The Apparel Design discipline emphasises on process-centric learning and addresses current and emerging concerns for functionality, environment; socio-economic development through exploration of materials, techniques and technology. The programme aims at educating individuals to be creative and responsible designers, competent to handle multiple aspects of today’s highly competitive and diverse apparel Industry.
Following a foundation semester, students are given area-specific inputs which gradually increase in complexity. A broad knowledge base is created through subjects like ‘History of Costume and Fashion Design’, ‘Science and Liberal Arts’ and ‘Design Management’. Skills and conceptual abilities are developed through project-based learning where students are encouraged to pursue their creative abilities. Through ‘learning by doing’, interdisciplinary interaction and research-based learning, students enhance their ability to work in a team and as professionals. Graduates seek work in various sectors of the apparel industry as entrepreneurs, freelance designers and other roles.Read More