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Diploma in Textile Designing:

Textile industry is one of the oldest industries of all time. The designing section of the industry is its backbone. Textile designing is gaining much popularity in India particularly among youngsters, due to huge demand of Indian textile both in domestic and foreign markets. Textile designers produce ideas and designs for printed, woven or knittedtextiles, and many atterned surfaces. They create designs for commercially produced fabrics used in many industries, from fashion to upholstery.

Course include:

  1. Weaving and Printing Technique .
  2. Tailoring and Embroidery Technique.
  3. Painting and Colouring Technique.
  4. Block Printing Technique.
  5. Colour and its theory with application.
  6. Designing for different articles.
  7. Fabric Fabric Colour Technique.
  8. Tie and Dye Technique.
  9. Batik Technique.
  10. Screen painting.
  11. Stencil printing technique.
  12. Textiles and application.
  13. Fabric construction techniques.
  14. Fibre to fabric process.
  15. Manmade fibres and the quality assessment of natural fibres.
  16. spinning fibres into yarn, and knitting or weaving yarn into fabrics.
  17. nonwoven materials.
  18. identification the latest fabric trends, developments and innovations.
  19. Dyeing, printing and finishing processes.
  20. quality in areas such as strength, durability, colourfastness, and water and chemical resistance of fabric.

Carrier opportunities:

With growing market potential for textile products there is a wide range of career options for textile designer. They can take up a full time job in various mills or they can start their own entrepreneur. After completion they can work in manufacturing companies like

  1. Garment Fashion designing agencies.
  2. Textile manufacturers.
  3. Retail world.
  4. Assist top designers.
  5. Fabric analyst.
  6. colour master in dyeing units.
  7. Master craftman.

With some experience textile designers can work as freelancers and explore their creativity.