NID 2019 Syllabus

Exam Date : 12th March 2019 To 15th April 2019
Result Date : 2nd May 2019

NID 2019 Syllabus

  • Students aspiring to follow design courses from NID should follow the below NID syllabus topics carefully.

  • There is no fixed syllabus prescribed for the NID 2019 exam. However, candidates can prepare for topics such as(shown in the table).

  • The studio test will comprise of different sections in different formats like the hands-on practical assignment, group discussion, etc.This is held after the NID DAT(Prelims).

 

B.Des Syllabus

Outline for beginners

Colour Terminology

Inspiration & Design Development

Mood, theme & colour interrelationship

Design Theory

Elements & Principles Of Design

Natural & Geometrical Form

Innovation in Design

Principles of Composition

Lettering

Optical Illusion

Understanding Light & Shade

Colour Psychology & Optical Illusions

Form & Function

Colour, Pattern & Texture

Theme Development

Creative thinking & writing

Picture Analysis

Visual Logic

Good Design vs. Bad Design

Drawing Fundamentals

Use of Measurements, Scale & proportions

Optical Illusion

Foreshortening & Perspective

Developing Themes & Colour Associations

Inspiration & Creativity

Ornaments & motifs

Memory Drawing

Usage of colour in Compositions

Expression & Emotion

Exercises on imagination

Lateral Thinking

Story pictures

Presentation Techniques

Imagination & Doodling

3D Visualization

Graphics & Pictograms

Innovation & Creation

Design Awareness

Developing Observation

 

NID STUDIO TEST

Model Making

Doodling

Meeting with past successful students

How to evolve ideas

Audio – Visual Exercises

Material Manipulation

Creative Thinking

 

NID MDes Syllabus

Outline for beginners

Colour Terminology

Inspiration & Design Development

Mood, theme & colour interrelationship

Design Theory

Elements & Principles Of Design

Natural & Geometrical Form

Innovation in Design

Principles of Composition

Lettering

Optical Illusion

Understanding Light & Shade

Colour Psychology & Optical Illusions

Form & Function

Colour, Pattern & Texture

Theme Development

Creative thinking & writing

Picture Analysis

Visual Logic

Good Design vs. Bad Design

Drawing Fundamentals

Use of Measurements, Scale & proportions

Optical Illusion

Foreshortening & Perspective

Developing Themes & Colour Associations

Inspiration & Creativity

Ornaments & motifs

Memory Drawing

Usage of colour in Compositions

Expression & Emotion

Exercises on imagination

Lateral Thinking

Story pictures

Presentation Techniques

Imagination & Doodling

3D Visualisation

Graphics & Pictograms

Innovation & Creation

Design Awareness

Developing Observation

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Discussion Forum



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Subjects

What are the subjects or related topic need to be referred for NID?

Asked By: Pankti,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Pankti, We have made a list of topics which you can refer for the NID exam and prepare for it some of the topics are Inspiration & Design Development, Design Theory, Innovation in Design and many more. you can have a look at the topics in details in the Syllabus of NID.


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Syllabus Inquiry

What are most relevent topics for NID which need to be prepared

Asked By: Himesh,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Himesh, most relevant topics which will be there in the question paper of NID are Optical Illusion, Understanding Light & Shade, Form & Function for all the topics and details you can refer to Syllabus of NID.


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Asked By: Aman,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Aman, you can get all details regarding syllabus at click here.


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what will be the syllabus for the NID?

What syllabus need to be followed for NID?

Asked By: Naman,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Hi Naman, all the details regarding NID syllabus will be there at click here 


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Main topics covered

What are the main topics covered under the NID exam?

Asked By: Laveena Bernard,

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Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The main topics covered under the NID exam are as follows: -

  • Composition
  • Drawing skills
  • Creativity
  • General Mental Ability
  • Communication skills
  • Sensitivity to environment
  • Subject of Design

The studio test will have rounds such as hands on practical assignment, group discussion, etc.,

 

 

 



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