Ans: We have three courses, they are as follows:
  1. Diploma in Professional Interior Design – 1 year
  2. Advance Diploma in Professional Interior Design – 2 years
  3. Bachelor In Interior Design – 3 years( Under MAKAUT)
Ans: The George Telegraph group has a placement cell, which keeps in touch with the industry related interiors. We provide 100 % placement assistance to all the successful candidates.
Ans: Yes, It is recognized by the Government.
Ans: Yes we do. Site visits & Internships are part of our training programme.
Ans: We don't provide hostel accommodation. However, we help our students in finding hostel accommodation.
Ans: Yes, we do. But the decision solely depends upon the management,depending on merit and financial condition of the student.
Ans: No, we don't have any reservation for SC/ST/OBC.
Ans: Three classes of two hours each are held every week.
Ans: Yes, there are provisions for weekend classes.
Ans: We have partnered with " BAJAJ FINSERV" . Students can also pay their fees in flexible instalments.
Ans: The candidate must be 10+2 appeared/passedand there is no upper age limit for joining the course.
Ans: All the faculties are from the Industry, they have more than 10 to 15 years of experience in their respective fields.
Ans: No, not at all. Any candidate can learn Interior Designing without any knowledge of drawing.
Ans: Both are equally important to learn Interior Design programme.
Ans: Application software like Autocad& 3Ds max are essential to learn Interior Design courses.
Ans: Every Institute has restricted time frame but the mentioned course is a professional course. Since it is a creative field, so creativity can be nurtured by devoting more practise time.
Ans: The minimum pay package will be 10k, but it may vary from company to company.
Ans: Yes, the institute will provide practical exposure /live project through which anyone can develop practical skill.
Ans: Every alternate month, GIID arranges for a "guest lecture" session.
Ans: Yes. The candidate must have adequate knowledge about products & material.
Ans: Estimation is an important topic to understand in an interior design course, without knowing estimation the course will remainincomplete.We train in such a manner so that you learn the mathematics and the procedure for estimation.
Ans: Interior design needs you to develop your creative skill, so quality time has to be devoted to be a successful Interior designer.
Ans: Yes, the Institute providesstudy materials and information regarding reference books.
Ans: Yes, GIID has library facility.
Ans: We use English, Hindi and also Bengali (if required) at the time of training.
Ans: No, candidates from any stream of class xii board can join.
Ans: There are several companies that recruit candidates after successful completion of the courses. Some of the renowned names among them are – Studio W.B, Chadha Interiors, Agarwal &Agarwal, Asian-Paints, Louis Berger, Home Town, Godrej Interior, Irony Furniture, J & S Interior Pvt ltd, Century Ply, and CESC etc.
Ans: Yes, candidates must have basic knowledge of computer to learn the software.
Ans: Our course fees are competitive and affordable.
Ans: No, we don't. The students have to purchase the required equipments on their own.
Ans: Mostly one month, but internship duration depends upon the company. Stipend, depend on the managerial decision of the company.