Minerva Institute of Management & Technology is a premier institute that bestows a prolific path to the aspirants having a creative mind. MIMT which is the best Fashion Designing colleges in Dehradun has been established to provide quality education in consistence with the changing world by integrating the best infrastructure and qualified faculty so that students can become competent professionals after completing the fashion designing course in Dehradun or any other course from MIMT and be of utmost benefit to the society.
Fashion Designing Course in Dehradun
Fashion Designing College - Minerva Institute of Management & Technology is a premier college for fashion designing courses in Dehradun. Minerva provides Bsc in fashion designing and advanced diploma courses in fashion. Success stories of our students have established us as one of the best fashion designing colleges in Dehradun. With our innovative ideas and technique, our students have been contributing a lot to the fashion industry. Minerva has always upgraded its curriculum to match the industry and has been producing the best fashion designing course in Dehradun regularly.
Animation course is the process of designing, drawing, making layouts and preparation of photographic sequences which are integrated in the multimedia and gaming products. It is an art form in which a world of dynamic image and sound may be synthesized completely out of nothing but a thought Animation course in Dehradun by MIMT involves the creation and management of still images to generate the illusion of movement Modern entertainment industry i.e. film and television has gained new heights because of advances in animation, graphics and multimedia. Television, advertisements, cartoons, serials, presentation and model designs - all use animation and multimedia techniques.
Fine Arts Course in Dehradun
Fine Arts Course is the making and study of visual art. It is an art form practiced mainly for its aesthetic value and its beauty rather than its functional value. Fine art courses are rooted in drawing and design-based works such as painting, printmaking, and sculpture. It is often contrasted with "applied art" and "crafts" which are both traditionally seen as utilitarian activities. Other non-design-based activities regarded as fine arts include photography and architecture, although the latter is best understood as an applied art. It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art.