Interior Designers - Career Queries

Interior designers Interior designer is the one who specializes in designing the space of a building, room or house. The work of an interior designer includes organizing and co-ordinating the layout of buildings and other spaces concerned. It also involves light fixtures, window positioning, ceilings, doors etc. Their work also involves selection of colour palettes, colour schemes etc for rooms and houses. The work of interior designers is multi dimensional. Interior designers also specialize in managing the interiors and exteriors of various other projects of home and office decor. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Interior Designers answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Interior Designers

Hey,I can reely make out how much confused you must be in choosing between the two colleges and i can really empathize with you.Before you think of any college do consider some of the following points:Course ContentFacultyPlacementsThough Infrastructure is important and plays a vital role in attracting many students   but it is only one part of it.The end result is your knowledge and skills that you will get only in a college that has good faculty. I would suggest you to visit the college website and see the curriculum and what they have to offer to you and also visit the institute a

1 answer Adhunika Naithani in Interior Designers category

[Interior designing][1] is not just having an eye for color or recognizing quality furniture.It is an extensive discipline that encompasses many specialized areas including,Colours and PatternsCompatibility of furniture stylesFlooring and carpetingHardware FixturesAccessoriesThere is no formal requirements to enter in this career ,however a [diploma in interior designing][2] can help you gain entry into this profession .This course can be pursued after plus two and the maximum duration of the course may vary from one to Three yearsTop Colleges of Interior DesigningRaffles Milllenium Internatio

2 answers Adiba Shahab in Interior Designers category

Lorenzo de' Medici, is a private institution of higher education based in Florence but has satellite campuses in Tuscania, Rome, and Venice. LdM began primarily as an Italian language institute in 1973 and later on expanded education to arts and design sciences.For over 30 years, LdM has been a primary study abroad provider to art students from all over the world, with all three LdM campuses hosting a variety of study-abroad students from more than 30 colleges and universities across North America and all over the world, which includes Clemson University, Illinois State University, Iowa St

2 answers Surabhi Dewra in Interior Designers category

Hello My Dear Aryan,   Your name Aryan made me remember the movie Mohabbattein of SRK and Aishwarya Rai. SRK was Raj Aryan. He was expelled from the school by Amitabh Bacchhan due to in discipline. Still Raj Aryan managed his life, moved on and came back to the same school as a successful person to make him realise that nothing stops the world from moving on.   My Dear Aryan Gupta, the same is for you. 57% is low compared to the percentage students score, but that does not definitely mean that the world is over and you cannot make a career or get successful.  

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

HiDesigning is the blend of artistic talents and creativity.Interior designing is the arrangement of living space i.e organizing, managing and planning of the interiors of rooms at homes, offices, retail shops, showrooms, hotels, airports, exhibition halls, conference centers, theatres, TV and film studios and commercial establishments etc. To be a successful interior designer you need to have creative thinking, excellent communication skills, originality, good listening capability and a keen interest in transforming a simple place to a beautiful one. If you think you have it in you, then this

1 answer Adiba Shahab in Interior Designers category

Hi,There are four things which KVPY wants with the form, they are listed below-1) Copy of mark sheet / Certificate of the qualifying examination.2)Original pay in slip for KVPY application (Rs 500/-) Not for Sc / ST / PH3) Cast Certification in prescribed proforma for Sc /ST students.4) Medical Certificate from prescribed authority for PH candidates.You can see the first point , if either of the things you have submitted , then its ok ,you don't have to worry. I am giving you the contact address and website below , where you can send a mail and clarify.Contact:- The Convener   Kishor

1 answer Jyoti B Dhingra in Interior Designers category
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Hi,I would like to interact about your interest,inclination,skill and counsel you accordingly with my practical experiences in various Schools particularly,in the fashion designing programmes.I welcome you to speak to me at 9818313263 but note it there is no charges involved.

3 answers T K Home in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, BArch is a five year under graduate course which means that you will get admission to BArch course after 12th. Since you are in Commerce in 12th and if you have opted for Maths as a subject, then you are eligible for BArch course. You need not do BCom. You will have to give the NATA exam which is for Architecture course admission.  However, I would like to ask you how did you decide upon Architecture as your future career when you are in commerce field? How have you got influenced for architecture course suddenly? If you have decided this on the basis of any psychometric te

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Hello there,  After graduating you have lots of options. But you must select on the basis of what interests you because now wbatever you choose would determine your future job role. Its difficult to suggest a course because you have not mentioned your subjects. Never the les few options you could opt for includes: 1.Masters in the subject you specialise at the graduate level 2. Courses in mass media 3. Web designing/ interior designing / fashion designing 4. Hospitality management 5. Management (MBA) Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

2 answers Meghna Mukherjee in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, Some of the Institutes are as follows: 1. National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad 2. JJ School of Arts, Mumbai 3. Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune 4. MIT School of Design, Pune 5. National Institute of Design, Delhi Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Hi Ayushi, I would suggest NID Ahmedabad. List of some other top colleges in India are as follows: 1. MIT Institue of Design - Pune 2. Symbiosis Institute of Design - Pune 3. Sir JJ School of Arts, Mumbai Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, Interior Designing courses are available as Diploma courses after 12th any stream. There are also advanced courses in Interior Designing after completion of Diploma or graduation. Please specify your city to know the colleges available for interior designing courses. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, I feel taking training or a course in entrepreneurship is not enough to be an entrepreneur. I being myself an edupreneur, can tell you that studying the entrepreneurship and getting into entrepreneurship is all together a different ball game.  For being an Entrepreneur you should have inbuilt qualities and also you should be able to learn to adapt and be flexible extremely. Business ideas cannot be taught and are required to be created and not learnt. You should be able to find out the problem areas which can be converted into business. I feel, taking the Ideal Career Test

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Dear Aspirant, You have done your Masters in Clinical Psychology and still you are not able to do anything? Surprising, since Clinical Psychology is a fantastic and demanding field. Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Orphanages all require Clinical Psychologists. What is the reason you were not able to find opportunities with that educational background? There is no way to get confused. You have selected a niche area for career and there are opportunities for jobs as well as private practice in the field of psychology. You will not any other job based on this qualification in other sectors as

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, Confusion is natural however, should not be left as it is since it is the question of your life and career. Which stream are you doing your education from? Arts/Science/Commerce? If you write this, I can additionally help you out. Choosing the career option based on your aptitude, interests and inter personal abilities is very important.  The best way to remove confusion is to choose a career based on your strengths and likings. You can assess those by introspection, but the results are not always 100% right, since they can be biased. I would urge you to appear for the Idea

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Hi, It’s great that you are planning to take psychometric career test but you don’t have to prepare for it. Psychometric career test are scientific way used to discover the persons true potential and interest its nothing about your syllabus or any particular subjects. It is highly recommended to take psychometric tests without preparation so that you can get the accurate result about yourself. Now you are planning to take test so I think you have already chosen the right carer test for yourself. Psychometric career tests at CareerGuide.com are specially designed to answer career re

1 answer Meenakshi Singh in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, Best Engineering Colleges after 12th for Degree in Engineering are all Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT), and some private Universities like Sharda University, Vellore Institute of Technology, College of Engineering Pune, Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS) Pilani, etc. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, dis interest in studies, subjects, course is the primary and the main reason behind the lack of concentration. Another reason is too much of distractions around or in the mind. Another reason may be that the study technique you are used to is faulty. I feel, you should try to answer whether there are any of the above reasons behind lack of concentration?  Hope you are studying what you like and there is a sense of responsibility in what you are doing. I feel, learning is important than studying. Therefore I suggest that you should make up your mind, become det

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Aspirant, From software developer, if you wish to change to any other non software/IT sector then your experience earned till now will be of no use and you shall be treated as a fresher in that other sector. I would suggest you to analyse and think before taking a decision of sector change, whether are you really wanting to change the sector, the real reason and where you wish to go? Choosing randomly a sector for change is not advisable, since at the first place you chose software as your career and now you do not wish to remain in that. Which sector are you looking to go in? For that yo

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Interior Designers category

Dear Student, don't try to be a jack of all trades and master of none, rather stay back to your core qualification only and if you wish to do something in your future then move ahead in the same direction. Well, it's your personal choice to keep the same branch or to shift to some other field. I suggest to visit the official website of some chosen institutions and get to know admission related formalities and get some where out of these - College of Engineering, Trivandrum,....................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara,........................BITS, Pilani

3 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Interior Designers category

Dear Student, just be clear and determined to find out what you intend to do in future, If you wish to be a businessman/an entrepreneur/ work in an MNC then you must take B.Com (Hons.)FMM so that you may pursue MBA in marketing/finance in the times to come. Think over your rea of interest and make a choice accordingly. You may select any one of these institutions - Axis Institute of Technology and Management, Kanpur,...........Sarvottam Institute of Technology and Management, Greater Noida,.............................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Interior Designers category

Yea Sure, why not? Gone are the days when people used to distinct that this is good for girls and that is good for boys. These days talent is respected more than anything else. If you have good managerial skills, inter-personal skills and leadership qualities then you must go for MBA Hospitality and then work as an event manager and you may choose any one of these institutions - World College of Technology and Management, Gurgaon,......................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara,...........................JJTU, Jhunjhunu

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Interior Designers category