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April 23, 2009

IILM School of Design, 4 years Full Time Graduate Programme

Admission India

Admission Guidelines for the Academic Year 2009-10

The School offers 4 years Full Time Graduate Programme in:

* Product Design (Curriculum Developed by NID)
* Communication Design
* Interiors & Furniture Design
* Textiles & Apparel Design

Entry Requirements: Admission is open to students who have passed or who will appear in 2008 for qualifying examinations under Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalents like CBSE/AISSCE/IB/ICSE, etc.


Students Intake: 60 Students

NEED Exam Date: 4th January, 2009

Selection Process: National Entrance Examination for Design (NEED)

NEED is a qualifying examination of the following consortium partner institutions for admission to the undergraduate level programmes in design:

National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
IILM School of Design, Gurgaon
D. J. Academy of Design, Coimbatore
Indian Institute of Craft & Design, Jaipur
Wigan & Leigh College, New Delhi
Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology, Bengaluru
Pearl Academy of Fashion, New Delhi

NEED is conducted by the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, as a nodal agency on behalf of the consortium partners.
The objective of NEED is to measure the candidate’s aptitude for the field of design involving general mental ability, worldview, and sensitivity to environment, creativity, drawing and communication skills.

NEED is only a qualifying entrance examination and therefore does not guarantee admission in any way, or in any of the consortium partner institutions.

For candidates applying for IILM:
Based on NEED score candidates will be short listed and called directly for next phase of admission — Portfolio review and personal interviews.

If you have missed the NEED, you may take the IILM School of Design entrance test on the following day.

Entrance test: Friday, May 1, 2009

Last date of form submission: Monday, April 27, 2009.

Lateral Entry:
Eligible candidates can apply for our lateral entry process, where they join the 4-year programme at the 2nd or the 3rd year level in Product Design, Communication Design, Interiors & furniture Design and Textiles& Apparel design. Candidates will undergo similar process and should have either been a student in other design institutes or have sufficient proven experience of being in a creative field. These candidates would be considered on a case to case basis.

How to obtain Application Form and Prospectus:

* The Prospectus and Application Forms are available online and also at the IILM School of Design's counter in Gurgaon against payment of Rs. 1000/- per Form by cash or crossed Demand Draft drawn in favor of the IILM Institute for Higher Education at New Delhi / Gurgaon.
* Application forms along with the prospectus will be made available on request on payment of Rs.1000 by Demand Draft drawn in favour of the IILM Institute for Higher Education at New Delhi / Gurgaon.
* Forms downloaded from IILM‘s website (www.iilm.in), along with required amount of DD drawn in favour IILM Institute for Higher Education at New Delhi / Gurgaon will also be accepted.

For candidates applying to consortium partner institutes:
Based on the NEED Scores candidates have to apply separately on each consortium partner institute for admission and may have to fulfill its specific requirements for admission in the next phase.

IILM School of Design
Ms. Tania sabharwal
(Manager Admissions)
Sector-53
DLF Golf Course Road
Gurgaon- 122003
Phone No:- 0124-3354477, 9313039692
E-mail:- design@iilm.edu
website: www.iilm.in

IILM School of Design:

Into our 4th year of operations, IILM was one of the pioneers in the private sector to set up an institute for design. Quick to respond to the demands of the industry, IILM set up the School of Design in August 2004. In this short span, we have been noticed by the academic and industrial circles for the quality of our education.

IILM believes in an integrated approach to teaching design. We have some of the best of design educators involved in teaching design. The approach has been to integrate skills, knowledge and process in all the design disciplines. Our entire faculty comes from premier design institutions. We have benchmarked ourselves with the best of design institutes internationally.

The culture of learning at IILM’s School of Design is hands-on. Students are encouraged to work on assignments and projects that contribute to their working skills as much as their thinking skills. The teacher-student interaction is thus professional and one-to-one. Classrooms, Workshops, Labs and even the corridors are fertile learning grounds. Senior students are given opportunities to work on live, professional projects to get a first-hand feel of a professional design assignment.

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