What is Interior Designing?

Design- and décor-conscious individuals do understand the fact fully that a professional diploma or degree could provide a sure element of authenticity to their level of expertise. Thus, to improvise on their skills and enhance their knowledge base, thousands of aspirants come up with queries on finding the best Interior Designing courses offered by top colleges/universities.

Interior designing means the specialised science of making meaningful changes to the interior of a living space, office or a building so that its overall appeal should reach yet another level. 

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone who intends to pursue PG Diploma in Interior Designing does need to have completed his or her 10+2 in any stream, apart from having a 3 years’ graduate degree in interior designing, design, engineering, technology or architecture with minimum 45 percent marks from a recognised university. Those who have a Diploma in Interior Design or Craft Design are also eligible for postgraduate diploma and degree courses in Interior Designing.

Skill Sets Required to Become Interior Designer

Creativity

Artistic flair

Effective communication skills

An eye for detail

Aptitude for illustrations and technical drawing

Flexible Approach

Problem-solving skills

Understanding of building construction

Excellence is the number one key

By Mrudula Bagayatkar (Class of 2020) , 1 week, 5 days ago
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3/5

Our college concentrates on excellence and students' improvement. SID has a very nice campus, consisting of an amphitheatre which is in the centre of the campus, two sports grounds, and an auditorium just after the entrance of the campus. Basic facilities like Corporate Bank, ATM, Xerox centre, and a stationery shop can be found on the campus.


A good place to start your professional life

By Sharmeishtha Singh (Class of 2020) , 1 week, 6 days ago
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4/5

College life is the dream life. There is a whole new kind of independence, fun, friends and experience associated with it. So when I got into SID, I had some basic expectations, and, I'll admit, some apprehensions as well. After all, growing up in a country which teaches you that IITs, IIMs, AIIMS, and of course the good DU colleges are supposedly the only places worth going makes you apprehensive about every other educational institution. SID did not meet my expectations, it exceeded them. The campus, though small, is clean and well maintained. We have decent classrooms and labs with good equipment. The course (at least for Foundation year) is well structured. College staff is very helpful. The faculty is mixed but hey, what's college life sans one antagonistic professor? Most surprisingly, discipline is maintained inside the campus so I officially quash all rumours that hint otherwise. The culture is pretty awesome here with the seniors being really friendly, great fests and everyone being hard working in general. There are ample opportunities everywhere no matter what you want to do, academic or extracurricular, you just have to grab them. Pune, of course, is a brilliant city for students. However, there are some drawbacks and room for improvement in many things. But nothing that'll hold you back if you're passionate about your field and life!


Good college for Fashion Designing

By Anonymous , 1 month ago
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5/5

Pearl provides a very nice exposure and a lot of opportunities to explore yourself. They provide you with the best facilities. The faculty puts a lot of effort and enthusiasm in their teaching. Canteens are well managed and proper cleanliness is maintained.





At Undergraduate Level

Those seeking admission to degree courses in Interior Designing would find a couple of national and state-level entrance tests as initial challenges that call for due diligence and attention. While some colleges and universities expect students to clear NID Entrance Exam, AIEED and other such exams, others allow direct admission into undergraduate level interior designing courses based on their interview and aggregate scores in 10+2 or equivalent exams.

Interior Designing Entrance Exams

AIEED -  It is conducted by ARCH Academy of Design and focuses on exploring a candidate’s aesthetic sense, creativity and design aptitude. Colleges that accept AIEED scores include NMIMS University, School of Planning and Architecture, Sir JJ Institute of Applied Arts, and so on.

NID Entrance Test - It is conducted by National Institute of Design

Symbiosis Entrance Test – In order to pick deserving candidates for various interior design courses (UG level), Symbiosis International University conducts SET every year.

Counselling and College Allocation – After getting quality scores in their respective entrance exams, aspirants need to appear for counselling at their preferred colleges whose cut-off limit decides whether they would get admission to UG level interior designing courses or not. Once counselling is over, interior designing colleges allocate seats to deserving aspirants.

Duration, Delivery Type and Fee Structure

Mode

Diploma in Interior Designing

B A Interior Designing

B.Sc. Interior Designing

Bachelor of Design in interior Designing

Full Time

1 Year (50K and 2 Lakh)

3 Years (1.5 to 5.4 Lakh)

3 Years (50K to 5 Lakh)

4 Years (4 to 12 Lakh)

Distance Learning

1 years and above (30 to 1 Lakh)

3 - 4 Years (25 K and above)

3 Years (21K to 3 Lakh)

-

Part Time

1 Year (40 K to 1.5 Lakh)

- - -

Online

1 Year (20 K and above)

- - -

 

At Postgraduate Level

The PG Interior Designing courses include postgraduate Diploma in Interior Design, M. Sc. in Interior Designing and MBA (Interior Designing).

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone who intends to pursue PG Diploma in Interior Designing does need to have completed his or her 10+2 in any stream, apart from having a 3 years’ graduate degree in interior designing, design, engineering, technology or architecture with minimum 45 percent marks from a recognised university. Those who have a Diploma in Interior Design or Craft Design are also eligible for postgraduate diploma and degree courses in Interior Designing.

Selection Process

The admission process to any postgraduate degree or diploma course in Interior Designing begins with Common Entrance Tests; however, some universities do not call for CET scores.

Examination

Common Entrance Test - Some common entrance tests for admission to postgraduate level Interior Designing courses include:

NID Entrance Test

National Council for Interior Design Qualification exam

Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED)

National Entrance Examination for Design (NEED)

School of Fashion Technology (SOFT) Entrance Exam

Some of the best institutes where one should consider pursuing a diploma or degree course in fashion designing include INIFD Pune, GIFT Kolkata, Design Institute of India Indore and DIFT Delhi / NCR.

Group Discussion and Personal Interview

The interviewers and GD organisers try to analyse the inherent qualities and personal traits of aspirants by asking them to express their opinions on various designing related issues.

Duration, Delivery Type and Fee Structure

Mode

Post Graduate Diploma in Interior Design

M. Sc. in Interior Designing

MBA Interior Designing

Full Time

1 Year (30 K to 2Lakh)

2years (1.5 to 3 Lakh)

2 years (50K to 4 Lakh)

Distance Learning

-

2-3 years (25K and above)

2-3 years (30K and above)


 

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