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PEARL ACADEMY

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Pearl Academy, Founded in 1993, India’s largest private institution in design, fashion and related businesses, which has helped shape the business and creative landscape of these industries over the past 22 years. Backed by the resources and expertise of a global network of renowned institutions such as London College of Fashion, Nottingham Trent University (NTU),Domus Academy (Italy), and NABA (Milan) among many, Pearl Academy is able to ensure that in today’s accelerated world, Pearl students are able to achieve their personal goals by becoming game-changers and achievers.

We are proud to announce the Express Program for the coaching of entrance tests of Pearl Academy 2017. 370 AFA students selected in Pearl Academy of fashion entrance exam 2015. 1 out of 3 students selected in Pearl Academy is a AFA student

Pearl Academy delivers over 30 uniquely designed under-graduates, post-graduate and professional programs through its 4 campuses in Delhi, NOIDA, Jaipur and Mumbai, and has close to a 100% placement record. Pearl Academy is ISO 9001: 2008 Certified. Pearl Academy is a member of the Laureate International Universities network, which has a presence in 29 countries, serving more than 950,000 students.

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For Under Graduate and Post Graduate Courses
EVENT / ACTIVITY Date
January Cycle
Last date of receiving application 20 January 2017
Generation of Admit Cards 21 January 2017
Entrance Examination 28 Jan 2017 (All Campuses)
Personal Interviews at all Test Centres 28 – 29 January 2017
Personal Interviews at Pearl Campuses  for UG Diploma 31 January 2017
Declaration of Result 7 Feb 2017
Last date of Fee payment 31 March  2017
April Cycle
Last date of receiving application 21 April 2017
Generation of Admit Cards 22 April 2017
Entrance Examination 29 April 2017 (All Campuses)
Personal Interviews at all Test Centres 29 – 30 April 2017
Personal Interviews at Pearl Campuses  for UG Diploma 2 May 2017
Declaration of Result 9 May 2017
Last date of Fee payment 31 May  2017
Last of receiving applications from international / overseas candidates 30 June 2017
Personal Interviews of International / Overseas candidates 04 July 2017

Pearl Academy Programs


Under Graduate Courses Post Graduate Courses

Pearl Academy Fashion Design UG


Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : 10+2 in any discipline with minimum 50% marks
Location : Delhi NCR (East & West), Jaipur and Mumbai
Validation: Nottingham Trent University, UK
Certification: Apparel Made-ups & Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council (AMHSSC)

This Under Graduate fashion design course builds a strong foundation in terms of design sense, conceptualization, independent research, creative application and individual artistic expression.

Fashion Design runs the gamut from evening-wear to sportswear, womenswear to menswear, and kids wear to knitwear. Students are asked to choose their area of interest and sharpen their creative ideas. Students are also introduced to various historic fashion and art movements as reference and to put into perspective how they influence contemporary fashion. This is the very reason why fashion houses, designer labels, luxury brands, apparel retail brands and ready-to-wear fashion industries seek our students.

Pearl Academy has been awarded ‘Best Design Institute in India’ by ASSOCHAM and has also ranked amongst top Fashion Colleges in India by The India Today – Nielsen Survey 2016. With strong industry connect like collaboration with Fashion Design Council of India and Manish Malhotra as mentor, this course promises to offer extensive exposure and opportunities for students to learn from.

Foundation Level
Fundamentals of Art and Design In this module, students are introduced to a range of skills, techniques, methods, materials and technologies relevant to design development and communication. Students also explore the role of art and design in society and consider the wider social and ethical responsibilities of designers.
Basics of Design Development The module focuses on furthering development of visual language and building student confidence through ‘out-of-the-box’ experimentation with the tools they have learned. Students also extend their understanding of social responsibility through focus on how cultural diversity impacts on design and design language.
Introduction to Design Tools & Techniques This module incorporates greater complexity and integration of different design processes (e.g. design tools with elements of design), the added dimension of problem identification; and solution through innovation and creativity.
Design Process The final foundation module, Design Process, is designed to ‘exit’ student with confidence in their ability to study design at degree level; it brings together all the learning of the year as students, within tight guidelines, plan and define their own project at this stage.
Level 1
Fashion Studies I This module creates a strong foundation for students to understand design process by relating elements and principles of fashion design for actualization, visualization and presentation. The teaching modalities encourage the use of the virtual learning environment allowing for expanded understanding of the modern day fashion and industry environment and help prepare learners for the future work space and environment.
Fashion Studio I The module develops a strong foundation in pattern cutting, garment construction alongside draping, for further application in the forthcoming levels of the course. Students will learn the basic skills of design interpretation and three-dimensional realization, presentation of garment components and its fit and alteration.
Fashion Material This module will help students to understand fabric properties, structures and end users from the fashion point of view. It will also include exploration of surface ornamentation and embellishment using innovative techniques and finishes.
Visual Culture It will help fashion students to develop visual literacy and a range of critical approaches to interpret visual design language and its understanding in context to contemporary and historical fashion aspects.
Form Realization The module focuses on creative approaches to the production of contemporary fashion, and promotes innovative cutting and construction in the casual and street wear category.
The integrated nature of the module will enable students to apply and reflect on a creative design process encompassing all taught aspects of previous semester.
Level 2
Fashion Studies II The module helps students to consolidate knowledge of current design trends, developments, historical and contemporary design issues, related to global and national markets in context to structured clothing.
Fashion Studio II This module focuses on creative approaches to pattern making and construction for 3 D realizations with a wider perspective to fashion.
Fashion Business and Entrepreneurship It provides students business platform to relate markets, retail environments, operation procedures, client requirements, trend and quality standards in professional practices within the fashion design industry.
Function and Detail It is an opportunity for students to work on a design brief addressing market requirements incorporating global trends. To further encourage autonomy, the module gives an option to choose an area of interest in structured garment categories and to apply advanced skills and knowledge of fashion materials and processes.
Overseas Credit Exchange It provides students with an opportunity to expand their understanding of global fashion in a cultural context. The module is an exposure to various work cultures & learning systems in a different institutional setting.
Long Industry Internship This module is specially designed for those students who want a deeper experience in the organization & working of an industry. It enables students to take initiative, plan schedules, & negotiate their learning experiences by addressing their future career goals.
Industry Internship To expose the students to prevalent commercial and industrial practices and reinforce theoretical knowledge with practical experience. The module also focuses on developing students’ ability to work as an effective member of a team and to understand the pressures of a fast moving industry.
Domestic Credit Exchange/ Overseas Credit Exchange This optional module provides students with an opportunity to expand their understanding of global/ domestic fashion in a cultural context. It also provides them the exposure to various work cultures & learning systems in a different institutional setting.
Industry Project It is an optional module at this level where the students get exposure and experience in their area of interest (men’s, women’s or kid’s wear) by following a brief negotiated with industry.
Level 3
Workshop 1 (Intra-disciplinary) This workshop in the beginning of level III enables students to challenge their existing skills and apply newly acquired skills in order to enhance their technical and creative thinking, within the design process.
Workshop 2 (Inter-disciplinary) This workshop aims to provide knowledge of trend spotting and analysis for fashion industry – both at national and international level. Students will gain insight into how to spot trends in local environment and see its connection to fashion market.
Final Design Project This project is the culmination of your personal ideas and investigation towards the realization of an original, creative and innovative body of work. It is an integrated learning of all modules across all levels of the course.
  • Designer/Assistant Designer
  • Pattern Designer
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • Fashion Consultant
  • Fashion Entrepreneur

Pearl Academy Fashion Styling & Image Design


Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : 10+2 in any discipline with minimum 50% marks
Location : Delhi NCR (East & West), Mumbai
*Extension of course to new campus, Approval in process
Validation: Nottingham Trent University, UK

This four-year course focuses on the analysis of image and the development of style. The course canters around concepts, skills and training to create a sense of style through an image. It accentuates the co-relation between thoughts and arrangement of styling solutions in diverse areas of fashion, retail, media and entertainment. The course offers industry internship to transform students into industry ready professionals.

Make-up artists, fashion stylists and image designers are highly sought after in the media industry. The Fashion Styling and Image Design course instills the expertise to create the desired image for celebrities, media personalities and public figures.

Foundation Level
Fundamentals of Art and Design In this module, students are introduced to a range of skills, techniques, methods, materials and technologies relevant to design development and communication. Students also explore the role of art and design in society and consider the wider social and ethical responsibilities of designers.
Basics of Design Development The module focuses on furthering development of visual language and building student confidence through ‘out-of-the-box’ experimentation with the tools they have learned. Students also extend their understanding of social responsibility through focus on how cultural diversity impacts on design and design language.
Introduction to Design Tools & Techniques This module incorporates greater complexity and integration of different design processes (e.g. design tools with elements of design), the added dimension of problem identification; and solution through innovation and creativity.
Design Process The final foundation module, Design Process, is designed to ‘exit’ student with confidence in their ability to study design at degree level; it brings together all the learning of the year as students, within tight guidelines, plan and define their own project at this stage.
Level 1
Fundamentals of Styling This module orients student towards various types of garments, accessories, visual styles and vocabulary and their contextual significance
Research Tools and Techniques The module aims at creating and understanding and appreciation of the different basic techniques of research and their application.
Make Up and Hair Styling This module aims at developing familiarity with the tools, techniques and procedures of make-up and hair styling as per the skin tones, face shapes and types.
Visualization and Communication Techniques Development of computing skills via photo creation, manipulation and editing using graphic software. Students are also introduced to techniques of graphic representation of objects and spaces through 3-D model making.
Phenomena of Image and Identity This module helps the student to recognize stereotypical imagery of human expression and emotion and their likely roots to race, region and social groups via Image Projection
Level 2
Fashion Marketing and Brands Promotion An in-depth understanding of the advertising process is provided. The co-relation between advertising as a part of larger brand promotion, and the integral role of styling and image design in the entire exercise.
Spatial Styling This module emphasizes on “Display” as the core image and identity of retail and other spaces.
Fashion Styling, Image & Identity in Media and Communication Study of print, electronic and new age media through their structure, operations and revenue dynamics. The relationship between styling and its impact on the varied channels of communication is analysed.
Industry Internship This module gives the sudent a real time experience of how it is to work in the industry. They get a chance to put to use the acquired knowledge.
Overseas Credits Exchange Our students get to experience the learning of eminent international institutes.
Industry Project This module gives the sudent a real time experience of how it is to work in the industry. They get a chance to put to use the acquired knowledge.
Level 3
Final Degree Work Guidance is provided to the student to demonstrate integrated application of the holistic learning of Levels 1 and 2 in the form of a comprehensive and realistic project in fashion styling and/or image design/p>
Department Workshop1: Personal Styling The student learns the basics of personal styling and image consultancy.
Department Workshop1: Fashion Editorial & Styling The students understand the workings of editorial styling and functioning of magazines. They learn how to execute concepts in an editorial space.
  • Fashion Stylists and Image Designers
  • Brand Stylists
  • Styling Coordinators
  • Stylists in Advertising
  • Stylists in the Television Industry
  • Coordinators in Publication

Pearl Academy Fashion Media Communication


Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : 10+2 in any discipline with minimum 50% marks
Location : Delhi NCR (West), Mumbai
Validation : Nottingham Trent University, UK
Certification : Media & Entertainment Skill Council (MESC)

The four-year UG course in Fashion Media Communication trains students and provides them with skills required for communicating fashion through various media formats such as journalism (print, electronic or new media), events and promotions (public relations and advertising).

The students study Elements and Principles of Fashion Design, Fashion Value Chain, Product Categories, Fashion Weeks, e-Fashion Retail and Trend Forecasts to promote fashion and lifestyle brands. Editing and writing for different formats such as print, broadcast and digital are also a core element of this course. The students also get exposure to areas such as visual merchandising, styling, graphic design, display and exhibit design, advertising, public relations and creative writing.

The course hones creativity, innovation and judgment along with intellectual acumen to formulate, develop and communicate conceptual arguments rooted in the context of fashion promotion.

Foundation Level
Fundamentals of Art and Design In this module, students are introduced to a range of skills, techniques, methods, materials and technologies relevant to design development and communication. Students also explore the role of art and design in society and consider the wider social and ethical responsibilities of designers.
Basics of Design Development The module focuses on furthering development of visual language and building student confidence through ‘out-of-the-box’ experimentation with the tools they have learned. Students also extend their understanding of social responsibility through focus on how cultural diversity impacts on design and design language.
Introduction to Design Tools & Techniques This module incorporates greater complexity and integration of different design processes (e.g. design tools with elements of design), the added dimension of problem identification; and solution through innovation and creativity.
Design Process The final foundation module, Design Process, is designed to ‘exit’ student with confidence in their ability to study design at degree level; it brings together all the learning of the year as students, within tight guidelines, plan and define their own project at this stage.
Level 1
Journalism & Media Studies This will equip students with methods for journalistic research to write, edit and produce material for various media formats (newspapers and magazines, radio and television, and online and multimedia operations). Photojournalism is a part of this module where in students will learn the art of documentation and creating effective visual messages through the photography medium.
Fashion, Culture & Lifestyle This module will provide an understanding of historic, traditional and contemporary fashion and textiles forms and images; its evolution through different periods and its impact on lifestyle, influences of global economic changes and socio- cultural environment. It will provide an insight into international global fashion designers, philosophies and design orientations. This module gives you the fashion vocabulary and the fashion terminology and becomes a base for fashion communication modules.
Fashion Advertising & PR 1 The module aims to introduce students to the concepts of marketing, brand management (brand positioning, brand building and measuring), advertising and public relations as applied to the fashion system.
Fashion Communication – 1 This module will develop basic learnings of Journalism & Media studies and Fashion, Culture & Lifestyle to a higher level of application to communicate fashion through print and digital media. It will also build on creative conceptualization and management of Events and cover event management concepts, budgeting and planning for a variety of events – from the launch of new brands, special initiatives, and new collections, to the launch of a new season or a new series of promotional activities.
Broadcast Media & Fashion-1 It will provide an understanding of the basics of the audio visual medium and create an awareness of the step wise approach to creating audio visual concepts specific to Fashion.
Level 2
Fashion Advertising & PR – 2 The module will introduce students to creative concepts, principles and strategies. It will orient students to planning media, budgeting and developing effective advertising campaigns across media. It will equip students with knowledge of public relation tools, practices and its application in fashion domain.
Fashion Communication – 2 The module will build on knowledge and skills gained at level one where Fashion Reporting will be taken to the next level that is critiquing principles, trend analysis, design & application of online media. Emphasis will be on developing the skills of visualization, representation and appreciation of three dimensional forms in apparel through fashion styling.
Broadcast Media & Fashion-2 It will enable students to execute high order communication solutions with a thorough understanding of the different needs of the fashion industry.
Industry Internship This internship experience will help them develop an ability to work as an effective and willing member of a team and sharpen problem-solving skills.
Overseas Credit Exchange / Domestic Credit Exchange This module will create opportunities for students to gain an in depth experience / exposure in a different institutional setting in another geographical area in the chosen discipline of specialization. While it is mandatory for students to learn the content taught by the host institute, they also need to study the history and application of the chosen module in current contexts of their discipline at Pearl.
Level 3
Workshop -1 : Entrepreneurship & Media Management Aims to train and expose students to effective entrepreneurial skills with a special focus on media companies. The module will help them understand the planning process required for setting up a small business (events / PR / advertising agency etc).
Workshop -2 : Elective from any other specialism Students have a choice to pick up any module offered across BA (Hons) courses at Pearl Academy.
Final Project Students will be mentored and guided to draw upon and integrate the learning of the modules completed across three levels and apply these to identify, innovate fashion media solutions.

Fashion Media Communication students emerge as dynamic professionals qualified to offer the most effective and commercially viable communication solutions for the fashion and lifestyle industry.

  • Fashion Journalists
  • Fashion PR Professionals
  • Fashion Editors
  • Fashion Event Designers

Pearl Academy Communication Design (Graphics / Interaction & Digital)



Pearl Academy Interior Design


Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : 10+2 pass in any discipline with minimum 50% marks.
Location : Delhi NCR (East & West), Jaipur, Mumbai
NATA 2016 scores accepted

The course in Interior Architecture & Design is geared up to meet expectations of the industry, to create a symbiosis between theoretical, technical, artistic, and creative areas. In practice, interior architects execute projects for myriad activities, including business and commercial establishments (offices and shops); places for recreation and hospitality (hotels, restaurants, resorts); health and cultural institutions (hospitals, schools, theaters, museums, places of worship); and residential interiors. In preparation for this wide range of design opportunities, the interior architect needs an academic grounding in basic problem solving, critical thinking, formal design skills, and pertinent historical and technical knowledge.

It is within this context that a comprehensive interior design curriculum at the undergraduate level will form a vital link in expanding the existing talent pool.

Pearl Academy has been awarded ‘Best Design Institute in India’ by ASSOCHAM and also as ’2nd Best Design School (National)’ by Edutainment Awards 2015. Pearl Academy’s association with ‘Institute of Indian Interior Designers‘ gives Pearl access to a nationwide network of interior design professionals, world class speakers and events. With strong alliances like these, the course promises to offer extensive exposure and opportunities for students to learn from

Foundation Level
Fundamentals of Art and Design In this module, students are introduced to a range of skills, techniques, methods, materials and technologies relevant to design development and communication. Students also explore the role of art and design in society and consider the wider social and ethical responsibilities of designers.
Basics of Design Development The module focuses on furthering development of visual language and building student confidence through ‘out-of-the-box’ experimentation with the tools they have learned. Students also extend their understanding of social responsibility through focus on how cultural diversity impacts on design and design language.
Introduction to Design Tools & Techniques This module incorporates greater complexity and integration of different design processes (e.g. design tools with elements of design), the added dimension of problem identification; and solution through innovation and creativity.
Design Process The final foundation module, Design Process, is designed to ‘exit’ student with confidence in their ability to study design at degree level; it brings together all the learning of the year as students, within tight guidelines, plan and define their own project at this stage.
Level 1
Theoretical Context 1 & 2

Spatial Context 1 & 2

Technical Context 1 & 2

Design Communication 1 & 2

Students will explore the historical and socio-cultural context for Interior Architecture and Design as well as gain a basic understanding of the technical aspects of design and construction. Students will integrate this fundamental knowledge into simple spatial design investigations. Following a recursive pattern, students in Level 1 will initially explore the dynamics of a familiar personal space using the human body as the basic design element. As students expand their sphere of cultural and technical exposure, they will apply this wider knowledge to a larger, yet still familiar context, such as the family or other small personal collective.

As a way to comprehensively bookend their recursive design explorations, the students in Level 1 will learn fundamental research and communication skills, the former to provide a sound analytical foundation for their design work and the latter to persuasively convey their abstract findings and investigations using written compositions, technical drawing, and graphical media.

Level 2
Theoretical Context 3

Spatial Context 3

Technical Context 3

Design Communication 3

Research Project

Internship

Technical Project

Overseas/ Domestic Exchange
(English language)

Level 2 students will do more independent work and will be expected to engage in design practice with a more professional and mature attitude. They will be given more educational options and be provided more opportunities for self-study and individual research as well as options for related and advanced study outside the classroom, either abroad, in other academic venues, or with industry partners. Learning will be more project-based, and will require the student to more self-critical and self-evaluative.
Level 3
Final Design Project

Departmental Workshop

Inter-departmental Workshop

Level 3 aims to prepare the student for the professional design practice, in which they will need to demonstrate originality, innovation, professionalism, and the ability to manage projects and develop critical thinking at a mature level, independently and with minimal mentorship.

Some careers options after completing this course are:

In practice interior architects execute projects for myriad human activities including business and commercial establishments (offices and shops); places for recreation and hospitality (hotels, restaurants, resorts); health and cultural institutions (hospitals, schools, theatres, museums, places of worship); and residential interiors. In preparation for this wide range of design opportunities, the interior architect needs an academic grounding in basic problem solving, critical thinking, formal design skills, and pertinent historical and technical knowledge.

  • Self-Employed Interior Architects
  • Entrepreneur
  • Salaried Jobs
  • Consultancy
  • Freelancing
  • Advisory
  • Education
  • Research

Pearl Academy Product Design


Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility : 10+2 in any discipline with minimum 50% marks
Location : Delhi NCR (*West), Mumbai
*Extension of course to new campus, Approval in process
NATA 2016 scores accepted

This four-year UG course in Product Design is spread across three yearly levels, comprised of six semesters, after one full year of Foundation (two semesters). The principal aim of this program in Product Design is to produce competent, creative and ethical product designers/entrepreneurs who are intellectually mature, ecologically sensitive and socially responsible. The program works towards creating employable graduates who are well grounded in their knowledge and skills in products, design, aesthetics, forms, craft & manufacturing and communication aspects of product design.

Foundation Level
Fundamentals of Art and Design In this module, students are introduced to a range of skills, techniques, methods, materials and technologies relevant to design development and communication. Students also explore the role of art and design in society and consider the wider social and ethical responsibilities of designers.
Basics of Design Development The module focuses on furthering development of visual language and building student confidence through ‘out-of-the-box’ experimentation with the tools they have learned. Students also extend their understanding of social responsibility through focus on how cultural diversity impacts on design and design language.
Introduction to Design Tools & Techniques This module incorporates greater complexity and integration of different design processes (e.g. design tools with elements of design), the added dimension of problem identification; and solution through innovation and creativity.
Design Process The final foundation module, Design Process, is designed to ‘exit’ student with confidence in their ability to study design at degree level; it brings together all the learning of the year as students, within tight guidelines, plan and define their own project at this stage.
LEVEL 1
Theory and Evolution of Designed Objects: History, Place, Culture of Objects/Artefacts and Art/Architecture/Design Movements Students learn about historical, cultural and theoretical evolution of product design. They learn, understand and appreciate the unique relationship between fields of Art, Architecture & Design. They develop basic skills for research, communication and articulation in presentation of structured and critical studies.
Design Methodology: Design process, contexts & paradigms The aim of the module is to help a student to develop knowledge of basic design principles. To encourage a student to understand and apply various design methods and processes in the context of product design.  The student will gain knowledge of, and apply – principles of aesthetics, form, function, and narrative in design. The module will also impart skills to communicate abstract and functional ideas in written, verbal, graphical and 3D form.
Understanding Material & Processes: Materials and Craft This module introduces basic property and processes ferrous and non-ferrous materials used for contemporary product making. Introduce students to hand and machine tools and learn working on them. Students learn manipulation of material through various tools as well as manipulation and methods of sourcing, cost, constrain of material
Design Research, Inspiration & Interpretation : Social, Culture & Lifestyle Implications of design This module is aimed towards imparting the skills of design research and synthesis and introduces a range of methods and techniques and its application. This will ensure a student has the capacity to frame contexts, ply autonomous thinking necessary for product design practice that will empower and cultivate innovation.
Design & Human Interaction: User Experience, Ergonomics and Anthropometry. This essential module deals with the understanding of human body in relationship within an environment with respect to both object and space. Human comfort is prime when making an object; this module will encourage students develop a sense of empathy towards design users. The students will also extend their knowledge of design principles of form and function and aesthetics by applying it to product creation, development and execution.
Applied Material & Manufacturing: Application of Materials, Mechanical  & Science Digital Processes within a given design context The aim of this module is to facilitate progressive understanding and exploration of materials and technology used in mass-production of consumer products. The students will be taken to visit industry and manufacturing hubs, they will be introduced to the complexities of scales of production including, cost, sustainability and optimization
LEVEL 2
Business of Design: Marketing, IPR, Entrepreneurship, Professional Ethics, Business Models The aim of this module is to help students understand basic concepts of marketing and consumer behaviour. This module will encourage students to understand areas of business like product development, launch, planning and its significance in relation to forecast, trends and market information. The students will be introduced to global business contexts and their relevance.
Design and Social Responsibility: Justice, Equality, Participation, Sharing, Sustainability. The module is aimed at developing among students a deep sensitivity and responsibility towards their environment and the people living within it. A student will be encouraged to use design thinking to address issues of social responsibility and engage from a place of empathy and knowledge. This module will help inculcate in a student attitudes that value justice, equality, participation, sharing, sustainability, and practices that intentionally engage social issues and recognize the consequences of decisions and actions.
Interactive Product/System Design: Designing with embedded technology for interactivity The aim of the module is to equip students to design for contemporary technologically and its potential future. The student will also develop a broad awareness of advances in the field of technology and social imperatives. The students will be encouraged to apply advanced knowledge of material and processes to design strategies for future looking products.
Research Project, or
Industrial Internship, or
Social Innovation Project, or
Overseas Exchange Program
Students get to choose between any of these options. They could either pursue single option for 14 weeks or two options by splitting them in two 7 week periods.
Research Project: To identify an area of theoretical study of appropriate scope and scale in the field of product design. They will learn to apply advanced research skills in a complex project.

Industry Project: Students get opportunity to apply their academic design knowledge to practical work in real-world context. They will associate with a design company for this period and work there to learn about that specific industry, manufacturing and the business of design.

Social Innovation Project: This module will help students identify an area of technical study or technical innovation of appropriate scope and scale in the field social design. Students will be encouraged to apply academic design and technical knowledge to practical work in real-world context

Overseas Exchange Program : The aims of the module is to provide the student an opportunity to engage in study at an alternative academic institution outside of India, in the discipline of product design or closely allied discipline

LEVEL 3
Inter-departmental Workshop Encouraging interdisciplinary learning, students can undertake this module in any of the other related UG courses offered at pear academy – from fashion to creative business.
Departmental Workshop A hands on workshop within the product design course, aimed at building advanced design knowledge and skills.
Final Design Project This is the final graduation project undertaken individually by each student, closely mentored by faculty. This project is the culmination of the various principles, processes, and concepts of a design education in a complete and thorough product design project using real-world parameters, constraints, and opportunities.
  • Product design professionals with leading brands
  • Independent design consultants
  • academicians within design education

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