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But please note, NID, does not have a course on Interior designing. It has other forms of designing.
Anyways there are other institutes that provide a B.Sc in Designing. Listing down few of them. Most o the admission is through an entrance exam.
Madras Institute of Fashion technology. /
ST. Fransis Institute of ARTS and Design. http://www.sfartinstitute.com/
VOGUE Institute of Fashion Technology. http://www.voguefashioninstitute.com/
IIFA Multimedia. http://www.iifamultimedia.in/
You have a plenty of options foryour higher studies. If you are not interested in Maths, You can go for BSc in Chemistry/ Physics etc or in allied subjects. You may also can go for B.Tech courses if you are interested. You can find some of the universities like SRM, Lovely Professional University, VIT etc are conducting entrance exam by themselves and admitting students based on that. You can also appear for the exam if you have more than 60% marks in 12th. You can also avail scholarships based on your university test scores or 12th marks. And you can also get an opportunity to get place
Hi dear.......... Nothing to worry !! study based on your interested area and don t think about other things . Yes if you think other things then You cant shine!!! Bring your talent in your interest area and shine dear!! Nowadays banks are offering education loan and some of the private university offering scholarship. yes I am also one of the Private Lovely Professional University student and I utilized the scholarship option . Just call and confirm the scholarship options: 1800 3001 1800
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You can search for the courses like BSc Design in Graphics, BDesign in Graphics etc for pursuing a course in your interest. The leading institutes which offers courses in Graphic Designing are Vogue Institute, Lovely Professional University, Asian Institutes etc. You can develop a successful career in this field during your course in these universities through the extended practical sessions, workshops, exhibitions and guest lectures by the eminent persons etc. The exposure to the field will help you to become more skilled in the sector and to easily find a job. You can vi
@Ruchi: It is great to hear that you have a graduation in PubAd. Now you can go for post graduation in PubAd or Political Science. There is one more option for you, ie MA in Public Policy. The significance of studying these courses are that the scope in government sector and in Think-tanks. Some of the leading institutes which are offering these courses include IGNOU, JMI, Lovely Professional University etc. By studying this course you can be the part of policy making and in the process of governance in India and abroad. Regular seminars and conferences in this field in these universities make
BSc Chemistry is one of the good course in basic sciences and it gives more job opportunities for you both in private and public sector. You can can attain career in pharmaceutical industries, BPO and KPO after completing your graduation. You also can pursue higher studies in the field and that will give you more scope in job market. There are a number of institutes providing BSc Chemistry like Delhi University, Manav Rachna University, Lovely Professional University etc. You can visit the websites of these institutes for more info regarding course and fee structure,scholarships, campus
Cartographers are the one who creates the link of roads via maps which are decorated over the classroom walls or to guide the drivers in a navigation system of the car or any vehicle. Cartographers are mainly found on their desk at the office working in front of the computer from where they can easily fetch the required information. Nevertheless, for few types, they may have to get on the field for planning or validate the collected information or data.
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As per the information received in May 2011 from the Bureau of Labour Statistics, the average package of a Cartographe