Top Design Companies in India to Work For

LOGOWorking in the Creative Industries is appealing so many young and talented people. Would you like to know more about what are the different designs Industries look like? Find out more about the different designs Industries and companies in India to work for.

Top design companies in India to work for Part I

Top design companies in India to work for

Broadly speaking we can categories these companies in 12 different areas.  Do take a note that I have categorized them alphabetically and not the best area or most in demand area to work for. They are as under –

  1. Architecture Companies
  2. Broadcast Design Companies
  3. Communication Design Companies
  4. Engineering Design Companies
  5. Game Design Companies
  6. Graphic Design Companies
  7. Industrial Design Companies
  8. Interaction Design Companies
  9. Interior Design Companies
  10. Logo & Branding Design Consultancies
  11. Package Design Companies
  12. Web Design Companies

Today we will look at the first area Architecture

Top design companies in India to work for- Architecture Companies

Architecture Companies –  Architectural companies play a significant role in the development of urban infrastructure and renovations. These companies have architects that consult on and design for the construction of buildings, bridges, railway stations, parks, apartment complexes, malls and other structures. Here are the top 10 architect companies in India:

Architect Hafeez Contractor

Recognized as one of the top architects in India, Hafeez Contractor has made a global name for himself and his company, which he has named after himself. Started in 1983, the company has designed some of the most impressive and award winning structures in India including Mumbai’s Hyatt Regency, Infosys buildings in Pune, Mysore and others, and the Birla Institute of Technology & Science in Pilani.

C.P. Kukreja Associates

Based in Delhi, C.P. Kukreja is one of the top architect companies in India. It is involved in consulting in the areas like town planning, urban building and landscape design, and quantity surveying. The company has won several national and international awards for its architectural designs.

Oscar & Ponni Architects

Chennai based Oscar & Ponni Architects, also known as Oscar Concessao International, is one of the world renowned architect firms in India. It was established in 1996 by the husband-wife duo Oscar and Ponni Concessao. Its portfolio includes several award winning structures and green buildings.

Kembhavi Architecture Foundation

Founded in 1972, Kembhavi is a renowned architecture firm in India, specializing in environment friendly constructions. It offers a range of services including structural engineering, architectural designing, infrastructure project management and interior designing.

Shilpa Architects

Founded in 1979, Shilpa Architects is a multinational architectural company in India with offices in Seoul, Chicago, New York and Chennai. This award winning firm specializes in environmentally sustainable structural designs. Its portfolio has structures like the Reserve Bank of India, Paranur Railway Station and Radisson Hotels.

Talati & Panthaky Associated

TPA, established in 1975, is one of the oldest architectural companies in India. Its services include architecture designing, construction supervision, urban planning and interior designing. Over the years the company has won several awards for its designs. Its previous projects include Jindal Mansion, Palais Royale, and Birla Group Corporate Building.

Christopher Charles Benninger Architects

CCBA is a famous architect company in India, well known for designing the Tsechu National Ceremonial Plaza in Thimpu, Bhutan. Its other projects include the Ashoka Universal School in Nasik, India House in Pune and the Institute of Social Sciences in Delhi. The company is headed by world renowned architect, Professor Benninger.

Manchanda Associates

Founded in 1993, Manchanda Associates is an architectural consulting firm that specializes in urban, health care and environmental construction planning and design. The company has experience in designing hospitals, industrial buildings, corporate offices, and housing complexes.

N.M. Roof Designers Ltd. 

N.M. Roof Designers is a famous architect company in India. It deals with consulting and designing infrastructural projects like bridges, factories, apartment complexes, malls and other buildings. The company was established in 1986 and has since done remarkable work in the structural and construction designing fields.

Architecture Brio

Architecture Brio is among the top architectural companies in India, well known for its elaborate yet green designs. Some of its well known works include the Biodiversity Training Institute in Sikkim, Dunhill Beach Cottage in Goa and Lighthouse Village in Sri Lanka. The company is based in Mumbai.

In my coming posts I will share information about the rest of the categories, till then happy reading.

Note: The list of companies in not full-fledged and comprehensive. Readers are advised to do more research if they are looking for more information or job opportunities. I am sure that there are other companies who are providing such kind of services and doing well. In no way we at Careerfutura.com endorse any of these companies, in what so ever nature, mentioned in this article.

Source: http://www.bestindiansites.com/top-companies/architech

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Top design companies in India to work for Part II

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In my yesterdays post  I had mentioned about the 12 different areas in Design.  Here is a recap of the 12 areas, they are –

  1. Architecture Companies
  2. Broadcast Design Companies
  3. Communication Design Companies
  4. Engineering Design Companies
  5. Game Design Companies
  6. Graphic Design Companies
  7. Industrial Design Companies
  8. Interaction Design Companies
  9. Interior Design Companies
  10. Logo & Branding Design Consultancies
  11. Package Design Companies
  12. Web Design Companies

Today we will look at some more areas

Broadcast Design Companies

Top design companies in India to work for-Broadcast Design

A broadcast designer is a person involved with creating graphic designs and electronic media incorporated in television productions that are used by character generator (CG) operators.

Source: http://www.wikipedia.org/

Dynamite

Dynamite is a full-service broadcast design and branding agency based out of Bombay. We help channels brand themselves, their shows, and related properties.

We provide comprehensive turnkey solutions for:

  • Channel packaging
  • Show packaging
  • Off-air design
  • Brand + identity development
  • Promo and ident production
  • Animated and live-action shoots

 Renderon

From new network branding graphics packages to complete brand overhauls, advertising, brand consultation to local affiliate and syndicated broadcast & webcast designs. Renderon is your one-stop shop to invent or re-invigorate your brand with our world class total branding solutions.

Founded in 2002 our studio started with the idea of building a creative agency that would serve our clients with stunning design and brand strategies. Our work captures emotion through engaging visuals and world-class design. Our creative team uses its diverse background in broadcast media to produce unique imagery and ideas to deliver strong creative messages and clear branding solutions.

Communication Design Companies

Top design companies in India to work for-Communication Design

Communication design is the practice of planning and shaping a message in content, form and delivery. Communication designers craft effective and expressive ways to share ideas with others, using an approach focusing on both problem-solving and persuasion.

Communication design is a both a broad term and field. It potentially encompasses a number of design practices, including information design, information architecture, advertising and marketing. Communication design is about message and effect; it focuses on touching people through transmission of ideas. Therefore communication design comes with a responsibility to compassionately understand the recipient’s existing perceptions and systems of beliefs, while designing solutions that fulfill the sender’s goals in sharing his/her ideas.

Source: Luminant Design

I-FIZZ

We’re an Integrated Marketing Communications consultancy operated by communication experts and designers who bring historically proven communication principles, the highest quality production values, and a fresh perspective to every project.

VIAMEDIA

We believe that Design is an approach to addressing needs for businesses, adding value to products, environments & services. We help organizations stand out and succeed. We work across diverse clientele from small start-ups to large organizations.

Identix Design Co.

identiX Design Co. provides design and consulting services in corporate identity, promotional literature, exhibition, branding, advertising, web media and production. We work together with the corporate, industrial and arts sectors to produce a variety of striking communication materials.

Engineering Design Companies

Top design companies in India to work for-Engineering Design

Definitions of Engineering Design on the Web:

  • The systematic and creative application of scientific and mathematical principles to practical ends such as the design, manufacture, and operation of efficient and economical structures, machines, processes, and systems.
    www.doe.mass.edu/frameworks/scitech/2001/resources/glossary.html
  • Engineering Design is the creative, iterative and often open-ended process of conceiving and developing components, systems and processes. Design requires the integration of engineering, basic and mathematical sciences. A designer works under constraints, taking into account economic, health and safety, social and environmental factors, codes of practice and applicable laws.
    www.ee.wits.ac.za/~ecsa/gen/g-04.htm

VIDVUS

VIDVUS provides design & engineering solutions aimed at giving you the competitive edge in the market place by differentiating your products at a lower cost and a shorter time to market. Our innovative but pragmatic approach to product development ensures ideas don’t remain just ideas but are transformed to reality.

Our focus and expertise is in providing product development solutions to the discrete & process manufacturing, architecture and construction sectors. Our team consists of experienced engineers and consultants with specialized knowledge and experience to provide innovative and optimal solutions.

 Note: The list of companies in not full-fledged and comprehensive. Readers are advised to do more research if they are looking for more information or job opportunities. I am sure that there are other companies who are providing such kind of services and doing well. In no way we at carrerfutura.com endorse any of these companies, in what so ever nature, mentioned in this article.

Source: http://www.dexigner.com/directory/loc/India/Firms.html

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Telecom Jobs poised to grow

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Kalyan Sagar Nippani, chief general manager, National Academy of Telecom Finance and Management (NATFM), BSNL,  on emerging trends in the telecom sector. The industry supports more than 10 million people directly or indirectly. This figure is estimated to triple in the coming decade.

Telecom Jobs poised to grow

India is the second largest wireless network in the world, with a teledensity of 77%. Currently, there are over 900 million mobile subscribers. Of the many new technologies in the telecom arena, 4GLTE (long-term evolution) represents the present and the future.

The expected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is around 20% in the coming few years. The FDI in telecom sector was US$12,889 million between April 2000 and December 2013.

The mobile advertising market itself is estimated to reach Rs 3,000 crore by 2016. The mobile gaming market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 24% and reach an estimated Rs 18 billion. India is at the threshold of a broadband data boom with the evolution of broadband mobile data based on 4GLTE technology.

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The telecom sector is a huge employer of engineers with graduate and postgraduate qualifications. Career opportunities are plenty in areas including network deployment and management, operations and maintenance and network optimisation.

The industry supports more than 10 million people directly or indirectly. This figure is estimated to triple in the coming decade with a substantial chunk of opportunities in the areas of sales, marketing, finance, customer service and support.

Employers in this industry expect students to be `industry ready’ when they are recruited. On the technical side, proficiency is expected in the application of their knowledge.

In marketing and customer service, what is expected is a thorough knowledge of customer needs and the ability to match those needs.

There is an increasing emphasis on soft skills and interpersonal excellence even from those with knowledge in core technology backgrounds.

In a highly volatile and competitive telecom sector which is constantly changing, the employers do not have the inclination, resources and time to recruit a student and then impart training.

There is undeniably a perceptible gap between the practical and real-time needs of the industry. There is a lacuna in practical inputs that are required in the telecom network and its overall management. There is thus a gap between knowledge and skill sets on the one hand and industry expectations on the other.

Source: The Times of India

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Passion Vs abilities Which way to go?

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Well said, but is it true that you should study something you love and not take a degree that will get you a good job? I know that this debate is going on for a long time and parties from both sides have their say about the benefits of the same.

So the question is Passion Vs abilities- Which way to go?

To me having mere passion is not enough and one should check his/her abilities while taking the decision.

Here is a nice article from The Guardian on Passion Vs abilities Which way to go?

Passion Vs abilities- Which way to goShould you study something you love or a degree that will get you a job?

Two students debate whether you should follow your head or your heart when it comes to picking your degree

Choosing what to study at degree level is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a young person. So how do you decide what’s right for you? Should you follow your heart and study something you’re really passionate about, regardless of where it might lead you, or should you instead opt for a degree with a more secure career route? Here two students argue both sides of the debate.

Study what you love,’ says Aimee Wragg

Ask a student what they’d study if guaranteed their dream job and it’s likely that the answer won’t correspond with what they actually choose. This is often because their aspirations have been diminished by those who “know best”.

Most advice on which degree to study is concentrated purely on obtaining a job in the future. We are discouraged by many from pursuing abstract interests because, apparently, the prospects are unrealistic.

But is it really worth taking an unappealing route on the basis that it could possibly increase your chance of securing a job? It’s difficult to enter employment from any angle, so why not try with a subject you enjoy?

The concept of standing by what you love despite the risks is dismissed by some – namely disapproving parents and teachers – but I believe it to be more sensible than focusing solely on a job.

Having a genuine interest in something can’t be faked and it’s the surest way to succeed. As Steve Jobs famously said, “the only way to do great work is to love what you do”.

In the long term, deciding to study the subject of your choice is generally more beneficial. Simple factors such as a person’s happiness and sense of fulfilment are overlooked in this argument, even though they are largely affected by career choices. These factors aren’t just based on income, either – studies have shown that there is little correlation between people’s salaries and their job satisfaction.

The fact is there are few reasons not to study what you genuinely want to. Achieving in the subject area that appeal to you is always possible and if you don’t do it, other people will. I believe you have to make the right decisions for yourself, because no argument against this will counteract your regrets when you see people of the same age and ability as you excelling in your dream job.

‘Be realistic’ says Kerry Provenzano

University is all about doing something you love, right? Well, not quite. Choosing to study something you are passionate about might not be as beneficial as you think.

When you study at university essentially you are making an investment: one worth up to (and sometimes over) £30,000. That’s a lot of money. For Currency Converter click here

You don’t have to know much about investments to know that the purpose of them is to make a profit. Your degree is a long term investment in which you are profited with knowledge. However, investing money that will someday need to be paid back means that your profit needs to be financial, not just academic.

So if you are naturally gifted with numbers but have a real passion for travel, opting to study geography at degree level might be a mistake. You may find you aren’t quite sure what to do with your degree once you graduate, and find yourself knowing you’re capable of the mathematical jobs you see advertised, but have no qualification to prove it.

There is a difference between your interests and your career strengths. If you think you could really crack the world of modern art then great, but if art is just something you enjoy on a weeknight, perhaps reconsider your choice to study fine art.

If you are currently choosing a degree course, or thinking of changing your course, my advice to you is simple: don’t confuse your hobby with your career prospects. Play to your strengths, not your passions. If you are lucky enough to have the two overlap then great. But bear in mind that with the right job there will always be time for the things you enjoy, regardless of whether you studied them at degree level or not.

Interested in knowing your passion and abilities and how to cross match the same for selecting the right career path? Click here to know more.

Source: The Guardian

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Tips For Choosing Right Career Path After SSC

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As a student you are well settled in SSC class by now. This is the year every one of you will face an important education decision which stream to choose after SSC? Chances are some of you have already decided upon which stream to choose after SSC, and the rest still not sure. It’s perfectly OK and natural too! Career guidance leader Careerfutura offers Tips for Choosing right career path after SSC.

Tips for Choosing right career path after SSC

Career guidance leader, Careerfutura, offers a high-quality Career Guidance Test, students can safely rely upon to make the informed career decisions.

Taking a valid Career Guidance Test is an important part of how to choose a stream after SSC. A high-quality, scientifically designed test can help students learn more about self, search and narrow career options, and get to know stream match, which is likely to lead towards future success. While results from the test should not be the sole basis for choosing the stream after SSC, taking career guidance test will be of great helping hand.

Careerfutura recommends these Tips for Choosing right career path after SSC:

1. Choose a scientifically designed Career Guidance Test.
2. Choose a test that matches your abilities with the stream and not just personality or your interests.
3. Seek advice from Expert career counselor who will guide you for the best stream and options within.

1. Choose a scientifically designed Career Guidance Test.

Scientifically designed test means that the test accurately measure what it says it measures. To make such an important life decision, it makes sense to use an accurate, scientifically designed test. Students and parents can learn more about what we do and how we do it, click here for more information.

2. Choose a test that matches your abilities with the stream and not just personality or your interests

Though it is said that choose a career which interests you more, but it is always a wise decision to check, does your abilities permit for the same or not?

Unfortunately, many students give more importance to their interest and some tests are out there that gives advice on the basis of student’s interest and personality only. The ideal way is to match your interest, personality and your abilities.

3. Seek Advice From an Expert Career Counselor

Just by giving test is not important. What you need is an expert career counselor who can brief the results and guide you in choosing the correct stream after SSC.

Students and parents need to be wise and ask questions about the career assessment tests and how it is going to help them in making the most important life decision. What stream to choose after SSC?

At Careerfutura, we have an online career guidance test, which students can take and it will precisely bring about their best skill (aptitude), interest and study habit pattern.

Based on all the above, a personalised report will be generated. It tells you about how to select the combination of subjects that is best suited for you. In addition to this we will also provide guidance and solve all your doubts and queries. Would you like to opt for the same? Do let us know and we can clear your doubts, the scientific way and with the best of technology. Get the answer for your question – Which stream to choose after SSC? Click Here.

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Three ways on How to Stimulate Curiosity

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Curiosity is the engine of intellectual achievement — it’s what drives us to keep learning, keep trying, and keep pushing forward. But how does one generate curiosity, in oneself or others? George Loewenstein, a professor of economics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, proposed an answer in the classic 1994 paper, “The Psychology of Curiosity.”

Curiosity arises, Loewenstein wrote, “When attention becomes focused on a gap in one’s knowledge. Such information gaps produce the feeling of deprivation labeled curiosity. The curious individual is motivated to obtain the missing information to reduce or eliminate the feeling of deprivation.” Loewenstein’s theory helps explain why curiosity is such a potent motivator: it’s not only a mental state but also an emotion, a powerful feeling that impels us forward until we find the information that will fill in the gap in our knowledge.

Here, Three ways on How to Stimulate Curiosity:

Three practical ways on How to Stimulate Curiosity

1. Start with the question. Cognitive scientist Daniel Willingham notes that teachers — along with parents, managers, and leaders of all kinds — are often “so eager to get to the answer that we do not devote sufficient time to developing the question,” Willingham writes in his book, Why Don’t Students Like School? 

Three practical ways on How to Stimulate CuriosityYet it’s the question that stimulates curiosity; being told an answer quells curiosity before it can even get going. Instead of starting with the answer, begin by posing for yourself and others a genuinely interesting question — one that opens an information gap.

2. Prime the pump. In his 1994 paper, George Loewenstein noted that curiosity requires some initial knowledge. We’re not curious about something we know absolutely nothing about. But as soon as we know even a little bit, our curiosity is piqued and we want to learn more. In fact, research shows that curiosity increases with knowledge: the more we know, the more we want to know. To get this process started, Loewenstein suggests, “Prime the pump” with some intriguing but incomplete information.

3. Bring in communication. Language teachers have long put a similar idea to use in exercises that open an information gap and then require learners to communicate with each other in order to fill it. For example, one student might be given a series of pictures illustrating the beginning of the story, while the student’s partner is given a series of pictures showing how that same story ends. Only by speaking with each other (in the foreign language they are learning, of course) can the students fill in each others’ information gaps?

This technique can be adapted to all kinds of settings: for example, colleagues from different departments could be asked to complete a task together, one that requires the identification of information gaps that the coworkers, with their different areas of expertise, must fill in for each other. Communication solves the problem — and leaves the participants curious to know more. Source: Time

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The Pros And Cons of Foreign Education

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Studying abroad is a dream for most of the youngsters in India.  Quality of education is the primary reason why students and parents prefer overseas education. In addition to this most of the universities in foreign countries offer quite flexible courses allowing the students to switch between courses based on the student’s interest; this facility is not available in our country which has a rigid course structure.

Point taken! Yes studying at foreign universities does have its own merits, no doubt in that.  But while taking the decision you should not take it blindly that once you have acquired a foreign education your life is set.

Let’s have a look at The pros and cons of foreign education

The pros and cons of foreign education

Foreign degree: Will it get you a job in India?

It becomes more critical now for aspirants to ask this question as the prospects of finding a job abroad and settling there are diminishing.

Certainly, studying abroad makes your CV stand out. But how far does it help you in fetching a job back home? It becomes more critical now for aspirants to ask this question as the prospects of finding a job abroad and settling there are diminishing.
Vidya Iyengar examines The pros and cons of foreign education.

When Sujay Narayan flew back home after completing his master’s in the US, he was starry-eyed and high on hopes. He assumed he was in demand here and that his foreign degree would help him land a job of his choice, in a New York minute. His dismay, long after his return, the job hunt still continues.

Sujay is not a loner. Similar was the case of Amit Chatterjee, who finished his masters from a recognised foreign institution but has been unable to find a job in the area of his specialisation till date. “I invested so much of money thinking that when I complete the degree, I would be absorbed easily because of my international degree. However, now I am being turned down by companies I approach and the degree is not even being considered,” he says, adding that some companies say his specialisation is too niche and is irrelevant in India.

Giving up his job search, Chatterjee has now decided to prepare for MBA.

Fad for foreign universities

The pros and cons of foreign educationWhy this turnaround? “HR managers at companies have a list of universities. If a particular university is not on their list of qualified universities, the candidate will not be considered for selection,” reasons Yogesh Saigal, a HR consultant, adding that many universities in London, Eastern Europe, Russia, Australia are not trusted. “No one knows about these universities and companies don’t trust them,” he adds.

There’s a fad for foreign studies. “India is reeling under a marketing bombardment. Foreign universities are wooing Indian students, especially those from the middle-income group, promising bright futures. With the Ivy-league colleges and Tier-1 universities being expensive and difficult to get into, students finally choose lesser-known universities,” he says.

On-campus interviews, no jobs for fresher’s

Saigal complaints about the IT industries. “Most companies just recruit on campus and are otherwise not looking for freshers. It’s actually a double whammy,” he rues.

That’s why; Sandhya Vijayan took what she calls a proactive turn. “I was aspiring to go abroad for higher studies when I joined college. But I later changed my mind.” She has just completed her graduation and waiting to join an international media organisation, which has its business site in Bangalore. “Yes, studying abroad is beneficial in many ways. Unlike in India, you begin at a much higher level and can expect a better pay.”

Foreign universities continue to entice Indian students with colourful dreams. While some choose a university in a country they like and set off to study there with a hope of finding a job and settling there after the studies, others think a foreign degree would give the candidate an edge when it comes to job interviews.

Students who study abroad tend to improve their English language skills, some see better career prospects. Overseas education can also be intellectually enriching and expose the students to a mix of cultures, making their learning comprehensive. “But I had to change my mind after bad news coming in. The crisis struck and the visa policy was recently changed in the UK, making it difficult for Indian citizens to find a job and settle there. So, I thought it wouldn’t be a wise thing to go abroad, unless one wants to go in for super specialisation. But I still believe the US is the best for research.”

Educationists and experts, too, recommend foreign institutions for higher studies and specialisation. It all depends on which kind of course you choose and in which subject you want to specialise in. Experts also warn students to choose the institution carefully, whether it’s Indian or foreign, and analyse the job prospects before choosing a course or institution.

Markets down, unemployment increasing abroad

When the markets are down and unemployment rates rising abroad, opting for just about any university abroad just makes matters worse. “A foreign degree does not ensure a job in India. Also most of the students go abroad to universities that are not well-recognised. Many of these universities don’t offer placement opportunities in India and students are left to look for jobs on their own. They have to try random companies and many end up in the BPO sector. Getting a job is not easy at all, unless they have connections,” said Kris Lakshmikanth, CEO and MD of search firm HeadHunters.

Choose the best

Unless a student gets into one of the few top universities, it is better to choose an acclaimed institute in India. “A good university in India counts much more than a foreign degree,” said Lakshmikanth.

A HR professional with a Bangalore-based firm echoes similar views: “It’s better for students to go in for a good or even an average university in India which is preferred by recruiters rather an average university abroad which does not add any value.”

Job prospects are diminishing abroad, with foreign governments supporting jobs for locals and tightening visa rules. Students like Ayaz Khan-who has completed his master’s in the US is struggling to find a job there and hoping to return to India.

Look for universities with hiring programmes

But still the count of students flying abroad to study continues to rise. Indian students are once again heading to Australia, with the perceived threat of physical violence having receded to a large extent. Indian students, according to an Australian Immigration Department report, top the list of visas granted in Australia.

To be on the safer side, Saigon tells students to go for institutes with good hiring programmes. Source: DNAINDIA

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Top Design Companies in India to Work Part III

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In case you have missed my previous two posts Top design companies in India to work for Part I and Top design companies in India to work for Part II

Working in the Creative Industries is appealing so many young and talented people. Would you like to know more about the different designs Industries look like? Find out more about the different designs Industries and companies in India to work for.

Top design companies in India to work Part III

Broadly speaking we can categories these companies in 12 different areas.  I have categorized them alphabetically and not the best area or most in demand areas. They are as under –

  1. Architecture Companies
  2. Broadcast Design Companies
  3. Communication Design Companies
  4. Engineering Design Companies
  5. Game Design Companies
  6. Graphic Design Companies
  7. Industrial Design Companies
  8. Interaction Design Companies
  9. Interior Design Companies
  10. Logo & Branding Design Consultancies
  11. Package Design Companies
  12. Web Design Companies

In the first two posts I have discussed about the first four areas

  1. Architecture Companies
  2. Broadcast Design Companies
  3. Communication Design Companies
  4. Engineering Design Companies

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Parallel pressures of 12th standard

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Each one of us is different and so are our capacities, capabilities, strengths and weaknesses. We keep hearing this over and over again with no effect on our conscious mind. The story remains the same. Parents pressurize their children into competition, to ape someone or be like someone. While having its obvious benefit that it might boost confidence, it has far reaching long term negative consequences. These include development of jealousy, low self esteem, the need to always be right, thrust on winning always, poor performance, few friends, falling grades and the list is endless.

With the new age need to be an all rounder, parents push children into learning and knowing everything possible within their purview of possible wisdom. In their eyes, their children should score well, play well, dance well, debate well, present well and so on. This need puts additional pressure upon the child. In the link, parents forget the fact that, the way in which each one is different in their capacities and capabilities, each one of us is different in our strength to handle pressure and competition also. Some students might take off the ‘’being all rounder’’ pressure quite well, others might shrink within and might loose contact with their inherent, inborn capacity.

With board exams around the corner and parents planning looking for career options after 12th, this pressure building and pushing takes various forms and shapes in all families. I as a Career Counselor, would appeal to each parent out there whose child is about to appear for board exam to first understand your child. Your kid is not an aspiration fulfilling machine. Having expectation is one thing, and pressurizing them to meet over expectation is another. The only difference being in understanding what my child can do (actually capable of) and what I expect him/her to do.

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