B.Sc. in Interior Designing at NSHM will introduce aspirants to the creative and technical aspects of interior designing. From furniture to landscape, residential properties to commercial spaces, the programme will cover the fundamentals of designing across multiple categories, nurture the aesthetic sensibilities of students and also train them in the application of environmentally friendly, futuristic & contemporary concepts in their creations.
Students pursuing B.Sc. in Interior Designing must have drawing aptitude, visual sensitivity, colour sense, knowledge of textures, materials and trends. NSHM Kolkata is among the leading colleges in India offering B.Sc. in Interior Designing to help students unleash their creative skills and also develop business skills to succeed in this field.
After finishing studies, students can work in various construction companies, architectural firms, designing consultancies etc. Interesting job roles with organisations across multiple sectors lie in store for interior designing graduates. They can work as:
chronological and cultural history associated to the Art, Craft and Design movements, developments through historical periods, Historical conciousness, socio-cultural practices, indigenous forms, daily life and the attitudes, restoration and perservation
social responsibility, sustainable interior environments, indoor environments, quality of life, carbon emission control, waste management, pollution control, environmental impact, case studies
existing and new trends in construction, green materials, sustainable construction, smart habitats, case studies
Technical drafting, practical drawing and rendering skills, professional drawing and presentation
functionality and aesthetics of landscaping, landscape planning, various plant types, care and maintenance.
advanced model making materials, Semi-detailed/ detailed working models, technical assessment, practical/scaling feasibility
spacial problem analysis, develop space planning using basic furniture layouts.
understand the application of colour in interiors
creative thinking, design ideas, development for the conceptual interior design of spaces, visual environment – colour, texture, pattern and material effects
enhancing workplace health, safety, and work design issues, performance and productivity, prevention of fatigue and injury.
furniture fabrics, equipment for interiors, various furniture materials, multiple use of furniture, environment-friendly furniture & fixture, space management
concepts and principles on Vaastu, Feng Shui, contemporary Vaastu and Feng Shui in Interior and Architectural Design, Future of Vaastu & Feng Shui
Fundamentals of costing, Optimization, RoI on interior materials, high quality design with low cost
Entrepreneurship fundamentals, Freelancing, Training & Consulting practice, startup ecosystem, ‘place-making’ ventures, seeding and support, Intellectual Property Rights and Management
|Lump Sum Payment||Yearly Payment Payment Deadline||Half-Yearly Payment|
|Within 15 days of Admission||INR 2,93,000||INR 1,59,300||INR 86,000|
|By 30th Nov, 2021||INR 86,000|
|By 31st May, 2022||INR 95,600||INR 51,600|
|By 30th Nov, 2022||INR 51,600|
|By 31st May, 2023||INR 63,600||INR 34,400|
|By 30th Nov, 2023||INR 34,400|
|Total Fees:||INR 2,93,000||INR 3,18,500||INR 3,44,000|
A career in Interior Designing can benefit the aspirants in regard of job satisfaction as well as financial stability. The increasing construction activities in urban areas and emerging towns has added to the demand for skilled Interior Designers that has led to scarcity of resources. Students with a drawing aptitude and visual sensitivity are pursuing this programme as there are interesting job roles with organisations across multiple sectors. NSHM’s Interior Designing programme can enable the students to adapt to the emerging demands for sustainable and environment-friendly methods and materials for interiors.