New Delhi, March 23, 2018: JD Institute of Fashion Technology, India’s leading, research-driven Fashion school, with 36 learning centres across India today announced new courses in Fashion Styling and Product Development (Textile) Program for the academic year 2018. Priced at INR 50,000 plus taxes each, the courses are for a duration of 6 months’ and 5 months long respectively.
The work of a Fashion Stylist is at par with the Fashion Designer. A stylist enhances the entire look of the garment by accessorizing it aptly. As the industry requires a skilled workforce specializing in the arena, JD Institute came up with this unique and skill oriented program which would provide the required platform to the students to make use of their inherent aesthetic skills combined with the technical details learnt during the tenure of the course.
The scope of fashion design does not limit to designing clothes and garments, it can cover wider areas of designs. Since the fashion industry is an ever-growing field of economy and its growth is the proof of the ever-expanding opportunities in fashion industry. As per the needs of today’s growing design industry, the consumers require specialized and feasible solutions to their requirements. The other course introduced by JD Institute of Fashion Technology-Product Development (Textile) Program enables the students to express their creative streak through concept-based designing, which is a step further to design for the masses.
The course provides a curriculum to become Professional Fashion Stylist and work closely with designers, video makers, photographers and artist in the Fashion Industry. The degree gets students multitude of jobs as a personal stylist, personal shoppers, fashion consultants, TV stylists, corporate image consultants, personal branding coaches, wardrobe consults etc. During the course, students get international exposure to put their learning skills in practical and build their portfolios right from the beginning and get recognized globally.
Product Development (Textile) Program:
The course gives insights on arts from different regions like block printing, traditional hand painting, various handloom sarees and handicraft from different regions of India. This provides a platform for students to begin their career as a product development designer and they can work with various organizations for accessory design and development, as a consultant in interior design field. The course introduces students to a curriculum to create products through design methodology and research process using modern techniques with exploration from a traditional art and craft. It also focuses on the development of design products through market analysis and current scenario of the craft acceptability. The institute is training the students to develop entrepreneurial skills so that they learn the business skills of the competitive industry.
The courses have a batch size of 20 students and provide 100% placement assistance to the students.
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