Interior Design

Best Interior Design Diploma Course in Bangladesh

Interior Design

Duration

1 Year

Reviews
4.5/5

Total Class

100

Current Batch - 35th

Upcoming Batch - 36th

Seat Left - 10

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Our Specialties

Experienced Faculty

Modern Standard Lab

Internship Opportunities

course overview

National Institute of Design Offers a Quality Interior design course in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This program integrates problem-solving abilities, aesthetics, technical skills, and communication skills in planning and designing interior spaces. The Interior Designer deals with the spaces inside buildings .aesthetically, functionally, psychologically, and economically.

An Interior Designer is much more than a decorator. He or she is a key contributor to the professional team and works in collaboration with architects, quantity surveyors, engineers, project managers, building contractors, and suppliers of products, from the design stage – to the final completion of the project.

Student Success Story

Course Modules

  • Architectural Graphics
  • Building Service (Engineering Services)
  • Auto CAD (2D)
  • 3D Max With Vray Rendering
  • Space Design-I
  • Design Fundamental
  • Color And Lighting
  • Materials
  • Furniture Design
  • Space Design-II & Model Making
  • Estimation & Costing
  • Photoshop and Illustrator

Admission is going on

Admission Fees – 2,000 BDT.

Course Fee: 65,000 BDT

When admission you have to pay a 5000 BDT advance tuition fee.

Monthly Installment – 5,000 BDT Only

Class Day: Friday & Saturday

Those who can do this course

Job Holder

Freelancer

Housewife

Students

Job Seeker

Business Holder

CAREER SUPPORT

After completing this course you will be able to do any kind of Interior Design-related job. And you can do your own business. Also, you can do a job as a Freelancing Interior Designer.

SOFTWARE

Adobe Photoshop

cad

AutoCad

3Ds Max

vray rendering

Our Expertise

Adobe Photoshop 100%
AutoCad 100%
3Ds Max 96%
Vray Rendering 90%

Our Honourable Faculties

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