Source: Yougle Bhaskar (Dainik Bhaskar-03-Aug-2018)

career in product design

Career in product designing : Qualification | Entrepreneurship | Scope

Key Institutes

1. National Institute of Design

The product design programme at NID inculcates user-centric approach and processes. Responsibility and concern towards the social, physical and ecological environments is emphasized in the process of developing innovative ideas. Emphasis is on process centric approach which shapes a student’s education through participation and teamwork. Design projects form the core of a product designer’s education, with gradual increase in level of complexity and cover broad areas that product designers are likely to encounter in their professional careers. Students are actively encouraged to participate in collaborative projects with industrial houses, social sector, government & mncs design projects.

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2. Industrial Design Centre (IDC)

Industrial Design Centre (IDC) at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombay) offers an excellent environment for academics, research and applications in the field of design. The education Programme at IDC is a unique mix of pedagogic experimentation with pragmatic design approach and blends hard-core problem solving with design research. New thoughts, philosophies and research into several aspects of design are experimented and integrated to have continuous revitalization of the academic programmes at IDC. IDC offers professional design consultancy and advisory services to industries and other organizations.

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3. NIFT (Lifestyle Accessory Design)

The course involves exploring, processing and experimenting with thoughts, ideas & materials in order to establish a platform for new ideas and a powerful personal expression.The programs adopt a spectrum of knowledge transaction methods. The student will have in-depth knowledge, both practical and theoretical, of the fashion accessory design process and a clear understanding of the broader cultural and social context of design.

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4. Srishti Institute Of Art, Design And Technology

The School Of Design, Business & Technology (DBT) is rooted in the convergence of society, culture and business; and aims to empower you to design for the real world. We nurture creative integrity, sustain an independent practice and facilitate the creation of good business frameworks.

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5. Pearl Academy

The program is an interdisciplinary platform for young creatives to learn how to design product solutions and objet d’art for our zeitgeist. Acquiring new thinking skills; using various creative processes to empathetically problem solve; applying innate curiosity to explore new ways of making; and, with unbridled imagination, delivering design impact through innovative products that finely balance style, form, function and philosophy.

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