Best Graphic Designing Course

Learn from basic to professional level Dicazo Institute will help to learn in a professional and easy wary.

Introduction/Course Overview

Dicazo Institute is an excellent and professional institute for Graphic Designing. Graphic Design Institute is offering highly creative and advanced training as per the industry need. It is the only institute in Jaipur which provides proper training in graphic designing with a special focus on pre-press, post-press, and sketching classes. Apart from specialized training in graphic designing; we also provide classes for extreme specializations for individual applications such as Adobe PhotoshopAdobe IllustratorCorelDraw, QuarkXPress, and Adobe InDesign.

Dicazo Institute always try to empower its students with the latest industry working trends so we conduct industrial visits for our students time to time. Our methodology is clear i.e. we want to prepare legends not personnel for the best graphic design industry.

Apart from the further giving computer applications our mentors will focus on various important topics also like creativity enhancement, design principles, typography, file formats, image editing professional techniques, scanning, printing, and personality development etc…

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What Will I Learn?


  • Flexible Batch timing
  • Subject Notes
  • Supplemental Resources
  • Portfolio Preparation
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Get Real time Projects to Practice
  • Attend 2 to 3 Classes with free of cost
  • Free Technical Support after completing course
  • If you absent any classes, back up Classes available
  • Free Technical Support on Freelancing Projects to Earn more Money
  • Free Interntet and Laboratory Facility

Placement Program

Job Assurity: Placement Support. Assist you to get JOB in top MNC’s, Mid & Small scale Companies

Resume Preparation Support

Conducted 2 to 3 Mock Tests

Mock Interviews to increase your confident level

You have opportunities to work on Real time Case Studies

Curriculum For This Course

What is Graphic Design

Adobe Photoshop

Lesson 2: Getting Started with Photoshop

 Lesson 3: Working with Images












How to Start the CorelDRAWprogram ?

Editing the object

Outline Tool :-

View Menu

Interactive Tool

Eyedropper Tool &Paintbucket Tool

Artistic Media Tool

Adobe Illustrator









Adobe InDesign

Getting Started with InDesign

Creating and Viewing a Document

Managing Pages

Working with text

Using Type Tools, Creating Type in a Text Frame, Creating Path TypeImporting Text, Flowing Imported Text, Working with Overflow Text, Copying and Moving Text, Changing Fonts, Changing Font Size, Changing Text Leading, Changing Text Kerning, Changing Text tracking, Aligning Paragraphs, Creating a Drop Cap, Setting Text Frame Options.

Placing and Working with Graphic

Placing Graphic
Placing Multiple Graphic
Copying or Moving Graphic
Using the Links Panel
Fitting Graphics in Frames

Working with Objects and Layers

Creating Shapes, Creating Line
Creating Multiple Objects in a Grid
Using the Selection Tool
Using the Direct Selection Tool
Resizing Object, Moving Object
Duplicating Object
Grouping and Combining Object
Aligning Object, Distributing Object
Arranging Object Stack Order
Transforming Object, Scaling Object
Rotating Object
Locking and Unlocking Objects

Applying and Managing Color

Applying Color
Using the Eyedropper Tool
Creating Tint Swatches

Applying Fills, Strokes, and Effects
Applying Fill and Stroke Color
Changing Stroke Attributes Creating Blends and Effects Applying Shadow Effects Applying Feather Effects Applying Corner Object Effects

Working with Points and Paths

Drawing with the Pen Tool
Selecting and Moving Points and Segments, Working with Pathfinder Creating a Compound Path

Working with Tables

Creating Tables, Entering and Editing Text in a Table, Modifying a Table Adjusting Table Rows and Columns Adjusting Tables in the Text Frame

Working with Style

Using the Paragraph Styles or Character Styles Panel, Creating Paragraph Styles, Creating Character Styles, Using Quick Apply

Finalizing a Document

Using Spell Check
Changing Case

Automating the Way You Work

Creating a Library

Exporting a Document

Exporting a Document
Understanding Export File Format
Exporting as a Print PDF
Exporting as a JPEG or PNG


Who Is The Target Audience?


Successful trainees would be guided on the procedures to create a stunning Portfolio, after which they would be expected to showcase at the end of the course, examples of such portfolios include:


Students who complete this course have the following career options


The most important reason why you should consider coming to DICAZO to learn this course is because DICAZO COMPUTER INSTITUTE offers the most integrated courses with the maximum possibility of job opportunities on your profile. As a part of DICAZO India which is a leading platform with thousands of Alumna’s and Alumnus’s whom have since graduation from the course have been making waves all over there chosen area of concentration while earning big time Cash and Paychecks, DICAZO Jaipur holds much more than just assurance for this course. For more info’s on course details or any other issues please call us on 91 7976882275 or mail to:-

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