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Punjab Technical University

Kapurthala

Scheme and Syllabus
of
Bachelors in Sciences Fashion Technology
(B.Sc. F.T.)

Batch 2Ol2

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Board of Studies Fashion Technology

Punjrb Technlcrl Unlv€rsiaY
Schcme rrd Sylhbus of
B.Sc. Frshion T€chnolog/ Brlch 2012

Ordinsnce
B.Sc. Fashion Technology is a 03 years Non-AICTE Course. Each year consists of02 semesters. The course of study ofB.Sc. Fashion
Technology is divided into 06 sernesters and the university examination will held at the end of every semester in the months of
Novernber/ Deceftb€r (for semesler I, lII, V) and ApriV May (for semester II, IV, VI) or as decided by the corpetent authority.
Admission in the course B.Sc. Fashion Tcchnology shall be open to a studont who has
. passed at least +2 examination in any sEearn (ArrJ Cornrncrcd Sciencc ctc.) from Pudjab School Education Board or any othet
€xamination recoglrzed organization as equivaleDt thereto.}ith at l€st l3olo marks irl the aggegate

. or passed one ycar Diploma (after lGr2) in Fashion Technology/ Fashion Designing or equivalenl stream from a recognized
board / University
. or 03 years diploma (after l0') in any Diploma stream from a recognizcd board / UDiveFity.
A candiilate mult complet€ and pass the whole course of three years within a rnaximum ofsix years from the date of admission in B.Sc.

F.T. fiIst semester. Semester exaninations will be open to regular candidaGs who have been on the rolls of a college affiliated to this

Universify and meet th€ attendance and other requirements as prescrib€d in the ordinances of the cou$e. Subject to fulfilment of
requirement of HoDse examinations, thc attendance requiremen6 e!c. lhe studenb will be allowed to sit in the semester examinations.

lntemal Assessmmt will bc of,l0 marks in each paper, which will be calculated as follows:
. Thrce Ho se examinatioDs - 16 marks fBest of the two u,ill be consid€red)
. Two assignments - l6 marks
. Attendance - 8 matks
(Up to 74.5% attendance 0 rnarks)
-75.4%t 3 marks
74.6%
75.5Vo-U5% 6 ma*s
Above 84-5"/0 E rratks
AttendaDc€ Requiremenli
Every candidate will be required to attend a minimum of 75% Iectur€s delivered to that class in each paper as well as 75yo of the
laboratory work, seminaE ctc, separately provided $at a deficienry in attendarccs may be condoned for special reasons, ss pet the

rel€vant ordinances o'1 the subj€cl
To be eligibl€ fo appcar ih the semester examination a candidate must have obtained in the house examination at least 257o marks in
e3ch paper; 337o mark in the aggregate of all subjects of the sem€ster. The Principal ar his discretlon may allo\t a special test to a
candidate who could not app€ar in the House examination owing to tmavoidable r€asons or fails to secure the minimum marks as
prescribed above.

Applicarions for adrnission to the exadination shall be rnade on the prescribed forltl att€stcd by the coopetent autbority as pef,

University rules.
Amoun( ofexamination fee to be paid by a candidate for each semester shall be as fixed by the Univetsity from time to time.

University medal willbe awarded to a candidate who secures first position in the University on the basis ofthe marks ofall the six
s€mesters takcn togeth6. The gmeral mles and conditions ofthe University for the awatd of medal/prizes erc. will be applicable in
lhe award of University medal to lhe topp€r of this examination.

All (hc qucstion papcrs will be set in English and candidates arc cxpectcd to answcr the qucstions only in English.

The succcssful candidate shall be classified on the basis of aggregate marks secured in all the six semesters B.Com Professional
taken log€ther as undet:

a) 757o or more with distinction.
b) 60010 or more in lhe first division.

c) 50yo or morc but lcss than 600Z in thc sccond division.

d) Below 50% in the third division.

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PunJrb T.chnlc.l Unlverslty
Scheme rnd Syllabui of
B.Sc. FrshioD Technoloey Batch 20I2
First Semester Contact Hours: 29l{rs.

Course Coursc Title Load Marks Total Credits
Code Allocatlon Distribution Marks
I, T P lnternal Extemal
BSFr-101 Elements of Fashion 3 40 60 100 3
BSFr-r0, cation and Soft Sl 4{ 60
BSFr-103 Introductio[ to Textiles -I 40 60 l0 i

BSF-T.IM Elements and Princioles ofDesisn -I Lab 30 20 50 2
Pattem Makine -l
Lab 4 30 20 50 2
'BSFI:I06 Fundamentals of ComDuters Iab 30 20 50
BSF[-107 Garment Construction Lab -l 30 20 50 2
BSFf-108.l Basic Sketchine -ILab 20 5r)

Total 09 20 270 280 550 l9

Second Semester Contact Hours: 28Hr
Course Course Title Load Mffks Total Credits
Code Allocatlon Distribution Marks
L T P lntemal Extemal
BSFr-201 llrtroduction to Textiles -II 3 40 60 100 3
I{VPE- Human Values and Profcssional Ethics 3 40 60 100 3
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BSFr-202 Elements and PrinciDles ofDesistr -II lab 30 20 50 2
BSFT-203 Basic Skctchine-Il lab 4 30 20 50
',
BSFr-2(X Garment Construction -lI
Lab 30 20 50
BSFr-205 ComputerApplications llb 30 20 50 2
BTHII- T02 Communication and Soft Skills Iab 30 20 50 I
BSFr-207 Pattern Makins -U Lab 4 30 20 50 2
Total 06 22 260 240 500 t7
Thiid Semester Conaaca Hours: 29 Hrs.

Course Course Tiale Lord Mrrks Total Credits
Code Allocstion Dlstribution Mrrks
L T P Intemal External
BSF[-301 Historv of India Constumes 3 40 60 100 3
BSF[-302 Textile Dveins and Printins 40 60 100
BSFT-303 Traditional Indian Textiles 3 40 60 100 3
BSFT-30.r Fashion Sketchine -l Lab 4 30 2A 50
BSFT-305 Traditional Indian Embroideries lab 30 20 50 2
BSFT-306 Garment Construction -lII Lab 4 20 50 2
BSFr-307 Advanced Computers Lab 30 20 50 2
T-308 Lab 4 30 20 50 2
Total 09 20 2'10 280 550 l9

Fourth Semester Contact Hours: 30 Hrs"
Course Course Titl€ Lo.d Marks Total Credits
Code Allocation Distributiotr Marks
L T P Internal Extemal
BSFT-4OI Fashion Studies 3 40 60 100 3
BSFT-402 40 60 100 3
BSFT-403 Fashion Sketchins -lI Lab 30 20 50 2
BSFT.4M Textile Dyeins and Printins Lab 30 20 50
BSFT-405 Desiqn Process Lab 4 30 20 50 2
BSI'T-406 Computer Aided Designing Lab 4 30 20 50 2
BSFI[-407 Gannenl Construction -lV Lab 30 20 50 2
BSF[-408 Pattem Makine and Gradine Lab 30 20 50 z
Totrl 06 24 260 240 500 l8

There is a06 we€kr Industrial Int€mship rfter founh Scmcstcrwhich willbc evalult€d in the 5'" Semester on lhe basis oflh€ repon as well6 on tho b6is of
the Presentation ofthe work done.

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Puni.b Technlcrl UnlYelsity
S.h€mc rnd Sylhbus of
B.Sc. Fishion Technolog/ Brrch 2012

Fifth Semester Contoct Hours: 28 Hours
Course Course Title Load Marks Total Credits
Code AllocatioD Distribution Marks
T P Intemal Extemal
BSFT-sOI Art ADDreciation 3 40 60 100 3
BSFT-502' lndustrv lntEmshiD 40 loo 7
BSFf-s03 Principles of Fashion Marketinc 3 40 60 100 3
BSFr-504 4 30 20 100
BSFT-s05 Advanced ComDuter Software Packases -l 30 20 100 2
BSFf.s06 Garment Constuctioo -V 4 30 20 100 )
BSFT-507 Advanced Pattem Makins 4 30 20 100 2
BSFI-508 Fashion Art 4 30 .20 100
Tot&l 06 2 20 270 280 550 l8

Nor.: *tt wiltb€ cvaluakd ext€mally tbrough PowcrPoint prEs€ntation out of60 Mad6 and iotemdly thmud a pmj€d tEFon g€parcd on thc basis of06
wccks trainidg that will be donc aftcr 4* semester out of40 Marks. The rcpon will be prsparcd wilh the hclp ofthc fac,uliy during the nrtorial classcs.

Si h Semester Contact Hours: 25 Hours.

Coorse Course Title Load Marks Total Credits
Code Allocation Distritrttiorl Marks
L TIP .. Extemal
BSFr-601 Knittins Technolosy 3 40 60 100 3
BSFf-602 Production Manasement & Ouality Control & 60 100
BSFI-603 Production Promotion and DeveloDment 3 40 60 100 3
BSr-f-6M Introduction to Fashion Merchandising 40 60 t00
BSFT-605 Entrepreneursh ip 3 40 60 100 3
BSFr-606 Portfolio ) 40 @ 100 7
BSFI-607 Advanced ComDuter Software Packagcs -lI 30 20 50 2
BSFT-608* Desim Proiect, 4 30 20 50 2
l) '100 2l
Total 2 8 300 400

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Punjrb T.chnlcrl University
Sch€me snd Sylhbus ot
B,Sc. Frshion Tcchnolos/ Brtch 2012

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nylon. transformation of sentence: active and passive. Fabric. Conect word usage - Homonyms. affirmative and negative intenogative and assertive. Properties of natural fibers (vegetable and animal) i'e'. . lmportance of Fashion forecasting . adverb. Fiber Classification o Different methods of fiber identification-physical examination. pronoun. conversation. Definition of "Fashion". Polyester. spandex. BSFTl03 lntroduction to Textiles -{ . o Introduction and understanding the meaning of "Silhouette". o Knowledge and study of great International designers. flex. BSFT 101 Elements of Fashion ".". Sentences: simple compound and complex formation.. degree of comparison.e. Introduction to Te)diles by KVP Singh Kalyani Publishers e Textiles-Fiber to Fabric bv Bernard P. concept of seasons. Tenses: introduction. . . acrylic. Use of Dunctuations. . color wheel.. yarn twist Suggested Readings / Books: . idioms. one word substitution. Punirb rechnlcir uriversltv r*r. fairs and international markets.. texture and line (relating them to principles of design) Interplay of elements of design (relatlng it to anthropometrics) BSFT 102 Communication & Soft Skills o Basic parts of speech: Noun. silk' Jute. wool. Study of national and intemational designers. preposition' article. Latest fibers . uses of present' past and future tense. . dimensions of color. adjective.t.""Ji"Jr"":ri.:f. antonyms and synonyms. . Color . Definition of yam o Yam count. Flow chart from fiber to fabric. buming test' chemical test. o Properties of Synthetic fibers i. Use of prepositions conjunctions and interjections. Direct and indirect speech. . Fiber Prooerties . o Fashion cycle-concept of haute couture and street fashion. .Corbman Mccraw Hill ?"t'* .'r'i. . cotton. verb. rayon. color naming and psychological association of colors.

Computer Memory: Primary Memory & Secondary memory' Storage Media. Mandarin. Leg'O'mutton.warm. Composition. Coping. Low and High Level Languages. Human ware and Firmware). Cape.* ". monochromatic. emphasis. Formatting the Tables. Header and Footer. with gathers at the sleeve cap and round arm. neutral etc. Form. Bishop. CD player.Grey scale. Block Diagram of Computer. Instruction and Information. balance and rhythm and it's importance in designing. proportion. Introduction to Windows Operating System: All Directory Manipulation: Creating Directory. cold. dark pale and bright. Sub Directory. Basic colour schemes . Renaming. Data Representation: Different Number System (Decimal. BSFT-I06 Fundamentals of Computer Lab Computer Fundamentals: Data. Elements of basic design . Colour wheel -primary. Input-output Devices (Hardware. etc. Puritan. lantem. hot. Generations of languages. gathers only at the sleeve cap and gathers at the round arm. Page Formatting. Tabs. Colour interaction Colour comDosition 3-D forms -105 PATTERN MAKINGJ Lab Method of taking measurements Basic principles of flat pattem making Drafting of adult bodice block Drafting of basic Skirt Block Developing patterns for the following ) Basic Sleeve Block and sleeve variations: Pufi sleeves . flared. Tables. Stand and fall. complimentary.Peter Pan."r"T+"Jr". Bullets and Numbering. tulip. Study of Positive and Negative . Octal and hexadecimal) and their lnter Conversion. secondary and tertiary colour scheme. colour.Advantages and Limitations of Computer. Coping and Deleting the Directory File Manipulation: Creating a File. Punjrb rechnrc'r u'ivcrsitv BSFT 104 Elements and Principles of Design J Lab ". Berhta. cool.?r&. Formatting Documents. petal. Software. Various fields of application of Computers. analogues. Line. Characteristics of Computers. shatvl.texture etc Theory of Colour .lili"rfl. Classification of Computers. light. Sailors. paint brush. Principles of design-harmony. Renaming a File Using accessories such as calculator. Indents.r. it's Features.Flat and rolled collars . Function of Different Units of Computer. Finding ?-"*\0 . Compiler and Interpreter. Deleting. lntroduction to MS-Word: lntroduction to Word Processing. Paragraph Formatting. Binary. Cap ) Collars and its variations :. Shirt.

Formatting Data. bound. o Scribble drawing of objects. Definition and understanding of hand stitching techniques: Running Basting: uneven/even/diagonal Hemming . Nature/TreevLandscape study. Backstitch. Tools and eqipments used in garmenUclothing construction. pleats. Formatting etc. Application of lace and binding. Plain. Introduction to sewing thread. Filtering etc. Introduction to MS Powerpoint: PowerPoint. Sewing machine: parts.. o Introduction to still life . Common problems of sewing and its remedies . Textures in pencil rendering and shading. overcastting. button hole. Creating Charts.107 GARMENT CONSTRUCTIONS. Mail Merging etc. Fabric preparation and basic rules for cutting of fabric. gathers. Creating Database. Using and focusing on learning the use of line to capture basic shapes. . smocking . cylinders and rectangular solids. Functions. Auto Sum. . Circles.lliJ'liiiirtt. BSFT. their usage and b/pes: Plain. needles and their relationship with the fabric. working and maintenance of sewing machine. Slide Shows. Copying Formula. . lntroduction to MS-Excel: Introduction to Electronic Spreadsheets. o Introduction to perspective drawing. Feature of MS- Excel.*r"Til'rl. Entering Series. piped. ruffles. Application of buttons and buttonholes. tucks. flat fell' lap' french. Editing Data. -crl0 . Features of MS PowerPoint Clipping. tailor's tack." .| Lab . ranges. Slide Animation. shining. snap fasteners . Sorting Dala. Using only black and white media. and Replacing Text. Entering Data. . Fullness techniquesi/shaping devices: dart. o Seams and seam finishes :Definition. . BSFT 108 BASIC SKETCHING -l Lab . its threading' bobbin winding. f . taped. serged (overlocked) .Eased. Purirb rcchnrcrr unrversrtv r. corded . hooks and eyes. sliP. Cell Referencing. blind. o Simple structural drawing of objects. Formulae.

Second semester .

Q. Weaving motions 9. Sewing Thread 6.60 Duration Of Exam3. There will be eight questions spread over the entire syllabus ' .. Ring spinning process 2...One visit to a spinning and weaving unit Books 1.hours Course Obiective: The objective of the course is to introduce the students to the fundamentals of yarns and fabrict so that they can understand the raw material they will be eventually using. . Introduction to other non conventional spinninB processes 3. Sara Kadolph. Each question will carry 10 marks. Preparatory processes of weaving 8.ESFT-201 lntroduction to textiles ll Semester 2 lnternal Marks. Calculation of gsm and loom production 12.Prentice Hall lnstructions to the examiner: . Basic weaves. Fancy Yarns 7. Textiles-Fiber to Fabric By Bernard Corbman. Spinning defects 4. Non woven fabrics-lntroduction Visits. Weaving defects 11.Plain.Twill and satin 10. Topics: 1.40 External Marks.rW . Yarn classification on the basis of twist and construction 5.. Mc Graw Hill 2. Textiles . Six questionswill be compulsory.

PART A 1. Understanding Harmony in the Human Being . Method to fulfill the above human aspirations: understanding and living in harmony at various levels {6 Hrs.1") and..as the mechanism for self exploration.. continuous Happiness and Prosperity.. covering the widest possible canvas' To help students develop sensitivity and awareness. No significant cogent material on understanding is included as a part of the curriculum. understanding human being as a co-existence ofthe sentient. and confusion and wealth that breeds chaos in family. position and jobs. lt is not sufficient to develop the discrimination ability. basic guidelines. Often it leads to misuse of the skills. :t is important to act on such discrimination in a given situation. content and process for Value Education' ..) 2. llTK and UPTU on a large scale with significant results. This course is an effort to fulfill our responsibility to provide our students this significant input about understandinS.A look at basic Human Aspirations . Accordingly. and imbalance in nature. problems in society. To help develop the critical ability to distinguish between essence and form. seer and enjoyer) /tn !l r\ flh \/-' . Right understanding.Natural Acceptance" and Experiential Validation.l" and the material . lt has been experimented at lllTH.Need... A result of this is the production of graduates who tend to join into a blind race for wealth.Body" . or between what is of value and what is superficial.l" (l being the doer.the basic requirements for fulfillment of aspirations of every human being with their correct priority .Body" . In other words. understanding Happiness and Prosperity correctly. This course encourages students to discover what they consider valuable.it concentrates on providing to its students the skills to do things..'o*-1 " - \\ .this ability is to be developed not for a narrow area or field of study. Course Introduction . The aspects of understanding "What to do" or "Why something should be done" is assumed. they should be able to discriminate between valuable and the superficial in real situations in their life. it concentrates on providing "How to do" things.Harmony in Myself ! . leading to commitment and courage to act on their own belief. but for everyday situations in life. Understanding the needs ofSelf (.its content and process. Knowingly or unknowingly... in life .HVPE 101 Human Values & Professional Ethics objective/s and Expected outcome: To help the students to discriminate between valuable and superficial in the life. Content and Process for Value Education o Understanding the need. .A critical appraisal ofthe current scenario . Relationship and Physical Facilities. Self Exploration-what is it?.Sukh and Suvidho o Understanding the Body as an instrument of . Basic Guidelines. our education system has focused on the skill aspects (learning and doing) .

Difference between respect and differentiation. Abhoy. lnterconnectedness and mutual fulfillment among the four orders of nature.recyclability and self-regulation in nature . Understanding Harmony in the Family and society. Visuafizing a universal harmonious order in society..1" . Holistic perception of harmony at all levels of existence (4 Hrs. . Understanding the meaning of yishwos.) 3. Soh-ostitvo as comprehensive Human Goals . meaning of Prosperity in detail . Understanding the harmony in the Nature . Somridhi.lrust lvishwos) and Respect (sommon.Undivided Society (Akhond Samoj). Understanding the harmony of I with the Body: Sonyo m and Swosthyoi correct appraisal of Physical needs. as the foundational values of relationship. o Understanding values in human-human relationship. Natural acceptance of human values ? .whole existence as co-existence .. Understanding the characteristics and activities of. Programs to ensure Sonyom andSwosthyo (5 Hrs. Understanding Existence as Co-existence (5oh-ostitvo) of mutually interacting units in all' pervasive space .the basic unit of human interaction.-tYIq . .Harmony in Human-Human Relationship o Understanding harmony in the Family.) 5. Understanding Harmony in the Nature and Existence . meaningof Nyoyo and program for its fulfiffment to ensu te Ubhoy-tripti.l" and harmony in . Universaf Order lsorvobhaum Vyawostha )-from family to world familyl (6 Hrs'l PART B 4. the other salient values in relationship o Understanding the harmony in the society (society being an extension of family): Somodhon. lmplications of the above Holistic understanding of Harmony on Professional Ethics . Difference between intention and competence o Understanding the meaning of 50 mmon.

Meadowt Dennis L.N. How to proctice Noturol Forming. M Govindrajran. 1991 5. 9.'cience ond Humqa6m. A Foundotion Course in Volue Educotion. technologists and managers o At the level of society: as mutually enriching institutions and organizations (6 Hrs. Amravati. sussan George.inity Press. Meadows. suggested Readin$ / Books: 1.-elf . Lucknow.entice Hall of India l-td 11. B P Bane. G P 8a8aria. lrdion Ethos ond Moden Monogement.) Recommended Booksl 1. Competence in professional ethics: o Ability to utilize the professional competence for augmenting universal human order o Ability to identify the scope and characteristics of people-friendly and eco-friendly production systems o Ability to identify and develop appropriate technologies and management patterns for above production systems. 4. Amarkantak. Strategy for transition from the present state to Universal Human Order: o At the level of individual: as socially and ecologically responsible engineers. Club ol Rome's report. Blond & Briggs. 8ehrenslll. Reprinted 2008. Donella H. Berry 2fl)0. Worcester.jee. R Sangal. . 20oo.7972.S. 7976. Reprinted 1986. 2003. 6. P. 2005. Oxford University Press 10. New Age International Publishers 7. 1998.. Subhas Palekar. USA 2. Humon Volues. Excel Books. 12. and Harpercollins.F. E. Tripathy. Senthll Kumat. 3. management models and production systems . 0. 8. How the other Holf Dies. Schumacher. . Easletn Economv Edition. Engineering Ethics (including Humon Volues). Britain. Limits to Gtowth . lvan lllich. S Natrajan & V. Commonwealth Purblishers. 1973. DiWa Path Sansthan. R R Gaur.Universe Books. 199O. Basis for Humanistic Education. B L Bajpai. Smoll is Eeoutiful: o study of economics os il people mottered. PL Dhar. Humanistic Constitution and Humanistic Universal Order . PenguinPress. A. Pracheen(Vaidik) Krishi Tantra shodh. 2004. Definitiveness of Ethical Human Conduct . 2009.New Royal Book Co. Case studies oftypical holistic technologies. Foundotions of Ethics ond Manogement. E G Seebauer & Robert L. Jeevon Vidyo ek Porichq. A Nagraj. Jorgen Randert William W. 1974 Frercy & EquWTheT. RR 6aur. Fu ndomentols of Ethics for Scientists & Engineets.

. Making this 'Theme" & "Concept" as the basis of the final Design (garment) . This will also be the foundation for all the creative design work done through learning a proper Design Process. Documentations & Presentations A ( I r1c'{h \1"-S \)-l .. . This is the very basis of the core specialization that they will ultimately learn through the semesters. Understanding 'Theme" & "Concept" o Understanding"lnspiration" .... Practicing & learning to make the the colour palette deriving elements from the Insoiration o Rendering and imitation of fabric swatches in different mix media .BSFT-202 Elements and Principles of Desiqn semester 2 Internal Marks..20 Duration Of Exam-. 3 hours Course Obiective: The main objective of this subject is to make the students understand the basic elements & principles of Design involved in any exercise or assignment undertaken during the course.30 External Marks.

o Introduction to various mediums such as charcoal. pen and ink... o rendering observed objects and spaces accurately o using shading intricately o depicting correct proportions on faces and figures. o Nature study in colour.3 hours Course Obiective: The objective of the course is to increase the proficiency in drawing skills and to inculcate creative ability in the application of these acquired skills to translate as ideas for design. books. drapery .. vegetables. oil pastel. Also.BSFT-203 BASIC SKETCHING Semester 2 lnternal Marks..20 Duration Of Exam.bottles . o Still life drawing with fruits.vase etc. o Introduction to colour drawing and sketching.to make the students understand the applications of different mediums to draw an\colour and render such as pencils. color pencils. watercolor etc. o Advanced perspective exercises. flowers boxes...30 External Marks. watercolours . o Introduction to three dimensional light and shade. 1 [L*Eqt ..crayons etc. colour pencils.

shirt. . Sleeve finishes: hemming.BSFT204 6ARMENT CONSTRUCTIoN . puff.20 Duration of Exam. interfacing. Fasteners :application of zippers: centered. open-ended. o Collars-basic terminology and construction of different types of collars: flat. shawl and sailor... Pocket.4.inseam. two pieces). Necklines-construction and finishing of different types by using facing. . leg-o-mutton. Placket-one side extended. petal). P. square.construction and application-patch(with and without flap). kimono. lapped. bishop. sweet heart. concealed.. cuff-with and without placket. Contents: . ll lsemester-21 lnternal Marks. key hole. shaped and bias facinS. drawstring. dolman.. both side extended. .. Sleeves-types and finishes: set-in (plain. concealed.. rolled collars (one piece.30 External Marks. kurta sleeve with gusset.'go .hours Obiectives: To learn the stitching of components of garment. . binding anc piping-round.. mandarin. welt. raglan.

handouts. margins. print layout. Soreadsheet Software a. Editing and formatting a worksheet e. Tables. passwords protecting file. Adding charts and images to a worksheet 3. Presentation graphics practical: File: page setup. File: save as web page. word count. Entering data in a worksheet. border & shading tab settings Tools: language. picturet bookmarks. copying. Presentation graphics a) Formatting sides b) Creating slid show 4. Word processing programmes (MS Word) a) Entering & editing text. and paper layouts. customizing page setups. and end notes View: header. slide sizes & orientation. zoom. files Format: background. comments. lnsert: symbols. split cells. Spreadsheet programmes and their users b. viewing page properties. The soreadsheet's interface c. paragraph formats and documents formats c) Special features of word processing software language tools-(spell checker grammar checker. bullets & numbering. insertin& deleting sorting a table. mail merge. values. 1. arrange. hyperlinks. footnotes.gsu . auto format. creating a customer toolbar. 2. adding graphics & sounds. pasting b) Formatting text. Edit: uslng go to go to page. outlines 5. switching between documents Helo: about micro soft word. labels.To develop computer proficiency by understanding the basics of computer. cutting. n v'. search options. auto correct. lntroduction to Corel Draw software. using mail merge wizards & letters wizards Table: drawing.BSFT-205 COMPUTER GRAPHICS PRACTICAL-SEM-Il-ltheorv and practicall lnternal-20 External-30 Course obiective. options settings overview. To use the skill and knowledge of computers in the various fields. formulas d. thesaurus. dates. toolbars. character formats. footer. thesaurus). themes. merge cells. auto files Window: split.

BTHU 102 Comllmunication Skills Laboratory Lab Exercises l-istening and Speaking The audio CD accompanying S. Presentation of papers . The teacher shall help them in the following: a) With the accent of the speaker if it is unfamiliar to them.P. Role play . The teachers shall play the CDs selectively in the lab and involve the students in the practice work based on them. a good speaker must: a) Be able to produce long turns without much hesitation in an accent that is understood all around. the teacher must promote the use of dictionaries for correct pronunciation and give ample practice on word stress and weak forms. is prescribed for use. b) Have ready access to a large lexis and conventional expressions to speak fluently on a variety of topics. A Foundotion Course (with oudio CD). Seminars 0--sW . d) With the implied relationships in larger texts. At the end of a session. The teacher may use following different classroom techniques to give practice and monitor the progress of the students: . a set of twin books K Sodonond ond S. Dhanavel's book shall be played in the lab to get the students familiar with the standard spoken English. Punitha Spoken English Part I and ll. The students are also supposed to supplement their listening practice by regularly viewing news/knowledge channels on the TV or lecture videos on the internet. if they are not stated explicitly. In addition to the above. c) Have a knack for structured conversation or talk to make his transitions clear and natural to his listeners. Question-answer o Discussion . The students must develop a high degree of understanding of spoken material as used in academic and professional environment. While taking up lessons. b) The Standard English sounds and pronunciation of words. For this purpose. Orient Itackswon. c) With the topical vocabulary and the idiomatic expressions which are generally part of colloquial speech. extended listening sessions shall be arranged to promote speaking activities among students.

pleats... flare. multiple darts.gored'yoked'circular'flounce'tiered' Q. two darts into two.paneled. tucks..flared. Dart shifting...shift dart into another area-Two darts into one. darts into gathers.gathered.rqs . Pivot method' .Skirtvariations:A-line. yokes and princess line' . BSFT207 PATTERN MAKING -ll { Semester 2l lnternal Marks.pleated.4.30 External Marks.20 Duration of Exam.hours Obiectives: To develop skill in the area pattern making with special emphasis on basics of garments design Contents: o Dart manipulation: slash & spread method..

Vedic period ( 1200 BC to 600 BC) 6.BSFT-301 Historv of Indian Costumes(Semester 3) Internal Marks.Vedic period ( 600 BC. 12..323 BC) 7" Maurayan & Sunga period ( 321 BC-72 BC) . British Period 14. Gupta period ( 4s CentryAD-Middle 8' Century) 11. Kushan period ( l30 BC.40 External Marks. Sunga( 185-728C) 8. The students will leam about the rich culture and traditional importance . 4" Indus Valley civilization. Satavhana Andhra period ( 200 BC-250 AD) .. 5.3hours Therov 3 Hrs Obiectives: Making students appreciate and leam about the historic garments from various eras of India. 1.. Mauryan ( 321-185 BC) . Past.. Natya Shastra -Performing Arts. origin and utility of these historic garments and costumes. Mughal Period 13. 2. History of Indian costumes : Origin of clothing 3. Pre and Post -indePendence era 15. Late period ( 100 BC-250 AD) 9..-Ew .. Early Period ( 200 BC-I60 BC) . Study of regional costumes and lifestyles oflndia.185 AD) 10. ContemporarYcostumes [)-. Introduction : Factors affecting clothing habits and preferences.60 Duration of Exaur.

Disperse DYes. Textile Science. e Classification of Dyes: Acid Dyes. o Green Environment: Natural dyes vs Synthetic Dyes. Polymers. The examiner must set questions covering the entire syllabus. EPG Gobl' LD Vilensky' CBS Publishers and Distributors. Discharge. . o Printing: Direct. the Water Molecule and Textile Fibers. Colour Fastness and Grey Scales. classes ofdyes and the process of finishing with colour. Polymerization. PHI Leaming Pu- Ltd. Roller. Screen. Treatment of Textile Dye Effluent. Mordant. Reactive Dyes. Transfer. Piece dyeing' Cross dyeing. Vat DYes. 2.BSFT 302 Textile \eing and Printing (@[q] Internal Marks 40 External Marks 60 Duration of Exam 3 hours Theory: 3 Hrs Course Objectives: To enable the students to understand fibre structwes. An Explanation to Fibre Properties. Dyeing and Printing. o Understanding the terms: Molecules. Product dyeing. Intrapolymer Bonding. Union dyeing. Resist. Internal choice may be given. Scales of Dyeing. s . Colour Values. Forces of Attraction between Molecules. Package dyeing. Basic Dyes' Azoic Dyes' Direct Dyes. Monomers. Textbook of Fabric Sciences. Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Polymers. Fundamentals to Finishing. Block. Jet dyeing. Tie and Dye' Stencil. Seema Sekhri. Definition of: Dyes and Pigments. o Stages ofDyeing: Fiber dyeing. PhotograPhic. Books Recommended 1 . Yam dyeing.

chanderi. Savitri PanditTraditional Embroideries of India" *************** nA \). Kashmir Shawls. "Elements of Fashion and Apparel Desigr". "Embroidered Textiles".. Printed Textiles.. 1982.. Ltd. Manel A. B'T.-. Painted textiles.. Vikas Publishing House Pvt. pochampalli. References: *The Sari". New Delhi' 1977. "The techniques of Indian Embroidery". New Delhi' 1996' Paine Sherla. chattopadhyay k. patol4 ikat..Kashmir carpet. Pvt" Ltd. Mumbai.. baluchari. Woven textiles.J.Kalamkari 4. "Traditional Embroideries of India". Mrs. maheshwari. Saraf D. Corp. jamdani.Handicrafts and Industrial Arts oflndia". Wiley Eastem Ltd. Batsford. APH Pub.BSFT-303 TRADITIONAL INDIAN TEXTILES(@I9L3) Internal Marks 40 External Marks 60 Duration of Exan 3 hours Therov 3 Hrs TIIEORY OBJECTIVES: o To impart knowledge of traditional designs and motifs of textiles o To introduce application of these motifs on different textiles' Traditional Indian Textiles 1. New Age Intl.Sanganeri 3. London. Thames and Hudson Ltd' 1990' Chattopadhyay K. kanjivaram' paithni. Namd4 Gaba. Resist dyed textiles. 1960. 1992.N. "Indian Embroidery".bandhani. | L^i\i -\ . Ltd.Delhi. 2. jamavar. Publisher' N. 5. Lynton Lind4 Suinathi G. Thames and Hudson. Taraporevala sons & co. batik.brocade. Naik Shailaja D. "Indian CraftJ".

Drawing the head will create figure size.. . Capture the 3 dimensional qualities with single line drawing giving stress to the points where it is needed and soft rendering to be introduced' Reference books: Anatomy & Drawing by Victor Perard. . Contents: o Drawing basic figures which are commonly known as matchstick figures to leam the basic proportions.30 External Marks. ... o Starting more detailed sketching for a natural look. the bend in the body whether pushed in or out' r Keep adding part by part to one single figure. Observe the movement of the body.. standing. reclining etc.20 Duration of Exam. Draw the torso and then the legs..BSFT-304 Fashion Sketching-I Lab (Semester 3) Internal Marks. Use a live model now in different positions such as sitting.3hours Practical 4 Hrs Objectives: observing and familiarising with the human anatomy and it's proportions emphasising on leaming how to sketch the movement of different body limbs. posture detailing etc..

Prepare the samples of the following embroideries: o Kutch o Phulkari o Chikankari o Zardozi o Kasuti r Kantha e Kashida 0*'S .. of various states of India as surface embellishment techniques.]) Internal Marks..... designs.BSFT-305 TRADITIONAL INDIAN EMBROIDERIES lab (@!s.30 External Marks.20 Duration of Exam.4. their social significance and usage...hours Practical 4 Hrs Objectives: To introduce the students to traditional embroideries. Contents: Study in detail about the various embroidered textiles of India with special reference to the material/fabrics.

. Churidar r Salwar and Kameez c--sy$ . a Contents: Stitching ofthe following Indian garments: r Plain Saree Blouse....4. Choli Blouse o Kalidar Kurta . r To leam and select the appropriate construction method for a desired look of a garment..hours Practical 4 IIrs Objectives: o To enable the students in converting fabric cut parts into a sewn garment.20 Duration of Exam.BSFT-306 GARMENT CONSTRUCTION -III Lab (@!gl3) Internal Marks.30 External Marks..

o Knowing and understanding the use ofall the design tools of Corel Draw . r Corel Draw for Dummies (J. Realistic. Internal choice may be given.BSFT 307 Advanced Computers Lab. Application oftools ofCorel draw to prepare the following: Motifs: Stylised.'-e "qs . . Western. Natural and Geometric. Various garment silhouettes: Indian. Students will prepare a file folio ofall ofthe above work. Books Recommended o Corel Draw Users' Guide/ Manual accompanying the software. and Indo Western. The examiner must set questions covering the entire syllabus. (@_3) Internal Marks 30 Periods External Marks 20 Duration of Exam 3 hours Practical: 4Hrs Course Objectives: To enable the students to have knowledge about the various tools ofa design software : Corel Draw.

.\ \\v '. welt r Draft Torso Block /1-. cargo...rLT{'" -....hours Practical: 4Hrs Objectives: To understand the draping aspects of pattern making and apply the knowledge in creating designer garments Contents: r Different types of necklines o Sleeves: Magyar.| .30 External Marks.20 Duration of Exam. raglan.BSFT-308 PATTERN MAKING AI\D DRAPING Lab (b!el3) Internal Marks.4.. kimono o Pockets-inset.

Fashion Theories • Trickle down theory • Trickle across theory • Bottom. style. Pret-a. Fashion Terminology: Fashion. classic.. Sources of inspiration 8. Fashion cycle- • Stages of Fashion • Broken fashion cycle • Length of fashion cycle UNIT-III 5.. 11. details. Factors affecting fashion- • Social • Economic • Psychological. boutique. colour) 3. National and International designers..BSFT-401 FASHION STUDIES Internal Marks…40 External Marks…60 Duration of Exam.couture. Fashion forecasting. croquis. fashion trend. National and International fashion centers References: ... UNIT-II 4.. fad.. taste. 2.up theory 6.. stereotype. texture. ( Following Only for assignments and presentations) 9.Porter. Fashion Leaders UNIT-IV 7.hours Course Objectives:  To acquaint the students to develop an understanding of fashion and the termonology used  To understand the fashion movement Content : UNIT-I 1. Evolution of Fashion through 20th and 21st century 10. Knock offs. Haute. Fashion- • Definition • Principles • Components (silhouette.3.

6. 4. 7. 1996. 1994. 8. 5. Tortora. NY. Western World Costume by Bradley. Prentice Hall-C. Mac Millian Publishing Co.. 2. 2002. Fairchild Pub . New York. Fashion Innovation & Marketing by Kathyrn Moore Greenwood and Mary Fox Murphy. Inside Fashion Design by Sharon Lee. Encyclopedia of Costumes and Fashion from 1066 to the Present by Jack Cassin- Scoot Illns London. Fashion from Concept to Consumer by Gini Sterphens Frings.. Fashion Kaleidoscope by Mehar Castelino-Calcutta: Rupa & Co. Brockhampton. Encyclopedia of Fashion Accessories by P. 1978. 3. Abrams. London 1955.Peter Owen Ltd. N. Jersey. 2003. . Costume & Fashion-A Concise History by James Lavcer. . Harry M..1. inc.New York. Harper & Row Pub.

Assyrian. which influence global fashion today.. Greek  Etruscan.3..hours Course Objective: The subject attempts to trace the evolution of clothing. Suggested Reading:  A history of costume in the west – Francois Boucher  Fashion in the western world – Doreen Yarwood .. 14th Century  15th Century  16th Century  17th Century  18th Century  19th Century  20th Century (1901-1940) (1940-1960) Students do an individual research study on any designer and a group starting from 1930.. Content :  Introduction  Sumerian.BSFT-402 HISTORY OF WORLD COSTUME Internal Marks…40 External Marks…60 Duration of Exam. from the obscure beginnings of the Palaeolithic age up to the modern age. The objective is to familiarize the students with fashion in the 20th century with particular focus on designers and design houses.. Babylonian  Egyptian  Aegean.... with cross references in clothing between diverse civilization in different centuries. Roman  Byzantine  Church garments  13th Century.

standing.BSFT-403 FASHION SKETCHING . .hours Course Objective: After Observing and familiarising with the human anatomy and it’s proportions emphasising on learning how to sketch the movement of different body limbs.  Capture the 3 dimensional quality with rendering and colouring using water colours.. posture detailing etc.. Content :  After Drawing figures and Starting more detailed sketching for a natural look ..Use a live model in different positions such as sitting ..4.. colouring should be started with good quality colour pencils.II LAB Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam..  The folds and texture of the garments worn should be carefully studied and rendered .. colouring and rendering will be an integral part of the exercises now. reclining so that the fall of the garments can be studied. crayons etc also...

. An Explanation to Fibre Properties. Stencil. Cotton. Wool.BSFT.. iii. Printing: Block. Fundamentals to Finishing. . perspiration..404 TEXTILE DYEING AND PRINTING LAB Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam. Content :  Making samples and products using the following methods of colour application: i.Choice may be given. Ltd. Dyeing: Silk... Textile Science. EPG Gohl. Students will prepare a file folio of all of the above work. and Polyester fabrics. PHI Learning Pvt. ii.. Books Recommended 1. LD Vilensky.  Testing colour fastness of various fabrics to crocking. sunlight and washing.4.. CBS Publishers and Distributors. Textbook of Fabric Sciences. The examiner must set questions covering the entire syllabus.hours Course Objective: To enable the students to understand the application of pigments and various classes of dyes on different fabrics.. Batik.. Screen. Tie and dye. Seema Sekhri. 2.

. 7. 6.. Illustrated final concept with details/different Presentation etc . from the theme or source of inspiration. ..  To develop the ability to verbally present their own work/designs to clients during class hours in mock presentation every week. Material exploration & surface design . Final Presentation of design process  It is interactive and constant feed back is given after each student presents their work after each stage of the design process. mood board. intial concepts and a final design of a garment..  Marking Criteria should include : 1.4... 3.  To learn to derive a color palette . Presentation skill (in class ) 2. spec sheets. 5. Final Garment 8.. Color palette ..BSFT-405 DESIGN PROCESS LAB Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam. 4.. client profile. Theme baord/source of inspiration .hours Course Objective:  To create a conscious awareness with regard to each step in the design process.  To develop the ability to understand a particular theme and demonstrate this understanding in the form of a 3 dimensional theme board. Intial concepts .

.  Working in varied textures.. .. prints.... colours. plaids and checks.BSFT. Books Recommended  Corel Draw Users’ Guide/ Manual accompanying the software.  Students will prepare a file folio of all of the above work... shades.. Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam. Content : Application of tools of Corel draws to the following:  Sketching of Female Fashion Figures  Draping the Fashion Figures in various silhouettes and styles focussing on design details.  Making story boards of various collections. Internal choice may be given. tints.406 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGNING LAB.4.  Corel Draw for Dummies The examiner must set questions covering the entire syllabus.hours Course Objective: To enable the students to learn the application of various tools of design software: Corel Draw to design collections.

paneled. pleated.BSFT-407 GARMENT CONSTRUCTION –IV LAB Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4. casing. Notched. tuxedo  Skirt: A-line. circular. yoked. flounce. gored.  Collars-Convertible. tiered.(any two)  Shirt  Trouser . Content: Stitching of the following :  Waist band application: Regular. flared. contoured. faced. gathered. elastic.hours Objective:  To enable the students in assembling various components of garment into complete apparel with a desired look.

Sailors. Flared. Cape. importance. Mandarin. Cap.BSFT-408 PATTERN MAKING AND GRADING LAB Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4.  Grade the Basic skirt block  Preparation of pattern for Collar variations . Kimono (grade any one). (grade any one). types. Petal.  Preparation of pattern of Trouser. .Flat and rolled collars. Yoke in a bodice. Peter Pan.  Grade the following for three sizes up and one size down: Bodice block . Sleeve block. application. Bodice block with Princess line. Raglan. Magyar.  Preparation of pattern for sleeve variations: Puff. Leg ‘O’ Mutton.hours Objective: To make the student proficient in grading the pattern to different sizes Content:  Introduction to grading: definition. terminology. Stand and fall.

The Qutab Minar. historical and cultural dimensions-an over-view  Indus Valley Civilization  Mauryan Art  Gandhara Art  Bharut Art  History of Stupas  The painting tradition in India. Reference books: 1.  The Humayun’s Tomb . Content:  India. Chola dynasty.BSFT 501 ART APPRECIATION Internal Marks…40 External Marks…60 Duration of Exam…3.  The Ajanta Paintings and Sculpture  The Miniature tradition –it’s making and meaning-the Rajasthani. The Buland Darwaza .It’s geographical .  Presentations on topics in groups should be given by the internal examiners. The Taj Mahal  Discussions/presentations Instruction to the Examiner:  Question paper should include “Fill in the blanks for at least 25 marks”. A History Of Fine Arts by Edith Tomory . The students learn about the historic importance and relevance of the various aspects and phases of the Indian Art and take inspiration and influence for their own creations.hours Objective : The objective of the course is to give an insight and input about the various aspects of the History of Art right from the origin. Mughal and Pahari schools  The changing forms and features of Indian Sculputre and Architecture from Pallava.

After completing a year. Besides the class rooms learning. industry projects and field projects where they get practical experience in actual working condition. (Or whenever the students are free from examinations)  The students will present their projects/research study completed during the Industrial training at the end of the semester . students take a lot of research projects. every student is required to undergo minimum of 6 weeks training. This will help them to understand the various practices as well as the problems faced in the industries. As part of educational program they are required to undertake an industrial training in the month of June for a period of 6 weeks starting from first week of June. The main objective of this exercise is to enable the students to get an exposure to the real working environment and the culture of the retail industries.BSFT 502 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP Internal Marks…40 External Marks…60 Objective: The Fashion Technology course is designed to hone the technical skills and creative abilities of the students. The curriculum is continuously revised keeping the industry dynamics in mind.

Pitman Publishing. Vertical Marketing Systems and Horizontal Marketing Systems.  Marketing Channels. Buyer Behaviour.  Buyer Classification. importance and ways of Fashion Marketing The examiner will set questions covering the whole syllabus.  Sales Promotion.hours Objective: To enable the students to understand the meaning. Ray Bradfield. Factory Outlets.  Fashion Marketing: Theory. John Donnellen.  Market Segmentation.Company Show rooms. Content:  Definition and Scope of Marketing. Discount Stores.  Merchandise Buying and Management. Scope. Visual Merchandising.  Retail Organizational Structure.  Buying and Selling: Definition. Branding and Packaging. Line and Staff function. Books Recommended  Marketing Principles and Practice. Franchise Stores.  Market Research and Product Development. 2010) . 2nd Edition. 2nd Edition. Publicity. Life Cycle. Principles and Process.BSFT 503 PRINCIPLES OF FASHION MARKETING Internal Marks…40 External Marks…60 Duration of Exam…3. Al Halberg and Caroline Ross. Advertising. Marketing Mix.  Departmental Stores. Principles & Practice by Marianne Bickle (Jun 21. Dennis Ad Cock. Fairchild Publication. Non Store Retailing . Speciality Stores.  Marketing Communication: Process and Objectives. Personal Selling.

tools.BSFT 504 INNOVATIVE FABRIC DEVELOPMENT Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4. ribbon work. material and techniques. double. techniques and types.single.  Appliqué: Introduction. Prepare an end product using the learnt techniques. beads and sequins work.  Machine Embroidery. cut work.  Special techniques. tools.  Crochet. tools. material and techniques. material.hours Objective: To enable the students to learn various techniques of fabric development and use them innovatively in future design development. Content: Develop the samples of the following:  Patch work and quilting: Introduction. .smocking. glass work and drawn thread work.Introduction.

Frances Vereker . Stiff and Heavy Fabrics. Invitation Cards for Fashion Events. Transparent. Stylized and Geometric. Working Drawings of Garment Design Details. Visiting Cards.  Making Spec Sheets.BSFT 505 ADVANCED COMPUTER SOFTWARE PACKAGES I Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4.  Creating Fabric Prints and Fabric Drapes of Sheer.hours Objective: To help the students have knowledge.  Students will maintain a hard copy of all the above record in a file folio. Content:  Introduction to the tools of Adobe Photoshop  Application of the tools of Adobe Photoshop to make:  Logos.  Photoshop CS6 For Dummies by Peter Bauer. Realistic. Nets.  Importing files of Adobe Photoshop to Corel Draw and Vice Versa. Edition 2007  Fashion Designer's Handbook for Adobe Illustrator . understanding and application of tools of Adobe Photoshop. Edition 2012  Adobe Photoshop for Fashion Design by Susan Lazear. Books Recommended  Guide /Manual of Adobe Photoshop that comes with the software. Motifs: Traditional.  Designing Brochures and Fliers.Marianne Centner.

hours Objective: To enable the students in creating complex garments with emphasis on detailed finishing processes.BSFT 506 GARMENT CONSTRUCTION –V Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4. Content: Stitching of the following garments:  Jacket or Coat  Waist coat  Corset  Evening Gown .

Tailored.hours Objective: To understand the advance and complex concepts of pattern-making. Semi-fit  Coat block  Two pieces and one piece Sleeve  Waist coat  Corset  Evening Gown .BSFT 507 ADVANCED PATTERN MAKING Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4. Content: Develop the patterns of the following:  Jacket block.

BSFT 508 FASHION ART Internal Marks…30 External Marks…20 Duration of Exam…4.  Analysis of hands and feet(with/without shoes) Books Recommended Advanced Fashion : Sketch book by Bina Abling .hours Objective : To understand the fashion figure through the analysis of photographs and using figure research as a basis for the creation of fashion design sketches.Motion . Content:  Normal or Basic Figure  Introduction to Fashion Figure  Movable ball joints.  Learning line drawing croqui to geometric croqui (both with the same pose).Stationery pose .Bending  Introduction to line drawing figure ( poses)  Introduction to Balance and Motion. -Front -Side -Back  Analysis of faces and hair style to understand the structure of the skull with emphasis on simplification of lines. The aim is to understand the posture and concept of Figure analysis through photographs as the initial introduction to the flesh figure. .