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					                                  Fashion Designing
              Associate Degree in Fashion designing (64 credits)



SEMESTER-1

C1- Drawing Techniques and Approaches                      3 credits
C2- Design Exploration in Fashion                          2 credits
C3- Fashion and Textile Material Understanding             2 credits
C4- Historical and contextual references                   2 credits
C5- Computer Aided Designing-I                             3 credits
C6- Foundation Course                                      4 credits

SEMESTER- 2

C1- Design application in fashion                          2 credits
C2- Fashion Illustration and Appreciation                  2 credits
C3- Pattern Drafting & Construction Method                 3 credits
C4- Traditional Indian Textiles                            3 credits
C5- Computer aided designing –II                           3 credits
C6- Foundation Course                                      4 credits


SEMESTER- 3

C1- Textile Dyeing and Printing                            2credits
C2- Fashion Presentation                                   2credits

C3 -Advance Drafting, Draping and construction technique   3credits
C4- Apparel quality control                                2credits
C5- Computer Graphics for Fashion Designing                3credits
C6- Foundation Course                                      4 credits




SEMESTER 4

C1- Visual Merchandising                                   2 credits
C2- Fashion Merchandising                                  2 credits
C3- Knitwear Design Technology                             2 credits
C4- Advance Design Studies                                 3 credits
C5- Pattern Drafting, Grading & Construction Studies   3 credits
C6- Foundation Course                                  4 credits

SEMESTER - 1

C1- Drawing Techniques            and Approaches       3 credits
Unit -1 Color Scheme                                   7.5 Hrs
Unit -2 Illustration                                   15 Hrs
Unit -3 Illustration &rendering                        22.5 Hrs

C2- Design Exploration in Fashion                      2 credits
Unit -1- Element & Principles of design                 15 Hrs
Unit-2- Garment details                                7.5 Hrs
Unit 3- Silhouettes                                    7.5 Hrs

C3- Fashion and Textile Material Understanding         2 credits
Unit-1 -Fiber                                           15 Hrs
Unit-2 –Manufacturing Yarns                            7.5 Hrs
Unit-3- Fabric construction Process                     7.5 Hrs

C4 Historical and contextual references                2 credits
Unit-1 origin of dress                                 7.5 Hrs
Unit-2 Ancient era                                     15Hrs
Unit-3-Modern era                                       7.5Hrs

C4 Computer Aided           Designing-I                3 credits
Unit-1 Microsoft word                                   1 Hrs
Unit-2 Corel draw                                       22 Hrs
Unit-3-Photoshope                                       22 Hrs



C5 FOUNDATION COURSE                                   4 credits
Unit-1 Computer Literacy                               20 Hrs
Unit-2 English Communication                           20 Hrs
Unit-3 Life Skills                                     20 Hrs




SEMESTER - 2

C1- Design application in fashion                      2 credits
Unit-1 About Fashion                                   15 Hrs
Unit-2 Fashion in society                              7.5 Hrs
Unit-3 Fashion management                              7.5 Hrs



C2- Fashion Illustration and        Appreciation        2 credits
Unit-1 Fashion Illustration                            7.5 Hrs
Unit-2 Fashion Trends                                  15 Hrs
Unit-3 Fashion Designers                               7.5 Hrs

C3 – Pattern Drafting         & Construction Method    3 credits
Unit-1 Drafting techniques                             3.75 Hrs
Unit-2 Garment construction                                    18.75 Hrs
Unit-3 Dress Designing                                         18.75Hrs

C4- Traditional Indian Textiles                                2 credits
Unit-1 Indian traditional textiles Embroider                   15 Hrs
Unit-2 Indian traditional Woven textiles                       7.5 Hrs
Unit-3 Printed -Hand block printing                            7.5 Hrs


C5- Computer aided          designing –II                       3 credits
Unit-1 Adobe illustrator                                        15 Hrs
Unit-2 Tuka cad                                                                15 Hrs
Unit-3 Shortcut keytables                                                      15 Hrs


C6- FOUNDATION COURSE                                                         4 credits
Unit-1 Computer Literacy                                                        20 Hrs
Unit-2 English Communication                                                    20 Hrs
Unit-3 Life Skills                                                              20 Hrs




SEMESTER -3

C1-   Textile Dyeing and Printing                                           2 credits
Unit-1 Dyeing                                                                7.5 Hrs
Unit-2 Details of dyeing                                                     7.5 Hrs
Unit-3 Printing                                                              15 Hrs

C2- Fashion Presentation                                                    2 credits
Unit-1 Introduction to fashion presentation                                     11.25 Hrs
Unit-2 Accessory designing                                                      11.25 Hrs
Unit-3 Design for fashion show                                                  7.5 Hrs

C3 - Advance Drafting, Draping           and construction technique         3 credits
Unit-1 Type of drafting                                                          3.75 Hrs
Unit-2 Basic Draping                                                           18.75 Hrs
Unit-3 Advance garment Draping                                                  22.5 Hrs

C4 –   Apparel quality control                                              2 credits
Unit-1 Inspection process                                                      7.5 Hrs
Unit-2 Fabric testing                                                          15 Hrs
Unit-3 Detail of quality control                                                 7.5Hrs

C5- Computer Graphics for Fashion Designing                                  3 credits
Unit-1 Introduction to Coordinate Frames and Color Theory                       15 Hrs
Unit-2 Working with Shapes, Lines, Texts & Objects                              15 Hrs
Unit-3 Working with Curves                                                      15 Hrs



C6- FOUNDATION COURSE                                                         4 credits
Unit-1 Computer Literacy                                                       20 Hrs
Unit-2 English Communication                                                   20 Hrs
Unit-3 Life Skills                                                             20 Hrs
SEMESTER- 4

C1- Visual Merchandising                                        2 credits
Unit-1 Introduction to Visual Merchandising Display                15 Hrs
Unit-2 Display Ethics                                              7.5Hrs
Unit-3 Store- As a Merchandise Space                                7.5Hrs

C2- Fashion Merchandising                                       2credits
Unit-1 Introduction To Merchandising                              7.5Hrs
Unit-2 Fashion Trend & forecasting                                15Hrs
Unit-3 Buyer                                                      7.5Hrs

C3 – Knitwear Design Technology                                 2 credits
Unit-1 Basic knit structure                                        15 Hrs
Unit-2 Advance Knitting methods                                    7.5 Hrs
Unit-3Technology                                                   7.5 Hrs

C4- Advance Design Studies                                      3 credits
Unit-1 About Western Fashion Designer                              15 Hrs
Unit-2 Inspirational & Innovative Themes                           15 Hrs
Unit-3 Advance Fashion Designing                                   15 Hrs


C5- Pattern Drafting, Grading & Construction          Studies    3 credits
Unit-1 Drafting with Designing & grading(Skirts)                   15 Hrs
Unit-2 Drafting with Designing & grading(Dresses)                  15 Hrs
Unit-3 Construction of Fashion garment                             15 Hrs



C6- FOUNDATION COURSE                                            4 credits
Unit-1 Computer Literacy                                           20 Hrs
Unit-2 English Communication                                       20 Hrs
Unit-3 Life Skills                                                 20 Hrs
                                                 Fashion Designing


              Associate Degree in Fashion Designing (64 credits) (960hr)
             st
        1 year (32 credits) (480hr)                  IInd year (32 credits) (480hr)
                        ssses
                           Semester II           Semester III             Semester IV
      Semester I       (16 credit) (142.5 hr) (16 credit) (142.5 hr)  (16 credit) (142.5 hr)
 (16 credit) (142.5 hr)      (Practical + Theory)        (Practical + Theory)       (Practical + Theory)
 (Practical + Theory)
Drawing Techniques and      Design application in      Textile Dyeing and         Visual Merchandising
Approaches                  fashion
                                                       Printing                       (2 credit) (30 hr)
   (3 credit) (45 hr)          (2 credit) (45 hr)
       (2.5+0.5)                 Theory Paper              (2 credit) (30 hr)              (1+1)
                                                               (.5+1.5)
Design Exploration in       Fashion Illustration and   Fashion Presentation       Fashion Merchandising
Fashion                     Appreciation
                                                           (2 credit) (30 hr)         (2 credit) (30 hr)
    (2 credit) (15 hr)      (2 credit) (30 hr)
     Theory Paper                  (1.5+.5)                       (1.5+.5)                (.5+1.5)
Fashion and Textile         Pattern Drafting &         Advance Drafting,          Knitwear Design
Material Understanding
                            Construction Method        Draping and construction   Technology
    (2credit) (30 hr)
                               (3credit) (45 hr)       technique                     (2 credit) (30 hr)
     Theory Paper
                                       (2+1)               (3 credit) (45 hr)             (0.5+1.5)
                                                              (2.5+0.5)
Historical and contextual   Traditional Indian         Apparel quality control    Advance Design Studies
references                  Textiles                       (2 credit) (30 hr)        (3 credit) (45 hr)
    (2 credit) (30 hr)         (2 credit) (30 hr)                  (1+1)                   (2+1)
    (Theory Paper)             (Theory Paper)


   Computer Aided           Computer aided             Computer Graphics for      Pattern Drafting, Grading
   Designing -I             designing –II              Fashion Designing          & Construction Studies
     (3 credit) (45 hr)        (3 credit) (45 hr)          (3 credit) (45 hr)        (3 credit) (45 hr)
        (2+1)                      (2+1)                           (2+1)                  (2+1)
   Foundation course           Foundation course          Foundation course          Foundation course
   (4credits) (60hr)            (4credits) (60hr)         (4credits) (60hr)           (4credits) (60hr)
                  (2+2)                 (2+2)                        (2+2)                     (2+2)
                                     Semester I
                               (16 credit) (480hr)

                         Paper I: - Drawing Techniques and Approaches
                             (3 credit) (45 hr)

                                                                       (.5 Credit) (7.5 hr)
Unit I – Color Scheme
       Chapter 1 - What is Color?                                                          .5hr
       Chapter 2- Dimensions of color- hue, intensity and value.
       Chapter 3- Color wheel and it’s various Color Schemes- primary, secondary,           2.5hr
                   tertiary,   quaternary,   analogous     colors,   complimentary      and       split
                   complimentary, Tints, tones and shades, achromatic and monochromatic
                   colors, pastels and dusty pastels - effect of these color schemes.
       Chapter 4-Effects of Colors- red, blue, green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, gray,         .5hr
                 black, white, neutrals.
       Chapter 5- Color Harmony and Color combination.                                            .5hr


       Chapter 6- Qualities of Color                                                              .5hr
       Chapter 7- Types of textures- thread pulling, thread crumple, and thread rolling,       3 hr
                 paper dabbing, wax rubbing, wax drop, smoke, blade, leaf, flower,          butterfly,
                 lace, jute, thumb, matchstick, sponge, cabbage, potato, onion, chilly, lady
                 finger, ink drop, ink blow, drop ink, batik, leather, dry brush, mesh, comb, cloth
                 dabbing etc., Textural effects, use of textures in fashion designing. Depicting
                 textures (e.g., silk, satin, chiffon, denim, corduroy, velvet, knit etc.) and
                 patterns on clothes.


Unit II - Illustration                                                      (1 Credit ) (15 hr)
       Chapter 8- Drawing Croquis – Block Figure – Front View, 3\4th view (less),             5 hr
                 3\4th view (full), back view, side view, sitting,        -Fleshed croquis –Front
                 view, side view, 3/4th view, back view Weight distribution
       Chapter 9 - Sketching – Heads, various face and head types, face and head              5 hr
                   position, hair types, finished sketches of faces, Arm positioning,
                   hands foot and feet drawing stick figures
       Chapter 10- Illustration of accessories- Hats, Shoulder bags, Ladies shoes             5 hr
Unit III- Illustration & Rendering                                        ( 1.5 Credit) (22.5 hr)
Chapter 11- Draping in Illustrations- Necklines, Collars, Sleeves and cuffs, Skirts, 10 hr
           Pants, Tops Jackets, Dresses Waist tightness, Neck pieces
Chapter 12- Color Rendering- Fabric representation, Skin rendering, Color rendering, 7.5 hr
           Various mediums, Technological media
Chapter 13- Specs – Developing flats from croquis, Making specs of garments          5 hr
            (Collars and necklines, Skirts and pants, shirts and jackets, dresses)
                      Paper II: - Design Exploration in Fashion
                                      (2 credit) (30 hr)


Unit I -Element & Principles of design                                    (.5 credit) (15 hr)
Chapter 1- Elements of Design- Line, Silhouettes, Textures in Fabrics, Color Value,   4 hr
          Complexion and Skin, Color harmony and color combination, form and shape
Chapter 2- Principles of Design- Proportion, Balance, Unity, Rhythm, Emphasis,        3.5 hr
          Illusions with Clothes


Unit II -Garment Details                                                    (.5 credit) (7.5 hr)
Chapter 3- Garment Details- Necklines, Collars, Sleeves, Cuffs, Pleats    (7.5 hr)


Unit III-Silhouttes                                                          (1 credit) (7.5 hr)
Chapter 4- Various Silhouettes- Waistbands, Skirts, Pants, Silhouettes    (15 hr)
                Paper III Fashion and Textile Material Understanding
                                  (2 credit) (30 hr)
                                                            (1 Credit) (15 hr)
Unit I -Fiber
Types of fibers processing and Their Properties
      Chapter 1- Classification of Fibers                                  (1.5 hr)
      Chapter 2- Identification of Textile Fibers                          (1.5 hr)
      Chapter 3- Natural Cellulosic Fibers Cotton and Flax                 (2 hr)
      Chapter 4- Natural Protein Fibers Wool and Silk                      (2 hr)
      Chapter 5- Reconstituted and Manufactured Cellulosic Fibers           (3 hr)
      Chapter 6- Nylon, Polyester and Acrylic Fiber                        (5 hr)


Unit II -Manufacturing Yarns                                  (.5 Credit) (7.5 hr)
   Chapter 8- Spinning                                                     (3hr)
   Chapter 9- Yarn Classification                                          (3 hr)
   Chapter 10- Yarn twist-S and Z.                                         (1.5 hr)


Unit III-Fabric construction Process                           (.5 Credit) (7.5 hr)


   Chapter 11- Different yarn formation process - cotton yarn, woolen/ worsted yarn, (5 hr)
                 synthetic or blended yarn- blending, opening, cleaning, carding,
                doubling, combing, drawing, roving, spinning, yarn twist-S and Z.
   Chapter 12- Fiber quality requirements for different types of yarns and fabrics.   (2.5 hr)
                       Paper IV Historical and contextual references

                                        (2 credit) (30 hr)
   Unit I-Origin of dress                                             (.5 Credit) (7.5 hr)


   Chapter 1- Reason for the origin of dress                                  (1.5hr)
   Chapter 2- Function of dress                                               (1hr)
   Chapter 3- Clothing as a mean of communication                             (1hr)
   Chapter 4- Clothing as an art form                                         (1hr)
   Chapter 5- Limitations to the design of garment                            (1.5hr)
   Chapter 6- Cross –cultural Influence                                       (1.5hr)


Unit II -Ancient era                                                  (1 Credit) (15hr)


   Chapter 7- Mesopotamian/Sumerian costume for both men and women              (2.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Egyptian costumes for men and women                               (2.5hr)
   Chapter 9- Egyptian ancient dresses and its influence in clothing            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 10- Roman ancient costumes- toga, and its Influence                  (2.5hr)
   Chapter 11- Greek ancient costumes –chitons, types of chitons and its influence (2.5hr)
   Chapter 12- French costumes of middle ages and renaissance.                            (2.5hr)




Unit III –Modern era                                                  (.5 Credit) (7.5hr)
Chapter 13-Modern French Fashions-the designers, the fashion shows, the fashion (2.5hr)
             institutes, the publications, the fashion fairs, and their influences on world
             fashion
   Chapter 14- Modern American Fashions-the designers, the fashion shows, the fashion (2.5hr)
               institutes, the publications, the fashion fairs, and their influences on world
               fashion
   Chapter 15- Italian Fashion- the designers, the fashion shows, the fashion institutes, (2.5hr)
                the publications, the fashion fairs
                           Paper V: - Computer Aided Designing -I
                                       (3 credit) (45 hr)


Unit I   -Microsoft word
                                                 (1hr)
Chapter 1- Introduction Menu Bar, Tools
Unit II –Corel Draw                                                        (1.5 Credit) (22hr)

   Chapter 2- The Basics                                         (1.5hr)
   Chapter 3- Start-up and File Handling                         (1.5hr)
   Chapter 4- Rectangle and Ellipses                             (1.5hr)
   Chapter 5- Select, Move, Copy and Size                        (1.5hr)
   Chapter 6- Complex Shapes                                     (1.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Lines and Curves                                   (1.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Lines and Curves                                   (1.5hr)
   Chapter 9- Three Types of Nodes and Paths                     (1.5hr)
   Chapter 10- Page and Document Setup                           (1.5hr)
   Chapter 11- Color and Fills                                   (1.5hr)
   Chapter 12- Working with Text                                 (1.5hr)
   Chapter 13- Text special Effects                              (1.5hr)
   Chapter 14- Object Arrangement                                (2hr)
   Chapter 15- Symbols, Clip Art, and Bitmaps                    (2.5hr)
Unit III-Photoshop                                       (1 Credit 13 hr) (22 hrs)



   Chapter 16- Introduction to Photoshop                         (5hr)
   Chapter 17- Photoshop Menus                                   (5hr)
   Chapter 18- Color theory Photoshop Tools                      (5hr)
   Chapter 19- Photoshop Paths and Tools                         (6.5hr)
                                   Foundation courses
                                     (4 credit)(60hr)
Unit I Computer Literacy                                          (1.5 Credit) (22.5 hr)
  Chapter 1- Introduction to Computers, Components of Computer System,                   (1.5hr)
  Chapter 2- Number System (Binary, Decimal, Octal, Hexadecimal), ASCII Code.            (3hr)
  Chapter 3- Input Devices, Output Devices.                                              (1.5hr)
  Chapter 4- Operating System, Functions of Operating System, Types of Operating         (2hr)
             System, CUI & GUI, Tools & its working.
  Chapter 5- Basics of DBMS, Database applications.                                      (3.5hr)
  Chapter 6- MS Office – MS Word, its features & applications.                           (3hr)
  Chapter 7- MS Office – MS Excel, its features & applications.                          (4hr)
  Chapter 8- MS Office – MS PowerPoint, its features & applications.                     (4hr)


Unit II English Communication (Functional and language skill) (1.25 Credit)
                                                                 (18.25hr)

  Chapter 9- Sentence Formation                                                   (1.25hr)
  Chapter 10- Nouns                                                                      (2.5hr)
  Chapter 11- Verbs                                                                      (2.5hr)
  Chapter 12- Adjectives                                                                 (2.5hr)
  Chapter 13- Adverbs                                                                    (2.5hr)
  Chapter 14- Pronouns                                                                   (2.5hr)
  Chapter 15- Prepositions                                                               (2.5hr)
  Chapter 16- Conjunctions                                                               (2.5hr)
   Exercise: Paragraph writing, Letter writing, short stories


Life Skill                                                        (1.25 credit) (18.25hr)
  Chapter 17- Personality & Types.                                      (1.5hr)
  Chapter 18- Effective and Ineffective Communication                   (1.5hr)
  Chapter 19- Behavioral Skills.                                        (1.5hr)
  Chapter 20- Grooming                                                  (1.5hr)
  Chapter 21- Moral ethics                                              (1.5hr)

  Chapter 22- Communication and basics                                  (1.5hr)
  Chapter 23- Essentials & Types of Communication                       (1.5hr)
  Chapter 24- Effective and Ineffective Communication   (1.5hr)

ENTREPRENEURIAL Skill
  Chapter 25- Leadership & Theories                     (1.75hr)
  Chapter 26- Time Management                           (2hr)
  Chapter 27- Conflict                                  (2hr)
                                       Semester II
                                    (16 credit) (480 hr)
                         Paper I Design application in fashion
                                  (2 credit) (30 hr)

Unit I -About Fashion                                                   (1 credit) (15hr)

   Chapter 1- Fashion World                                   (7.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Fashion show                                    (7.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Fashion and Society                             (7.5hr)


Unit II- Fashion in society                                   (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Fashion leaders                                 (2.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Fashion lines                                   (2.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Fashion in films and television                 (2.5hr)


Unit III –Fashion management                               (.5 credit)        (7.5hr)

   Chapter 1- Retail and PR                                   (2.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Public relations                                (2.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Buyers                                          (2.5hr)
                   Paper II Fashion Illustration and Appreciation
                                  (2 credit) (30 hr)


Unit I -Fashion Illustration                                                (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Designing of theme based garments.                                     (3.75hr)
   Chapter 2- Illustrating garments on Themes like Culture, Environment, Historical (3.75hr)
              Monuments, Seasons, signs and symbols, flora and fauna, color schemes, fusion,
              traditional embroideries, traditional fabrics, festivals, college wear, office wear,
              bridal wear, etc


Unit II –Fashion Trends                                                     (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 3- Contemporary Indian fashion.                                                  (2.5hr)
   Chapter 4- The prevalent fashion trends- fashion elements and accessories                (2.5hr)
   Chapter 5- Listing, collecting and illustrating the prevalent fashion elements.          (2.5hr)
   Chapter 6- Use of prevalent fashion trends in creating more innovative dresses           (2.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Illustrating the innovative dresses by the use of appropriate mediums and (5hr)
              different presentation skills.


Unit III-Fashion Designers                                                  (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Appreciation of any five Indian fashion Designers                             (1.5hr)
   Chapter 9- Collecting and illustrating the work of these Indian designers                (1.5hr)


   Chapter 10- Brief history on the work of these designers.                               (1.5hr)


   Chapter 11- The famous and celebrated designs of these designers                        (1.5hr)


   Chapter 12- The shows, studios, and expertise of these designers.                        (1.5hr)
                Paper III Pattern Drafting & Construction Method
                                         (3credit) (45r)

Unit I -      Drafting techniques                                     (.25 credit) (3.75 hr)

       Chapter 1- Standard measurement charts for children.                                   (.5hr)
       Chapter 2- Taking measurements.                                                        (.5hr)
       Chapter 3- Drafting construction tools.                                                (.5hr)
       Chapter 4- Basic grain lines, Basic hand stitches, Machine stitches, fastening,

       Necklines, Tucks, Plackets, Pockets, Cuff,Waistbands, Zippers,Hems,Trimming (2.25hr)


Unit II -Garment construction                                 (1.25 credit) (18.75)
     Chapter 5- Drafting and construction of Basic bodice block of a child.                   (1hr)
     Chapter 6- Drafting and construction of sleeves- plain, puffed, flare, leg o’ mutton, (10hr)
                ruffle, cap, raglan, drop shoulder, epaulette, tulip, hanky, Bushirt,
                Magyar, kimono, Dolman, shirred, bell, bishop, lantern.
     Chapter 7- Drafting and construction of Collars – Peter pan, cape, bias, flat tennis, (7.75hr)
                sailors, Chelsea, bishop, shawl, wing, shirt, rippled, Chinese, coat, cowl.
Unit III-Dress Designing                                      (1.25 credit) (18.75)
       Chapter 8- Drafting and construction of Kids casual wears- slip and panty, romper(5hr)
       Chapter 9- Drafting and construction of frocks( A line, circular, frock with yoke, (5hr)
                  frock with empire, normal and low waist line)
       Chapter 10- Drafting and construction of skirts- gathered, novelty gathered, two (5hr)
                  tied, pleated( knife, box, inverted, sunray, kick), straight, a- line,
                  pegged, tulip, circular, gored, handkerchief, hip rider, trumpet, slashed

       Chapter 11- Drafting and construction of Jumpsuit.                                     (3.75)
                           Paper IV: Traditional Indian Textiles
                                        (2 credit) (30r)


Unit I - Indian traditional textiles Embroider                    (1 credit) (15)


       Chapter 1- Kasida,                                                    (1.5hr)
       Chapter 2- ChickenKari                                                (1.5hr)
       Chapter 3- Kantha                                                     (1.5 hr)
       Chapter 4- Phulkari                                                   (1.5hr)
Traditional embroideries
       Chapter 5- Chamba rumal                                               (1.5hr)
       Chapter 6- Kathiawar                                                  (1.5hr)
       Chapter 7- Kutch                                                      (1.5hr)
       Chapter 8- Gujarati                                                   (1.5hr)
       Chapter 9- Sindhi                                                     (1hr)
       Chapter 10- Gold                                                      (1hr)
       Chapter 11- Silver embroidery.                                        (1hr)
    Fabric, Colours, motifs, stitches used in Indian traditional embroidery.
    Practical - preparation of embroidery samples of various states of India- Phulkari,
       Chickenkari, Kantha, Kasida, Chamba Rumal, Kathiawar, Kutch, Gujarati, Sindhi, Gold
       and silver work- Lurex, Bead work, Nakshi, Dabka, Mukaish, etc.
Unit II - Indian traditional Woven textiles                   (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 12- kota                                                          (1.5hr)
   Chapter 13- Baluchaar                                                     (1.5hr)
   Chapter 14- Brocade                                                       (1.5hr)
   Chapter 15- Kangiveram                                                    (1.5hr)
   Chapter 16- Chanderi Tangail                                              (1.5hr)
        Brief history of these textiles.
        Colours and motifs used in these Indian traditional textiles.
        Production processes of various woven Indian textiles.


Unit III-Printed -Hand block printing                          (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 17- Sanganeri                                           (1.5hr)
Indian traditional Dyed textiles
   Chapter 18- Ikkat                                               (1.5hr)
   Chapter 19- Patola                                              (1.5hr)
   Chapter 20- Tie and dye                                         (1.5hr)
Indian traditional Painted textiles
   Chapter 21- Kalamkari                                           (1.5hr)
        Brief history of these textiles
        Colours, motifs, stitches used in these Indian textiles
        Production processes of various dyed, printed and painted Indian textiles.
                         Paper V Computer aided designing –II

                                        (3 credit) (45 hr)

Unit I-Adobe illustrator                                                     (1 credit) (15hr)

       Chapter 1- Illustrator Basics                               (1.5hr)
       Chapter 2- Working with objects                             (1.5hr)
       Chapter 3- Geometric objects                                (1.5hr)
       Chapter 4- Working with palettes                            (1.5hr)
       Chapter 5- Transformations                                  (1.5hr)
       Chapter 6- Co lour in illustrator                           (1.5hr)
       Chapter 7- Toolbox                                          (1.5hr)
       Chapter 8- Using pen tool                                   (1.5hr)
       Chapter 9- Using mesh tool                                  (1.5hr)
Unit II -Tuka cad                                            (1 credit) (15hr)
       Chapter 10- Tuka design lesson book                         (2hr)
       Chapter 11- Computer pattern Basics                         (1.5hr)
       Chapter 12- Points and Lines                                (1.5hr)
       Chapter 13- Moving lines                                    (2hr)
       Chapter 14- Mirroring lines                                 (1.5hr)
       Chapter 15- Darts                                           (2hr)
       Chapter 16- Drills and notches                              (2hr)
       Chapter 17- Grading Tuka grade                              (2.5hr)
Unit III-Shortcut keytables                                  (1 credit) (15hr)


       Chapter 18- System toolbar                                  (1hr)
       Chapter 19- Marker toolbar                                  (1hr)
       Chapter 20- Notch                                           (1hr)
       Chapter 21- Alignment toolbar                               (1hr)
       Chapter 22- Placement toolbar                               (1hr)
       Chapter 23- Group toolbar                                   (1hr)
       Chapter 24- Piece toolbar                                   (1hr)
       Chapter 26- File menu piece menu                            (1hr)
       Chapter 27- Holes and internal contours                     (1hr)
Chapter 28-Marker menu     (1hr)
Chapter 29-Grouping menu   (1hr)
Chapter 30-View menu       (1hr)
Chapter 31-Options menu    (1hr)
Chapter 32-Nesting menu    (1hr)
Chapter 33-Help menu       (1hr)
                                   Foundation course
                                      (4 credits) (60hr)

 Unit I Computer Literacy                                          (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)

   Chapter 1- Introduction to Software, Types of Software.                               (2.5hr)
   Chapter 2- Data types, Memory, Memory Organization, RAM, ROM, Secondary               (4hr)
              Storage Devices
   Chapter 3- Magnetic Disks, CD ROM, DVD, Hard Disk etc.                                (3.5hr)
   Chapter 4- Relationship between S/W & H/W.                                            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 5- Data Communication, Transmission Basics, Mode of transmission etc.         (2.5hr)
   Chapter 6- Local Area Network, Wide AREA Network, MAN.                                (2.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Topologies of LAN (Bus, Star, Tree, Ring, Mesh)                            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Introduction to Internet. Its working, Internet Tools, browsers, protocols &(2.5hr)
              plug in, World Wide Web (WWW), Search engines, Viruses etc.
Unit II English Communication (Functional and language skill) (1 credit)
                                                                 (15hr)
   Chapter 9- Number                                                                     (2.5hr)
   Chapter 10- Gender                                                                    (2.5hr)
   Chapter 11- Strong and weak verbs                                                     (2.5hr)
   Chapter 12- Articles                                                                  (2.5hr)
   Chapter 13- Tenses                                                                    (5hr)
Exercise: Notices, Reports, Minutes, Agendas and G.D skills and G.D


Unit III Life Skill                                                (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)
      Chapter 15- Social Etiquettes                                                      (2.5hr)
      Chapter 16- Attitude Development                                                   (2.5hr)
      Chapter 17- Mannerism                                                              (2.5hr)
      Chapter 18- Mannerism                                                              (2.5hr)
      Chapter 19- Verbal Communication                                                   (2.5hr)

      Chapter 20- Listening Skills &Negotiation Skills Non –Verbal Communication         (2.5hr)
ENTREPRENEURIAL Skill
   Chapter 21- Goal Achievement                                                          (2.5hr)
   Chapter 22- Problem Solving                                                           (2.5hr)
   Chapter 23- Decision Making                                                           (2.5hr)
                                          Semester III
                                       (16credits) (480hr)
                            Paper I: Textile Dyeing and Printing
                                        (2 credit) (30 hr)

Unit I -Dyeing                                                      (.5 credit) (7.5hr)


       Chapter 1- Theory of Dyeing Process like tie and Dye                           (2.5hr)
       Chapter 2- Natural dyes                                                        (2.5hr)
       Chapter 3- synthetic dyes                                                      (2.5hr)


Unit II -Details of dyeing                                          (.5 credit) (7.5hr)


       Chapter 4- Methods of Dyeing                                                   (2.5hr)
       Chapter 5- Defects of dyeing.                                                  (2.5hr)
       Chapter 6- Care of fabrics.                                                    (2.5hr)


Unit III-Printing                                                      (1 credit) (15hr)


       Brief description of printing methods and styles                                         (2.5hr)
       Chapter 7- Direct printing, discharge printing Batik printing- wax resistant dyeing.(2.5hr)
       Chapter 8- Screen Printing- its types and methods.                                       (2hr)
       Chapter 9- Block printing – dyes, method of dyeing.                                      (2hr)
       Chapter 10- Processes of Printing.                                                       (1hr)


       Practical projects                                                                       (5hr)
   - Samples of all the processes of tie and dye, batik, screen and block printing.
                               Paper II Fashion Presentation
                                       (2 credit) (30 hr)
Unit I -Introduction to fashion presentation                         (.75 credit) (11.25hr)
   Chapter 1- Creating Survey Boards.                                                        (1hr)
   Chapter 2- Creating Mood boards- its application in designing costumes                   (1.75hr)
   Chapter 3- Theme boards- its direct relation to creating designs of costumes.             (1.5hr)
   Chapter 4- Client boards - the study of peculiar characteristics of a client to design    (1.5hr)
              special costumes for him/ her.
   Chapter 5- Swatch boards- Use of swatches in surface texture of the designed              (1.5hr)
              costumes.
   Chapter 6- Creating Lines- lines with similar themes, similar fabrics, and similar        (1.5hr)
              surface ornamentation.
   Chapter 7- Collage Work- collage on the dress, collage on the background, use of          (1.5hr)
              collage in fashion illustration.
   Chapter 8- Theme based illustrations- themes could be picked up from nature,              (1.5hr)
              surroundings, objects, events, celebrities, sports, Jewellery, toys, etc.
Unit II -Accessory designing                                         (.75 credit) (11.25hr)
   Chapter 9- Fashion Accessory Designing                                                    (1hr)
   Chapter 10- Designing and illustrating Jewellery- using various mediums like pearls, (2hr)
                beads, gold and silver, diamonds, wires, flowers, net, etc.
   Chapter 11- Designing and illustrating head gears- using various mediums like             (2hr)
              leather, cane, pearls, beads, wood, wires, velvet, flowers, net, etc
   Chapter 12- Designing and illustrating Belts using various mediums like leather,          (2hr)
              cane, pearls, beads, gold and silver, diamonds, wires, net, macramé etc.
   Chapter 13- Designing and illustrating Footwear of all types using different mediums(2hr)
   Chapter 14- Designing and illustrating Bows and ties on different dresses.               (1.25hr)
   Chapter 15- Illustrating different Hairstyles                                             (1hr)
Unit III- Design for fashion show                                             (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 16- Design Studio- designing dresses based on different themes for a fashion(2.5hr)
                 show
   Chapter 17- Study of the basic aspects of a fashion show- the background, the lights, (2.5hr)
                the ramp, the accessories, the make-up, the fabric, surface ornamentation, etc.
   Chapter 18- Designing and illustrating lines for a fashion show.                          (2.5hr)
   Paper III Advance Drafting, Draping and construction technique
                                      (3 credit) (45 hr)
Unit I -Type of drafting                                            (.25 credit) (3.75hr)
          Chapter 1- Metric method of drafting of bodice and sleeve of a child             (1hr)
          Chapter 2- Metric method of drafting of bodice and sleeve of an adult.           (1hr)
          Chapter 3- Application of metric method in drafting any one innovative          (1.75hr)
                     sleeve, collar and skirt.
Unit II - Basic Draping                                     (1.25 credit) (18.75hr)
      Chapter 4- Draping method of drafting.                                               (.75hr)
      Chapter 5- Draping of bodice, yokes, cowls, etc. on a body form using muslin         (3hr)
                cloth, and later creating a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.
      Chapter 6- Draping of sleeves and collars on a body form using muslin cloth, and (3hr)
                later creating a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.
      Chapter 7- Draping of skirts on a body form using muslin cloth, and later creating (3hr)
                a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.
      Chapter 8- Draping and creating muslin and paper patterns of Different Costumes (5hr)
      Chapter 9- Dart Manipulations                                                        (4hr)
Unit III -Advance garment Draping                           (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)
      Chapter 10- Construction of Innovative upper and lower Garments for kids and         (2.5hr)
                 ladies
      Chapter 11- Use of dart manipulations- dart control, multiple dart control,          (2.5hr)
                  multiple dart and tuck method, pivot method in making patterns of clothes.
      Chapter 12- Each student must construct at least ten different garments in this      (5hr)
                  semester.
      Chapter 13- The garments will be designed on different themes (e.g. office wear, (5hr)
                   night wear, party wear, or based on elements like tucks, embroidery,
                   ribbons and frills, etc. or based on concepts like fusion wear, traditional
                   wear etc.)
      Chapter 14- Each garment will be tailored after making a design, working details, (2.5hr)
                  specification sheet, and paper pattern.
      Chapter 15- Grading will also be done for bigger and smaller sizes.                  (2.5hr)
      Chapter 16- After the cutting and sewing of the garment, student will also be        (2.5hr)
                 taught quality control check, finishing and packaging of the garment.
                            Paper IV: Apparel quality control
                                     (2 credit) (30 hr)


Unit I Inspection process                                       (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
       Chapter 1- Introduction to Quality Control               (2hr)
       Chapter 2- Inspection                                    (2hr)
       Chapter 3- In-Process Inspection                         (2hr)
       Chapter 4- Final Inspection                              (1.5hr)




Unit II -Fabric testing                                         (1 credit) (15hr)
       Chapter 5- Textile testing and Product Evaluation        (5hr)
       Chapter 6- Colorfastness                                 (5hr)
       Chapter 7- Labeling of apparel and Textiles              (2.5hr)
       Chapter 8- Impact of Advanced Apparel Manufacturing      (2.5hr)




Unit III-Detail of quality control                              (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
       Chapter 9- Technology on Quality Control                 (2.5hr)
       Chapter 10- Tools of Quality control                     (2.5hr)
       Chapter 11- Current concepts in Quality management       (2.5hr)
             Paper V Computer Graphics for Fashion Designing
                                   (3 credit) (45 hr)
   Unit I - Introduction to Coordinate Frames and Color Theory (1 credit) (15hr)
Chapter 1- Points, Vectors and Lines. Two dimensional Cartesian reference frames, (7.5hr)
           Screen Coordinates, Three dimensional Cartesian reference frames.
           Introduction to Color Theory Introduction to Color Modes
   Mastering Computer Graphics Skill using Corel Draw
   Introduction to CorelDraw
Chapter 2- Introduction to Vector and Raster Graphics Type. Starting CorelDraw, (7.5hr)
            Introduction to Corel Draw Menu, Introduction to CorelDraw Page
            Setup. Introduction to various tools of CorelDraw
   Unit II - Working with Shapes, Lines, Texts & Objects                 (1 credit) (15hr)
Chapter 3- Creating rectangles, squares, Circles, Ellipses, Polygons, Starts and      (7.5hr)
           Spirals, Selecting Fill and Outlines to any shape. Moving & Rotating Shapes
           freely and to Fixed angles. Drawing Curve and Straight Lines, Creating Simple
           and Artistic Texts. Formatting Texts by changing Font, Size and Shape of Text.
           Rotating texts, Assigning a Fill Color to text, Assigning outline color to text.
           Creating Paragraph Text, Aligning Texts, Adjusting Line & Letter Spacing in the
           paragraph text. Spell checking and finding and replacing texts. Selecting Single
           and Multiple Objects, Duplicating Objects, Grouping Objects, Trimming Objects,
           Locking and Unlocking Objects, Aligning Objects.
   Working with outlines and Fills
Chapter 4- Introduction to outlines, Defining outline width using Outline Flyout,     (7.5hr)
           Outline, Pen Dialog Box, Setting the Line Cap Style, Changing the Outline Color,
           Introduction to Fills, Uniform Fill, Fountain Fill, Tow-Color Fountain Fill, Preset
           Fountain Fill, Pattern Fills, Two-Color, Full Color and Bitmap Pattern Fills,
           Texture Fills, PostScript texture Fills.
   Unit III -Working with Curves                                          (1 credit) (15hr)
Chapter 5- Introduction to Curves, Nodes and Segments,, Drawing Freehand Tools, (5hr)
           Drawing Closed Curves, Curved Objects, Selecting Node on a Curved Object,
           Adding, Removing and joining Nodes. Bezier Tool, Drawing Curve with Bezier,
           Tool, Drawing Straight Line with Bezier Tools, Drawing with Artistic Media,
           Tools using Preset and Brush Mode. Calligraphic Mode, Pressure- Sensitive
           Mode, Object Sprayer.
   Special Effects
Chapter 6- Introduction to Special Effects, Blending Tool, Contouring Objects,      (5hr)
           Distorting Objects, Envelop Tool, Extruding of the object, Vector Extrusion. Drop
           Shadow, Creating Drop Shadow, Changing Color of Drop Shadows, Removing
           Drop Shadows. Applying Lenses, Applying Perspectives.
Chapter 7- Layouts (Development of different types of Boards)                       (5hr)
           Drawing Basic Male, Female and Kids Figure in Corel Draw with Grids and
           Guidelines and Converting them into Objects Drawing Basic Figure Forms (
           Legs, Arms, Heat etc…) with Grids and Guidelines and Converting them into
           Objects. Saving and exporting Images. Printing Images
                                   Foundation course
                                      (4 credits) (60hr)
Unit I Computer Literacy                                        (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Internet Fundamentals, Introduction to TCP/IP, Layers of TCP/IP.         (4hr)
   Chapter 2- IP Addresses, Intro to WWW, FTP, Telnet, SMTP, POP3, Surfing,            (4hr)
              Browsing.
   Chapter 3- Connectionless & Connection oriented protocols, Diff between OSI &       (7.5hr)
              TCP/IP,
   Chapter 4- Medium of Communication (Twisted & Untwisted Pair, OFC, Coaxial          (4hr)
              Cables).
   Chapter 5- Communication Satellites (GEO, LEO, MEO).                                (3hr)
Unit II English Communication (functional and language skill)                    (1 credit)
                                                                                 (15hr)
   Chapter 6- Antonyms                                                                 (2.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Heteronyms                                                               (2.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Synonyms                                                                 (2.5hr)
   Chapter 9- Pronunciations                                                           (4hr)
   Chapter 10- Punctuations                                                            (3.5hr)
   Exercise: Resume drafting, Facing Interview tips, Communication Tips


Unit III Life Skill                                             (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)

   Chapter 11- Interpersonal Skills                                                    (2.5hr)
   Chapter 12- Persuasive Skills                                                       (2.5hr)
   Chapter 13- SWOT Analysis                                                           (2.5hr)
   Chapter 14- Adaptability                                                            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 15- Voice Accent, Tone, Pitch                                               (2.5hr)
   Chapter 16- Voice Modulation                                                        (2.5hr)

   Chapter 17- Pronunciation & Conversational Skills                                   (2.5hr)

ENTREPRENEURIAL Skill
   Chapter 18- Attitude & Development                                                  (2hr)
   Chapter 19- Stress Management                                                       (2hr)
   Chapter 20- Emotional Intelligence                                                  (1.5hr)
                                    Semester IV
                                  (16 credits) (480)
                            Paper I Visual Merchandising
                                  (2 credit) (30 hr)
Unit I - Introduction to Visual Merchandising&Display                 (1 credit) (15hr)

          Chapter 1- Origin and Importance                                    (1hr)
          Chapter 2- Importance of Team work                                  (1.5hr)
          Chapter 3- Purpose and functions of display                         (2.5hr)
          Chapter 4- Types of displays                                        (2.5hr)
          Chapter 5- Display settings                                         (2.5hr)
          Chapter 6- Elements of Display                                      (2.5hr)
          Chapter 7- Common errors in a display                               (2.5hr)
Unit II-Display Ethics-                                                (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
       Chapter 8- Design principles - Balance, Rhythm, Unity (harmony), Emphasis, (3.75hr)
                  Proportion
       Chapter 9- Design Elements- Line, Form, Color, Pattern, Texture            (3.75hr)
Unit III- Store- As a Merchandise Space                               (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
       Chapter 10- Store design                                               (1.5hr)
       Chapter 11- Atmospherics for Store Design                              (1.5hr)
       Chapter 12- Signage and Graphics                                       (1.5hr)
       Chapter 13- Sound and Aroma                                            (1hr)
       Chapter 14- Mannequins                                                 (1hr)
       Chapter 15- PROPs                                                      (1.5hr)
                           Paper II: Fashion Merchandising
                                      (2 credit) (30 hr)


Unit I-Introduction To Merchandising                                  (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
      Chapter 1- Introduction to fashion merchandising- the activities involved (1.5hr)
      Chapter 2- Role of merchandiser, qualities of a merchandiser                 (2hr)
      Chapter 3- Responsibility of the fashion merchandiser                        (2hr)
      Chapter 4- Fashion calendar                                                  (2hr)


Unit II -Fashion Trend & forecasting                                         (1 credit) (15hr)
    Chapter 5- Trend prediction- fashion forecasting, trend/ colour forecasting    (2.5hr)
   Chapter 6- Sales forecasting                                                    (2.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Product selection and mix                                            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Distribution mix                                                     (2.5hr)
   Chapter 9- Distribution channels, from producer to ultimate consumer            (2.5hr)
   Chapter 10- Fashion supply chains- store retailing, non store retailing         (2.5hr)


Unit III-Buyer                                                               (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
    Chapter 11- Role and responsibility of the retail fashion buyer                (1.5hr)
    Chapter 12- Customer identification- customer profiling, and role of buyer     (2hr)
    Chapter 13- Supplier- retailer relationship                                    (2hr)
    Chapter 14- Sourcing & global sourcing                                         (2hr)
                         Paper III Knitwear Design Technology
                                       (2 credit) (30 hr)
Unit I -Basic knit structure                                                 (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 1- Knitted garments-introduction                                          (2.5hr)
   Chapter 2- Difference between woven and knitted structures                        (2.5hr)
   Chapter 3- Classification of knitted garments                                     (2.5hr)
   Chapter 4- Weft knitted fabrics- plain, rib, purl, etc.                           (2.5hr)
   Chapter 5- Warp knitted fabrics- tricot, Raschel, kitten Raschel , crochet,        (2.5hr)
              Milanese knit, simplex
   Chapter 6- Other knitted constructions- jacquard, pile, fleece, high pile, terry knit, (2.5hr)
              velour knit.
Unit II -Advance Knitting methods                                            (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Fully cut knitted garments- knit type, uses                            (1.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Fully fashioned knitted garments- knit type, uses                      (2hr)
   Chapter 9- Integral knitted garments- knit types, uses                            (2hr)
   Chapter 10- Cut stitch shaped knitted garments.- knit type, uses,                 (2hr)
               processes involved
Unit III-Technology                                                  (.5 credit) (7.5hr)
   Chapter 11- Seam and stitches used in knitting                                    (1.5hr)
   Chapter 12- Machinery used for knitted garments Flat bed, straight                (2hr)
              bar knitting
              machine, circular knitting machine,
   Chapter 13- Quality control                                                       (2hr)
   Chapter 14- Defects in knitted fabrics                                            (2hr)
                              Paper IV: Advance Design Studies
                                       (3 credit) (45 hr)
Unit I -About Western Fashion Designer                                        (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 1- Appreciation of Western Fashion                                                 (2.5hr)
   Chapter 2- A brief history of any five western designers                                   (2.5hr)
   Chapter 3- Collection and illustration of the work of these designers.                     (2.5hr)
   Chapter 4- The famous designs of these designers                                           (2.5hr)
   Chapter 5- Popular and celebrated shows of these designers                                 (2.5hr)
   Chapter 6- The studios and their expertise of these designers                              (2.5hr)
Unit II -Inspirational & Innovative Themes                                    (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 7- Inspirational Designing and Presentation                                        (7.5hr)
   Chapter 8- Designing on Innovative Themes like prose, poetry, historic moments,            (7.5hr)
              current issues, special days and occasions, festivals, celebrations, events,
              movements, historic periods, culture, traditional costumes, traditional textile
              designs, etc.
Unit III-Advance Fashion Designing                                            (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 9- Designing for a Fashion Show                                                    (7.5hr)
   Chapter 10- Creating lines on different themes, using different fabrics- (e.g., silk,      (7.5hr)
              velvet, satin, lace, chiffon, jute, leather) accessories-(e.g., hats, bells, jewellery,
              tattooing, shoes, bows and belts) , silhouettes- (e.g. ,barrel, funnel, a line, straight,
              capsule, circular, boat, etc.) colours- (e.g. ,monochromatic, rainbow, neutrals
              black and white, warm, cool, analogous, complimentary) designs, etc.
           Paper V Pattern Drafting, Grading & Construction Studies
                                      (3 credit) (45 hr)
Unit I -Drafting with Designing & grading(Skirts)                          (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 1- Designing of fifteen different skirts using fabrics, mediums, silhouettes,   (2.5hr)
              surface ornamentation of various types.
   Chapter 2- Layout and marker making of any of these five Different Skirts               (2.5hr)
   Chapter 3- Pattern Making and construction of these five Skirts                         (2.5hr)
   Chapter 4- Grading should be done for bigger and smaller sizes.                         (7.5hr)
Unit II-       Drafting with Designing & grading(Dresses)                  (1 credit) (15hr)
   Chapter 5- Designing of at least ten, one pc. Dresses using fabrics, mediums,           (3hr)
              silhouettes, surface ornamentation of various types.
   Chapter 6- Layout and marker making of any two of these dresses on smaller scale.       (3hr)
   Chapter 7- Pattern Making of these two, one piece dresses on full scale, using flat     (3hr)
              form or draping method of drafting. The pattern to be marked properly.
   Chapter 8- Construction of this two, one pc. Dresses using appropriate tailoring        (3hr)
              techniques.
   Chapter 9- Grading should be done for bigger and smaller sizes.                         (3hr)


Unit III-Construction of Fashion garment                                   (1 credit) (15hr)
       Chapter 10- Designing of any two garments for a fashion show.                       (5hr)
       Chapter 11- Construction of these two garments.                                     (5hr)
       Chapter 12- The theme of the garment should be specified. It should be              (5hr)
    an innovative creation and not a copy work. The theme should be researched well and it
   should reflect in the dress, either in the color, or surface texture, or silhouette, or surface
   ornamentation, or the accessories accompanying the dress.
                                    Foundation course
                                     (4 credits) (60hr)

Unit I Computer Literacy                                          (1.5 credit) (22.5hr)
   Chapter 1- Basics of Web Pages, Email, FAX, Body of Mails etc.              (3hr)
   Chapter 2- HTML Basics, Page Structure, Tags etc.                           (3hr)
   Chapter 3- HTML Editors, Colors, Text , Hyper Links, Images.                (3hr)
   Chapter 4- Headers & Footers, Tags Related to Body etc.                     (3hr)
   Chapter 5- Attributes of Body & other Tags.                                 (3hr)
   Chapter 6- List , OL & UL Tags.                                             (3.5hr)
   Chapter 7- Tables, Tags of Tables etc.                                      (4hr)
Unit II English Communication (Communication Skills)(1.25 credit) (18.75hr)
   Chapter 8- Round Table Discussions                                         (3hr)
   Chapter 9- G D Rules                                                       (3hr)
   Chapter 10- PPT Presentations                                              (3hr)
   Chapter 11- Faxing                                                         (3hr)
   Chapter 12- Email Drafting                                                 (3hr)
   Chapter 13- Body language                                                  (3.75hr)


Unit II Life Skill                                                (1.25 credit) (18.75hr)
   Chapter 14- Cultural Diversity                                             (1.25hr)
   Chapter 15- Character Building                                             (1.5hr)
   Chapter 16- Aptitude Development                                           (2hr)
   Chapter 17- Failure and Success Management                                 (2hr)
   Chapter 18- Group Discussion                                               (2hr)
   Chapter 19- Presentations                                                  (2hr)
   Chapter 20- Interview Handling Skills                                      (2hr)

ENTREPRENEURIAL Skill
   Chapter 21- Team Building                                                   (2hr)
   Chapter 22- Character Building                                             (2hr)
   Chapter 23- Motivation & Theories                                          (2hr)