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Asian Institute of Design, Bengaluru is a higher education college established in the year 2008. The college offers more than multi-disciplinary degrees and diplomas in new age specializations such as animation, gaming art, game programming and so on. The college has three departments - Department of Art, Department of Design and Department of Technology. Earlier, the institute was known as Asian Institute of Gaming & Animation. However, in 2017 the college was rebranded as AID (Asian Institute of Design) along with introduction of a wider range of programs.
The college is affiliated to Bangalore North University for degree courses. Students who have passed from AID, Bengaluru have worked on high-end games like GTA, FIFA, Red Dead Redemption and Oscar winning animation movie projects like Jungle book. The college has also partnered with Kalasalingam University, NMV University and Yenepoya University. As of now, more than 2000 students have graduated from Asian Institute of Design, Bengaluru.
Asian Institute of Design is located in Murugeshpalya in Bengaluru. The college is situated just opposite Kemp Fort Mall. The nearest railway station to the college is Indaranagar, which is located 4kms away. The Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru is located 43 kms away from the college.
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