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Career Guidance / Graphic Designing

About Us

“What separates design from art is that design is meant to be… functional.” ― Cameron Moll Designing is a highly developed field that requires trained people who are creatively innovative and artistic. There are many specialties that fall under the umbrella of the design industry. If you’re looking for an opportunity to combine your love of technology with your passion for design, you’ll probably find yourself faced with a tough choice: Graphic design versus Web design. Graphic designers use text and images to communicate information and ideas. They do not do any programming.

Career Way

Graphic Designing Career Path

Graphic Designing
Level Under-Graduate
Duration Certificate Courses: 6 months-1 year, Diploma Courses: 1-2 years, Bachelor Courses: 3-4 years, Master Courses: 2-3 years
Eligibility 10+2/Graduation (any discipline)
Entrance Exam Different colleges/institutes have different criterion
Specialization --
Average Course Fee INR 25,000 to INR 6,00,000
Mode Regular: Part-time/Full-time
Goal Graphic Designer, Logo Designer, Layout Editor


Department of Design (DOD), Guwahati
Frameboxx Animation, Mumbai
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur
Indian School of Design and Innovation, Mumbai
Industrial Design Centre IIT, Bombay
National Institute of Design(NID), Ahmedabad
Pearl Academy, New Delhi
Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, Bengaluru
Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, Pune
Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune

Key Skills

Communication Skills
Designing Skills

Career Prospectous

Graphic Designer
Art Worker
Design Consultant
Creative Director
Layout Editor for magazines
Visual Designer


The pay package is normally 10,000 INR – 25,000 INR per month which gets increased on the basis of experience.

Role Models

  • Akshar Pathak

    Akshar Pathak is a 24-year-old graphic designer who made it big, Bollywood style. A brand associate for Zomato by profession, he spends his spare time making minimalist Bollywood posters. A project which has over 72,565 likes on Facebook and 1,059,415 hits on its website. He even worked on a poster for Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Salaam Bombay! But that’s not all, if you’re lucky, he might make a poster out of your tweet, for his second project, the “Tweetard.” His quirky sense of humour and out-of-the- box thinking definitely reflects in his work.

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