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					                       B.Sc. [GARMENT FASHION TECHNOLOGY]
                                   Course Code -190

                                 [Revised syllabus]


       I - SEMESTER

S.No              Subjects                Marks               Theory /Practical

1.       Principles of Management 100 Theories
2.       Fiber Science &Yarn
         Manufacturing           100 Theories
3.       Quality Management              100                    Theory
4.       Free hand Drawing              50+50              Theory +Practical
5.       Business Communication          100                    Theory
6.       Clothing Technology-I           100               Theory+ Practical


     II - SEMESTER

S.No              Subjects                 Marks                Theory /Practical

1.       Clothing Technology -II           100                  Theory
2.       Textile Testing                    100 Theories
3.       Pattern Drafting                 50 + 50             Theory /Practical
4.       Introduction to Marketing 100 Theories
5.       Office Automation               50 + 50               Theory+Practical


       III SEMESTER

S.No              Subjects                   Marks              Theory/Practical

1.     Introduction to Fashion Business      100                Theory
2.     Textile Processing                    100                 Theory
3.     Elements of Fashion                   100                 Theory
4.     Organisational Behavior               100                 Theory
5.     Art and Drawing                       100                Practical




       IV SEMESTER
S.No              Subjects             Marks   Theory/Practical

1.     Yarn Manufacture II              100      Theory
2.     History of Fashion               100      Theory
3.     Pattern Designing               50+50     Theory+Practical
4.     Materials and Production
            Management                  100     Theory
5.     Basic Sewing Techniques         50+50    Theory+Practical


        III rd YEAR

        V SEMESTER

S.No              Subjects             Marks    Theory/Practical

1.     Garment Merchandising
                Management              100     Theory
2.     Principles of Apparel Design    50+50    Theory+Practical
3.     Quality Assurance                100     Theory
4.     Accessories and Ornamentation    100     Practical
5.     Fashion Illustration -II         100      Practical


        VI SEMESTER


S.No              Subjects             Marks    Theory/Practical

1.     Garment Construction            50+50   Theory+Practical
2.     Fashion and Portfolio
           Development                 50+50   Theory+Practical
3.     Design Collection                100      Practical
4.     Computer CAD                     100      Practical
5.     Project Work                     100      Practical




                       B.Sc.[GARMENT FASHION TECHNOLOGY]
                                  Course Code -190
         I SEMESTER

S.No               Subjects                   Marks                  Theory /Practical

1.       Principles of Management             100                       Theory
2.       Fiber Science &Yarn
                  Manufacturing               100                       Theory
3.       Quality Management                   100                       Theory
4.       Free hand Drawing                   50+50                      Theory +Practical
5.       Business Communication               100                       Theory
6..      Clothing Technology-I                100                       Theory+ Practical



                        1. PRINCIPLES OF MANGEMENT


Basic of Management [Unit I]
Definition of management – evolution of management thought – early & modern approaches
– management vs. administration – management science or art – managers vs. entrepreneurs
managers vs. leaders.

Planning [Unit II]
Nature and Importance – steps in planning – types of plans – planning premises – Objective –
Characteristics and Hierarchy of objectives – Management by objectives – Management by
Exception.

Organizing [Unit III]
Nature of organizing – formal and informal organization – structure and process of
organizing –authority and responsibility – Delegation of authority – Departmentation and its
basis – Decision making – Styles of Decision Making.

Staffing and Directing [Unit IV]
Staffing – purpose of staffing – recruitment and selection – training and development –
performance appraisal – principles of direction – elements of direction – span of supervision
– Motivation – Leadership – Communication.

Controlling [Unit V] -Concept of Managerial control – Nature of control – Needs for control
– Significance and limitations of control – Types of control – control process – control
techniques; Traditional and Modern Techniques.




                   2. FIBER SCIENCE&YARN MANUFACTURING

Unit I
Classification of fibers – properties of textile fibers – Identification of fibers – Brief study
about vegetable fiber – cotton – flax – jute – hemp and ramie

Unit II
Brief study about animal fiber – silk, wool – classifications – physical properties – structures.

Unit III
Regenerated fibers – Brief study about rayon – viscose rayon – Acetate rayon – Cup
ammonium rayon – Synthetic fibers – Manufacture – Properties – Uses of Polyamides –
Polyester – Polypropylene – Polyacrylonitrile – Texturisation – classification of textured
yarns – Methods of production – Twist texturing – False twist Texturing – Knife edge
crimping – Air texturing – Stuffer ox texturing – Knit de-knit – Gear crimping.

YARN MANUFACTURING -Mixing,spinning,conewinding,doubling


                               3.QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Unit I
Introduction-Definition of quality-Dimensions of quality-Quality planning-Quality costs-
Analysis techniques for quality costs-Basic concepts of TQM-Principles of TQM-Leadership
concepts-Role of senior management-Quality council-quality statements.

Unit II
TQM Principles-Customer satisfaction-Customer perception of quality-Customer complaints-
Service quality-Employee Involvement-Continuous process improvement-Supplier
partnership.

Unit III
TQM Tools-Benchmarking-Quality function deployment-Total Productive maintenance-
FMEA.


                                 4. FREE HAND DRAWING

Unit I
Basic drawing – Different types of line – Different types of strokes – Figure drawing –Object
drawing

Unit II
Pencils – Sketching – Rendering –Silhouettes.




                            5. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION


Unit I
Communication – Meaning – Objectives – Types – Principles of Communication – Layout of
business letters.

Unit II
Business enquiries and replies – Offer Quotations – Orders – Complaint and adjustment –
Collection letters – Circular letters – Status enquiries.

Unit III
Company correspondence – Secretary and his duties – Correspondence with directors share
holders – Government department and others.

Unit IV
Bank Correspondence – Insurance Correspondence agency correspondence – Letters to the
editor – Applications for appointment.

Unit V
Report writing – Meaning – Importance – Characteristics of good report – Report by
individuals – Report by committees – precise writing passages relating to business and
management.


                              6.CLOTHING TECHNOLOGY-I

Introduction of fabric manufacturing - ;basic fabric manufacturing techniques [Knitting and
Weaving] – Weaving preparatory process – Winding process – Basic weaving techniques –
Basic weaves –cloth construction [woven and knitwear]- Basic knitting techniques – History
of fabric manufacturing – Machine details – working principles.


II - SEMESTER

S.No              Subjects                 Marks                   Theory /Practical

1.       Clothing Technology -II             100                   Theory
2.       Textile Testing                    100                    Theory
3.       Pattern Drafting                  50 + 50                 Theory /Practical
4.       Introduction to Marketing            100                   Theory
5.       Office Automation                 50 + 50                 Theory+Practical




                         1.     CLOTHING TECHNOLOGY - II


Unit –I - DOBBY SHEDDING- Definition – Scope - Uses – Classification,               Types,
timings, and methods of pegging lags.
Unit– II - JACQUARD SHEDDING- Definition – Types – Sizes and figuring capacity of
Jacquard - Characteristics, uses, Timings and working principles of all types of Jacquard.

 Unit –III - HARNESS BUILDING, CARD CUTTING AND LACING
 Harness and Comber board, systems of harness mounting. Process of Jacquard designing,
piano card cutter and Card lacing.

Unit- IV -MODERN KNITTING CONCEPT - Multi Track - Concepts of design -
Jacquard principles - Single and double knit - Special structures - Auto stripe, Terry Fleece

Unit - V - CALCULATIONS - FARIC DEFECTS - Calculations - Methods of Finding
Courses per inch, Wales pr inch and Loop length - GSM Calculations - Count and Gauge
Relationship - Efficiency Calculation - Production in Length and weight units - Blend
percentage - Yarn quality requirements - defects due to material - Causes and remedies.


                                       2. TEXTILE TESTING


Unit–I - Introduction to testing-Selection of samples for testing- Moisture        relations,
measurement and control.

Unit– II -Testing of fiber, yarn and fabric properties.

Unit - III - Yarn evenness, hairiness and friction. Flammability testing.

Unit– IV - Quality Concepts. Quality Standards. Quality Circles. Quality
Costing. Statistical Quality Control: Control charts, process capability analysis .


                                      3.PATTERN DRAFTING


Unit - I - Body Anatomy –Eight Head Theory – Pattern Introduction –
Pattern making Tools – Uses and Importanance.

Unit - II - Measurements –Standard Measurements for children, Men and Women.
Introduction to drafting – Principles of drafting – Seam allowance – Dart marks .

Unit - III - Drafting of Basic block, different yokes, gathers, pleats, sleeves,
collars, dresses, shirts, pants, layettes, rompers, jump suits etc.




                              4. INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING

Unit I - Understanding Marketing- Scope of marketing- Defining marketing- company
orientations towards the market place-Production concept-Product concept-Selling concept-
Marketing concept- Customer concept-Societal marketing concept. Marketing Environment-
Task      environment-Broad      environment-Demographic-Economc-Natural-Technological-
Political-legal-Social-Cultural.

Unit-II - Marketing Segmentation, Target marketing and Positioning -Levels of market
segmentation- market segmentation procedure- segmenting consumer and business market-
market targeting- Developing and communicating a positioning strategy.

Unit-III - Customer Buyer Behavior- Defining customer value and satisfaction- factors
influencing buyer behavior- buying decision process- attracting and retaining.

Unit IV - Marketing mix and strategies, Product and branding strategies- Marketing Mix:
Product, price, place, promotion, Strategic Planning- product life cycle- product mix-
product line decision- brand decisions - packaging and labeling.

Unit V - Channels of distribution- Advertising- sales promotion- Personal selling- Public
relations- marketing research.


                                   5. OFFICE AUTOMATION


Unit - I - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
Basic concepts, applications of a computer, different components of a computer, computer
starts up, advantages and disadvantages of using a computer.

Unit–II – WINDOWS
Introduction to windows, working with desktop, managing files & Folders.

Unit – III – MS WORD
Explain a word processor, Create a Word Document, Edit a word document, work with text
boxes, Create Header and Footer, Print a document, use office Assistant Insert a word art
object, Add auto shapes, Insert a picture from the Clip Art Gallery, Add an image to your
document form a File, Edit Graphics, Group Objects, Work with Tables – Set auto text,
Indent Paragraphs, Modify line and letter spacing, set and modify tabs, Insert Bullets and
Numbers, work with columns, insert page and section Break, change Text case, use
thesaurus, work with Templates.


Unit – IV - MS EXCEL
Create new file, Enter and format text, Add borders, work with cells, Add header and footer,
Print a worksheet, work with Templates, working with rows and columns, Formatting
numbers, using functions, sorting data, Creating references, Filtering data, Linking data,
Create and Format charts.

Unit- V – MS POWERPOINT
Create a slide presentation, use differ rent slide views, work with slide master, work with text
in slide, Create header and Footer, work with pictures, Print slides, Create Organization
Charts, Insert charts, Add Slide Transition, Add slide Animation, Add slide Timings, Set up a
slide show.

Unit – VI – INTERNET
What is Internet? Application areas of Internet, World Wide Web, File Transfer Protocol, E-
mail, Requirements for an Internet Connection, search engine.


III SEMESTER

S.No                Subjects                     Marks              Theory/Practical

1.     Introduction to Fashion Business           100               Theory
2.     Textile Processing                         100               Theory
3.     Elements of Fashion                        100               Theory
4.     Organisational Behavior                    100               Theory
5.      Art and Drawing                           100               Practical


                        1. INTRODUCTION TO FASHION BUSINESS

Unit - I - Introduction to fashion industry –Principles of fashion - Fashion merchandising –
Analyzing and understanding today fashion.

Unit - II - Introduction to fashion market - The role of primary market in merchandising
today ‘s fashion - Understanding the consumer – Promoting today’s fashion.

Unit - III - Fashion creation – Color psychology – Fashion Information – Clothing
Psychology.

                                  2. TEXTILE PROCESSING

Preparatory processes and dyeing of cotton &protein fibers. Dyeing of man-made fibers and
blends. Printing. Textile Finishing.


                                 3. ELEMENTS OF FASHION

Unit - I - Fashion – Fashion Terminology – Elements of Art and principles of
design-color – The psychology of clothing – History – Traditional of Textiles of India
History of costumes – Costumes and fashion – Terms used of clothing during French
Revolution.

Unit - II - Fashion Industry – Fashion Promotion- Fashion Designers and their famous
Labels.


                               4. ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

Unit - I - Overview of organizational behaviors. Managerial work, skills and functions. The
individual in organizations; ability, skills, perception and attitudes. The individual;
personality, job satisfaction.

Unit - II - Learning and behavior modification. Motivation: theories and practice.
Leadership. Organizational structure and culture.
Unit - III - Work groups and work teams. Communication power and politics. Social
responsibility and ethics of OB.


                                     5. ART AND DRAWING

Unit - I - Head Theory - Summer Collection - Winter Collection - Trend - Fad.

Unit - II - Lines - Strokes - Accessories - Belt - Bags - Shoes.

Unit - III - Collections - History - Theme Work.




IV SEMESTER

S.No            Subjects                      Marks                Theory/Practical

1.     Yarn Manufacture II                    100                    Theory
2.     History of Fashion                      100                   Theory
3.     Pattern Designing                     50+50                  Theory+Practical
4.     Materials and Production
            Management                         100                   Theory
5.     Basic Sewing Techniques                50+50                 Theory+Practical


                                   1.YARN MANUFACTURE -II

Unit I- Open End Spinning-Introduction of TFO-open end spinning-comparison between
Ring Spinning and OE- spinning calculation

Unit II- industrial and fancy yarn - sewing thread - tyre cord - fancy doubler - different kinds
of fancy yarn.

Unit III- Texturisation - spinning of Staple Fibers and Blends - modified stretch yarn - blend
spinning - comparison of different methods of texturisation.

Unit VI- Modern trends in yarn formation - SIRO spinning - Vortex spinning -


                                2. HISTORY OF FASHION

Unit - I - History of Egypt - Greek, Rome

Unit -II - France - America - Singapore - Arab.

Unit - III - Indian and Asian History .
                                   3   PATTERN DESIGNING


Unit I - Pattern Design and Drafting – Draping - Advanced Apparel – Development of skills
in designing and drafting pattern.- Alteration - Fitting - Darts - Neck Designs.

Unit - II - Design includes variations in basic patterns for sleeves - Sleeve designs - Bishop
Sleeve - Puff Sleeve - Petal Sleeve - Kimono Sleeve - Collars - Single piece collar - Double
piece collar - Sailor collar - Stand collar.

Unit - III - Skirt Designs - Panelled skirt - Flared skirt - Trouser Block - Shorts - Pants - Shirt
Block - Classic Shirt - Basic T shirt - High Neck T shirt - Ladies Tops-Design Development
for Children’ wear - Men’s wear - Women’s wear.

Unit - IV - Grading - Principles of Pattern grading - Uses - Grading Techniques - Pattern
grading for Men’s wear, Women’s Wear and Children’s wear.

Unit - V - Dart Manipulation - Making Design by Dart Transfer.


                     4.MATERIALS AND PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT


Unit I- Introduction - Production function - design of production- systems - types of process -
productivity - Ergonomics.

Unit II - Production planning and control - Planning- Routing - Scheduling - Dispatching -
Inspecting - Make or buy Decisions.

Unit III - Plant location and layout - factors influencing plant location - Relocation - Types
of layout - Process and product layout.

Unit VI - Materials management - Purchasing - Vendor rating - material handling - selection
of material handling equipments.

Unit V - Stores management - functions - stores location - essentials of good management-
stock verification - inventory management .
                                5. BASIC SEWING TECHNIQUES

Unit - I - Garment Machines- Parts and functions of Sewing machines- Machine care and
Maintenance common problems - Various types of Garment Machines

Unit - II - Sewing Machine needles - Needle Types - Sewing threads - Thread Properties -
Different types of Machine using for Garment making -Cutting machines requirements
machinery and equipments

Unit -III - Sewing Technology - Stitches and Seams - Seam Finishes bias
Stitch Types - Classification - Thread Properties - Sewing Problems - Problem of Stitch
Formation - Causes for seaming puckering.

Unit - IV - The use of components and Trims- -Pockets- Different types of pockets.-
Plackets -. Method of stitching in Darts and Pleats - Method of stitching in different seam
Types.




III rd YEAR

FIFTH SEMESTER

S.No             Subjects                      Marks              Theory/Practical

1.     Garment Merchandising
                Management                      100                Theory
2.     Principles of Apparel Design            50+50               Theory+Practical
3.     Quality Assurance                        100                Theory
4.     Accessories and Ornamentation            100                Practical
5.     Fashion Illustration -II                 100                Practical



                     1. GARMENT MERCHANDISING MANAGEMENT

Unit -I - Programming-Accessories Arrangements-Approvals-Pattern Approval-Size Set
Approval-Production Controlling-Quality Assurance procedures-Buyer Communication-
Proper Reporting-Record maintenance


Unit -II - Costing-Process Loss-Shortage problem-Testing Reports-Developing Samples-
Placement of Orders-Preventive Actions-TQM.
                             2.PRINCIPLES OF APPAREL DESIGN

Unit - I - Introduction of principles of design – Principles of design on Apparels – Design
aspects – Line and direction – size – shape – texture – dark and light color.

 Unit -II - Introduction – bias – grain – Seam and seam finishes – Hemming – Types of hem
– Fullness – Introducing fullness in garments – Gathers – Pleats – Flares – Flounces –
Accessories – Decorative items.

Unit - III - Neck finishes – Facing – Binding – Designing for Necklines – Collars Designing
collars – Yokes – Yoke designs – Sleeve – Various sleeves and its styles.

Unit - IV - Trimming – Fastener – Button and button holes – Eyelets – Plackets – faced
placket – Zipper placket – Pockets – Types of pockets.


                                3. QUALITY ASSURANCE

Unit I - Fiber Quality – Yarn Quality – Blending Quality – Fabric Quality – Structural
Quality Dimensional Stability

Unit II - Parameters – Quality Standards - ISO 9000 - SA 8000 – Quality Review– Quality
Audit


                           4. ACCESSORIES AND ORMENTATION

Unit - I - Mood Board-Developing new fabrics-Trend Analysis.

Unit -II - Accessories-Trim-Quality of accessories and Trims- Measurement and Sizing
Terminology- Hand Embroidery and Bead Working.


                                5. FASHION ILLUSTRATION - II

Unit - I - Collection - Summer - Winter .

Unit - II - Accessories - Theme - Color Harmony drawing.

Unit - III - Color Psychology - Eye - Lips - Ears - Nose - Face drawing.

Unit - IV - Hand - Legs - Head Theory - Hair Styles - Different Poses of Figures.


SIXTH SEMESTER

S.No          Subjects                      Marks              Theory/Practical

1.     Garment Construction                  50+50             Theory+Practical
2.     Fashion and Portfolio
           Development                       50+50             Theory+Practical
3.    Design Collection                       100                 Practical
4.    Computer CAD                            100                 Practical
5.    Project Work                            100                 Practical



                             1.GARMENT CONSTRUCTION

Unit - I - Apparel construction – Development of skills in clothing construction – dress
making –fitting – alteration – Standard range of stitches – Seam types – learn fitting and
construction in the industry.

Unit II - Pattern Preparation – Method of Marker planning – Spreading- Seam allowances –
Bias cutting - Sewing – Fusing – Stitching – Buttoning – Pressing.

Unit -III - Constructing of Collars - Constructing for Neck finishes Sleeve finishing - Pocket
and Placket finishing - Method of stitching - Operation for Making garments - Making
designs for finished garments.


                2. FASHION FORECAST AND PORTFLIO DEVELOPMENT

Unit -I - History of fashion - Buying terms - Buyer role - Product development - Trends -
Predicting - Factors affect fashion range.

Unit - II - Portfolio Development.

                                3. DESIGN COLLECTION

Unit - I - Surface decoration - Hand embroidery - Beed work.

Unit - II - Accessories-Designs for Handbag - Purse - Wall hangings - Belts - Cell phone
covers - Watches.

Unit - III - Ornaments - Designs for Bracelets - Earrings - Finger rings - Bangles - Chains -
Necklaces - Toe ring
        .

                                     4. COMPUTER CAD

Adobe Photoshop- Corel Draw – Drape Development – Rendering –Illustration –
Measurement area – Sizes – Seams –Necklines Sleeves – Stitch Allowance –Parts
Identification - CAD


                                        5.PROJECT WORK
                                                               18/03/2006



To

Shri.Palanivel Avl,
Faculty of Distance Education,
(Course Co-ordinator)
VMRFDU,
Sangakiri Main Road,
Salem -636 308.



Respected Sir,

      Sub: B.Sc Garment Fashion Technology Revised Syllabus.&CD.
   Please find herewith enclosed a revised copy of B.Sc. Garment Fashion
Technology syllabus Copy and its CD for your kind consideration.
Kindly acknowledge the receipt.




                                  Thanking you,




                                                      Yours Truly,



                                                   [Mohankumar.A.S]
                                                       C.E.O


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