Lets get to know you. Here are a few questions you need to go through and answer them for yourself to understand on scale of 1-10 if you will enjoy the course.
- Do you like drawing?
- Do you enjoy creative stuff?
- Are you interested in understanding why trends keep changing?
- Is your niche towards technical drawing more than creative drawing?
- Have you always wanted to be a designer in a unique field?
- Do you like to research and learn more about art and revolution?
- Do you like Jewellery?
- Do you have a Jewellery business or does it interest you?
- Do you believe that Jewellery is not only about adornment?
- Where did you hear about Jewellery Designing as a field for the first time?
If most of your answers are keeping you on your feet to enroll for the course here are some more details that would help you understand what the eligible criteria is for you to go ahead with Jewellery design as your career. Understanding the skills that you will eventually develop on this course:
- Creative Thinking: Being creative is something one learns in school and then decides to do things out of the box or out of the ordinary but what is creative thinking? Creative thinking consists of 5 points –
Analytical: ability to analyze things
Open-minded: thinking of things no one has considered before
Problem solving: Ability to solve important problems creatively
Organization: Being able to structure a plan of action with clear goals and deadlines
Communication: Strong written and oral skills, ability to listen and ask the right questionsCreative thinking is one such skill a design student ends up developing or polishing when they are on the programme which helps them get ready for on the field work.
- Visual Thinking: Visual thinking is also known as picture thinking. Visual thinking has been described as seeing words as a series of pictures. This capability is developed over a period of time by brainstorming themes first with words and connecting them to pictures and vice versa. Visual thinking is research and creativity based and one of the most important facets of the design industry not just for Jewellery.
- Research in Design: The research in design refers to the overall strategy that you choose to integrate the different components of the study in a coherent and logical way, thereby, ensuring you will effectively use the research primary or secondary as an inspiration for the following topic or theme one is working on. Later, making moodboards out of the research for easier explanation of ideas.
- Drawing: There is a difference between drawings and sketches and drafts and rough drawings. One comes to college with certain skills of drawing but now as we are focusing on hardcore designing we start with one of the most important things like principles and basics of design, a basic steady hand at drawing is a must then we move forward from there to motif and adaptation eventually moving to technical and intricate Jewellery designing.
- Computer Design Skills: To learn about CAD and other softwares one must have basic knowledge of using computer, basic understanding of powerpoint and word document also.
What courses are eligible for you?
- If you have completed your 10th grade then you are eligible for a Diploma in Jewellery Design.
- If you are a 12th pass out then you can apply for our Bachelors degree in Jewellery BSC/BDes.
- If you have done your graduation not necessary in Jewellery design but are looking into doing a Masters in a design and creative field then you are eligible for the Masters programme in Jewellery Design.
If you find this blog informative and are willing to research more before diving into the field you can talk to our faculties and get more information on the career prospects. If you are good to go then welcome on board.