P.G Department of Fashion Designing & Home Science

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About P.G Department of Fashion Designing & Home Science

Studying the science of everyday life, specifically our households that include human development, food and nutrition,clothing and textiles and family and resource management.What could be more relevant than that! We only believe home science as an interesting and relevant subject but its the finest lifeskill that any individual can attain. Earlier, it was tabooed as women oriented only,but we are providing young boys and girls the equal opportunity to learn the skills, here at our campus. Home science has been operating as a popular subject at the undergraduate level since 1994 and has grown into a full-fledged department with it's seasoned faculty helping each and every student hone their natural talents.

After successfully running home science for 12 years, the department was happy to introduce fashion designing as an add on course in the year 2006. Further, starting a PG in Fashion Design and Technology in the year 2012, with it's first student being a gold medalist. The latest addition to our curriculum is the vocational course in Fashion Design and Technology which offers flexibility in learning, much appreciated by the new generation.

The department has been preparing it's students for the ever changing industry dynamics, providing various career opportunities in the fields of education, fashion designing, textile industry, food industry, hospitals as dieticians, hotels as chefs, housekeeping, interior decoration, as Child Development Project Officers (CDPO's), etc.

AIM OF DEPARTMENT

  • To develop student's aesthetic, intellectual, analytical, and technological abilities through programs that integrate theory and practice.
  • To offer students a rigorous and innovative curriculum taught by faculty with outstanding academic and industry experience.
  • To expose students to their chosen professions through internships, guest lectures, industry-sponsored projects, and other opportunities for experiential learning.
  • To promote student growth and self-development through student support services, programs, and activities.
  • To provide students with a multifaceted educational experience, which incorporates the vast and rich textile and crafts heritage of India.
  • To provide an education of exceptional quality and affordability.

MEET THE FACULTY

P.G Department of Fashion Designing & Home Science
Balbir
Dr. Balbir Kaur Sandhu
Associate Professor

Ph.D, NET, M.Sc. Foods & Nutrition, B. Ed

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Kanu
Dr. Kanu Verma
Assistant Professor

PhD

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Monika
Monika Bansal
Assistant Professor

M.Sc, M.Ed, UGC NET

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Savita
Savita Pandey
Assistant Professor

M.Sc. Clothing & Textiles, B.ed., B.Sc. Home Science,

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Rimpi
Rimpi Rani
Assistant Professor

M.Sc. Fashion Designing & Tech. B.ed, B.A, Diploma in Sewing Tech. & Embroidery

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Samreet
Samreet Kaur Sandhu
Assistant Professor

N.E.T., M.Sc. Lifestyle & Fashion Technology

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Pushpinder
Pushpinder Kaur
Assistant Professor

M.Sc Apparel & Textile Science, B.Sc (Hons.) Home Science

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Gurinder
Gurinder Kaur
Assistant Professor

M.Sc Fashion Design & Technology, B.Ed. Fine Arts, B.A. Home Science & Fine Arts

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Mamta
Mamta Sharma
Assistant Professor

M.Sc (Clothing &Textiles),B.Sc (Home science)

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COURSES OFFERED

P.G Department of Fashion Designing & Home Science
 

MASTERS IN FASHION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

Two years Regular program

Our M.Sc. in Fashion Design and Technology develops the power of imagination and creative identity of each student. In this course, we focus on presentation and communication alongside design-led skills. The students will learn not only how to create the right product for market and articulation of their ideas, but will also provide a framework of self-directed work, backed by informed knowledge of your industry. With an ethos of guided experimentation, the students will explore their individual style and define the context of their work while being challenged to innovate to the highest standards.

We have designed our syllabus for masters to provoke debate around approaches to fashion. The students are expected to carry out intensive personal research throughout the studies. Project based teaching helps the student develop creative ideas, originality critical judgements and technical skills.

Programme Outcome

PO1.It is designed to provide eligible candidates a specialization in the wide range of applications and research skills used in the fashion industry.

PO2.The students explore their creative side intellectually along with conceptualization, Textile manipulation and designing, prototyping garment, branding, and business, etc.

PO3.To understand the complexity of fashion designing the students need to acquire knowledge, creativity, a mature sense of the fashion industry, learn skills, and specialize.

PO4.MSc Fashion Designing curriculum helps students to develop their signature style and explore the conceptual contexts of their work and enables one to apply advanced theory and practice in the chosen field.

PO5.This course also helps students to develop skills like Creativity and artistic taste, Knowledge of colours, textures, and shapes, technical knowledge of tasks such as pattern cutting and sewing, Knowledge of fashion trends, Drawing and sketching skills, Originality, and innovativeness.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO I) :M.Sc. I Fashion Design and Technology

PSO1.To demonstrate professionalism by managing time to meet deadlines with quality work and

effectively collaborating in teams.

PSO2.To assess, propose, and apply various techniques related to drafting, draping and constructing of garments.

PSO3.To develop a systematic, critical approach to problem solving at all levels of the design process and to articulate design ideas verbally, visually and digitally.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO II) : M.Sc. II Fashion Design and Technology

PSO1.The students will have strong foundation in designing and have the ability to visually represent it by illustrations, photographs, graphics and visual display of merchandise.

PSO2.The students will be able to understand and analyze the market trends and design market friendly, sustainable, ethically viable and client friendly designs and products.

PSO3.Students will be able to work as a team in any organization and become accomplished or successful Designers, Entrepreneurs or Industry ready professionals.

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BACHELOR OF VOCATIONAL STUDIES (B.VOC.) - FASHION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

A Three year program with flexible approach, having entry/exit system at all levels. This program presents not only regular students but drop-outs and out of education candidates with the opportunity join the course.

Programe Outcome

PO1.Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc.) Fashion Design and Technology is a graduate level program with the objective to provide adequate knowledge and skills related to apparel fashion designing and technology for employment and entrepreneurship.

PO2.Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc. - Fashion Design and Technology) is a three year Degree program with multiple exits such as Diploma /Advanced Diploma relating to apparel manufacturing.

PO3.The course would provide adequate knowledge and skills for employment in the apparel industry. The student will have flexibility by means of multiple exit points. Curriculum details would include a suitable mix of general education and skill development which are designed for specific job roles in apparel industry.

PO4.The course includes content which equip skill development component in the candidate. Each year includes practical as well as theory courses which impart appropriate and relevant knowledge of the garment industry.

PO5.The candidate will be exposed to project work and on the job training in the industry so as to become ready to work in the apparel industry.

FIRST YEAR

SEM - I (CERTIFICATE) Self Employed Tailor is a skilled tailor versed with making customized Indian dresses. The job thus involves taking measurement, cutting fabric as per measurement and sewing with the help of ordinary sewing machines. The person also does alteration works of stitched dress materials to correct and fit as per customer requirements.  

After the completion of first semester, the student will be awarded with a certificate.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO I): Self Employed Tailor

PSO1.The main idea of this course is to instil the skills regarding tailoring of garments by taking measurement, cutting clothes as per measurement and sewing with the help of ordinary sewing machines.

PSO2. To enhance various techniques related to drafting, draping, designing and construction of a garment with a systematic and critical approach to problem solving at all levels of the design process.

PSO3.Develop a systematic, critical approach to problem solving at all levels of the design process.

SEM - II (DIPLOMA) A Fashion Designer should have the skills and knowledge to develop fashion design briefs and manage the development of design concepts for commercial production. The Initial process includes conducting market research and trend analysis for the particular season and identifying a theme for the collection; then creating a mood board and colour board based on the theme, develop an entire range according to the business plan and as per the theme board. After finalization on the range with the team, create the tech pack for each style. Work with different teams to create a prototype design based on the tech pack. Evaluation of the sample and documentation of the same is also done by the designer.

After the completion of one year, the student will be awarded with a Diploma.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO I): Fashion Designer

PSO1. Design and develop apparel products to meet the end-user desire by applying basic concepts in design and illustration.

PSO2. Select the right materials and accessories for constructing the garments with respect to changing global fashion.

PSO3. Creating and presenting various product design to attain entry level position in fashion industry.

SECOND YEAR (ADVANCE DIPLOMA)

SEM - III and IV An Industrial Engineer is responsible for determining most effective ways to create a product or service in sewing line. Their work includes analysis of the sewing method & process, machine and supervision of production floor for efficiency improvement.

After the completion of two years, the student will be awarded with an Advanced Diploma.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO II): Industrial Engineer

PSO1. An Industrial Engineer is responsible for determining most effective ways to create a product or service in sewing line. Outline of the program is designed accordingly.

PSO2. To impart science based education to develop professional skills that will prepare the student for better employment.

PSO3. To develop an ability to work in teams, innovate, design and evolve project implementing capabilities and skill of production.

THIRD YEAR (DEGREE)

SEM – V and VI Boutique Manager is a skilled designer with business acumen for managing shops to make fashion wear. The job involves thorough understanding of designs, being aware of latest trends, ability to convince clients for a design, capable of pattern making and skilled in stitching.

After the completion of three years, the student will be awarded with the Graduation Degree.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO III): Boutique Manager

PSO1.A Boutique Manager is a skilled designer with business acumen for managing shop to make fashionwear, made ups and home furnishings.

PSO2. The job involves thorough understanding of designs, being aware of latest trends, ability to convince clients for a design, capable of pattern making and skilled in stitching.

PSO3. All the steps involved in the management of a boutique.

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B.A. WITH HOME SCIENCE (as an optional subject)

Three year Regular program

This course aims at developing professional skills for economic empowerment of self in particular and the community as a whole. The students will learn how to apply sustainable practices for improved physical, emotional, social, psychological environment. After the completion of this course, the students will understand the science and technology behind foods and nutrition, clothing and textiles, housing and human development that enhances the quality of life among people.

Programe Outcome

PO1. Developed professional skills in food, nutrition, textiles, housing and human development.

PO2. Acquire professional and entrepreneurial skill for economic empowerment of self in particular and   community.

PO3. Understand the science and technology that enhance the quality of life of people.

PO4. Bringing science from laboratory to the people.

PO5. Appreciate use of sustainable practices for improved physical,emotional ,social ,psychological environment.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO-1)

PSO1. Use of practices for physical emotional social and psychological environment at micro and macro level.

PSO2. Environment and sustainability

PSO3. Critically evaluate the impact of household and industrial practices on environment.

 

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO-2)

PSO1. Learning various elements and principles of design to understand clothing.

PSO2. Critically evaluate impact of clothing on society.

PSO3. Learning Suitable clothing needs of various age groups.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO-3)

PSO1. Evaluate Impact of diet plans on curing different type of diseases.

PSO2. Learning Various developmental theories for all round development

PSO3. Appreciate use of practices for improved physical emotional social psychology kal and environmental health and wellbeing of society.

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Introduction

In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers' Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to society. It is the birth anniversary of a great teacher Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, the President of India and above all, a teacher. On this occasion, students thank their teachers for guiding them to taste the success. It is the responsibility of every student to thank and shower gratitude on this special occasion.

 



 

 

Introduction

Teeyan (Punjabi: à¨¤à©€à¨†à¨‚) is the regional name of the festival of Teej. which is celebrated throughout Punjab, which is dedicated to the onset of the monsoon and focuses on daughters and sisters. The festival is celebrated during the monsoon season from the third day of the lunar month of Sawan on the bright half, up to the full moon of sawan (about 13 days). The traditional dress to wear in Teej is a Punjabi suit, a Punjabi jutti, and a paranda with traditional Punjabi jewellery. The festival of teeyan centres on girls and women getting together in the village green and tying swings to the trees. The festival gathers momentum in the teeyan Gidha. The main focus of the teeyan is dancing Giddha

Traditional bolyan which are sung to dance Gidha include:

Punjabi:

ਓੁੱਚੇ ਟਾਹਣੇ ਪੀਂਘ ਪਾ ਦੇ
ਜਿਥੇ ਆਪ ਹੁਲਾਰਾ ਆਵੇ

Uchay tahne peeng pa de
jithey aap hulara aavey

Translation

Hang my swing from a high tree branch
where the swing moves by itself

 

 

 

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P.G. Department of Fashion Designing and Home science of Khalsa College, Patiala organized “Lok Pehrawa” Mukabla (competition) for students to celebrate Teej Festival and around 18 students participated in this competition. The students of the department came dressed in traditional colourful costumes to mark the festival. They also participated with great zeal and zest, and presented colourful folk dance gidha and songs. Baljinder kaur won the first prize, Ramandeep kaur won the second prize and Gurpreet Kaur won the third prize in the competition. College principal Dr. Dharminder Singh appreciated the efforts made by the department and said that such competitions showcase the hidden talents of the students. He highlighted the cultural significance of Teej festival and said in Punjab, the monsoon month is eagerly awaited to celebrate this traditional festival of Teej. He further said that no society without having its roots entrenched in its culture can survive for long. Dr. Balbir Kaur, head of the department, spoke that our clothes are a signifier of our identity and culture and thanked the students and staff members for making the program a success. Dr. Kanu Verma Assistant Professor of the department judged the event. Faculty members Prof. Monika Bansal, Prof. Savita Pandey, Prof.  Rimpy Rani were also present on the occasion.

 

 

Introduction

Diwali is the festival of lights and sweetness. It is basically a symbol of the victory of good over evil, brightness over darkness, and truth over falsity. The diyas not only make diwali, the festival of lights, but they also symbolize the supremacy and consequence of brightness over darkness. Diya can be defined as a small earthen lamp that is specially lit on diwali for puja and decoration purposes. A cotton wick is used in diyas, and oil or ghee serves as the burning fuel. Diyas are plain and coloured, big and small, simple and fancy, and so. Diwali diyas are major attractions in this festival. Diwali celebrations are incomplete and graceless without the use of diwali diyas. Diyas were, are and will remain significant part of the diwali festival. With the excitement of the festive season in the air and to bring out the creative skills of the students Diya making online competition was held.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                        

 

 

 

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Rangoli is an art form originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or a tabletop using materials such as powdered limestone, red ochre, dry rice flour, coloured sand, quartz powder, flower petals, and coloured rocks. The designs made on this event were part of the Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) programme of the Election Commission of India. The rangolis seek to reinforce the importance of 100% voting and abstaining from taking cash for votes. The events have witnessed beautiful and colourful Rangolis with powerful voter awareness messages and this has seen participation from inter-college students. Everyone has participated and made Rangolis appealing and attractive for creating voter awareness.

 

 

 

 

Introduction

In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers' Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to society. It is the birth anniversary of a great teacher Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, the President of India and above all, a teacher. On this occasion, students thank their teachers for guiding them to taste the success. It is the responsibility of every student to thank and shower gratitude on this special occasion.

 

 

 

 

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Floral arrangement, an art of arranging living or dried plant material for adornment of the body or home or as a part of public ceremonies, festivals, and religious rituals. Since the earliest days of civilization, humans have used floral decorations, composed of living or dried cut-plant materials or artificial facsimiles, to embellish their environment and persons. Flowers have played an important part in folk festivals, religious ceremonies, public celebrations of all kinds, and, of course, courtships. Sophisticated cultures have generally expressed a love for decorating with flowers by carefully arranging them in especially chosen containers, while other societies have used them more informally: strewn, made into garlands and wreaths, or casually placed in water-holding vessels without thought of arrangement.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration which promotes social interaction and harmony

Children will remember an important day only if they are told what the occasion signifies. So a celebration makes them aware of the world in a more fun way. Celebrating events and festivals in our school has become an integral part of learning and building a strong cultural belief. Such celebrations bring the students closer to each other’s traditions and cultural beliefs and develop respect and understanding for each other’s customs and traditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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P.G Department of Fashion Designing & Home Science

Dr.Balbir Kaur

balbirsandhu1974@gmail.com                                      M: 9988111580

Dr. Kanu Verma

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Pr. Monika Bansal

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Pr.Savita Panday

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Pr. Rimpy

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Pr. Samreet kaur

samreet0@gmail.com                                                      M: 8427596769

Pr. Pushpinder kaur

pushusekhon94@gmail                                                   M: 8146303030

Pr. Gurinder kaur

kaurgurinder48@gmail.com                                           M: 9781118090

 

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