SOUTH DELHI
POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN

Established in 1963

 

Our Golden Jubilee Year :1963 - 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Fashion Design & Merchandising

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Course Programme

  • One Year Diploma
  • Two Years Diploma
  • Three Years Diploma

• Fashion Designer
• Pattern Maker
• Fashion Merchandiser
• Fashion Coordinator
• Fabric Designer
• Self-Entrepreneur
• Quality Controller
• Fashion Consultant

 

  • Our Department takes credit for being pioneers. That is we were the first to start this course, in the capital city of India.
  • Our programme modules cover curriculum from conceptualization to
    execution.
  • The course contents channelise creativity, to meet regional and global
    fashion trends.
  • Internship offers genuine industrial exposure ,in the field.
  • Exciting opportunity to showcase your individual creation to the Industry - on the ramp, as a much awaited final  Fashion Presentation Event.

 

CURRICULUM MODULES

ONE YEAR
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR

APPAREL DESIGN

 

APPAREL DESIGN-I

Study of elements & principles of design, for Apparel Sector.

APPAREL DESIGN - II

Learning to combine components for female apparel & accessories.

APPAREL DESIGN - III

Advanced studies, in the same.

FASHION ART

 

FASHION
ILLUSTRATION-I

To develop visual perception and expression through figure drawing & rendering techniques.

FASHION
ILLUSTRATION-II

More stylised specialised skills are taught .

FASHION
ILLUSTRATION-III

Professional visual communicative skills are expressed with sophistication.
BASIC DESIGN

BASIC DESIGN

To imbibe and develop basic art skills, with colour concepts.

COMMERCIAL
PATTERN DEVELOPMENT

To study the utility and learn to produce, large-scale paper patterns for the industry.

GRADING & DRAPING STUDIES

Pattern making on 3-D forms, their qualified grading and eventual drapery exercises
upon virtual mannequins or real models.

PATTERN MAKING

Flat pattern making techniques for various garment designs.

PATTERN MAKING- I

Development & adaptation of patterns, for garment
construction.

PATTERN MAKING - II

Advanced drafting for adult garments & their manipulation for design.
PATTERN MAKING - III

Further specialised techniques for ramp wear and branded clothes.
GARMENT
CONSTRUCTION

Laying of patterns, cutting & construction.

GARMENT
CONSTRUCTION-I

Techniques of construction, for execution of garments.

GARMENT
CONSTRUCTION-II

Skills for superior sewing & finished edge.
GARMENT
CONSTRUCTION-III


How to handle fitting problems & other damage control strategies.

FASHION
FUNDAMENTALS

Knowledge of textiles, historic costumes and merchandising.

HISTORY OF
COSTUMES - I

A study of past fashion trends and their significance.


HISTORY OF COSTUMES - II

Awareness of costumes & accessories, during the past centuries.


APPAREL MARKETING

Retailing, distribution & promotion of Merchandise.

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TEXTILES STUDIES

Awareness & technical know- how of Textiles, for the Apparel Industry.

FASHION
MERCHANDISING

Understanding the terminology and workings of the Fashion Trade Industry.

SURFACE ORNAMENTATION

Skilled study of techniques of
enhancement of a finished fabric.

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FASHION
PRESENTATION

The Showcasing of an entire ensemble collection, on
the ramp. This is an exciting cumulative finale!