Diploma in Fashion Designing
Diploma in Fashion Designing is a one year Diploma course for students who wish to do higher studies in knitwear designing and knit garment making and those working in the industry and aspiring to obtain an academic diploma. Fashion designing does not only mean designing dresses ,you can also opt for swimwear designing. You can specialise in footwear or accessories designing too.
Job opportunities After completion of this course the students will have following job opportunities in the industry:
Career opportunity after Diploma in Fashion Designing
After successful completion of the course, you can remain self-employed. Alternatively, several export houses, garment store chains, textile mills, leather companies, boutiques, fashion show organizers, jewellery houses and media houses recruit professionals interested in a career in fashion Designing. It is also a demanding career, as fashion designers need to combine their creativity with managerial skills to sustain in this industry. Thus, if you can create magic with colours, shapes and designs, then just obtain a professional course to begin a successful career in the alluring world of fashion designing.
Why Should you Join Us ?
Expert and Experienced Faculty
RDCPL's experienced and qualified faculty provides skill and knowledge to create the value. Faculty is guided by our Director, who has more than 30 years of industry experience with Corporate. From time to time experts from industry are also invited for workshop, to have interaction with the candidates. Industry expectations and their view from employer perspective are presented to make candidates more aware of.
Holistic Development Approach
RDCPL believe in imparting holistic education and training for overall development of the candidate. Interactions are held with each and every candidate on one to one basis to understand their strength and weakness. We believe that every individual is different and need personal attention and competence development and behavioural skills. Career Road-map is planned with students for sure success and growth. One of the key objectives of our delivery system is to empower individuals to contribute to their fullest once they are in their respective field.
Live Project Opportunity
RDCPL emphasize on knowledge and skills with hands-on-experience on live projects to provide real life exposure. Mentoring is done by industry experts to evaluate and assess the understanding and implementation capability of the candidate. Input is provided to student for further improvement. This equips a candidate and makes him/ her to be productive on day one once he/ she join the job.
Every long term program (One year or more) is designed to incorporate mandatory internship in the industry. Internship helps the students about corporate culture, working experience, to develop interpersonal skills, to gain hands-on experience and develop career-specific skills.
Today, more and more, employers are using work experiences as screening devices to assess the skills and abilities of prospective employees. Employers want that you've had some related experience before they consider you for a position. Having additional work experience before applying gives you an edge over other candidates in a competitive job market.
State-of-the-art infrastructure and Labs
RDCPL has one of the best infrastructure and labs for practical purpose and facility to provide hands-on-training. All our labs have been designed and setup in accordance with Govt. of India/ NSDC norms. Recently we have been authorised as Centre of Excellence for Smart City Communication Technologies, IOT, and Network Security etc.
Our key Training Programs (Degree/ Diploma and Certificate) are NSQF based and Govt. Recognized/ Certified. This certification is valid for Central Govt. /State Govt. Jobs.
RDCPL has developed strong industry connects in various fields. Employability is the mission of our all programs hence a dedicated Corporate Placement Cell assists our students to be successful in their career development and job placement activities.
FHistory of Fashion
Changing scenario of Indian costumes
Costumes and fashions in the Mohenjodaro period
Charleston era of lace, satin and silk
Independence movement and its influence in ushering in khadi
Christian Dior’s New Look of pencil slim skirt and its influence in India
Post independence era saying no to western fashion and creating a fashion
statement with choli blouses
Fabric, Colours, motifs, stitches used in Indian traditional embroidery
Woven Indian traditional textiles- (kota, baluchaar, brocade, kangiveram, chanderi, tangail )
Drafting and Patten Making
- Standard measurement charts for children
- Standard measurement charts for adults- male and female
- Taking measurements- three styles of taking measurement, areas of measurements
- Drafting tools
- Basic grain lines-straight, off and bias
- Basic bodice block of a child
- sleeves- plain, puffed, flare, leg o’ mutton, ruffle, cap, raglan, drop shoulder, epaulette, tulip, hanky, Bushirt, Magyar, kimono, Dolmon, shirred, bell, bishop, lantern.
- Collars – Peter pan, cape, bias, flat tennis, sailors, Chelsea, bishop, shawl, wing, shirt, rippled, Chinese, coat, cowl.
- Drafting of Kids -slip and panty and romper
- Drafting of frocks( A line, circular, frock with yoke, frock with empire, normal and low waist line)
- Drafting of skirts- gathered, novelty gathered, two tied, pleated (knife, box, inverted, sunray, kick), straight, a- line, pegged, tulip, circular, gored, handkerchief, hip rider, slashed
- Drafting of a Jumpsuit
- Designing of all kinds of casual and formal wear garments for children (romper, frock, skirt, night suit, sundress, jumpsuit)
Paper patterns of all kinds of casual and formal wear garments for children (romper, frock, skirt, night suit, sundress, ), on full scale, with all specifications.
Pattern Drafting, Grading & Construction
Market survey of fabrics, buttons, laces and other trimmings used in garment construction
Tailoring techniques- basic hand stitches, seams and seam processes, neckline finishes, pockets, plackets, tucks, fasteners, frills
child garments on different themes
adult garments on different themes
Kurti ( High & Low ,Side Slit , Umbrella , Front Slit , Angrakha , Flarred)
Salwar ( Semi Patiala , Patiala , Dhoti , A-line Plazo, Pant Plazo,Tuy tlip )
Blouse ( Belt ,Choli Cut, Princess )
Gents Kurta Pajama
Ready to wear saree
Gents pant Shirt
- Importance of Computer Literacy
- Applications of Computers
- Introduction to Information Technology & Information Technology Industry
- Processing Data
- Introduction to Graphics and Graphics Devices
- Introduction to Vector and Raster Graphics Type
- Introducation to Corel Draw
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
Concept of CSS
Creating Style Sheet
CSS Styling(Background, Text Format, Controlling Fonts)
Working with block elements and objects
Working with Lists and Tables
CSS Id and Class
Box Model(Introduction, Border properties, Padding Properties, Margin properties)
CSS Advanced(Grouping, Dimension, Display, Positioning, Floating, Align,Pseudo class,
Navigation Bar, Image Sprites, Attribute sector)
Creating page Layout and Site Designs
- Introduction of Stock Photography
- Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
- Interface Tour of Photoshop
- Color Modes
- Resolution and Presets
- CSS Color
- Tools (Move , Crop, Slicing, Quick Selection, Magic Wand etc)