Building are a combination of spaces. Scapes evoke feelings, emotions and memories. Creating spaces that are integral to the building's fabric whilst encouraging movement in, around and through individual spaces, to create a lasting impression is a challenge for an interior designer.

The Interior design Programme is about creating beyond decoration which combine practicality, sustainablity and beauty to achieve the specific aims of a project. Interior design is an exciting, growing field where creative individuals with an eye for detail can influence human interaction and improve quality of life in the built environment.




Excellence in design education, enable sustainable endeavors for societal well-being.



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Develop core competencies of design and professionalism to address societal and environmental concerns.

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Enable experiential learning and community engagement to create inclusive and sustainable design.

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Provide international platform for interdisciplinary learning and collaborative research




Graduates will apply the knowledge to design spaces considering environmental and user needs.


Graduates with core competence in critical thinking and technology will apply theory into practice.


Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities and communication skills, exhibit high professional ethics and work effectively in a team.


Graduates will engage in lifelong learning, research, pursue higher education and adapt to changing trends.



PO 1

Interior Design Knowledge:?Apply the knowledge of space planning, material technology, building services and user

psychology to design projects holistically.

PO 2

Problem Analyses:?Identify interior environment issues, analyze and synthesize human experiences and behavior patterns and apply findings to design solutions.

PO 3

Design and development of strategies:?Design solutions that meet the specified user needs with appropriate consideration for user well-being and experience.

PO 4

Conduct investigation of complex issues: Use research based knowledge and methods to analyse, synthesize and interpret data to generate appropriate design solutions.

PO 5

Modern tool usage:?Identify, select and apply appropriate tools and technology for understanding and designing the interior environment.

PO 6

Interior Designer and society:?Assess the societal, health, safety, legislative and cultural issues through the knowledge

and skills gained for delivering responsibilities relevant to the Interior Design profession.

PO 7

Environment Sustainability:?Understand the impact of interior design on society and environment and demonstrate

the knowledge through sustainable interiors.

PO 8

Ethics:?Apply principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities of design profession.

PO 9

Individual and teamwork:?Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.

PO 10

Communication:?Communicate effectively with various stakeholders of the project to comprehend, document and write reports, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.


PO 11

Project management and finance:?Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Interior Design and management principles in individual practice as a member and a leader in a team to manage projects in multi-disciplinary


PO 12

Lifelong learning:?Ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning, recognizing the need and technological advancements.



Key Dates & Deadlines


Apr 15 24

Apr ' 24

Last date to Apply


Tentative Course Commencement Date


3 Years (6 semesters).



Libraries give students access to study resources, digital and print

Student Housing

Student hostels are their homes away from homes

Innovation Centre

State-of-the-art Innovation Centre facilitates multi-disciplinary research

Sports & Fitness

Marena has world-class facilities with courts for badminton, tennis, soccer & squash, as well as a well-equipped gymnasium