Course - Overview

The Post Graduate (PG) Textile Design Program provides a broad intake of graduates from any discipline to imbibe an integrated approach to design and technical subjects of textile with a thorough understanding of the market. The basic aim of the specialisation in textile course is to provide a functional understanding of Textile Design and its application in commercial context. Understanding of materials (conventional and futuristic), sustainable processes, tools and techniques (both traditional craft and contemporary practices) help students to create an awareness of both local and global contexts that affect design and production parameters.

The curriculum also help students to develop a personal style and vision to become a successful professional and to pursue careers in the textile industry, mill sector, export houses, home furnishing sector, fashion design houses, craft clusters and also to set up their own ventures. Throughout the curriculum students get ample opportunities to choose their area of interest for specialization in Weaving, Knitting, Printing, or embroidery.

The Fashion Design with Specialisation in Textiles course curriculum equips the aspirants to explore the creative realms of contemporary textiles in the cultural context thereby broadening the horizons of traditional understanding of textiles. The Course fosters responsible design thinkers with a futuristic vision to take the traditional textiles to a global platform. The students will be engaged in live projects to gain understanding of the industry and also undergo an international exchange program to experience design with global perspectives.


Textile World Map - Surface 1; Printed & Painted Textiles; Colour & Composition; Globalization of Traditional Art forms; Textile World Map – Structure 1; Design of Fabrics; Patternalia; Product to Design Product

Textile World Map – Surface 2 ; Relative to Area of interest – Structure (Weaves & Knits); Relative to Area of Interest Surface (Print & Embroidery); International Weeks and International Experience; Textile World Map – Structure 2; Material Design; Double Project: Institute + Industry

Career Path

Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.

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  • Textile Designer (Weaving, Knitting, Printing or Embroidery)

  • Textile Technologist

  • Retail Buyer

  • Creative Heads for Textile or Fashion Units

  • Fabric Coordinators

  • Design Consultants

  • Design Researcher

  • Freelance Textile Designers

  • Textile Entrepreneurs

  • Design Educator

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