Includes the design domains viz. Product Design, Transportation Design, Furniture & Space Design, Jewellery Design, Ceramic & Glass Design, Toy & Game Design, Universal Design etc.
Industrial Design (IND) teaches students the design process with critical thinking, inclusive approach and human-cantered design methods to create well-conceived and relevant products and systems that make everyday tasks easier and more enjoyable to use. From developing ideas by sketching, drawing, model making and finally prototyping, the students are exposed to a wide range of materials and processes to enable them to produce high-quality products. Furthermore, students are involved in a wide range of product assignments covering simple products to complex and sophisticated products for the medical, transportation, furniture and daily house-hold product areas. Students need to undergo 5 to 6 projects during 4-years / 2-years stint, out of which few of the projects could be chosen from the design domains stated above based on their choice of specialisation.