NID Coaching in Delhi

February 7, 2018 | By Gagan Kumar | Filed in: Education.

 

What is NID?

NID stands for National institute of design is the best Indian institute for product designing, product concept development & design innovation. It is well known even outside India. NID institute teach you about design & art, aesthetic sense & extracts of design engineering as well. So it is basically centered on product development.

The National Institute of Design (NID) is a design school in Ahmedabad, India. NID is recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research under Ministry of Science and Technology, government of India, as a scientific and industrial design research organization.

The NID institute has now six active campuses, three of which opened in 2015 and later.

Name Established State/UT
National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad (“Heritage Campus”) 1961 Gujarat
National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar 19 July 2004 Gujarat
National Institute of Design R&D Campus, Bengaluru 31 March 2006 Karnataka
National Institute of Design, Vijayawada 7 September 2015 Andhra Pradesh
National Institute of Design, Kurukshetra 2016 Haryana
National Institute of Design, Jorhat 2015 Assam


How to Apply

If you want to get the admission in these National Institute of Design campuses then you will need to crack the NID entrance exam which is known as DAT (Design Aptitude Test). It is one of the most reputed entrance for design aspirants in India. There is no specified syllabus for NID entrance test.

Here is the process of apply for NID entrance test:-

  • The applicant can download the application form from NID’s admission dedicated website- http://admissions.nid.edu/NIDA2018/default.aspx
  • Once you have filled the application form, you must post/personally handover the completed application form with a Demand Draft drawn on any nationalized bank in favor of ‘National Institute of Design’ (Rs.1500 for General and Rs.750 for reserved categories like SC/ST and PH).
  • Applicants will receive the hall ticket/call letter somewhere in the month of December for entrance test.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Des– A General category candidate shouldn’t be more than 20 years old and this age limit can be extended to another 3 years for Reserved categories.
  • Des– A General category candidate shouldn’t be more than 30 years old and this age limit can be extended to another 3 years for Reserved categories.

Entrance Exam

Design Aptitude Test (DAT) which is also popularly known as the National Entrance Examination for Design (NEED) is one of the most regarded entrance exams for design in India and also one of the most difficult ones along with IDC’s CEED.

There is no particular syllabus to prepare for DAT or NEED and the questions are framed on basic topics like Communication Skills, Composition, Creativity, Drawing Skills, General Mental Ability, Sensitivity to Environment and Subjects of Design.

Both B.Des and M.Des Design Aptitude Tests (DAT) comprise of two phases, the first being a written test and Phase 2 being a Studio Test

B.Des

Phase 1: This 3 hour test is for 100 marks and the questions are both visual and textual in type. The test is conducted to gauge the candidate’s aptitude for Design Problem Solving, Visual Sense, Observation & Perception, Environmental Awareness, Mental Ability and Communication Skills.

Phase 2: Phase 2 comprises of a Studio Test followed by Personal Interview and Portfolio Presentation. The Studio Test is further divided into 3 parts- Doodling, 3D Modeling and Observation Test.

M.Des

Phase 1: This 3 hour test is for 100 marks and consists of two parts, both of 1.5 hour time duration. Part A is a Common Foundation Paper for 40 marks and Part B is a Specialization Paper for 60 marks. The test is conducted to gauge the candidate’s aptitude for Design Problem Solving, Visual Sense, Observation & Perception, Environmental Awareness, Mental Ability and Communication Skills.

Phase 2: Phase 2 comprises of a Studio Test followed by Personal Interview and Portfolio Presentation. The Studio Test is further divided into 3 parts- Doodling, 3D Modeling and Observation Test.

Exam Centers

According to NID’s website both B.Des and M.Des exams are conducted in 12 exam centers as of now. The list goes as follows: Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai and Nagpur.

NID Coaching Centers in Delhi

NID entrance exam coaching comprises preparation for both written NID entrance exam paper and studio test of NID entrance, coaching pattern is derived on the basis of previous NID exam pattern.

There are number of NID coaching centers available in delhi who prepares the applicant for DAT Entrance test. Here is the list of few NID coaching in delhi:-

  • iMADE Creative Studio Laxmi Nagar, Delhi
  • Teachwell Professional Studies Institute Pvt. Ltd. Pitampura, Delhi
  • My Design Studio Mayur Vihar Phase 1, Delhi
  • The Exam Guru Rohini, Delhi
  • Universal Educart L.L.P. South Extension Part I, Delhi
  • Pahal Design South Extension Part I, Delhi
  • Pahal Design Pitampura, Delhi

 

 

I'm Gagan Kumar, professional blogger/writer and writing content for blog IndiaCreations.in. Here I'm sharing the interesting facts & information will help the people.My hobbies are traveling & play the online game.

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