Interior Design

(B ID | BSc ID | BSc + M ID)

Interior Design – B ID | BSc ID | BSc + M ID

The programmes are designed to attain a high level of understanding and creativity in the arena of interior design. At the end of the Programme, the students graduate with a strong foundation of multi-disciplinary skills related to aesthetics, environment friendly and sustainable design, construction techniques and space transformations.

Theory, Studio & Applied subjects are undertaken in the course structure of this programme; with crucial inputs by experts in the field of Interior Design, Art, Architecture, Planning, Engineering and Technology.

Career Options:

A wide range of opportunities exist in the field of Interior Design, Furniture Design, Product Design, Model making, Film set design, Exhibition Design, Academics etc. Remuneration packages are also very promising. Independent professional practice also offers good potential and can also pursue post-graduation in reputed universities in India and abroad.

Bachelor of Interior Design
(B ID)

04 Years full time

2020-21 Entry

30 Seats

Candidate should have passed the 10+2 examination
conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education
or equivalent examination from a recognized board
with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate

INR 50,000/ USD 1400

Tuition fee per semester**

* It is your responsibility to ascertain that you possess the requisite qualification for admission.
**There will be a separate admission fee, examination fee, caution deposit etc in addition to the tuition fee.
Integrated Masters in Interior Design
(BSc + MID)

05 Years full time

2020-21 Entry

30 Seats

Candidate should have passed the 10+2 examination
conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education
or equivalent examination from a recognized board
with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate

INR 50,000/ USD 1400

Tuition fee per semester**

* It is your responsibility to ascertain that you possess the requisite qualification for admission.
**There will be a separate admission fee, examination fee, caution deposit etc in addition to the tuition fee.
Semester I
  1. Basic design and visual arts
  2. Construction technology and materials – I
  3. Architectural graphics – I
  4. History of art and architecture – I
  5. Strength of materials and structures – I
  6. Environmental studies
  7. Communication skills
  8. Workshop – I
  9. Visual Arts – CBCS
Semester II
  1.  Architectural design – I
  2. Construction technology & materials -II
  3. Architectural graphics – II
  4. History of art & architecture – II
  5. Strength of materials & structures – II
  6. Building ecology
  7. Workshop-II (model making)
  8. Yoga & meditation / origami in architecture/ advance basic design / contemporary crafts – CBCS

Semester III
  1. Architectural designs – II
  2. Construction technology and material – III
  3. Architectural graphics – III
  4. History of art and architecture – III
  5. Structural designs and systems – I
  6. Climate in architecture
  7. Computer application – I
  8. Surveying and levelling
  9. Basics of photography site / construction management / energy in building / bio of contemporary architects – CBCS
Semester IV
  1. Architectural designs – III
  2. Construction technology and material – IV
  3. Architectural graphics – IV
  4. Theory of design – I
  5. Structural designs and system – II
  6. Vernacular architecture
  7. Computer application – II
  8. Building services – I

Semester V
  1. Architectural designs – IV
  2. Construction technology and material – V
  3. Working drawing – I
  4. Structural designs and system – III
  5. Theory of landscape architecture
  6. Building services – II (HVAC)
  7. Computer application – III (software and languages)
  8. Estimation and costing
  9. Environmental psychology / basics of management/ green building design /architectural journalism – CBCS
Semester VI
  1. Architectural designs – V
  2. Construction technology and material – VI
  3. Working drawing – II
  4. Theory of human settlements
  5. Structural designs and system – IV
  6. Building services – III (acoustics and Illumination)
  7. Specification
  8. Basics of statistics /PERT/CPM technique/construction management / architectural conservation / intelligent buildings – CBCS

Semester VII
  1. Architectural designs – VI
  2. Construction technology and material – VII
  3. Interior design
  4. Urban and regional planning
  5. Advanced structural engineering
  6. Disaster management
  7. Research skills and project /concepts of smart cities/ global positioning system/ Ethics of good governance – CBCS
Semester VII
  1. Project (thesis)
  2. Construction technology and material – VIII
  3. Professional practices and building bylaws
  4. Valuation and arbitration
  5. Construction management

Semester IX & X
  1. Practical training -1
  2. Dissertation & seminar