By Pradipta Kumar Panda
  4. The Aesthetic Experience According to Abhinavagupta- By Raniero Gnoli

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Applied Art)

Paper IV: Advertising Planning & Strategies

Paper Code: VAH 144 (A)

Course credits: 4                                   Max. Marks:

Course duration: 60 Hrs. CA= 50

SEE= 50          

Total = 100

 

Unit I: 

Motivational and Advertising Research 

  • Importance of Motivational Research,
  • Advertising Research, Reasons for measuring advertising effectiveness. 
  • Pre Test & Post Test (What to test, when to test and where to test.)

Unit II: 

The Social and ethical aspects of Advertising

  • Advertising and cultural/Moral values 
  • Advertising as untruthful or deceptive 
  • Advertising and children 
  • Advertising encourages materialism 
  • Advertisement and women

Unit III: 

Public Relation 

  • Definition of Public Relation
  • Comparison between Advertising & Public Relation
  • Need & Scope of Public Relation
  • Basic elements of Public Relation
  • Objectives of Public Relation
  • Public Relation Advertising

Unit IV: 

Consumer Behavior

  • How consumer behavior does works?
  • The Consumer Audience
  • Social/ Cultural influences on consumer decisions
  • Psychological influences on consumer decisions
  • Behavioral influences on consumer decisions
  • The consumer decision process

Unit V: 

Outdoor Photography:

  •  Street portraiture, street life, culture and heritage. 
  •  Landscapes & cityscapes. 
  •  Architecture & interiors. 
  •  The photojournalistic approach - documentation of socially relevant topics like pollution, traffic sensibilities, child labour etc.

Books recommended: 

  1. Advertising Art & Ideas - By G. M. Rege
  2. Advertising Principles & Practice - By Wells, Moriarty & Burnett
  3. Foundations of Advertising - Theory & Practice – By Chunnawala & Sethia
  4. Photography- By Peter Cattrell

 

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Sculpture)

Paper IV: 20TH Century Indian and Western Sculpture

Paper Code: VAH 144 (S)

Course Credits: 4 C.A. = 50

Course Duration: 60 Hrs. SEE= 50

Total=100

 

Unit I: 

Indian Modern Sculptors: Deviprasad Roy Choudhary, Binayak Pandurang  Karmakar, Ram Kinker Baij, Dhanraj Bhagat, Somnath Hore, Meera Mukharjee, Mrinalini Mukharjee, Nand Gopal

 

Unit II: 

Indian Modern Sculptors: Amarnath Sehgal, Pradosh Das Gupta, P. Puchkanwala,   Shankhon Choudhary,Satish Gujral, Raghav Kaneria, P.V. Jankiram, Himmat Shah,  Krishna Reddy, Rajendra Tikku, Balbir Singh Katt, Subodh Gupta, Latika Katt.

 

Unit III: 

Western  Modern Sculptors: Constantine Brancusi, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, Barbara Hepworth, Umberto Boccioni, Raymond Duchamp, Vladimir Tatlin, Marcel Duchamp, Alberto Giacometti, Joan Miro,  Julio Gonzalez, Alexander Calder, Mathias Goertiz.

 

Unit IV: 

Western  Modern Sculptors: Ronald Bladen, David Smith, Donald Judd, Claes Oldenburg, Barnett Newman, Robert Smithson, Christo Javacheff, George Segal.

 

Unit V: 

Contemporary Trends in Visual Arts: Constructions, Installation, Assemblage, Performance Art, Environmental Art, Kinetic Art, Moving Sculptures, hyperrealism, etc.

 

Books recommended: 

  1. History of Art Volume II- By H.W. Janson
  2. Art past art presnt- By David G. Wikins, Bernard Schultz, Kathrin M. Liduff
  3. The book of art Volume VIII- Modern art– By Grolier
  4. Installation art- By Michel Archer
  5. Tradition and Modernity in Indian art during the twentieth century- By Neelima Vashishtha
  6. Contemporary art in India- A perspective- By Pran Nath Mago

 

Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Painting)

Paper IV: Introduction to Indian Art

Paper Code: VAH 144 (P)

Course Credits: 4 C.A. = 50

Course Duration: 60 Hrs. SEE= 50

Total=100

 

Unit I: 12 Hrs

Prehistoric Painting: Bhimbhetka, Mirjapur, Singhanpur, Panchmadi, Hoshangabad

Cave Paintinmg: Ajanta ,Bagh, Sittanvasal, 

Frescoes in South India

 

Unit II: 12 Hrs

Manuscript Paintings: Pala , Jain 

Rajasthani Schools of miniature painting

  • Bikaner School
  • Bundi-Kota Kalam School
  • Jaipur School
  • Kishangarh School
  • Marwar School
  • Mewar School

Unit III: 12 Hrs

Mughal Painting: Development of Mughal Art during the reign of Akbar to Aurangzeb

 

Unit IV: 12 Hrs

Pahari Paintings Schools of miniature painting

  • Basohli Paintings
  • Chamba Paintings
  • Garhwal Painting
  • Guler Kangra Paintings
  • Jammu Paintings
  • Kulu Paintings
  • Mandi paintings
  • Mankot Paintings
  • Nurpur Paintings

 

Unit V: 12 Hrs.

Stylistic changes of miniature paintings in modern Indian paintings (Abanindranath Tagore, J. Sultan Ali)

Contemporary artist of Rajasthan those who developed their art forms based on miniature: Kripal Singh Shekhawat, Devkinandan Sharma, Ramgopal Vijayvergia, Virendra Banoo

 

Books recommended: 

  1. Indian miniature painting: manifestation of a creative mind- By Dr. Daljeet, P. C. Jain   (Prof.), Veena Baswani, R. K. Dutta Gupta
  2. Deccani Painting - By Mark Zebrowski
  3. Centres of Pahari Painting– By Chandramani Singh
  4. Mughal Miniatures- By J.M. Rogers
  5. Indian painting from Cave temples to Colonial Period by John Cummins 
  6. Mughal masters further studies by Asok Kumar Das
  7. Female attire in miniature painting by Shalini Bharti 
  8. Centres of Pahari Painting by Chandramani Singh
  9. History of Indian Painting, Rajasthani Traditions by Krishna Chaitanya

 

  Ph.D. Programme – Fine Arts (Painting/ Applied Art/ Sculpture)

Paper V: Research Ethics And Publications

Paper Code: VAH 145 

Course Credits: 2 C.A. = 50

Course Duration: 30 Hrs. SEE= 50

Total=100

Unit I: RPE 01 ( Theory) 4 Hrs.

 Philosophy and Ethics

1. Introduction to philosophy: definition; nature & scope; concept; branches

2. Ethics: definition; moral philosophy; nature of moral judgements & reactions

 

Unit II: RPE 02 ( Theory) 4 Hrs.

Scientific Conduct

  1. Ethics with respect to science & research
  2. Intellectual honesty & research integrity 
  3. Scientific misconducts: falsification, fabrication, & plagiarism (FPP) 
  4. Redundant publications: duplicate & overlapping publications, salami slicing
  5. Selective reporting & misrepresentation of data

Unit III: RPE 03( Theory) 7 Hrs.

Publication Ethics

  1. Publication ethics: definition, introduction & importance 
  2. Best practices/standard setting initiative & guidelines: COPE, WAME etc 
  3. Conflicts of interest 
  4. Publication misconducts: definition, concept, problems that lead to unethical behaviour & vice versa, types 
  5. Violation of publication ethics, authorship & contributor-ship 
  6. Identification of publication misconduct, complaints & appeals
  7. Predatory publishers & journals

Unit IV: RPE 04( Practice) 4 Hrs.

Open Access Publishing

  1. Open access publications & initiatives 
  2. SHERPA/RoMEO online resource to check publisher copyright & self-archiving policies 
  3. Software tools developed to identify predatory publications by SPPU  
  4. Journal finder/journal suggestion tools viz. JANE, Elsevier Journal Finder, Springer Journal Suggested etc. 

 

Unit V: RPE 05 ( Practice) 4 Hrs Publication Misconduct

A. Group Discussion (2 hrs)

  1. Subject specific ethical issues, FPP, authorship
  2. Conflicts of Interest
  3. Complaints and appeals: examples and Frauds from India and abroad

B. Software Tools (2 hrs)

Use of plagiarism software like Turnitin, Urukund, and other open source software tools

 

Unit VI: RPE 06 ( Practice) 7 Hrs

Databases & Research Metrics

A. Databases (4 hrs)

  1. Indexing databases
  2. Citation databases: Web of Science, Scopus etc

B. Research Metrics (3 hrs)

  1. Impact Factor of journal as per Journal Citation Report, SNIP, SJR, IPP, Cite Score
  2. Metrics: h-index, g index, i10 index, altmetrics