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Product DesignGDPDPGDPD

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What is Product Design?
Products are part of immediate surroundings, our living spaces and our culture. Product design is the creation of objects of utilitarian value to people. Products function as part of larger systems, and the product designer's role is constantly growing as she/her understands the larger implications of products, and the relationships with users.

What do I learn at NID?
The first year of the Undergraduate Programme at NID is the Foundation Programme. This rigorous programme ensures students are well-versed with all aspects of design, and their understanding of design basics is thorough. The Foundation Programme includes courses such as Colour, Form, Geometry, Design Concepts and Concerns, Environmental Perception, and many more inputs including field trips. After the Foundation Programme students join different disciplines based on their choice, aptitude, and Grade Point Average.

The Product Design involves an understanding of materials, processes, ergonomics, human behaviour and systems. Both conceptual thinking, and workshop and computer skills are essential for the product designer. Students work in a variety of individual and group projects, ranging from the very basic to the technically complex. Today product designers need to be increasingly aware of technological advancements, and the social and ecological impact of their work. A wide range of inputs including History of Design, Systems Thinking and Form Exercises are essential in the product designer's education.

Where do students from Product Design work?
Students of Product Design work in sectors such as consumer appliances, healthcare, transport, retail and packaging.

Eligibility For GDPD

Students who have passed or who will appear for qualifying examinations under the Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalents like AISSCE/ IB/ ISC during the academic year of admission are eligible to apply for GDPD.

Eligibility For PGDPD

Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology or Architecture, OR Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr)

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