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Q - Now I have appeared for std 10 th and would like to go for graphic designer and game designer so how should i follow after 10 th std.

- Prathamesh

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Graphic designer should have hands on designing and creative skills. Many employers, other than big designing firms, don't ask for specific degree or diploma if you have required knowledge and skills. But still, having a Bachelor degree in Art or design  will be a great advantage in all cases.

- Start preparing for entrance aptitude tests/exams  conducted after 10+2 for admission in courses like B.F.A. - Visual Communication/Graphics.
- As a secondary option, you can also consider doing bachelor degree in multimedia & graphic design, multimedia & animation, or similar course from a reputed institution after +2.

You can also consider doing designing courses in Multimedia & Graphic Design/Graphic Designing/Fine Arts/Web & Graphic Design with your regular studies.

Apart from education, you should keep improving your creativity and designing skills. Many students are doing multimedia and graphic designing courses from various institutions, but still finding skilled graphic designers is not easy for companies. That is why, good skilled designers are being paid high salaries.
Learning and practice is the key tool. Keep observing designing styles and techniques illustrated in newspapers, magazines, websites, display boards, and other media items. Learn how to express various ideas in visual format effectively.
Make your own designs, get opinions. Pick your best designs and make a portfolio. By the time you finish your eduction, you will have an impressive portfolio for presentation.

Please Note: This answer is just our view and a suggestion only. We have used our best knowledge but still the information may not be 100% accurate and updated.

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