MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES

(Formerly MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY )

Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

Course Details

Duration: 3 Years
Intake: 40
FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees: ₹ 1,14,000+ CA$ 814 as foreign fee component
FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students: US$3300 + CA$ 814 as foreign fee component
Minimum Eligibility Criteria: Pass in 10+2 Examination / Equivalent Examination  with at least 50% marks in aggregate in 5 subjects including English as compulsory subject along with 4  subjects with the highest score out of the remaining subjects.
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list – Preference Wise:
I – MRNAT 2018
II – Marks in Qualifying Examination

Eligibility Criteria

Pass in 10+2 examination /equivalent examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate in 5 subjects including English, and 4 subjects with the highest scores among the remaining subjects.

Notes

B.Sc. Interior Design program is offered in collaboration with Algonquin College, Ottawa, Canada. Student studying in B.Sc Interior Design program at MRIIRS can get enrolled in Algonquin College, Ottawa, Canada in 2nd or 3rd year for which the credits earned at MRIIRS shall get transferred to Algonquin College, Ottawa.

About

The Interior Design course encourages the student to develop imaginative, responsible solutions to problems created by social needs and economic constraints, as well as the material and physical limitations of the built environment. The integration of fine art classes elevates the student’s ability to develop innovative solutions & further balances the increasing demands of technology.

Since interiors are an extension of one’s personality, an interior designer has to essentially be a people’s person. Designers need to understand attitudes, lifestyles and cultural preferences and take all three into account in their designs. In addition, they have to keep in mind the hobbies and habits and let’s not forget the budget (good taste need not necessarily be expensive) of the person they are designed for.

 

Course Structure of B.Sc – Interior Design

The Interior Design course encourages the student to develop imaginative, responsible solutions to problems created by social needs and economic constraints, as well as the material and physical limitations of the built environment. The integration of fine art classes elevates the student’s ability to develop innovative solutions and further balances the increasing demands of technology. Since interiors are an extension of one’s personality, an interior designer has to essentially be a people’s person. Designers need to understand attitudes, lifestyles and cultural preferences and take all three into account in their designs. In addition, they have to keep in mind the hobbies and habits and let’s not forget the budget (good taste need not necessarily be expensive) of the person they are designed for.

1st Semester: Basic Drafting Skills, Colour in Decor, Drawing Techniques, Elements and Principles of Our Environment, History of Furniture I, Material and Finishes I, Communications – I
2nd Semester: Perspective Sketching, Furniture and Layout, Window Treatments and Soft Furnishing II, Textiles, History of Furniture II, Materials and Finishes II, Communications – II, Personality Development
3rd Semester: Residential Decor Practicum, Psychology, Studio I, Kitchen and Bath, Lighting, AutoCAD for Decorators I, Marketing Techniques, Building Material and Construction-I
4th Semester: Business Skills for Decorators, Commercial Decorating, Field Placement, Studio II, Visual Display, AutoCAD for Decorators II, Building Material and Construction-II
5th Semester: Estimation and Professional Practice, Furniture Design. Building Material and Construction-III, Studio III, Visual Display-Retail, 3Dimensional Studio Max-I
6th Semester: International Trends, Project Report Presentation, Adobe Photoshop and 3Dimensional Studio Max-II, Internship

Placement Opportunities

The graduates could expect to take up following work opportunities after completing their degree: Space Planner, Freelance interior designer, Office & workspace designers, Set Designer, Art Director, Furniture Designer, Vaastu Consultant, Feng Shui Consultant, Wallcovering Designer, Window Treatment Specialist, Interior Design Educator, Kitchen & Bath Designer, Design Journalist, and Colour Consultant etc.

The B.Sc- Interior Design Programme trains professionals to design and create spaces for various sectors of industry. Graduates may find employment in sectors such as Residential, Retail, Hospitality, Exhibition/Events, Lighting, or Furniture design.

They may work for architecture, interior design, or construction firms or they may choose to be self-employed. Graduates of the Bachelor’s Programme in Interior Design can exercise their skills both in third sector businesses as well as in private sector as the vocation is in high demand in both business and by homeowners. Interior Designers can become licensed practitioners after they complete the Bachelor’s Programme and can often work in consultancy as consultants.