Bachelor of Visual Communication (B.V.C) - Course Overview
Duration: 3 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 100000 / Year
1 courses | 2 colleges
About Bachelor of Visual Communication (B.V.C)
Bachelor of Visual Communication (B.V.C) is a three year full- time course that teachers and trains candidates on the different techniques used in designing and development of content. Students also learn how to effectively use technology that is used in the digital and print publication.
The key study areas of the B.V.C course take into consideration aspects like drawing, illustration, signs, color, typography and graphic design. After pursuing a Visual Communication bachelor degree, one can work as an illustrator, communication manager, design manager, graphic designer, graphic design manager, instructional designers etc. depending on the kind of skills they possess.
It is important to note that Visual Communication as a course is available in specific as well as a part of other degrees. Bachelors of Visual Communication (usually comes under Arts & Humanities), while Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Visual Communication focuses more on the technical part of the programme.
Also, a few colleges in India also offer Visual Communication under their Fine Arts programme.
Bachelor of Visual Communication (B.V.C) Eligiblity Criteria
Minimum Qualification Required: Senior Secondary Certificate 10+2 or any other state or intermediate examination. For B.Sc Visual Communication, a candidate must have studied two science subjects in 10+2.
Minimum Marks Required: 45% to 65%; may vary from college to college.
Note: It is necessary to present all original documents, mark-sheets and relevant certificate during the time of admission at the respected college or university.
B.V.C. Admission Process
- Admission to B.V.C. course is usually on the basis of entrance exams.
- Few colleges also conduct a personal interview after the entrance exams to further screen candidates.
Career Options and Job Prospects
After pursuing a B.A. or B.Sc in Visual Communication, candidates can get a variety of job opportunities from which one can opt as per one’s interests. They can work for a magazine, publishers, design consultancies, web design companies, advertising companies, and can also work for in-house designers for state bodies and large corporations. Graduates, on the other hand, can also set up their own business and company to serve clients all across.
The salary package for a candidate who has pursued Visual Communication can vary somewhere between Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 8 lakhs to begin with. Salary structure may vary from company to company and mainly depends upon the individual's professional experience.