The design world is always changing. Roles, mediums, trends, and technology continue to evolve. The word “design” itself is broadly used term and can apply to everything from fashion and tech to manufacturing and architecture.
In general, designers are creative, problem solver, spatially inclined thinkers with a great eye.
There are many types of designers who work in a wide range of industries. Some designers generalize and work in many different fields, while others concentrate on one specialty.
Following are some of the reputed design schools in India which offers B.Des., M.Des. or PG Diploma program in Design.
Courses offered in India for designing:
Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)/ Graduate Diploma Program in Designing
It is 4 yrs. course offered Design Schools like NID, IDC, MITID, SID etc. The eligibility for this course is 10+2 or Diploma or equivalent. The first year course is mostly foundation and students are offered specialization from Second Year onwards. Student need to crack entrance exam to seek the admission in these design schools. It includes stages like Design Aptitude Test, Studio Test, Portfolio Presentation & Personal Interview etc.
Master of Design (M.Des.)/ Post Graduate Diploma
It is 2/ 2.5 yrs. course offered by Design Schools like NID, IDC, MITID etc. The eligibility for this course is BE, BFA, B.Des., B.Arch., Graduate etc. Student need to crack entrance exam to seek the admission in these design schools. It includes stages like Design Aptitude Test, Studio Test, and Portfolio Presentation & Personal Interview etc.
BFA – Applied Arts
Many of the universities offer Bachelor of Fine Arts – Applied Arts Program. (BFA- Applied Arts) along with BFA. All spheres of design aiming to ideate, conceptualize and materialize ‘designs’ that serve specific purposes or needs that solve existing problems are referred to as ‘applied arts’. Under Applied Arts mainly graphic design, interior design, industrial design etc. are offered as specialization.
BFA Duration is 4 yrs. & eligibility for taking admission is 10+2 or equivalent.
Personal Guidance for
Personal Interview/ Group Discussion