PATNA: The College of Arts and Crafts, a constituent system of Patna University, is the just one of its kind in Bihar drawing in children and women from all over the country for innovative training in visual arts.
The goal of the teaching programme and training in the college is to accomplish overall improvement of the students understanding not restricted to the abilities of the occupation alone but likewise to produce the best type of intelligence, as well as emotional cultivation to show up at a level of composite creativity and idea. The college provides a four-year Bachelor of GreatArts course.
This college was developed on January 25, 1939, on the day of Saraswati Puja, in a personal structure on Govind Mitra Roadway by the advocate of Patna school of painting late Radha Mohan. The first President of India, Rajendra Prasad, was one of the members of the regulating body of this organization. The distinguished members of the college managing committee included Sir Syed Sultan Ahmad, Fr M D Moran and W G Archer, ICS.