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Textile Design & Technology

Textile design forms the core of the whole business of fashion. the rapidly expanding activities in the export and domestic sectors of the Indian apparel and home furnishing industry demands professional inputs in design and development of textiles and raw material, which is responsible for 60-80% of the cost of the product. Textile design today is that strategic value adding activity that can make all the difference in transforming a fashion business into an economically viable and profitable proposition. The textile design program offered at INSD equips students with broad spectrum education in textiles while developing creativity, originality and design application in apparel and home fashion industries.

Career Paths:

  • Production development and management
  • Retail management apparel designing
  • Visual merchandising
  • Technical designing
  • Fashion writing and editing
  • Quality control
  • Museum collection management
  • Theatrical costuming operations manager Apparel sales representative
  • Patternmaker
  • Product developer
  • Fashion buyer
  • Fashion consultant
  • Textile research scientist
  • Technical designer
  • Store manager
  • Quality assurance evaluator
  • Costume designer

Programmes Offered: Bachelors, Masters and Diploma Programmes (In Technical Collaboration with SVU, UGC recognised university)

UG: Bachelors Programmes - B.Design- 4 years & Bachelors - 3 years ( Eligibility : 10+2 )

Year One

  • 1st Semester
  • Introduction to traditional textile
  • Textile fiber
  • Physical & chemical properties of fiber
  • Fiber manufacturing system
  • 2nd Semester
  • Yarn formation looms
  • Types of yarn
  • Basic weaves
  • Communication Skills

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester
  • Introduction to wet process
  • Advance weaving process
  • Industrial visit project on weaves
  • 4th Semester
  • Introduction to print process
  • Article on block printing
  • Stencil printing tie & dye
  • Market Dynamics

Year Three

  • 5th Semester
  • Knitting process
  • Finishing process
  • 6th Semester
  • Knitting process
  • Finishing process

Year Four

  • 7th Semester
  • Industry Projects
  • Enterprenuership
  • 8th Semester
  • Internship & On the Job Training
  • Market Dynamics

PG: Masters Progammes - M.Design & MBA ( Eligibility : Graduate )

Year One

  • 1st Semester
  • Textile theory
  • Fiber theory
  • Textile texture
  • Yarn process
  • 2nd Semester
  • Textile chemistry
  • Weaves process
  • Loom's process
  • Industrial visit project work

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester
  • Textile science (printing & dying)
  • Introduction to finishing advance weaving process
  • Finishing process articles on printing industrial visit
  • 4th Semester
  • Market Dynamics
  • Project on different visits
  • Knitting industrial visits
  • Project on woven & knitting fabrics

Advance Diploma - 2 year

Year One

  • 1st Semester
  • Introduction to looms
  • Basic weaves
  • Industrial visit
  • Introduction to wet process
  • 2nd Semester
  • Advance weaving process
  • Introduction to print process article & block printing
  • Stencil printing tie & dye

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester
  • Introduction to wet process
  • Advance weaving process
  • Industrial visit project on weaves
  • 4th Semester
  • Introduction to print process
  • Article on block printing
  • Stencil printing tie & dye
  • Market Dynamics

Diploma - 1 Year ( Eligibility : 10+2 )

Year One

  • 1st Semester
  • Traditional Indian textiles
  • Basic fiber study
  • Color texture physical & chemical properties of fiber
  • 2nd Semester
  • Fiber Manufacturing system
  • Yarn process
  • Yarn manufacturing
  • System types of yarn

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