Master of Fashion TechnologyNational Institute of Fashion Technology
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-M.FTech. (Master of Fashion Technology) -B.E. / B.Tech. (Textiles / Apparel / Mechanical / Industrial / Production / Electronics / Computer / Information Technology)
The two year master programme in Fashion Technology is designed to to motivate and facilitate students to excel in understanding and integrating the areas of technology and management for apparel manufacturing and develop capability to offer 'strategic solutions'. The programme inculcates in the students the ability to create a synergy between Modern Technology and Human Element. In a measured combination of theory, practical, and applied research, the programme aims at developing a truly global trade oriented perspective for its students.
Students are exposed to garment manufacturing basics. Knowledge about different equipment and processes are imparted along with skills of garment manufacturing. The main areas of study include Apparel Technology, Fabric Study, Overview of Global Fashion Industry, Pattern Engineering, Quantitative Techniques & Research Methodology, Apparel Manufacturing & Cost Analysis, and Apparel Quality Management. Between the two semesters, students go for two weeks winter internship with either textile or other allied industries in the apparel supply chain. At the end of the first year, students undergo two months summer internship to observe and relate theory with practice.
Students are exposed to global apparel business environment to develop problem solving capabilities. Cross functional studies prepare students to take strategic decisions in a business perspective. The main areas of study include Apparel Marketing & Merchandising, Plant Layout & Facility Design, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management. Students also undertake research project in topical issues to develop capability of identifying, analysing and solving a problem methodically and scientifically. To provide an opportunity to further explore their areas of interest, the students are offered a wide range of elective subjects like Anthropometry & Sizing, Apparel CAD, Intellectual Property Rights, Retail Management & Technology, and Ergonomics & Workplace Engineering.