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    Studying at the A D The Design School has changed my life in a way that words cannot describe. It has opened my eyes, and exposed me to sights I've only dreamt of seeing before. The faculty at A D...

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    Prior to joining AD The Design School, I had completed my Diploma in Interior Design from a New Delhi based Institute and worked for a few years as an Interior designer...

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    Studying at A D The Design School is like living in a world of Interior Design. It is an experience for a lifetime, and it introduces us to everything there is to know about the astonishing industry...

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faq_smallProblems that emerging entrepreneurs face today?

 If you are entrepreneur from Design field you must have a knack for planning spaces and coordinating furnishings and accessories only then this is the field for you. Interior designers beautify, improve and update the appearance and functionality of interior spaces in both residential and business settings. Many specialize in a particular type of design, like kitchen design or lighting solutions, and many augment their income by selling decorative products like accessories and furniture. Some problems emerging entrepreneurs face today are:-

  • Not having opportunity to choose right Design Industry from several innate branches Industry has.
  • Lack of practical exposure during training.
  • Keeping pace with global developments due to limited global exposure.
  • Competing with established names.
  • Diverting the focus of client towards neo creativity, as market has turned towards brands which obstructs development and growth of new names.

 

 What gaps exist in today’s education system?

Provision of education in the country has been highly revolutionized. The role of schools has thus become highly enhanced, with schools wanting to be a part of the competition as much as the students are involved. Hence all schools today should  focus on ensuring better education standards rather than only seeking to accumulate student numbers.

However as is evident  each design school has its own USP and as such all design schools have similar objectives. It’s the preference that differs – between vastness of curriculum covered and the depths of the subjects covered in the available curriculum.”
However, even the paradigm of commonality is raised and discussed between various educational curriculums; many would agree that there is no remnant of school-curriculum separatism visible at the college levels.

 

When children progress to higher education & they choose Interior Design they are all on zero level as no school curriculum up to 10+2 level has included Interior Design as a subject therefore awarding degrees or diplomas only after 1 to 3 years of learning of subject doesn’t justify the talent boasted through the award.

 

How do students choose the right institute among so many that exist?

Students must pay attention to curriculum and teaching methodology, they must seek maximum practical exposure for learning subjects like Interior Design. This practical exposure can be in the form of Site visits, market surveys, projects and assignments & interaction with the industry on various levels during the training.

 

 

What are the upcoming fields which are expected to be excellent career options in the future?

 The options for next decade are considered to be the ones like healthcare, Teaching and tourism, training and development, & financial advisory etc.

Services that already exist will grow further. Common professions include the legal sector, police, teachers, tutors, etc.

However design will assume numero uno rank as growth and development on financial levels tends to redirect interests on Art and Design leading to appreciation of good Design and Art amongst people. However maximum benefit will be derived by Interior Designers due to shortage and high costs of spaces.

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