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Our surrounding influences us the most. Our performance, state of mind, health and happiness depends on our environment to a great extent. In terms of popularity, the Interior Designing industry is at its peak with more and more people taking a keen interest in how homes and buildings are visualized, designed, decorated and equipped.
What started as a niche industry in India is today booming with interior designing professionals creating world class spaces to empower its occupants to be their best. More people in India own homes and offices today than ever before which they want to decorate by following the latest design trends that helps them express their personality.
The rising growth in the Real Estate sector and properties all across the country has impacted the need for more and more skilled, qualified and creative Interior Designers and state of the art spaces. In the next four years this industry will not only be booming but become one of the most sought after careers because of prospects, networking opportunities and highest salaries.
The Indian Real Estate industry which is estimated to be a USD 180 billion business by 2022 is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Indian economy. It is also the highest employment generating sector. In such an industrial landscape, Interior Designing is becoming a glamorous and prosperous niche of the economy.
According to www.floma.in more and more websites, social media pages, blogs and even brick and mortar stores are starting to cater to interior design services in India, updating us on the latest trends and ideas. The India Design Report, published by the Confederation of Indian Industry – an Indian business association which aims to encourage growth in India’s evolving design industries, including interior design states that out of 36387 Indian designers a minimum of 10.17% are involved in interior design, landscaping or furniture design. Considering multiple types of design that were included in their study (for example industrial, automotive, fashion and graphics to name a few), this percentage shows how the Interior Design industry is on the rise. The services they found to be the most commonly provided included are set design, Furniture design, Interior designs for homes and offices, Accessories and furnishings, Landscaping and Retail space design. The growth of the Interior Design Industry can also be attributed to the Indian real estate industry, a growing population, rising income levels and urbanization.
iLEAD’s B.SC in Interior Design in association with ABID (Association of Architects Builders Interior Designers and Allied Business) is an industry oriented 3 year graduation course that will help the students become job ready professionals in Interior Design with first hand learning, seminars, workshops, innovative flipped classroom learning, unique reading materials and mentorship from professionals drawn from the industry.
Some of the highlights of what they will learn are Study of Commercial Interior Design with the Perception of Purpose, Function & Aesthetics; Design of Restaurants, Cafeteria & Fast Food Centre; Designing of Retail Outlets (Books Shops, Boutique, Gift shops, Jewellery Store, Footwear, departmental Store); Study & Analyze Existing Interior Design; Design of Interior Layouts for an Office, an Educational Facility, Health Club & Temporary Exhibition Stalls; Main areas of Cost Estimation; Human Ethics and Environment; Ergonomic Factors, Landscaping in Interior Design; Interior & Construction Technology.
Minimum 50% marks or above in Higher Secondary or equivalent examination (CBSE, ISC, A Levels or any other equivalent Board examination) with English as a compulsory subject are preferred.
Students who are due to appear for Class XII final exams/awaiting results may be given provisional admission depending on their Selection Test (iMAT) scores.
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|1||Communication Skills & Personality Development Workshop||1||Principles of Architecture - History, Theories, Terminology, etc.|
|2||Design Fundamentals||2||Residential Space Planning|
|3||Design Fundamentals||3||Furniture Design and Furnishings|
|4||Graphics & Basic Drawings||4||Interior & Construction Technology II /td>|
|5||Interior & Construction Technology I||5||Residential Space Planning I|
|6||Building Materials||6||Furniture Design and Furnishings|
|7||Freehand & Measured Drawing||7||Behavioral Science, Environment, Ecology|
|8||Design Studio I||8||Design Studio II|
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|1||Working Drawings and Presentation Techniques||1||Commercial Space Design I|
|2||Line Sketches and Familiarization of Students with CAD||2||Commercial Space Design I|
|3||Interior & Construction Technology III||3||GROUP PROJECT: Presentation of a Case Study of Live Project|
|4||Colour in Interior Design||4||Estimation and Costing|
|5||Lighting in Interior Design||5||Computer – InDesign, Photoshop, Corel Draw|
|6||Introduction of Vastu and Feng Shui||6||Interior & Construction Technology IV|
|7||Residential Space Planning II||7||Design Studio IV|
|8||Designing according to the user’s lifestyle and requirements||8||End of Semester Submission : TEAM BASED PRESENTATION|
|9||Design Studio III|
|Semester 5||Semester 6|
|1||Commercial Space Design II||1||Internship (4-6 weeks duration)|
|2||Ethics and Environmental Studies Green and Energy Efficient Buildings||2||Using Discarded Materials for Interior Design and Furniture|
|3||Interior Design for Special Needs||3||Restoration and Renovation of Building Interiors|
|4||Landscape and Gardening||4||Entrepreneurship Management|
|5||Computer – 3D Max||5||Low cost interior designs & Space Saving Furniture|
|6||Design Studio V||6||Design Studio VI|
|7||End of Semester: SEMINAR - topic as deemed suitable||7||Interior Design for Special Needs|
|9||End of Semester Submission: INTERNSHIP PORTFOLIO DISSERTATION|
|1||Semester 1||31, 000|
|2||Semester II||31, 000|
|3||Semester III||31, 000|
|4||Semester IV||31, 000|
|5||Semester V||31, 000|
|6||Semester VI||31, 000|
|Total||1, 86, 000|
ONE TIME PAYMENTS (to be paid at the time of admission along with 1st semester fees of Rs.31, 000)
|Library & AV fees:||15,000|
|Training for Placement:||15,000|
|Security Deposit:||25,000 (partly refundable)*|
|Library Deposit:||5,000 (refundable)*|
Students to get soft skill classes, any 1 foreign language and 1 professional course* free of cost. Please note that all the fees including semester fees, library and audio-visual lab fees are subject to revision from time to time. Students failing to pay their fees for any semester within the due date will be charged with a late fee of Rs.5, 000 to be paid along with the semester fees. A Security Deposit of Rs.25, 000 collected at the time of admission will be refundable after deducting the Alumni Fees only on successful completion of the entire course. In case the student decides to discontinue with the institute before completion of the course in such case the institute will not be liable to repay the refundable security amount.
Note:Refund/Adjustments in fees will not be considered under any circumstances in case a student wishes to discontinue with the course at any point of time OR shows disinterest to undergo the professional course offered by the institute OR is not interested to obtain the gadgets and equipment offered by the institute as a part and parcel of the specific course.