CUET Fine Arts Syllabus 2025

CUET Fine Arts Syllabus 2025 - To excel in section 2 of the exam, review the CUET Fine Arts syllabus 2025. This section covers a range of Domain Specific Subjects, such as the growing field of "Arts in Education." This educational study is shaped by evidence-based research on learning through the Arts. Arts education takes many forms, including performing Arts, Literature, Narrative and Poetry, Visual Arts education through film and other artistic expressions. Sculpting the minds of learners in these areas is essential in enriching their lives and expanding their horizons.
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CUET Fine Arts Syllabus 2025:
The CUET Fine Arts yllabus 2025 incorporates three units, each with their own set of subsections. Unit 1 comprises two sections, A and B, while Unit 2 is divided into sections 1 and 2. Each section contributes significantly to the overall preparation, thus requiring equal attention from candidates. Refer to the list below for a detailed breakdown of the Fine arts concepts covered by CUET.
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(A) The Rajasthani Schools
The Pahari and Rajasthani Miniature Painting Schools(16th A.D to 19th Century A.D.)
Study of the following Rajasthani paintings:
Ramayana paintings of Sahibdin Mewar Folio
Hunting scene or One Court scene or Festival scene Mewar Jagat Singh II
Ragamala or Rasikapriya Bundi Folio
Hunting Scene painting in a Forest Kotah with Kotah Maharaja
Pabuji Ki Phad, Folk Scroll painting Bhilwara
Maru-Ragini Mewar
Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara Bundi
Chaugan Players Jodhpur
Krishna on swing Bikaner
Radha (Bani- Thani) Kishangarh
Bharat Meets Rama at Chitrakuta Jaipur
(B) The Pahari Schools
Origin and development of Basohli, Guler, and Kangra schools in brief and main features of the Pahari schools
Study of the following Pahari Paintings:
One Folio of Ramayana Basohli (Sangri – Early Phase)
One Folio of Gita Govinda of Jaideva by Manaku Guler
One Krishna Lila or Bhagavata Purana Kangra Folio by Nain Sukh
One painting from Nayaka Nayika Guler or Kangra or Baramasa or Ragamala
Krishna with Gopis Basohli
Nand, Yashoda, and Krishna with Kinsmen Kangra
Going to Vrindavana
The Mughal and Deccani Schools of miniature painting (16th Century A.D. to 19th Century A.D.)
1. The Mughal School
Roots and evolution of the Mughal school and its  characteristics.
Mughal Paintings:
Title Painter School
Akbar Namah Basawan Folio
Baber Crossing the river Sone Jagannath Akbar
Krishna Lifting Mount Govardhana Miskin Akbar
Birth of Salim Ramdas Akbar
Jahangir holding the picture of Abul Hassan Jahangir
Falcon on Bird-Rest Ustad Mansoor Jahangir
Kabir and Raidas Ustad Faquirullah Khan Shajahan
Marriage procession of Haji Madni Provincial
Dara Shikoh Mughal
2. The Deccani School
Origin and development of the Deccani school and Main features of the Deccan School.
Study of the following Deccani Paintings:
Ibrahim AdilShah II of Bijapur Bijapur
Raga Hindola Ahmednagar
Ragini Pat-hamsika Ahmednagar
Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and Hyderabad Amir Khusro
Chand Bibi Playing Polo (Chaugan) Golconda
New Era in Indian art-an introduction
The Bengal School and Cultural Nationalism
Rabindranath Tagore
Parthasarthi Nandlal Bose
Ghalib’s Poetry Painting based on M.A.R. Chughtai
Select a cubistic painting by Gaganendranath Tagore
Mother and child Jamini Roy
Female Face Rabindranath Tagore
Hill Women Amrita Sher Gill
Shiv and Sati Nandlal Bose
Rasa-Lila Kshitindranath Majumdar
Radhika M.A.R. Chughtai
Meghdoot Ram Gopal Vijaivargiya
National flag and the Symbolic significance of its forms and the colors.
Contribution of Indian artists in the struggle for the National Freedom Movement
Tiller of the Soil-Nandlal Bose.
(i) Triumph of Labour D. P. Roychowdhury
Sculptures and Graphic Points
(ii) Santhal Family Ramkinker Vaij
(iii) Standing Woman Dhanraj Bhagat
(iv) Cries Unheard Amar Nath Sehgal
(v) Ganesha Figure P.V.Jankiram
(vi) Dhanpal Sankho Chaudhuri
(vii) Chatturmukhi Aekka Yada Giri Rao
(i) Whirlpool Krishna Reddy
(ii) Children Somnath Hore
(iii) Devi Jyoti Bhatt
(iv) Of walls Anupam Sud
(v) Man, Woman and Tree K. Laxma Goud
Preparation Tips:
The CUET Fine Arts can be intimidating, but there are broad recommendations and strategies that students can utilize to succeed. In the following material, we will cover four essential exam preparation strategies that every student should adhere to, regardless of the intended Domain Subject. These tips will help you pass the test and reach your academic goals with ease.
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  • Exam syllabus analysis should be complete and accurate. A candidate must be familiar with the entirety of the CUET Fine Arts programme in order to sit for the entrance exam.
  • Establish and adhere to a preparation strategy. Before starting your exam preparation, make a study plan. Candidates must set aside enough time for each topic and prepare in advance. To make the preparation manageable, they must set realistic targets.
  • Practice, practise and practice—but go about it the right way this time. Practice is necessary to achieve a high mark on the CUET Fine Arts 2025 exam. Candidates must finish as many question papers, mock exams, and sample papers from prior years as they can.
  • Revision is the secret to long-term success. A lot of revision is necessary for exam preparation. For revision, candidates should allot at least two to three weeks.
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