Six Months Advance Course in Interior Designing

Refine your knowledge in interiors by this course. If you feel that you have not learnt enough in your current curriculum. Or you are a civil engineer or architect and want to upgrade your skills in interior design then our advanced course is just for you. If you have knowledge of 2D, 3D drawing but don't know the working on a project then come to us we will make you work upon live projects and teach you about furniture placements, the psychological impact of colours, lighting design, electrical load calculations and all service drawings like electrical, plumbing, false ceiling, estimation, tenders, BOQ, client handling etc. by the introduction of various projects like office, Playschool/Day Care, Showroom, diagnostic centre/clinic, salon, restaurant.


Eligibility For 6 Months Advance Interior Design Course

  • The student should have passed 10th with 45% marks & Diploma/Certificate/Degree in any Stream of Designing (Interior Designing, Architecture, and Civil).
  • Aptitude test and Interview

Duration: 6 Months

Classes : 6 Hrs / Week

6 Months Advance Short Term Interior Design Course in Delhi by Sukriti Professional Academy

Curriculum For 6 Months Advance Interior Design Course

  • Principles, techniques, and use of elements in the design.
  • Detailing and designing Residential/Commercial spaces and their related furniture.
  • Design consideration of colors/textures as per the respective areas.
  • Making all the working drawings of the projects including exteriors elevation.
  • Designing aspects of Terrace gardens/Front Lawns
  • Live project Report.
  • 2weeks of field training.


Examination & Certification For 6 Months Advance Interior Design Course

  • One Practical paper will be done after completion of the course.
  • Report submission and viva will be marked in the external exam.
  • Sheet Submission is mandatory and should be submitted within 15 days of the class taken or as per the dates given by the faculty.
  • To appear in the exam students must have submitted all the sheets of respective modules.
  • Marking scheme includes marks of all sheets, exams, material seminar, portfolio & viva, Live Project, Field Training.
  • Students will be issued a 6 Months Advance Certificate for Interior Design and Certificate for PowerPoint separately after completion of the course.


Get in Touch with SPA!

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Ar. Babita Srivastava Talking About 6 Months Advance Interior Design Course

Babita Srivastava: 6 months advance certificate course if you feel that you have not learnt enough in your current curriculum or even in your office or you are a civil engineer or architect and want to upgrade to learn interior design then our advanced course is just for you if you want if you have knowledge of to read 3D drawing but don't know the working on project then come to us we will make you work upon live projects and teach you about furniture replacements was to psychological impact of colours lighting design electrical load calculations all service drawings like electrical plumbing false ceiling seawood drawings details estimation tenders due to client handling at 17

Babita Srivastava: MSc interior design degree in interior design from Global University is provided in Sukriti Professional Academy it gives you an opportunity to complete your education and do Masters in interior design it's a correspondence course and all internal assignments and all exams will be taken in The Study Centre

Babita Srivastava: We provide you with one-week theory classes before the exams

Babita Srivastava: An interior design master's degree allows students to take courses according to their chosen specialization. Through research and theoretical classes, they can gain advanced knowledge in the field of interior design.


Interior designers can be found designing for a variety of settings, such as schools, homes, restaurants, airports, or office buildings. They are skilled in both architectural and decorating aspects of interior space. When interior designers begin working with a space, they consider the purpose of the rooms. They make design plans or draw up blueprints that include structural features, such as built-in bookcases. Interior designers also consider characteristics of a space, including colors, lighting and furniture.


Master of Interior Design students learns design concepts and the elements of interior spaces. In addition to practical and advanced design courses, a master's degree program in interior design also includes classes that focus on research and theoretical concepts such as:

  • Drawing
  • Interior lighting
  • Color theory
  • Furniture design
  • Interior materials
  • Human response and interior environments

Babita Srivastava: The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

The Master of Interior design is perfect for young graduates or professionals working in design and interested in attending a specialization course. The objective of the program is to produce a new professional quality by linking creative and technical skills. The Interior Design Master students will be taught stimulating design problems commonly faced in modern society.

Babita Srivastava: Beautiful & classy interiors don’t just happen. They are well planned & designed by qualified interior designers who combine their creative artistic skills to create beautiful functional spaces where people can work and live. Becoming a professional interior designer is more than just being creative. To be a successful interior designer, one requires formal education and training along with passion & determination of designing a splendid interior space.

Interior designers are professionals who convert an interior space into an attractive and functional home or office space. With their skills & expertise in colors, lighting, and materials to decorate, designs and aesthetic interior. Interior designers may either be self-employed or may even work for design servicing firms, architectural businesses, furniture stores, etc.

Interior designers offer services like

  • Consulting services to help determine project objectives
  • Generate innovative ideas for developing a functional and an aesthetic space
  • Creating illustrations for clients
  • Developing documents and specifications relative to interior spaces to be in compliance
  • Allocating, organizing, and arranging a space to best suit its function
  • Monitoring and managing construction and installation of design
  • Selecting and specifying fixtures, furnishings, products, materials, and colors
  • Purchasing products & decors.
  • Designing and managing the fabrication of custom furnishings and interior details
  • Designing lighting and decors.

Interior designers need to have a strong sense of style and creativity when choosing furnishings, decors, and fabrics for their clients. They need to possess an ability to visualize the end result of their strategic & skillful design components. Effective communication is one essential skill required to coordinate with the design team, clients, and engineers with regard to designing and constructing aspects. Also, one must possess a strong problem-solving ability so as to meet the necessary project's timeline & stated budget of clients.

1) Babita Srivastava: • Staying Creative

Contrary to what people may believe, creativity doesn’t come naturally and if it does, it may not stay forever. You’ve to work hard to maintain that creative streak.

For me, it can be signing up for new design crash courses, even though I hold a degree in interior designing and have been working actively for over a decade.

It can also be attending design conferences and most importantly, meeting with young design talent all across the country. For example, the above picture is from a design event where I was invited as a chief guest to honor the creative design students.

My work gives me an opportunity to do all of that, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Such things keep me inspired and help me stay creative to try new design trends and utilize it in my day-to-day work.

2) Creating Styles According To Clients

Arrogance doesn’t work well for interior designers. As interior designing professionals, you can’t make designs you love. You have to think of your clients, realize their vision, and create something that’s in sync with their personality.

I’ve practiced well to become a great listener so as to see what my clients want and give them exactly that! My goal is always to put the client first, no matter what!

3) Avoiding Repetitiveness

If you always end up creating some sort of design, you’ll fall into a rut. Soon, you’ll feel burned out and your clients wouldn’t like your work either.

It’s important to keep trying new things. It gets tough sometimes. There’s a lot of research and experimentation involved and honestly, it’s scary sometimes, especially when you’re a luxury interior designer like me. But it’s always worth it!

Interior design is one of those careers much like fashion and entertainment that holds a very romantic notion that all you do all day is to create warm, comfortable, and interesting home environments for other people who seek the help of an interior designer.

As an interior designer, it’s not just about picking out colors and fabrics to make a space more beautiful; interior designers also have to concern themselves with everything that needs to take place in order to meet a client’s needs and make them happy. That means interior designers must work on a strict deadline and make sure all of the work is completed on time. Facilitating all aspects of a project to ensure success means that the interior designer must deal with a number of very key people in order to accomplish what the designer and client originally set out as important goals to be met in creating a new design.

The designer must work with the painters, wallpaper designers, electricians, furniture manufacturers, fabric wholesalers, and others as needed to make the design process seem effortless and stress-free. This aspect of being an interior designer is not well-known by those who are considering becoming an interior designer.

Unless you personally know an interior designer or take part in doing some informational interviewing, there are many aspects of the job that are unknown to those considering a profession in the field.

4) Creating a Beautiful Design

Interior design is about creating a beautiful, comfortable space that makes the best of what a home initially offers and improving on those not-so-nice aspects like poor natural lighting or funky room layout that many homes have but few people know how to work with this to make the space more appealing.

Things to Consider

Beautiful homes don’t generally just happen they usually are created. There are several things that need to be considered when working to make a home more appealing.

The Space

Considering the overall space of a home and its individual rooms is one of the first things that an interior designer will consider. What are the dimensions of the space and how was it constructed are key questions that an interior designer needs to answer before they can move forward? What are the limitations of the space and what is its potential? What will the space be used for – relaxation, family, entertaining, or business?

Is the space designated for entertainment and family time such as a family room or is it a place to pay bills and conduct business? Some of the practical considerations that should be considered are the lighting, the sound, seating arrangements, and identifying other needs such as requiring a place for storage and a workspace that ideally stimulates the senses.

Health and safety concerns are also taken into consideration when designing a specific space or home. To address these needs the designer must learn about the needs of its inhabitants and identify what amenities would be appropriate in better meeting the client’s needs.

Are there certain psychological or behavioral needs of the occupants that should be addressed in the overall planning of the design and is there an environmental impact on the way that the design is created