JNU to introduce 3 new Masters courses in art, film and theatre

Good news for those who are willing to do their masters from JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University) in the next academic session. JNU has proposed to launch three new courses in Film and Television, Art History and Theater from the next academic session.

” In July, the proposal has come from the Board of Studies of the ‘School of Arts and Aesthetics’ regarding the introduction of the new course”‘, said JNU’s Vice Chancellor, S.K. Sopory. Adding to this, Sopory also commented that “the preamble, the courses to be taught and credit requirements for the three programs have been worked out”. The varsity’s Academic Council (AC) had given a thumbs up for the introduction of these courses in its recent meeting, thus encouraging the future existence of the proposal at large.

[author image=”http://www.aapkatimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Naina-Grover.jpg” ]Naina Grover is doing her major in English literature. She has been an avid writer, surreal fiction being her forte. She has also qualified a certificate course in creative writing from the British Council and has an inclination towards psychoanalytical studies. She is both, a seeker and an explorer with a tinge of inquisitiveness to experiment with both, life and writing at large. As a part of her personal interest, she also writes lyrics for her self-created symphonies and wishes to excel further in her endeavor to take up writing as her career prospect. [/author]