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  • NID Admission
    Eduvidya.com offers you the latest information on NID Admission 2017 with its eligibility and application procedure. 
     
    Have you searching for information on NID Admission? if "yes" then your search rightly ends here. 
    National Institute of Design encourages admission applications from interested and eligible diverse design aspirants for NID Admission 2016-17 for Bachelor of Design (B.Des) and Master of Design (M.Des) courses in industrial, communication, textile and integrated (experimental) design. 
     
    Programmes:-
     
    Master of Design (M.Des.)
     
    Duration:- The two-and-a-half year 
     
    Specializations offered in Ahmedabad campus No. of Seats
     
    Animation Film Design - 15
    Ceramic & Glass Design - 10
    Film & Video Communication - 15
    Furniture Design - 15
    Graphic Design - 15
    Product Design - 15
    Textile Design - 15
     
    Specializations offered in Bengaluru campus No. of Seats
     
    Design for Retail Experience - 15
    Digital Game Design - 15
    Information Design - 15
    Interaction Design - 15
    Universal Design - 15
     
    Specializations offered in Gandhinagar campus No. of Seats
     
    Apparel Design - 15
    Lifestyle Accessory Design - 15
    Strategic Design Management - 15
    New Media Design - 15
    Photography Design - 15
    Toy & Game Design - 10
    Transportation & Automobile Design - 15
     
    Bachelor of Design (B.Des.):-
     
    The four-year-long Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) programme is offered only at NID Ahmedabad in the following areas of specialisation:
     
    Faculty of Industrial Design:
     
    Ceramic & Glass Design (10 seats)
    Furniture Design (10 seats)
    Product Design (15 seats)
     
    Faculty of Communication Design:
     
    Animation Film Design (15 seats)
    Exhibition Design (10 seats)
    Film & Video Communication (10 seats)
    Graphic Design (15 seats)
     
    Faculty of Textile, Apparel & Lifestyle Accessory Design:
     
    Textile Design (15 seats)
     
    Graduate Diploma Programme in Design (GDPD)
     
    The four-year-long Graduate Diploma Programme in Design (GDPD) is offered at NID Vijayawada and NID Kurukshetra in the following areas of specialisation:
     
    1. Industrial Design
    2.Communication Design
    3.Textile & Apparel Design
     
    Eligibility 
     
    B.Des./GDPD:-
     
    Age Limit:
     
    Candidates upto 20 years of age on or before 30 June 2017 are eligible to apply (relaxable by three years for candidates belonging to reserved category).
    Indian nationals applying in the general category and candidates in overseas category born on or before 30 June 1997 are not eligible.
    Indian nationals in reserved category (OBC-NCL, SC, ST & PwD) born on or before 30 June 1994 are not eligible.
     
    Educational Qualification:-
     
    Applications for academic year 2017–18 are open to applicants who have passed or will appear for higher secondary (10+2) qualifying examinations in the academic year 2016–17 from any recognised board of education such as CBSE, IB, ICSE or their equivalent.
     
    Master of Design (M.Des.):-
     
    Age Limit:
     
    Candidates upto 30 years of age on or before 30 June 2017 are eligible to apply (relaxable by three years for candidates belonging to reserved category).
    Indian Nationals in the general category and candidates in overseas category born on or before 30 June 1987 are not eligible for admission.
    Indian Nationals in reserved category (OBC-NCL, SC, ST & PwD) born on or before 30 June 1984 are not eligible for admission.
     
    Educational Qualification:-
     
    Applicants must either have appeared for (results awaited), passed, or will be appearing for any of the following degree examinations before July 2017:
    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline under the 10+2+4 (or more) system, from any university or institute recognised by law in India.
    Diploma in design under the 10+2+4 system, from any university or institute recognised by law in India.
     
    OR
     
    Applicants must either have appeared for (results awaited) or passed, before July 2016, a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline under the 10+2+3 system from any university or institute recognised by law in India.
     
    Impoirtant Dates:-
     
    Admission Stage - Dates:-
     
    Apply online at website:- http://admissions.nid.edu
     
    Last date for submitting online application - 1400 hrs. on Monday, 28 November 2016
     
    Last date for submitting online application on payment of late fees (online payment via debit/ credit card only) - 1400 hrs. on Friday, 02 December 2016
     
    Last date for submitting printed application forms accompanied with a demand draft (to be sent via speed post, registered post or courier) - Friday, 02 December 2016
     
    Download Admit Cards for DAT Prelims - 1600 hrs. on Tuesday, 20 December 2016
     
    DAT Prelims Exam (M.Des., B.Des. and GDPD) - 1000 hrs. to 1300 hrs. on Sunday, 08 January 2017
     
    DAT Mains Exam for overseas candidates (Both M.Des. and B.Des.) - Monday, 09 January 2017 until Tuesday, 10 January 2017
     
    DAT Prelim results for M.Des. - 1600 hrs. on Tuesday, 07 February 2017
     
    Download Admit Cards for DAT Mains for M.Des. - 1600 hrs. on Tuesday, 14 February 2017
     
    DAT Prelim results for B.Des. and GDPD - 1600 hrs. on Tuesday, 28 February 2017
     
    Download Admit Cards for DAT Mains for B.Des and GDPD - 1600 hrs. on Tuesday, 07 March 2017
     
    DAT Mains for M.Des. in Ahmedabad Gandhinagar and Bengaluru - Monday, 13 March to Friday, 31 March 2017
     
    DAT Mains for B.Des. and GDPD in Ahmedabad - Monday, 15 May to Saturday, 20 May 2017
     
    Merit List 1 for M.Des - 1400 hrs. on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 
     
    Merit List 1 for B.Des. and GDPD -  1400 hrs. on Wednesday, 31 May 2017 
     
     
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