MIT Art, Design Technology University Direct Admission
MIT Art, Design and Technology University, Pune is established under the MIT Art, Design and Technology University Act, 2015 (Mah Act No. XXXIX of 2015). The University is in operation from 27th June 2016 and has been awarded with ‘Best University Campus’ award at 10th National Education Excellence Awards, 2017, by ASSOCHAM. The University is non-affiliating university, situated at Rajbaug Campus, Loni Kalbhor, Pune-Solapur Highway, Pune, India. The University is self-financed University empowered to award the degrees under section 22 of the University Grants Commission Act 1956.
Art and Design provides opportunities to develop aesthetic understanding, creativity and visual awareness, knowledge and appreciation. It encourages candidates to use a range of media and technology to understand, appreciate and respond to their world…
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MAEER’s MIT Institute of Design established in 2006 is an initiative started under the guidance of today’s leading minds of design education in India. In a span of 10years the institute has developed its identity as one of the best research and training institution of highest international quality.
MITID is a constituent of “MIT ART DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY” (Established by Government of Maharashtra by MITADT University Act No. XXXIX of 2015)
In pursuance of one of our future aspirations, we at the MAEER’s MIT Institute of Design added a further dimension to the programmes of design learning at our campus. The concept of Design Habitat is in fact a logical and organic extension of our stated philosophy that ensures a total generalist ambience to enable design learning. It would evolve as an overarching concept around the functional framework of the Design Institute which remains an integral component of the Habitat.
It is into this kind of stimulating and inspirational environment that mentors from various design related disciplines are invited to interact with the design learners and challenge their young minds to explore newer territories that should complement and reinforce their ongoing design learning.
The mentors would ensure that the level of interaction is such that it eventually leads to a learning that is comprehensive, sustained and focused in depth, and directly or indirectly design related.
USP of MITID
- 1200 design students
- 3 verticals…Industrial, Communication, Fashion
- 10 B.Des programs
- 10 M.Des programs
- 60 plus full time faculty members
- 50 plus visiting faculty from India and abroad
- 15 plus International collaborations
- 200 plus Industry on board
- 1000 capacity twin sharing hostel facility
- 125 acres of residential campus
- Provides placements with reputed companies with average CTC upto 8 LPA for the year 2015
- Scholarship provided to deserving entrants
- Collaboration and tie-ups with industry and reputed international universities with under graduate courses and for student exchange programs
- Access to extensive studio and workshop facility for better learning
Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
Product Design: (B.Des.)
The Product Design programme enable the learners to understand the various approaches, processes and systems to address human needs by creating tangible products. In the various courses that the learners pursue, the emphasis is on learning-by-doing and following a comprehensive process of designing, producing and marketing products, systems and services.
Transportation Design: (B.Des.)
The learners of Transportation Design experiences the courses of study exclusively to explore an inborn human need of human mobility. Beginning with the concept of transporting people and commodities using a variety of means, its emphasis moves on creating sustainable systems for Transportation Design. It is not only limited to Automobile Design and Car Design but to design systems which enhance mobility for humans and commodities. Learners’ innovative ability is challenged further when the scope of a transport vehicle is extended from land, water to air and even space.
Interior Space & Furniture Design: (B.Des.)
Interior Space and Furniture Design discipline focuses on designing and planning of interior spaces for all kinds of human needs. The learners concentrate on designing spaces – interior and exterior – according to their functional hierarchies and interrelationships. Spaces to be more functional and aesthetic require components like furniture, seating, storage, lighting, etc. The interior space design should be integrated with furniture & accessories, and both should have a harmonious interaction. This makes the built space respond like an efficient, well designed system. This approach imparts the learner a unique edge than merely “interior decoration”. Of the many Interior Space and Furniture Design Courses, the one at MIT ID emphasizes on the holistic learning.
Retail Design: (B.Des.)
Retail Design lies at the intersection of architecture, marketing, strategy and design of the built environment. The programme at MIT ID takes an innovative and progressive approach to addressing design issues intrinsic to the evolution and transformation of retail environments. The core curriculum includes the study of art and design history, theory of spatial manipulation, drawing, structures, materials and processes, lighting and technology, typography, human factors, and the theory and specifics of retail design, all of which ensures that students fully understand the concerns of the retail industry and its allied fields.
Graphic Design: (B.Des.)
Graphic Design at MITID is focused on imparting the sound theoretical and conceptual understanding, and also of the necessary skills required to be a professional graphic designer.
The learners find the course study centered on various topics like typography and type design, illustration and photography, packaging and print design, signage design and corporate identity systems. The application of Information Technology would take learners in fields of computer graphics, multimedia and web design. Learners use software like Sound Forge, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and Combustion for the Graphic Design projects.
Animation Design: (B.Des.)
In Animation Design, the courses of study exclusively deal with moving images. The Animation Design Programmes at MIT ID focus more on design thinking and doing. The learners of Animation Design acquire special skills and techniques of animation such as Personality and Caricature, kinematics, Illustration, Visual Scripting, Story Boarding, Pixilation, and Model Animation Design. Here the essential grasp over the narrative content combined with proficiency with animation design techniques goes toward creating an effective piece of communication.
Film & Video Design: (B.Des.)
Courses in Film and Video Design put emphasis on a strong narrative content. To communicate using the Film and Video media, one needs to use equipment like film and video cameras and editing systems. Moreover, conceptual processes in addressing the communication needs of the social and commercial sectors should also be rigorously followed.
Fashion Design (B.Des.)
This course prepares the learners for a career in fashion. The B.Des Fashion Design is a skills-based course, where they have the opportunity to explore their ideas both two- and three-dimensionally, using a broad variety of techniques and approaches in exciting and challenging projects. The course has excellent links with industry both through live projects and external competitions as well as collaborations with industry experts.
Fashion Communication (B.Des.)
This unique and exciting course teaches the intellectual, practical and professional skills the learners need to succeed in a career in promotion and communication for the global fashion industry. They get the opportunity to learn the fundamental skills of research, experimentation and realization, as well as new practices and innovations within fashion promotion, communication and image generation.
Game Design (B.Des.)
At MIT ID, Game Design course is offered as undergraduate programme and focussing on both Game Art, Design and Production, including programming. Each aspect of Game Design such as Concept Design, Environmental Design, 2D Art, 3D Art, Strategy, Game Phycology, Level Design and programming along with Industry professionals/ experts guidance and support. The program will be well blend of Science, Technology and Art and a learner have complete freedom to take up Interested Game from 2D or 3D. The programme is well designed to give Game enthusiast to produce games and promote to become Independent Designer who can be Game changer and leaders in the Industry.
Eligibility Criteria :- Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
|Bachelor of Design|
|The basic eligibility for admissions in the Bachelor of Design is 10+2 from any stream, (State Boards/AISSCE/ IB/ ISC) the students have to clear the admission process comprising of Design Aptitude Test followed by studio test & personal interview.|
Duration :- Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
Fee Structure :- Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
|Fees structure for students seeking admissions in the Academic Year 2019-20 (B.Des)|
|Particulars||For Indian Nationals (INR)||For NRI, PIO, OCI & Foreign National (INR)|
|Security Deposit-(One Time Refundable)||15,000/-||15,000/-|
- The above mentioned fee structure is for 1st year.
- There will be a rise of 10% in composite fees every year.
- Hostel facility is optional
- Mess & laundry facility is compulsory in case availing Hostel facility.
- Remittance of fees for all the students coming under NRI, PIO, OCI and International students including Student exchange & Study abroad has to be done in INR
- The charges if any, as applicable for remittance (conversion), from USD to INR, will be borne by the students.