BPA Mridangam is a bachelor level program in humanities. The mridangam , otherwise called Tannumai, is a percussion instrument from India of antiquated beginning. It is the essential cadenced backup in a Carnatic music troupe, and in Dhrupad, where it is known as the pakhawaj.
During a percussion troupe, the mridangam is frequently joined by the ghatam, kanjira, and morsing. Throughout the years, the mridangam advanced to be made of various types of wood because of its expanded sturdiness, and today, its body is built from wood of the jackfruit tree. It is generally accepted that the tabla, the mridangam's Hindustani melodic partner, was first developed by parting a mridangam down the middle. With the improvement of the mridangam came the tala (mood) framework.
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Given below are few of the important highlights of the program.
|Program Full Name||BACHELOR OF PERFORMING ARTS IN MRIDANGAM|
|Duration of the Program||3 Years|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam and Merit Based|
|Average Program Fee||Upto Rs. 1 Lakh|
Syllabus of Arts as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|1||CORE COURSE X (PRACTICAL)|
|2||CORE COURSE XI (PRACTICAL)|
|3||MUSIC SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY|
|6||THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE V RHYTHMOLOGY NATYASAMBRADAYAM|
|7||VOCATIONAL COURSE XI (PRACTICAL)|
Mentioned below are some states in India that offer the program.