Fashion & Textile Design at VGU Jaipur, Exclusive Labs, Eligibility, Fees Details

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Fashion & Textile Design at VGU, Jaipur

 

The design has become the ‘Talk of the Town' these days. According to the survey, design courses are the most common career choices among young people. Fashion & Textile Design is one of the most interesting, glamorous, and job-promising courses among all Design courses. In today's shrinking world, the fashion and textile industry has truly transformed into a global industry where Fashion Designers, Textile Designers, Dyeing & Printing Experts, Merchandisers, Manufacturers, and Retailers collaborate to bring new styles and designs of clothing, costumes, footwear, headgear, and accessories to people of all ages.

Since it is a great combination of art and science, this course becomes thrilling, engaging, and fascinating. This course has such a wide range of applications and flexibility that it includes fields such as photography, stage management, event planning, choreography, and a slew of other interesting activities that today's youth enjoy. As a result, as a Fashion & Textile Designer, you will pursue your interests when working.

Since this area has a global perspective, any Fashion & Textile Designer with a creative vision can aspire to walk the runways of Paris or Milan. This is one of the few areas that can quickly propel you into the television or film media, as well as glamorise you in fashion magazines.

 

Scope

CODE provides you with a fun learning atmosphere in which you can unleash your imagination and work tirelessly to become a multi-faceted designer. The professors here are industry experts from various genres such as clothing, textiles, jewellery, the craft business, graphics, painting, sculpting, and so on, giving them exposure to almost all aspects of design.

We follow a "Learn and Win" approach. Our experts prepare students to take on in-house and business projects, ensuring that they are aware of the economic viability of their work and designs. To encourage students to improve in all areas, the college offers stipend opportunities for students to assist their faculties in commercial ventures.

 

Brief Glimpse at the Departments

  • Experiential and project-based learning
  • Curriculum developed with the help of industry experts
  • Experiential learning that leads to professional grooming
  • Unprecedented Business Support
  • Industry-leading placements

 

Exclusive Labs

  • Design Studio

The Centre for Design Excellence is an ideal setting to pursue the creation of a strong and personal creative path within this discipline, set within the unique context of Jaipur, with its rich historical royal art and cultural heritage, traditional building crafts, prestigious and groundbreaking interior design ideas, and renowned leading figures in the field.

 

ELIGIBILITY AND FEE DETAILS

Eligibility –

  • Certificate of Completion of 10th Class (Completion 10 years of Formal Schooling)
  • Certificate of Completion of 12th Class (Completion 12 years of Formal Schooling)
  • In HSCE, a minimum of 45 percent in any subject is needed.
  • Qualified Exam De-CODE

The condition of English may be waived for a candidate who has not studied English as a subject, as long as the candidate has studied in English medium during his qualifying test.

 

Fees Details – 

Duration

Fees 

Yearly Fee

250000 -/ INR

Semester Fee

125000 -/ INR

 

Scholarships – 

Criteria

Scholarship amount (per semester) 

75% or above aggregate marks in 12th

25% of Programme Fee

60% or above aggregate marks in 12th

10% of Programme Fee

 

Fee After Scholarship –  

Details

Scholarship Amount

(per semester)

Applicable Fee after Scholarship (per semester)

75% or above aggregate marks in 12th

 62500

(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)

187500

60% aggregate marks in 12th

25000

(i.e. 10% of Programme Fee)

225000

 

Pathway After Fashion and Textile design

 

Careers Opportunities:

Pattern Graders, Sample Machinist, Weaving Expert, Dyeing Expert, Printing Expert, Upholsterer, Fashion Blogger, Personal shopper, Design Manager, Creative Head, Fashion Photographer, Fashion Merchandiser, Production Merchandiser, Visual Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control Merchandisers, Quality Control.

Fashion & textile design students in CODE have the opportunity to work as Textile Designers on government projects all over the world, as well as participate as Backstage & Model Coordinators in Fashion Weeks such as Delhi Couture Show, Kolkata Fashion Week, Mumbai Fashion Week, Kochi Fashion Week, Jaipur Couture Show, Jaipur Fashion Week, and many others as Fashion Designers. Every year, students attend Lakme Fashion Week, Lotus Fashion Week, and other fashion events to gain a better understanding of fashion on a more realistic level, as well as International Trade Fairs such as IHGF and HEPC events to gain a better understanding of textiles on a global scale.

Students are encouraged and qualified to enter international Fashion & Textile competitions such as The Arts of Fashion Foundation competition in San Francisco; World of Wearable Art in New Zealand; Bilbao International Art & Fashion in Bilbao, among others, or to work for companies that design textile collections for International Trade Fairs such as Ambiente, Hiem Textil, F-Tex, Domotex, and others.

So, to really understand it, you must first experience it!

 

Jury system of Evaluation –

CODE employs a very realistic working culture, similar to what we see in the real world, to prepare its design students to deal with business pressure from day one. As a move forward, at the end of each semester, we use an open Jury system for final evaluation, in which practising Design professionals from around the country are invited to serve as Jurors. In front of the rest of the students, a panel of external and internal Jury members evaluates each student's entire semester work on realistic grounds. Everyone is welcome to ask each other questions. This grilling session is a boon for Design students who want to develop as self-assured and independent professionals in their future careers. As a result, no student graduating from CODE would be afraid of dealing with customers. Proven Fashion Designers, Textile Designers, Jewelry Designers, seasoned Academicians, and Professional experts from various fields make up the jury team.

 

Learn & Earn strategy –

CODE is part of the Vivekananda Global University in Jaipur, which means it has a large student and staff population. Every day, approximately 8000 students and over 1000 staff members arrive on campus for various courses. CODE has made it open for all Fashion & Textile Design students to work on University-issued projects such as designing and producing Tracksuits for National & International sports events, Hoodies, Caps, Stoles, Graduation Scarves, and other items as demand and events dictate. This allows design students to work in a real market and interact with real clients while benefiting from the institution's infrastructure. They learn how to raise money here. This small income motivates them to improve in this client-serving environment and relieves financial stress. We want to develop the best Design Entrepreneurs who are ready to compete in the future, and this move will help us get there. This small income motivates them to improve in this client-serving environment and relieves financial stress. We want to develop the best Design Entrepreneurs who are ready to compete in the future, and this move will help us get there.

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