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Fashion & Technology

The 1 year Diploma in Fashion Technology offer a condensed yet comprehensive curriculum that covers various aspects of the fashion industry. The program focuses on honing specific skills required in the fashion industry. Participants learn about fashion illustration, garment construction, pattern making, Trend analysis, and Fashion styling techniques, Fabric knowledge and soft wares related to Fashion Designing. These practical skills enable individuals to express their creativity and execute fashion ideas effectively. Guest lectures, workshops, and industry visits includes in the curriculum provide valuable networking opportunities and foster an understanding of the real-world fashion landscape.

This program can act as a stepping stone into the fashion industry. It provides a solid foundation for pursuing further studies or starting a career in various fashion-related fields such as fashion design, Fashion styling, Fashion merchandising, fashion journalism, and retail management.

Course Overview

Semester 1

  • Fashion Illustration
  • Basic Pattern Making
  • Garment Construction
  • Trend and Market Study
  • Basic Textiles
  • Design softwares

Semester 2

  • Advance Pattern Making
  • Fashion Retail Industry
  • Soft skills
  • Portfolio Presentation
  • Advance Design Software (Clo 3D)
  • Industry Internship

Interior Design Diploma Course

An interior design diploma program provides you with a comprehensive foundation in the principles and techniques of interior design, preparing you for a career in this creative and dynamic field. This program typically combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills to help you develop a strong understanding of design concepts, space planning, materials, and industry standards.

Throughout the program, you can expect to learn about various aspects of interior design, including color theory, furniture design, lighting, textiles, architectural drafting, computer-aided design (CAD), and project management. You will also explore different design styles and historical influences to broaden your design perspective.

The curriculum includes hands-on studio projects, where you'll have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills to create innovative and functional interior spaces. These projects may involve designing residential, commercial, or hospitality environments, considering factors such as user needs, aesthetics, sustainability, and building codes.

Additionally, you may have the chance to collaborate with industry professionals, visit design studios, and participate in internships or work placements to gain practical experience and build valuable networks.

By the end of the diploma program, you should have a strong portfolio showcasing your design abilities and a solid foundation to pursue positions in interior design firms, architectural firms, or even start your own design practice. This program equips you with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field of interior design and create aesthetically pleasing, functional, and innovative spaces for various clients and projects.

Course Overview

Semester 1 M

  • Spatial Planning
  • Design Principles
  • Design Drawing - Plans, Elevations, Sections
  • Building Materials
  • Structural Elements (Wall, ceiling, staircase, etc.)
  • Joineries and details
  • Anthropometry
  • Design Software

Semester 2

  • Interior Services (Plumbing, Lighting, Electrical)
  • Residential Design, Office Interiors, Hospitality and Retail Design
  • BoQ and Estimation
  • Professional Practice
  • Interior Design Project Management
  • Furniture Design
  • Advance Software