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Q1. Why did you choose design as a career ?

Hi!

At a more individual level, it is one of the most satisfying careers. There is nothing more fulfilling than to see your creation come to life, and design gives you that opportunity everyday. Designers are constantly creating and executing their ideas.

Choosing design as a career was definitely a great choice to make .

It’s a vast field to deal with these days, and definitely provides ‘n’ number of options in future!

Unlike any other field it doesn’t bound ones brain to books but gives an open choice to make about what we want and what we shall do providing us the breeze of freedom !

Design is becoming increasingly popular, and since society is evolving to incorporate technology, design will become more prominent in upcoming years.Design is everywhere it surrounds our physical and virtual spaces. By studying design you are aligning with one of the most prominent aspects of the society, and you ll learn about the diversity of the creative industry and how extensive its reach is.

There are various specialisations in design: Fashion design, Interior design , jewellery design , textile design , graphic design , and many more.

.Being a CEO at International school of design – Baner & CEO AT MIDST INTERIORS which is one of the top design college for persuing career in design industry at Pune in India.




Q2. Where do you visualise yourself five years from now?

“Well I’m really excited by this position at  International school of design & Midst Interiors ,  because in five years, I’d like to be seen as someone with deep expertise in the Design sector, and I know that’s something that I’ll have an opportunity to do here. I’m also really excited to take on more managerial responsibilities in the next few years and potentially even take some Best projects. I’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing Partners ( Mrs. Dhwani Sanghavi – CEO at MIDST INTERIORS ), and so developing into a great manager myself is something I’m really excited about.”


Q3. Whom do you consider your mentor/Guru and why?

In my considered opinion, there cannot be unique principles of learning across institutes of higher education . not excluding the prescriptive models, international school of design has constructed its philosophy of progressive thinking.The institute creates encouragement about the prospects of non-predictable thinking systems. we have adopted this approach both as a mindset and as a methodology, allowing students to realize the true potential of education as a development tool. minimizing the constraints in good learning, we encourage students to ‘think differently’ within a pragmatic frame. We have boldly explored the fusion of the articulated and the unarticulated styles in education. we have re-engineered design thinking, technological innovation and business strategy to develop a distinctive approach that accentuates the skills and qualities that inherently drive academic excellence. 

From my perspective, working with a mentor is making a big difference and having a huge positive impact on my career and skills.

Here’s why…

1. Opens Doors

2. Empowers you

3. Enables you to focus on your goals

4. Helps you in challenges

5. Professional Networking

6. Design shortcuts and tools

7. How to tell Good vs Bad design

8. Discover new opportunities

Other than improving your design skills, there are so many other opportunities such as attending conferences, talks, events or joining a design board, a new team, helping set design standards and more. There is so much you can do outside of work that can help you grow professionally. And, your mentor might be someone a lot of people contact or keep close ties with and so when he/she comes across an opportunity that may benefit you, they would let you in on it or you could always check with them when you want to get involved.

But, it is also good to not get too defensive because sometimes the designs or work might actually need some improvement and by being too defensive, you wouldn’t get better at it or would turn a deaf ear to other person’s ideas or points.

Hope you find your design mentor soon!

And you will find the world’s best Mentors at International school of design – Baner , Pune .

Who will guide you through out your life..



Q4. What is the basic theme of your designing and why?

INSD was established with an idea to create a place where young creative minds will have the freedom to pursue their imaginations.

More than a college, it is an environment, an eco-system that allows raw talent to brush itself up in the right way. It’s an incubator for creativity.

We do not teach design. Every student brings their own skillsets. We just nurture an open access environment where possibilities are limitless. After an immersive hands-on experience at INSD, students emerge as confident creative thinkers and designers.

At the heart of it all, are our students – the artists, designers, the makers. Bringing diverse interests and unique perspectives, they share a desire to be challenged and inspired. To learn from the past and shape the future.

So if you are one of those lateral thinkers who always ask ‘why not’, who have it in them to challenge the established norms and question the conventional, then INSD is the place for you. Go through our courses on offer and see what suits you best for bringing out that tiger in you that is raring and roaring to go.

Take your first step towards glory. It all begins here. Belong to the future with INSD.

  • National award Winner for best college in India
  • Ultra modern infrastructure
  • Centres across India
  • Over 30 Placement & training partners
  • International Connections for Advanced Training
  • Regular fashion shows and events every year
  • EXPLORING NEWER DIMENSIONS





FASHION DESIGN



The Fashion Design Courses department has been instrumental in bringing about a paradigm shift in design perception of India. It works closely with fashion industry in order to evolve a unique fashion identity universally relevant and acceptable, for a global audience. With a three – pronged approach, the program is strengthened with an increased relevance to the fashion industry in India and with a mission to create a global identity in design. This program is designed to offer students with an understanding of Fashion Design Courses skill needed in today’s fashion industry. To stay at the cutting-edge, students need innovation design skills, familiarity with the global fashion and design scene-plus your own brand of creativity. This course is unique because it combines practical workshops with intellectual studies in design, culture and technology. By the end of two years, students would be able to have created their own mini-collections. Holistic inputs on generic design with focused approach towards apparel inculcate the ability to develop and channelize creativity. The curriculum hones design sensitization, which balances global fashion aesthetics with an Indian soul. it addresses needs of the export market as well as both couture & pre-a porter clothing in India, expanding and categorizing apparel design into niche segments. in tandem with the shifts in the industry where design has become even more significant, the students are trained to anticipate and address relevant concerns and issues. A logical, sequential, hands-on experience enables students to conceptualize designs, make patterns, drape and construct garments of impeccable quality.


The approach of the course is creative, artistic, and intuitive as well as technical in design. The interior designers through the research and analysis of the changes in the contemporary way we live, plans a space that creates a style story, where the use of color and light helps to evoke a seductive mood. At INSD the students study the elements and principles of design, the history, theory and philosophy, and the sociological and psychological aspects of space provided for the groundwork of all good interior design. They lead to in depth study of the technical, graphic, design process and studio techniques required to solve the design problems of today’s complex interiors. General design principles are applied to specific interiors including restaurants, hotels, houses, offices, places of entertainment, shops and more. Combining your artistic sense with a technical proficiency, students will develop a firm foundation in color and position, drafting, drawing and critical thinking.


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