SOUTH DELHI
POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN

Established in 1963

 

Our Golden Jubilee Year :1963 - 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Department of Textile and Apparel Design

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

• Designers in the Textile Mills
• Designers of Floor Covering
   (Carpets and Durries)
• Designers for Block and Screen Prints
• Designers for Hand Painted Textiles
• Designers for Power Loom Industry
• Designers for Hand Loom Industry
• Designers for Embroidery work
• Export House Coordinators
• Freelance Designers
• Garment Entrepreneurs
• Fabric Illustrator for Fashion   Designers
• Museum Assistants in Textile Section
• Stylist for TV and Design Houses
• Manager for Design Studios
• Quality Controllers

 

  • A historic department that still has quality employment options, in the Industry.
  • The firm grounding in basics and sophisticated skills gets you jobs with steady earnings.
  • Due to classes in Cloth Construction & Apparel-Wear, you can open your own boutique or Studio.
  • The invaluable heritage of Indian textiles, enables a professional to participate in the Global Economy.
  • This is the art field for you, if you wish to succeed in real terms - and not just follow the fashion herd or blind trends.

CURRICULUM MODULES

ONE YEAR
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
BASIC DESIGN BASIC DESIGN

Understanding the elements and principles
of Fabric Design.

DESIGN
& COLOURWAYS-I

To evolve new design and colour ways for printed & woven textile.

DESIGN
& COLOURWAYS-II


More specialised coordination of design & colour techniques are done.
COLOUR
& TEXTURAL STUDIES

COLOUR
& TEXTURAL
STUDIES

Study of colours & textures and their creative application-upon design.

WEAVING
TECHNOLOGY-I

This is construction of fibre to fabric, and creating samples of various weaves.

WEAVING
TECHNOLOGY-II
TEXTILE CRAFT
TEXTILE CRAFT- I

We study and learn the various intricate genes of craft in our country and elsewhere.

TEXTILE CRAFT-II

The actual construction of Textile from fibre to fabric.

SURVEY PROJECT

A thematic project is undertaken and / with survey studies, to hone trend or demands skills.
DYEING & PRINTING
TECHNOLOGY
NATURE STUDY

Depiction of various life forms from Nature ( incl. flowers, fruits, leaves, veggies, birds & animals ), that eventually contribute to production of design and motifs.
DYEING & PRINTING
TECHNOLOGY-I

Study of various dyeing and printing techniques, and their role and application- in the Industry.
DYEING & PRINTING
TECHNOLOGY-II

Advanced tools and techniques for a more superior finished production.
TEXTILE HERITAGE STUDIES TEXTILE HERITAGE STUDIES-I

Study of the (world famous!) textile traditions or heritage of India and elsewhere.

TEXTILE HERITAGE STUDIES-II

A more indepth study of Textile Art's enduring history and their contemporary relevant evolution.

PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Costing, marketing and other managerial tools much needed for setting up or working for a successful Business Enterprise.
APPAREL DESIGN

APPAREL
DESIGN-I

Understanding and handling equipment for design details and construction of Apparel. (Generally Kids wear, to begin with.)

APPAREL
DESIGN-II

Advance Studies in designing, devising and constructing Apparel for the expanding Textile Industry.
APPAREL
DESIGN-III

Specialised studies in creative apparel production, for original Designer's Creation with potential to be a collector's item or with limited edition.

TEXTILE MANUFACTURE

TEXTILE MANUFACTURE-I

Study of the theory of synthesis of fibre, yarns, fabrics and other associated requisite details.

TEXTILE MANUFACTURE-II

Advanced studies in the same field, for a deeper insight into the Textile Art.


TEXTILE PORTFOLIO

As Students prepare to enter the Textile Industry, their portfolio may be the most clinching factor in Job Requirement. As it will be a visual testimony of their capability to create coherent design on paper & computers.