Innovative Practices

The Department of Design at Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies (MRIIRS) has been actively engaged in implementing innovative practices to provide students with a holistic learning experience and prepare them for the dynamic and ever-evolving design industry. Some of the notable innovative practices at the department are:


Design Thinking

The department has incorporated the design thinking approach in its curriculum to provide students with a problem-solving mindset and help them develop innovative solutions.

The approach involves a structured process of empathy, define, ideate, prototype, and test, which helps students to understand user needs, brainstorm ideas, and develop and test prototypes.

Industry-Ready Curriculum


The department has developed an industry-ready curriculum that is aligned with the latest industry trends and developments. The curriculum focuses on developing practical skills, including design software, prototyping tools, and material selection, to prepare students for the industry's demands.

Design Studios


The department has established design studios that provide students with a conducive environment to learn and practice design. The studios are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and tools that enable students to develop their designs, experiment with materials and prototypes, and collaborate with peers.

Multidisciplinary Approach

The department has adopted a multidisciplinary approach that encourages students to explore various design domains, including Interior design, graphic design, user experience design, and communication design.

The approach helps students to develop a broader perspective and enhances their creative and problem-solving skills.


Technical Labs


The Computer Lab is a dedicated space within the design department that provides students with access to computers and design software. The lab is equipped with design software such as Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD and 3Ds Max among others.

The lab includes samples, swatches, and physical materials that students can touch, feel, and experiment with to understand their properties, textures, and finishes.

Material Selection

Students can use the lab to select materials for their design projects based on their properties, durability, aesthetics, and sustainability.

Material Integration

Students can explore how different materials can be integrated into their design projects to create unique and innovative solutions.

Material Testing

Students can experiment with materials to test their strength, flexibility, and resistance to wear and tear.

Material Communication

Students can use the lab to develop presentations, mood boards, and material samples to communicate their design ideas to clients and stakeholders.

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