There is limitless possibility of career in designing, youth can realize dreams by doing course from here

The Design Aptitude Test 2021 conducted for admission in UG and PG courses of National Institute of Design can also become a medium for you to enter this industry.

22nd January, 2021

Designing is a fast-growing sector where the demand for trends and skilled professionals remains constant. If you are interested in new technology related to designing with artistry, you can get excellent career opportunities in this field. The Design Aptitude Test 2021 conducted for admission in UG and PG courses of National Institute of Design (NID) can also become a medium for you to enter this industry.

Designing is no longer the only area of ​​youth interested in art. In the current era of updated technology and increasing number of multinational companies in the country, this field is constantly expanding. Along with fashion designing, there are many options available for the youth in this industry, including graphic designing, automobile designing, textile designing and amination, where they can lay the foundation for a successful career.

This field is for you: After passing tenth in any stream from a recognized institution, you can enter the field of designing with certificate or diploma course. If you want to make a different identity in this field, then after 12th, it would be better for you to graduate, Masters or Specialization in Design.

If you intend to do UG and PG in designing from top institutes of the country, then for this you have to design undergraduate Common Entrance Exam for Design (UCID), Common Entrance Examination for Design (SEED), Design Aptitude Test organized by National Institute of Design And you have to prepare yourself for exams like National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT). There are also some specializations related to design, which only allow math students to move forward, such as web design, robotics design, sound design etc.

There are many sub-sectors related to design: With the increasing scope of designing, many sub-sectors have been connected to this sector today. These mainly include Interior Design, Graphic Design, Automobile Design, Web Design, Textile Design, Jewelery Design, Product Design, Industrial Design, Game Design, Leather Design, Multimedia Design, Knitwear Design, Ceramic Design, Animation Design, Fashion Design etc. Huh. You can choose any of these subjects according to your interest and ability.

Opportunities to make an identity: This industry gives you many options to make a different identity based on your chosen specialization. If you advance in the field of fashion designing in the industry, you can work as a fashion designer, fashion consultant, personal stylist, embroidery maker etc.

Along with other specializations you can be illustrator, writer and drafter, museum and art gallery manager, game designer, web designer, graphic designer, technical designer, automobile designer, pattern maker / costume designer / cloth designer, civil and mechanical engineer, architect-building / You can stabilize yourself as infrastructure design, product designer and interior designer etc.

Jewelery designing is also a good career option. If you want, you can work as a designing lecturer or professor by joining with an institute. At the same time, in the field of journalism, fashion journalists can identify themselves as writers and critics.

Take admission in IICD's M.Des. Program: Indian Institute of Craft and Design (IICD), Jaipur is offering candidates the chance to get admission in a total of 90 seats in the two-year Master Program in Specialization in Design.

Course: Emades in Soft Material Design, Hard Material Design, Fired Material Design, Fashion Clothing Design, Crafts Communications and Jewelery Design.

Eligibility: Bachelor of Design or Architecture Background students can apply.

How to get admission: Admission will be done through entrance test.

Application Process: Interested candidates can apply online till 21 April 2021.

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Puja Jha