B.Sc. (Interior Design Architecture)


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Duration : B.Sc Interior Design shall be a six semester full time programme extending to three academic years consisting of 90 working days of instruction for each semester (Admissions open for the batch 2020-21)

Eligibility: A candidate who has passed the 2 year Pre-University Examination conducted by the Pre-University Education Board in the State of Karnataka or any other examination considered as equivalent thereto by Srinivas University Or the below mentioned two examinations with an aggregate of 40% are eligible for admission to these programmes.

a. Three years Polytechnic Diploma in any branch conducted by Board of Technical Education and Examination of any State Government with aggregate of 40% marks.

b. Two years JOC programme conducted by Board of Vocational Education of any State Government with an aggregate 40% marks

Lateral Entry: Admission of Diploma holders to II year (III semester) Candidate who has passed Three years Polytechnic Diploma Examination conducted by the Board of Technical Education of any state in the following branches can be admitted to the second years (III semester) programme:
i. Diploma in Civil Engineering
ii. Diploma in Architecture

The Diploma candidates admitted directly shall be eligible only for class in each semester. However they shall not be eligible for overall class and ranking.

Admission process / criteria

All admissions shall be made through an entrance test conducted by appropriate body as approved by Srinivas University from time to time.

Scope of the course:

Interior design is the art and science in which the interiors of the building is transformed into more useful, aesthetically pleasing with the maximum utilization of the space for the end user. The need for Education of Interior Design to meet the developmental requirements and aspiration of the society which is rapidly growing. Adequate facilities for training of Interior Designers have become the matter of urgency

Interior Design education which calls for a creative approach must expose a student to the total environment and develop a philosophy consistent with the traditions, indigenous technology, social and economic needs of the people. The program structure helps the student to develop strong communication skills, knowledge of building and safety regulations, organizational and creative problem solving skills, business, finance, marketing, project management skills, and a flexible attitude which helps them to be a successful Interior Designer.

In-house Training

The objective of the In-house training is to expose the students to practical field of Design and Execution and to learn practical application of knowledge acquired , also prepare them as per Industry requirement. Students are required to gain practical experience for 12 to 16 weeks in the 6th semester. Training shall be done under Interior Designers / Architects / Furniture designers of their choice. Students will be learning Day to day office activities ,Client interactions , Preparing Working drawings & Presentation drawings , Computer aided Designing and Modeling , Preparing estimates, Material Purchases and Site execution etc. during their training period.

UG Course details along with syllabus content

Common course

1. English

2. Indian Constitution

3. Human Rights & Environmental studies

Common course

1. Fundamentals Of Design ( T)

2. Engineering Materials ( T)

3. Graphics ( T)

4. Theory Of Interior Design ( T)

5. Construction & Materials( T)

6. Art & Architecture ( T)

7. Environmental Design ( T)

8. Landscaping ( T)

9. Furniture Design ( T)

10. Building & Interior Services ( T)

11. Estimation & Specifications ( T)

12. Interior Perspectives ( T)

13. Professional Practice ( T)

14. Entrepreneurship ( T)

15. Cost Accounting ( T)

16. Project Management ( T)

17. Free Hand Drawing (P)

18. Building Components(P)

19. Modeling Workshop(P)

20. Site survey (P)

21. Geometrical Modeling (P)

22. Computer Aided Design(P)

23. Design Studio(P)

24. Soft Furnishing & Fitting ( P )

25. Electrical & Plumbing Drawing(P)

26. Material collection(P)

27. Presentation Techniques (P)

28. CAM (P)

29. In House Training(P)

30. Project Work(P)

Semester I Semester II  

English I

Indian Constitution

Fundamentals of Design

Engineering Materials

Graphics I

Freehand Drawing ( P)

Building Components I ( P)

Modeling Workshop ( P)

English II

Human Rights & Environmental Studies

Theory of Interior Design

Construction & Materials

Graphics II

Design Studio I (P)

Building components II (P)

Site Survey ( P)

Semester III  

Art & Architecture


Furniture Design’

Environmental Design

Design Studio II ( P)

Geometrical Modeling ( P)

Computer Aided Designing ( P)

Semester IV  

Project Management

Estimation & Specifications

Building & Interior Services

Interior Perspectives

Design Studio III ( P)

Soft Furnishing & Fitting ( P)

Electrical & Plumbing ( P )

Semester V  


Professional Practice

Cost Accounting

Presentation Techniques ( P )

Computer Aided Modeling ( P )

Material Collection & Seminar ( P )

Project I ( P )

Semester VI  

In house Training ( 12-16 weeks )

Project Work II ( P )