Course

Course

B Voc (Interior Design)

Category

Design

Introduction

Interior design is a combination of Art, Design and Science, a career in this field promises a bright future that is creative as well as lucrative. An interior designer aims to create aesthetically pleasing spaces that are functional as well as healthy with respect to the environment. The profession has different facets that include concept development, color study, material survey and keeping up with market trends, planning a space to its maximum usability etc.

Interior design education for the future:

People are more aware about the importance of the spaces they are living in and how it affects their mental well being and productivity. Interior design professionals are updating their skills with respect to ‘green’ spaces, climatic conditions and to use a resource that doesn’t affect the earth. This creates a need in creating an updated teaching methodology in Design education and that is something JIMS aims at. It is essential to work closely with the industry and to make that interaction an eminent part of an interior design student’s education. This method will also open up different and creative career opportunities to our students that help them as well as our society grow.

Course Objective

Our three year program aims to create creative and responsible designers who can create aesthetic and functional spaces that are comfortable to use for its occupants. The program is focused at developing strong foundation in space planning and design and encourages students to develop a signature designing methodology. Interior design program provided by JIMS equips the students with updated skills that will let them create a mark in this ever growing industry

Course curriculum

Semester-1 Semester-2
Basic of Drawing and Graphic Elements of Materials & Technology
Elements of Interior Design Management –I Construction Techniques
Art & Architecture History-I History of Furniture
Computer Fundamentals in Management French
Communication Skills Interior Design Studio – I
Business Management Furniture Design - I
Construction Techniques Materials & Technology Graphic Presentation & Technology
Interior Design Studio-I Advance Multimedia in management
French Portfolio Assessment
Semester-3 Semester-4
Elements of Material & Technology-II Building Services Management - 1
Construction Techniques & Technology-II Climatic Design
Building Services Management Autocad - II
Elements of Marketing Research Furniture Design - III
Interior Design Studio-III Interior Design Studio - IV
Furniture Design –II Construction Techniques
Auto CAD-I Live Project Management
Elements of Material & Technology-II Portfolio Assessment
Semester-5 Semester-6
Elements of Services Technology-II Design Decision Process
Furniture Design – IV 3Ds Max
Interior Design Studio –V Interior Design Studio - VI
Landscape Design Estimation and costing
Auto CAD-III Furniture Design - V
Vaastu Shastra-I Revit
Visual Merchandising Management – I Visual Merchandising
Elements of Services Technology-II Presentation
Furniture Design – IV Live Project Management

Pedagogy

Is a student designer on a long road to becoming an industrial professional?

Our teaching methodology aims at shortening the time required for a student designer to be a specialist. We strive to achieve this with an updating teaching methodology and increasing the interaction of our students with the industry during their course. The course curriculum is curated so that it matches the industrial standards and the current design concerns. The student is groomed and equipped with updated material & construction techniques. This is followed with a 3 month internship that gives them a taste of the design world. Industrial, exhibition and showroom visits are also integrated into the curriculum which also enables the students to make professional contacts with vendors.

JIMS provides a skill based pedagogy that can put our students on a fast track in design industry with a combination of studio sessions both manual and digital, workshops, surveys, personality development, portfolio and interview training.

Policy Guidelines for Vocational Courses

1. INTRODUCTION


The University Grants Commission (UGC) has launched a scheme on skills development based higher education as part of college/university education, leading to Bachelor of Vocational (B.Voc.) Degree with multiple exits such as Diploma/Advanced Diploma under the NSQF. The B.Voc. programme is focused on universities and colleges providing undergraduate studies which would also incorporate specific job roles along with broad based general education. This would enable the graduates completing B. Voc. degree to make a meaningful participation in accelerating India’s economy by gaining appropriate employment, becoming entrepreneurs and creating appropriate knowledge. The Jagannath University, NCR offers B.Voc. in the field of Retail Management, IT & Software Development, Interior Design, Travel, Tourism & Hospitality sector and Journalism & Mass Media to the eligible students who are interested in pursuing Bachelor’s Degree in Vocation, Diploma and Advanced Diploma. The University syllabus has two parts, general education and skill component. The skill component is covered by Skill Knowledge Provider. Jagannath Institute of Management Sciences, Lajpat Nagr is an AICTE approved SKP. This SKP has signed an MOU with Jagan Nath University, NCR for conduct of the skill component of the syllabus..

2. COURSE STRUCTURE


The certification levels will lead to Diploma/Advanced Diploma/B. Voc. Degree to be offered by Jagannath University, NCR Following table shows the various certifactions and their duration:

NSQF Level Skill Component Credits General Education Credits Total Credits for Award Normal Duration Exit Points / Awards
4 18 12 30 1 Semester Certificate
5 36 24 60 2 Semester Diploma
6 72 48 120 4 Semester Adv. Diploma
7 108 72 180 6 Semester B. Voc Degree