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The Interior Design discipline encourages the students to develop a strong foundation of basics, which facilitates anticipation of the future. The Institute achieves this purpose through a diverse pool of faculty who brings academic knowledge and work experience to their instruction.
The programme aims to educate designers to handle all aspects of design as one integrated user-centric area of study and their ability to integrate all such elements and systems into a coherent whole in various interior spatial contexts is considered to be important.
Window display designers
Soft Furnishing Designer
Students will have to communicate with clients to assess what they want and need in a space, and then present their ideas for meeting those goals for compelling. They need to provide sketches of their proposed designs. CAD training may also come in handy since the interior design process often involves using computer programmes to create two and three-dimensional renderings.
Students get excellent employment opportunities in diverse industries while serving as Interior Designers, Event Designers/Consultants, Freelance Designers and Space Planners.