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Certificate Course in Interior Design by HIITMS

Our certificate course is designed to provide you with the essential knowledge and principles required to excel in the residential interior design space. Whether you're just starting out or already have experience in the construction industry, this course is suitable for anyone who is passionate about design.
Our expert faculty will guide you through the course modules, which cover everything from the fundamentals of interior design to the creative solutions needed to meet clients’ needs within their budgets. With a focus on professionalism, our course will help you develop the skills you need to succeed in this competitive field.
Join us at HIITMS Academy and take the first step towards an exciting career in interior design!

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What is Certificate Course in Interior Design?

Interior design is a fast-expanding industry, and in India, careers in the field are among the most sought-after. Those that operate somewhat similarly to architects are interior designers. They assist in planning the layout of a building, whether it is a house, office, or any other type of establishment, and setting it up properly to make the best use of the available space. By taking a certificate course, you can start a career in this area.

Interior designers give businesses and people the ability to determine the layout, furniture, paint colors, and decorations of their spaces. Making a space seems beautiful and providing functional elements is the main responsibility of an interior decorator or designer.

What are the eligibility criteria of the admission for certificate in interior design?

What are the subjects & topics covered in certificate in interior design? 

For a start, the course syllabus includes the fundamental definitions. The learning process is supplemented by manual creative labour, thorough project work on software, and lectures and seminars by top experts in the fields of interior design and architecture. Under the direction of knowledgeable professors with backgrounds as interior and architectural designers, students will gain an understanding of design from their point of view. The module includes manuals for professional software programs and a reference guide for design concepts.

What is the duration of certificate course in interior design?

A certificate program in interior design is a full-time, 11 month program that offers advanced information on computer-aided design processes, color theory, and interior design technologies. It covers topics including residential and commercial design, the use of computer-aided design tools, sketching techniques, and other issues that interior designers face, including financial, legal, and ethical ones.

What are the opportunities available after completing certificate course in interior design?

Interior Designer: The responsibility is to supervise the complete interior space installation process following the planning, and they may also need to make necessary modifications. Also, they buy various furniture from catalogues and shops, and by utilising their contacts in the business, they can get deals on some products.

Textile Designers: They are primarily engaged in the fashion sector, but occasionally, other organisations are desperately searching for textile designers to create fabrics, embellish yarns, and create designs. They need to oversee the manufacturing, create the artwork, and evaluate the materials. Workers have to deal with carpets, sheets, furniture, and other things.

Interior Architects: They are in charge of creating plans to renovate and furnish houses and businesses following client suggestions. When making designs for a room, they may take interior design, lighting, and furniture into account.

Show Organisers: Those who plan and design exhibitions connected to trade, art, flower displays, and other events must do so with a captivating aesthetic. They should have a strong sense of organisation and be very good communicators. They manage a team of employees for a big company in reality.

Construction Managers & Builders: They share many similarities, and both must apply their combined expertise in engineering and construction. In addition to maintaining the construction site following all applicable laws and regulations, they are in charge of making construction schedules.

Successful completion of this course may open up career and employment opportunities for the students. The following degree programs are simple for students to choose from if they want to pursue further, higher education in a relevant field of study:

B.Sc: Those who are interested in pursuing a degree in interior design after completing this course can do so without much difficulty. The students are taught the fundamentals and components of conceptual planning, developing, and organising, among other things, during the three-year undergraduate degree program.

M.Sc: The M.Sc. in interior Design program gives advanced expertise in assessing, researching, and examining architectural designs, construction planning, arts, and more. It is a 2-year full-time post-graduate degree program. The postgraduates who complete this program can find well-paying employment in interior design firms, design studios, town planning divisions, private consulting services, and more.

What is HIITMS Academy Contribution for the students of interior design?

An extensive body of concepts and knowledge makes it possible for designers in the creative field of interior design to create new living spaces or redesign ones that already exist, thus continually stimulating demand in the local market. People have been changing and are now prepared to spend on interior design as a luxury in the general public in recent years. If interior designers can provide the proper creative interior solutions within the specified budget in a professional manner, they can meet the growing client demand.

The certificate program at HIITMS is a compendium of the key ideas that interior designers who wish to work on residential projects must understand. This course is open to all students, but it is especially appropriate for those who are already employed in the construction industry, such as civil engineers.





S.No.ModuleType of ExaminationInternalsExternalTotal
1.Fundamentals of Design(Graphics + History)Viva Voce100100200
2.Graphics in Interior Design I & IITheory/Studio100100200
3.Interior Design Materials & ConstructionTheory/Studio5050100
4.Fundamentals of Interior Design (Graphics+Studio+Services)Theory/Studio5050100


Basics Design provides the framework for understanding design as a new language by sensitizing students to the conceptual, visual and perceptual issues involved in the design process.

The Course provides with knowledge of the principles of design and design elements. Exercises complement the lecturers and ensure that the students learn to develop a series of compositions in two and three dimension. The Course also prepares ground for the students to gain an understanding into the fundamental issues in architectural design and develop the skill to create architectural solutions for simple problems.

Course Content:


The course introduces students to fundamental techniques of architectural drawing and develops, the appropriate skills for visualization and representation.

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Physical, behavioral and visual properties of the following materials and their use in the construction of floor, walls, ceilings, doors, windows, staircase, built in furniture and other components of interior architecture

Course Content:

Market surveys, case studies and site visits to understand the system of construction details. Study of material application n the form of a portfolio.


The aim is to impart necessary presentation and public speaking skills while extending the students expertise to various allied fields of the profession.

Topics suggested:

Role of Art in Interior Design; Eco-Friendly materials; Design philosophies of various designers; etc
Inputs shall be given on preparation of presentations, presentation styles; content planning, delivery; public speaking skills etc.


Interior design is understood as an act of creating environments that are functionally efficient, aesthetically appealing and above all, fulfills human needs and aspirations. The aim of the course is to develop awareness of the various factors and critically evaluate the roles they play in successful interior.

Course Content:

Market surveys, case studies and site visits to understand the system of construction details. Study of material application n the form of a portfolio.


Course Content:

Market surveys, case studies and site visits to understand the system of construction details. Study of material application n the form of a portfolio.


S.No.ModuleType of ExaminationInternalsExternalsTotal
1.Interior Design Studio-I(Residence)Viva Voce100100200
2.Interior Design Studio-II (Office - Residence and showroom)Viva Voce100100200
3.Furniture & Accessory DesignTheory/Studio5050100
4.Professional Practice & ManagementTheory/Studio5050100
6.Practical TrainingPractical100100200

ID-06. INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO-I(Residence Project)

The Interior Design Studio must reflect the input from all the other subjects.
Two interior schemes of different functional types: Residential projects at different scales will from the major design assignment.
One time problem to be included.
Emphasis shall be on creating a professional looking portfolio containing the exercises taken up in this module.

Course Content:


- Contemporary Details-Nonie Nirdrwand.
- Interior Design-Principles and practice-M.Pratap Rao
- Time-Saver Standards.


The Design exercise should reflect the inputs from other subjects. The design process involve literature studies, case studies, data collections and analysis eventually resulting in a interior schema where theme based design is emphasized. Two Interior schemes of different functional types viz., Retail and Commercial environments such as Boutique, Restaurants, Office spaces, Retail outlets etc. Design portfolio should include furniture layout, electrical layout, false ceiling plan, partition designs & details, flooring plan, design of door &windows color schemes etc, specifying materials usage and the related technical knowledge.


The course aimed to impart understanding of formal and functional issues in Furniture and accessories constituting an interior environment. Furniture categories: Seating, table & desks, showcases, storage,

Shopping windows, modular furniture system, modular furniture

Furniture covering & upholstery. Built in furniture-seating, shelves, closets, planters, divider etc. Brief account of the evolution of furniture. Study of Contemporary furniture and accessories design Ergonomics and comfort in furniture design. Study of object and products of industrial design used in interiors. Accessories design in interiors.

Estimating and Costing practices in furniture design and interior design to include: Specification writing; Volumetric quantifications and analysis; Bill of quantities; Schedules of rates; Standard mode of measurements; Rate analysis. Costing formats (item-based; Area-based; Cost-plus; Percentage-based etc).


Issues in interior Design Profession: Nature of work; Constraints; Best-practices:

Role of a interiors designer as a professional. Types of practice: Private practice; Freelancing; Partnership; Associate ships etc.,

Types of offices for architectural. Practice: staff structure; filing of records, correspondence and drawings; maintenance of accounts:

Presentation in meeting, recording minutes of meeting. A small report to be prepared by each student after visiting an architect’s office.

Getting Project: Competition work; Fee and Compensation;

Procedures for execution of projects; Documentation and Certifications; Contracting: Type of contracts such as item rate, labour, lump sum, coat plus percentage, demolition etc. Tendering and Bidding procedures.

Introduction to interior project management, its objectives, resources and team. Tools & techniques for project management; bar charts, networking techniques. Resource management Client-servicing: Client contacts and relationship issues,

Professional Interior Design Societies; Licensing and Registering, Contract, Management, Office resources, Code of Conduct of interiors designer, Client & types of Practices


Interior Design Dissertation project is intended to develop research and report writing skills.

The student is expected to select a design oriented topic of his/her choice and pursue the breadth and depths of the chosen topic submit a dissertation report as a final product which includes literature and case study. The study shall address to academic and professional interests of field.

The student is expected to submit a proposal for a project of his choice for approval, to the project coordinator, The proposal must clearly indicate the scope of work, Methodology, objectives and spectrum of studies to validate the interference. Evaluation shall be on the basis of a Presentation and Viva-Voce.


Every student must work in an Interior Designer’s/Architect office as a full-time trainee for a period of two months (excluding Viva-voce) from the date of commencement of training the Chief consultant in the firm should be registered with the Council of Architecture and have a minimum of five years of practical/professional experience after her/his graduation the student should involve herself/himself in various aspects of work in an office like working drawings, presentation drawings, quantity estimating, site supervision etc.

After completion of training every student will have to submit a detailed report with a set of drawings on at least one project on which she/he has worked during of the tenure of the practical training period. This report will be evaluated at a viva-voce by a jury. After submission of the report the department at its convenience will arrange for the conduct of the viva-voce examination.