It was my best shot. I was unsure, and they had a year long foundation course, so I could still make up my mind if this is what I truly wanted. It was a lucky shot, but worth it. Right now, I am doing animation and film design, and the wealth of insight and info I get here is probably most human centric and community based.
I think NID has a good structure and a strong right knot community system, which when tapped into well, can act as a brilliant system of support and upheaval. The course syllabus could be more upto date and market oriented, but at the same time, it is also thinking based and human centric which works well for understanding the fundamentals of a design thinking and process. Also NID is a place with rich history, this having an abundance of good alumni and visiting faculties. It usually leaves you up with your devices, so most learning here happens from self driven motivation and curiosity
Environment is very good and motivating for working. Good space for learning and to try out new things. Good facilities and environment makes it a good and enriching experience overall. The overall schedule is quite hectic.
I wanted to pursue Transportation Design since childhood. I also applied for Product design but ended up choosing Transportation because sketching cars was something that I have been doing since childhood. For the admission process you have to appear for an Aptitude Test and if you get shortlisted then you will be called for an interview and a discipline specific aptitude test. In the interview you have to show your portfolio. The interview may or may not be around the discipline that you select because they want to check your knowledge about the subject but also want to know about your thinking process.
First of all there is an entrance exam to be given, the qualifiers that go to the second round of selection that is a model making and sketching round. Once you clear both the exams you get a mail regarding the dates of joining and other details.
Haven't done an internship yet. Still they are in contact with the companies that are interested to hire the students of National Institute of Design for their internship periods as well as their diploma projects.
College education system is good but little hectic But manageable. Be safe from the mosquitoes because students get dengue and worse fever so the only thing is that and else everything is great there.
First entrance exam in which the would be about the reason and general knowledge then the situation test where you have make something 3D then interview combining all marks you got the merit list will appear then you get into the college.
There are a lot of pros and cons about NID, which the pros includes, it has the best faculties from the india, better facilities, campus is really great it has lot of trees and birds, good wifi with a great internet speed, placements are good. And cons includes, some dipartament has less number of faculties, food from mess can be made better.
You have to give an entrance exam to get pass your 1st phase, which takes place around 1st or 2nd week of january. You get forms for it during october and november. After that they select some students for the studio test which will be your phase 2 and after studio test there is an interview session. If you pass them all you got the admission.
The entrance exam for NID is a two step process. The first stage comprises of CAT and DAT exams. The next level has a studio test and then a merit list is made. People get admission to various NIDs according to their rank and preference.
The placements have not yet started. The college doesn't as such provide internships. It just aids in you finding one. However it is compulsory for you toNgo to an internship after third year, hence the college helps you in getting placed into one. NID promotes paid internships however one can chose to apprentice if they value the learning more.
I can't give such remarks because according to me no one can give such remarks. I can give only good remarks.
I took NID DAT which was held in jan 2013 and out of 100 I scored 59 marks and bcoz it is the best in india so I opt for this.
The college is the very example of what 60+ years of experience of culture and knowledge would result in. Nid is a very respectable college and very prestigious.
Nid entrance exam. Score was around 58/100. Design has been my passion and it's been a really great experiencing the rich society of design. Choosing nid was easy but getting admission was really difficult. As nid is supposed to be the best design college in india it was obvious that i take admission in it.
There are preeliminary test of writing nd thn studio test. I did 65.9% score.. It is the best design college in india thats why i choose it
There are a lot of events sports workshops debates lectures by guest faculties movie screening and lot of things in our college
I took NID entrance exam. Its a good college thats why i opted this college.
Yes, placement is given by college. Many MNC companies came to campus placement.