Design is a critical aspect of human culture and society and plays a vital role in shaping our world. In today’s rapidly changing environments, design education is becoming increasingly important. Designers are needed to create new products, systems, and solutions that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Institute of Design offers two programmes in design – Product and Interaction Design and Communication Design. The aim is to prepare students for a career in the design industry by providing them knowledge and skills they need to succeed. The learning begins with a common foundation year, after which students proceed towards their chosen programmes from the second year onwards. There is an intense 15 weeks of engagement each semester in studios, classrooms, workshops, and through fieldwork. Industry exposure is a crucial component of design education and thus our programmes are industry-focused, giving many opportunities for engagement and interaction with industry experts.Read More
The academic environment at the institute fosters creativity, innovation, and critical thinking. Besides technical skills, the institute strives towards developing a mindset and approach to problem-solving that involves empathy and collaboration.
The Institute of Design has an excellent environment for intellectual, social, and personal development. It exudes a creative and innovative vibe and focuses on hands-on learning and problem-solving.
‘REDO’ is the Annual student festival of the Institute of Design. In this annual event, students organise workshops, talks, film screenings, games, competitions, music, and dance performances. The theme of REDO – 20
Date of the Event – December 10, 2022 This year Nirma University conferred degrees on 31 PhD, 833 postgraduate and 1,720 graduate students. The university also presented 60 medals to 51 students for their exemplary per
Dr. Ajay Goyal will deliver an online expert lecture on the title “The development and Applications of Creo Software in Engineering” scheduled on 22nd December 12:00am-3:00pm. The lecture has been organized by the