The foundation course emphasizes on kids and women’s wear. This course engages students into basic 3-D designing, pattern drafting and garment construction. Students will learn the elements and principles of design through the various projects such as Line and 3D project. The completion of the first year course enables the students to work as Assistant Stylists and Assistant Kids wear Designers.
The program focuses on the basics of research methods and design processes and gives a hands-on experience to the students to apply these tools in real life situations. Students will be challenged to draft and construct tailored garments to meet industry standards. The correct handling of fashion fabrics and proper utilization of industrial equipment will be emphasized.
After the completion of the second year students are eligible to work as Research Assistant, Freelance Designer, Pattern Maker and Sourcing Assistant.
This program provides students with comprehensive overview of the fashion industry, including product development, sourcing, buying, marketing, retailing and merchandising. Students will learn the core principle of draping by constructing corset dress and jackets etc.
Students will develop an individual collection to showcase their unique philosophy and design strengths. Technical proficiency and professional presentation will be emphasized in 2D and 3D Portfolio presentation.
The completion of the three-year course enables you to work as a Designer, Visual Merchandiser, Visual Artist, Production Designer, Pattern Coordinator and Editor.
This curriculum focuses on developing an understanding of key theoretical concepts and on practicing skills associated with the areas of clothing, textiles, and fashion. Practical application of the knowledge and skills will be demonstrated in projects reflected at both the personal and work level.
Consumer Knowledge: To develop a knowledge base that will enable students to develop buying practices when designing or procuring clothing and textile products.
Technological Advances: To gain knowledge of the changes in the production of clothing and in the textiles industries and how they influence the lives of people today.
Careers and Employment: To explore career opportunities that may lead to successful employment in the areas of clothing, textiles, and fashion.
Personal Skills: To allow students to cultivate practical clothing skills that can be used in their daily lives.
Entrepreneurship: To develop entrepreneurial skills and evaluate opportunities within the textile and fashion industry.
The One-Year course provides the students with a firm foundation in design thinking and the basics of technical drawing and exposure to various types of materials used in interiors. Students will learn to design Residential Interiors, and on completion of the course will be able to work as residential designers, interior stylists, colour consultants, kitchen and bathroom designers among other professional opportunities.
The Two-Year course provides the students with all the knowledge and information required by a professional interior designer including professional practice, budgeting and estimating quantities and cost. Along with this, students learn to design and handle commercial spaces such as office, retail and hospitality design. On completion of this course students can work as independent interior designers able to handle all kinds of residential and commercial spaces.
The Three –Year offers the students an opportunity to specialize in various aspects of interior design such as Vastu-Shastra, Portfolio Development, Bathroom and Kitchen Design as well as upcoming fields like Transformable spaces and systems. Students can become professional practitioners in any/all of these fields after completing this course.
The PG in Interior Design is designed to provide the knowledge, competencies and skills necessary to operate in a changing and challenging global environment. The Subjects of the program have a strategic focus that tackle practical issues and concepts and develop the skills required by a modern interior designer. At the completion of the PG program, graduates should be able to work in various fields as an interior designer, Visual merchandiser, exhibition designer, teacher, etc.