Bachelor Of Design

Courses Duration Semester Intake
B Des
4 Years
8
60 Seats

 

Bachelor of Design (B.Des) is a 4-year job oriented undergraduate degree provided by many of India's leading design institutes like National Institute of Design etc. A career after this degree gives the candidate the best of both worlds of creativity and technology.

Scope of B. Des

As an estimate of the job requirement in the industry, below is a snapshot of search-results for the designer roles mentioned above on the job portal www.naukri.com (as of September 15, 2020):

Product Designer

28886 Jobs

UI / UX Designer

2743 Jobs

Interaction Designer

5450 Jobs

Communication Designer

38012 Jobs

Graphic Designer

9881 Jobs

 

Against this huge requirement in the industry, the number of approved colleges offering B.Design courses in Madhya Pradesh can be counted on finger tips. Since so few students are graduating every year with a degree in designing, it is highly likely for them to get jobs through campus placements or otherwise.

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Affiliations / Accreditations

Recognised by
Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Govt. of MP, Bhopal

Affiliated to
Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), Bhopal

On graduating from the product design stream, the roles that may be offered in the industry could be Industrial Designer, Design Engineer, Design Manager, Product Designer etc. These offers typically depend on the individual’s performance (generally evaluated over a portfolio alongside other considerations that the industry may set) and work experience.

The typical industry roles for Interaction Design and Communication Design graduates are UI, UX designer, Interaction designer, Graphic Designer etc. A trend which works to the advantage for Interaction and Communication Designers is that more companies now believe that using these designers early in the product/service development process can change the course of conversations and add considerable value.


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