The 4 Year UG Programme in Product Design focuses on creating professionals who are not only well balanced in their design knowledge and skills but who also understand the larger contexts of design in our complex world today. Our endeavour is to not just teach the basics of Design Process, Design Research, Style & Aesthetics, Form Generation & 3D Modelling, Craft and Manufacturing Technology but to also develop competent, creative and ethical product designers who are intellectually mature, ecologically sensitive, and socially responsible.
Uniqueness of Course
Wide array of Product Design possibilities for student to find their inclinations for e.g. furniture, lighting, consumer durables, kitchenware, electronics etc
Access to a well-equipped maker space for mechanical and digital fabrication
Exploration and training in a wide variety of materials
Extremely practical course which makes the student industry ready
Year 1- Visual Culture | Material Culture | Media Culture | Design Culture
Year 2-Design Culture | Design Language | Material Exploration | 3D Tools | Usability | Object Stories | Craft
Year 3-Industrial Product Development | Large Scale Manufacturing | System Design | Interactive Tools | Industry Live Project | International Experience
Year 4-Every student will undergo Professional Practice and Final Project leading to final portfolio display.
Business Tools | Social Enterprise Project | FutureLabs | Developing a specialist Product(s) | Career mentoring | Work-integrated learning | Final design project | Making a professional portfolio
10+2 pass in any discipline with 50% marks | Graduate in any discipline
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