Diploma in Interior Design Syllabus after 12th (2019)

Diploma in Interior Design Syllabus after 12th (2019) with Examination Marks

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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.
Semester wise Interior Design Course
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 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

Commercial Interior Space Design  by CAD CAM Centre  Goa
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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