Department of Design commenced in 2017 with a vision of the management, to build a holistic campus of varied disciplines. The mandate was to expand the innovative science and logic-based disciplines to include creative, disruptive and non-linear thinking disciplines. Being the youngest department on the University campus, our vision is to offer inter-disciplinary orientation that is necessary for today’s industry demands.
The Foundation Year students of Department of Design wereRead More
The students of Industrial Design discipline from the DepartmentRead More
Department of Design offers two disciplines of learning- Industrial Design and Communication Design. The 4-year Undergraduate programme begins with a common Foundation year in Design. There is an intense 15 weeks of ‘learning’ in each of the 7 semesters in studios, classrooms, workshops and throughfield work. Learning through Internships and Apprenticeships happens during the 10 weeks’ summer vacation period, each year. The 8th Semester is a 4-month Industry project, on the basis of which the final Degree is granted.
As part of a Short Film Competition in 2018, Khel won the 1st prize Organised by the Department of Design, Nirma University.
Ahmedabad is a city that amazes one with its impeccable planning and vibrancy. Be its food, culture or architecture, everything here is vivacious and unique. Being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, it is a cityRead More
Ms. Lakshmi Murthy was invited to DODNU to give a talk on social communication on 18.7.17. She is a designer and graduated from the NID, Ahmedabad in 1986. Her design work has been grounded inRead More
Dignitaries on the Campus on the Occasion of First Foundation Day of NUDOD Department of Design, Nirma University celebrated its first Foundation Day on 21.7.2017. On this occasion, DODNU had the pleasure and privilege toRead More
Event – Sabarmati Festival, January 17-21, 2018 The Department of Design was invited to participate and showcase their work in the 2ndAnnual Edition of Sabarmati Festival at Sabarmati Riverfront. The five-day long festival witnessed footfallRead More