- Fees: ₹ 59,600
- Exams: CEED
Industrial design trains one to blend applied art and applied science in order to improve a product in terms of its visual aspects, applicability, and usage. An industrial designer learns to work on designs that are beneficial both for market and the customers. BE or B.Tech in Industrial design is a four-year programme.In the market of competition and survival of the best, it is very important to design something that looks good, usable and fit to suit the purpose of a customer, and all these at a low cost. Almost every marketing and production industry need skilled people who can read the need of the customer and design products accordingly to deliver them cost effective, useful products. Industry, design or architectural studios also look for graduates from this stream. One can pursue M.Tech in Industrial design after successful completion of BE/B.Tech.
Candidates must have passed 10+2 with minimum qualifying marks in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics as core subjects. Independent entrance tests for this programme are also held by the various state, central, and private universities which mostly require 50% as the prerequisite to appear for the test.
Candidates must hold a degree in Bachelor of Engineering/B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering/Industrial Design along with a good score in entrance tests held for PG programme held by the various state, central, and private universities.
Following opportunities are available for Industrial Design engineers:
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Gautam, can you help us in understanding if you are preparing for any entrance exam or you have already joined a course and you are looking for reference books as a part of your curriculum please?
Industrial design center is a part of IIT, Bombay.The admission in B.Des is based on UCEED merit.So candidates who qualify in UCEED 2020 can apply through a common application form which will be available in IIT, Bombay admission portal.
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I don't think that doing masters at this age would be of any benefit. Even after doing your masters you are going to give your 2 years and after that your age will be an actor and you cannot start your career at the age better you can use your experience and get promotion by your work because degree wont help you at this age.
The other factors is that you need to give time to prepare for the exam at this is it is not very ideal age to prepare for competitive exam in also there is not any guarantee of success in the exam.
Architectural design and Industrial design are taught in the same streams and share the same philosophical similarity when it comes to the geometric relationships, general process of design and the presentation o concepts which are used to make renderings to the clients for approval.
The major difference between the two is that Architecture is concerned with structures, spaces and buildings and Industrial Design with objects, products and consumer goods. So the material of work which is pretty much the same is definitely catering to a different kind of audience when it comes to this. So, what are you more passionate about? What is your cup of tea among the two?
Also, architecture is more custom made like, you need to take care of the climate or the weather like rainfall, sun exposure etc. and it is also dependent on specific environment and technical things. You add to this the client's needs, habits, preferences and needs. The client is the audience and therefore, the product is supposed to be pleasing and aesthetics and then there are so many aspects to just him/her that will affect your design. This is one individual with some individual needs.
But industrial design is for someone who is equipped with catering the needs of mass audience. Both of these are difficult. The scale of the product, target clients and degree of customisation is different from each other.
An industrial designer has to keep in mind the design of the product while also understanding its utility and practicality of its design. The designs do not just have to appealing but cost-effective and practical. They also make the product more user-friendly its the design and more aesthetic. The ideas should be safe to use, must be according to the competitor's existing design and they often have to create a prototype to text colours and utilities.
Architects, on the other hand, also have to give clients cost and time to build, provide building specifications and recommend changes.
Hope this helps. All the best!
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