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Fashion Designing : Eligibility & Course Areas

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Minimum eligibility for the Undergraduate course in this field is 10+2 with 50% marks and for Post Graduate courses graduation. In the prominent institutes, admission is strictly on merit- through written test, situation test, group discussion and interview. These courses are aimed at understanding concepts related to costume, jewellery, leather goods and many other similar products where fashion matters. 

The courses include Graduate, Post graduate, Certificate and Diploma in the following areas: 

While 10+2 is sufficient for Accessory designing and Fashion Designing, Graduates are preferred for other courses.

The training also includes internship in an organization which gives the students industry functions. Training is usually imparted keeping in mind the demands of the international market. Most training institutes have the  latest technologies including laboratories, workshops, design and research centers, libraries, computers and information about the latest development in the industry.

Prominent institutes in Fashion Technology are National institute of Fashion technology (NIFT), National Institute of Design (NID), International Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi (IIFT); IEC School of Art and Fashion, New Delhi; Indian Institute of Art and Fashion Technology (IIAFT), Mumbai; Pearl Academy of fashion, New Delhi; J.D Institute of fashion Technology, New Delhi.

Fashion Designing : Remuneration

The best bet for a beginner is to get associated with an established designer or design house, and begin with doing the menial work. Most trainee designers get a stipend of around Rs. 4000, but what you can learn in Working as a part of a design team fetches around Rs.12,000 a month.

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