Ceed Interior Design

Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED) is the national level examination conducted by IIT Bombay on behalf of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

CEED is a prerequisite examination for admission to M.Des and Ph.D. programmes in design and the scores are used for admission to M.Des courses in IISc BangaloreIIT BombayIIT GuwahatiIIT HyderabadIIT Kanpur and in many other institutions.

Recently I came up with a request from one my readers to write about “Interior Design Courses” and the career prospects of an interior designer. Though I know that it exists but, frankly speaking, I was not well-versed on the topic.

As I often write about freelance job opportunities, entrepreneurship skill development etc., I found this subject quite interesting. I decided to explore things much deeper and find out what’s there for my readers. I have explored some of the popular Design entrance exams and Interior design institutes that our readers can opt for their better career.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates those wish to apply for CEED examination must check all the eligibility conditions that are necessary to apply:

Qualifying Examination: Candidate must possess degree/diploma/postgraduate degree of 4 years or 3+2 years (after 10+2) OR Passed GD Arts Diploma programme (10+5).

Appearing Candidates: Candidates appearing the qualifying examination can also fill the CEED application form.

No Age Limit: There is no prescribed age limit to apply for CEED.

Number of Limits: Candidates can appear CEED any number of times.

What is Interior Design?

Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. An interior designer is someone who plans, coordinates, and manages such projects.

The term ‘Design’ itself, covers a wide range of courses and interior design course is one of those. The course aims to generate professionals who are specialized in interpreting and developing projects in different areas of interiors and enhancing the space in a more artistic and aesthetic way.

Career Prospect of an Interior Designer

Be it a diploma in interior designing or a degree, there is always a great demand for a professional interior designer in India and abroad. To get a reputed job you must have passed the professional course with a good rank from a reputed interior design institute.

After the completion of this course, you may join the firms which provide interior decoration services or you may also join the real estate business to work in the housing and society projects.

For high remuneration, you must have the creativity, drawing skills, problem-solving skills, client satisfaction skills, basic architectural skills, designing skills, knowledge of house enhancing products, and pleasing nature.

Exams for Pursuing Interior Design Courses

Since Interior Design Course is a special course of designing, you need to opt for the exams which will let you get admission in the institutions which offer Under Graduation OR Post Graduation degree or diploma in interior design courses in this field.

1) NID DAT Exam

2) IIAD Design Aptitude Test

3) CEED (Common Entrance Examination for Design)

4) UCEED (Undergraduate Common Entrance Examination for Design)

5) AIEED (All India Entrance Exam for Design)

6) Pearl Academy Entrance Exam

Some Interior Design Institutes of India

  1. National Institute of Design (NID)
  2. Sai School of Interior Design
  3. Sir JJ School of Art
  4. Arch Academy of Design
  5. IILM School of Design
  6. Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology
  7. CEPT University
  8. Shri Devi College of Interior Designing
  9. Exterior Interiors Pvt. Ltd
  10. Exterior Interiors Pvt. Ltd
  11. College of Architecture

Interior Design Courses Fee

Interior designing is one of the most popular professions in the world and has huge prospects for the aspiring candidates. The interior design courses fee varies from institution to institution and from courses to courses.

The cheapest of them are the diploma courses provided by some of the deemed institutions and the most expensive of them are the degree courses offered by some the international private institutions.

Though the interior design courses fee may even hit a whopping “6 lac a year” for certain institutions, the remunerations that you will receive after being an established interior designer is beyond imagination.