BS Fine Arts

Bacholer Degree in Fine arts

  1. A degree in Fine Arts (BS Fine Arts) equips students with a blend of practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and creative exploration across various artistic mediums. Here are key points that highlight the essence and benefits of pursuing a degree in Fine Arts:

    1. Diverse Artistic Disciplines: Students are exposed to a wide range of artistic disciplines such as painting, sculpture, digital art, photography, printmaking, and more. This diversity encourages the exploration of different mediums and techniques, fostering a well-rounded artistic education.
    2. Creative Development: The program focuses on nurturing individual creativity and artistic voice. Students are encouraged to experiment and take creative risks, leading to unique personal expressions and innovative art projects.
    3. Technical Proficiency: Courses are designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the technical aspects of art-making. This includes mastering traditional techniques as well as incorporating modern technologies and digital tools in their creative process.
    4. Critical Thinking and Analysis: Students learn to critically analyze their own work and that of others. Art history and theory courses enrich this understanding, offering insights into the cultural, social, and historical contexts that shape artistic expression.
    5. Professional Skills: The curriculum includes professional practice courses that prepare students for a career in the arts. This encompasses portfolio development, exhibition design, marketing, and other essential skills needed to navigate the art world successfully.
    6. Collaborative Opportunities: Many programs emphasize collaboration, allowing students to work on group projects and participate in interdisciplinary endeavors. These experiences are invaluable for learning teamwork and networking within the creative community.
    7. Exhibition and Presentation Skills: Students gain experience in presenting their work through exhibitions, critiques, and digital portfolios. This exposure is crucial for building confidence and professionalism in presenting artistic work to the public and potential employers or galleries.
    8. Cultural Engagement: Fine Arts programs often include opportunities for students to engage with the broader cultural landscape, including museum visits, artist talks, workshops, and community art projects. This engagement deepens understanding and appreciation of the arts within societal contexts.
    9. Personal Growth: Beyond technical and professional development, studying fine arts fosters personal growth. Students explore concepts of identity, expression, and ethics, developing a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationship to the world.
    10. Career Flexibility: Graduates with a degree in Fine Arts have a wide array of career paths available to them, from traditional roles like artists, illustrators, and museum curators to more contemporary positions in digital media, design, and arts administration.

    An Ad Fine Arts degree offers a comprehensive education that is both enriching and practical, preparing students for diverse careers in the creative industries or for further academic pursuits in the arts.



NTI Institute of textile and fashion designing was established in 2000 as an in-services training institute under the Sarhad university. NTI has been striving to provide an academic and professional environment for its student. It offers a very comprehensive, board-based public health curriculum, and dynamic learning experiences with highly qualified and trained faculty.
  1. Introduction to Digital Art: Explore the fundamentals of digital art, including digital drawing, painting, and graphic design techniques. Learn to use software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create visually stunning artworks.
  2. Art History: Delve into the rich history of art, studying various movements, styles, and artists throughout different periods. Gain insights into the cultural, social, and political contexts that have influenced artistic expression over time.
  3. Drawing and Sketching: Develop foundational drawing skills through exercises focused on line, form, composition, and perspective. Experiment with various drawing mediums such as pencil, charcoal, and ink to express your artistic vision.
  4. Painting Techniques: Learn traditional painting techniques as well as contemporary approaches to painting. Explore different paint mediums such as acrylics, oils, and watercolors, while studying color theory, brushwork, and composition.
  5. Sculpture and 3D Design: Explore the three-dimensional aspect of art through sculpting techniques using clay, plaster, wood, or mixed media. Learn about sculptural concepts, spatial relationships, and the manipulation of form.
  6. Printmaking: Discover the art of printmaking, including techniques such as relief, intaglio, lithography, and screen printing. Experiment with various printmaking processes to create unique and expressive artworks.
  7. Digital Media Arts: Expand your creativity in the digital realm, exploring multimedia techniques, video editing, animation, and interactive art. Gain proficiency in software tools like Adobe Creative Suite, Blender, and Unity to create dynamic digital artworks.
  8. Portfolio Development: Receive guidance and feedback on building a professional portfolio that showcases your artistic skills and personal style. Learn how to present your work effectively for applications to art schools, exhibitions, or professional opportunities.
  9. Professional Practices: Acquire essential knowledge and skills for pursuing a career in the arts, including portfolio management, networking, self-promotion, and entrepreneurship. Explore career pathways in fields such as graphic design, illustration, gallery curation, art education, and freelance artistry.
  10. Community Engagement and Collaboration: Engage in collaborative projects and community-based initiatives that integrate art into various social contexts. Explore the role of art in promoting social change, cultural diversity, and community development.

These affordable fine arts degree courses provide a comprehensive foundation in artistic skills, theory, and professional practices, empowering students to pursue their passion for the arts without financial burden.


With a rich history and legacy, NTI stands as a pioneer in textile and fashion education, setting industry standards and shaping the future of fashion professionals.Our core focus is on delivering quality education that goes beyond traditional boundaries. Our innovative programs are designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge demanded by the ever-evolving fashion industry.
  1. Candidates holding Intermediate certificate with at least 45% marks or A-LEVELS (22 Points) with equivalency certificate from IBCC Islamabad or an equivalent certificate from a recognized institution are eligible to apply.
  2. Candidates holding associate degree in relevant discipline with at least 2.00 CGPA on the scale of 4.00 from any recognized university / institution will join from the 5th semester of their degree program. Minimum duration of their degree shall be 2 years.
  3. Candidates holding bachelor degree (14 years of education) with at least 45% marks in annual system or associate degree in other than relevant discipline with at least 2.00 CGPA on the scale of 4.00 from any recognized university / institution will join from the bridge semester of their degree program. Minimum duration of their degree shall be 2.5 years.

Program objectives

At the National Textile Institute, we take immense pride in being recognized as a trailblazer in the realms of textile and fashion designing. Our commitment to providing top-tier education has positioned us as a beacon of excellence for aspiring fashion professionals.Learn from industry experts and seasoned professionals who bring a wealth of real-world experience into the classroom. Our faculty is dedicated to nurturing creative minds and fostering a passion for fashion.Immerse yourself in a dynamic learning environment with cutting-edge facilities, design studios, and technology labs that mirror real-world industry settings.
  • Graduates striving to create and utilize study of art.
  • Graduate acquiring the fundamental knowledge of design related to Fine Arts.
  • Students will be able to create textile prints.
  • Students will have complete knowledge of the Fine Arts.
  • Students will communicate their ideas effectively.
Program Code: 169
Number of Courses: 45+ Thesis
Credit Hours: 131
Minimum Duration: 8 Semesters, 4 Years
Maximum Duration: 16 Semesters, 8 Years
Minimum CGPA Required To Earn Degree 2.00


Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.10
FA 100 History of Art-I 3-0
FA 105 Basic Drawing 0-2
FA 107 Basic Painting 0-2
FA 104 Colour Theory 2-1
Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.17 Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.16
ENG 101 Functional Communication (Eng-I) 3-0 GS 123 Islamic Study 2-0
IT 106 Introduction to IT 2-1 GS 240 Values Ethics & Society  (in lieu of GS123) 2-0
FA 104 Colour Theory 2-1 MA 100 Mathematics-I (Pre-calculus) 3-0
FA 105 Basic Drawing 0-2 FA 107 Basic Painting 0-2
TFD 103 Material and Model-I 0-3 FA 110 Visual Art 1-2
TFD 121 Shaping-I 1-2 FA 109 History of Art 3-0
TFD 123 Shaping-II 3-0
Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.15 Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.17
GS 128 Pakistan Studies 2-0 ENG 316 Effective Communication 3-0
ENG 110 Basic Com Skills (Eng.-II) 3-0 TFD 251 Digital Design Adobe Photoshop 3-0
FA 211 Drawing-1 0-3 FA 219 Advance color theory 2-1
FA 212 Digital Design-Corel Draw 1-2 FA 221 Drawing-II 0-3
FA 213 Painting-I 0-2 FA 222 Painting-II 0-2
FA 214 Sculpture 0-2 FA 205 Printmaking 1-2
FA 229 Exhibition Audit Basis
Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.16 Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.17
ENG 334 Academic Writing (ENG-IV) 3-0 RES 477 Research Methodology 3-0
FA 401 Art Psychology 3-0 FA 330 Animation 0-3
FA 311 Advance Drawing 0-3 FA 402 Muslim Architecture 0-3
FA 321 Advance Painting 0-3 FA 108 Drafting 1-2
MGT 270 Entrepreneurship 3-0 FA 413 En Plein Air-I 0-2
TFD 351 Marketing & Mgt(Art & Design) 3-0
Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.18 Course Code Course Title Cr.Hrs.18
FA 426 *Mix Media Drawing-I  (Final Product for Drawing) 0-3 FA 441 *Mix Media Drawing-II (Final Product for Drawing) 0-3
FA 440 *Mix Media Painting-I (Final Product for Painting) 0-3 FA 445 *Mix Media Painting-II (Final Product for Painting) 0-3
FA 321 Calligraphy 1-2 GS 422 Professional Ethics 0-3
TFD 251 Digital Design Adobe Photoshop 0-3 FA 424 En Plein Air-II 0-2
FA 324 Design Techniques 0-3 FA 325 History of Art Culture 3-0
FA 412 Art Criticism 3-0 RES 480 Research Project 0-6

In the subject mentioned with (*) students will select any one stream of specialization and will create four out of eight products of their final research project
The facility for teaching of any of the elective course will be arranged only if reasonable number of students opt for.

NOTE: Students are encouraged to undergo internship program and practical learning lab(PLL) details are given in sections 27 & 28 of the rules and regulations.