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Textile design program introduces students to both creative and technical aspect of textile design and production. Many large retail organizations are investing toward design, development and production of textile and clothing. Industry needs graduates with retail and marketing knowledge and an understanding of how garments are designed and produced to bring innovative and cost effective products to market.
India has rich heritage of traditional and varied textiles which gives inspiration to the students to develop and play with the motif, fabric and color.
The course introduces students to subjects like behavior of yarn, history of design and Indian world textile. In-depth knowledge is provided in the field of basic weave , knit structure, embroideries, dyeing techniques, print technology [block and screen], color concepts and principles of design plus graphics. Modules on surface embellishment, advance weaving and printing technology, merchandising, marketing, visual retail and resource management help students to think beyond classroom activities. The four year curriculum builds students as a professional designer with in depth knowledge of fabric chemistry.
Textile design program develops professionals who not only contribute in designing the fabrics but also plays an important role in building the basis of apparel and home furnishings.
The textile graduates get an opportunity to explore the fields of fashion, textile and interiors and crafts. Career opportunities include textile and fashion designer, merchandiser, in fashion buying and export houses, design studios, mills as textile and garment technologist, quality controller, production manager, retail manager, textile trend setter, weave / print designers, carpet designer, independent designers or entrepreneurs. Year I: Common foundation program Year II: Emphasis on learning to balance design process with technology. Field visits to craft clusters, industries, fairs and mills become an important part of curriculum.
Year III: Strengthens students to apply their basic acquired skills and techniques for analysis and to find innovative design solutions to understand industry and market trends.
Year IV: Through design projects students are encouraged to apply their abilities to resolve specific design problem. Graduation projects undertaken by student provide the relevant work experience and opportunity to consolidate and use their abilities in a holistic manner in identifying their own skills and solving design problems