Mr. Sumit Sharma

Mr. Sumit Sharma


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    Mr. Sumit Sharma

    Faculty – Interior Designing

    Subjects Undertaken :

    Final year:

    Portfolio Development
    Professional Practices
    Working Drawings

    Second year:

    Lighting & Security Services
    Google Sketchup
    Auto CAD 2D & 3D
    Estimation & Costing

    First year :

    Building Materials

    Master batch :

    Commercial Interior Design
    Building materials
    Construction techniques

    Academic, Professional Qualifications & Experience :

    1. Bachelor in Interior Design – Year 2008
      B.Sc. in Interior Design, from INIFD(Inter-National Institute of Fashion Design), Indore Centre, affiliated to Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu.
    2. Senior Secondary  – Year 2003
      S.S.C. (10+2) (Management stream) from S.I.C.A. (South Indian Cultural Association), C.B.S.E. (Central Board of Secondary Education), Indore Centre.

    Experience :

    After completing the graduation I actively rendered my services to the design industry and gathered like-minded people to form an organization (IntExt). There by leading a panel of creative designers to work as one unit and perform to their best for attaining the organizational objective of “functional and innovative designed spaces”.

    In the later stages, have also worked with Design Institutes like, INIFD and DII, as visiting faculty, sharing Design knowledge to its practical perspective, by bridging the gap between theoretical context and current market work flow.

    “IntExt” – Year 2009 – TILL DATE

    Principle Designer & Proprietor.

    IntExt is a firm involved in manufacturing Interior Related goods with a panel of Designers providing their services in the Design industry.

    Roles & Responsibility :

    1. Business development through available means and resources.
    2. Taking directorial decisions for the firm as to its approach and end actions.
    3. Designing – all aspects of interior design i.e. form schematic phase to project closure.
    4. Preparing and developing design concepts, presentations to client, conducting client meetings for all queries.
    5. Developing detail drawings (working/shop drawings) with finest accuracies, and to check with the concerned vendors they are being executed as prescribed.
    6. Guiding fellow designers in preparing further drawings and details for the projects, motivating them in their work progress.
    7. Conducting research/survey for required and possible materials to be used in current and future projects by shop visits and studio meetings.
    8. Conducting site visits and guiding the work flow thereafter. Channelizing the deviations with prominent practical approach.
    9. “Ensuring what’s designed is produced” by all means.
    10. Preparing project estimates, bill of quantities and work schedules.
    11. Project documentation as to monitor its progress, raw material consumption and time tracks.
    12. Finalizing the furnishing articles like fabrics, artifacts, wallpaper/texture/wall coverings, etc. for all the projects, taking it to its final designed output.
    13. Synchronizing all the acts to ensure smooth organizational work flow, exploring its core efficiency.

    “INIFD”, International Institute of Fashion Design. Year – 2011-2014.

    Visiting Faculty :

    Taking classes for all the batches for the year. Dealing with subjects like: – Materials, Management Skills, Furniture Design, Lighting Application and Technology, Service Systems, Professional Practices,Landscape Design,Thesis Projects, Etc.

    Also Conducted Various Seminars and Industrial visits for student’s practical exposure (Invited corporates & locals like Jaquar, Century ply, Stone World, and many others)

    “D.I.I.”, Design Institute of India. Year – 2012-2013.

    "At Virtual Voyage College I have seen a healthy environment for the students where by they are encouraged and guided well to excel in their stream. Focus is on overall development which is essential for the professional field like designing. Industry exposure and seminars by experts are few routine practices for comprehensive and synchronized learning for students."