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IICD Jaipur announces UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs Admission 2016

Updated on Sat, 02 January 2016 at 17:14 IST

Indian Institute of Crafts and Design (IICD), Jaipur invites applications for admissions to UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs for the academic year 2016 - 17.

UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs is conducted by Indian Institute of Crafts and Design (IICD), Jaipur.

Courses Offered:

Under Graduate (UG) Professional Diploma Program Specialisation:
a) Soft Material Application: 25 Seats
b) Hard Material Application: 25 Seats
c) Fired Material Application: 25 Seats
d) Fashion Design: 25 Seats

Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)

Post Graduate (PG) Professional Diploma Program Specialisation:
a) Soft Material Specialisation: 20 Seats
b) Hard Material Specialisation: 20 Seats
c) Fired Material Specialisation: 20 Seats

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

Eligibility Criteria:

Interested candidates should fulfill following eligibility criteria:

Under Graduates (UG) Professional Diploma Programs:
=> 10+2 from a recognized board of education; students appearing in the qualifying exam are eligible to apply

Post Graduate (PG) Professional Diploma Programs:
=> Recognized Degree or Diploma in Architecture/Design, Fashion, Fine Art, Home Science in Textiles & Clothing; or

=> Artisan’s child/ward 5 years direct work experience in hereditary traditional crafts after successful passing of Senior Higher Secondary Board Exam; or

=> Graduates in any discipline with an aptitude towards crafts, fashion or design; students appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible

=> Candidates appearing for their qualifying exam can also apply; the admission will be provisional and subject to obtaining the defined eligibility latest by 31st October 2016

Application Procedure:

Candidates are advised to refer to official notifications /documents for detailed application procedure. IndCareer.com published details for informational purpose.

Completely filled up application form along with the important documents and Demand Draft should be sent to "The Admission Incharge, Indian Institute of Crafts & Design, J-8, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jhalana, Jaipur-302004" (Rajasthan)

Application form can be downloaded from official website of Indian Institute of Crafts and Design (IICD), Jaipur: www.iicd.ac.in

Fee Details:

The Admission Process Fee for Indian Candidates is Rs 1500/- (Rs One Thousand Five Hundred only) and for NRI/Foreign National Candidates are Rs 3000/- (Rs Three Thousand only)

Important Dates:

UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs Important dates section aims to list all important dates such as date of availability of form, last submission date, result date, counseling date, etc.

  • Registration starts: 23rd December 2015
  • Last Date of Submission of Application Form: 25th May 2016
  • Date of Examination UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs 2016: 29th May 2016
  • Declaration of UG & PG Professional Diploma Programs 2016 Results: 31st May 2016

Selection Process:

Results will be announced on 31st May 2016.

Contact Details

For more details please contact
Indian Institute of Crafts & Design (IICD), Jaipur
J-8, Jhalana Institutional Area,
Jaipur-302004
Rajasthan

Ph.: +91-141-2701203,

Email: [email protected]

Website www.iicd.ac.in

Indian Institute of Craft and Design (IICD), Jaipur
Indian Institute of Craft and Design (IICD) is a unique institution that is synergizing traditional knowledge and skills with contemporary needs to evolve methodologies that are relevant to modern India. Conceived as a nodal centre for excellence in Craft and Design it has programs in Education, Training & Outreach, Research and Documentation and Advisory & Consultancy services.Education in IICD is a hands-on experience that seeks to equip students with a thorough understanding of materials, technologies, skills and concepts along with exposure to the diversity of Indian culture.
 
 

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