Fashion design students are capable of independently building and asserting their own identity or by associating with Export Houses, Design Studios and Retail and Fashion Houses. A Fashion Designer is a versatile & creative professional who can eventually diversify into other design professions based on a specific interest or specialization.
DIPLOMA COURSES :
- 1.Diploma in Fashion Design - 1 year
- 2.Advance Diplona in Fashion Design - 2 year
- 3.Masters in Fashion Design - 3 year
CERTIFICATE COURSES :
- 1.Certificate in Fashion Design. (6 months)
- 2.Certificate in Fashion Styling. (6 months)
- 3.Certificate in Accessory Designing. (6 months)
- 4.Textile Designing. (6 months)
- 5.Pattern Drafting and Apparel Manufacturing. (6 months)
- 6.Draping and High Fashion Manufacturing. (6 months)
- 7.Computer Aided Fashion Designing. (4 months)
- 8.Creative Hand Embroidery. (4 months)
An Introduction to the World of Fashion – to the grit behind the Glamour, From the Basics of Design and Fashion the student is exposed through Workshops and Seminars, Tradefairs, Exhibitions, and Industrial visits to the methodology required to translate Ideas into Final Product Development.
- ·Basics of Design.
- ·Colour Study.
- ·Fashion History – Western & Indian.
- ·Study of Textiles.
- ·Fashion Designing.
- ·Fashion Drawing.
- ·Embroidery Study.
- ·Pattern Drafting.
- ·Apparel Manufacturing Basics.
- ·Computer Aided Fashion Design.
- ·Fashion Styling – Basics
- ·Accessory Design – Basics
- ·Orientation in Merchandising
- ·Orientation in Fashion Marketing
- ·Entrepreneurship Development.
Creating not just Fashion Graduates but grooming professionals, the 1st year Programme in Fashion Design is followed by an advanced study in the 2nd year.
Second years studies are more Industry specific opening new avenues for the young graduates in the Fashion Industry as Designers, Sample Coordinators, Merchandisers, Fashion Consultant, Store Managers, Category Buyers & Fashion Stylist, Accessory Designers or as Entrepreneurs launching their own Brand Labels.
- ·Market Research Study
- ·Trends Forecasting.
- ·The Process – From Concept to Finished Product.
- ·Idea Generation – Business Plan Development.
- ·Supply Chain Management.
- ·Fashion Merchandising.
- ·Fashion Marketing
- ·Fashion Communication.
- ·Surface Enhancement & Texturing
- ·International Embroideries
- ·Draping & Garment Construction.
- ·Advanced Apparel Manufacturing.
- ·Exports & Imports. (Orientation)
- ·Finance Management
- ·Advance Computer Aided Designing
- ·Fashion Collection
From Sketch to a finished garment executed through the practical approach and a methodical process.
Garment Fit is the first priority and Pattern Drafting is the bridge Function between design and production, using Draping Techniques to Constructive Pattern through various Sewing Techniques and Finishes to the Final and Finished Product.
- ·Fabric Study
- ·Basics of Pattern Drafting
- ·Sewing Tools and Techniques.
- Constructive Pattern Drafting.
- Pattern Manipulation Techniques
- ·Draping Techniques.
- ·Trimming and Finishes.
- ·Supply Chain Management.
- ·Final Product Finishing and Packaging.
- Basics of design
- Colour theory
- Indian fashion history
- Study of textiles
- Fashion illustration
- Indian embroideries
- Pattern Making fundamentals
- Pattern drafting-I
- Apparel Construction Techniques -I
- Accessory designing
- Fashion merchandising and marketing -I
- Computer aided design(CAD)-I
- Surface Ornaments
- World Fashion history
- Study of textiles-II
- Fashion draping -II
- Advance Fashion illustration
- Art of embroidery aariwork
- Pattern drafting-II
- Apparel construction techniques-II
- Creative garment
- Fashion jewellery
- Computer aided design-II
- Fashion merchandising and marketing-II
- Trends forecasting
- Fashion show
- Fashion styling
- Fashion forecasting
- Merchandising and marketing -III
- Entrepreneurship skills and management
- Machine embroidery
- Apparel Manufacturing-III
- Portfolio development
- Design process with final collection
- Computer aided design -III
- Fashion show
First Year Sem 1 Syllabus for Interior design :
- Introduction of Interior design
- Basic of design(BOD)-Elements of design and Principle of design
- Colour theory- tints, hue and shades, primary colors, secondary colour, intermediate colour, complementary colour scheme, Double complementary colour scheme, split complementary colour scheme, monochromatic colour scheme, analogous color scheme, achromatic color scheme, cool colour scheme and warm colour scheme.
- Technical representation of drawings(TRD)- basic drafting, lettering, scale, object projection, orthographic projection, isometric view, axonometric view and perspective view. (Note all the projects and views are from basic object, complex object and structure)
- Interior design- standard furniture dimensions and space planning (living room, bedroom and bathroom)
- Building materials and methods of construction- material study (sand, clay mud, cement, pop, bricks, steel, glass, plastic, paint and polish) and standard building materials symbol.
- History of Interior design
- Workshop- paper collarge, illusion, product making (any thing related to interiors), 2D composition (finish in pencils, colours and paper), Sketching, line work, pencil gradation, object sketching, furniture sketching, rendering techniques and presentation styles, material rendering perspective rendering and many other things asper festivals with relation to interiors.
First Year Sem 2 Syllabus for Interior design :
- Interior Design (ID)
- 1.Types of kitchen,
- 2.Bedroom design or living area (measurements layout, bubble diagram, case study, concept sheet, material sheet, interior layout, flooring layout, false ceiling layout, sectional elevation, views,Perspective views.)
- 3.Residential project.(measurements layout, bubble diagram, case study, concept sheet, material sheet, interior layout, flooring layout, false ceiling layout, sectional elevation, views,Perspective views.)
- 4.Basic vastu shastra for residence.
- Technical representation of drawings (TRD)-
- 1. measurement layout
- 2. Structural drawings
- 3.One point perspective view of the space.
- 4.Twopoint perspective view of the space.
- Building materials and methods of construction (BMMC)- Types of bricks bricks masonry, stone masonry, lintels and arches.
- Market survey- Types of flooring, Types of celling, types of lights, Types of wall finishing.
- Model making
- AutoCAD (basic)
- Site visit.
- Basic of design-1
- Technical representation of drawing-1
- Building construction-1
- Building material-1
- Interior design-1
- Basic of design-2
- Technical representation of drawing-2
- Building construction-2
- Building material-2
- Interior design-2
- google sketch up
- Interior design-3
- Building construction-3
- Building material-3
- Interior service-1
- Design studio
- Interior design-4
- Furniture design-1
- Building construction-4
- Interior service-2
- Working drawing 1
- Interior design-5
- Furniture design-2
- Interior service-3
- design studio
- Estimation &Budgeting
- Working drawing-2
- Interior design-6
- Interior service-4
- Landscape design
- Vastu studies
- Professional practice
- 3d Max/ v Ray