• Core Animation Studies: The programme typically starts with foundational courses in animation, covering principles such as drawing, character design, storyboarding, and animation techniques. These courses provide students with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of animation, which are essential for game design.
  • Game Design Principles: Students delve into specific courses focusing on game design principles. This includes topics like game mechanics, level design, game dynamics, and player experience. Students learn how to create compelling gameplay experiences and develop the skills needed to design games from concept to completion.
  • Programming and Development: A significant portion of the programme is dedicated to teaching programming languages commonly used in game development, such as C++ and C#. Students learn to code game mechanics, implement graphics, handle user input, and work with game engines like Unity or Unreal Engine.
  • Graphics and Visual Effects: Understanding graphics and visual effects is crucial for creating immersive gaming experiences. Courses cover the topics like 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, rendering, and special effects. Students learn how to create visually stunning game environments and characters.
  • Project-Based Learning: Incorporating project-based learning, students work individually or in teams to develop their own games. These projects allow students to apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the programme in a practical setting, preparing them for the real-world challenges of game development.
  • Elective Courses: Depending on the programme, students may have the opportunity to choose elective courses that align with their interests and career goals.
  • Internships and Industry Connections: We offer internships opportunities for students to work with industry professionals on real time projects. These experiences provide valuable networking opportunities and hands-on experience in professional settings.

Upon completion of our B.Sc. Animation programme with a specialization in Game Design and Development, a student will be well-equipped to pursue diverse career paths in the gaming and entertainment industry, including :

  1. Art Director
  2. Creative Head
  3. Concept Artist
  4. Game Designer
  5. Level Designer
  6. Game Programmer
  7. 3D Modeler
  8. 2D/3D Animator
  9. Character Artist
  10. Visual Effects Artist
  11. UI/UX Designer
  12. Game Producer
  13. Technical Artist
  14. Game Manager
  15. Game Tester
Introduction to Animation
Game Art – Practical
Digital Art and Design- Practical
Introduction to C++ – Practical
Cartoon Animation – Practical
Scriptwriting and Storyboarding – Practical
Fundamentals of Game Theory
Advanced Game Art – Practical
Advanced Cartoon Animation – Practical
2D Game Design–Practical
Basic Audio Production – Practical
Basic Game Programming with C# – Practical
Game Engine Fundamentals
3D Modeling for Games – Practical
Texturing, Lighting and Rendering – Practical
UI and UX Design – Practical
Advanced Game Programming with C# – Practical
Entrepreneurial Development – Practical
Advanced Audio Production – Practical
Media Laws and Ethics
Game Audio Implementation – Practical
Augmented Reality Production – Practical
Rigging and Animation – Practical
Game Development Project – I
2D Animation Short Film – Practical /
3D Animation Short Film – Practical
Visual Effects – Practical
Virtual Reality Development – Practical
Professional Video Editing – Practical
Social Media Management – Practical
Game Development Project – II
Portfolio – Show reel Management
Internship / Project

Chroma Key

Cel Animation

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Animation Dept Lab

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Drawing Hall

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Some of our student project