Industrial design is concerned primarily with the relationship between industries, systems and those who use them. This faculty inculcates user-centric approach and processes. Responsibility and concerns towards the social, physical and ecological environments are emphasized in the process of developing innovative ideas.
The Industrial Design discipline assimilates inputs in diverse domains such as human factors, cognitive
ergonomics, form studies, studio skills, advanced CAD, research methods, design management, materials and manufacturing processes and social sciences. Emphasis is on process centric approach that shapes a student’s education through participation and teamwork. Design projects form the core of an Industrial designer’s education and cover broad areas that Industrial designers are likely to encounter in their professional careers.