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B.Des Industrial Design

Program Outline

MGMU Leonardo da Vinci Industrial Design program is designed to unlock the creative potential with our dynamic curriculum which explores the fashion of art and technology as candidate learns to conceptualize, prototype and bring innovative products to life.


The candidate should have passed 1042 examination from recognized board or equivalent, with minimum of 50% marks (at least 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories, Economically Weaker Section and Persons with Disability belonging to Maharashtra State only). Foreign students should have passed an equivalent exam and must have required proficiency in English Language.
Valid score in MGMU-CET


8 Semesters | 4 year

Key Featrures

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Year wise Program Structure of Undergraduate Program


Year 1

Professional Core(PC)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)

Indian knowledge System (IKS)

Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)


Year 2

Professional Core (PC)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)

Indian Knowledge System


Value Education Course (VEC)


OpenElective (OE)


Year 3

Professional Core (PC)

Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)

Ability Enhancement Course (AEC)

Year 4


Professional Core (PC)

Professional Elective (PE)

Graduation Project (GP) Design / Art Collection

FieldProject (FP)

Industry Internship (OJT)

SR.NO NAME Organization
1 Dr. Monika Aggarwal Chairperson, Dean Faculty of Design, MGM University, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar, Email id: [email protected].
2 Shri Sunil Patil Professor, HOD Architecture department JNEC MGMU Chh. Sambhajinagar
3 Ms. Vijaylaxmi Sonkamble Associate Professor Dept. Mechnical Engineering JNEC MGMU Chh. Sambhajinagar
4 Mr. Atul Kunjar Assistant Professor, Department of Fine Arts MGM University, MGM University, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar
5 Shri Ajay Dattatryarao Kulkarni Expert in Industry,Architect Designer Chh. Sambhajinagar
6 Mr. Niteen Kumar Sinha Designer, Creative Director & Admin head -FUME DESIGNS -Delhi
7 Ms. Anuja Dhulekar Expert in Academics, Educator/ industrial Designer MITWPU, PUNE
8 Niteen Anant Patil Design Faculty, Design Consultant And founder for ISTITUTO DE DISEGNO
9 Dr. Ganesh S. Jadhav Expert in Research organization, Assistant Professor School of Design MIT WPU PUNE

A degree in Industrial Design opens up a wide range of career opportunities in various industries where design plays a crucial role in creating products, systems, and experiences. Industrial designers are responsible for the aesthetic and functional aspects of the design process. Here are some potential career paths you can consider after completing a degree in Industrial Design:

Industrial Designer: This is the most direct career path, where you work as an industrial designer to create and develop products. You'll collaborate with teams to design consumer goods, electronics, furniture, medical devices, and more.

Product Designer: Product designers specialize in creating consumer products, considering factors such as usability, ergonomics, aesthetics, and manufacturing processes. They often work for consumer goods companies.

Automotive Designer: Automotive designers focus on designing vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, and even public transportation. They work on the exterior and interior aesthetics, functionality, and safety features.

Furniture Designer: Furniture designers create unique and functional furniture pieces, such as chairs, tables, and cabinets, often for manufacturers or as independent designers.

Industrial Design Consultant: As a consultant, you can offer your expertise to companies looking for design solutions. You may work on various projects and industries, providing innovative design concepts and strategies.

Design Researcher: Design researchers study consumer behavior, market trends, and user needs to inform the design process. They often work with design teams to ensure products meet customer expectations.

User Experience (UX) Designer: UX designers focus on the user's overall experience with a product or system. They design user interfaces, conduct usability testing, and ensure products are intuitive and user-friendly.

User Interface (UI) Designer: UI designers work on the visual aspects of digital products, such as websites, apps, and software interfaces. They create layouts, graphics, and interactive elements.

Design Manager: Design managers oversee design teams, ensuring that projects meet deadlines, budgets, and quality standards. They may also be involved in strategic design planning.

Packaging Designer: Packaging designers create attractive and functional packaging for products. They consider branding, product protection, and consumer appeal.

Sustainability Designer: Sustainability designers focus on creating environmentally friendly and sustainable products and systems. They consider the entire lifecycle of products, from production to disposal.

Innovation Strategist: Innovation strategists help companies identify new opportunities and develop innovative products or services that can give them a competitive edge in the market.

Design Educator: With additional education and experience, you can become a design educator, teaching industrial design at universities or design schools.

Exhibition Designer: Exhibition designers plan and design spaces for museums, trade shows, and events, creating engaging environments to showcase products or art.

Medical Device Designer: Medical device designers specialize in designing equipment and devices used in the healthcare industry, focusing on safety, usability, and regulatory compliance.

Design Entrepreneur: If you have a unique product idea, you can start your own design studio or company to bring your designs to market.

Networking, internships, and building a strong portfolio are essential for success in the field of industrial design. Additionally, staying updated with the latest design trends, materials, and manufacturing technologies is crucial to remain competitive in this dynamic industry.

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Mr. Atul Kunjar

Ms. Shruti Bumb

Ms. Shweta Mahajan

Amit Ashokrao Deshpande

Abraham Pathrose

Dr. Vijayalaxmi V. Sonkamble

Computer Lab

The Computer lab caters the class of 40 students. List of Design Software accessible to the students:-

Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, CorelDRAW AutoCAD

(All the computers have 24X7 internet access.)


IFD Total books. 601 volume Total magazine 06 Volume 189

Total journal 03 Volume 30

COFA Total books volume 852 Total magazine 4

Textile Testing Lab

List of equipment’s accessible to the students: -Fibre testing equipment - Microscope

Yarn Testing Equipment - Beesly Balance Twist Tester Wrap Reel Motorized Crease Recovery tester GSM Round Cutter Fabric thickness tester Tearing strength tester

Washable platform for Chemical Testing with a sink at the corner For Mechanical Testing wooden platforms or tables with storage and a centre table for cutting of specimen and demonstration

Weaving Studio

Equipped with table looms so that students can create weave patterns.

Garment Construction Lab

Garment Construction lab is equipped with commercial sewing machines (Juki), drafting tables and white boards

Pattern / Draping Making Studio

The Pattern making studio is equipped with drafting tables, dress forms and white boards.

Display Arches

Exhibition Area to exhibit students, work.