Interior Designing

Interior design is the art and process of designing the interior, often including the exterior of a room or a building. An interior designer is someone who coordinates and manages such projects. Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, communicating with stakeholders of a project and, management and execution of the design. Interior design is the process of shaping the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of special volume as well as surface treatment.

Interior Designing


Course Eligibility Duration
Diploma Course Class 10 1 to 3 years
Graduation Class 10 + 2(any stream) with minimum passing certificate 3 years – 4 years
Post-Graduation Graduation (any stream) 2 years

Entrance Exam    

Under-graduate Entrance:

  • As per the University

Post-graduate Entrance:

  • As per the University


Depending on the type of institute/quota/degree, fees can range from INR 50 thousand to INR 3 lakhs per year, excluding lodging and boarding.

Skills Required   

  • High amount of patience, sense of responsibility and dedication

  • Creativity/Good creative ideas

  • Good communication skills

  • Knowledge of textures, materials & trends

  • Team worker

  • Ability to work in a given budget

Career Options   

The following are the opportunities available for computer engineers in various fields:

  • Residential Projects: These days there is a lot of demand in this area since a lot of residential projects are coming up and people are becoming more and more aware about it.

  • Malls: Malls are coming up these days in almost all areas of urban and semi-urban cities. Hence, to design its interiors in such a way that it looks more attractive as well as unique is the job of an interior designer. A lot of job opportunities are hence being created in this area.

  • Hotels: The work of an interior designer is to design the rooms and all different areas of hotels in such a comfortable way that the guests can feel like home. Tourism sector is blooming these days and hence a lot of job options are being created for qualified interior designers in this area as well.

  • Offices: Even offices these days are getting more and more interested in decorating their work place. Hence, they hire professional interior designers who can design their office creatively which can also put a good impression on their clients as well as their investor.

  • Hospitals: Hospitals these days don’t look like hospitals. Instead, they look like five star hotels with amazing interior and good facilities. The reason behind this change is the creativity of the interior designers. They design hospitals in such a manner that the patients can also feel at home, which in turn helps them recover. Job opportunities for an interior designer are immense in this area as well.

Undergraduate Courses   

  • Diploma Course

  • BID – Bachelors in Interior Designing

  • B.Des.(I.D.) - Bachelor of Design in Interior Designing

  • B.A. (I.D.) - Bachelor of Arts in Interior Designing

Postgraduate Courses   

  • M.A. (I.D.)

  • M.Sc. (I.D.)

  • M.S. (I.D.)

  • M.B.A. (I.D.)

  • Post-Graduation Diploma in Interior Designing (PGDID)

Some colleges offering the course:   

In Gujarat

In Maharastra

In India


  • Top notch architects and architectural firms

  • Work with renowned builders

  • Hotels and health resorts

  • Design studios and exhibition organizers

  • Event management companies

  • Innumerable public and private sector establishments

All the students, teachers and guardians should note that the above mentioned websites and information on various colleges/universities may change under the rules and regulations of the education department.