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  Making of antech Antech Institute Pune
School of Interior design

Overview

About  Antech

Antech, Pune based leading institute in the field of CAD CAM CNC and has trained more than 4000 professionals in the field. Now antech is launching Courses in Degree & diploma. One of the major goals is on developing educational programmes which qualify a person to get a better job, to start earning on his own or help a working person to improve his career.

Employment opportunity

  • As freelance service provider in interior designing to various agencies.
  • As a full time Assistant to professional designer, Civil Engineer etc.
  • As an Assistant to professional Interior Designer and Architect.
  • Civil engineering firm.
  • Architecture assistant.
  • Building material manufacturing concern.
Objective of the course :

This course aims to import & enhance the ability to understand the concept of interior designing and to apply the acquired skill effectively in the relevant areas.

 

CC in Interior Design and Decoration

MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION EXAMINATION, MUMBAI :
Name of Syllabus CERTIFICATE COURSE IN INTERIOR DECORATOR (304204)
Max.Nos of Student 25 Students
Duration 1 year
Type Part Time
Nos Of Days / Week 6 Days
Nos Of Hours /Days 4 hrs.
Entry Qualification S.S.C. Pass
Objective Of Syllabus This course aims to import & enhance the ability to  understand the concept of interior designing and to apply the  acquired skill effectively in the relevant areas.
Employment Opportunity 1.As freelance service provider in interior designing to various agencies.

2.As a full time Assistant to professional designer,Civil Engineer etc.

3.As an Assistant to professional Interior Designer and Architect.

4. Civil engineering firm

5 .Architecture assistant.

6. Building material manufacturing concern.

Teacher’s Qualification 1) Govt. Diploma in Interior Designing & Decoration./ Private Diploma in  Interior Designing & Decoration. with one year experience.

2) B.E. (Civil Engg,)

3) B.E. (Civil Engg,)

Training System

Training System Per Week

Theory       :  6hrs

Practical     : 18hrs

Total         : 24hrs

EXAM SYSTEMS :
Paper  Code
Name of  Subject
TH\PR Hour
Max.
Marks
Mini.
Marks
30420411 Interior Design TH-I                   
3hrs.        
100 35               
30420412 Building
Construction
TH-II 3hrs.           
100 35
30420413 PERSPECTIVE
DESIGN
TH-III 3 hrs. 100 35
30420421
Interior Design PR-I 3 hrs. 100 35
30420422 Building
Construction
PR-II 3 hrs. 100 35
30420423 PERSPECTIVE
DESIGN
PR-III 3 hrs. 100 35
Total 600 255
 

Diploma in Interior Design (YCMOU)

About YCMOU :

The Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) was set up in July1989 by Act XX (1989) of the Maharashtra State Legislature. The degree/diploma of this University is treated as equivalent to the degree/diploma of any other university for the purpose of employment in government and semi-government establishments. One of the major goals of the University is to create, preserve and disseminate knowledge to its learners and the masses and thus become a ‘Mass-Varsity’. The emphasis, throughout, is on developing educational programmes which qualify a person to get a better job, to start earning on his own or help a working person to improve his career. Providing education through classroom-based system is expensive, rigid and puts time constraints on the learners.
Technology based education of YCMOU provides the following benefits:
• It is cost effective.
• It has outreach to the masses.
•It is flexible: ‘learn anywhere and anytime and as per your pace and style of learning

Vision : To become a Mass Varsity

Mission:
Through our technical, vocational, professional and liberal education programmes, application of modern communication technologies and adoption of the distance education methodology, we strive towards developing an Innovative, Flexible and Open system of education.

Course Part Course Part Term Paper Code Paper Name
DIDD DIDD DID107 Design and Graphics-I
DIDD DIDD DID108 Design and Graphics-II
DIDD DIDD DID102 Drawing and Design
DIDD DIDD DID105 Drawing and Graphics-I
DIDD DIDD DID106 Drawing and Graphics-II
DIDD DIDD DID101 Material & General

 

Syllabus of Diploma in Interior Designing and Decoration :

Introduction of Drawing Instruments
Introduction of Drawing Instruments, Types of Line , Lettering , Typical Tital Block , Scales , Technical Drawing - Elevation , Plan , Side View Section, Perspective , Orthographic Projection , Isometric Projection , Sketching.
Materials and General
Stones , Bricks , Cement , Sand , Lime , Mortar , Timber , Plaster , Colors and Applications of Colors , Sketching , Paints , Furnishing Material, Flooring Material , Glass , Metal , Concrete , Estimating & Costing

Doors, Windows And Drawing
Teakwood Joints , Signs And Symbols , Types of Windows , Types of Doors Staircase , Perspective.
Layout Considerations
Anthromorphic Data , Furniture Layout , Flooring Layout , Reflected False Ceiling , Electrical Layout , Store Ideas & Space Saving
Working Designs
Wooden Joints , Types of Doors , Typical Door Details , Types of Windows Typical Window Details , Arches , W.D. of Kitchen Platform, W.D. of Wardrobe , W.D. of Teakwood Partition , W.D. of Timbre Stairs, One Point Perspective , Sign And Symbols.
Working Designs
Bubble Diagram of A Flat , Furniture Layout , Elevations , Flooring Layout , False Ceiling , Electrical Layout , Perspective , W.D. of Designed Furniture Estimates of Furniture , Plumbing , Sanitation , Natural & Artificial Lighting.
Introduction to Design
Elements of Design , Principles of Design, Standard Dimensions of Living Room Furniture , Dining Area Furniture , Bedroom Furniture , Kitchen Furniture , Bathroom / Toilet (Sanitory Wares) , Measurement Plan Bubble Diagram and Furniture Layout, Interior Elevations of Walls , Living Room , Dining Area Bedroom , Kitchen Bathroom , Planning of the Circulation Space Practicals based on the complete syllabus

Event Calendar for Degree and Diploma Programmes

Event Dates
Starting date of Admission for 1st/ 2nd year 15 July
Last Date of Admission for 1st/ 2nd year 16th August
Last Date of Admission with Late Fee 30th August
Teaching 25th August to 30th May
Home-assignments (1st and 2nd) January and April
Practical Examination June
Theory Examination June

Evaluation

The evaluation method for each component is given below:
Depending upon the nature of the course the combination of the following components are
used for evaluation:

Theory Examination:

Objective test (multiple choice questions) of 40 marks (Student has to get minimum 10 marks out of 40 for passing theory examination)

Assignments:

3 Assignments of 20 marks each. Total marks of all the three Assignments will be considered for reporting purpose. (Student has to get minimum 15 marks out of 60 for passing evaluation based on assignments)

Practical Examination:

Practical Examination of 60 marks will be conducted. (The Student has to get minimum 15 marks out of 60 for passing practical examination)

Major Project:

Major Project Examination shall carry 300 marks (Student has to get minimum 120 marks for passing). The distribution of marks is as follows:

- Project Report 100 marks
- Presentation 80 marks
- Viva 60 marks
- Demonstration 60 marks
Passing in a Course: Student should obtain minimum aggregate 40 % marks

 

Bsc in Interior Design (YCMOU)

About YCMOU :

The Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) was set up in July1989 by Act XX (1989) of the Maharashtra State Legislature. The degree/diploma of this University is treated as equivalent to the degree/diploma of any other university for the purpose of employment in government and semi-government establishments. One of the major goals of the University is to create, preserve and disseminate knowledge to its learners and the masses and thus become a ‘Mass-Varsity’. The emphasis, throughout, is on developing educational programmes which qualify a person to get a better job, to start earning on his own or help a working person to improve his career. Providing education through classroom-based system is expensive, rigid and puts time constraints on the learners.
Technology based education of YCMOU provides the following benefits:
• It is cost effective.
• It has outreach to the masses.
•It is flexible: ‘learn anywhere and anytime and as per your pace and style of learning

Vision : To become a Mass Varsity

Mission:
Through our technical, vocational, professional and liberal education programmes, application of modern communication technologies and adoption of the distance education methodology, we strive towards developing an Innovative, Flexible and Open system of education.

Syllabus of Bachelor of Science (Interior Design):

Syllabus Subjects:     Course Part

Course Part Term Paper   Code Paper Name
B.Sc. (Interior      Design) Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 105 Basic Design
B.Sc. (Interior Design)  Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 104 Graphic Design
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 103 Interior             Construction-I
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 106 Interior Design-I
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 102 Services- I
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part I BID 101 Theory of         Materials
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 206 3D Studio &    Photoshop
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 205 CAD 2D & 3D
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 202 Interior  Construction- II
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 203 Interior Design- II
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 204 Professional Pct  And Estimation
B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II B.Sc. (Interior Design) Part II BID 201 Service-II

 

 

Event Calendar for Degree and Diploma Programmes :

Event Dates
Starting date of Admission for 1st / 2nd year 15 July
Last Date of Admission for 1st / 2nd year 16th August
Last Date of Admission with Late Fee 30th August
Teaching 25th August to 30th May
Home-assignments (1st and 2nd) January and April
Practical Examination June
Theory Examination June

Evaluation :

The evaluation method for each component is given below: Depending upon the nature of the course the combination of the following components are used for evaluation:

Theory Examination:

Objective test (multiple choice questions) of 40 marks (Student has to get minimum 10 marks out of 40 for passing theory examination)

Assignments:

3 Assignments of 20 marks each. Total marks of all the three Assignments will be considered for reporting purpose. (Student has to get minimum 15 marks out of 60 for passing evaluation based on assignments)

Practical Examination::

Practical Examination of 60 marks will be conducted. (The Student has to get minimum 15 marks out of 60 for passing practical examination)

Major Project::

Major Project: Major Project Examination shall carry 300 marks (Student has to get minimum 120 marks for passing). The distribution of marks is as follows: - Project Report 100 marks - Presentation 80 marks - Viva 60 marks - Demonstration 60 marks

 

Passing in a Course::

Student should obtain minimum aggregate 40 % marks

 

Recognition of YCMOU Degree and Deploma

University Grants Commission Resolution

The Registrar / Director
Of all the Indian Universities
(Deemed, State, Central Universities /
Institutions of National importance)

Subject: Recognition of Degrees awarded by Open Universities.

Sir/Madam,

There are a number of open Universities in the country offering various degrees/diploma through the mode
of non-formal education. The Open Universities have been established in the country by an Act of
Parliament or State Legislature in accordance with the provisions contained in Section 2(f) of
University Grants Commission Act, 1956. These universities are, therefore, empowered to award
degrees in terms of Section 22(1) of the UGC Act, 1956.

A circular was earlier issued vide UGC letter N.F.I-8/92(CPP) dated February, 1992 mentioning that the
Certificate, Diplomas and Degrees awarded by Indira Gandhi National Open University are to be treated
equivalent to the corresponding awards of the Universities in the country.

Attention is further invited to UGC circular No.Fl-25/93(CPP-II) dated 28th July, 1993 (copy enclosed) for recognition of degrees and diplomas as well as transfer of credit for courses successfully completed by students between the two types of universities so that the mobility of students from Open University stream to traditional Universities is ensured without any difficulty.

The UGC has specified the nomenclature of degrees under Section 22(3) of the UGC Act, 1956 to ensure
mandatory requirements viz. minimum essential academic inputs required for awarding such degrees. A
copy of Gazette Notification regarding specification of degrees issued vide No.l-52/97(CPP-II) dated 31st
January 2004 is enclosed. The details are also given in UGC Web site: www.ugc.ac.in

May, I therefore request you to treat the Degrees / Diploma / Certificates awarded by the Open Universities in conformity with the UGC notification on Specification of Degrees as equivalent to the corresponding awards of the traditional Universities in the country.

Yours faithfully


(Dr. Mrs. Pankaj Mittal) Joint Secretary

 

 


 

 

 

 
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