Syllabus of Semester System for the trade of DRESS MAKING Under CRAFTSMEN TRAINING SCHEME (CTS) (TWO SEMESTERS) One Year Designed in 2012 Designed by Govt. of India Ministry of Labour & Employment (DGE&T) CENTRAL STAFF TRAINING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE BLOCK – EN - 81, SECTOR – V, SALT LAKE CITY, Kolkata – 700 091. General Information 1. Name of the course : Dress Making 2. N.C.O. Code no. : 3. Duration of training : One Year (Two Semesters having duration of six months each) 4. Entry Qualification : 10th Passed 5. Unit (Batch)Size : 20 Trainees 6. Space requirement : Cutting/Drafting Room– 70 Sq m : Sewing Room - 70 Sq m : Theory Room – 30 Sq m 7. Power requirement : 20-25 kw 8. Qualification for Instructor : (i) National Trade Certificate in Cutting & Sewing / Dress Making trade with three years Experience. (ii) Diploma in Dress Making /Fashion Technology with two years Experience. (iii) Degree in Fashion Technology with one year Experience. 9. Desirable Qualification : Preference will be given to a candidate with CITS in Cutting & Sewing / Dress Making trade. List of Members attended the trade committee meeting for Designing Curricula for the trade of “Dress Making” in semester pattern held at NVTI, Noida, Dated 16/12/2011 under craftsman Training Scheme (CTS). Sl . Name & designation Name of Organisation Remarks No. 1. Ms. Upma Bhatia, National Vocational Training Chairman Jt. Director of Institute for Women, D-1, Sector – Training/Principal 1, Noida – 201301 2. Mr. Rajender Kumar, Director General of Employment Member Jt. Director of & Training, Sharam Shakti Training Bhavan,New Delhi 3. Ms Tulika Kumar Proprietor, Matt Global, A-33, Member Sector – 58, Noida 0120-4262350 4. Ms Ritu Lal, Fashion Free Launcer Member Designer 5. Mr Aseem Kumar, EXPORTS LTD. Member M.D., KAURUB 6. Ms Krishi Sareen, ,Footware Design & Development Member H.O.D Institute, Sector 24, Noida 7. Ms Laxmi Rohella Merchandiser, Flying Fashions, E- Member 46/3,Okhla Industrial Area, Phase II, New Delhi. 8. Mr Shiv Kumar, Optitex India Limited, NewDelhi Member Software consultant, 9. Ms Neeru Software Trainer, Optitex India Member Limited, NewDelhi 10. Ms Anju Bhatia Viva Jeans, 39, M S Market, CP, Member New Delhi 11. Mr Amar Pundir Manager HR, M/S Creative Member Clothes, A – 1, Sector – 59,Noida 12. Ms Tanushree Mitra Project Manager, M/S Creative Member Clothes, A – 1, Sector – 59,Noida 13. Ms Gloria Mary Rose, NVTI, Noida Member Training Officer, 14. Ms Abha Rastogi, NVTI, Noida Member Training Officer, 15. Mr S S Meena, NVTI, Noida Member Training Officer, 16. Ms Sonu Ghiya, NVTI, Noida Member Training Officer, 17. Ms Anju, Training RVTI, Jaipur Member Officer, 18. Ms Bhagya Shree, RVTI, Panipat Member Training Officer, 19. Ms Pragna Ben, RVTI, Calcutta Member Training Officer, Objective of the course : To create skilled work force for assisting in garment manufacturing Industry as – Machine Operator Assistant to Pattern Master Assistant worker in Boutique Dyeing & Printing Assistant Line In-charge Training Methodology : The training in each Semester shall consists of o Theory Classes o Practical Exercises in the Work shops o Market Survey for latest Fashion o Visits to Export Houses/ Exhibitions/ Fairs Trainees Exit Level : After completion of the training the trainees are expected to be able to : SEMESTER – I (Common for Cutting & Sewing and Dress Making ) o Stitch all garment component o Do hand Stitches o Fix Fasteners o Do Smocking o Prepare fancy items SEMESTER – II (Cutting & Sewing) o Stitch Garment o Take measurements o Check the garments o Plan Layouts SEMESTER – II (Dress Making) o Draw Blocks for Children o Draw Blocks for ladies o Design & develop patterns from Blocks o Prepare marker for different garments/different fabrics o Mending o Identify & remove stains MARKING SCHEME Semester – I and Semester - II Sl. PAPER MARKS SESSIONAL GRAND TOTAL DURATION OF No EXAMINATION Max. Min. Max Min. Max Min. Marks marks Marks marks for Marks marks for Pass Pass for Pass 1 PRACTICAL 150 90 50 30 200 120 8 Hrs. 2 THEORY 40 16 10 04 50 20 3 Hrs. 3 Employability 50 20 - - 50 20 2 Hrs. Skill 3 TOTAL 240 126 60 34 300 160 Note:- Minimum passing marks in Sessional and final examination is 40% in theory and 60% in practical COURSE SCHEDULING Semester – I and Semester – II Sl. No. Topic Time Scheduling 1. Trade Theory (2 hours per day) 260 Hours. 2. Trade Practical (4 hours per day) 732 Hours. 3. Employability Skills (2 hours per day) 48 Hours. SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF “Dress Making” DURATION: One year (1st Semester) (Common for Cutting & Sewing and Dress Making ) Week No. Theory Practical 1. Introduction to the Trade Familiarization with the Institute. Importance Knowledge of General Safety, Job prospects Occupational health and hygiene. Safety Precautions during Working First Aid 2. Trade related Aids & Tools Familiarization & handling the tools Measuring Tools Drafting Tools Marking Tools Cutting Tools Sewing Tools Finishing Tools Hand Stitches Practice of Hand Stitches & Making samples of them Types Application 3. Eight Head Theory Do Joints & Muscles Types of Figure Technical Terms related to subject 4. Lock Stitch Sewing Machine Practice on Industrial single Needle lock Stitch Sewing Machine History Types Sitting Posture – Eye, Parts Hand & Foot Maintenance coordination. Speed Control Practice on paper Threading of machine 5. Stitch Formation Running on Trouble Shooting o Straight lines o Square o Zig Zag lines o Circle o Semi Circle o Spiral 6. Measurement Practice of taking individual measurements Importance Measuring Techniques Practice of taking measurements from Precautions garment Measurement Charts Hand Needles Types & Their Use 7. Sewing Machine Needles Practice of making Seams Parts of the Needle Plain Seam Point Types Self- enclosed seams Machine Needle size Chart Top stitched seams Threads Corded seam Princess seam Types Count Thread Fabric selection Seams Classification Use Precautions 8. Fabric Fundamentals - Do - Fibers Classification Characteristics Identification 9. Yarn Practice of making Button holes by Hand Types Twist Count Practice of fixing fasteners as Buttons, Button Holes Hooks, Eyes, Press Studs Types Size Placement of Button & Button holes 10. Smocking Making samples of Smocking with Types Honey comb stitch Use Cable Stitch Wave Stitch China Smocking 11. Fabric Structure Practice of making weave samples Woven Fabric Weave Knitted Fabric Prepare samples of Darts Knit construction Other fabric Felt Fuse Net Braid Pile Darts Necessity Type Precautions during stitching 12. Pleats Making Samples of Pleats Necessity Type Use Fabric finishes Types Purposes 13. Fabric Designs Collect Sample Swatches Plaids Strips Practice of corner making Diagonals Large prints Small Prints Edge Finishing by facing, binding, lace, Border Prints Frill, Hemming & piping. One Way design Short pile Deep Pile Napped Fabrics available in the market Under lying Fabrics Type of Corner Self turned With additional strip 14. Fabric Terminology Prepare samples of Tucks Selvedge, Grains Bias Identification of right & wrong side of Fabric Straightening Trimmings Type Use Tucks Type Collection of Trimmings Use Ruffles/Frills Type o Straight o Circular Uses Necklines Making Samples of Frills Making Samples of Necklines 15. Casing Casing with Drawstring Introduction Casing with elastic Use Casing with Heading Inside Applied Casing Facings Outside Applied Casing Bias Facing Combination Shaped Facing Outside Facings Making samples with Facings Self Facing Shaped Facing 16. Over Lock Machine Threading & practice of running Over lock machine Introduction Parts Safety during working Making samples of Hems Faced Hem Type Edge Stitched Hem Use Double Stitched Hem Band Hem Ease in a Hem Mitered Hem 17. Zippers Samples of making samples of Plackets Parts of the Zipper Faced Placket Types Continuous Placket Uses One Piece Placket Two Piece Placket Two piece Placket with Plackets pleat Type Zippered Placket Use Lapped Fly Front Open End Invisible Visible 18. Pockets Samples of making different Pockets Patch Inseam Cut/slash Design variation in pockets 19. Collars Samples of making Collars Classification Collar terms 20. Sleeves Samples of Sleeves with & without cuff Classification of sleeve Sleeve length variation Sleeve Terminology Bottom finishing by Cuff 21. Project – 1 22. Prepare any Four utility article using the skills learned above as Hand kerchiefs, 23. Pillow Covers, Baby Set, Cushion Covers, Wall Hangings, Apron, Jewelry case etc. 24. Employability Skill 25. Industrial Training or Project work preferably in cross sectional trade. 26. Revision & Examination SYLLABUS FOR THE TRADE OF Semester – II “Dress Making” Week No. Theory Practical 1. Introduction to the Trade Revision of work done in Semester I 2. Drafting of Jhabla Pattern making, Cutting & Stitching of Jhabla 3. Drafting of Yoke Frock Pattern making, Cutting & stitching of Yoke Frock 4. Spreading or Folding of Fabric Making Marker on different Width, Texture & Design Pattern Layout Border Design Fabric Diagonal Design Fabric Diagonal Weave Fabric Directional Design Fabric Large Print Fabric Check Fabric Balanced Plaid Unbalanced Plaid Stripe Marker Necessity Types 5. Mending Practice & prepare samples of mending for straight tear, diagonal tear & ‘L’ shape Introduction tear Patching. Types Rules/principles Needles used in process 6. Stains & its treatments Apply stains & practice removing them Introduction Classification Cleaning agents Methods 7. Study of Size chart for Children Prepare Full scale Block Drafting of Childs Bodice Block & (Different Sizes) Sleeve Block 8. Drafting of Childs Trousers Block Prepare full size Block 9. Study of Size Chart for Ladies Pattern Making & Stitching Of Block. Drafting of Ladies Bodies Block Testing of Block, Alteration in Block & Final Block Making. 10. Manipulation Dart Manipulation Introduction Transfer of Dart from one Methods Place to other Use Concealed fullness Dart Manipulation Dart Variation Principles Methods 11. Types of Sleeves Sleeve Manipulation Drafting of Sleeve Block 12. Adapt the Bodice Block into Saree Stitching of Blouse Blouse 13. Drafting of Skirt Block Prepare full scale Pattern of Skirt Block Type of Skirts Manipulate the Block into different type of Skirt 14. Quality aspects Stitching of Skirts Definitions, factors affecting Quality Bebefits of Quality Control Indian & International Standards 15. Adapt the Block into ladies Shirt Prepare patterns & stitch Ladies shirts Fitted shirt A line shirt Panel shirt Angrakha Shirt 16. Finishing of Garments Top Pressing Finishing Inspection Final Pressing Folding Packing 17. Study of Size Charts for Gents Prepare Shirt Pattern & Stitching of shirt Drafting of Shirt Block 18. Drafting of Gents Trousers Prepare Pattern & Stitching of Trousers 19. Market Survey Inspection 20. Marker Prepare markers for different widths for Frocks, Blouses, Classical Shirts, Trousers Types Necessity Precautions 21. Drawing & Coloring Draw different lines & develop designs with geometrical shapes & free hands Type & characteristics of lines Geometrical shapes & its application Principles of Designs 22. Color Its type & Develop Color Wheel & Designs with Characteristics different color Scheme Color Schemes 23. Design Development Sketching of Tools Indian Dresses Rendering 24. The illusion of Three Western Dresses Dimension Basic Garment Shapes Boutique Management 25. Industrial Training or Project work preferably in cross sectional trade. 26. Revision & Examination List of Tools & Equipment : Tools , Equipment and Furniture for Pattern Making & Sewing workshop For one unit Sl No. Name of the Article Quantity (Number) 1. Scissors 25 cm 20 2. Pinking Shears 05 3. Tailors Square – Plastic 20 4. Leg Shaper – Plastic 20 5. Measuring Tape 150 cm 20 6. Seam Ripper 20 7. Thimble 20 8. Tailor’s Card Scale Triangular 20 9. French Curve Set of three 20 Set 10. Garment Hangers 20 11. Screw Driver Set 02 set 12. Table Sharpener 02 13. Pressing Table 04 14. Blanket for padding of Pressing Table 04 15. Rubber mat (Size as per requirement) 04 16. Sprayer 04 17. Waste Bin Big / Small 08 18. Pattern Punch 02 19. Pattern Notcher 02 20. Pattern Hanging Stand 02 21. Water Tub 60 cm dia 01 22. Stand for hanging dresses 04 23. Trial room with 3 side mirrors of size 150 cm X 60 cm each with 01 arrangements of hanging Dresses 24. Computer System (latest Configuration) with Software & UPS 01 set 25. Electric Automatic steam press 05 26. Sewing Machine – Single Needle Lock stitch Industrial model 20 27. Over Lock Machine 3 Thread 01 28. Zig Zag Multi Purpose Machine 01 29. Machine attachments As per requirement 30. Chairs with low back rest or stools for the machines 20 31. Drafting Table 08 32. Display Board Covered with glass or Acrylic Sheet 120 X 90 cm 02 33. Instructor Table 01 34. Instructor Chair 02 35. Steel Almirah 195 X 90 X 60 cm 02 36. Pigeon hole Almirah 8 lockers & separate locking arrangements for trainees 02 37. Locks for above pigeon hole 20 38. Wall Clock 02 39. Calculator Desk Type 01 40. White Board with accessories (size as per requirement) 01 41. Dummy Lady (different size) 02 Theory Room Sl. No. Name of the Tools/Equipment Quantity 01 Single desks for trainees with arrangements of keeping Books etc. 24 02 Revolving Chairs without arms 24 03 Faculty Table & Chair set 01 04 Computer set with UPS & multimedia projector 01 05 Audio address system 01 06 White Magnetic Board with Felt board & accessories 01 07 Display Board 02 08 Storage Almirah 01 09 Book Shelf 01 10 A/C unit split type 2 TR capacity with Stabilizer As per requirement Note: The quantity of hand Tools may be suitably increased as per the number of supernumories admitted in a unit. One number each of item no. 4 to 9 in respect of trainees actually completing the course of one year ( both the semesters) duration may be treated as consumables. Note: 1. Due to the rapid changes in the technologies frequent Modernization of equipments and technologies is necessary. 2. Training Programmes for Staff should be organized in the new fields added in the curriculum for the proper implementation of the same. 3. Experts from the Industry may be called for special lectures and demo’s as and when required.
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