Pearl Academy announced on June 23, 2017 the inauguration of a new campus in West Delhi’s Rajouri Garden. The 100,000 sq. ft. new campus will be in addition to its existing campus at Naraina. The new campus has been designed to provide facilities like digitally enhanced classrooms and collaborative spaces. Sharing her thoughts on the new campus Prof. Nandita Abraham, CEO – Pearl Academy said,“I am happy to share that our new Rajouri Garden campus will get operational shortly. This campus is truly an interdisciplinary hub. Here, students from different courses stay united on common ground. They have the unique opportunity to learn from cross exposure of the diverse aspects of design industry and by virtue of shared space; ideas, concepts and networks will flourish to find new forms of expression.”
According to Pearl Academy, there are industrial glazed studios and libraries full of resources for creative disciplines. The new facility of Pearl Academy is a modern structure with hybrid blended labs for courses like Communication Design, Product Design, Pattern Making and Garment Construction, and has over 250 workstations that can accommodate 300 students for each session. Moreover, the building also maintains the global sustainability standards by following best practices such as energy efficient lighting and having treatment plants for waste management & disposal. Colours have been used mindfully through the campus with close attention paid to their potential to impact one’s mind and emotions. Shades of white, blues and greens are dominant in the campus along with orange and greys across the new campus.
Prof. Abraham further added, “Our campus is waiting for students and faculty to stamp their own identity onto the building- the walls and corridors are to be enlivened by installations, artworks, videos and other projects that will start bubbling as classes begin. This will not only enhance the learning environment of our students but will also make the facility one of its kind to offer such unique assimilation of creative landscapes. With this new campus, Pearl Academy reaffirms its commitment to its students, the creative industries and society.”
The academy is in its admission process for various design, fashion, business and media oriented courses. The academy offers over 30 uniquely designed under-graduate, post-graduate and professional development diplomas through its campuses in Delhi NCR, Jaipur and Mumbai. Students from any stream can apply for these courses. The academy has also announced inter campus transfers for UG courses in their third or fourth year.
The selection for the new academic year is done on the basis of written admission test and personal interview. Candidates who are in their final year of graduation can also apply for PG courses. Applicants with minimum qualifying scores in NIFT, NID, MAT, CAT, NATA, CEED will be entitled for the waiver of General Proficiency Test (GPT) depending on the chosen course. Such applicants will be called for a Personal Interview directly subject to submission of valid scores. Interviews can also be conducted online. The academy offers merit based scholarships and also facilitates education loans.
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