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DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN (D.I.D.) (ONE YEAR)
Course/ Syllabus

Diploma in Interior Design

  1.  Name of the Course :-Diploma in Interior Design
  2. Eligibility :- 10+2
  3. Duration :- One Year (Full Time)
  4. Course Timing :- Monday to Saturday
  5. Medium of Teaching :- Hindi / English.

Admission Procedure :- By written and oral Exam.
Diploma In Interior Design

Marks
Sl. No.
Paper Code
Paper Name
External
Internal
Total Marks

1ST SEMESTER



1
DID-101
Residential Interior Space Design
75
25
100
2
DID-102
Building Materials - I
75
25
100
3
DID-103
Drawing and Graphics
75
25
100
4
DID- 104
Commercial Interior Space Design –
75
25
100
5
DID-105
Project - I -Residential Interior Space Design –
75
25
100

2ND SEMESTER



6
DID-106
Project - II -Commercial Interior Space Design –
75
25
100
7
DID-107
Building Services - I
75
25
100
8
DID-108
Professional Practice-I
75
25
100
9
DID-109
Practical – I Drawing and Graphics
75
25
100
10
DID-110
Practical – II Building Construction
75
25
100




Total
1000

Detailed Syllabus for PG Diploma (DID) - Interior Design

 Interior Designing Course Goa


1. Residential Interior Space Design (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-101
Residential Interior Space Design

Unit No. 1: Introduction of Design
Unit No. 2: Elements of Design
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design
Unit No. 4: Introduction of Interior Design
Unit No. 5: Standard Dimensions of Living Room Furniture Unit No. 6: Dining Area Furniture
Unit No. 7: Bedroom Furniture
Unit No. 8: Kitchen Furniture
Unit No. 9: Bathroom / Toilet (Sanitary Wares)
Unit No. 9: Measurement Plan
Unit No. 10: Bubble Diagram and Furniture Layout
Unit No. 11: Interior Elevations of Walls
Unit No. 12: Planning of Living Room
Unit No. 13: Planning of Dining Area
Unit No. 14: Planning of Bedroom
Unit No. 15: Planning of Kitchen
Unit No. 16: Planning of Bathroom
Unit No. 17: Planning of the Circulation Space
Unit No. 18: Flooring Layout
Unit No. 19: False Ceiling
Unit No. 20: Electrical Layout
Unit No. 21: Room Orientation

2. Building Materials - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-102

Unit No. 1: Brick:
Qualities of good brick, Field test, Terminology, Precautions to be taken in bricklaying & size.
Unit No. 2: Stone:
Classification, Qualities of good stone Laying Dressing Different textures and applications.
Unit No. 3: Sand:
Types and application
Unit No. 4: Timber:
Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior, Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.
Unit No. 5: Cement:
Types, Field test for cement Application of cement
Types Application
Unit No. 6: Lime:
Types Application, Application in Interior Design
Unit No. 7: Concrete:
Types Application, Precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.
Unit No. 8: Glass:
Types Applications of glass in various interiors.
Varnishes: Types and applications in various interiors.
Unit No. 9: Hardware:
Types and application

3: Drawings and Graphics (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-103

Unit No. 1: Draftsman ship
1. Introduction to Draftsmanship
2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client
3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams

Unit No. 2: Drafting Tools and techniques

1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle – handling paper and pencil.
2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms – Drawing aids.
3. Drafting mediums – Tracing papers, tracing cloth, watercolor paper, sketch
Paper, vellum and polyester film
Unit No.3: Basics of Drawing

1. Measurements
2. Lines – Types of lines and lines thickness
3. Lettering – Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
4. Dimensioning – Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines
5. Drawing and drawing methods
6. Geometrical figures
7. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
8. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.

Unit No. 4: Architectural Drawing

Architectural Drawing Interior Designing Course Goa

1. Orthographic and isometric Projection
2. Perspective Projection – one point and two point Free Hand
3. Sciography – Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques
4. Rendering and Colouring
5. Presentation Drawing, Perspective Projection

4: Commercial Interior Space Design Portfolio & Viva Voce (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-104

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Unit No. 1: Introduction to design
Unit No. 2: Standard dimensions of office furniture
Unit No. 3: Waiting area furniture
Unit No. 4: Office table computer work furniture
Unit No. 5: Staff cabin furniture
Unit No. 6: Office files storage and cabinets
Unit No. 7: Common areas
Unit No. 8: Main cabins
Unit No. 9: Conference room
Unit No. 10: Pantry area
Unit No. 11: Canteen
Unit No. 12: WCs
Unit No. 13: Store room
Unit No. 14: Planning of the circulation space
Unit No. 15: Planning of office

5: Residential Interior Space Design- Project -I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-105

Residential Interior Space Design  by CAD CAM Training Center Goa
Unit No. 1: Design brief
Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design – 3 sheets
Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1
Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1
Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram – (5 sheets)
Unit No. 7: Concept of Design (write-up)
Unit No. 8: Furniture layout
Unit No. 9: Elevation – (12 Sheets)
Unit No. 10: Flooring layout
Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout
Unit No. 12: Electrical layout
Unit No. 13: Plumbing layout
Unit No. 14: A/C layout
Unit No. 15: Perspective – (10 Sheets)
Unit No. 16: Perspective of external facade
Unit No. 17: Material Chart
Unit No. 18: Estimate
Unit No. 19: Model

6: Commercial Interior Space Design- Project - II (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-106
Commercial Interior Space Design in Goa

Unit No. 1: Design brief
Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3
Unit No. 3: Principles of Design – 3 sheets
Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1
Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1
Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram – (5 sheets)
Unit No. 7: Concept of Design (write-up)
Unit No. 8: Furniture layout
Unit No. 9: Elevation – (12 Sheets)
Unit No. 10: Flooring layout
Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout
Unit No. 12: Electrical layout
Unit No. 13: Perspective – (10 Sheets)
Unit No. 14: Material Chart
Unit No. 15: Estimate
7: Building Services - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-107
Unit No. 1: Sanitary Fixtures and Fittings
Unit No. 2: Building Drainage System
Unit No. 3: Acoustics
Unit No. 4: Air Conditioning
Unit No. 5: Termite proofing, waterproofing

8: Professional Practice - I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-108
Unit No. 1: Estimate
Unit No. 2: Office letter writing
Unit No. 3: Role of Designer
Unit No. 4: Role of Indian Institute of Interior Designers
9: Drawing and Graphics – Practical -I (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-109
Note: The Portfolio should cover sheet from all the chapters mentioned below:

Unit No. 1: Draftsman ship
1. Introduction to Draftsmanship
2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client
3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams

Unit No. 2: Drafting Tools and techniques
1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle – handling paper and pencil.
2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms – Drawing aids.
3. Drafting mediums – Tracing papers, tracing cloth, watercolor paper, sketch
Paper, vellum and polyester film.

Unit No. 3: Basics of Drawing
1. Measurements
2. Lines – Types of lines and lines thickness
3. Lettering – Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
4. Dimensioning – Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines
5. Drawing and drawing methods
6. Geometrical figures

Unit No. 4: Architectural Symbols
1. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
2. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.

Unit No. 5: Architectural Drawing
1. Orthographic and isometric Projection
2. Perspective Projection – one point and two point Free Hand
3. Sciography – Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques
4. Rendering and Colouring
5. Presentation  Drawing, Perspective Projection
10: Building Materials - Practical - II (Marks 100) Paper Code – DID-110
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Unit No. 1: Brick:
Qualities of good brick, Field test, Terminology,
Precautions to be taken in bricklaying & size.

Unit No. 2: Stone:
Classification, Qualities of good stone Laying Dressing Different textures and applications.
Types and application

Unit No. 3: Timber:
Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior,
Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.

Unit No.4: Cement:
Types, Field test for cement Application of cement

Unit No. 5: Lime:
Types Application
Application in Interior Design

Unit No. 6: Concrete:
Types Application precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.

Unit No.7: Glass:
Types Applications of glass in various interiors.
Varnishes: Types and applications in various interiors.

Unit No. 8: Hardware:
Types and application

What is the eligibility for interior designing courses?
The eligibility required for interior design course is at least completed 10+2. 
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ETABS Program Description Objective, ETABS menu commands, Time Saving Options, Templates and Defaults, Basic process, Forms.



ETABS “Screen”

The ETABS Window, Main title Bar, Menu Bar, Toolbars and Buttons, Model Explorer, Display Windows, Display Title Tab, Status Bar, Working Plane Drop-Down List, Mouse Pointer Position Coordinates, Drawing & Selection Drop- down List, Coordinate System Drop-Down List, Currents units, file operation, edit, view, define, draw, select, assign, analyze, Display, design, detailing, options.

Basic modes, Drawing tools, mouse pointers
Objective, select or draw.

Begin a model
Objective, create the basic grid system, grid dimensions( Plan)- Define a grid system, story dimensions- define story data.

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Create the structural model
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Select structural objects
Objectives, selecting, graphical selection options, selecting by coordinates, selecting by features, deselect command, invert selection command, get previous selections commands.

Assign/Change Properties
Objective, assign the AUTOLATBM, Auto select selection list, make an assignment as the object is drawn, make an assignment using the model explorer.

Load the structural model
Objective, Structural loads, define the load patterns, auto lateral load, self-weight multiplier, modify an existing load pattern, delete an existing load pattern, define shell uniform load sets, assign structural loads.

Define load cases
Objective, Review/create load cases

Edit the model Geometry
Objective, editing options,

Analyze the model
Objective, set the mesh options, model analyses, model alive feature, locking and unlocking the model.

Design
Objective, design the structure.

Detailing
Objective, detailing process, references, rebar selection rules, start detailing, edit views, create and manage drawing sheets,

Display results
Objective, Obtain basic graphical displays, graphical displays using model explorer, tabular display of results, generate results, Objective, summary report, print graphics, export results.

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  • Resource Leveling , Resource Curves
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  • Creating Models, Structures, Graphical Interface,
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  • How to Specify Material Constants
  • How to Specify Supports
  • How to Specify Loads
  • How to Specify Analysis Type
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  • Concrete Framed Structure
  • Modeling and Analysis of a Slab
  • Interoperability Feature
  • Interactive Design Information 
  • Creating Models Using Graphical Interface 
  • Performing Analysis and Designing 
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  • Viewing Post Post -Processing 
  • Strees Contours 
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Diploma in Civil Design Syllabus India
  1. Floor Plan Drawing
  2. Elevation Drawing
  3. Section Drawing
  4. Roof Plan
  5. Site Plan
  6. Location Plan 
  7. Schedule Statement
  8. Area Statement
  9. Printing

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  2. Applying Materials
  3. Rendering 
  4. Make Images 
  5. Make Videos(Walkhtrough)

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  2. Beam Design
  3. Column Design
  4. Staircase Design
  5. Footing Design
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- The Revit architecture User Interface
- The Design Bar
- Guidelines for using the user Interface
 CREATING AND MODIFYING LEVELS
- About Levels 
- Defining Levels
- Guidelines for Creating and Modifying Levels
- Exercise: Create and Modify Levels
 WORKING WITH GRIDS
- Process of Creating and Modifying Grid Lines
- Guidelines for Creating and Modifying Grids
- Exercise: Create Column Grids
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- Creating Walls in a Floor Plan
- About Temporary Dimensions
- About Drawing Aids
- Guidelines for Placing Walls
ADDING AND MODIFYING WALLS
- About Wall Properties
- Modifying Walls / Joins
- Editing and Preventing Wall Joins
- Guidelines for adding and Modifying Wall
 WORKING WITH COMPOUND AND VERTICALLY COMPOUND WALLS
- About Modifying Compound Walls
- Inserting and Modifying Layers
- About Vertically Compound Walls
- Guidelines for Creating vertically compound Wall
USING EDITING COMMANDS
- Edit Tools Toolbar
- Guidelines for Using Editing Tools
WORKING WITH DOORS
- Process of Adding and Modifying Door
- Creating a new Door Type
- Guidelines for Working with Doors
- Exercise: Add Doors
 ADDING AND MODIFYING WINDOWS
- Overview
- Process of Adding and Modifying Windows
- Guidelines for Adding and Modifying Windows
- Exercise: Add Windows to Building Model
 ADDING AND MODIFYING COMPONENT FAMILIES
- About Component Families
- Adding Components
- About Modifying Components Families
- Creating and Modifying Components Families
- Guidelines for Adding and Modifying Components Families
 MANAGING VIEWS 
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- View Templates
- Guidelines for Working with Views
- Exercise: Explore Views Modify View Properties
 CONTROLLING OBJECT VISIBLITY
- Object Visibility Setting
- Modifying line styles
- About User-Defined Filters
- Guidelines for Controlling Object Visibility
- Exercise: Control Object Visibility
 WORKING WITH SELECTION AND ELEVATION VIEWS
- About Selection Views / Elevation Views
- Guidelines for creating Selection and Elevation Views
- Exercise: Create and Modifying Selection and Elevation Views
 CREATE AND MODIFYING 3D VIEWS
- About 3D Views About Cameras
- Create and Modifying Cameras Views
- Guidelines for creating and modifying 3D Views
- Exercise: Creating 3D Perspective and 3D Orthographic Views 
 WORKING WITH DIMENSIONS
- About Temporary Dimensions
- About Permanent Dimensions
- Guidelines for Working with Dimensions
- Exercise: Work with Dimensions
APPLYING AND REMOVING CONSTRAINTS
- About Constraints
- Applying and Removing Constraints
- Guidelines for Applying Constraints
- Exercise: Applying Constraints
CREATING AND MODIFYING FLOORS 
- About Floors 
- Modifying Floors
- Guidelines for Creating Modifying Floors
 WORKING WITH CEILINGS
- About Ceilings
- Modifying Ceilings
- Guidelines for Adding Modifying Ceilings
 ADDING AND MODIFYING ROOFS 
- About Roofs / Modifying Roofs
- Process of sketching Roofs
- Guidelines for Adding Modifying Roofs
 CREATING CURTAIN WALLS
- About Curtain Wall
- About curtain Grids and Mullions Creating Curtain Wall and Modifying Curtain Grids
- Guidelines for Creating Curtain Walls, Grids, and Mullions
CREATING CALLOUT VIEWS
- Creating Reference Callouts
- Guidelines for Creating Callouts
 WORKING WITH TEXT AND TAG
- About Text about Tags
- Guidelines for Working with Text and Tags
- Exercise: Work With Text and Tags
 WORKING WITH DETAIL VIEWS
- About Detail Views / Creating Detail Views
- Process Of saving and Reusing a Detail View
- Guidelines for saving and Reusing a Detail View

WORKING WITH DRAFTING VIEWS 
- About Drafting Views
- Process Of  Reusing a Drafting View
- Exercise: Create Drafting Views
- Exercise: Import a View and a CAD File
 CREATING AND MODIFYING SCHEDULES 
- About Schedules / Schedules Properties
- Exporting Schedule
- Modifying Schedule Files
- Guidelines for Cresting and Modifying Schedule
- Exercise: Create a Door Schedule and a Door Hardware key Schedule
- Exercise: Modify The Appearance  Shed