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NIMS SYLLABUS B. Sc IN FASHION DESIGN

NIMS UNIVERSITY

Syllabus – B Sc in Fashion Design

Session 2011-2012

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SEMESTER -V
S.no Subject Code and Subject name Theory (t) / Practical (p) T Term Work 30 Theory Paper 70 Total Marks 100

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501/ Fashion Forecasting

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502/ Garment Construction

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50

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503/ Draping and Grading II

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25

50

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504/ Fashion merchandising

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70

100

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505/ CAD I

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506/ Mens Wear

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50

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507/ Kids Wear

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50

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508/ Textile & Garment Quality Analysis Assurance 509/ Visual merchandising

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SEMESTER -VI S.no 1. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Total Subject Code and Subject name 601/ Industrial Project 602/ Creative Pattern Making 603/ Fashion Retailing 604/ Export and Import Management 605/ Range Development 606/ CAD –II 607/ Design Collection 608/ Portfolio Development Theory (t) / Practical (p) P P T T P P P P 30 30 25 25 25 25 Term Work Theory Paper 50 50 70 70 25 25 25 25 Total Marks 50 50 100 100 50 50 50 50 500

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B.Sc FASHION DESIGN SEMESTER -I
S.no 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Subject Code and Subject name 101 Elements/Principle of design and Fashion 102 Elements/Principle of design and Fashion 103 Fashion Model Drawing 104 Introduction to Textiles 105 Pattern Making-I 106 Construction Techniques-I 107 Surface Ornamentation- I Theory (t) / Practical (p) T P P T P P P Term Work 30 25 30 30 25 25 25 Theory Paper 70 25 70 70 25 25 25 Total Marks 100 50 100 100 50 50 50 500

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101 Elements/Principle of design and Fashion Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1) To develop understanding of elements of design (point, line, pattern, shape, texture, color form& space). 2) To develop understanding of principles of design (balance, rhythm, harmony, proportion, emphasis & variety). 3) To understand & analyze the effective use of elements / principle of design & fashion in the garment design process. CONTENT : Block 1. 2. Topic/Content Analysis Importance of Elements of Design and Fashion Line – i) Directing ii) Dividing iii) Psychological effects of line iv) Optical Illusion Shape – i) Geometric ii) Natural iii) Non-objective iv) Silhouettes Texture – i) Visual ii) Tactile iii) Audible Value & Colour – i) Colour wheel ii) Colour schemes iii) Colour psychology Principles of Design _ Rhythm, _ Balance, _ Emphasis _ Harmony, Scale _ Proportion, Variety Elements of Fashion – i) Skirts ii) Dresses iii) Trousers iv) Tops Period Hours 6 6

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v) Jackets vi) Coats vii) Necklines viii) Collars ix) Sleeves x) Cuffs xi) Pockets xii) Yokes

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Title of books Elements of design-space & forms Elements of design-Line Basic Principles Of design (Vol 1-4) Basic Design: The Dynamics of visual form Principles of Color Clothing Technology Author Albert W. Porter Manfred Maier Sansmarg Birren & Fabersvan Hannelore Eberle Hermann Hermeling Marianne Horaberger Dieter Menzer Warner Ribng

102 Elements/Principle of design and Fashion PRACTICAL

OBJECTIVES: 1) To develop understanding of elements of design (point, line, pattern, shape, texture, color form& space). 2) To develop understanding of principles of design (balance, rhythm, harmony, proportion, emphasis & variety). 3) To understand & analyze the effective use of elements / principle of design & fashion in the garment design process.

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CONTENT: Block 1. Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

Elements of Design _ Visual Language _ Dots _ Lines _ Shape and Space _ Pattern _ Texture 2. Principles of Design _ Rhythm, _ Balance, _ Emphasis _ Harmony, Scale _ Proportion, Variety 3. Color _ Color Wheel, Value, intensity and grey scale _ Color Schemes _ Color Interaction _ Color and Mood _ Process of ideation _ Drawing and Composition 4. Elements Of Fashion _ Styling -Skirts -Blouses -Dresses -Trousers -Men’s Shirts And Trousers _ Decoration _ Trimming and techniques RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Title of books Elements of design-space & forms Elements of design-Line Basic Principles Of design (Vol 1-4) Basic Design: The Dynamics of visual form Principles of Color Clothing Technology Author Albert W. Porter Manfred Maier Sansmarg Birren & Fabersvan Hannelore Eberle Hermann Hermeling Marianne Horaberger Dieter Menzer Warner Ribng

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103 Fashion Model Drawing Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1) To understand the importance of anatomical studies as the basis of fashion model drawing. 2) To realize the need for understanding, clarity & confidence in drawing of the Human body as a mode of visual communication in fashion. 3) To develop skill in fashion model drawing (drawing from a live model) CONTENT: Block 1. Topic/Content Analysis _ Perspective -Objective -Figurative Human Anatomy - Kids, Female and Male _ Studies of Human Body - Kids, Female and Male _ Proportion of the Croquis: Kids, Male, Female -Stick croquie -Flesh out croquie (front, back, side and 3/4 th view) _ Draping of one garment (On the kids, male ,female figure.) Period Hours 20

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Title of books Fashion Design Manual Fashion Sketch Book Fashion Design Illustration Fashion Illustration Today 9 Heads Fashion Illustration Author Pamela Stekar Bina Abling John Turnpenny Nicholas Drake Nancy Riegelman Julian Seaman

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104 Introduction to Textiles Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1) To educate students about the various stages from fibre to fabric. 2) To familiarize the fabric properties to enable better design skills.. 3) To aid the fabric choice as per the design, budget and client CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2 10

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The Textile Industry Fibers: - Classification - Composition / Origin/ manufacture of natural and man made fibers - Performance criteria of fibers - Properties and characteristics of natural and man made fibers - Fiber blends Yarns – - Spinning of natural and man made fiber - Types of yarn - Yarns properties Fabric Construction -Weaving - Knitting - Lacing -Netting - Felting Finishes - Classification of finishes - Preparatory Finishes - Aesthetic finishes - Functional finishes

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Title of books Textile from fibre to fabric Understanding textile J.J Pizzuto’s Fabric Science Clothing Technology Textile Author Berard Cobman Phyllis Toratora Arthur Price Europa Lehrimittal Wayne.A.Macmillan ,Londan

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105 Pattern Making – I Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 3

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Introduction to pattern making • Importance of pattern making in fashion industry • Tools & instruments used. • Terminology & indications used. • Standard body measurement charts. Children Bodice Block with size variations. Sleeves (Children) • Plain • Puff • Fancy puff • Leg–o–mutton Collars (Children) • Peter pan • Cape • Bishop • Sailors Skirts (Children) • Straight basic • A-line Introduction to fullness & skirt variations • Dirndl skirt • Gypsy skirt • Tiered skirt • Balloon Skirt Introduction to Slash n spread technique & yoke with gathers.

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Nightwear (children) • Pajama • Top Author Winifred Aldrich Lori. A. Knowles Nora M. MacDonald

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. Title of books 1. Metric Pattern Cutting for Children’s wear 2. Pattern Making For fashion designer 3. Flat Pattern Design

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106 Construction Techniques-I Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 6

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Introduction of sewing machine. sewing machine Hand seams & fastenings

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Hemming

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Machine Seams

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Plackets • Slit • Blouse • Continuous • Kurta • Kameez Pockets • Patch • Flap • Box • Front Hip Neckline & Armhole Finishes • Facing (single/double) • Fused facing • Bias binding

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7 Waistband • Fused • Elasticized Construction of Nightwear • Pajama • Top 6

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Complete Guide to Sewing Complete Book Of sewing Singer Sewing Book Author Reader Digest D.K Gladys Cunningham

107 Surface Ornamentation-I Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1) To understand the different types of textile and surface ornamentation designs and techniques and to use them effectively and designing the garments. 2) To know the various methods of surface ornamentation & to select the appropriate method of ornamentation for a specific product or fabric.

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 20

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_ Families of Textile Design _ Floral _ Geometric _ Conversational/Traditional _ Ethnic Repeat and its types - Directional - Non-Directional - One way - Two way - All over - Half Drop Vertical - Half-Drop Horizontal. _ Print s techniques - Block Printing - Stencil Printing - Fabric Printing

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- Lithography - Screen Printing

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3 Title of books Textile Design Encyclopedia of embroidery stitches including crewel Quilters work book Author Susan Meller & Joost Q. Elffers Marion Nicholas Pam Lonttot & Rosemary

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SEMESTER -II
S.no 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Subject Code and Subject name 201 Fashion Studies – I 202 Machinery and Equipment 203 Fashion Illustration I 204 Communication skills and personality Development 205 Pattern Making-II 206 Construction Techniques-I 207 Surface Ornamentation- I Theory (t) / Practical (p) T T P T P P P Term Work 30 30 25 30 25 25 25 Theory Paper 70 70 25 70 25 25 25 Total Marks 100 100 50 100 50 50 50 500

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201 Fashion Studies-I Theory
OBJECTIVES: - Develop an understanding of the Elements and Principles of Design with reference to Apparel - Develop an understanding of Aesthetic aspects - Understand market influences on Fashion designers, Fashion centers and brands. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 12

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Design Principles and Elements  Perspective and Application to Apparel and Lifestyle products. Aesthetics  Concepts and role in Design andEnvironment.Factors Influencing aesthetics. Use of emotional and cognitive experiences aesthetically for design. Instrumental & Non Instrumental advantages of aesthetics and influences on design. Design detailing and specifying in accordance to apparel Classifications in terms of demographics, styling, occasion & pricing.

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12 12

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Dynamics of Fashion Promotstyle/Here & There Apparel view Veiw on color Inside fashion Buiness Author Ellaine Stone

Jeanettle Jernow & Kitt Dickeson WWD

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201 Machinery and Equipments Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1) To create an awareness of the types of garments machinery available in the industry 2) 2) To develop an understanding about the selection of the right machinery for production of the required garment. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 05

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Overview of the Garment mass production setup• Marker making • Spreading • Cutting • Ticketing • Bundling • Sewing • Finishing • Quality Checking Classification of cutting machines and their application i. Straight Knife Cutting Machines ii. Band Knife Cutting Machines iii. Servo Assisted Cutting Machines iv. Computer Controlled Cutting Machines v. Round Knife Cutting Machines vi. Hot notcher cutting machines Classification of Sewing Machines and their applications i. Horizontal bed Machines ii. Vertical bed machines Stitch type analysis, classification and their applications i. 100 Class ii. 200 Class iii. 300 Class iv. 400 Class v. 500 Class vi. 600 Class Feed Mechanisms i. Drop Feed ii. Differential Feed iii. Unison Feed iv. Compound Feed v. Roller Feed

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6 Classification of Finishing Equipments and their applications i. The purpose of pressing ii. Categories of pressing iii. Pressing Equipments and methods iv. Stain removal v. Packaging Introduction to Sewing Machines attachments and their applications. 10

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Clothing Technology Technology of Clothing Manufacture Author Europa Lehrmittel Horold Carr and Barbara Latham

203 Fashion Illustration -I Practical
OBJECTIVES: To acquire the skills to use different mediums: - pencil, water color, poster color, etc. To understand the texture of fabric and render it. To develop types of rendering. To analyze variety of pictures and sketch and render them accordingly (body & garments). CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

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2.

_ Rendering Techniques _ Pencil _ Steadler and Color Pencil _ Charcoal _ Water Color _ Poster Color _ Oil and Acrylic _ Fabric Rendering - (30samples of different Varieties of fabric) _ Photo Analysis Different garments of Kids, Male and Female _ Development of Costumes on Croquis using elements of fashion (min-5)

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Title of books Advance Fashion sketch book Fashion Illustration The Fashion guide The Snap Fashion sketch bo Figure Drawing for Fashion I & II Fashion Illustration Today Fashion Illustration Now Fashion Art for the Fashion Industry Fashion Design in Vouge Author Bina Abling Colin Barnes / Steven Stipelman Haurent Hartung Bill Giazer Isao Yajima Nicholas Drake Laird Borrelli Rita Gersten William Packer

204 Communication Skills & Personality development Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1. To equip the students with effective communication tools required in the fashion business. 2. To develop their skills for the effective communication. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

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Introduction to communication i. Meaning & Definition of communication ii. Characteristics of communication Objectives of communication Channels of communication - Downward channels of communication - Upward channels of communication - Horizontal communication Media of communication i. Oral media ii. Written media iii. Non-verbal media Barriers to communication Essentials of effective communication

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. Title of books Business communication Author Dr. Rodrigue

205 Pattern Making-II Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 3

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• Human Anatomy • Individual measurement • Pattern Making Principals Adult Bodice Block size # 10 Dart Manipulation • Slash and spared technique • Pivot transfer technique • Single dart series • Double dart series Dart Manipulation • Curved • Parallel • Graduating • Radiating • Dart Equivalents Sleeves (Adult) (Set –in) • Plain • Puff & derivations • Cap • Petal • Leg-o-mutton • Bishop • Lantern Collars (Adult) • Non convertible • Flat roll • Partial roll • Full roll • Collars with deep open necklines

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Collars (Adult) • Convertible • Mandarin • Roll • Collars with stan 8. Skirts (Adult) • Basic single & double dart • A line • Paneled • Gored • Flounce • Wrap 9. Skirts (Adult) • Circular • Circular with uneven hemline • Cascade RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. Title of books Dress Pattern Making Pattern making for fashion design Author Natalie Bray Helen Joseph Armstrong 7. 6

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206 Construction Techniques-I I Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 3 6

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Tucks, Pleats, Gathers Zippers • Centre • Lapped • Invisible Collars • Non convertible • Convertible Sleeves

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Skirts Term Garment

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Complete Guide to Sewing Complete Book Of sewing Singer Sewing Book Author Reader Digest D.K Gladys Cunningham

207 Surface Ornamentation-II Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1) To understand the different types of textile and surface ornamentation designs and techniques and to use them effectively and designing the garments. 2) To know the various methods of surface ornamentation & to select the appropriate method of ornamentation for a specific product or fabric. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

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_ Tools and techniques - Design transfer materials, - Sources & interpretation - Choosing color - Enlarging and reducing design Embroidery - Outline stitches - Border stitches - Variation of cross stitches - Composite band stitches - Types of isolated stitches - Open filling stitches - Solid filling stitches - Insertion stitches - Edging stitches - Cut and drawn stitches - Ribbon embroidery Finishing embroidery stitches— --Cleaning, --Pressing and --Blocking

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4. • Types of embroideries - Black work embroidery - Cross stitches embroidery - Huck embroidery (used on Toweling fabric) - Open work (pulled thread) - Open work (hardanger) - Open work(cut work) - Machine embroideries 10

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3 4. Title of books Textile Design Encyclopedia of embroidery stitches including crewel Quilters work book Batik Designs Author Susan Meller & Joost Q. Elffers Marion Nicholas Pam Lonttot & Rosemary Sigrid W. Weltge

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SEMESTER -III

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Subject Code and Subject name

Theory (t) / Practical (p) T

Term Work 30

Theory Paper 70

Total Marks 100

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301/Fashion Studies – II

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302/ Fabric Studies I (Woven)

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70

100

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303/ Principle of Management

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70

100

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304/ Fashion Illustration II

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25

50

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305/ Garment Construction – I

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25

25

50

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306/ Fabric Styling

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25

25

50

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307/ Appreciation Of Traditional Indian Textiles & Embroideries 308/ Accessory – I

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70

100

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25

50

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309/ Computer Application II

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50

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650

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301 Fashion Studies-II Theory
OBJECTIVES: - Develop an understanding of the Elements and Principles of Design with reference to Apparel - Develop an understanding of Aesthetic aspects - Understand market influences on Fashion designers, Fashion centers and brands. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2

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Fashion Forecasting Introduction Forecasting considering Fashion Cycle as a prelude Study of Consumer Behavior Fashion Forecasting Process Forecasting of colour Forecasting of Fabric Forecasting of Silhouettes Forecasting of Trend Using various resources for Interpretation of Fashion Forecasting.

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Forecastin Beyond Design Author Rita Perna Sandra keiser & Myrna B. Garner

302 Fabric Studies II Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1) To educate students about the various properties of fibres which affects the weaving process 2) To understand the different types of weaves used in garment industry 3) To understand the representation of weaves, its importance and defects

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CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2 10

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Fundamental of textiles and segment of industry Fibre, yarn, tenacity,staple length, spun,filament, elongation, shrinkage etc. - Type of fibers and yarns, yarn structure and numbering system. Elements of woven design - Classification of woven design - Operations in woven cloth production - Methods of fabric representation - Weave repeat - Drafts and lifting Plan Construction of elementary weaves - Plain - Twill - Satin Development of weaves from elementary weave Advantages and disadvantage of basic weaves Fabric defects - Types, source and remedies

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Title of books Textiles Textile Science Consumer Textiles Fiber to Fabric Understanding textiles Watson’s Textile Design and Colour A handbook of weaves Clothing Technology Author A Wynne K.L. Hatch Jennifer Cant, Anne Fritz Cobman Tortora, Phyllis g. prentice-hall Inc., new jersey Z Grosicki G.H.Oelsner Europa Lehrimittal

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303 Principle of Management Theory
OBJECTIVES: • To expose students to management creativity. • To acquaint the participants with Business organization and to familiarize them with basic management concepts, applications & processes. • To Provide experiential learning for the students in the area of decision making, motivation, leadership and communication.

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

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Definition, Nature, Purpose and Social responsibility of Management. Evolution of Management,Managing is an art or Science Types and Levels of Organization, Managerial Functions, Process of Management- Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling Planning – Types, Steps and Process. SWOT Analysis Organizational Structure, Types, Staff- line of authority, Delegation of work and decentralization. Process of Decision making, Evaluation and selection of alternatives Motivation, Leadership, Communication Finance-functions, goals, source, break-even analysis and profitability.Ethics and Social responsibilities in management.

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3 Title of books Management Essentials of Management – 5th edn Strategic management concept and cases Author Stoner & others Koontz & Weihrich – Part1 S.C. Bhattacharya

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304 Fashion Illustration -II Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1) To develop skill in figure drawings. 2) To understand the various types of actions, body movements & draw accordingly. 3) To be able to draw features according to theme or mood CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 30

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_ Body Movements (kids, female and male) _ Leg and hand movement _ Face drawing and detailing _ Feature drawing _ Actions _ Poses and composition (different angles- 5 with alldetails) _ Stylized rendering _ Flats _ Spec Sheet

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Title of books Advance Fashion sketch book Fashion Illustration The Fashion guide The Snap Fashion sketch bo Figure Drawing for Fashion I & II Fashion Illustration Today Fashion Illustration Now Fashion Art for the Fashion Industry Fashion Design in Vouge Author Bina Abling Colin Barnes / Steven Stipelman Haurent Hartung Bill Giazer Isao Yajima Nicholas Drake Laird Borrelli Rita Gersten William Packer

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305 Garment Construction-I Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 6

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Torso foundation • Semi fitted • Fitted Low -waisted & High waisted skirts Sleeve Bodice combinations • Basic Kimono • Basic Dolman • Raglan Stylelines • Classic princess • Armhole princess • Panel styleline Salwar & Churidar Term Garments • Construction of Salwar suit • Construction of One piece garment

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. Title of books Dress Pattern Designing Pattern Making for fashion design Author Natalie Bray Helen Joseph Armstrong

306 Fabric Styling Practical

OBJECTIVES: 1) To impart the skills of creation of creative styles in fabrics for the application of apparel

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CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 6

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Exploration and use of the different fabrics and related materials for the research purpose (Students shall collect sheer fabrics, coarse fabrics, prints, embroidery materials, threads, ribbons etc.and prepare swatches using controlled crushing, systematic folding, smocking, tucking, cording,patchwork, quilting etc. for research purposes Collection of different visuals to study the fabric styling used by different national and international designer. ♦ Development of mood board ♦ Conceptualization Creation of total six different fabric styling sample as per the selected theme and execution of the final selected design for the selected apparel style Presentation using Corel Draw And Photoshop Tools

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307 Appreciation Of Traditional Indian Textiles & Embroideries Theory
OBJECTIVES: 1. To familiarize students with different textiles and Embroideries produced in different states of India. 2. To acquire knowledge of various embroideries done in India with the historical background of each CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2 26

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Introduction about traditional Indian textiles and their importance Traditional Textiles of different states regarding the fiber used, weave, motifs, colors and their significance and descriptive terms usedMaharashtra, Gujarat,Saurashtra, Kutch, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Orissa, Manipur, West Bengal, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Andhra Pradesh.

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3. Traditional Embroidery of different states _ Kasuti of Karnataka _ Embroidery of kutch and kathiawar _ Kashida of Kashmir _ Kantha of Bengal _ Chikankari of Uttar pradesh _ Embroidery of manipur _ Chamba rumal _ Phulkari of Punjab _ Gold and silver embroidery _ Appliqué work of Bihar and orrisa 32

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Title of books Textile arts of india Traditional Indian Textile Handicrafts of India Indian Embroidery, calico museum of textiles Tie and dye textiles of India Costumes and Textiles of india Author Kokyo Hafanaka John Gillow & Nicholas Barnard Chattopadhyaya Kamaladevi Irwin and hall Murphy V and Crill R Dhamija Jasleen An Jay Jyotindra

308 Accessory-1 Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1) To familiarize students with different materials, their properties and use of them in making of objects which are part of the garment as co-ordinates. 2) To understand pricing and sourcing materials. 3) To understand the various tools and machinery used in accessory making. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 6

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Design inspirations – jewelry • Research • Understanding the basic tool kit Handling of different materials • Work with paper, fabrics, dried stuff, wood, glass, string beads etc.

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3. 4. Working with metals Basic jewelry techniques • Saw piercing, drilling, filling, soldering Working with wire • Drawing, bending, cutting, spirals, forging jump rings, chains, twisting Textures and surface Finishes 9 9

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 Title of books Jewelry Making Author Emma Gale And Ann Little

309 Computer Application Practical
OBJECTIVES: 1. 2. 3. 4. To introduce the basic principles of computer hardware and software To familiarize with core elements of Windows, Spread Sheets and basic applications in the areas of word, and presentation with computers. 3.To familiarize students with the scope and utility of the Internet

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 10

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Window - Using window Explorer - Managing files and folders - Using Paint Brush, WordPad & Notepad - Network Neighborhood Word Processor (Microsoft Word) - Introduction to Word Processor - Overview of Word Processor Packages - Use of word in different areas - Document concept – (Creating, Saving, Opening, Closing Document) - Formatting document (Bold, Italic, Underline, Justification, fonts, colors of fonts, format painter)

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- Copy, cut and paste - working with margins and page setup - Tables - Uses of drawing toolbar - Columns, header & footers - Printing procedure - Spell Check & Thesaurus - Adding a chart to the report - Mail Merge Spread Sheets (Microsoft Excel) - Introduction to spread sheet - Overview of spread sheet packages - About Excel (Role of Excel in day to day life) - Understanding Excel Sheet - Inserting, deleting and hiding columns / rows - Manipulating formulas and functions - working with charts - Printing a sheet - Sort & Filter Presentation Package (Microsoft powerpoint) - What is presentation? Explain its need - Overview of presentation packages - Use of powerpoint - Making Presentation - Different types of slide layouts - Slide view, slide sorter view and slide show buttons - Setup show - Applying design templates and backgrounds - Transitions & custom animation effects - Recording voice in presentation - Electronic presentations Database Package (Fox Pro) - Data, Information, database, database system, database management system - About Foxpro - Data types used in Foxpro - Creating modifying and displaying structure - List with scope - Adding and Editing Records - Operators (Arithmetic, Relational, Logical & String) - Specifying date format - Delete, Pack, Zap Recall, Goto & Skip, Replace Commands - Different between sorting and indexing - Memory Variable - Functions (Numerical, Statistical, Character and date) - Set Commands - Report Generation

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6. Internet - What is internet? And its advantages and disadvantages - Minimum hardware and software requirement for internet connection - Role of modem in internet - Websites & ISPN - Browsing and Surfing - Search Engines - Downloading Pictures and Text - E-mailing - Downloading pictures and Text - Creating Accounts - Attachments - Chatting 5

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2 Title of books “Mastering word 2000” “Mastering Excel 2000” Author Ronthansfield, J.W.Oslen,BPB Publication Mindy C.Martin, Steven M.Hansen,Beth Klingher BPB Publication Katherine Murray BPB Publications Charles Siegal Ned Shell: SAMS Publishing Wendy G.Lehnert

3. 4. 5. 6.

“Mastering Powerpoint 2000” “Mastering Fox Pro 2000” “The internet in 24 hours” “Internet 101 A Beginner’s Guide to the internet and the world Wide Web”

309 Computer Application-II Practical

OBJECTIVES: To incorporate in design students the ability to represent and create visuals using image editing and object creation / manipulation capabilities of Adobe Photoshop, Corel draw And Page maker

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CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 22

1.

2.

3.

Coreldraw - About CorelDraw - Using the menus, standard toolbar, property bar and dialog boxes - Drawing rectangle, ellipses, polygons, stars, spirals and graph paper - Drawing lines of all shapes and size - Creating and manipulating text - Selecting and transforming objects - Shaping objects - Filling and outlining objects - Viewing, zooming and ordering - Combining, breaking apart, grouping, ungrouping, separating and converting to curves - Weld, intersection and trim - Aligning, coping, pasting, and cloning - Lens, perspective and power clip - Fitting Text to a path - Page setup - Uses of Corel draw Photoshop - About Photoshop - Using toolbox, palettes and Context menus - Creating, Operating and closing files - Changing canvas size, color modes and resolutions - Understanding and working with layers - Selecting areas - Picking and selecting colors - Paining and selecting colors - Creating text -Resizing and Reshaping image - Scanning - Filter effects - Manipulating focus with blur, sharpen, and smudge - Adjusting tone with dodge - Morphing images - Cloning and pattern creation with the rubber stamp - Creating special images effect Pagemaker - Introduction to PageMaker - The Pagemaker window - Using the tool box - Creating new document - Entering and formatting text - Editing text

22

16

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- Rulers - Using control palette and color palette - Adding colors - Drawing and Editing objects using various tools - Changing character specifications - Developing and formatting paragraphs - Using find and change feature - Page setup - Using story editor - Inserting and removing pages - Sorting pages - Master pages, Importance and uses - Creating a bill, pamphlets, visiting cards, advertisements

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Respective software manuals (Adobe Photoshop, Corel Trace Photoshop Retouching Techniques Teach Yourself Access for Windows 95, Version 7.0” 1999, BPB Publications, New Delhi Author

Eismann, Katrin, Simmon – Steve Publisher Siegel, Charles

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SEMESTER -IV
S.no Subject Code and Subject name Theory (t) / Practical (p) T Term Work 30 Theory Paper 70 Total Marks 100

1.

2.

401/ Fundamentals of fashion marketing and merchandising 402/ Garment Construction – II

P

25

25

50

3.

403/ Draping – I

P

25

25

50

4.

404/ Fabric Studies – II (Knits)

T

30

70

100

5.

405/ History of fashion

P

25

25

50

6.

406/ Women’s Wear

P

25

25

50

7.

407/ Dyeing and Printing

P

50

50

8.

408/ Accessory Design – II

P

25

25

50

Total

500

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401 Fundamentals of fashion marketing and merchandising Theory
OBJECTIVES: -To familiarize with marketing mechanisms that affects and governs Apparel Trade -To make students understand the basic concepts of merchandising and its importance in the Apparel industry. -To make students understand the basic concepts of merchandising and its importance in the Apparel industry.

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 5 6

1. 2.

- Marketing concept - Marketing and Selling - 4 P's of marketing - Developing Marketing Strategy and Tactics - Product strategy. - Pricing strategy - Distribution Policy - Promotion policy Def of fashion merchandising Merchandising in Apparel Industry Merchandising Terminology and concepts Merchandising concepts and terminology 4 “R”s of merchandising & The buyer’s responsibilities a)Responsibilities of the buyer b) Working with Vendors Organizing buying / selling activity

3.

6

4.

6

5. 6. 7. 8.

2 5 6 6

9

12

10

6

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2 3. 4. 5. Title of books Principles of Marketing Relevant business & trade journals, magazines, and Govt. Publications Fashion Buying & Merchandising The Business of Fashion Fashion: From Concept To Consumer Author Philip Kotler

Packard, S., Winters, A. & Axelrod Burns, David L Frings, Gini S

402 Garment Construction-II Practical
CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 12 9 9 12 12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Strapless Foundation Bias cut Dresses Shirts & its variations (ladies tops) Trouser Gents Shirts with Cuff & Collar variations

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1 2. Title of books Dress Pattern Designing Pattern Making for fashion design Author Natalie Bray Helen Joseph Armstrong

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403 Draping-I Practical

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 3

1.

2.

Introduction to Draping • Terminology • Dummy preparation • Muslin preparation Basic Bodice Block • Front • Back Dart Manipulation • Single dart series • Double dart series Basic Skirt Block • Single dart • Double dart • Dart Equivalents Skirt variations • Flared • Gathered • Skirts with yokes Neckline & Armhole variations

6

3.

12

4.

12

5

15

6.

12

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. Title of books Draping for apparel Design Author Helen Joseph Armstrong

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404 Fabric Studies II (Knits) Theory
OBJECTIVES: To Acquire knowledge about knitted fabric and garments for effective knitwear design. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2 12

1. 2

Comparison between knits and woven Knitted Garments - Fully cut - Stitch shaped cut - Fully fashioned - Integral Weft knitted fabric and its types Warp knitted fabrics and its types Stitch geometry seams and seaming for knitwear Quality control of knitted garments Appreciation of knits for its uses in different product categories

3. 4. 5 6. 7.

14 14 5 8 2

8. 9

Developing innovative knits from fashion industry Fabric defects – types, source and remedies

5 2

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Knitting Technology Introduction to Knitting Author David Spencer Ajaonkar

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HISTORY OF FASHION Practical

OBJECTIVES: 1) To develop an understanding of world costumes and their contemporary interpretations 2) To understand the characteristics of the costumes of various parts of the world. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 15

1.

2.

3.

4.

• Ancient Egypt • Germanic (Prehistory & Easy times) • Ancient Greece • Ancient Rome • Byqzantine –middle age • Romanesque • Gothic Modern Age – -Renaissance (Renaissance Fashion) -The Landsknecht -Spanish Fashion Baroque -Netherlands Fashion -Rhineland Fashion -Rococo (Rococo Fashion) Recent Times -Neoclassicism -Romanticism -Art Noveau Present Day 20th Century -The Twenties -The Thirties -The Forties -The Fifties -The Sixties -The Seventies -

15

15

15

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The Eighties

5.

History of Indian Costume .Classification of Indian history period wise from prehistoric period to 20th century history and modern history. Evolution of costumes pertaining to inner, outer, upper and lower garments Study of traditional basic Indian costume of men’s, and women’s

6

6

4

7.

6

Assignment I-Preparation of journal

15

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 8 Title of books A history of costume in the west Costume Historic costumes The chronicle of western costume Costume And Fashion Survey of historic costumes The Complete Costume History Clothing Technology Author Francots Boucher The Pepin press Karen Baclawski John Peacock Jack Cassin – Scott Phyllus tortora Auguste Racinet Hannelore Eberle Hermann Hermeling Marianne Horaberger Dieter Menzer Warner Ribng B.N.Goswamy B.N.Goswamy G.S.Ghurye Parul Bhatnagar

9 10 11 12

Indian Costume-II - Patkas Indian Costume Indian Costume Traditional Indian costume and textiles

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Subject Women’s Wear Practical OBJECTIVES: 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25 25

Marks 50 Term Work TP/Pr. Total

To develop an understanding, Analysis and Development of women’s wear CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis

1.

Market survey

2.

Conceptualization

3.

Design Development

4.

Final Presentation

5.

Product Development

6.

Product presentation

Assignment I: Final Presentation Assignment II: Product presentation

20 30

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Subject Dyeing & Printing Practical OBJECTIVES:

Credits 64

Total hours 25 25 Term Work

Marks 50 TP/Pr. Total

1. To gain knowledge of dyes used on different textile fibers. 2. To gain knowledge of different dyes methods 3. To get acquainted with different methods of Tie and Dye and Batik. 4. To acquire knowledge of different printing methods. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 8

1.

2.

3. 4.

Introduction to Dyeing - Classification of dyes - Determining colour fastness - Identification of efects -Preparatory Processes of Dyeing -Different Methods of Dyeing - Yarn Dyeing - Piece Dyeing Tie and Dye, Batik - History - Different Methods

14

13 25

Introduction to Printing - Difference in Dyeing and Printing - Different types of Printing – block printing, discharge printing, stencil printing, spray printing, khadi printing, screen printing and preparation of creen Assignment I-Preparation of journal from block 2,3 and 4 15 Assignment II-Preparation of article from block 3 and 4 15 REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Title of books J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science Textile Science Technology of Textile Printing Fiber to Fabric Understanding textiles Author Arthur Price K.L. Hatch R.S.Prayag Cobman Tortora, Phyllis g. prentice-hall

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Inc., new jersey V.A.Shenai Eloise Piper Fay Anderson

6. 7. 8.

Chemistry of dyes and principles of dyeing Batik Tie Dyeing And Batik

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Subject Accessory-1I Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis

1.

Study of bags, shoes, belts and scarf • Design, Research • Experiment with materials • Study the basic tools required • Market surveys • Design presentations • Final concept Sample Exploration • Introduction to various raw materials • Sampling • Surface ornamentation • Sampling

2.

3.

Assignment I: Submission of 3 articles Assignment II: Product presentation

20 30

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Subject Fashion Forecasting Theory 4

Credits 64

Total hours 30 70 Term Work 100

Marks

Theory Paper

Total

OBJECTIVES: 1. To understand the forecasting techniques to determine market demands 2. To be able to make use of the forecast to design collections. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 20

1.

2.

Introduction i. Meaning of Fashion ii. Meaning of Forecasting iii. The role of a forecaster iv. The precision of the forecast v. The fashion industry’s components vi. The structure of the fashion industry vii. The fashion timetable viii. Information Network ix. The selling strategy Research Process in Forecasting i. Primary sources ii. Secondary sources iii. Tertiary sources iv. Tracking sales v. Competition vi. Demographics vii. Value & life style viii. Publication ix. Forecasting services

30

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x. Plethora influences xi. Observation posts xii. The new technology xiii. Fashion of involvement xiv. New uses of products Processes of Reporting i. Process of implementation ii. Promotion iii Making the fashion happen

3.

10

Assignment I: presentation of various forecasts

10

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Fashion Forecasting Fashion Forecasting Author Evelyn L.Brannon Rita Perna

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Subject Garment Construction-III Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 12 12 9 15 9 9

1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Trouser Variations Garment construction with Lining & Interfacing Indian Traditional (Lehenga & Choli ) Waist coat With Shawl collar Cowl and its variations Knitwear foundation

Assignment I: Submission of one Trouser with pattern Assignment II: Submission of one Garment with lining & interfacing Assignment III: Submission of one Traditional wear with pattern Assignment IV: Submission of one Waist coat with pattern Assignment V: Submission of one top with neckline cowl with pattern Assignment VI: Submission of one knitwear top with pattern

10 15 10 15 10 15

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1 2. Title of books Dress Pattern Designing Pattern Making for fashion design Author Natalie Bray Helen Joseph Armstrong

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Subject Draping and Grading Practical II 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 9 9

1. 2.

Style lines Cowls • Front • Back • Armhole Fitted Midriff Collars • Basic • Mandarin • Peter pan • Sailor Bias cut Dresses Grading • Basic Block • Basic Skirt • Shirt & Trouser

3 4.

3 12

5. 6.

12 15

Assignment I: Submission of Cowls Assignment II Submission of Collars Assignment III: Submission of Bias cut dress Assignment IV: Submission of Grading Journal

10 10 15 15

REFERENCE BOOKS

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Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Draping for apparel Design The Art of Fashion Draping Subject 4 Author Helen Joseph Armstrong Connie Amaden-Crawford Total hours 30 70 Term Work 100 Theory Paper Total

Credits 64

Marks

Fashion Merchandising Theory

OBJECTIVES: • To understand market dynamics and gain ability to market ones design and products. • To be able to understand merchandising functions and work in the capacity of a merchandiser/buyer. Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 8 10

1. 2.

Meaning of Marketing Core Concepts of Marketing • Needs, wants & demand • Products (goods, services and ideas) • Value, cost and satisfaction • Exchange & transactions • Relationships and networks • Markets • Markets & Prospects Marketing Management • Company Orientation towards the marketing place • The production concept • The product concept • The selling concept / sales concept • The marketing concept • Target Market • Customer needs • Integrated marketing • Profitability • The social marketing concept The rapid adoption of Marketing Management • Building customer satisfaction through quality, service and value. • Customer value, customer satisfaction • Delivering customer value & satisfaction • Value – Delivery Network • Attracting & Retaining customers • Computing the cost of lost customers • The need for customer retention

3.

10

4.

10

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• Relationship Marketing – The key • Adding financial benefits • Customer profitability – The ultimate test • Implementing total Quality Marketing Managing Marketing Information & Measuring market demand • Meaning of Marketing Information System • Internal Records System • Marketing Research System • Suppliers of Marketing Research • The Marketing Research Process • Characteristics of good marketing research • Overcoming Barriers to the use of Marketing Research • Marketing Decision Support System Introduction to fashion • Definition of fashion • History of Fashion • Misconceptions about fashion • Fashion Language- Style, Design, Taste, Classic Fad • Components of Fashion (Elements of Design)- Silhoutte, Texture, Colour, Detail, Trim. • Principles of Fashion • Fashion Cycles • Consumer Identification Fashion Leader, Fashion Follower • Adoption of Fashion –Traditional Adoption,Reverse Adoption, Mass Dissemination. • Factors influencing Fashion – Accelerating Factors, Retarding Factors Introduction to merchandising • Definition of Merchandising • Characteristics of Merchandising • Cycle of Merchandising Distribution • Value Components in Merchandising • Merchandising Planning • Identifying your customers Fashion research & analysis Forecasting trends, fashion research International market – international fashion centers

5.

10

6.

12

7.

10

8. 9. 10

10 10 10

Assignment I

15

REFERENCE BOOKS

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Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Title of books Marketing management Marketing management Principles of merchansing Inside of fashion business Fashion Merchanisn Fashion from Concept to Comsumer Author Philip kotler Ramaswamy Stone

Fair child

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Subject CAD-I Practical

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis

1.

2. 3.

Plaids and Stripes Development ♦ Colourways ♦ Simulations ♦ Production Dobby Designs Print Designing ♦ Colourways ♦ Spot colour separation for screen printing Textile mapping and illustration for catalogue and presentation

4.

Assignment I: projects on all blocks REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books CAD Software Wonder Weaves Author Richpeace

20

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Subject Mean Wear Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Market survey Conceptualization Design Development Final Presentation Product Development Product presentation

Assignment I: Final Presentation Assignment II: Product presentation

20 30

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Subject Kid Wear Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CONTENT: Block 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Market survey Conceptualization Design Development Final Presentation Product Development Product presentation Topic/Content Analysis

Assignment I: Final Presentation Assignment II: Product presentation

20 30

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Subject Textile & Garment Quality Analysis Assurance Theory

Credits

Total hours 30 70 100 Term Work

Marks

4

64

Theory Paper

Total

OBJECTIVES: This course is intended to impart the knowledge of quality analysis and assurance and its importance in textile industry. CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 2

1.

Introduction ♦ What is quality? ♦ Why quality is important? Inspection -Raw material Inspection -In process inspection -Final inspection -How much to inspect -Definitions of fabric defects -British standards of interest to garment manufacturers

2.

8

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- ISO standards of interests to garment manufacturers

3. 4.

Textile Testing & Product Evaluation Precision & Accuracy of Test Methods -Atmospheric conditions for testing -Strength properties of apparel -Fabric stretch properties -Dimensional changes in apparel due to laundering, dry-cleaning, steaming & pressing. -Needle cutting / yarn severance -Sew-ability of fabrics -Bow and skew ness (Bias) in woven and knitted fabrics -Soil and stain release testing -Fabric thickness -Abrasion resistance -Color fastness -Testing of fusible interlinings -Testing of zippers -Elastic waistband testing -Yarn strength and elongation -Yarn number -Yarn twist -Sewing Threads -Wear testing Care labeling of apparel and textiles

8 22

5.

6

6. 7. 8.

Objective evaluation of fabric hand Quality cost Quality management

6 4 4

Assignment I Preparation of journal REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Managing quality in the apparel industry Quality Assurance for textiles and apparel

15

Author Pradip V Mehta, Satish K. Bharadwaj Sara J.Kadolph

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Subject Visual Merchandising Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25 25 Term Work

Marks 50 TP/Pr. Total

OBJECTIVES: • Understanding of architectural tools required for store planning • Exposure to variety of material used in industry • Understanding advance features of Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator • Usage of Lighting CONTENT: Block 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 7. 8. Topic/Content Analysis Visual presentation (Drafting technology) Computer Rendering Materials and Props Visual Presentation Computer graphics and digital imaging Lighting Technique Fashion Styling for coordination Typography and Design Period Hours 10 10 4 6 10 8 8 8

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Assignment I Assignment II REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Visual Merchandising Typographic Design 3 Graphic Communication Directory Subject Indsutrial Project Practical Credits Author Robert Calbrone Rob Carter, Ben Day, John miley & Sons, New Jersey Daniel J. Lyons – New Jersey Total hours 50 Marks 50 Term Work TP/Pr. Total 15 15

CONTENT: Block Topic/Content Analysis

1. 2. 3. 4.

_ Introduction Industry project concept notes _ Concept- research And methodology Identification of research topic Objectives, Introduction, Planning _ Methodology, review of literature, planning - Preparation of tools, progress of project _ Presentation of Tools _ Finding and analysis presentation Final presentation

5.

6.

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Subject Creative Pattern Making Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25 25 Term Work

Marks 50 TP/Pr. Total

Content Block Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 27

1.

Selection of total three women’s outfits. Identifying its elements using size 10 dummy, creating the pattern for the same in muslin Out of 10 patterns The instructor will select three. The instructor will provide guidelines Each pattern should have minimum 6 different features that will fall in creative category. Fit Analysis

2.

27

3.

10

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Subject Fashion Retailing Theory 4

Credits 64

Total hours 30 70 Term Work 100

Marks

Theory Paper

Total

OBJECTIVES: 1. To expose and develop students’ understanding of design/ merchandising from a buyer’s/ retailer’s point of view, i.e., the need for understanding retail market trends, seasonal planning, stock inventory planning, and selling. 2. To understand retail policies on pricing, discounting, buying, and the various channels of distribution. CONTENT: Block 1. 2. Topic/Content Analysis Factors Affecting Merchandise - Product & Fashion Life Cycles Retailling – introduction retail evolution Role of retail in marketing system formats of store Environment of retail organization of store Franchising and product labels. Basics of Supply Chain Management Classification of retail outlets International trends in retailing Location (considerations) Layout and site selection Analysis of trade area and site- selection SPF calculations. Period Hours 6 6

3.

6

4. 5. 6.

6 6 6

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7. 8. 9. Retailing & Buying Seasons Merchandise Buying & Planning Promotion and display store interior and design DepartmentalizationLayout planning & space allocation promotion calendar signage policies Retail Pricing Strategies 6 6 6

10

6

Assignment I Assignment II

15 15

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. Title of books Gerald “Retailing” Concepts and Cases in Retail Merchandise Management Retail Management Author Diamond, Jay & Pintel Rabolt, Nancy J Berman, Barry

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Subject Export and Import Management Theory OBJECTIVES: 4

Credits 64

Total hours 30 70 Term Work 100

Marks

Theory Paper

Total

• To understand the meaning, scope and application of apparel related export management. • To develop an ability to decide export pricing, export finance, export marketing, shipment procedure and export promotions. CONTENT: Block 1 Topic/Content Analysis Introduction to international trade. • The emerging global scenario • The business of international trade • Trade barriers • Foreign exchange • The euro dollar market • WTO • Trade liberalization International marketing • Introduction • International marketing channels • Market selection and market profiling • Product strategies • Promotion strategies • Export pricing • Export finance Period Hours 20

2.

20

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• Export risk insurance • Export packaging and labeling • Quality control and per shipment inspection 3. Foreign trade • Foreign trade control and Exim policy • Export promotions • Export procedures and documents • Major problem of India’s export sector 20

Assignment I Assignment II

15 15

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2 Title of books International trade and Export management – Himalaya Publication, Mumbai (1998) Exim Policy input Output norms – Duty exemption Scheme 2002-2007, Centax publication pvt. Ltd. New Delhi(April 2003 Fourth Edition.) Promotion in the Merchandising environment Author Francis Cherunilam R.K. Jain.

3

Kristen K, Swanson, Judith C Everett- Fairchild Publication.

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Subject Range Development Practical 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

OBJECTIVES: 1. To understand the requirement of domestic brands through research 2. To develop a range suitable to the selected domestic brand.

Block

Topic/Content Analysis

1.

2.

3.

Selection of themes for the collection • Market Research • Development of mood boards • Roughs • Work on Textures Collect swatches & Trimmings Experimenting and creating a storyboard • The final sketches • Fabric swatches • Trimmings • Ornamentation • Textures Making of toils (muslin pattern) for the selected collection.

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4. -Presentation & Feedbacks -Co-ordinate accessories -Final collection -Client Presentation using CAD.

5.

REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. Title of books Concept to Consumer Sewing for Apparel Industry Subject 2 Author Fringes Clair Shaeffer Total hours 64 25

Credits

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

CAD-II Practical

Block

Topic/Content Analysis

1.

CAD apparel 1. Pattern drafting 2. Lay out planning (marker making) 3. Grading 4. Digitizing

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Subject Design Collection Practical OBJECTIVES: 1. Block 2

Credits 64 25

Total hours 25 50 Term Work

Marks

TP/Pr.

Total

To teach students about the conceptualization of design and to construct a collection Topic/Content Analysis Period Hours 11

1

Selection of three themes for the collection Development of storyboard, client’s board, presentation sheet, specs sheet and cost sheet for the same. Selection of one theme for the execution of the collection (Selection by internal Mentors) Making of toils (muslin pattern) for the selected collection. - Execution of collection. Presentation of collection through a show.

2. 3. 4. 5.

10 10 30 4

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Subject Portfolio Development Practical OBJECTIVES 2

Credits 64

Total hours 25

Marks 25 Term Work 50 TP/Pr. Total

To enable students develop a comprehensive portfolio showcasing their professional competencies and skills

Block

Topic/Content Analysis

Period Hours 44

1.

The portfolio can be combination of one or more than one of the following: a) Mass production (exports) – for kids, ladies and men b) Mass production (domestic) for kids, ladies and men c) High fashion garments Winter collection for d) Mass production (exports) for kids, ladies, men e) Mass production(domestic) for kids, ladies and men f) High fashion garments Lectures by imminent personalities on portfolio 20

2.

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REFERENCE BOOKS Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Title of books Portfolio Presentation for Fashion Designer Encyclopedia of Fashion Details The Fashion Guide The snap fashion sketch book Creative Fashion Presentations Author Linda Tain Petrick John Ireland Haurent Hartung Sharol Lee Late Polly Guerin

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