B.Voc in Graphic and Multimedia Course: Syllabus, Eligibility Criteria, Scope & Internships

The B.Voc in Graphics and Multimedia undergraduate course is a three-year, full-time course that you can do after 12th std. The course is offered to students who have a creative bend and an aptitude to work with software.

This course is one of the best multimedia courses, offered by TATA Institute of Social Sciences – School of Vocational Education, because it gives you an opportunity to work with a variety of creative elements.

So, if you’re someone looking to do a multimedia course after 12th, then this could be the right option for you. Read on to know what the Graphics and Multimedia course syllabus is, what the eligibility criteria is, the scope and internships provided.


Who is this course for?

The Graphics and Multimedia undergraduate course is a suitable option for students who have higher levels of creativity, when it comes to image editing, video editing, animation, advanced modelling, and a lot more.

So, if you want to make a career in the creative field, this course might just be perfect for you.

What is the Graphics and Multimedia undergraduate course about?

The course encompasses a lot of areas from basic communication skills to creative design. As the name of the course suggests, this is a vocational course. So, it has been carefully designed to professionally train students to enter the competitive workspace.

More information on this will be provided below.


What is the eligibility criteria?

In order to be eligible for the Graphic and Multimedia undergraduate course, you should meet the following criteria:

  • To apply to B.Voc. the applicants must have completed 10+2 (Class 12 or equivalent), in any stream, from a Government Recognised Board. Also, students who are awaiting their examination results are eligible to apply.
  • As English is the language of instruction at St Pauls Institute of Communication Education, Mumbai, proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing English is essential.

What is the syllabus?

The Graphics and Multimedia course syllabus is as follows:

Semester 1: 

English – I

Communication Skills – I

Graphic Design (Basic Sketching and Human Anatomy in Drawing)

Pre- Production

Illustration and Photo Editing

Vocational Practical (Semesters 1 & 2)

Semester 2: 

  • English – II
  • Communication Skills – II
  • Audio Editing
  • Video Editing
  • Principles of Animation and Techniques of Animation
  • Vocational Practical (Semesters 1 & 2)

Semester 3: 

  • Communication Skills – III
  • Basic Computing Course – I
  • 2D Digital Animation with Flash
  • Basics of 3d Modelling
  • Texturing & Lighting
  • Vocational Practical (Semesters 3 & 4)

Semester 4:

  • Communication Skills – IV
  • Basic Computing Course- II
  • 3D Animation
  • Introduction to Rendering
  • Introduction to 3D motion Graphics &VFX
  • Vocational Practical (Semesters 3 & 4)

Semester 5: 

  • Basics of Accounts
  • Livelihood – I
  • Finishing School – I
  • Digital Compositing
  • MAYA Fundamentals
  • 3D Texturing
  • Vocational Practical (Semesters 5 & 6)

Semester 6: 

  • Basics of Accounts – II
  • Livelihood- II
  • Finishing School – II
  • Muscle Systems
  • Rigging
  • Advanced modelling with z-brush
  • Vocational Practical (Semesters 5 & 6)

Will this course provide internships?

Yes, this course guarantees 100% internships. In fact, every semester students have to intern as part of their curriculum. You will be marked on your performance during your internship.

Over the years, our students have interned in companies like the Archdiocese of Bombay, The Examiner, CORO India and many more.


What are some of the jobs I can do, after this course?

Since the graphics and multimedia course covers such an array of subjects, you will inevitably be able to pursue a variety of job roles. Of course, the main focus of the job will be to design, but you’ll even have the ability to choose what type.

However, at the entry-level, you will only be able to apply for roles such as Junior Graphic Designer.

After getting some experience, you can expand your avenues and look for jobs such as a Web Designer, UX Designer, Illustrator and a lot more.


What is the entry-level salary for a graphic designer?

As a junior graphic designer with an entry level job, you can expect to earn an average of Rs. 206,718, a year (source: Payscale).


So, how do I apply for the Graphic and Multimedia Undergraduate Course?

Step 1: Applying for the course is largely hassle-free. All you have to do is go here and register.

Fill up your details- like your past educational qualifications, address, etc.

You will have to come to the institute to hand in these:

  • 2 Passport sized photos
  • Most recent diploma/degree certificates or mark sheets if awaiting final exam results

Step 2: Write the entrance exam. Here, you will be tested on your grammar, general knowledge and basic design skills.

Step 3: Crack the interview. This is followed by the entrance exam.

Step 4: If you’re selected, you can pay the fees and secure your seat.


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B.Voc in Graphic and Multimedia Course: Syllabus, Eligibility Criteria, Scope & Internships
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