Bachelor of

Design (B.Des.)

  • Interior
  • Immersive Digital Environments

Classes Begin 1st August

4 years Programme

Fully Residential Campus

Global Industry Leaders

Mandatory Internships

The Bachelor of Design (B.Des) is a professional degree programme for students who wish to work towards improving the inhabited spaces through experimental, experiential, and informed design processes. The courses within this uniquely crafted programme are taught by internationally trained design professors. It is a 4-year full-time programme approved by the UGC and Directorate of Higher Education, Haryana.

The professional practice courses include new forms of social and technical knowledge: diversity, sustainability, digital representations, and professional ethics. The programme offers the following pathways after a common foundation year:

  • Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) – Interior
  • Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) - Immersive Digital Environments




Alumni Network


International Collaboration


Countries Represented by Students


Faculty Student Ratio


Students can opt for any prefigured minor, or design their own minor in consultation with a faculty mentor. The minor area of study works in two ways for students: (1) provides an area of concentration within the major discipline or an associated field, and (2) provides an additional or a secondary area of study. Some career and employment opportunities for students are listed below each pathway.


  • Different Practices
  • Society & Culture
  • Rituals & Practice
  • Interiors & Interiority
  • The Idea of Aesthetic
  • The Sex of Design
  • Sourcing & Networks
  • Audits & Assesments
  • Objects & Material Culture
  • Derivative Design
  • Adaptive Re-use
  • Introduction to Project Management
  • Collections, Curations, Display, Meseum
  • BIM (Advanced Digital Skills)
  • Vernacular/ Where is Design

Immersive Digital Environments

  • Motion Media Design Technique
  • Virtual storytelling
  • Core principles of programming
  • Immersive sound design
  • Immersive animation
  • Digital imaging
  • Digital communication
  • Illustration and storyboarding
  • Representation lab
  • Elements and composition
  • Visual effects
  • Perceptual and Cognitive factors
  • User Experience and User Interface techniques




Learn through observation, documentation, and action. Cities, villages, sites, and studios are where students learn and gather practical experience in problem solving. Here they learn how to improvise, theorise practices, and practice theories in real-life situations.


JSAA has collaborations with top design and architecture colleges around the world.


Students of the Bachelor of Architecture programme enjoy access to a state-of-the-art tech-equipped facility to gain hands-on knowledge of design and architecture. The facility comprises a cutting-edge Digital Centre, a Virtual Environment Lab, a Foundation Studio, and Environment Research Lab, a Construction Yard and Lab, and a Fabrication Lab.

By experimenting and applying classroom learning to real-world environments, students are able to test theories, explore new ideas, and get an in-depth feel of design and architecture.

Successful completion of the Class 12 examination in any Stream from an Indian or Recognized international board (CBSE| ISE |State Board | Cambridge | IB | NIOS). (Please note: For IB, a student must secure a diploma, and for Cambridge, a minimum of 24 credits is mandatory).

Admission to the programme is through a competitive process conducted over three rounds:

  1. The application form
  2. Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (the entrance exam) or Qualified UCEED
  3. An interview process that includes a portfolio review.

Note - All the applicants who clear rounds 1 and 2 will receive the invite to appear in the Interview and portfolio review.

Jindal Creative Aptitude Test (JCAT), an online home-proctored entrance exam.

programme Fee: Rs. 3,00,000/- Per Year

Hostel Fee: Rs. 3,10,000/- Per Year

Application Fee: Rs. 2500/-

*The tuition & residential fee is subject to an increase of up to ten percent (10%) every year.