B.Des Entrance Toppers | Calicut
Dreaming of NID, NIFT, UCEED, or KS-DAT? Learn from the The best institute in Calicut for B. Des (NID, NIFT & U/CEED) DESIGN entrance coaching!
THiNC Institute of design is Proud of our students from Calicut who got top ranks in (B.Des) Design and fashion entrance exams of India’s top institutes like NID (National institute of Design) NIFT (National institute of Fashion Technology) and IIT (Dept of Design).


Why join THiNC?

At THiNC, we believe in providing a well-rounded educational experience that goes beyond the classroom. We offer a variety of events and activities throughout the year to help our students develop their creativity, skills, and network with others.

  • Workshops: In addition to our curriculum-tailored workshops, our institute also hosts workshops conducted by renowned institutions like UID & WID. This diverse range of programs ensures students have access to a rich learning environment.
  • SketchWalk: An outdoor sketching activity designed to help students connect with nature and practice their observational skills in the outside world.
  • Celebrations: We celebrate various occasions throughout the year, like Onam, Halloween, Christmas, etc., fostering a sense of community, cultural appreciation, and encouraging students to express their creative minds.
  • Interbranch Quiz Competitions: These competitions provide a platform for students from different branches to test their knowledge and build healthy competition.
  • Thinctober: Our annual art competition, open to both students and the wider community, challenges participants to push their boundaries, while students gain valuable exposure showcasing their work alongside other artists.
  • Artova: An inter-branch art competition that allows students to collaborate and create unique pieces of art.



For 12th Completed Students
  • Start date : May 06th & 13th , 2024
  • Duration : Till January, 2025
  • Class Timing : 10AM – 4PM
  • Add On : Online Sessions
  • Topics Covered : Drawing, Language, Quantitative, Important GK topics, Logical Reasoning

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Design & why should one choose Design as his/her Career?

Design is the study and practice focused on the interaction between a user and a human made environment. It takes into account aesthetics, functionality, context, culture and societal considerations. A designer always channels their creativity into the betterment of the society, solving problems and in turn making a career out of it by earning. Even though there are plenty of great Designers without a formal degree, the current world demands Designers to have a degree in design (Bachelor of Design – B.Des) & specializations like UI/UX design or Graphic Design or Animation or Game Design etc.

Enhance your quantitative abilities and English proficiency. Regularly engage in Mock Tests to build exam readiness.

Who is eligible for B.Des programme?

Irrespective of whichever stream you choose in your 12th standard (or equivalent qualifying exam), one can pursue Design. The Eligibility criteria slightly varies for different institutes, however the general eligibility criteria includes two points:

1. Passed or appeared in the qualifying exam (12th or equivalent).
2. Satisfy the age limit criteria.
3. IIT UCEED has a limit of maximum two attempts.
(Admissions criteria varies with respect to institutes.)

What are the specializations in the B.Des programme?

The following are some of the specialization in B.Des programme:
• Fashion Design
• Product Design
• Automobile Designer
• Interior Design
• UI/UX Design
• Accessory Design
• Animation Film Design
• Film & Communication Design
• Game Design
• Fashion Communication
• Textile Design

There are plenty of other fields of design, these are just a few of them.

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