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M.Phil. Folk Art

Master of Philosophy in Folk Art


Are you interested in pursuing a research program in the field of folk art? Do you have masters in folk art or a related discipline and would like to further your education? Find here in this page about the course M.Phil Folk Arts.

Course Name: M.Phil. Folk Art
Group: M.Phil.
Stream: Art & Design
Course Category: Fine Arts
Duration: 2 years

Overview


Folk arts are an integral part of the cultural heritage of the country. India is blessed with a number of folk art traditions that are practiced in the different parts of the country. Many of these folk art forms have a rich history dating back to hundreds of years and some even more. Thanks to these art forms some of our traditions are still kept alive. An M.Phil qualification in folk art is thus in the direction of studying these art forms and help preserve them for future generations to savour.

Eligibility and course duration


A masters degree in folk art or any other performing art field like music, dance and theatre. Most institutes require you to score at least 50% marks in your masters. You need to appear for a subject based as well as an aptitude exam for admission to the course.
The duration of the course is 2 years.


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More about the course


An M.Phil qualification leads you to developing your analytical and research skills in the field of your study. Like other M.Phil programs it is a research oriented course where you need to carry out some original research work in the field of folk art. Depending on your area of interest and scope of study you can take up any topic related to the different folk art traditions practiced in India. Through the coursework that includes a course on research methodology for conducting research on folk art, you get to learn about the history of the folk art forms in India. You get a deeper understanding of the cultural heritage represented by each one of them. You get an understanding about how they are an integral part of our people since ages. Your research and subsequent dissertation focuses on learning more about these jewel of an art forms that have been handed over to us from generation to generation and how best to keep the traditions alive. The dissertation or thesis has to be defended in front of a research committee before being awarded the M.Phil degree.

Prospects and job opportunities


The M.Phil program enables you to pursue higher research in the field of folk art by undertaking a PhD program. It gives you relief in terms of the coursework that need not be undertaken again. You can get employed in various government programs and in government jobs that are into promoting folk art and preserving the traditions alive.

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