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Interior Design




         Interior Design has become a popular profession for women. We have therefore structured an all-encompassing curriculum. Our aim is to broaden the perspective and skills for applying in the inner environment.
        We are proud that our curriculum stands apart from other colleges in the country. This is because we impart aesthetic satisfaction and effective operative options to enhance the human experience.
        Students draw extensively upon their theoretical and practical knowledge. They are involved in a person-environment interaction. They are taught to capitalize on new techniques and materials. This is essential later for making decisions, planning, servicing and solutions.
        Interior Design as a profession includes a variety of aspects. These include : Conceptual Design, Design Development Design Documentation, Construction Supervision and even Contract Administration.

The course can be undertaken as a
One-yr, Two-yr, Three-yr or Four-yr full time programme.

Mrs. Meena Dutta Gupta
Head of the Department
Interior Design


Interior environments are broadly categorized as Domestic, Commercial and Industrial or those for Specialized Spaces. Our students develop knowledge of designing through project-based exercises. Typical design projects cover the construction of 2-dimensional drawings with 3-dimensional spaces. Also the surface treatment,material matter,lighting, furniture design, fixtures, fittings and cost.


Interior Design/Drafting Interior Design -I Interior Design - II Interior Design -III
Furniture Fundamentals Furniture Design -I Furniture Design - II Furniture Design -III
Interior Construction Building Construction -I Construction - II Construction -III
Basic Design Display-I Display-II Display - III
Material Material Services - I Services - II
Estimation Furnishings & Fitting Estimation - I Estimation & Budgeting
  Graphics -I Applied Graphics (3yr. Course) Thesis
  Drafting History of Interior (3yr. Course)

Subject Details

BASIC DESIGN: The fundamentals of freehand illustration and the basics about aesthetics. The various colour schemes applicable to interior spaces.

HISTORY OF INTERIORS & FURNITURE: It is the study of evolution of furniture styles, through the pages of history. The different periods and styles of interiors are also taught.

THESIS: This is a culmination of knowledge & practices gleaned during the two years. Students have to make a research-oriented topical study. It involves an amalgam of specific specialised subjects.

INTERIOR DESIGN/DRAFTING: The understanding of Interior spaces. To develop design ideas/ concepts by analyzing the function of space. To then evolve ideal design solutions. Preparation of presentation & working drawings for the design schemes.

DISPLAY: A creative medium to sell ideas, services & products. These range from contemporary ideas of display of shop, windows, shop Interior And Exhibitions.

FURNISHINGS AND FITTING: The fabric selection for curtains & upholstery. Co-ordinating the fabric with interior designs in an aesthetic manner.

CONSTRUCTION: The basic knowledge of building elements like walls, openings, roofs, stairs. This includes construction techniques & designing of structures like: partitions, paneling and false ceilings.

FURNITURE DESIGN: The study, evaluation & creation of designer furniture in both nouveau and traditional trends, by observing existing furniture design.

GRAPHICS: To develop freehand sketching skills that lead to drawing presentation. How to make the colour schemes with visual appeal for stylish interiors.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ESTIMATION: The study of code of conduct, by-laws & evaluation related to interior spaces. The Tender work for large/mega projects are also discussed.

MATERIALS: The properties, rates, features of all natural/manmade materials used in building and the interior structure are studied.

SERVICES: The principles of building services like water supply, drainage, air-conditioning and lighting. We study how to relate them to interior schemes and cost plans for the same.