CBSE has offered Fine Arts to the students as the core subjects. So, the students who are having interest in Arts and opted this subject can now download the syllabus. The pdf of the syllabus is available online on the official website cbse.nic.in. Therefore, if you want to prepare well for Fine Arts then you must know the syllabus. The syllabus is not so wide and is divided into theory and practical sections. So, the Central Board of Secondary Education has released the syllabus for the same.
The paper has been divided into Theory and Practical part. The theory part is having four units. The names of the units are The Rajasthani and Pahari Schools of Miniature Painting, The Mughal and Deccan Schools of Miniature Painting, The Indian National Flag and the Bengal School of Painting, and The Modern Trends in Indian Arts.
For the teachers of Fine Arts, the board has mentioned the periods in which the syllabus should be finished. For the different units, the periods are given. All the four units should be completed within 18 periods for each. So, the theory part should be finished into 72 periods.
The units are also having the weightage of marks. CBSE has provided the marks for the various units. So, the students can do the preparations according to the weightage of the marks. So, the board has suggested that the question paper must be made on the equal weightage of marks for each unit and the marks are given as 10 marks. Thus, this part is having 40 marks overall.
The practical part is more important for the students. There are a total of three units in this subject. So, the name of the units is Nature and Object Study, Painting Composition, and Portfolio Assessment. For the first and second unit, the board has provided 50 periods. For the third unit, it has given 48 periods. The equal weightage of marks for the units are also available. The marks that have been provided for the three units are 20 marks each. The practical part is having a total of 60 marks.
For the students of class 10, 12, the CBSE Date Sheet 2019 is expected to be released in the fourth week of December 2018. As per the notification released by CBSE, the board exams may get started after February 15, 2019. The exams for the vocational subjects will be held first. The students of the skill educational subjects will get the opportunity to appear for the exams in the month of February 2019. For the core subjects, the exams are expected to begin from the month of March 2019.