B.Des.in Accessory DesignNational Institute of Fashion Technology
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-The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination. -General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level. -3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education.
The programme has gradually evolved to address the entire spectrum of accessories and lifestyle products, precious and costume jewellery, leather goods, footwear, watches, giftware, tableware, silverware, other lifestyle products and visual merchandising.
Each NIFT centre is expected to provide national leadership in the area of its specialisation. This will enhance the intensity and depth of each category of specialisation and will address design, management, marketing and technological issues, within specific product categories.
The Design and Technology core will encompass a strong integrated skill and knowledge base essential to the fashion industry. An overview of apparel industry shall provide inputs on the socio-economic, traditional and cultural aspects of the industry, which would lead to ideation, conceptualisation and communication. Exploration with various materials and study of general and material science will enhance basic understanding and appreciation of manufacturing process leading to product realisation. To understand the intricacies of design, inputs in geometry and visualisation and representation shall be part of the Foundation Programme.
·The Management core will focus on the close nexus between the manufacturer, consumer and the commercial environment on one hand and the various infrastructure, administrative and human resource management on the other. The inputs in fundamentals of computer science shall be a part of the Foundation Programme.
·The Communications and Liberal Arts core will address the essential socio-cultural perceptions and contexts: the evaluation and development. Envisioning and inculcating ethical and aesthetic values would lead to understanding and expression of physical, psychological and ergonomic concerns.
* Orientation to programme specialisation familiarity, appreciation and insight of various accessory types.
* Development of skills and basic understanding of materials and processes, construction principles, anthropometrics, principles of sizes and proportions, with broad orientation to socio-cultural and historical context of the sector.
* Orientation to Indian as well as global in the context of fashion, trends, consumers and market. Application of learning through basic design projects.
* Development of core competence and knowledge through research and applied experiences.
* Capability to develop realistic design approach within limited constraints inherent in accessory products.
* Ability to evolve strategy of design, which integrates technical complexities and fashion influences.
* Ability to generate systems thinking towards range development and design collection in relation to fashion identity and prevailing fashion trends.
* Develop competence in handling marketing and retail environment, product merchandising, and consumer interface issues within design context, integrating finer aspects of technology, materials and processes as well as various levels of production from precision oriented to vendor based manufacturing.
* Consolidation and real life application of holistic professional competence.
* Professional capabilities and values to realise and execute design development projects within a business context.
* Develop broad based approach towards specific design capability and application to multi product and multi materials in areas of fashion accessories and lifestyle products.
* Develop capabilities to induce design perspective and potential in the industry mindset.
* Comprehensive application and demonstration of professional competence for integrating design in business.