ATDC offers a three-year Degree course in Fashion Technology for students who have completed their PUC or equivalent. It’s a great learning opportunity for creative teens as graduates in Fashion Design and Apparel are paid high starting salaries in the fashion and apparel industry.
Apparel Training and Design Centre in Bengaluru has invited applications for its three-year Degree course in Apparel and Fashion.
The full-time Bachelor course is being offered in two streams as BVoc in Fashion Design and Retail and BVoc in Apparel Manufacturing and Entrepreneurship.
Students who have completed their II PUC (or equivalent from other boards) across Karnataka and in neighbouring states in any discipline and have a creative bent of mind are eligible to apply. ATDC, headquartered at Gurgaon, is India’s largest vocational training provider under the Ministry of Textiles and now offers full-time degree course at its centres.
These two new-generation degree courses for the fashion industry is recognised by AICTE and costs much lesser than private colleges that are affiliated to local universities.
“In today’s fashion-conscious world, there is a huge demand for courses that touch upon fashion, design, apparel, manufacturing and entrepreneurship and ATDC prides itself on creating industry-ready professionals,” says ATDC Principal Padmavathy.
“Students placed by the institution in the industry command a starting salary of Rs 20,000 plus and those interested in entrepreneurship can set up manufacturing units for which they are eligible for loans under various schemes,” says BVoC course principal Sunitha.
Fashion technology is a creative pursuit and involves knowledge of apparel, colour sense, design sense and creativity. Selected students will get hands-on exposure at the state-of-the-art centre in Yeshwanthpur where emphasis is on enhancing skills, using latest machines and learning designing on CAD. ATDC believes in creating industry-ready professionals with a thorough knowledge through its courses, she adds.
In addition, students are sent for internships every semester at leading fashion and export houses as well as participate in fashion shows organised by leading event companies and fashion houses during the course.
As per Government of India rules, economically backward but bright students opting for this degree course are eligible for scholarships. Banks also offer students loans to those who get selected for this bachelors’ programme.
You can also fill the preliminary form for admission here by clicking this link http://bit.ly/2LI4087
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