The George Telegraph Training Institute brings in yet another opportunity for the students of Kolkata in the form of George Institute of Interior Design. The aspirants will be trained by the leading architects, interior designers, and professionals. The corporate houses not only recruit 100% of the students that is guaranteed by GIID, but also advices and helps in designing. GIID collaborates with companies to ease site visits, factory visits, and industrial workshops.
The key credentials of GIID involve being associated with The George Telegraph Training Institute. GTTI is ISO 9001: 2015 certified registered trust. Following its establishment in 1920, GTTI expanded across the eastern states of India. Its demographic presence includes 70 technical and vocational courses offered in 60 training centres. More than 25000 students got groomed at GTTI and are placed in eminent corporate houses with successful careers.
GIID is located at the heart of Kolkata and offers two courses naming 1 year diploma in professional interior design and 2 year advanced diploma in professional interior design. The motto of the institute is to train students dwelling at urban and rural areas at an affordable price. Having mentioned that, GIID claims to offer excellent classroom environment and infrastructure to provide the students an exceptional learning experience.
In partnership with the British Deputy High Commission, this event brings together the young thinkers and experts to discuss a range of issues. This year, the discussion will emphasize on the role of West Bengal and East India as a trade and investment hub in South Asia and the potential to
trade with the UK.