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Graphic Design is the process of visual communication which combines words, images and ideas to present the information to the audience.The graphic designer is a specialist in solving the problems associated with visual communication. The qualified graphic designers have the skills in Drawing, Layout, Typography, Lettering, Diagramming and Photography.

They develop the layout and production design of newspapers, magazines, corporate reports, journals and other publications. They also create the promotional displays; marketing brochures for services and products, packaging, design distinctive logos for businesses and products.

Its better to complete + 2 and than opt for courses in graphic designing.

* Bachelors in Fine arts
* Bachelors in visual communication
* Bsc in multimedia
* Diploma in multimedia and graphic designing

Some of the institutes offers short term diploma/certificate courses in graphic designing , can take up as side course. For better job options. A degree /diploma after 12th values more.

Institutes:

NID -Ahemdabad
Symbiosis ,pune
Arena multimedia
Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology ,bangalore
Delhi university { BFA}
Academy of Animation and Gaming, Noida


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DEAR JALPA

The Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) has collaborated with Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to offer its programmes at 12 centres in the country.


ATDC-IGNOU Community College is a new venture where the centre offers two-year associate degree and three-year bachelor's degree in Fashion Technology. The institute is an initiative of the Apparel Export Promotion Council, Union Ministry of Textiles, and it has been offering courses ranging from three months to two years.
The new tie-up would enhance the programmes further as the syllabus would be based on both IGNOU and ATDC modules and one would get a twin degree. There is no age bar for the programmes and with the training the institute ensure everybody is wellplaced.
It is said that the apparel industry employs over three million workers and has a growth rate of 10 per cent every year but there is a lot of untapped potential. ATDC plays an important role by upgrading technical skills at the floor level.


here IS THE LINK check it out http://www.atdcindia.co.in/index.php?option=com_comprofiler&task=atdc_ignau



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Hi Deepak,

Disk Jockey or DJ as it is popularly known are people who selects and plays and mixes music for its audience. The term DJ does not only refers to people who play music at parties or functions; they also work in radio stations. There are various places from where you can do this course. They are:-

1. Splinters DJ School, Mumbai
2. Azaredo Acoustics, Mumbai
3. Born Idol School of Music, Delhi
4. Spin gurus, New Delhi

Best Wishes!

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I see Mr. Raman ansewring your questions on the same line..I hope it has been well answered. All the best !... ► Read more
Try to excel in entrance exam , GD , Interview and you will get admission in good MBA colleges. There is no preference as except for 1 or 2 colleges. If you go through advertisement all the colleges allow freshly graduate students. In India most of the students going for MBA is fresher. The reason for doing job before MBA is that you will have basic understanding of business and you know what you want to study in business. As for admission in concerned it is your performance in entrance exam that matters. A freshly graduate can apply and take admission in colleges if he or she get qualified.... ► Read more
Hi Shivani,

You should definitely pursue what you want to and I would say that if you don’t have interest in Chemistry still you should try completing your graduation in it. Leaving it altogether in the middle will not be a wise decision, so you should first complete your graduation.
If you want to learn dance then you should start lerning it as you require only one or two hours in a day for it. You should learn dance from a dancing school as you will get a certificate for it, which you can show for further reference.
If you want to pursue Psychology, then without having a background in it would be a little difficult for you as you will have to give an entrance exam which consists of all psychology questions. But there are colleges in which the admission is taken only on the basis of the marks you get in your graduation and you don’t even require a Psychology backgroubd for it. You can apply there and directly to do masters in the same. But it will be good if you can do a graduation in Psychology and then do the masters in the same. To become a teacher you will have to do a B.Ed. and then you can become a teacher in the subject of your choice. If you are willing to become ateacher in Psychology then a Masters in Psychology + a B.Ed. is compulsory, if you could do a M.Ed. it would be a better option. Though doing all thisis not compulsory but this is preferred in most of the schools.

Best Wishes!


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Hi Sreemoyee,

You might have to take a look at the Board of West Bengal Examination... Its here: http://wbjeeb.in/

THe counselling seems to be in between 5-JUL to 22-JUL as per news channels..

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Hi Lakshmi,
Your choice for summers can depend upon the level of exposure you have gained in the last 2 years and the following courses as well. However, as I believe most colleges take up the core engineering in the 3rd and 4th years, you should perhaps use this time to prepare yourself with some basic and fundamental tools essential for both your academics as well as professional profile enhancement later on. for example, you could take up an object oriented programming language like Java or Visual C, etc. Or you could go for modules like PHP, MySQL , etc. Please let us know about the kind of curriculum at your college to enable us better understand and respond....
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Hi Aries,

If you want to do PGDPD, you would want to visit NID's website for eligibility criteria. http://www.nid.edu/study_pgprogramme.htm
E-mail them at admissions@nid.edu your queries so that they directly answer you.

Best regards,
Saawan....
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Hi Suman,

What ever u have learnt in commerce has very little thing to do with BCA. You can do BCA, but to enhance your career, u have to do MCA after BCA..



Cheers !!!

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Hi Akash,

Your +2 percentage is very good in fact, as you are a commerce student with a desire to join Southern railways for that you have qualify the exams conducted by the Railway Authorities. Any Govt sector exam checks the General English, General Awareness, Reasoning (verbal & non-verbal), Quantitative aptitude at an entry level. You only need to brush up your 7th to 10th Mathematics that's all.

All the best....
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