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Teaching Scheme

Teaching Scheme for Master Diploma (Three Years Regular)
Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 12.30 pm
(Yearly Semester: July to December and January to May)

Theory (History and Material specification) - Basic Design - Graphic Design - Construction Technology - Design Projects (Residential) – Design Philosophy-I – Computer: Auto CAD - Introduction to Psychology - Personality Development I -Public Speaking I

Second Year

Services - I – Estimation -I Model Making – Working Drawing - Research Methodology I - Design Philosophy – II - Furniture Design- Construction Technology - Design Projects (Commercial) - Computer Photoshop & 3D Studio Max, Personality Development and Public Speaking II- Marketing.

Design Project (Interior Architecture) – Working Drawing Practical approach (on computer) – Services Practical (on computer) - Computer – 3d Studio Max & Photoshop, Gust Lectures - Materials and Furnishings, Space Planning, Landscape, Places of Worship, Sauna & Steam, A.C., Electrical System, Acoustics etc., History & Development of Style, Design Visualization & Communication, Building Construction for Interior Designers, Interior Lighting, Professional Design Practice, Time management, Project Management, Internship- Dissertation, Major Interior Design Project.

The aim of this module is to enable students to explore a subject of interest to them, and to further develop research skills, thinking, analytical skills and writing ability. This module provides a formal framework within which students may demonstrate their ability to independently to conduct detailed research, and then present a knowledgeable and informed argument based on their findings. Students should note that their chosen subject is not necessarily limited to interior design, but should be related to art and design.

The purpose of this module is to provide a formal framework within which students may structure their individual approach to each interior design project and to the course as a whole. By meticulously planning and documenting each aspect of their progress, students will be able to critically evaluate their own method of working and manage time more effectively. This method of record keeping is also an important way in which they establish authorship of work, both on this program and in professional practice.

It is a vital characteristic of professional Interior Designers that the various types of skills and knowledge are tightly integrated and applied holistically. In fact, interior design will only have real meaning and value when it is applied in this way. In this final module of the MDID program, students will conduct focused research in a specialized area of interior design and produce a report, presenting their conclusions. Students will then be required to integrate their findings with core interior design skills and apply them in the development of this project, thereby demonstrating a holistic approach in designing interior environments that positively impact the quality of people's lives. This is a self-generated project that enables students to pursue a specialist area of their own choice. In completing this project, students will be required to produce the necessary drawings, documentation and presentation aids to an extremely high professional standard and the entire design process and methodology must be meticulously documented. On successful completion of this module, students will demonstrate mastery in a specialized area of interior design and this will provide them with the skills and knowledge to position themselves competitively in dynamic market place.