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SYMPOSIUM on 'Design Education : Introspections & Prescriptions'

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Mar '10
Design is the human power to conceive, plan, and realize products that serve human beings in the accomplishment of any individual or collective purpose.

Designing is exciting and stimulating profession. Designers tap their hidden or suppressed fountainheads of creativity within them and create designs which improve our everyday life. Area of interest for a designer may vary from textiles to top applications of technology.

Vaitarna have been organizing Career guidance and Career counselling exclusively dedicated to Design Education. Many students have got benefits from such an event during earlier times. This year we have organized a SYMPOSIUM on “DESIGN EDUCATION : INTROSPECTIONS & PRESCRIPTIONS” on the 21st April' 2010 at the S.N.D.T.Women's University's Juhu Campus.

This Symposium offers a unique platform for the Institutions offering courses in various fields of Design and the students aspiring to grow as future Designers in the areas of Textiles : Fashion, Jewellery, Interiors, and Ceramics etc. This is an opportunity for both the sides to meet face to face, collect information, ask all the questions and get all doubts cleared.

Registration :
Institutions Rs. 3,000/-
Individuals Rs. 1,000/-
Students Rs. 500/-

Last date of Registration : 10th April'2010

Tentative Program :
10 am : Registration
11 am : Welcome Address : Dr Manjula Jagatramka

Design Education : Overview & Background
1 pm : Networking over Lunch
2 pm : Careers in Design -Feed Back from Alumni
3 pm : Employment Opportunity for Designers
4 pm : Presentations from the Institutions

(Panel Discussion with experts)
5 pm : Open Session / Question Hour

Resource Persons :
Prof Heena Gorsia: (Kolkata)
Mr Surendra Khajanchi: Architectural & Interior Designer
Ms Vanmala Jain: Ceramic Designer
Ms Aparna Bangia: Fashion Designer (Ist batch NIFT Mumbai)

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