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Skill Development based on Modular Employable Skills (MES)


Background

The need for giving emphasis on the Skill Development, especially for the less
educated, poor and out of school youth has been highlighted in various forums. The
skill level and educational attainment of the work force determines the productivity,
income levels as well as the adaptability of the working class in changing environment.
Large percentage of population in India is living below poverty line. One of the
important causes is lower percentage of skilled persons in the workforce

The skill development at present is taking place mostly in the informal way, i.e.
persons acquire skill at the work-place when they help their parents, relatives and
employers etc. Such persons do not have a formal certificate and thus earn lower
wages and are exploited by employers. They have come through informal system due
to socio-economic circumstances of the family and the compulsions of earning a
livelihood rather than attending a formal course. While their productivity is low, their
contribution to the national GDP cannot be ignored. If the country can create a system
of certification which not only recognizes their skills but also provides education and
training in a mode that suits their economic compulsions, it will not only benefit the
workforce to earn a decent living but also contribute to the national economy by better
productivity of this workforce.

Another related problem to be tackled is large number of students drop outs
(About 63% of the school students drop out at different stages before reaching Class-
X).


Frame work for Skill Development based on ‘Modular Employable Skills (MES)’

Very few opportunities for skill development are available for the above referred
groups (out of school youth & existing workers especially in the informal sector). Most
of the existing Skill Development programmes are long term in nature. Poor and less
educated persons can not afford long term training programmes due to higher entry
qualifications, opportunity cost etc. Therefore, a new frame work for Skill Development
for the Informal Sector has been evolved by the DGET to address to the above
mentioned problems. The key features of the new frame work for skill
development are:

 Demand driven Short term training courses based on modular employable skills
decided in consultation with Industry
 Flexible delivery mechanism (part time, weekends, full time)
 Different levels of programmes (Foundation level as well as skill upgradation) to
meet demands of various target groups
 Central Government will facilitate and promote training while Vocational Training
(VT) Providers under the Govt. and Private Sector will provide training
 Optimum utilisation of existing infrastructure to make training cost effective.
 Testing of skills of trainees by independent assessing bodies who would not be
involved in conduct of the training programme, to ensure that it is done
impartially.
 Testing & certification of prior learning (skills of persons acquired informally)



The Short Term courses would be based on „Modular Employable Skills (MES)‟.
The concept for the MES is :
 Identification of „minimum skills set‟ which is sufficient to get an employment in the
labour market.
 It allows skills upgradation, multiskilling, multi entry and exit, vertical mobility and
life long learning opportunities in a flexible manner.
 It also allows recognition of prior learning (certification of skills acquired informally)
effectively.
 The modules in a sector when grouped together could lead to a qualification
equivalent to National Trade Certificate or higher.
 Courses could be available from level 1 to level 3 in different vocations depending
upon the need of the employer organisations.
 MES would benefit different target groups like :
o Workers seeking certification of their skills acquired informally
o workers seeking skill upgradation
o early school drop-outs and unemployed
o previously child labour and their familly

Age of participants

The minimum age limit for persons to take part in the scheme is 14 years but
there is no upper age limit.

Curriculum Development Process

Following procedure is used for developing course curricula

• Identification of Employable Skills set in a sector based on division of work in the
labour market.
• Development of training modules corresponding to skills set identified so as to
provide training for specific & fit for purpose
• Organization of modules in to a Course Matrix indicating vertical and horizontal
mobility. The course matrix depicts pictorially relation among various modules, pre
requisites for higher level modules and how one can progress from one level to
another.
• Development of detailed curriculum and vetting by a trade committee and by the
NCVT

(Close involvement of Employers Organizations, State Governments, experts,
vocational training providers and other stake holders is ensured at each stages).

Development of Core Competencies
Possession of proper attitudes is one of the most important attribute of a competent
person. Without proper attitudes, the performance of a person gets adversely affected.
Hence, systematic efforts will be made to develop attitudes during the training
programme.


The trainees deal with men, materials and machines. They handle sophisticated tools
and instruments. Positive attitudes have to be developed in the trainees by properly
guiding them and setting up examples of good attitudes by demonstrated behaviors
and by the environment provided during training.

Some important core competencies to be developed are:

1. Safety consciousness and safe working practices
2. Care of equipment and tools
3. Punctuality, discipline and honesty
4. Concern for quality
5. Respect for rules and regulations
6. Concern for health and hygiene
7. Cordial relationship and Cooperation with co-workers and team Work
8. Positive attitude and behavior
9. Responsibility and accountability
10. Learn continously
11. Communication Skills
12. Concern for environment and waste disposal
Following competencies should also be developed during level-II and higher
courses:
1. Ability for planning, organizing and coordinating
2. Creative thinking, problem solving and decision making
3. Leadership
4. Ability to bear stress
5. Negotiation
Duration of the Programmes

Time taken to gain the qualification will vary according to the pathway taken and will be
kept very flexible for persons with different backgrounds and experience. Duration has
been prescribed in hours in the curriculum of individual module, which are based on the
content and requirements of a MES Module. However, some persons may take more
time than the prescribed time. They should be provided reasonable time to complete
the course.
Pathways to acquire Qualification:

Access to the qualification could be through:

 An approved training programme; Or
 A combination of an approved training programme plus recognition of prior
learning including credit transfer; Or
 The recognition of prior learning that provides evidence of the
achievement of the competencies for the qualification.

Methodology
The training methods to be used should be appropriate to the development of
competencies. The focus of the programme is on “performing” and not on “Knowing”.
Lecturing will be restricted to the minimum necessary and emphasis to be given for
„hands on training‟.

The training methods will be individual centered to make each person a competent
one. Opportunities for individual work will be provided. The learning process will be
continuously monitored and feedback will be provided on individual basis.

Demonstrations using different models, audio visual aids and equipment will be used
intensively.

Instructional Media Packages

In order to maintain quality of training uniformly all over the country, instructional media
packages (IMPs) will be developed by the National Instructional Media Institute (NIMI),
Chennai.

Assessment

DGE&T will appoint assessing bodies to assess the competencies of the trained
persons. The assessing body will be an independent agency, which will not be
involved in conducting the training programmes. This, in turn, will ensure quality of
training and credibility of the scheme. Keeping in view the target of providing
training/testing of one million persons through out the country and to avoid monopoly,
more than one assessing bodies will be appointed for a sector or an area.

Certificate
Successful persons will be awarded certificates issued by National Council for
Vocational Training (NCVT).






COURSE MATRIX











































FAD 101
Assistant
Fashion Sales
Representative
FAD 102
Assistant Show
room Sales
Representative
FAD 203
Assistant
Fashion
Merchandiser
FAD 204
Show room
Sales Executive
FAD 305
CAD Illustrator
- Fashion
Designing
Grade 1
FAD 306
Apparel
Ornamentalist
Grade 1
FAD 307
Fashion
Designer
Grade 1
FAD 308
Batik Printing
Specialist
Grade 1
FAD 309
Tie and Dye
Specialist
Grade 1
FAD 310
Block
Printing
Specialist
Grade 1
FAD 311
Fashion
Entrepreneur
FAD 312
Formal wear
Designer
Grade 1
FAD 313
Casual wear
Designer
Grade 2
FAD 314
Gown
Designer -
Grade 1
FAD 315
Ethnic Wear
Designer -
Grade 1
FAD 316
Theatre
Costume
Designer -
Grade 1
FAD 317
Summer and
Winter wear
Designer
FAD 318
Beach Wear
Designer
FAD 319
Fashion
Accessories
Designer
FAD 320
Fashion Sales
Representative
FAD 321
Textile
Designer
Fashion Designing


Fashion Design

LEVEL – 1

1. Module Name: Assistant Fashion Sales Representative.
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 101
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7
th
standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate
would able to work as an Assistant to Sales
Representative in improving the sales.
6. Duration: 400 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the instructions
by Sales representative.
 Familiarization of the present
Fashion Trends, Market and
Sales.
 Familiarization of customer
requirements and displaying
the garments as guided by the
sales representative.
 Ability to interact with
Customer, showing the
varieties, and explain the
differences between Garments.

 Fashion Marketing.
 Role of Fashion. Knowledge of
trend / Fabrics. Marketing/Sales
Techniques.
 Knowledge of Fashion
Cycle/Seasons.
 Behaviour aspects. Self Confidence.
 Stability.
 Common Customer problems and
their remedies.
 Wholesale & Retail.
 Study of Locality.
 Product details.
 Good Communication Skills.
 Convincing Ability.

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20 sets
Show room 1

LEVEL – 1

1. Module Name: Assistant Showroom Sales Representative.
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 102
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7
th
standard and 14 years of age.
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would
able to work as an assistant in Showroom and
help improving sales.
6. Duration: 400 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Familiarization of the present
Fashion Trends and customer
trends, Market/Sales.
 Understanding the show room
requirements, like stocks, non-
moving items, new arrivals
and indents, and trying to
pursue the customer to
purchase the non-moving
items.
 Showroom house keeping and
maintenance.
 Folding the garments after
showing to the customers and
Repacking.
 Arranging the Shelves as and
when the garments are taken
out and kept back.


 Fashion Marketing.
 Role of Fashion.
 Knowledge of trend/Fabrics.
 Knowledge of Fashion
Cycle/Seasons.
 Behaviour aspects. Stability.
 Marketing/Sales Techniques.
 Different garment folding.
 Repacking
 Showroom maintenance.
 Mannequin‟s decoration.
 Common Customer problems and
their remedies.
 Retail Marketing.
 Study of Locality.
 Product details.
 Self Confidence.
 Good Communication Skills.
 Convincing Ability.

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20 sets
Mannequins of different types and
sizes like Man, Woman, Boy, Girl,
infants etc
1 set
Show case for display of mannequins As needed
Garments of different styles and sizes As needed

Fashion Design
LEVEL – 2

1. Module Name: Assistant Fashion Merchandiser
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 203
4. Entry Qualification: 12
th
std or JOC Textiles

5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate would
be able to work as Fashion Merchandiser and bring
good viable orders to the company.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding customer‟s
functional and cultural
requirements by market survey
and studying
 Visiting Garment Industries
and understanding the
capabilities.
 Taking Projects on Fashion
Clothing & Accessories.
 Sourcing the materials as
required for developing the
style.
 Designing as per the project
finding and getting the
approval from customer.
 Modifying the design as per
feed back.
 Interacting with the Production
planning and production
personnel for getting the
materials done as needed.
 Profile of Garment Factory.
 Garment construction, Batch setting
of different garment.
 Sources of Fabrics, trims, threads
and other accessories.
 Merchandising.
 Fashion Merchandising
 Costing
 Documentation
 Lead times in sourcing
 Quality requirements
 Fashions and Clothing Categories.
 Costing of Different garments


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20
Show room with samples and
mannequins
1
Tech-packs and sample folders 20

LEVEL- 2

1. Module Name: Show room sales executive
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 204
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum10
th
standard and 16 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would be
able to interact with the customers, understand their
requirements, offer the materials suitable for
customer and get orders
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the customers
liking and offering goods to
match their tastes.
 Interacting with customers and
understanding their changing
needs.
 Understanding the prevailing
market trends, the market
positions for different
fashions.
 Familiarization of customer
requirements.


 Role of Fashion their trends.
 Knowledge of Fashion
Cycle/Seasons.
 Behaviour aspects and Stability.
 Common Customer problems and
their remedies.
 Sales & Marketing management,
wholesale & Retail.
 Study of Locality and Product
details. Ability of Customer
Interaction.
 Self Confidence.
 Good Communication Skills.
 Convincing Ability.
 Marketing/Sales Techniques.

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Pen 20
Pencil 20
Eraser 20
Ruler 20
White A4 Sheets 40 sheets x 20




Fashion Design

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: CAD Illustrator - Fashion Designing.
Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 305
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum10
th
Std + Computer Knowledge
and 16 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate
would be able to design creatively new
styles using CAD systems, getting best
match of patterns to have high marker
efficiency.
6. Duration: 400 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the garment
requirements, the panel types,
size and patterns, stitching
margins and designing the
panels on computer.
 To adjust the panels to get the
maximum marker efficiency.
 Taking adequate safety
precautions and using of tools
and equipments in safe
manner.

 Computer Aided Designing.
 Introduction to CAD systems,
garment basics,
 Discipline at work
 Communications
 First aid and fire fighting
 Familiarization with tools and
equipments. Usage of tools and
equipments.
 Basic Drawing.
 Fashion Figure.


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Pen, Pencil, Eraser, Ruler, White A4
Sheets
20 sets
Computer with colour printer 20
Corel Draw and fashion studio
Software
20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Apparel Ornamentalist Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 306
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7
th
standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would
able to work as Fashion designer using the
ornaments and ornamentation techniques.
6. Duration: 400 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Use of tools and equipments in
safe manner.
 Practicing Basic Embroidery
Stitches, Composite stitches.
 Use of beads and sequins
 Painting Strokes round brush
strokes, Flat brush strokes
 Development of Motives.

 Apparel Art
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Embroidery and Basic
stitches.
 Study of painting Techniques.
 Study of Regional Embroidery.
 Design development.


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 200 pgs, Pencil, Eraser,
Ruler, Sharpener, Pen
20 sets
Hand Needle Assorted 20 Sets
White Carbon 20
Fabric Painting 20 set
White Cotton Fabric 4 Mts x 20
Flat & Round Brush
(00,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,8)
20 Set
Embroidery Ring 20
Palate 20
Embroidery Threads Depending on Usage
Tracing Sheet 20
Sequins, Beads and other ornamental
items
As needed

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Fashion Designer - Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 307
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard + GAR 212/ 213/ 214/
215 and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate
would able to work as Fashion designer
independently to satisfy the buyers.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the changing trends
in fashions, and predicting the
future.
 Discussing with the customers and
the production personnel on
developments possible.
 Designing new styles and working
out the costs and advantages.
 Working as team member with
production, quality and
merchandising and developing the
designs
 Preparing the basic drawings.
 Development of stick figures.
 Developing Fashion croquis.

 Fashion designing and illustration.
 Use of different Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Understanding and use of colours and
preparing drawings, sketches of both the
items to be prepared and the accessories.
 Fashion Cycle.
 History of Indian & western costume.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of designing.
 Fashion clothing & accessories.
 Familiarization with tools and
equipments

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees (each candidate requires the listed below).
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Sketching Book 150pgs A3,
Eraser, Sharpeners
20 sets
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft 0.5) 20
Steatdler Pencils (Luna 24 Colours) 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours (Crimson Red, Persian Blue,
Lemon Yellow, White and Black)
20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20
LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Batik Printing Specialist
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 308
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate
would able to work as designer using Batik
styles to the satisfaction of the customers.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Safety precautions (uses of
tools and equipments in safe
manner.)
 Familiarization with tools and
equipments.
 Usage of tools and
equipments.
 Fabric test. ( Burning test)
 Stain Removal.
 Printing Batik by applying
wax, removing the wax at the
places of designs.
 Introduction to Textiles.
 Classification of Textile.
 Fibre, Fabric and their properties.
 Types of Printing.
 Stain Removal.
 Preparation for Batik Printing
 Batik technique


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil, eraser 20each
Scale (6” & 12”) 1 (Each) (20)
Different types of fabric swatches 1 (Each) (20)
White Cotton Fabric 3 Mts x 20
Blocks (Single, Double & tri coloured) Various designs
Light colour cotton fabric. 1 Mtr x 20
Sponge sheet 20
Dye, wax, Chemicals As needed
Thread 20 roles
Gloves 20 pairs
Container ( Plastic, Glass, metal) 10
Cups 3 x 20
Painting Brush (2 no) 20
Printing table with bedding 20
Cloth holding frame 20
Wooden stirrer 20
Water bath 20

LEVEL –3

1. Module Name: Tie and Dye Specialist
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 309
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate
would able to work as designer with skill of tie-
and-dye and satisfy the customers.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Practicing use of tools and
equipments in safe manner.
 Fabric test. ( Burning test)
 Stain Removal.
 Techniques followed for Tie
and Dye – Resist Printing,
 Dyeing with Tie and Dye
method
 Introduction to Textiles.
 Classification of Textile.
 Fibre, Fabric and their properties.
 Different types of dyes and their
affinity to different fibres
 Types of Printing.
 Stain Removal.
 Preparation for Tie and Dye
 Tie and Dye


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil, Eraser 20 each
Scale (6” & 12”) 1 (Each) (20)
Different types of fabric swatches 1 (Each) (20)
White Cotton Fabric 3 Mtr x 20
Blocks (Single, Double & tri coloured) Various designs
Light colour cotton fabric. 1 Mtr x 20
Stove 1 set
Dye, wax, Chemicals Vary
Thread 20 roles
Gloves 20 pairs
Container ( Plastic, Glass, metal) 10
Big container 4
Painting Brush (2 no) 20
Printing table with Bedding 20
Cloth holding frame 20
Wooden stirrer 20
Water bath 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Block Printer
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 310
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate
would be able to work as a designer using Block
Printing techniques to the satisfaction of
customer.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the trends in
the block printing.
 Interacting with the block
makers and getting the
required blocks.
 Preparing the fabrics for
printing, printing them and
showing the same to marketing
persons and getting their
approval.
 Safety precautions (uses of
tools and equipments in safe
manner.)
 Fabric test. ( Burning test)
 Stain Removal.
 Introduction to Textiles.
 Classification of Textile.
 Fibre, Fabric and their properties.
 Different types of dyes and their
affinity to different fibres
 Types of Printing.
 Preparation for Block Printing
 Stain Removal.
 Block Printing
 Familiarization with tools and
equipments.
 Usage of tools and equipments.



Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs., Pen, Pencil, Eraser 20 Each
Scale (6” & 12”) 1 (Each) (20)
Different types of fabric swatches 1 (Each) (20)
White Cotton Fabric 3 Mts x 20
Blocks (Single, Double & tri coloured) Various designs
Light colour cotton fabric. 1 Mtr x 20
Sponge sheet 20
Dye, Chemicals Vary
Thread 20 roles
Gloves 20 pairs
Container ( Plastic, Glass, metal) 6
Big Plate 20
Painting Brush (2 no) 20
Printing table with Bedding 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Fashion Entrepreneur
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 311
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard + FAD307 and 14 years
of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would
able to work as Fashion designer, Fashion
Merchandiser, Visual Merchandiser, Fashion
journalist, and still also can run their own
entrepreneur.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:

Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the customer
needs and designing the
garments, stitching and
finishing and offering to
customers as per the need of
individuals
 Making floor plans for show
room.
 Visiting different enterprises
and educating self.
 Preparing Project on
Entrepreneurship.
 Preparing Project on Fashion
Clothing & Accessories
 Implementing a Mock project.


 Profile of Entrepreneur.
 Garment construction.
 Sources of Fabrics, trims and other
accessories.
 Fashions and Clothing Categories.
 Entrepreneurship
 Fundamentals of Boutique
Management

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20 sets
Show room with samples, hangers,
show cases, mannequins,
1
LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Formal wear designer Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 312
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + GAR 215 and 14 years
of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would able
to work as Fashion designer for casual and formal
wear
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the
requirements of customers for
casual and formal wear.
 Following safety precautions
and using tools and
equipments in safe manner.
 Making markings as per the
measurements taken and
cutting the cloth with least
wastes.
 Development of stick figures.
 Fashion croquis.
 Flat sketching.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steindler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser 20
Sharpener 20
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20


LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Casual wear designer Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 313
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + FAD 307 and 14 years
of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would able
to work as Fashion designer for casual and formal
wear
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the
requirements of customers for
casual and formal wear.
 Following safety precautions
and using tools and
equipments in safe manner.
 Making markings as per the
measurements taken and
cutting the cloth with least
wastes.
 Development of stick figures.
 Fashion croquis.
 Flat sketching.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steindler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser 20
Sharpener 20
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Gown designer - Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 314
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + GAR 213 and 14
years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would
able to work as Fashion Gown designer to the
satisfaction of customers.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the customer
requirements and the purpose
of the gown.
 Designing a gown to suit the
needs of the customer and
getting approval.
 Stitching a gown and giving to
customer and taking feed back.
 Following safety precautions
by using tools and equipments
in safe manner.
 Development of stick figures,
Fashion croquis and Flat
sketching.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Usage of tools and equipments.
 Fashion Designing and Illustration

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steadler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser, Sharpener 20 set
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Ethnic wear designer – Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 315
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + FAD 307 and 14
years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, candidate would
able to design Ethnic Wear and work as a
Fashion designer.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Studying the culture of the
customer and understanding the
ethnic dress for various occasions.
 Designing the garments for the
occasion and getting approval
from the customer.
 Taking correct measurements,
marking and cutting, and stitching
the garments.
 Adhering to safety norms while
working and using tools and
equipments in safe manner.
 Development of stick figures,
Fashion croquis and flat
sketching.
 Culture and the Ethnic Dress
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and
Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steadler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser and Sharpener 20 sets
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Theatre Costume designer – Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design:
3. Code: FAD 316
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + FAD 307 and 14 years
of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate would
able to design costumes for theatres to suit different
roles and as per the specific need of a role.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the role being
played in the theatre and the
dress requirement to suit the
role.
 Development of stick figures,
Fashion croquis and flat
sketching and getting approval
from the customer.
 Selecting the cloth, taking
measurements, cutting the
panels and stitching the
costume.
 Following safety norms and
using tools and equipments in
safe manner.

 Costumes at different periods and
cultures.
 Significance of costume in a role at
theatre.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steindler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser and Sharpener 20 sets
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20
LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Summer and Winter wear designer – Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 317
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + FAD 307 and 14 years
of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would
able to work as Fashion designer with specific
understanding of the requirements season-wise.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Studying the trends of designs in
different seasons and preparing
projections in advance of a season.
 Discussing with the customers and
understanding their changed
requirements.
 Designing the seasonal wears,
developing of stick figures, fashion
croquis and flat sketches, and
getting approval from the customer.
 Preparing sample garments and
getting approval.
 Informing the production units on
the samples approved.
 Adhering to safety norms and using
tools and equipments in safe
manner.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and
Illustration

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steindler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser and Sharpener 20 sets
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table and stools 20 sets
LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Beach wear designer – Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 318
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 10th Standard + GAR 212 +GAR 213 +
GAR 214 and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would able to
work as Beach wear designer for specific customers.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the culture and
the requirements of the
customers for their beachwear.
 Preparing stick figures and flat
sketches and getting approval
from the customer.
 Preparing sample garments
and checking the fittings on
mannequins and getting
approval from the customers.
 Following safety norms by
using tools and equipments in
safe manner.
 Beach wears requirements.
 Influence of culture on beach wear.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Fashion Designing and Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steadler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser and Sharpener 20 sets
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20

LEVEL – 3

1. Module Name: Fashion Accessories designer
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 319
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum 7th Standard and 14 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training, the candidate
would able to work as Fashion Accessories
designer, for different tastes of customers for
different uses.
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:

Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the taste of
customers and their liking for
different accessories in a
garment.
 Designing sketches and getting
approval from the customer
like the Basic shapes, foot
wear sketches, hand bag
sketches, head gears sketches,
jewellery sketches etc.
 Sourcing the accessory
manufacturers to get the
required accessories.
 Role of accessories for different end
uses of garments.
 Tools and Equipments.
 Study of Human Anatomy.
 Eight Head Theory.
 Colours.
 Fabric Selection.
 Principles of Designing
 Study of Fashion Accessories
 Fashion Designing and Illustration


Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Sketching Book 150pgs A3 20
Pencils (HB,B,2B,5B,6B) 1 box Each(20)
Micro Tip Pencil (Soft .05) 20
Steindler 20 box
Ruler (6‟‟ & 12‟‟) 1 each (20)
Eraser 20
Sharpener 20
Glitter Pen 20 set
Fabric Colours 20 Set
Pen Blue & Black (20)
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Compass 20
Old X-ray Sheet 20
Sketching Table 20
Stools 20

LEVEL- 3

1. Module Name: Fashion Sales Representative.
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 320
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum10
th
standard and 16 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would be
able to interact with the customers, understand their
requirements, offer the materials suitable for
customer and get orders
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the customers
liking and offering goods to
match their tastes.
 Interacting with customers and
understanding their changing
needs.
 Understanding the prevailing
market trends, the market
positions for different
fashions.
 Familiarization of customer
requirements.


 Role of Fashion their trends.
 Knowledge of Fashion
Cycle/Seasons.
 Behaviour aspects and Stability.
 Common Customer problems and
their remedies.
 Sales & Marketing management,
wholesale & Retail.
 Study of Locality and Product
details. Ability of Customer
Interaction.
 Self Confidence.
 Good Communication Skills.
 Convincing Ability.
 Marketing/Sales Techniques.

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs 20
Pen 20
Pencil 20
Eraser 20
Ruler 20
White A4 Sheets 40 sheets x 20





LEVEL- 3

1. Module Name: Textile Designer – Grade 1
2. Sector: Fashion Design
3. Code: FAD 321
4. Entry Qualification: Minimum10
th
standard and 16 years of age
5. Terminal Competency: After completing the training candidate would be
able to interact with the customers, understand their
requirements, and design various textile materials
6. Duration: 500 hours.
7. Course Contents:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Understanding the customers
liking and designing goods to
match their tastes.
 Interacting with customers and
understanding their changing
needs.
 Understanding the prevailing
market trends, the market
positions for different
fashions.

 Textiles and their functional
properties.
 Designing textiles for various
functions
 Apparels for non-garment
accessories like school bags, Caps,
 Common Customer problems and
their remedies.
 Self Confidence.
 Good Communication Skills.
 Convincing Ability.

Tools and equipment for batch of 20 trainees
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20 sets
Different types of fabric swatches 1 (Each) (20)
White Cotton Fabric 3 Mtr x 20
Blocks (Single, Double & tri
coloured)
Various designs
Light colour cotton fabric. 1 Mtr x 20
Stove 1 set
Dye, wax, Chemicals Vary
Thread 20 roles
Gloves 20 pairs
Container ( Plastic, Glass, metal) 10
Big container 4
Painting Brush (2 no) 20
Printing table with Bedding 20
Cloth holding frame 20
Weighing Machine 5
Wooden stirrer 20
Water bath 20

Appendix – 3
Sectorial Committee Members
Sl.
No
Name Address Contact details
1 Mr. K. J. Amalan
Chairman
Director, Apex Hi-Tech Institute, Bangalore
and Regional Director D.G.E.T, Ministry of
Labour and Employment, Karnataka,
Andhra Pradesh and Orissa.
[email protected]
080-23378335
+(91) 0 9880361079
2 Mr. L. Nagarajamurthy
Advisor
Former Director of Vocational Education,
Government of Karnataka
[email protected]
+(91) 0 9448633189
3 Mr. K. S. Malagi
Vice Chairman
Executive Director –
„Harita Consultancy Services‟ –
“Padmashri” #647/D,
Hampi Nagar,
Bangalore 560104
[email protected]
080-2330013
9900362265
4 Varaghaswamy
Coordinator
COO-M/s. Pridarshini Filaments Pvt Ltd,
#16, 4
th
Main, 4
th
Cross,
Rajajinagar Industrial Town,
West of Chord Road,
Bangalore 560010
[email protected]
080-25244429
+(91) 0 9880025371
Members
5 Mr. G. N. Venkatesh
Babu
CEO and Director
Shahi Exports Pvt Ltd
37/1B. Arekere,
Bannerghatta Road
Bangalore 560076
[email protected]
9845047705
6 Dr. Darlie Koshy Director General and CEO.IAM and ATDC.
Apparel Export Promotion Council,
Apparel House,
Sector 44, Institutional Area,
Gurgaon 122003, Haryana
[email protected]
[email protected]
0124-2708012/13
7 Prof. Dr. B. K. Behera Professor, Dept of Textile Technology
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi
Hauz Khas,
New Delhi – 110016
[email protected]
(011) 26562403, 25691414
8 Prof. Dr. Ajit K. Khare Professor and Chair Person
Dept of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Design
CA Site No 21, Sector 1, 27
th
Main,
HSR Layout,
Bangalore 560034
[email protected]
080-25632550-55
9448993612
9 Ms. Daljit Kaur Regional Academic Coordinator (South)
and Principal,
Apparel Training and Design Centre
No17-, 40
th
Main, 2
nd
stage,
Industrial Suburb, Yeshwanthpur,
Bangalore 560022
[email protected]
9964152340
080-23572181, 23373221,
22731044
10 Mr. Ismail Budandi CEO, AIBA-TEX
Marketing and Consultancy Services
#266-D/5B, Ward No 2,
Mehrauli.
New Delhi 110030
[email protected]
+(91) 0 9891268114
11 Mr. Badarinarayana Director - Multi Group
#19. Muneshwara Nagara,
Hosakerehalli Kerekodi,
Hosakerehalli
Bangalore 560085
[email protected]
9902250315
9341473549

12 Mr. B. Purushothama Consultant – QMS and Textiles
B-17, Jayanthi Apartments,
13
th
cross, 4
th
Main, Malleswaram,
Bangalore 560003
[email protected]
+(91) 0 9448864028
080-23461512
13 Mr. Ganesh Daptardar H. No. 3782, 2
nd
Main, 12
th
Cross, [email protected]
Gayathri Nagar,
Behind Balaji Samudaya Bhavan,
Bangalore 560021
+(91) 0 9008989189
14 Ms. Shruthi Keerthi V. N #16, Likitha, Muniswamappa Garden,
Chunchugatta Main Road,
Konankunte, Bangalore 560062
[email protected]
[email protected]
+(91) 0 9900438444










Course Curricula for Short Term Courses

Based on

Modular Employable Skills (MES)

Under

National Council for vocational Training

In

Fashion Design Sector

Skill Development Courses based on Modular Employable Skills for
Fashion & Garment Sectors (MES)

Background & Context

 The need for giving emphasis on the Skill Development focused on
“Employability” especially for the school dropouts, less educated and out of
school youth has been highlighted in various fora.

 The skill level and educational attainment of the work force determines the
productivity, income levels as well as the adaptability of the work force to
rapidly changing environments.

 The Textile & Apparel value chain provides the largest employment
opportunities to over 5cr.of people especially rural youth. Out of 45-50 million
people who are indirectly involved in the twin sectors, 12 million people
directly work in Apparel sector and it is estimated between 2006 to 2013,

 Statistical projections estimate that by 2022, additional 9-10 million people
would be required for engagement in apparel sector out of which 8 to 8.5
million will be at the entry level shop floor workforce with requirements of skill
levels 01 to 03.

 There is an immense untapped potential for growth in the garment sector both
in export and domestic sectors.

 In order to achieve quality and robust growth in the sector, trained and
industry ready work force are required and for the purpose and to meet the
demand of skilled manpower there is a need of restructuring Course
Curricula.

 The focus on fine balance between the theoretical & practical skill training
inputs as well as changing Industry requirements have been kept in mind
while developing the course curricula, structure and pedagogy.

Highlights of Modular Employable Skills for Fashion & Garment Sectors
(MES)

 The Committee constituted by DGET consisted of distinguished members of
Academia from Institutions and eminent members including leading Designers
from the Apparel & Fashion Industries.

 Identification of Employable Skills set in a sector based on division of work in
the labour market.

 Development of training modules corresponding to skills set identified so as to
provide training for specific job profile.
 Organization of modules in to a Course Matrix indicating vertical and
horizontal mobility.

 Development of detailed curricula and vetting by a Trade Committee and by
the NCVT

Key features of the new Courses for skill development in Garment
& Fashion Sector

 Demand driven Short term training courses based on Modular Employable
Skills (MES) developed in consultation with the stakeholders especially the
apparel Industry.

 Different levels of programmes (foundation level as well as skill upgradation)
to meet demands of different target groups and Industry specific
requirements.

 Flexible delivery mechanism (full time, part-time, staggered timings)

 The new curricula allow skills upgradation, multiskilling, multi-entry and exit,
lateral/vertical mobility and lifelong learning opportunities in a flexible manner
with certification at every level.

 It also allows recognition of prior learning (certification of skills acquired
informally) effectively.

 The modules in a sector when grouped together can be pursued to lead to
qualification equivalent to National Trade Certificate or higher levels.

 Courses could be available from level 1 to level 5 depending upon the
employability criteria.

 These courses would benefit different target groups like :

 Early school drop-outs and unemployed youth & women etc.

 Workers seeking skill up gradation

 Workers seeking certification of their skills acquired informally

Development of Core Competencies & Skill Sets

Every employer looks for certain knowledge & skill sets with right attitude & soft skills
hence, systematic efforts will be made to offer soft skill modules to trainees in
addition to domain specific knowledge.

Some important core competencies & Skill sets to be developed are:

 Domain Expertise:
 Responsibility and accountability
 Punctuality.
 Respect for rules and regulations
 Discipline and honesty.
 Cordial relationship and team Work
 Positive attitude and behavior
 Concern for quality
 Concern for health and hygiene
 Learnability

 Concern for environment


Selection Criteria (May include one or all of the following)

a) Color Blindness Test
b) Geometric Shape Peg Board Game ( for dexterity)
c) Needle and thread Test (For Eyesight)
d) Foot Sensitivity
e) Personal Interview & Counseling Session
f) Mental ability test

















Index
List of Courses in Fashion
Code
No.
Course Name Duration (Hrs) Qualification
Page
No.
901 Advance Fashion Design 1040 Cert. in (FAD-801) 9
801 Fashion Design Technology 1040 12th pass or equivalent 13
701 Software Application in Fashion Design 220 10th pass or equivalent 17
702 Software Application in Apparel Merchandising 220 12th pass or equivalent 19
601 Retail Sales Associates 520 10th pass 21




















FASHION DESIGN
NAME : Advance Fashion Design
SECTOR : Fashion Design
CODE : FAD - 901
ENTRY QUALIFICATION : Certificate in Fashion Design Technology (FAD 801)
TERMINAL COMPETENCY : After completion of the course the trained person would be a
technical designer, fashion coordinator or fashion merchandisers in apparel industry with necessary
skills and know how.
DURATION : 1040 hrs
CONTENT : The course will provide in-depth knowledge of fashion illustration, design ideas,
fabric study, pattern making, garment construction and fashion merchandising.
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Practice discipline, hygiene, safety and
effective communication
 Visit to a garment manufacturing unit
 Understanding elements and principles of
design
 Introduction to pencil shading and flat
sketching
 Nature drawing
 Using different colouring media
 Working on different colour schemes
 Developing a fashion figure
 Fashion figure stylization
 Working on a theme and development of
mood boards, colour story and swatch
boards
 Theme based illustration
 Visit to museums/ fashion shows &
apparel fair
 Design Studio
 Fashion accessory designing
 Design sheets layout
 Motif development and preparation of
samples of Traditional Indian embroidery
 Visit to various traditional centres for art
 Portfolio presentation
 Designing & illustrating lines for a fashion
show
 Practice of seams, samples and garment
components
 History of fashion
 Costumes in ancient civilization
 Costumes of the bygone era- Indian &
European
 Study of the basic aspects of a fashion
show
 Importance of work aids and machine
attachments
 Importance of quality and quality
control
 Introduction to pattern making tools
and equipment
 Understanding the concepts of
merchandising
 Role and responsibilities of
merchandiser
 Introduction to garment costing
 Export documentation- Inco and
payment terms
 Profile and organizational set up of a
garment industry
 Introduction to garment styles and
identification of components and parts
 Fundamentals of computer,
documentation using MS Word, MS
Excel
 Use of e-mail and internet
 Understanding of pattern making,
grading and marker making tools using
CAD software

TOOLS AND TRAINING EQUIPMENT FOR A BATCH OF 25 TRAINEES
S No. Description Quantity
1.
Digital contents for Communication Skills & Personality
Development

2.
Digital contents for Health & Hygiene

3.
Single Needle Lock Stitch Machine 25 nos.
4.
UBT Lock Stitch Machine 5 nos.
5.
Over Lock Machine 1 no.
6.
Button / Button Hole Machine 1 no.
 Practice of various exercises on Industrial
sewing machine using different work aids
and machine attachments
 Handling different types of fabrics
 Construction of complete garment: men’s
shirt, dress, trouser and T-shirt
 Identification of common fabrics and
flagging
 Sample preparation of dyeing and printing
methods
 Visit to textile/fabric sourcing hub
 Measurement checking as per spec sheets
 Pattern and drafting of basic blocks and
development of different styles of sleeves,
cuffs, shirts etc.
 Development of commercial patterns from
spec sheets/ tech packs
 Preparation of time and action plan
 Merchandising calendar
 Preparation of cost sheet
 Detailed garment analysis
 Practice on MS Word, Ms Excel
 Creating , editing and formatting
document and work sheets
 Creating email accounts, sending and
saving mails using search engines and
surfing web pages
 Practice of pattern making, grading and
marker making tools using CAD software
 Preparation of mini-marker and
development of commercial patterns using
digitizer and plotter
 Preparation of business plan
 Double entry book keeping
 Preparation of a project report
 Concepts of Entrepreneurship
 Opportunity scouting and idea
generation
 Principles of accounting
7.
Feed of the arm machine 1 no.
8.
Bobbin & Bobbin Case 25 nos.
9.
Scissor 10” 25 nos.
10.
Cutting Table 5 nos.
11.
Machine Attachments- Binder, Zipper Foot, Bottom Fold

12.
Pressing Table 2 nos.
13.
Steam Press 2 nos.
14.
Pick Glass 25 nos.
15.
Material for Fabric Dyeing & Printing 20mts each
16.
Table Loom 1 no.
17.
Swatch Library

18.
Mannequins (Male & Female) 1 each
19.
Pattern Tables 4 Nos.
20.
Dummy 10 nos.
21.
24” Scale 25 nos.
22.
French Curve 25 nos.
23.
L-Square Scale 25 nos.
24.
Hip Curve 25 nos.
25.
Measuring Tape 25 nos.
26.
Notcher 5 nos.
27.
Tracing Wheel 5 nos.
28.
Scissors (paper Cutting) 5 nos.
29.
Fabric 30 mtr each
30.
Interlining 2 mtrs each
31.
Cartridge sheets 200 each
32.
Steadlers (36 colour pencils) 1 each
33.
Poster colours (12 colours) 1 each
34.
Paint Brushes (assorted pack) 1 each
35.
Colour palette 1 each
36.
Dry Pastels 1 pack each
37.
Gateway sheets 40 sheets each
38.
Coal pencil 1 each
39.
Portfolio file 25 nos.
40.
Embroidery Threads (Assorted colours) 30 nos.
41.
Embroidery Frame 25 nos.
42.
Mirrors (for embroidery) 50 nos.
43.
Computer 13 Nos.
44.
Digitizer 1 no.
45.
Plotter 1 no.
46.
CAD Pattern Making Software 5 keys

Teaching and Technical Resources Requirements
S.
No.
(Designation) Qualifications Roles & Responsibilities
1 Lecturers

 Post Graduate in Textiles & Clothing or
subjects in Apparel OR NIFT/NID
Graduate.
 Should be having very clear high level of
skills in their subject.
 Should have good Communication Skills
 Preference would be given to those
knowing local language.

 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Dissemination of knowledge
through books publication etc.
 Monitoring and evaluation for
academic activities.
 Providing education for the benefit
of the community.
 Organizing field / Industry visits.
 Classroom and Laboratory
instructions.
2 Instructors

 Graduate in Textiles or Apparel related
subject OR at least 3 years Diploma in
related subject from recognized
institutes
 Should be capable of handling Sewing
Labs/ Computers and IT software.
 Should have demonstrations skills
 Should have good communications skills
in English, Hindi and any other Indian
local language.
 Keeping abreast of new knowledge
and skills.
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Self-development through upgrading
qualifications and experience.
 Student guidance and counseling.
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development.
 Classroom and laboratory
instructions.

 Works loads are based on number of hours of direct interaction with students and do not
include mentoring students, examinations evaluation work and self-study.
 The Faculty & Student ratio should be 1: 20.












FASHION DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
NAME : Fashion Design Technology
SECTOR : Fashion Design
CODE : FAD - 801
ENTRY QUALIFICATION : 12
th
pass or equivalent
TERMINAL COMPETENCY : To create technical designers, fashion coordinators, fashion stylists
or fashion merchandisers in apparel industry with necessary skills and know how.
DURATION : 1040 hrs
CONTENT : The course will provide in-depth knowledge of fashion illustration, styling, fabric
study, pattern making, garment construction and fashion merchandising.

Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Practice discipline, hygiene, safety and
effective communication
 Visit to a garment manufacturing unit
 Understanding elements and principles of
design
 Introduction to pencil shading and flat
sketching
 Nature drawing
 Using different colouring media
 Working on different colour schemes
 Developing a fashion figure
 Fashion figure stylization
 Working on a theme and development of
mood boards, colour story and swatch
boards
 Theme based illustration
 Visit to museums/fashion shows & apparel
shows
 Design sheets layout
 Motif development and preparation of
samples of Traditional Indian embroidery
 Practice of seams, samples and garment
components
 Basic communication skills and
building industrial vocabulary
 Understanding of work ethics,
importance of discipline, health and
hygiene
 Safety precautions in garment industry
 Introduction to fashion business and
fashion terminology
 Understanding fashion industry
 Familiarization with world renowned
fashion designers
 Introduction to fashion retail business
 Concept of design conceptualization &
development
 Importance of fashion planning and
fashion forecasting
 Concept of colour theory & colour
dimensions
 Concept of 2D & 3D forms
 Introduction to traditional Indian
Textiles & Embroideries
 Importance of flat sketch and fashion
illustration
 Practice of various exercises on Industrial
sewing machine using different work aids
and machine attachments
 Handling different types of fabrics
 Construction of complete garment: men’s
shirt, dress, trouser and T-shirt
 Identification of common fabrics and
flagging
 Sample preparation of dyeing and printing
methods
 Visit to textile/fabric sourcing hub
 Measurement checking as per spec sheets
 Pattern and drafting of basic blocks and
development of different styles of sleeves,
cuffs, shirts etc.
 Development of commercial patterns from
spec sheets/ tech packs
 Preparation of time and action plan
 Merchandising calendar
 Preparation of cost sheet
 Detailed garment analysis

 Introduction to seams and stitches
 Introduction to industrial sewing
machines
 Importance of work aids and machine
attachments
 Textile manufacturing process, Fabric
appreciation and sourcing
 Importance of quality and quality
control
 Introduction to pattern making tools
and equipment
 Knowledge of drafting of basic bodice
block, sleeve, shirt and trouser block
 Development of various styles of
collar, sleeves, shirts, cuffs, pockets
etc.
 Understanding the concepts of
merchandising
 Role and responsibilities of
merchandiser
 Introduction to garment costing
 Export documentation- Inco and
payment terms
 Profile and organizational set up of a
garment industry
 Introduction to garment styles and
identification of components and parts


TOOLS AND TRAINING EQUIPMENT FOR A BATCH OF 25 TRAINEES
S No. Description Quantity
1.
Digital contents for Communication Skills & Personality
Development

2.
Digital contents for Health & Hygiene

3.
Single Needle Lock Stitch Machine 25 nos.
4.
UBT Lock Stitch Machine 5 nos.
5.
Over Lock Machine 1 no.
6.
Button / Button Hole Machine 1 no.
7.
Feed of the arm machine 1 no.
8.
Bobbin & Bobbin Case 25 nos.
9.
Scissor 10” 25 nos.
10.
Cutting Table 5 nos.
11.
Machine Attachments- Binder, Zipper Foot, Bottom Fold

12.
Pressing Table 2 nos.
13.
Steam Press 2 nos.
14.
Pick Glass 25 nos.
15.
Material for Fabric Dyeing & Printing

16.
Table Loom 1 no.
17.
Swatch Library

18.
Mannequins (Male & Female) 1 each
19.
Pattern Tables 4 Nos.
20.
Dummy 10 nos.
21.
24” Scale 25 nos.
22.
French Curve 25 nos.
23.
L-Square Scale 25 nos.
24.
Hip Curve 25 nos.
25.
Measuring Tape 25 nos.
26.
Notcher 5 nos.
27.
Tracing Wheel 5 nos.
28.
Scissors (paper Cutting) 5 nos.
29.
Fabric 15 mtr each
30.
Interlining 2 mtrs each
31.
Cartridge sheets 100 each
32.
Steadlers (36 colour pencils) 1 each
33.
Poster colours (6 colours) 1 each
34.
Paint Brushes (assorted pack) 1 each
35.
Colour palette 1 each
36.
Dry Pastels 1 pack each
37.
Gateway sheets 10 sheets each
38.
Coal pencil 1 each
39.
Portfolio 25 nos.
40.
Embroidery Threads (Assorted colours) 30 nos.
41.
Embroidery Frame 25 nos.
42.
Mirrors (for embroidery) 50 nos.

1.
Teaching and Technical Resources Requirements
S.
No.
(Designation) Qualifications Roles & Responsibilities
1 Lecturers

 Post Graduate in Textiles & Clothing or
subjects in Apparel OR NIFT/NID
Graduate.
 Should be having very clear high level of
skills in their subject.
 Should have good Communication Skills
 Preference would be given to those
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Dissemination of knowledge
through books publication etc.
knowing local language.

 Monitoring and evaluation for
academic activities.
 Providing education for the benefit
of the community.
 Organizing field / Industry visits.
 Classroom and Laboratory
instructions.
2 Instructors

 Graduate in Textiles or Apparel related
subject OR at least 3 years Diploma in
related subject from recognized
institutes
 Should be capable of handling Sewing
Labs/ Computers and IT software.
 Should have demonstrations skills
 Should have good communications skills
in English, Hindi and any other Indian
local language.
 Keeping abreast of new knowledge
and skills.
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Self-development through upgrading
qualifications and experience.
 Student guidance and counseling.
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development.
 Classroom and laboratory
instructions.

 Works loads are based on number of hours of direct interaction with students and do not
include mentoring students, examinations evaluation work and self-study
 The Faculty & Student ratio should be 1: 20.




















SOFTWARE APPLICATION IN FASHION DESIGN
NAME : Software Application in Fashion Design
SECTOR : Fashion Design
CODE : FAD - 701
ENTRY QUALIFICATION : 10
th
Pass with skills in sketching & basic computer operation.
TERMINAL COMPETENCY : After completion of the course the candidate would be able to
work as a Fashion designer/ stylist and would be able to interpret design of fabrics & garment styles
using Reach Fashion Studio Software.
DURATION : 220 hrs
CONTENT : The programme covers fashion Illustration, 3-D product visualization, texture
mapping, color reduction & cleaning, design repeat, color ways, color communication and spec
creation of garment styles using fashion software.
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Practice Health & Safety – select, use,
maintain & store – tools, equipments &
clothing safely
 Practice of tools, layout, different
effects, bitmap, transformation, group
ungroup & order
 Practice of making croquis with different
style
 Practice of draping on croquis with
different dresses
 Practice of making accessories, Face,
Hairstyle, Rendering, Postures
 Practice of different effect on garments
 Practice of texture Mapping, texture
table, create woven material, set canvas,
edit Image
 Basic knowledge of Computer
 Knowledge of different tools of Corel
draw
 Knowledge of Illustration through coral
draw
 Knowledge of 3-D designing through
Reach Fashion Studio
 Knowledge of texture Mapping, color
reduction, design repeat, color
communication, Spec. creation







TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR A BATCH OF 15 TRAINEES
S No. Description Quantity
1 Computer 15 Nos.
2 Software ( Corel-Draw & Reach Fashion Studio)

3 Printer 1 No.



Teaching and Technical Resources Requirements
S.
No.
(Designation) Qualifications Roles & Responsibilities
1 Instructors

 Graduate in Textiles or Apparel related
subject OR at least 3 years Diploma in
related subject from recognized
institutes
 Should be capable of handling Sewing
Labs/ Computers and IT software.
 Should have demonstrations skills
 Should have good communications skills
in English, Hindi and any other Indian
local language.
 Keeping abreast of new knowledge
and skills.
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Self-development through upgrading
qualifications and experience.
 Student guidance and counseling.
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development.
 Classroom and laboratory
instructions.
2 Trainers

 10+2 & with at least 2 years Diploma in
related subject with special knowledge
in Garment or Textile Sector and
courses of Pattern master/Operator
Training/Quality checking etc.
 Should be able to train basically in core
courses.
 Should have good communication skills.
 Having knowledge of local knowledge.
 Classroom instructions and
laboratory instructions.
 Dissemination of knowledge
 Providing Technical Support.
 Keeping abreast of Technical Skills.


 Works loads are based on number of hours of direct interaction with students and do not
include mentoring students, examinations evaluation work and self-study.
 The Faculty & Student ratio should be 1: 20.








SOFTWARE APPLICATION IN APPAREL MERCHANDISING
NAME : Software Application in Apparel Merchandising
SECTOR : Fashion Design
CODE : FAD – 702
ENTRY QUALIFICATION : 12
th
pass with 1 year industry experience OR
Certificate in Fashion Designing/Garment Manufacturing
TERMINAL COMPETENCY : After completion the course the candidate would be able to work
as an Assistant Merchandiser or Fashion Merchandiser and would be able to plan & control the
process of garment making from sourcing of raw material till dispatch of the merchandise
DURATION : 220 hrs
CONTENT : The programme covers principles of merchandising, inventory management of
fabrics & accessories w.r.t. details of construction, costing, sourcing, data base of buyers’ styles,
planning, time & action schedule and follow-up of the same.
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)
 Practice Health & Safety – select, use,
maintain & store – tools, equipments &
clothing safely
 Practice of balance enquiry & vender
enquiry
 Practice of internal & external costing
and customer price & quotation
 Practice of order entry, critical path and
final inspection report
 Practice of payment terms, shipment
 Basic knowledge of Computer
 Knowledge of basic garments name &
parts
 Knowledge of seams &stitches
 Knowledge of garment analysis
 Knowledge of costing through CAD
 Knowledge of sample & inspection
report through CAD
 Knowledge of order process through
CAD
detail, fabric master & trim master
 Practice of supplier evaluation sheet,
company master, role department &
change password

 Knowledge of production critical path
and production updates through CAD
 Knowledge of shipping document,
customer feedback through CAD
 Knowledge of payment terms, shipment
detail, fabric master, trim master
through CAD
 Knowledge of time & action plan through
CAD



TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR A BATCH OF 15 TRAINEES
S No. Description Quantity
1. Computer 15 Nos.
2. Software ( Reach Merchandiser Manager ) installed in each computer .
3. Printer 5

Teaching and Technical Resources Requirements
S.
No.
(Designation) Qualifications Roles & Responsibilities
1 Instructors

 Graduate in Textiles or Apparel related
subject OR at least 3 years Diploma in
related subject from recognized
institutes
 Should be capable of handling Sewing
Labs/ Computers and IT software.
 Should have demonstrations skills
 Should have good communications skills
in English, Hindi and any other Indian
local language.
 Keeping abreast of new knowledge
and skills.
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Self-development through upgrading
qualifications and experience.
 Student guidance and counseling.
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development.
 Classroom and laboratory
instructions.
2 Trainers

 10+2 & with at least 2 years Diploma in
related subject with special knowledge
in Garment or Textile Sector and
courses of Pattern master/Operator
Training/Quality checking etc.
 Classroom instructions and
laboratory instructions.
 Dissemination of knowledge
 Providing Technical Support.
 Should be able to train basically in core
courses.
 Should have good communication skills.
 Having knowledge of local knowledge.
 Keeping abreast of Technical Skills.


 Works loads are based on number of hours of direct interaction with students and do not
include mentoring students, examinations evaluation work and self-study.
 The Faculty & Student ratio should be 1: 20



Retail Sales Associates

NAME: Retail Sales Associates

SECTOR: Fashion Design

CODE: FAD 601

ENTRY QUALIFICATION: Minimum 10th Std.

TERMINAL COMPETENCY: After completing the course the trainee would be able to work
as retail sales associates in a garment retail store.

DURATION: 520 Hrs.

CONTENT:
Practical Competencies Underpinning Knowledge (Theory)


 Basics of Visual Merchandising

 Handling billing Counter and
Software like RFID applications
in Retail.

 Fundamental of Retailing

 Product Knowledge

 Business Communication

 Management Principles

 Marketing Research

 Overview of Indian Retail Market

 Understanding of different retail Formats

 Learn Basic Operations of Garment retail
Stores

 Customer Interactions and help them to
purchase Merchandise

 Communication Skills & Soft Skills

 Supply Chain and Logistics Management


TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS FOR A BATCH OF 20 TRAINEES



Teaching and Technical Resources Requirements
S.
No.
(Designation) Qualifications Roles & Responsibilities
1 Lecturers

 Post Graduate in Textiles & Clothing or
subjects in Apparel OR NIFT/NID
Graduate.
 Should be having very clear high level of
skills in their subject.
 Should have good Communication Skills
 Preference would be given to those
knowing local language.

 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory development
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Dissemination of knowledge through
books publication etc.
 Monitoring and evaluation for
academic activities.
 Providing education for the benefit of
the community.
 Organizing field / Industry visits.
 Classroom and Laboratory
instructions.
2 Instructors
 Graduate in Textiles or Apparel related
 Keeping abreast of new knowledge

 Product Knowledge

 Fashion Forecasting & Trend Analysis

 MIS for Retailers
 Research work
S.NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
1 Note Book 100 pgs, Pen, Pencil,
Eraser, Ruler, White A4 Sheets
20 Nos.

subject OR at least 3 years Diploma in
related subject from recognized
institutes
 Should be capable of handling Sewing
Labs/ Computers and IT software.
 Should have demonstrations skills
 Should have good communications skills
in English, Hindi and any other Indian
local language.
and skills.
 Student assessment and evaluation
including examination work.
 Self-development through upgrading
qualifications and experience.
 Student guidance and counseling.
 Developing learning resource
material and laboratory
development.
 Classroom and laboratory
instructions.

 Works loads are based on number of hours of direct interaction with students and do not
include mentoring students, examinations evaluation work and self-studies.
 The Faculty & Student ratio should be 1: 20.







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