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NID UPDATE

Heritage Campus at Ahmedabad

R & D Campus at Bangalore


PG Campus at Gandhinagar

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DESIGN


AHMEDABAD, GANDHINAGAR, BANGALORE

GLOBAL LEADER IN DESIGN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

NID IN THE 21ST CENTURY (2000-2008)


Pioneering Design Education
• NID pioneered design education in the country since 1961
• NID is the only institution which offers UG / PG and Research
Programmes under one roof as a specialised design Institute
• NID has the largest number of PG Programmes in diverse design
disciplines in the world
• NID has three campuses focusing on UG education, PG Programmes
and Research & Development in Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and
Bangalore respectively
• NID has the largest number of Applied Design Research Chairs in the
country which include John Bissell Research Chair for Textile Design-
Technology Fusion, O P Jindal Chair for Stainless Steel Product and
Innovation Development, Ravi Matthai Chair for Design Education
and Management, NID-Autodesk Chair for Design Education
Innovation, Asian Paints Colour Research Lab: Principal Designer,
Charles Eames Emeritus Fellowships and Jamsetji Tata Chair for
Universal Design instituted in the last 5 years for undertaking
cutting edge design research thus establishing global leadership

Leader in Design Education & Research

• NID’s alumni have earned global recognition by winning


many awards across categories.
• Since 2001, NID has transformed its infrastructure including
labs, studios, Knowledge Management Centre to be on par
with best-in-class institutions in the world.
• By setting up Design Vision Centre in 2005, dedicated to the
nation by His Excellency, President of India, Shri A P J Abdul
Kalam, NID has become arguably the most advanced Mind to
Market facility among design institutions.
• NID has set up the first National Design Business Incubator in
the country in 2003, thus initiating design entrepreneurship
in the country
• NID has initiated 360° performance appraisal system
through KPA for faculty and encourages continuous
upgradation. Currently, 10 faculty members are engaged
in PhD. Programmes
World-Class Infrastructure

World-Class Infrastructure

Design Vision Centre at NID Heritage Campus,


Design Vision Centre at NID Ahmedabad

NID Asian Paints Colour Research Lab at


Knowledge Management Centre at NID R & D Campus, Bangalore
World-Class Infrastructure

Video Studio Weaving Studio

Information Technology Centre Metal Studio

Global Recognition for NID

Business Week, USA


placing NID as one
of the top most
institutions for
design in the world
in two consecutive
years (2006, 2007)
National & International Laurels

NID’s Contribution to Spread of Design Education


Increased intake and throughput

1000
896
900
800 750

700 Annual Intake of Students


600
Total No. of Students in
500
386 Campuses
400 Students Convocated
269
300 227 222
185
200
83
100 35

0
2000-01 2006-07 2007-08
Placement / Diploma Project / Industrial Training
offered by the Companies during the Industry Interface

140

120 Placement
100
Diploma
80 Project
60 Industrial
Training
40 Total Offers
20

0
2005 2006 2007

Year Placement Diploma Industrial Total Offers


Project Training

December 2005 18 28 02 48

December 2006 41 30 22 93

December 2007 55 45 24 124

Salary / Incentive offered in Industry Interface

(December 2006)
Highest Salary Offered is: Rs. 4.3 lacs p.a.

(December 2007)
Average salary offered: Rs. 4.2 lacs p.a.

Highest salary offered is: Rs. 9.9 lacs p.a.

Highest stipend is Rs. 18,000/- for Diploma Students

MAJOR RECRUITERS FROM CAMPUS


Swadeshi Silks, Honeywell Technology Solutions, Bangalore,
Maruti Suzuki India Limited, M/s Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd.,
The Times of India, LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd., Mahindra &
Mahindra Ltd., The Unisource Group, Honda R & D India Pvt. Ltd.,
Grottini SRL Italy, General Motors Design, OGS Animation Pvt. Ltd
etc., ADIG Studio / RDG India/RDG, TI Cycles of India
New Initiatives

• For the first time, NID has set up a Faculty


Development Centre for all round development
of faculty and for continuously training in new
instructional methodologies and techniques

• NID is introducing country’s first National Test


for Design Education - NEED for 2009-10
Academic Year
• NID students have won outstanding number of
national and international prizes in recent
years and 27 in 2007 alone

• The Institute has won the best Communication


Design and Apparel Design Institute Awards
in consecutive years

New Initiatives

NID has pioneered CII-NID Design


Summit since 2001, BW-NID Design
Excellence Award since 2003 and India’s
first Design Centre ITPO-NID Design
Showcase from 2002, Design Idea Fair
since 2006 and has been responsible for
initiation and drafting of the National
Design Policy ‘07.
National Entrance Exam for Design (NEED)
• Objective: Create a robust Design Aptitude Test for UG / PG
Programme of NID which can be inclusive enough for other
institutes to subscribe.
• Major Step: Initiation of National Entrance Exam for Design
Administration: 3 Experts designated for completing the
assessment, validation & facilitation, with the following
objectives:
• Complete ‘Documentation of the Existing System’
• Making the system robust, contemporary and address some
of the feedback on different aspects.
• Design relevant training inputs to align all the staff involved
in the process to a National Selection System.
• Creating an administrative and IT / Database Management
infrastructure for National Entrance Exam for Design
• Admission Committee and the External Experts to work
together for completing transition to new system in 2009-10
so that the NEED can be launched in October 2008.

Global Alliances

• Design Edge: NID-Autodesk Centre for Excellence


in Digital Sustainability at Heritage Campus, Ahmedabad
• NID-Autodesk Digital Centre for Excellence on
3D Modelling at Bangalore
• NID-Autodesk Centre for Excellence for Digital Cinema
planned at PG Campus, Gandhinagar
• NID-Asian Paints Colour Research Studio, Living Colours
set up at NID R & D Campus, Bangalore from September ‘07
• Induction to PACE by General Motors, USA from 1st May ‘08
• Herman Miller, USA Initiatives and Scholarships
for Furniture and Interior Students
• Pinninfarina, Domus Academy, Italy collaboration
for NID’s Transportation and Automobile Design Programme
NID ACTION PLANS FOR 11TH FYP (2007-2012)

NID Forward Plan – Broad Contours

1. Upgrading Infrastructure and improving realtime


Connectivity between 3 Campuses
2. Increasing Reach of NID:
• New Campuses under National Design Policy
• Completion of PG Campus, Gandhinagar to become
World’s first multi-disciplinary Research-led PG Campus for
Design Education
• Expansion of Bangalore R & D Campus to a full-fledged
education and Research Campus for both UG/PG
3. Obtaining “Deemed to be University” Status for NID.
4. Strengthening Foundation Programme as a separate entity
5. Envisioning new sectoral PG Programmes in emergent
areas
6. Other New Initiatives:
i. Design Aptitude Test Administration (NEED)
ii. IPR Cell expansion
iii. Expanding Satellites of NID and creating
Innovation Hubs
7. Expanding Scope, Scale of Research Initiatives
8. Setting up of section 25 company for NID’s
Integrated Design Consultancy Services
9. Hiring off NDBI as a separate society and expanding
the same to Bangalore and Gandhinagar with the help
of DIPP & DST & setting up new incubators in
Bangalore / Gandhinagar
10. Human Resource Development and Faculty
Development Centre

11. Expansion of focus Centres at NID:


• Toy Innovation Centre
• Centre for Bamboo Initiatives
• International Centre for Indian Crafts etc.
12. Expanding and Qualitatively strengthening
International ties.
13. Setting up of Design/Innovation Centres as
front end of sectoral PG Programmes for
increased Institute-Industry nexus leading to
increased Industry relevance and leadership.
14. Working closely with the proposed India
Design Council, Associations of Designers,
and other stakeholders, to take the design
profession and movement forward nationally
and globally.
15. Design Thrust in North-East Region and
Backward States for value addition.
16. Increase of UG Students from current 75 to 120
and then to180 during the XIth FYP.

NID’s 11th FYP (2007-2012) Outlay Proposed – Rs.140.00 Crores


10.Infrastructure for
Implementation of
New Reservation Policy for
9. Interior, LAN/WAN, Equipment for 11.Schemes for OBCs. (Hostels, machinery,
commencement of two regular Implementation interiors, LAN/WAN,
1.7 0 Cro

PG/PG Programmes from R & D of National Design computers knowledge


3 .0
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Campus, B’lore & other New Policy: *Interior, resources etc.)


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Campuses/Extn. Centres LAN/WAN, 1.70 Crores


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Management Resources PG Campus, 20.00 Crores


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6. Machinery/Equipment/ 15.50 Crores


Furniture/IT Systems /IT 2.80
Crore
hardware/Software/ Connectivity s
Transport/Vehicle/Library
books & A V Publication 11.50 Crores
for Paldi/Gandhinagar/
R & D Campus,B'lore
5. Programmes for 1. Education, Research,
Implementation of Outreach
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National Design Policy: ror Programmes and
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* Admn. Expr / Salary for 9.1 Publication etc.
Design Education &
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4. Design Aptitude Test (NEED)


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3. Financial Support for Implementation


2. S

of New Reservation Policy for OBCs


7.60 Crores
Financial Performance of NID Over the IXth Xth
& Projections for XIth FYP
Financial Performance of NID Over the IXth, Xth &
Projection for Xith FYP

14000

12000

10000
Rs.in lacs

8000

6000

4000

2000

0
9th FYP (Actuals) 10th FYP (Actuals) 11th FYP(Projected)
Revenue 1801 3362 7550
Capital 1316 2066 6450
Total 3117 5448 14000

Towards Self Sufficiency: IXth Xth FYP


& Projections for XIth FYP

3000

2500

2000
Rs. in lacs

1500

1000

500

0
1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Government Grant(Recurring) 395 393 423 464 547 627 652 710 749 854 953
NID's Own Income 189 242 346 486 757 1237 1720 1731 1600 1628 1670
Revenue Expenditure & Dependency on Govt. Grant
Over the Years (1997-98 to 2007-08)

100
90
80
Rs. in Crore

70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Total Revenue Expenditure 5.84 6.35 7.69 9.50 13.04 18.64 23.72 24.41 23.49 24.82 26.23
Government Grant(Recurring) 3.95 3.93 4.23 4.64 5.47 6.27 6.52 7.10 7.49 8.54 9.53
NID's Own Income(Gross) 1.89 2.42 3.46 4.86 7.57 12.37 17.20 17.31 16.0 16.28 16.70
Dependency on Govt.(%) 68 62 55 49 42 34 27 29 32 34 36

Physical Performances: Intake, Students on Roll, Throughput

900
800
700
No.of Students

600
500
400
300
200
100
0
1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Annual Intake of Students 83 72 86 83 114 148 198 200 209 227 275
Students on Roll 323 350 360 386 431 499 578 675 725 750 815
Through put(Students Convocated) 49 48 57 35 51 73 83 88 128 223 250
FUTURE GROWTH STRATEGIES WITH SUPPORT
OF PLANNING COMMISSION / DIPP
• 4 New Design Campuses proposed under the National
Design Policy 2007
• ERP implementation for connecting 3 campuses on a
paperless mode
• Expansion of NDBI in Bangalore and Gandhinagar
• Completion of the Second Phase Construction and
commencing Final Phase Plan of PG Campus,
Gandhinagar
• Expansion of R & D Campus, Bangalore : Vertical
Expansion and setting up of an Educational Complex
• Revamping of Old Hostels in Heritage (Main) Campus
at Paldi
• National Design Museum on the Riverfront
commemorating the Golden Jubilee Celebration of
NID in 2010-2011

THANK YOU

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