Nijoo Dubey currently teaches at the Universal Design discipline at NID Bengaluru.
She has a masters in Furniture & Interior Design from NID. Ahmedabad. She holds a BArch degree from Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal.
After a short stint working as a designer and architect she is currently, back with her alma mater NID as a design teacher with the faculty of Industrial Design.
Over the years she’s taught in multiple departments, Furniture & Interior design, Product Design, Design for Retail Experience, Exhibition Design.
She enjoys teaching Design Process, Form Studies, Colour & Form, Research Methodology, Experience Design, Colour Material Finish, Human Factors, Design Projects etc.
She has been involved in setting up the NID-Asian Paints Colour Research Lab (2007-2010 and 2012-1014). This work led to the design some of first colour selection catalogues in the country.
She is currently pursuing her Doctoral studies. Her topic resides at the confluence of Colour-Culture-Products.
She chaired the first Design Research symposium in the India, “Insight2015”.
She has worked as a designer for industries and craft sector, while taking responsibility in academic areas such as curriculum development, student evaluation, admission and interview, networking with industries, student counselling etc.
She has also conducted Workshops for the client such as Big Bazaar, Kohler, AIG & KPMG on Experience Design, Space Design, Space Trends, Visual Merchandising and Visual Design.
Over the years her interest in post graduate foundation studies has increased and she has presented papers on the same.
Her clear understanding of the institutional goal shows in the many positions she has held within NID, ranging from Library committee to Placements and Industry Relations, as well as leading educational departments such as Design for Retail Experience and Universal Design.
She has also worked on the Vision 2025 NID report.
Nijoo considers herself a person with creative design capabilities with an eye for detailing and an inherent acumen in fine arts. She believes that good design can make the world a more beautiful, kinder, cleaner and interesting place and every moment of life rich and meaningful.