Questions related to Government Chitrakala Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur
intermediate is important for bfa
There are some colleges and institutes which will want candidates to have scored a minimum of 50% marks in intermediate , others are not so rigid and anyone who has passed their 12 th boards exams is eligible to apply. After filling up the admission form, some institutes may organize an admission test to select best candidates.
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when are admission forms will be available for mfa 2020?
Admission to MFA Painting course varies from one college to another college. Many colleges conduct common entrance exams and personal interview to select candidates for this course. Some colleges have their own entrance pattern for this course. And some colleges select candidates through the cut-off marks or merit-list created by the college.
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