i am pursuing engineering due to family pressure but my interest completely lies in interior designing so is there in any option

i want ur suggestion as to how can i do interior designing but i don't want to go for interior after completion o my engineering.i would like to have ur suggestion for all the possible ways i can go for interior

0 59 Views | Posted 2011-10-04 19:50:14
Asked by sejal

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    Manmeet Kaur | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-05 13:31:18
    Hi Sejal, Interior Design requires professional experience and training, you must be certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. An Interior Designer needs a more specific skill set. Their job can include interior decoration, but also extends to the actual buildings as well. For your help, I am sending you links, please place it in your address bar.
    Hope this will help you in the best way. Feel free to raise more queries or you may close the question by liking it or marking it as the best answer. All the best!
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    Komal Sahai

    2011-10-05 12:53:38
    Hi Sejal,
    Its nice to know that you are doing your engineering because your parents want you to do so. But if your interested is towards interior designing then let me be honest, Interior Designing and Decoration is also a good profession. I would suggest you to go for a part time or weekend course as there are many institutes offering you so. And there are many institutes offering you with placement assistance as well.
    If you have any other query feel free to raise otherwise you may close the question by giving it a like on it or marking it as best answer.
    Hope this information helps you. All the best!!

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