Advertisement To Teach Students Under Music Club, Dance Club And Theatre Club

Sir Vithaldas Thackersey College of Home Science (Empowered Autonomous Status), SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, established in 1959, is the first college of S.N.D.T. Women’s University to be granted autonomous status from the year 1995-96 in the state of Maharashtra. NAAC Accreditation with Grade ‘A’. Honoured with the prestigious RUSA-2 grant & awarded the Best College by S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai.

THE COLLEGE INVITES ONLINE QUOTATIONS TO TEACH STUDENTS UNDER MUSIC CLUB, DANCE CLUB AND THEATRE CLUB

LAST DATE FOR APPLICATION: on or before 12th July 2024.

INTERVIEW DATE: 15th July 2024

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • MUSIC CLUB

Educational Background

  1. Formal Education: A degree in music, preferably in vocal performance, music education, or a related field.
  2. Specialized Training: Courses or certifications specifically in Western classical singing and music pedagogy.

Skills and Knowledge

  1. Vocal Technique: Strong understanding of vocal techniques and ability to demonstrate and teach them.
  2. Music Theory: Proficiency in music theory, sight-reading, and ear training.
  3. Repertoire Knowledge: Extensive knowledge of Western classical repertoire and its historical context.
  4. Accompaniment Skills: Ability to play piano, guitar or another instrument to accompany students during lessons.
  5. Conducting: Skills in conducting, especially for group singing classes.

Experience

  1. Teaching Experience: Prior experience in teaching singing, both in one-on-one and group settings. To prepare students for Intra-collegiate, Intercollegiate, University level, state level, national level and international level.
  2. Performance Experience: Experience as a performer in Western and Classical music, which adds credibility and practical insights.
  • DANCE CLUB

Educational Background

  1. Formal Education: A degree or diploma in dance, with a focus on folk dance, classical dance, or dance education.
  2. Specialized Training: Training in specific folk and classical dance styles from recognized institutions or under renowned gurus.

Skills and Knowledge

  1. Dance Technique: Mastery of the techniques and styles of the specific folk and classical dances.
  2. Cultural Knowledge: Deep understanding of the cultural and historical contexts of the dances.
  3. Choreography: Ability to create, adapt, and choreograph for different levels of dance performers.
  4. Music Understanding: Knowledge of the music associated with the dances, including rhythm, tempo, and musicality.

Experience

Teaching Experience: Prior experience in teaching dance, both in individual and group settings. To prepare students for Intra-collegiate, Intercollegiate, University level, state level, national level and international level.

Performance Experience: Extensive performance experience in the specific folk and classical dance styles, which provides practical insights and inspiration for students.

  • THEATRE CLUB

Experience

  1. Teaching Experience: Prior experience in teaching theatre, both in individual and group settings.
  2. Performance Experience: Extensive performance experience in the specific theatre styles, which provides practical insights and inspiration for students.

Educational Background

  1. Formal Education: A degree in theatre arts, drama, performance studies, or a related field.
  2. Specialized Training: Courses or certifications specifically in directing, acting, or theatre education.

Skills and Knowledge

  1. Acting Techniques: Proficiency in various acting techniques and the ability to teach them.
  2. Directing Skills: Strong directing skills to guide students in creating cohesive and engaging performances.
  3. Script Analysis: Ability to analyse scripts and help students understand character development, plot, and themes.
  4. Improvisation: Skills in improvisation, which are essential for skits, mime, and street plays.
  5. Physical Theatre: Understanding of physical theatre techniques, particularly for mime and expressive movement.
  6. Stagecraft: Basic knowledge of stagecraft, including set design, lighting, and costumes, especially for street plays and skits.

Experience

Teaching Experience: Previous experience in teaching theatre, including one-act plays, skits, mime, and street plays. To prepare students for Intra-collegiate, Intercollegiate, University level, state level, national level and international level.

Performance Experience: Extensive performing experience in or directing one-act plays, skits, mime performances, and street theatre.

TENURE:  Phase one- 30 hrs. (Saturday 3 hrs and one working day 2hrs)

Phase two- To prepare students for Yuva Mohostav, Intercollegiate and other    competitions at state, national and international level.

Admissions 2024-25