Duration : 3 Year UG Pathway

Eligibility : 10+2 in any discipline with minimum 50% marks

Location : Delhi/ NCR (East and West), Mumbai

Course Overview

The 3 Year UG Pathway in Fashion & Lifestyle Business Management imparts skills needed to run a Global and Domestic Fashion & Lifestyle Brand.

The curriculum is well structured to build sound grounds for Fashion & Lifestyle Business competencies in core technical areas like Fashion Product Development, Fashion Marketing, Fashion Retailing, Fashion Logistics and Operations Management, Production Planning and Control Systems, Visual Merchandising and Retail Operations.

The opportunity to study a semester in an overseas institute provides exposure to global industry & different cultures. The pathway also engages students with real world experiences, so that a fair mix of theoretical knowledge and practical familiarities is achieved to foster learning.

In the final year, students can opt from any one of the specialized streams as per their interest. The specializations offered by the institute are:

  • Merchandising & Marketing
  • Retail Merchandising and Visual Merchandising

At the end of the last year, students will work on a final Dissertation Project which enables them to apply their knowledge on a pragmatic ground which ensures that students are adept both theoretically and practically.

Career Path

  • Marketing / Production / Vendor Management Managers
  • Vendor Management Managers
  • Visual Merchandisers
  • Store Manager/Store Assistant Manager
  • Merchandising Specialists
  • Production Managers

Pearlites have also pursued higher education from some of the most sought after institutes in India and abroad.

Amrita Chandok IIT, Delhi / IIFT, Delhi
Ankit Behl Jaipur National University
Anubha Rajpal Istituto Marangoni, London
Anupam Kapoor NIFT Delhi
Apoorva Behal Istituto Marangoni, London
Arushi ICFAI, Gurgaon
Avisha London College of Fashion, UK
Bhavna Kapoor NIFT Delhi
Gunika Sanan University of Winchester (School of Art), UK
Kartik Verma Offered admission in IIM Rohtak / IIM Udaipur / IIM Kashipur / IIM Raipur / IMT Ghaziabad / IMI / SP Jain Mumbai / SP Jain Dubai
Mehak Khanna Istituto Marangoni, Italy
Nitya Soni Istituto Marangoni, Italy
Payal Taneja NIFT Delhi
Prakriti Sardana Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM), Los Angeles, USA
Pranav Sachdeva Domus Academy, Italy
Sakshi Khera Istituto Marangoni, London
Samish Jain Istituto Marangoni, Italy
Siddharth Gupta Golden Gate University, USA
Silkina Kothari University of Winchester (School of Art), UK
Sukrit Bagchi Domus Academy, Italy
Swati Gupta NIFT Delhi
Varun Handa Indian School of Business
Vidhi Nagpal Amity University

Student Work 2016

Fashion & Lifestyle Business Management

Delhi NCR (West)

Student Work 2015

Nakul Aggarwal
To Study Fabric Dyeing Defects And Their Cause
Kartik Verma
“Assuage Mom”
Karishma Sondhi
To Explore The Scope Of Prêt Lines By Fashion Designers To Reach More Customers
Karan Aroraa
Challenges Of Supply Chain Management In Small Scale Garment Industry In India
Jyoti Pathreja
Study On Indian Consumer Perception On Fashion Retail Brands Adopting Csr Initiatives
Ravi Karan Arneja
To Study Consumer Perception Of Brand Essence In Men's Ethnic Wear Market In India
Abhijeet Singh
To Set Up Green Factory For Garment Manufacturing In Rural Areas Of Rajasthan
Ritika Jain
How Indian Fashion Brands Use Csr To Build Brand Equity
Adish Pathak
Pre-Production Delays In Garment Industry: A Focus On Buying House
Sanjot Kaur Chhabra
To Study The Scope Of Feasibility Of Brand Extension Into Kids Innerwear
Aditi Sikka
Factors Influencing Clients Buying Behaviour Towards Luxury Goods
Sarabjot Singh Arora
Brick And Mortar Vs E-Retail: An Analysis
Ainam Ashfaque
Utilization Of Digital Medium For Brand Building By The Fashion Brands In India
Shiney Sharma
Waste Water Management In Clothing And Textile Industry
Agnivesh Kumar
“A study on the Indian consumer perceptions.”
Shubham Arora
To Study The Impact Of Better Interactive Features In An Apparel Online Store
Anand Banik
“To explore the impact of MAKE IN INDIA initiative in the Apparel industry.”
Smridhi Seth
Implications Of Semiotics On Brand Equity
Ankit Singla
To Study The Lifecycle Of The Denim And Minimize It's Wastage
Srishti Taneja
Social Compliance In Medium Size Export Units
Pooja Sahajwani
Scope Of Indian Textile Crafts And Its Promotion
Surbhi Singhal
Comparison Between Generation X And Generation Y
Pal Kaur
A Study Of Consumer Behaviour Of Youth Towards Fast Fashion Brands In Delhi/Ncr
Nikita Ginglani
Impact Of Growing Mall Culture In Youth: A Comparative Study Of 3 Malls In Delhi/Ncr