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Sculpture Park At Jaipur

India’s first contemporary Sculpture Park now open to the public
The Hon'ble, Vasundhara Raje inaugurates The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Jaipur



December 11, 2017: The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur was formally launched by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje on Sunday 10 December 2017. Through a unique collaboration between the Government of Rajasthan, Saat Saath Arts and a number of corporate sponsors, Madhavendra Palace has transformed into India's first contemporary Sculpture Park, exhibiting a range of top Indian and international contemporary artists.
The launch of The Sculpture Park commenced with a walkthrough for the press by curator Peter Nagy.  The Hon'ble chief minister of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje arrived in the evening and officially inaugurated the event with a speech which emphasized the importance of the initiative and thanked the team of Saat Saath Arts and the officials who supported this project. Her speech was followed by Malvika Singh, Full-time member, Chief Minister's Advisory Council (CMAC), Government of Rajasthan, Peter Nagy, curator and Aparajita Jain, founder and director of Saat Saath Arts. The Hon’ble, Vasundhara Raje was given a walk of through of The Sculpture Park by Peter Nagy where the artists were present. A Performance by The Kutle Khan Project took place at the palace later in the evening. Some of the other key individuals who attended the opening were Smt. Krishnendra Kaur (Deepa), Minister, Art & Culture, Archaeology & Museum, Tourism, Civil Aviation, Nihal Chand Goel, additional chief secretary, Tourism, Art and Culture and supporters like Punit Goenka, MD & CEO of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, Shreevar Kheruka, CEO, Borosil Glass Works Ltd, Sangita and Tarini Jindal, JSW Foundation, amongst many others.

The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort has turned the palace into an art gallery with sculptures by top Indian and international artists displayed both in and outdoors. The exhibition includes artworks by 15 Indian and 9 international artists and is curated by Peter Nagy, Director of Nature Morte Art Ltd.  The works will be on display until November 2018. Artists include Arman | Huma Bhabha | James Brown | Stephen Cox | Anita Dube | Vibha Galhotra | Vikram Goyal | Subodh Gupta | Evan Holloway | Matthew Day Jackson | Hans Josephsohn | Jitish Kallat | Reena Saini Kallat | Bharti Kher | Mrinalini Mukherjee | Manish Nai | Gyan Panchal | Prashant Pandey | Benitha Perciyal | Ravinder Reddy | Arlene Shechet | L.N. Tallur | Thukral & Tagra | Asim Waqif. All artworks for the exhibitions are sensitively installed to ensure no damage or markings to any surface of the Palace.


“For many years now, people have been coming to this beautiful palace - they come, they look and go away, but to keep this space living, it is important to merge it with today and if people are able to get to the works, where their imagination can be captured, where things can take off, where things can happen within these beautiful walls, I think it’s a privilege for someone like me to allow it to happen. For Jaipur, it is a great privilege to be able to see these international artists. I would like to thank Peter Nagy, Aparajita Jain, Shreyasi Goenka, the wonderful artists that are displaying here and everyone involved in making The Sculpture Park a reality” - The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Smt. Vasundhara Raje

“For most of my career as a gallerist and curator, I have been trying to break away from the white-box exhibition space. With this project, I am able to indulge my passions for art, architecture and decor into a marvellous synthesis of the past and the present.” - Peter Nagy, Curator, The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort
“Our initiative aims to promote India's growing interest in contemporary art and culture whilst also embracing its important heritage. The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace is a true amalgamation of the best of India's past and present, made possible through a unique collaboration between the public and private sector. Saat Saath's endeavour has always been to showcase India's prowess in contemporary art, and to that end, we are thrilled to be able to bring this initiative to the public.” - Aparajita Jain, Founder & Director, Saat Saath Arts

“The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur will be the first of its kind where an Indian state has collaborated with a non-profit organisation to support contemporary art. We are thankful to the Government of Rajasthan for this alliance and are certain that it will set a great example on how imperative public-private partnerships are in the promotion of public art. I am honoured to be a part of this initiative and thankful to everyone who is involved.” - Shreyasi Goenka, Co-Director Saat Saath Arts & Content Editor DNA


This partnership is a first of its kind where the Government has collaborated with a range of corporate sponsors and private individuals to bring a contemporary edge to India’s heritage properties, with the purpose of boosting national and international cultural tourism and visitors to the site. Eminent individuals from leading corporations supporting the project include - Shreyasi Goenka, Content Editor DNA & Co-Director, Saat Saath Arts; Shreevar Kheruka CEO, Borosil Glass Works Ltd; Siddharth Jain, Owner and Director, INOX Group; Pirojsha Godrej, Executive Chairman, Godrej Properties Ltd.; Ajay Kalsi, APTARA; Vishal Mehta, Managing Director, Rosy Blue, Dr. Swati Piramal, Vice Chairperson, Piramal Enterprises Ltd., Sangita Jindal, Chairperson, JSW Foundation; Tarini Jindal, Director, JSW Foundation and Mayank Singhal, MD & CEO, PI Industries. Specialists on board include, AMITY as Education Partner, Conde Nast as Lifestyle Media Partner, Famous Studio as Technology Partner, Google Arts & Culture Lab as Technology Partner, Grant Thornton as Accounting and Compliance Partner, IFFCO Tokio as Insurance Partner, Khaitan & Co. as Legal Partner, Navsoft as Technology Partner, Percept as Event Partner and Star Worldwide as Logistics Partner. Many renowned international galleries have also come forward to support this initiative by lending the artworks including  Hauser & Wirth, London, Salon 94, New York, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York and Livingstone Gallery, The Hague.

Under the leadership of the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, the Hon'ble Vasundhara Raje, Rajasthan is evolving new, innovative art spaces, engaging artists, curators, institutions and transforming the milieu of the city. Historically the heart of Rajasthan’s arts and culture, Jaipur has changed the paradigm and enhanced the city’s connection to culture, heritage and visual aesthetics showcasing traditional and contemporary visual culture, embracing international artists and creating new. Now increasingly regarded as a catalyst for cultural intermingling within India and across the world, Jaipur is on a global art map and seeks to establish itself as a centre for artistic engagement in India by drawing from the rich tradition and culture from all over the world. The state’s cultural tourism has had a great impact after adopting the contemporary culture and supporting a series of cultural events like the renowned Jaipur Literature Festival and an international photography festival Jaipur Photo. In collaboration with eminent professionals from diverse fields, the state also supports various contemporary visual arts, photography and music. The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort, is a great example of a public-private initiative and will encourage the Government to support contemporary art in India.

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Musical Evening At KNMA

As part of the Raag Musical Event Series, KNMA presents the unique flautist duo the Prasanna Brothers.

Born into a family of musicians who have traditionally nurtured the shehnai for over two and half centuries, Rajesh Prasanna and Rishab Prasanna have been trained as musicians since they were toddlers.

The talented brothers have imbibed the subtle nuances of Benaras Gharana and the light classical genres like Thumri, Chaiti, Kajri and Dhun. Today, the duo are renown across the country, leading a new generation of Indian classical musicians. Experience the beautiful melodies of the sublime Prasanna Brothers, live in concert in Delhi.


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Adaptive Reuse of Historic Buildings

India Needs To Look Into This Aspect Of Building Reuse In A Serious Way..

In an age when energy conservation and climate change are the new buzz words for policy makers and occupy a fair share of the mindspace of world leaders and at discussion panels, we seem to constantly talk of recycling water, waste and natural resources. However, recycling of buildings is something not so often discussed.

Adaptive reuse, a process of retrofitting old buildings for new uses, allows structures to retain their historic integrity while meeting the needs of modern occupants. From historic power plants to breweries to schoolhouses, the adaptive reuse potential of old buildings is seemingly limitless.
It's important to understand that adaptive reuse is different from restoration or preservation. While a restoration or preservation project involves restoring a building to its original state, adaptive reuse actually changes the intent of a structure to meet the modern user's needs.

It's inevitable that structures will age and outgrow their original functions. With changes in technology and lifestyle, construction and design are constantly updated to meet modern demands, and older structures are left in the wake of change. Those sensitive to history may prefer to restore older structures to their former glory; however, costs often make this plan unrealistic. An alternate concept is "adaptive reuse" - a process of retrofitting old buildings for new uses, which allows structures to retain their historic integrity while providing for occupants' modern needs.

In the pursuit of sustainable development, communities have much to gain from adapting and reusing buildings. Bypassing the wasteful process of demolition and reconstruction alone makes adaptive reuse attractive. Environmental benefits, combined with energy savings and the social advantage of repurposing a place with valued heritage, make adaptive reuse an essential component of sustainable development.

Historic buildings provide a glimpse of our past while lending character and serving a new practical purpose in our modern communities. An old factory may become an apartment complex, a rundown church may find new life as a condominium, or an old office building may be transformed into a vibrant retail facility. In many ways, an adaptive-reuse project can invigorate a community by meeting the changing needs of the population.

Some adaptive-reuse projects do include restoration of the building's fa├žade or parts of the interior to look as it did in times past. Older buildings often showcase aesthetics that modern buildings simply cannot afford. Built when skilled labour was cheap, these structures often boast a higher attention to detail than those built today. Adaptive reuse of such buildings allows a building to retain much of its character and aesthetics by incorporating these elements into the new framework.

Although examples of successful adaptive-reuse projects include industrial facilities, factories, strip malls, schools, churches, offices, hotels, condominiums, grocery stores, big-box retailers, theaters, and other facilities, not all structures are ideal for reuse. What determines if a project is a fit? While there is no checklist of what makes an ideal candidate, the majority will agree that the most important factor is clearly starting with the overall project goal. Is the goal simply to reuse the space because it appears to be a cheaper solution, or is the hope to capture the building's character and transform it for a new purpose? There is no right answer, but the answer does guide the decision-making process. It's crucial to understand the net result after the modifications and be sure it matches the project goals.



RESTORATION OF TIJARA FORT-PALACE, RAJASTHAN INDIA 

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Fashion Related Careers

Fashion Communication & Fashion Management Courses Explained
By Institute of Creative Sciences , New Delhi

A Course in Fashion Communication Management generally aims to develop a professional who is able to cover roles related to communication in businesses within the Fashion industry that manage brands, or outsourcing agencies. Students learn the vital activities of these companies, such as drafting press releases and advertising material, developing and maintaining contacts with press services, sustaining public relations, and event management. Other professional openings in this field involve specialised communication through media such as magazines, online portals and television, and a constant communication based on special events and celebrities.

These courses teach a student to be able to manage every stage of a communication plan, as well as to manage the team of different professionals who form part of the communication sphere within a Fashion business.


Career prospects include Fashion Communication Manager, Events Manager, Public Relations Manager,  Press Office Manager, Fashion Editor, Strategic Planner, Web Content Curator, Digital Strategist, Fashion & Celebrity Stylist, Research Consultant, Image Consultant.

If you have creative flair and an interest in fashion management, such a course prepares you for a career in the industry in a variety of roles in the fashion industry. Through a combination of creative projects and written assignments, you develop strategies for the design, production and sale of fashion products.
In such type of course, you develop key skills and knowledge relevant to the future of the fashion industry and your place in it.

Key areas of study include:
• fashion communication and promotion 
• fashion management and marketing principles 
• digital fashion practices 
• fashion research and communication skills 
• the business of fashion 
• creative marketing and brand communication
• fashion communication and new media 
• concept development.

You explore the wider cultural context of fashion in a global environment with a focus on • corporate social responsibility • ethics • sustainable approaches. You also learn about trend prediction and product lifestyles to prepare you for entry into the industry.

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Taking A Design Brief For Interior Design


(This has been written from the point of view of the Client; you can modify the questions from your viewpoint , that is, questions that you will ask the client as a designer)
Here are some things for you to think about:
Kitchen
-          Who is the main cook and what sort of cooking do they like to do? (baking, stir-fry etc)

-          What sort of small appliances do you need to house?

-          How much storage will you need for china, plastics and cutlery? just to name a few

-          Will you entertain in the kitchen area? Do you need seating?

-          What oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge do you want to include?

-          Do you want a wine fridge?

-          What kind of lighting you will need

-          Bench top materials and heights

-          Floor to ceiling cabinetry or more modular

-          Styles - traditional, contemporary or art deco, etc.

Bathrooms

-          Do you want to incorporate a bathtub?

-          Will your children mainly be using a particular bathroom?

-          Will there be a specific guest bathroom or toilet?

-          Average or large size shower area?

-          Heights of the main people using the shower

-          Storage needed for towels and personal effects including hair dryers, GHD’s and shavers

-          Make-up lighting

And the big one...VENTILATION
Laundry

-          Who is the main person using this space?

-          Do you intend to iron in the laundry?

-          What size will your washer and dryer be

-          Storage needed for cleaning supplies and linen

-          Good access to the outside

-          Would you like a drying cupboard?

Rest of the interior

-          Do you need a lot of storage for children’s toys and personal effects?
-          Who are the main users of each space? For example, the formal living room may only be used by adults,whereas the dining and living area is for the whole family
-          How much entertaining do you do?
-          What sort of feel do you want each room to have? Luxurious, comfortable, relaxed, formal and the list goes on
-          Any inside pets?

Exterior
-          Is anyone in your family allergic to certain plants?
-          Do you want low care/easy maintenance or do you enjoy gardening?
-          Will you spend a fair bit of time outside? Will you entertain in the space?
-          What sort of BBQ area do you want?
-          Is there, or will there be a pool?
-          Do you have any pets?
-          Will you need a children’s play area?

There is so much more that could be added to this list; however we could be discussing this all day.  When I meet my clients I have a list of comprehensive questions that I go through.  I always ask my client to do some research on the things they like and more importantly what they don’t like.  This isn’t an expensive exercise as a lot of it can be done through the internet these days, and having visuals with you when you discuss your design brief, will help you to explain what look you are after to your designer.

A good designer will take your brief and come up with a plan that will see it come alive.  They also will ensure that colours and materials will add to the structure of your home, depending on its style.

Happy briefing.


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The Design Process For Interior Designers

1. Meeting the client 
You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression, remember that people make up their mind about you in the first 2-3 minutes.
The first thing to talk about? Don’t immediately start talking about interior design.
What should you talk about
Questions the client may ask you?
What possible answers could you say?
Dress and appearance:
You should adopt a style of clothing that doesn’t draw attention to itself or that is distracting. The client should notice your clothes, because you want her to focus on the interior design issues.


Listening skills
Defining the clients need
Identify the client’s style preferences
Next you need to understand the client’s style preferences.
Ask her about her lifestyle - Different lifestyles require different types of interior design.
Identifying the problems
Apply your expert eye to the problems of the room
In your notebook, write down any problems you see. Don’t necessarily tell the client these problems. Why would you do this?

Taking a Brief
Now you need to define the brief. The best way to define the brief is to repeat what you think she wants:
Ending the meeting
You have visited the potential client at their home.
You have ascertained their needs.
Tell the client what will happen next, if they want to proceed.
This may be the end of the job, or you may be involved in further developments.


2. Confirmation 
It is important that you get a formal arrangement with the client. Why do you think this is?

Clients are sometimes unhappy about signing a formal contract. A letter of agreement is more informal, so clients are usually happy to sign it.

So once you have emailed them, with an acknowledgement letter, telling them how much you are looking forward to working for them. You can also email/send letter of agreement that they should send back to you with payment.
Don’t do any work for a client who won’t sign the form or doesn’t send you a cheque.

The letter won’t guarantee that you’ll get paid, it merely increases the chances of getting money, and it also ensures that there is no misunderstanding as the sums involved.


3. Research/developing – develop a plan strategy 
At this point you will have to sit down and work out some design ideas. It’s a good idea, especially in the early days of your career, to do more than one sample board, in case the client doesn’t like your ideas, or you have just mis-judged what they want. Don’t however, give clients too much choice, otherwise they will never make a decision.

4. Develop Boards - Concept 
When you go back to your clients house, be professional, how do you think you should present yourself and ideas?
Don’t just put the sample board on the table and say there you go, what do you think?
Treat the event as though its theatre. Present your ideas at the dining room table, rather than on the sofa. Why do you think this works?
Do a preamble. Take your time over it. Treat it as a slow build up. Summarise the clients concerns and aspirations.
Hopefully, the client is nodding at the things you say. If you’ve got something wrong, you can smooth it over when you show the sample board.
Tell the client about the rooms weaknesses in a polite and positive way – explain how they can be improved.
Now bring out the sample board, you have paved the way and the client will be wound up with excitement. They will be more positive about your proposals if you work in this ordered way.

Give the client time to look at the sample board, answer any questions or doubts. They may be worried about being bold. Most non-professionals prefer?

Don’t be defensive if they don’t like it, find out what their concern is and offer an alternative
If the client is happy with the work, see if they want to proceed .


Even if there is work to be done, leave the board and information with the client – they have paid for it, and you should have written all the necessary details down for future use.

5. Refinement 
After presenting the ideas to your client, there may be some minor changes or alterations to be changed before going on. This is called refinement.
Once these have been changed and signed off then the job/project will become live.
Lets say the client is happy, and requires no further work, give the invoice, thank the client and leave


6. Job is live/product development 
Now that everything has been signed off, then it is the time to start the job, in order to do everything in order you need to prepare a scheme of works. Do you know what this is?
Once the work has been completed you can then install the furniture and dress the room.

7. Completion
Once the project is completed you can check with the client to make sure they are happy, you may have some snagging???
You may ask the client to photograph the work to help go towards your portfolio.
It would also be a good idea to ask for a testimonial.



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Sri Ranganathaswamy temple bags UNESCO award for cultural heritage.

Sri Ranganathaswamy temple in Srirangam, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu has won the UNESCO Asia Pacific Award of Merit 2017 for cultural heritage conservation. The international body praised the temple for undertaking renovation and beautification work worth over Rs 20 crore without harming its centuries-old heritage. Srirangam temple is often listed as the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world.


It is a matter of pride that out of over 43 applications spanning ten countries that competed for the 2017 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation, the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is the only religious centre in the whole of South India to bag the award in 2017.

On a side note, the famous Christ Church in Mumbai and Royal Bombay Opera House are the other historic Indian monuments that received the Award of Merit this year, in addition to the temple. The temple was lauded by the international body for undertaking renovation and beautification work worth over Rs 20 crore without harming its centuries-old heritage According to the temple authorities the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, the first temple in Tamil Nadu to have ever received a mighty recognition and award from UNESCO. The honours and awards by the UNESCO for cultural heritage conservation were graded under four different categories including Award of Excellence, Awards of Distinction, Awards of Merit and Award for New Design in Heritage Context. The idea behind the award is to honour and boost the efforts of all stakeholders and the general public striving to conserve and promote heritage monuments and religious institutes across the Asia-Pacific region.

A quick historic view of the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple: Mentioned Tamil literature as early as the Sangam era and the epic Silapadikaram, the archaeological inscriptions on the walls of the temple from 10th century AD, chronicle the stories of the Chola, Pandya, Hoysala and Vijayanagar dynasties. From the formation of agarams (agraharams- Brahmin settlements) at Gunasila Mangalam, a village owned by the temple as tax-free ‘thirunamathukkani’ to the role of the horse merchants of Kulamukku of Kerala in building these agarams, the temple is a treasure trove of India’s ancient history. The legends call it one of the eight self-manifested shrines of Lord Vishnu, and one the most important of the 108 main Vishnu temples. It is known by several names such as Thiruvaranga Tirupati, Periyakoil, Bhoologa Vaikundam, Bhogamandabam. The temple with its complex stretching over 156 acres with a perimeter of 4,116 m (10,710 feet), is the largest temple in India and one of the largest religious complexes in the world.

The temple has over seven prakaras or enclosures, which are formed by thick and huge defensive walls running around the holy shrine. With over 21 magnificent towers inside all prakaras, the visitors have an equally different and mesmerizing sight of the beauty around. This temple lies on an island formed by the twin rivers Cauvery and Coleroon. The annual 21-day festival conducted during the Tamil month of Margazhi (between December and January) attracts over 1 million visitors.

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StoryLTD presents First Editions, Signed and Limited Edition Books

Online Auction, 14 - 15 November, 2017

Mumbai, 9 November, 2017: From J K Rowling's Harry Potter books to James Joyce's Ulysses, StoryLTD's upcoming auction brings together a collection of rare first edition books, including signed and limited-edition copies of classics in Indian and world literature. First Editions, Signed and Limited Edition Books is StoryLTD's first book auction based on this theme. The auction will be held on storyltd.com on 14-15 November 2017. Books in the sale span the categories of art, photography, design, music, travel and sports.

       
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Highlight lots include
  • Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, signed by J K Rowling
  • Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, signed by J K Rowling on the slipcase
  • A Day in the Life, Photographs of the Beatles by Michael Ward; signed by Ward, numbered 29/750
  • Aristophanes' Lysistrata, signed and illustrated by Picasso
  • First Edition of Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita
  • First Edition James Bond books by Ian Fleming
  • Two Signed Books by Margaret Thatcher
Other categories include the World Travel Series, a set of 21 books; first edition books by Jim Corbett (set of 5), Ragamala; The Autobiography of Ravi Shankar, signed by the author and accompanied by two CDs with 80 minutes of exclusive footage; Religion and Society, authored and signed by former Indian president, S Radhakrishnan; a signed first edition of The Jubilee Book of Cricket by cricketing legend and ruler of Nawanagar, Ranjitsinhj; and two signed Books by Margaret Thatcher amongst many others.

The auction is preceded by viewings at Saffronart Mumbai till 15 November 2017.

Address
Viewings
Auction
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Industry Manor, Third Floor 
Appasaheb Marathe Marg, 
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Till 15 November  2017 
11 am – 7 pm, Monday to Saturday 
Sunday by appointment
14 - 15 November 2017
About StoryLTD:
Launched in 2013, StoryLTD is an e-commerce and auction service offered by Saffronart, India’s leading auction house. StoryLTD provides a unified and convenient shopping experience encompassing diverse categories. StoryLTD's fixed price collections include prints, paintings, photography, design and jewellery, offered at accessible price points. StoryLTD has held several successful auctions of modern and contemporary Indian art, antiquarian books and prints, ephemera on Indian art, folk and tribal art, and sports and film memorabilia.

Founded in 2000 by Minal and Dinesh Vazirani, Saffronart is a leading international auction house, and India’s most reputed, with over a hundred auctions to its credit. It is headquartered in Mumbai, with offices in New Delhi, London and New York. At the forefront of selling Indian art, Saffronart holds online and live auctions, exhibitions, and prime property sales throughout the year. Its focus is to bring transparency to the auction process, and providing easy access to bidders around the world. Saffronart’s services go beyond auctions to include private sales, art storage, appraisals and valuations for clients, and supporting the efforts of the Indian art world by holding fundraiser auctions. Saffronart has set several global benchmarks for online auctions, and was the subject of a case study at Harvard Business School in 2005.

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'INSTITUTE OF CREATIVE SCIENCES' - AN ENTRANCE PREPARATION STUDIO FOR ARCHITECTURE , DESIGN AND ART CAREERS IN DELHI.  
  • B.ARCH ( NATA / JEE ) COACHING 
  • UCEED, IIT BOMBAY ENTRANCE COACHING 
  • NID ENTRANCE EXAM COACHING 
  • NIFT ENTRANCE EXAM COACHING 
  • CEED & NID MASTERS EXAM PREPARATION 
  • PORTFOLIO FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN STUDIES ABROAD
  • DIPLOMA IN CAD DRAFTING AND DESIGNING
  • INTERIOR STYLING AND FASHION STYLING CLASSES
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