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Some topics covered during the course are elements of design, basics of drawing, construction techniques, interior furnishing, residence interiors, interiors of offices and factories, design studio, vaastu science and others. The focus is given on communication and soft skills, as the work has lot to do with impressing your clients with neat presentations. The course is designed to meet the growing needs of professionals from a variety of fields like construction, building industry, civil engineering, fine arts and even vaastu science.
With more and more hotels, resorts, auditoriums, multiplexes, shopping malls, plush offices and futuristic constructions coming up, the demand for the services of interior designers are increasing by the day. There is a good opportunity for self employment in this field, with most people working through this route only. The work done by the designers and decorators are highly valued, as such the returns are very high compared to the investments. Clients and customers do not shy away from paying rich rewards to such designers, who can show the best of results. As a fresh graduate one can find work with individual designers, architects, builders, construction companies, resorts and in hotels. There are even large firms which deal with architecture or designing consultancies, where too one can find excellent prospects. Interior designers can seek a variety of options, either part time, full time or self employment. One can also go for higher education by doing a postgraduate degree such as M.A./M.Sc in the same field.
B.Sc. Interior Design Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year
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