VET BVL Polytechnic

Department of Apparel Design and Fabrication Technology


VISION

Catering individual creativity to the world of fashion, creating the momentum of growing anticipation about the future, where change is embraced as a step closer to that very compelling picture of what’s coming next, to encourage entrepreneurship with the aim of creating employment.

MISSION

  • To empower students to have satisfying and fruitful career in the fashion industry.
  • To equip the students with basics of fashion industry which would in turn help them pursue higher students.
  • To empower students with ample knowledge to start small scale Industries or self help groups.
  • To encourage entrepreneurial skills and technical knowledge for National and International Fashion Centers and apparel industry.

SKILL AREAS

  • Sketching.
  • Painting
  • Dyeing / Printing.
  • Boutique Management
  • Draping
  • Embroidery.
  • Pattern making
  • Creating designer wears

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Lateral Entry to B.Sc(FAD)
  • Jobs in garments/fashion industry as

  • Designer
  • Merchandiser
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Quality Controller
  • Freelance Designers
  • Visual Merchandisers
  • CAD Operators.
  • Pattern Makers.
  • Textile Designers.

Course Content

Semester I

  • Pattern illustration-I
  • Fundamentals of sewing techniques
  • Fashion Fundamentals
  • Pattern draft and construction-I lab
  • Basic sewing construction lab
  • Fashion sketching & colour

Semester II

  • Communication Skills in English
  • Pattern illustration (GG)
  • Fiber science
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Pattern draft and construction-II
  • Apparel construction

Semester III

  • Pattern illustration-III (BG)
  • Basic embellishment and knitting
  • Apparel machineries
  • Fabric structure
  • Pattern and apparel construction-BG III
  • Basic embellishment and knitting lab
  • Fabric structure lab

Semester IV

  • Pattern illustration- IV (MG)
  • Advanced embellishment and knitting
  • Fabric texture
  • Professional ethics & Indian constitution
  • Pattern and apparel construction lab-IV
  • Advanced embellishment and knitting lab
  • Fabric texture lab

Semester V

  • Pattern illustration-V
  • Indian Textiles & Crafts
  • Apparel Production
  • Pattern draft & Apparel Construction-V
  • Indian Textile & Craft
  • Professional Practice
  • Project Work
  • InPlant Training

Semester VI

  • Advanced Pattern Illustration-VI
  • Fashion merchandising & Retail Management
  • Entrepreneurship development
  • Apparel Pattern & Apparel Construction-VI
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Elective
  • Project work
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