Industrial Design - Interior Design

Interior designing courses are popular options for candidates who desire to foray into design. The quick development has increased the demand for interior designers. 

There are multiple specializations of interior design courses that may differ from furniture designing, Exhibition/Set designing, Lighting designing to design management.

To become a successful interior designer, it is essential to have an innovative thought process and new concepts. The originality of ideas is another dynamic element that interior designers should possess. Outstanding drawing skills is one of the necessary skills for this profession. It is to utmost importance to create dynamic interiors using innovative approaches to spatial organization, materials, and lighting. Exceptional communication skills are also required to accurately understand the client's demands.

The syllabus of Interior Designing is a combination of creativity and technology. We at IDS, encourage theoretical and practical approaches that enable building interpersonal skills and grooming the students' personalities.

All the Subjects are categorized in 5 categories:

  1. Skill Based
  2. Theory Based
  3. Practical Based
  4. Industry Oriented
  5. Future Oriented
  • Skill Based Subjects: Sketching, Presentation Skills, Graphical Skills, Technical Representation Skills, Software Skills
  • Theory Based Subjects: Basics of Design, Colour Psychology, History of Interior Design, Design Process, Design Methodology, Behavioral Psychology, Elements of Interior Design, Conservation.
  • Practical Based Subjects: Design Studio, Climate Responsive Design, Construction Methodology, Furniture Design, Thesis Presentation, Practical Training, Related Study Program
  • Industry Oriented Subjects: Structural Design, Material & Technology, Building Services, Working Drawings, Design Management, Professional Practice, Costing & Estimation.
  • Futuristic Oriented Subject: Sustainable Design, Landscape in Interior Design, Generative Design Process, Automation in Design, Tactile Technology.

Our Admission Process consists of 2 simple steps:

  1. Fill-up the Online Registration form.
  2. Appear for the Entrance Exam (which contains 2 stages)

The Entrance Exam is in 2 Stages:

Stage 1: Aptitude Test The design test will consist of two parts. Part a: Objective-type questions, which will assess your logical skills and aptitude for design. Part b: Drawing test, which will assess your creative skills and hand skills.

Stage 2: Personal Interview At the personal interview round, you will be tested for design knowledge, communication skills, awareness, and interpretations, along with a review of your portfolio which you are required to bring along with you.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Interested prospects should achieve at least 50% or above in their 10+2 qualifying exams.
  • Candidates can complete 10+2 in any stream from a recognized board.

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