- Fashion theory
- Pattern making and garment construction
- Creative textiles
- Merchandising and marketing
- Software application in fashion designing
- Fashion Show
The Course of Advance Diploma is structured in such a way to give an enhanced learning experience to the students. This course can be pursued after 10+2 from a recognized institution or its equivalent exam. Through this course, NSAM helps students assimilate the fundamentals of fashion designing and groom them to withstand the lucrative, exciting, and challenging field of fashion and apparel design. In this course, students will learn about Product Development and Fashion Promotion, Introduction to Computers & Elementary Mathematics, Design Development &Colour Concept, Fashion Marketing, and Merchandising, Garment Finishing and Care, Element of Textile Science – I, History of Costume, Basic of Fashion & Principles of Design, Basics of Quality Control, Element of Textile Science, Pattern Making, Fashion, Garment Construction, Computer Aided Design along with workshops and internship opportunities.
The Fashion Industry’s underlying elements are designing clothing, lifestyle accessories, and glamour influenced by social plus cultural attitudes. Anyone having creativity, style, and originality combined with managerial plus communication skills can prosper by acquiring a professional course degree in this fancied world of Fashion Designing. This course is designed to provide professional as well as practical insights to students with an opportunity to gain some in hand experience in the field.
Minimum 40% in undergraduate degree courses from any stream
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|Degree in Fashion Design||Minimum 40% Passing in 12th CBSE/HSC or any other equivalent board.|
3 Years of diploma from a Government recognized university
|Diploma / Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design||Minimum 40% passing in 10th CBSE/SSC or any other equivalent board||1 Year|
|PG Diploma||Minimum 40% in undergraduate degree courses from any stream||1 Year|
|Master’s Degree||Minimum 40% in undergraduate degree from interior/Architecture field for |
pursuing masters in fashion designing.