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Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur
J-8, Jhalana Institutional Area
Jaipur, Rajeshthan
Phone-No: 91-141-2701504 2701203 09829266633
Fax: 91-141-2700160
Email: admissions@iicd.ac.in Website: www.iicd.ac.in

About College:

Nidhi Dube from the Indian Institute of Craft and Design wrote to me to introduce Tejas Soni and his experiments with the Dhokra craft. Dhokra is an ancient craft practised by nomadic tribes who have since settled into parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa and parts of southern India. One of the earliest known pieces found was the Bronze dancing girl at Mohenjadaro. The craft is practised by both men and women and the objects are cast in metal using what is known as the lost wax process. Today it features more as a exotic buy rather than a relevant ingredient in our daily lives as it was in the ancient times when religious figures, jewellery, diyas, animal figurines and vessels were essential in many homes.

Course Name:

Integrated Bachelor of Vocation (*CFPD + B.Voc) [Specialisations: Soft Material Design, Hard Material Design, Fired Material Design, Fashion Design]

Duration: 1+3 Years

Eligibility:

10+2 from a recognized board of education.

Students appearing in the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

Course Name:

Integrated Master of Vocation (*CFPD + B. Voc + M. Voc.) [Specialisations: Soft Material Specialisation, Hard Material Specialisation, Fired Material Specialisation]

Duration:1+3+1 years

Eligibility:

10+2 from a recognized board of education.

Students appearing in the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

Course Name:

Master of Vocation (M.Voc.) [Specialisations: Soft Material Specialisation, Hard Material Specialisation, Fired Material Specialisation]

Duration: 3 and 2 Years

Eligibility:

Graduates from Design and Architecture background #

Graduates from Non Design background # #

How to Apply:

The Prospectus for Admission 2019-20 sessions is available at IICD website

Filling the Application Form

The application has to be filled up online at: https://www.iicd.ac.in/admission.php.

Application form will be accepted only if all the required fields in the online application form are filled up and the attachments are properly uploaded within acceptable criteria as mentioned below. If the application is properly filled up and payment is properly done, the applicant will receive the confirmation email with payment reference id. If the email is not received the applicant is requested to contact to the admissions@iicd.ac.in with the bank statement / card transaction proof. In case, the uploaded documents are not within acceptable limits, the candidate will receive an email to resend the documents in the acceptable format, after that the application will be processed.

Admission Process Fee

The Admission process fee for Indian Candidates is Rs.1,500/- (Rs. One Thousand Five Hundred only) and for NRI/ Foreign National Candidates is Rs. 3000/- (Rs. Three Thousand only). This fee is non refundable.

Entrance Test Guidelines

The Admission forms that are submitted, in acceptable format, on or before the last date, will be processed for Entrance Test.

Entrance Test Centers

The IICD Entrance Test will be conducted at fourteen (14) locations all over India, as mentioned below:

Bhopal, Chennai, Chandigarh, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jammu, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Raipur, Udaipur

The candidate has to indicate his/her choices of 3 (three) Test centers in order of preferences. IICD reserves the right to cancel or change the test center/date. Any such changes will be communicated to the registered candidates.

Entrance Tests will be conducted in two parts, i.e.,

i. Part A – General Awareness, Creativity & Perception Test and

ii. Part B – a. Material, Color & Conceptual Test, b. Personal Interview

Closing Date:

Last Date of Submission of Application Form: 28th March, 2019, Thursday, by 4:00PM

Admit Card issued latest by: 5th April, 2019

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To know more Information about this courses please visit: www.iicd.ac.in

Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

J-8, Jhalana Institutional Area 

Jaipur 
Rajeshthan 
Phone-No: 91-141-2701504 2701203 Mobile 91-9829266633 jaya 
Fax: 91-141-2700160 
Email: 
admissions@iicd.ac.in
Website: 
www.iicd.ac.in
Establish:

About College:

Nidhi Dube from the Indian Institute of Craft and Design wrote to me to introduce Tejas Soni and his experiments with the Dhokra craft. Dhokra is an ancient craft practised by nomadic tribes who have since settled into parts of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Orissa and parts of southern India. One of the earliest known pieces found was the Bronze dancing girl at Mohenjadaro. The craft is practised by both men and women and the objects are cast in metal using what is known as the lost wax process. Today it features more as a exotic buy rather than a relevant ingredient in our daily lives as it was in the ancient times when religious figures, jewellery, diyas, animal figurines and vessels were essential in many homes.

The revival, support, reinterpretation of any ancient art is often met with skepticism – will reinterpretation dilute the legacy or turn it into something commercial and ubiquitous and most important of all, will it benefit the ones who started it all. Tejas Soni works with artisans to reinterpret Dhokra in the modern context – the work is clean and the objects are utilitarian thus can merge in our daily life easily. The forms within it make me wonder – a platter with a cowherd and his cows, a jug with a tribal man on the handle, tribal girls in a trivet – the forms used by the metalworkers in ancient times were an interpretation of the times they lived in – for us, these forms, though lovely, are far removed – how will we choose to interact with them – will we be conscious of their presence or will they perhaps be, just another design element. Let’s explore his work and views.

Course Name:

Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design

in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

Course Description:

Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design [Specialization: Soft Material (20 seats), Hard Material (20 seats), Fired Material (20 seats)]

Eligibility:

Eligibility and Selection Procedure for Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

Recognized degree or diploma in Architecture/Design, Fashion/ Fine Art, Home Science in Textiles and Clothing; or Artisan’s child/ward with 5 years direct work experience in hereditary traditional craft, having cleared Senior Higher Secondary Board Examination; or Graduates in any discipline with an aptitude towards craft, fashion or design

Students appearing in the qualifying examination in the year 2017 are also eligible

How To Apply:

Application Procedure for Post Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

The Institute will conduct aptitude tests and interview for admission to the programs at Jaipur. The Application Form with the Prospectus is available on payment of Rs 750/- either in caBh or through DD in favour of Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, payable at Jaipur. The form can also be downloaded from the IICD website and submitted alongwith prescribed application fees.

Closing Date:

Entrance Test: 28th May 2017

Last date for Submission form: 23rd May 2017

Course Name:

Under Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design

in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

Course Description:

Under Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design [Specialization: Soft Material Application (20 seats) Hard Material Application (20 seats), Fired Material Application (20 seats)]

Eligibility:

Eligibility and Selection Procedure for Under Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

10+2 from a recognized board of education, or students appearing in the qualifying examination in the year 2017 are also eligible

How To Apply:

Application Procedure for Under Graduate Professional Diploma in Craft Design in Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, IICD, Jaipur

The Institute will conduct aptitude tests and interview for admission to the programs at Jaipur. The Application Form with the Prospectus is available on payment of Rs 750/- either in caBh or through DD in favour of Indian Institute of Crafts and Design, payable at Jaipur. The form can also be downloaded from the IICD website and submitted alongwith prescribed application fees.

Closing Date:

Entrance Test: 28th May 2017

Last date for Submission form: 23rd May 2017

Comments:

To know more Information about course please visit: www.iicd.ac.in