B.Des.

4-year Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) with Multiple Exit Options as per NEP 2020, followed by a 2-year pick-&-choose                                                                        Master of Design (M.Des.) program. 

  • B.Des.(ID) + M.Des.(ID)/M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(FD) + M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(PD) + M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(GVC) + M.Des.(CD)/M.Des.(AV)

Eligibility criteria: Higher secondary (10+2) qualification or Diploma (10+3) completed from a recognized Educational Board or UGC-recognized Institution respectively, in any stream, with a minimum aggregate score of 45%.

  • ID – Interior Design
  • GVC – Graphics and Visual Communication
  • FD – Furniture Design
  • PD – Product Design
  • CD – Communication Design
  • AV – Animation & Visual Effects

A Step Ahead for Bright Future

– Passed the 10+2 examination conducted by a state of centrally recognized Board of education

– Holding 10+3 diploma approved by a state or central Board of Technical Education

– Intermediate or two-year Pre-University examination conducted by a Board or University recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.

– Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling with a minimum of five subjects.

– Any Public School, Board or University examination in India or in a foreign country recognized as equivalent to the 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

– H.S.C. vocational examination.

– General Certificate Education (GCE) examination (London, Cambridge or Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.

– High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University

– International Baccalaureate Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva

4-year Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) with Multiple Exit Options as per NEP 2020, followed by a 2-year pick-and-choose Master of Design (M.Des.) program.

  • B.Des.(ID) + M.Des.(ID)/M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(FD) + M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(PD) + M.Des.(PD)/M.Des.(FD)/M.Des.(CD)
  • B.Des.(GVC) + M.Des.(CD)/M.Des.(AV)

 

 

 

 

The following documents are to be produced at time of personal interview:

  1. SSC Examination (Std X) Mark-sheet
  2. HSC Examination (Std XII) Mark-sheet
  3. School Leaving Certificate or Transfer Certificate
  4. Diploma Examination Mark-sheet, if applicable
  5. Latest Passport Size Photograph of the applicants

Additional documents to be submitted by NRI/NRI sponsored category applicants:

  1. Proof of residence of sponsor (applicable to NRI sponsored applicant)
  2. Passport of self and his/her mother and / or father (applicable to NRI applicant)
  3. Affidavit from sponsoring person (applicable to NRI sponsored only)
  4. Equivalence Certificate from Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi (if an applicant has passed a qualifying examination from outside India)
  5. Any other relevant certificate
  1. Successful candidates will be made an offer of provisional admission to join the Faculty of Architecture Design & Planning at Ganpat University, subject to fulfilling minimum eligibility criteria. Candidates will be informed through e-mails provided in the online application form at every stage of admission.
  2. Applicants are therefore advised to check the updates on the website and their respective e-mail IDs at regular intervals. The institute will not be responsible for non-receipt or delay of any communication which is sent pat to the candidate’s e-mail ID provided in the admission application form.
  3. Provisional offer of admission will be valid only for the particular programme opted by the candidate in the given academic session.
No. Particulars  Amount
1 Tuition Fees 150000=00
2 University Enrolment (Per semester) Rs.1500=00
3 Examination Fees (Per semester) Rs.2000=00

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