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Diploma in Music is a monthly or yearly course depending on the colleges. Eligibility for the course is intermediate cleared or bachelor’s degree depending on the type of course.

Admissions for such course are on the basis of Grade and equivalent marks obtained in 12th class or senior secondary school and equivalent to that.

Major colleges offering this course are:

  1. Vels University (VU), Chennai
  2. Rama Manubhai Desai College of Music and Dance (RMDCMD), Vapi
  3. Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (SPMV), Tirupati
  4. Shaheed Udham Singh Government College (SUSGC), Sangrur
  5. Parks-College , Tiruppur
  6. School of Music (SM), Mumbai

The tuition fees by average for Diploma in Music comes between INR 15,000 to 10 Lakh for the span of 3 months to 3 years.

Major Job profile and designations for these graduates are Artist & Repertoire (A&R) Person, Band Leader, Composer/Arranger, Music Attorney, and Assist. Art Director, Concert Promoter, Disc Jockey, Film Music Director/Editor, Music Critic, Advertising Specialist, Studio Musician, Music Teacher, Recording Technician, Music Publisher, Singer/Performer, Writer/Music Journalist, among others etc.

Graduates with this degree have opportunity for the industries like Commission of Fine Arts, Cultural Affairs, Department of Education, Institute of Museum and Library Services, National Archives, National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, NJ Department of Education, Office of International Education, Peace Corps/AmeriCorps, Smithsonian Institution, Travel and Tourism Department, Indian Idol, Bollywood, AIR, Voice of America, etc.

Major recruiters are Leela Group of Hotels, Hyatt Group, Imperial, New Delhi, Mahendra Group, Speciality Restaurant, Leo Meridian, Hyderabad and IBM etc.

The average salary for Diploma in Music graduates is around INR 2 Lakh to 9 Lakh but this can be higher on the basis of experience and other factors.

Diploma in Music: Course Highlights

Course LevelGraduate
Duration3 months to 3 years
Examination TypeUnit System
EligibilityIntermediate cleared or Bachelor’s degree
Admission ProcessGrade and equivalent marks obtained in 12th class or senior secondary school and equivalent to that.
Course FeeINR 15,000 to 2 Lakh
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 to 9 Lacs per annum
Top Recruiting CompaniesCommission of Fine Arts, Cultural Affairs, Department of Education, Institute of Museum and Library Services, National Archives, National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, NJ Department of Education, Office of International Education, Peace Corps/AmeriCorps, Smithsonian Institution, Travel and Tourism Department, Indian Idol, Bollywood, AIR, Voice of America, etc.
Job PositionsArtist & Repertoire (A&R) Person, Band Leader, Composer/Arranger, Music Attorney, Assist. Art Director, Concert Promoter, Disc Jockey, Film Music Director/Editor, Music Critic, Advertising Specialist, Studio Musician, Music Teacher, Recording Technician, Music Publisher, Singer/Performer, Writer/Music Journalist, among others.

Diploma in Music: What is it about?

Diploma in Music Course is centered upon practical work, this degree provides students with the skills required for a career in music, including composition, orchestration and arrangement and the practical implementation of historical knowledge.

Practical modules are supported by musicological units which encourage a broadening of knowledge through research, and demonstrate the important relationship between theory and practice. All students will gain an overview of the music history, an understanding of harmony, analysis and form, and experience in compositional techniques.

Degree aims

  • To ensure students gain the technical skills in composition and related practical areas to form a solid foundation for further development.
  • To develop students’ creative capacities and their ability in interpretation and application.
  • To develop students’ critical understanding of the theoretical and conceptual issues central to musical practice and the social, historical and cultural context in which it takes place.
  • To foster high-level ethical and professional standards and an awareness of the possibilities offered by existing and new developments in music to expand their application areas.

Diploma in Music: Top Institutes

Name of InstituteCity Fees
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and CommunicationDelhiINR 2.69 Lakh
Maharshi Dayanand UniversityRohtakINR 2,000
Department of Film, TV and Animation Studies, Bharatiya Vidya BhavanDelhiINR 65,000
WLC College India, MumbaiMumbaiINR 10 Lakh
Center for Research in Art of Film and Television (CRAFT Rohini)DelhiINR 80,000
Whistling Woods International Institute of Film, Communication and Media ArtsMumbaiINR 15 Lakh
Ramoji Academy of Film and TelevisionHyderabadINR 3.50 Lakh
MGR Government Film and Television InstituteChennaiINR 46,000
L. V. Prasad Film and TV AcademyChennaiINR 3.50 Lakh
Mumbai Music InstituteMumbaiINR 3.50 Lakh
Goodness Institute of Film and TelevisionErnakulumINR 1.79 Lakh
Vels University (VU), ChennaiChennaiINR 1.20 Lakh
Rama Manubhai Desai College of Music and Dance (RMDCMD), VapiVapiINR 10,000
Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam (SPMV), TirupatiTirupatiINR 7,000
Shaheed Udham Singh Government College (SUSGC), SangrurPunjabINR 7,000
Parks-College , TiruppurTiruppurINR 12,000
School of Music (SM), MumbaiMumbaiINR 15,800

Diploma in Music: Eligibility

A candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination in any stream with 50% marks in aggregate from recognized Board/ University.

  • Certificate courses can be of six months to one year duration, a diploma of two years and a degree course of three year duration.
  • Selection for government recognized colleges and institutes is done through the common entrance test held in April every year. The test consists of multiple choice questions in English, Reasoning, General Science and General knowledge.

Diploma in Music: Admission Process

The admission to the various institutes is based on the first come first serve basis. If you are passionate about website and if you have creativity skills then this career will provide you lots of career opportunities. There is no age limit to apply for this course.

Candidates finally selected for admission are intimated on the same day. Admission will be on first come first basis.

Candidates applying for admission are required to submit a physical fitness certificate from a Registered Medical Practitioner as per the prescribed format given in the Information Brochure.

Diploma in Music: Syllabus and Course Description

Year 1 TheoryYear 1 Practical
Paper I : Technical aspects of South Indian Classical MusicPaper III (Practical I) Fundamentals of Classical Music
  1. Technical Terms:
  2. Tala System: Sapta Talas, 35 Talas, Tala Dasa Prans, Chapu Tala Varieties Desadi and Madhyadi Talas
  3. Musical Forms and their Lakshnas: Gitam, Varnam, Kritis, Kirtana, Padam, Ragamalika, Jasti Swaram, Swarajati, Tillana and Javali.
  4. Lakshanas and Sancharas of the following Ragas:
  1. Two Pillari Gitas, Two Ghanaraga
  2. Gitas, one Dhruva and one Lakshana gitam
  3. One Swarapallavi and one Swarajati
  4. Five Adi Tala Varnas.
Paper II : Theoretical Aspects of South Indian Classical MusicPaper IV (Practical II): Kritis and other compositions
  1. Raaga and raga Lakshanam:
  2. Musical Instruments and their classification
  3. Special study of Tambura, Veena, Violin, Flute, Nagaswaram and Mridangam.
  4. Characteristics of a composer.
  5. Short biographical sketches of the following:
  1. 15 Kritis
  2. One Tarangam
  3. Two Divyanama Kirtanas
  4. Two Annamacharya Sankeertanas
  5. Alapana and Swarakalpana – Sankarabharanam, Kalyani, Kambhoji, Kharaharapriya and Mohana.
Year 2 TheoryYear 2 Practical
Paper – I : Technical and theoretical aspects of South Indian MusicPaper-III: (Practical 1): Compositions and Manodharma Sangitam
  1. Knowledge of South Indian notation and notating a Kriti
  2. 22 Srutis
  3. Grama – Murchana –Jati System
  4. Contemporary music
  5. Raga Lakshanas
  1. Syama Sastry Swarajathi in Bhairavi
  2. Two Ata Tala Varnams and one Jhampe Tala Varnam
  3. 10 compositions as mentioned in paper
  4. Alapana and Swarakalpana of
  5. One Kshetraya Padam – Bowli – Kodi kusi
  6. Javali – Kamaas – Apudu Manasu
Paper – II : Scientific and theoretical aspects of South Indian MusicPaper IV : (Practical II): Advanced compositions and Manodharma Sangitam
  1. Acoustics
  2. Scheme of 72 Melakathas
  3. Folk Music
  4. Musical Prosody and rules of musical compositions
  5. Life Histories
  1. Ghana raga Pancharatna Kritis of Tyagaraja (Arabhi and Sri)
  2. 10 compositions mentioned in theory paper
  3. Alapana, Neraval and Swarakalpana
  4. One Ragamalika – Poorna Chandrabimba – Shat Raga malika
  5. Two Tillanas
  6. One Adhyatma Ramayana Keertana – Surati – Cheri Vinave

Diploma in Music: Career Prospects

The Diploma in music exposes students not only to practical sessions but to classroom sessions as well. By this study, students become very well aware on the theoretical and historical aspects of music.

After the completion of education, it is not possible for everyone to get a job directly linked to music such as:

  • Performers
  • Educators
  • Songwriters
  • Conductors
  • Arrangers
  • Composers
  • Actors etc.

Career options for Diploma in Music Graduates include those arising behind the scenes or in the business area of music. Almost all entry-level jobs require graduation as necessary qualification. Higher qualifications such as M.A or M. Phil are required for obtaining high-designated jobs in the sector.

Job profiles

  • Advertising Specialist
  • Artist & Repertoire (A&R) Person
  • Band Leader
  • Composer/Arranger
  • Concert Promoter
  • Copy Writer
  • Copyright Specialist
  • Critic
  • Disc Jockey
  • Editor Musician
  • Engineer/Mixer
  • Film Music Director/Editor
  • Instrument Design/Restoration
  • Lobbyist
  • Manager

After successful completion of the course, the candidate can find career openings both in governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Because there are varieties of jobs and designation, the salaries are also different as per the job and designation of the musician. An average salary of a professional in the music field is INR 20,000 to 40,000 per month.

Graduates in this field can explore their own areas of interest in Music. They can earn well and gain popularity through this art. Talented professionals can gain much popularity in the society through a prestigious job involving music.

Some of the popular professional avenues open to such graduates are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.

Job PositionJob DescriptionAverage Annual Pay Scale in INR
TeacherJob responsibilities for high school and middle school Music teachers include developing students' music skills, administering tests and evaluating students’ progress throughout each term.295,493
Artist ManagerThese candidates work on the behalf of artists and groups for their careers promotion and also they run their business affairs. Their job is to secure the best work for their clients, for the best fee.4,42,137
Assistant Music EditorIt has the responsibility of reviewing copy, and may read and evaluate manuscripts. Other working titles may be production assistant or copy editor.352,341
Audio EngineerFrom TV and movies, to CD and radio, an Audio Engineer makes the transmission and translation of sound, atmosphere, and music possible. They're a vital part of any production and tend to work in groups, especially on larger productions such as movies. He or she can work in the movie, music recording, and theater or video game industries. 2,93,372
MusicianAs a musician you can be involved in creating and/or performing music in a variety of genres, such as classical, rock, pop, and indie, jazz or folk. You may work on your own, as a freelance artist, in collaboration with others, or as a salaried member of a band; a choir; a theatrical ensemble; an opera company; an orchestra. You'll need to perform at concerts, festivals, theatres and other music venues; participate in recording sessions; practice regularly; prepare for and attend rehearsals; prepare for auditions; look after your instrument and/or voice.7,16,093
ComposerThey apply knowledge of musical elements such as rhythm, melody and texture to their work. Some composers also write songs and lyrics.6 to 9 Lakhs
Education staff (music)Education staff workers in the music sector support the work of teachers and development officer. They may also support children to make sense of a performance.260,000

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