Costume Design and Dress Making Section

Under Graduate

Dept. data last updated on :16/10/2021


Diploma in Costume Design and Garment Technology


Costume Design and Garment Technology


35 + 2 (For ICCR)


Designing is one of the most lucrative, appealing, glamorous and exciting career options in today's world. So, after completion of this course there are lots of career options as follows: 1. Join an Export house or a Retail store and work as a designer or a merchandiser. 2. Students good in pattern making can look for opportunities to work as pattern master. 3. Work as freelance designer or fashion Illustrator. 4. Start your own business and be an entrepreneur. 5. If students are interested to pursue further education then they may opt for a degree course.


PEO1: To motivate the students to apply their knowledge and skills to successfully practice professions of their choice and be valued members of their organization pertaining their skills and abilities.

PEO2: To cultivate professionals with an ability to innovate new styles and cuts of design with incredible features that functions fruitful to accomplish target customers.

PEO3: To foster professionals who understand the managerial responsibilities related to issues such as social, ethical and environmental aspects of textile and fashion industry.

PEO4 : To encourage the students to demonstrate professional and personal growth and engage in life-long learning via participation in a professional society, higher education, professional development courses and industry training courses.


PO1: Able to assess, propose and apply various techniques related to drafting, draping, illustration and Garment construction.

PO2: Able to analyze principles & elements effectively in their design process.

PO3: Able to use industry terminology and equipment in appropriate ways.

PO4: Able to adapt their artistic abilities to support their future design careers.

PO5: Able to apply historic/ethnic costumes knowledge to modern fashion design construction.

PO6: Able to develop a systematic, critical approach to problem solving at all levels of the design process.

PO7: Able to communicate their ideas, delivery of effective presentations to group leaders, target customers and at technical conference etc.

PO8: Able to understand the ethical fashion, ethical norms in the garment manufacturing process that shows the transparency, security, social responsibilities and trust.

PO9: Able to demonstrate professionalism by managing time to meet deadlines with quality work and effectively collaborating in teams.

PO10: Able orient themselves towards different fields such as to develop ideas in industrial management and entrepreneurship.

PO11: Able to relate the design process to the appropriate manufacturing process.

PO12: Able to engage in life-long learning via participation in a professional society, professional development courses and industry training courses. 




Advance Diploma in Interior Decoration


Interior Decoration




Upon successful completion of this course students can work as: 1. Art directors and create visual style and images in magazines, newspapers and product packaging. 2. Craft and fine artists and create handmade objects, such as pottery, glassware, textiles, and other objects that are designed to be functional. 3. Floral designers or florists, cut and arrange live, dried, and silk flowers and greenery to make decorative displays. They can also help customers select flowers, containers, ribbons, and other accessories.


PEO 1:- To motivate the students to understand decoration projects from concept to completion.

PEO 2:- To cultivate the students to determine the client’s goal and requirements of the project according to emerging trends in Interior Decoration.

PEO 3:- To interpret and translate customer needs into rough plans and decide on materials for the interiors as a professional.

PEO 4:- To develop managerial quality to handle a project at higher level with good communication skills along with adequate knowledge of the relevant subject to work closely with Designers, Architects and Constructors.


P0’S 1:- (Design Skills) –Able to apply as Interior Decorators the principles and practices of design, and know how to balance color, flow, and unity to ensure that all decorative elements work cohesively.

PO’S 2:-( Creativity) –Able to generate a high level of creativity, as Interior Decorators need to come up with creative ways to reinvent spaces, which can include selecting new furniture or updating finishes.

PO’S 3: (Communication Skills )– Able to  work with clients to gather information related to client’s budget ,time line ,aesthetics ,functional preferences and direct the activities of contractors.

PO’S 4:( Financial Management) – Able to keep the projects within the client’s budget while also maintaining profitability for their own business.

PO’S 5:- (Individual and Team Work): Able to participate effectively as an individual and as a team member or a leader .

PO’S 6:-(Select Decorative Elements) Able to choose wall paints, finishes, furniture, decorative pieces, textile such as rugs and upholstery for an Interior space.

PO’S 7:-(Market Survey ) Able to judge the materials and technologies available in the market with respect to cost.

PO’S 8:-(Computer Software Skills) Able to have proficiency
in AutoCAD, 3D Max or other design programs in the course and to develop 3D models of the residences and commercial areas.

PO’S 9:-(Knowledge of Lighting and Lighting Fixtures):- Able to judge the number and types lighting fixture for a interior space.

PO’S 10:-(Responsible citizens) Able to inculcate lifelong learning in students and strive to become responsible citizen by practicing moral values, sustainability, sensitivity & ethics.

PO’S 11:-(Knowledge of Landscaping) Able to suggest landscaping for interior and exterior areas e.g Terrace garden or roof garden.

PO’S 12:-(Flower arrangement) Able to suggest different types of flower arrangement according to theme such as Ikebana Style.