The School of Performing Arts started in 1986 with few students in vocal, veena and sugam sangeeth. In 2004, after the inauguration of Purandara Bhavana, the school was extended with vocal and veena, violin, mrudangam, keyboard/ harmonium, flute in Carnatic style and vocal, sitar and tabla in Hindustani style. The school has its own curriculum and conduct regular examinations and successful students get completion certificates. There are many budding artists from the school and some perform. Now the strength of the school has grown to more than 900 students and 17 talented and dedicated teachers.

Courses Offer
Carnatic: Vocal, Veena, Violin, Flute, Keyboard, Mrudangam
Hindustani: Vocal(Classical and Sugama Sangeeth), Sitar, Tabla
Dance: Bharatanatyam, Kathak

Regulation
1. Foundation Course ( Three Years include Beginner, Junior and Senior )
2. Diploma Course ( Two years after Foundation course or equilant )
The Indiranagar Sangeetha Sabha - School of Performing Arts issuing the Certificate and Diploma after evaluation in a final examination. All present students will be placed at the level/year of the Course as appropriate based on the assessment of their attainment by the concerned teachers with reference to the syllabus. Placing a student in the Diploma course directly can be done if the teacher is satisfied that the student has reached the level expected after the Foundation course or equivalent after administering theory and practical tests.

Term
There are two school terms. One will be from June 1 to Nov 30 and the other from Dec 1 to March 31 of every year. Admissions will close on November 25 for the term starting on December 1 and on May 25 for the term starting on June 1. Each term will have 48 classes, generally at 2 classes a week or 8 classes a month, after compensating for declared holidays and teacher's non-availability due to performances, leave etc Fees will be payable on a 6 month basis, December to May and June to November in lumpsum, quarterly or monthly before the 10th of the month.

Admission
The applicant should have completed minimum of 8 years and should able to converse in English, Kannada or Hindi. The School of Performing Arts Admissions opens on twice a year. There will be no admission at middle of the term. Next admission will be on May 2019 and the classes commence from June 2019

Syllabus
The Syllabus for the courses has been harmonised with the curriculum for the Karnataka Secondary Education Board Examination. The Foundation Course is slightly above the junior level and the Diploma Course is at the Senior level in these examinations. The syllabus for various courses / disciplines is given in the Prospectus which will be given at the time of admission.
General
a) Taking examination by students is optional. The course will however be structured as explained above. There will be generally no admissions in between the terms. This is necessary for batch wise instruction and better attention by teachers.
b) Students learning instrumental music must have their own instruments.
c) Students of the dance class must buy their own ghungroos.
d) Teachers can only instruct, inspire and guide. More important is the good practice done by students at home if progress is to be achieved.
e) Students must maintain decorum and discipline in the premises of the School and strictly conform to the Rules and Regulations of the School which shall apply uniformly to all students.

Time Table
Each row in the table represent a batch. Each batch carries two classes per week.

Discipline Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Carnatic Vocal 3.30pm
4:30pm
5:00pm
5:30pm
3.30pm
4:30pm
5:00pm




5:30pm
2:00pm




10:00am
Hindustani Vocal 4.30pm 4.30pm
Flute 6:00pm 11:00am
Violin Carnatic 5:00pm
5:00pm

4:30pm

10:00am
Mrudangam 5:30pm 5:30pm
Veena Carnatic 6:00pm
6:00pm

11:00am

11:00am
Keyboard Carnatic 2:00pm 10:00am
Bharatnatyam 4:30pm
4:30pm

1:30pm

10:00am
Kathak 4:30pm 4:30pm
Tabla 4:30pm
4:30pm

4:30pm

10:30am
Sitar Hindustani 4:30pm
10:30am
Sugam Sangeeth - Carnatic 3:30pm 3:30pm
Sugam Sangeeth - Hindustani 4:30pm
4:30pm

Examination
1. Taking examination by students is optional
2. The examination for the Beginner and Junior level will be conducted by concerned discipline teacher with the help of other teacher of the school.
3. The students, who complete the syllabus of Foundation courses, and her/his teachers give the conformation to take up the examination. The sabha conducts Theory and Practical, for Foundation course Examination, and the Diploma I and Diploma II Examination, every year in the month of February. The final examination for the Senior Level of Foundation Course Certificate and Diploma I and Diploma II level will be held by the school with the help of external examiners. The sucessful students are given completion certificate by the sabha.
After successful completion of the syllabus for junior/senior examinations of the Karnataka Secondary Education Board, the students will be sent for these examinations.

Scholarship
The students completed foundation are eligible to apply for scholarship. After the selection, Indiranagar Sangeetha Sabha Trustees pays the 50% tution fee for the Scholarship avail students.

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Award
A eminant award for the students of the School, initiated in the year 2016. The students completed foundation are eligible to apply for Abdul Kalam Award and take the competition. Every year the nominated student honoured with Award, Cash prize and Certificate.

Students Activities
The students performes on the celebrations of School Annual Day, Saraswathi Pooja, Republic day, Independece Day and Outreach Programmes at Puranadara Bhavana. The Students of the sabha has also performed several times in AIR, Raghavendra Mutt and in Bal Bhavan monthly programmes in cubbon park and it was well attended and appreciated.


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