Designing Courses in India

There is a majority of people who are passionate about designing and wish to pursue a career in same. To turn their passion into a profession, Indian Institute of Crafts & Design, Jaipur (IICD) offers some of the best designing courses in India. Whether an individual aims for a degree in fashion designing or wishes to pursue crafts and design courses, IICD has all the necessary facilities and amenities for the same. IICD’s courses are broadly classified into:

  • Undergraduate Courses
  • Postgraduate Courses

The above-mentioned categories offer some of the popular designing courses in India which include courses on:

  • Hard materials such as wood, metal, and stone
  • Soft materials which involve textile, leather, paper and natural fiber
  • Fired materials such as Earthenware, Stoneware, Terracotta, Porcelain
  • Fashion Design (UG Only)

All the aforementioned courses are offered under the guidance of specialist technicians and leading practitioners in integrated workshops and dedicated studios. All these workshops and studios are equipped with state-of-the-art machinery and equipment.

Branding the Central University of Rajasthan recognized designing courses offered by IICD in India as the best won’t be untrue for they are backed by the combination of self-directed study as well as professional projects in the classroom. Above all, these courses provide opportunities for collaborative and interdisciplinary work in the industry to their students.

Degree in Crafts and Design

IICD was setup to realize the potential of the craft sector and foster innovation and creative thinking for well-crafted quality products. With a degree in crafts and design, IICD aims to develop high-quality professionals to act as catalysts of change in the crafts sector. IICD is committed to the inclusion of artisans’ wards in the major education programmes. It also urges the State Government entities, Social Enterprises and Non-Government Organizations to support and sponsor candidates who wish to pursue a degree in crafts and design.

IICD encourages a large number of individuals to pursue a career in the craft and design industry owing to the bright career prospects and rapid growth rate of the industry.

  • 230 lakh craftsmen engaged in different craft sectors with an estimated 360 craft clusters in India.
  • Handicraft and Handloom sectors together form a Rs 24,300 crore industry contributing Rs. 10,000 crore to India’s export.
  • As per the 12th plan working document, the craft industry recorded an earning of Rs. 1.62 lakh crore.