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Mr. Nealesh Dalal, managing trustee, discusses why JDSD’s design education is exceptional for aspiring designers.


“The design sector has advanced significantly. It used to be disregarded as a place for the arts, but now it’s a sector dedicated to fixing issues. According to Mr. Nealesh Dalal, Managing Trustee of JD, “it has empowered creative minds, and JD School of Design works to teach the same mind and make them industry ready.” JD School of Design is well on its way to accomplishing its dream with its cutting edge undergraduate and graduate programmes, as its graduates carve out a position for themselves in the competitive design market. What draws candidates from across the nation to JDSD as a desired location? Mr. Dalal discusses the school’s educational cornerstones and distinctive USPs.

Powered by a modern education for the modern era

We are on the edge of a new world with more interesting chances for professionals in the design sector as the pandemic is about to come to an end. According to Mr. Dalal, the industry-focused curriculum at JD School of Design is just the beginning of the school’s ambition to make India known for its design education. “JDSD is a unique design school with a globally oriented pedagogy and a tech-enabled curriculum. Each course is carefully selected with the aid of subject-matter experts and thorough study. To provide pupils a hands-on experience, mentors and educators incorporate a practical approach into their teaching methods, he says.

Guided by mentors with industry experience

Leading professionals and academics from all around the world are drawn to JDSD because of its rising reputation as the pioneer in design education. They bring their wealth of knowledge to the table so that students can develop into professionals with vital real-world knowledge. Mr. Dalal emphasizes the meticulous selection of professors and their contributions to the programme. “We evaluate their credentials, technique, topic knowledge, technological prowess, and any novel approaches they intend to pursue. They provide real-world experience, a willingness to solve problems, and connections in the industry to support design enthusiasts in getting a firm presence in the market, he claims.

Supported by a strong industrial network

The industrial relationships that JD School of Design has cultivated don’t merely come from the teachers. The JD Institute of Fashion Technology’s history has been used to forge solid alliances that make it possible for students to access a variety of venues for practical experience. “At JDSD, industry visits, workshops, seminars, competitions, and exhibits are commonplace. Their active participation in design competitions, fashion shows, and design expos enables them to join the sector with an unmatched portfolio. They are able to understand the business and identify opportunities to make their own identity, thanks to our solid relationships and network, said Mr. Dalal.

Benefited by International collaborations

Cumulus, EQAC, the Indo French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the EU India Chambers, the London College of Fashion, the Chelsea College of Art & Design, India Fashion Week London, and KOEFIA are partners and associates of JDSD. Mr. Dalal acknowledges their contribution to the global recognition of Indian designers and states, “We interact with prominent international bodies and recruit specialists from overseas to provide international exposure to our young designers. Indian designers are talented, skilled, and highly professional; we support platforms that highlight them internationally.

What JDSD seems to have in planned

Mr. Dalal is conscious that the design industry has changed and that the educational method must change in order to keep up with the demands of the present and the demands of the future. He thinks that education nowadays is diverse and on the practical side, with bits of psychology, history, art, and other subjects. “In the near future, design education will follow a more technological path, using cutting-edge and environmentally friendly methods to curate the concepts. With a vision of a bright future for the institute, its students, and consequently India’s design sector as a whole, he adds, “We will develop new courses in sync with the changes and further our foreign relationships.

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