Course in Footwear Design and Product Development

In Agra

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Typology Course
Start Agra
Duration 1 Year
  • Course
  • Agra
  • Duration:
    1 Year

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Where and when

Starts Location
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C-41&42, Site-C, Industrial Area, Sikandra, Agra, 282007, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Starts On request
C-41&42, Site-C, Industrial Area, Sikandra, Agra, 282007, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

QUALIFICATION: 12th pass or equivalent in any stream. AGE: The candidate should have attained the minimum age of 17 years at the time of admission. 5 years relaxation will be given in case of SC / ST candidates and 3 years in case of OBC. COURSE FEE: Tution Fee : Rs. 20,000/- Raw Material Fee : Rs. 5000/- Caution Money (Refundable) : Rs. 2000/- Total : Rs. 27000/- SEAT ALLOCATION: The total available seats in CFTI will be filled in by the candidates purely on merit, based on the performance in the written test and interview.
The seats for SC / ST candidates will be filled up as per the Government of India rules and regulations.
Out of the total seats, 10 seats are reserved for industry sponsored candidates. These candidates shall pay Rs. 37,000 /- towards course fee. SYLLABUS: Unit Subject Time Required Theory Practical Marks Allotted 1. Art, Design & Fashion - 14 100 2. Design & Pattern Cutting - 228 300 3. Pre-Production Technology 20 20 100 4. Product Sketching & Design - 68 100 5. Materials 68 16 100 6. Clicking Technology 20 50 100 7. Closing Technology 20 80 100 8. Lasting & Making Technology 16 80 100 9. Basic Costing 25 - 100 10. Computer Studies / Machine Grading - 64 100 11. Product Development 20 - 100

Total number of shoes manufactured by students in two year are 6 pairs.
Total Hours allotted for the two year duration is 809. The remaining time is allotted for project & Inplant training.

Total marks allotted for two year are 1300. ASSEMENT PROCEDURE: The assessment during the course is conducted on regular basis. As such, there is no terminal or final exams conducted during the course but assessment tests are conducted on regular basis and at the end of each year, the grades obtained in different tests are compiled to obtain final grade. The grading system is as follows: Marks Obtained Grade 0 - 39% F (Fail) 40% - 59% P (Pass) 60% - 74% M (Merit) 75% - 79% M+ (Merit+) 80% and above D (Distinction)

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