DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE D.E.I.

TECHNICAL COLLEGE
DIPLOMA IN TEXTILE DESIGNING
COURSE LIST & SYLLABUS: (2009-10)
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DTD101 DTD103 DTD105 DTD106 DTD107 DTD108 DAS107 DHU101 RDC141 DTD201 DTD203 DTD204 DTD205 DTD206 DTD207 DHU201 RDC241 CAC241 DTD301 DTD302 DTD303 DTD304 DTD305 DTD306 DTD307 CRC341 DTD401 DTD402 DTD403 DTD404 DTD405 DTD406 DTD407 DAS402 DAS405 DME410 CEC441 CAC441

DRAWING & SKETCHING I COLOUR MIXING & COLOUR IDEAS BASIC DESIGN I OBJECT DRAWING I TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 1 HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES I FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECH. ENGLISH COMMUNICATION I SOCIAL SERVICE DRAWING & SKETCHING II COLOUR & TEXTURE OBJECT DRAWING II BASIC DESIGN II TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 2 HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES II ENGLISH COMMUNICATION II AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES DRAWING III PRINTING TECHNOLOGY PRINTING TECHNOLOGY LAB. DESIGN IDEAS & DESIGN INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE FABRIC STUDY HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES III COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RELIGION DRAWING IV COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN I DYEING TECHNOLOGY DYEING TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP TEXTILE SCIENCE LAB. TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 3 HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES IV ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLLUTION ENVIRONMENTAL SC.& POLLUTION LAB INDUSTRY ORIENTED COURSE CULTURAL EDUCATION CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

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DRAWING & SKETCHING III TEXTILE PRINTING DESIGN I PRINTING DESIGN IDEAS COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN II COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN LAB.1 PROJECT PRACTICAL TRAINING & VIVA INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT SC.METH.,G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS I DRAWING VI TEXTILE DESIGN II COLOUR WAYS II PRODUCT DESIGN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN LAB.2 TEXTILE PRINTING TECHNOLOGY PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY SC.METH.,G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS II CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

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Course No.: DTD101, Course Title: DRAWING & SKETCHING I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course-MAJOR, Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 6(L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. /sem.: 84 Study of the natural objects in nature for understanding of colour, texture and forms in different mediums Study of the following- themes UNIT 1: Types of Leaves & rapid sketching of leaves. UNIT 2: Types of flowers & rapid sketching of flowers. UNIT 3: Types of vegetables & rapid sketching of vegetables. UNIT 4: Types of Plants & rapid sketching of plants. UNIT 5: Types of Trees & rapid sketching of trees. Course No.: DTD103, Course Title: COLOUR MIXING & COLOUR IDEAS Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 UNIT 1: Primary, Secondary, Sub-secondary. UNIT 2: Opaque colours, Transparent colours, Tints, Shades. UNIT 3: Colour wheel. UNIT 4: Cool colours, Warm colours. UNIT 5: Colour Harmonies, Analogous, Contrast, Monochromatic colours, Achromatic Colours, Polychromatic colours.
SUGGESTED READINGS: BATIK AND TIE & DYE: Donaj Meilach CHEMICAL PROCESSING OF SILK: ML Gulrajani COLOUR CRAFT: Janet Allen COLOUR CRAFTS & HOBBIES: Reader Digest COLOUR DESIGNERS’ GUIDE: James Stocktom COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COLOURFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Khatri COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication. DESIGNERS GUIDE TO COLOUR 2 : James Stockton DYEING AND PRINTING: Excalibur Books DYES AND DYING: C.E.Pelle FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES: G.P. sherry INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication. TEXTILES FIBRE TO FABRIC: Bernard P.Corbman TIE & DYE TEXTILES OF INDIA: Veronica Murphy & Rosemary Crill TIE AND DYE AS A PRESENT DAY CRAFT: Anne Maile TIE DYEING & BATIK; Fatidjah Anderson VASTRA VIGYAN KA MOOL SIDHANT: G.P. sherry VASTROUPADAN KALA: Shamnarain lal

Course No.: DTD105, Course Title: BASIC DESIGN I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT 1: Introduction to tools, Introduction to materials. UNIT 2: Understanding dots/lines shapes., Exploration and experiments with different materials. UNIT 3: Composition of geometrical shapes, Limitation of compass' UNIT 4: Composition with paper collage, Understanding of technical terms used in design. UNIT 5: Understanding of various types of designs, Realistic and abstract, Traditional and modern, Folk and symbolic. Course No.: DTD106, Course Title: OBJECT DRAWING I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: Understanding of basic shapes in perspective. Understanding of the objects through shading. Expression of transparent objects. Expression of opaque objects.
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UNIT 5: Composition of still-objects in natural and stylised forms. Course No.: DTD107, Course Title: TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 1 Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 The exercises to be finished with 20 design ideas, visualization and then execution on the desired material 1st Semester Learning different types of Tying for Tie & Dye UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Knotting, Laheria Ruchining, Tritick Folding, Insertions Match stick-Printing Potato printing
COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa DECORA : Kenshiro Takami DESIGNERS GUIDE TO COLOUR 2 : James Stockton IMPRESSIONS: K.Prakash GARDEN FLOWERS: David Papworth, Bob Legge & Noel Prockter INTRODUCTION TO FLOWERS: Shingo Takeda PERENNIALS: Michael Joseph & Rainbird SHRUBS: Michael Joseph & Rainbird

SUGGESTED READINGS: COLOUR CRAFT: Janet Allen CRAFTS AND HOBBIES: Reader’s Digest DECORATIVE ENDPAPERS: Webb & Bower EXPRESSIONS: K.Prakash FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf LABORATORY PRACTICE ON KNITTING TECHNOLOGY: L. Kudriavin ROSES: Roger Phillips & Martyn Rix SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Center, Govt. of India Publication. COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Center, Govt. of India Publication

Course No.: DTD108, Course Title: HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 Study of Indian embroidered textiles with reference to: (a) Historical significance (b) Construction techniques (c) Styles (d) Textures, (e) motifs (f) centers of Production UNIT 1: Kashmir embroidery UNIT2: Phulkari UNIT 3: Chamba Rumals UNIT 4: Kasuti UNIT 5: Kantha, Suzni
SUGGESTED READINGS: BIDRI WARE: Krishna Lal BLOCK PRINTING AND DYEING OF BAGRU, RAJASTHAN: Bijoy Mohanty & J. P. Mohanty BANARAS BROCADES: Ajit Mookerjee ANCIENT INDIAN TEXTILE DESIGNS 1: Jai Shankar Mishra BROCADED FABRICS OF INDIA: B.C.Mohanty COLORFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Kothari COSTUMES TEXTILES, COSMETICS & COIFFURE IN ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL INDIA CRAFTS OF JAMMU, KASHMIR & LADAKH: Jaya Jaitly DECORATIVE DESIGN HISTORY IN INDIAN TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani DECORATIVE DESIGN ON STONE & WOOD IN INDIA; Enakshi Bhawnani ETHNIC EMBROIDERY OF INDIA: Usha Shrikant DECORATIVE DESIGNS & CRAFTSMANSHIP IN INDIA: Enakshi Bhavnani EMBROIDERED TEXTILES: Sheila Paine HANDSPUN & HAND-WOVEN TEXTILES OF PONDURU: Kurma Rao INDIAN FOLK ARTS: Heinz Mode, Subodh Chandra HIMACHAL EMBROIDERY: Subhashni Arya IKAT TEXTILES OF INDIA: Chelna Desai INDIAN CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf INDIAN EMBROIDERY: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay HAND-WOVEN FABRICS OF INDIA: Jasleen Dhamija and Jyotindre Jain INDIAN FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS: Jasleen Dameja INDIAN KALAMKARI: KV Chandramoili INDIAN PAINTED & PRINTED FABRICS: John Irwin & Margaret Hall MADHUBANI PAINTING: Mulkh Raj Anand INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna MADHUBANI PAINTING: Upendra Thakur INDIAN TIE-DYED FABRICS: Alfred Buhler, Eberhard Fischer &Marie- Louise Nabholz PHULKARI: SS Hitkari JOURNAL OF INDIAN TEXTILE HISTORY Vol. 1-8: Calico Museum o f Textiles Ahmedabad SHAWL: Nelly H.sethna MADHYA PRADESH SARIS OF INDIA: Rta Kapur Christi & Amba Sanyal MASTERPIECES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Rustam J. Mehta PALOTA & RESIST DYED FABRICS IN INDIA: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. RUGS AND CARPETS: Elena Tzareva TEXTILE ARTS OF INDIA: Kokyo Hatanaka TEXTILE ARTS: Margo Singer & Mary Spyrou TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 1: Cecil Lubell TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 2: Cecil Lubell TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES OF ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT: Linda Parry THE LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLS: Archna THE ORISSAN ART OF WEAVING: Keshab Chandra Meher The SARI :Linda Lynton THREADS OF IDENTITY: Judy frater TRADITIONAL DESIGNS FROM INDIA: Pradumna & Rosalba Tana TRADITIONAL INDIAN TEXTILES: John Gillow & Nickolas Barnard TRADITIONAL INDIAN COSTUMES AND TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar TREASURES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Marg Publications 1980

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Course Number: DAS107, Course Title: FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Class: Diploma in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2009-10 Total Credits:3, Periods(50 mts. each)/week: 5(L-2+T-0+P/S-3), Min.pds./sem.:65 UNIT 1: IT INFRASTRUCTURE & MS WORD Introduction to IT and its importance, Information Concepts and Processing, Computer HardwareSignificance & Identification of hardware, Central processing unit, Computer memory, Input technologies, Output technologies, Computer hierarchy. MS WORD Understanding components of MS Word screen, Creating a new document, Moving around in a document, Opening, and saving, Editing a document, Using copy, cut and paste tools, Selecting text, Formatting text, Aligning text, Using different fonts, Bullets and numbers, Finding and replacing text, Adjusting line spacing, Setting tabs, Indents and margins, Inserting header and footer, Tables, Spelling correction, Columns, Page setting, Previewing and printing, Word help. UNIT 2: MS EXCEL Understanding electronic worksheet or spreadsheet, Components of worksheet screen and organization of worksheet area, Opening a worksheet, Entering numbers, text etc, Navigating the worksheet, Editing a worksheet, Adding and deleting cells, rows and columns, Setting column width, Selecting ranges, Copying and moving data, Using formulas, Naming cells and ranges, Using functions, Inserting a chart, Editing and formatting a chart, Sorting and filtering, using Macros. UNIT 3: MS POWER POINT Understanding objective, Components of power point screen, Different ways of creating a presentation, Different views, Changing order of slides, Inserting and deleting slides, Attaching notes to a slide, Hiding and un-hiding a slide, Auto layouts, Text and title place holders, Transition of slides, Inserting clip art and picture etc., Types of printouts. UNIT 4: SOFTWARE & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Computer Software- Software history & Significance, Properties, Classification, understanding Operating systems, working in DOS and Windows environment. Software Engineering: Understanding Software Engineering- Definition, the Software problem, Software Process. Process models- Waterfall and Prototyping, Software qualities, Design approaches- Functional and Object oriented. UNIT 5: NETWORKS & COMPUTER SECURITY Understanding Computer networks, Network protocols, WWW, HTML, e-commerce, importance of Computer Security, Types of viruses. Sending and receiving the e-mail, search using the Internet, Preventive measures and treatment/cleaning of viruses, sending messages & Video conferencing using computer network.
SUGGESTED READING: IT TOOLS & APPLICATIONS: RK Taxali IT TOOLS & APPLICATIONS (‘O’ LEVEL MADE SIMPLE SERIES): Satish Jain, Shashank Jain, Dr. Madhulika Jain.

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Course No.: DHU101, Course Title: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION I Class: Dip. In Textile Design, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2 (L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. /sem.: 28
Preparatory Material: Elementary grammar - Sentence, kinds, formation, subject and predicate, Tenses, synonyms, antonyms, translation of small sentences, one word substitutes and other basic items of English language.

UNIT 1: GRAMMAR (a) Use of Verbs-Auxiliaries and Irregular Verbs (b) Tenses-Uses and Contrast (c) Use of VerbalsInfinitives, Participles & Gerunds (d) Use of Articles, Prepositions, Conjunctions (e) Common errors in different parts of speech and their correction (f) Concord. UNIT 2: LISTENING AND SPEAKING (a) Practice in Listening Skills: Practice exercises based on component skills (predicting, guessing meanings of unknown words and phrases, recognizing discourse markers and cohesive devices, distinguishing between relevant information and subsidiary details, understanding the implications of different stress and intonation patterns, etc.) (b) Global Listening Comprehension Practice: Understanding the meaning of (i) spoken sentences, (ii) short dialogues, and (iii) longer discourse. (c) Practice in Speaking Skills: Practice exercises based on component skills (using appropriate stress and intonation patterns, pauses, using appropriate words and phrases, construction of different types of sentences, using appropriate discourse markers and connecting devices, sequencing of ideas). (d) Integrated Listening-Speaking Activities: (i) Meeting and greeting; starting and developing a conversation (ii) Descriptions of current and past events (iii) Reporting (iv) Giving and asking for directions (v) Arranging to meet friends and colleagues (vi) Making and responding to requests. UNIT 3: READING (a) Practice in Reading Skills: Practice exercises based on the component skills (Reading Strategies-before, during and after reading; deducing the meaning and use of unknown words and phrases; distinguishing the main idea from subsidiary information; recognizing discourse markerse.g. however, for instance, therefore; skimming; scanning to extract specifically required information; basic reference skills (using an index, table of contents, layout etc.). (b) Overall Reading Comprehension Practice: Comprehension of passages involving: (i) Extensive reading (comprehension of theme and main ideas) (ii) Intensive reading (reading for details). UNIT 4: WRITING (a) Practice in Writing Skills: Practice exercises based on component skills (Correct use of punctuation, spellings, organizing ideas and facts into suitable paragraphs; constructing different types of sentences, etc.). (b) Writing short paragraphs and/or longer texts of different types (descriptive, persuasive, expressing one’s own views etc.) (c) Translation of passages from Hindi to English (preferably based on office communication). UNIT 5: INTEGRATED SKILL PRACTICE (a) Reading relevant texts and making notes (b) Listening to a talk/discussion and taking notes (c) Reporting an event orally and in writing (d) Precis Writing (reading a document and writing its summary (e) Performing other office related tasks requiring the integration of 2 or more skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).
SUGGESTED READING: REMEDIAL ENGLISH GRAMMER FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS: FT Wood Machillan MACMILLAN LIVING ENGLISH STRUCTURE: Standard Allen (Orient Longmans) ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: Rajendra Pal & JS Korlahalli (Sultan Chand & Sons) A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMER: AJ Thomson & AV Martinet (Oxford Univ. Press) HOW TO WRITE CORRECT ENGLISH: BB Jain & RP Sinha (Bharatiya Bhawan) A COMPENDIUM OF ESSAYS (Unique Publishers, Delhi) ENGLISH COMMUNICATION: Technical Teacher’s Training Institute Southern Region, Madras (Oxford Univ. Press) GRAMMAR: Wren & Martin

Course No.: RDC141 Course Title: SOCIAL SERVICE Class: Dip. in Textile Design, Status of Course: CORE, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 1, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2 (L-0+T-0+P/S-2), Min.pds. /sem.: 28 To do cleaning of campus in and around D.E.I. (Deemed University) and work for all round development of society.
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Course No.: DTD201, Course Title: DRAWING & SKETCHING II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 Study of the natural objects in nature for understanding of colour, texture and forms in different mediums Study of the following- themes UNIT 1: Types of fruit & Rapid sketching of types of fruit. UNIT 2: Types of dry fruits & Rapid Sketches of different types of dry fruits. UNIT 3: Types of lentils & Rapid Sketches of different types of lentils UNIT 4: Dry twigs & Rapid Sketches of different types of Dry twigs UNIT 5: Stylisation of above themes & Rapid sketches of Stylisation of above themes

Course No.: DTD203, Course Title: COLOUR & TEXTURE Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT 1: Textures created by different materials , Textures created by rubbing method UNIT 2: Paper batik and rubber solution (resist method) , Impression of different materials UNIT 3: Expression of patterns found in nature, Application of Texture through design exercises on papers UNIT 4: Colour inking, Texture in colour UNIT 5: Tonal value, Perspective through colour Course No.: DTD204, Course Title: OBJECT DRAWING II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Memory drawing Study of drapery Design exercises based on still-life objects Study work in Pencil, Study work in Black-ink Study work in Pastels., Study work in Poster colours.

Course No.: DTD205, Course Title: BASIC DESIGN II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT 1: Value of space in design. UNIT 2: Enlargement of design UNIT 3: Placement of Design, Equidistant, Half drop, All over, Brick laying, Diagonal stripes, Horizontal stripes, Vertical stripes, Diagonal checks, checks UNIT 4: Stylization and use of motif in design UNIT 5: Developing designs with the combination of different colors

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Course No.: DTD206, Course Title: TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 2 Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Hand painting Stencil printing Elementary weaves, Plain, Twill Satin, Sateen, Basket, Mat Diamond, Carpet.

SUGGESTED READINGS: COLOUR CRAFT: Janet Allen COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Center, Govt. of India Publication CRAFTS AND HOBBIES: Reader’s Digest DECORA : Kenshiro Takami DECORATIVE ENDPAPERS: Webb & Bower DESIGNERS GUIDE TO COLOUR 2 : James Stockton EXPRESSIONS: K.Prakash IMPRESSIONS: K.Prakash FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani GARDEN FLOWERS: David Papworth, Bob Legge & Noel Prockter INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf INTRODUCTION TO FLOWERS: Shingo Takeda LABORATORY PRACTICE ON KNITTING TECHNOLOGY: L. Kudriavin PERENNIALS: Michael Joseph & Rainbird ROOP SAMHITA: Vasudeo Smart ROSES: Roger Phillips &Martyn Rix SHRUBS: Michael Joseph & Rainbird SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Center, Govt. of India Publication.

Course No.: DTD207, Course Title: HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 1, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2 (L-1+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 Study of dyed textiles with reference to: (a) historical significance (b) dyeing technique (c) styles, colour and motifs (d) centers of Production UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Patola Ikat Pochampall Tellia Rumal Bandhani of Rajasthan and Gujarat

SUGGESTED READINGS: ANCIENT INDIAN TEXTILE DESIGNS 1: Jai Shankar Mishra BANARAS BROCADES: Ajit Mookerjee BLOCK PRINTING AND DYEING OF BAGRU, RAJASTHAN: Bijoy Mohanty & Jagadish Prasad BROCADED FABRICS OF INDIA: B.C.Mohanty COLORFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Kothari COSTUMES TEXTILES, COSMETICS & COIFFURE IN ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL INDIA CRAFTS OF JAMMU, KASHMIR & LADAKH: Jaya Jaitly DECORATIVE DESIGN HISTORY IN INDIAN TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar DECORATIVE DESIGN ON STONE & WOOD IN INDIA; Enakshi Bhawnani DECORATIVE DESIGNS & CRAFTSMANSHIP IN INDIA: Enakshi Bhavnani EMBROIDERED TEXTILES: Sheila Paine ETHNIC EMBROIDERY OF INDIA: Usha Shrikant FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani HANDSPUN & HAND-WOVEN TEXTILES OF PONDURU: Kurma Rao HAND-WOVEN FABRICS OF INDIA: Jasleen Dhamija and Jyotindre Jain HIMACHAL EMBROIDERY: Subhashni Arya IKAT TEXTILES OF INDIA: Chelna Desai INDIAN CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf INDIAN EMBROIDERY: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS: Jasleen Dameja INDIAN FOLK ARTS: Heinz Mode, Subodh Chandra INDIAN KALAMKARI: KV Chandramoili INDIAN PAINTED & PRINTED FABRICS: John Irwin & Margaret Hall INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna INDIAN TIE-DYED FABRICS: Alfred Buhler, Eberhard Fischer &Marie- Louise Nabholz JOURNAL OF INDIAN TEXTILE HISTORY Vol. 1-8: Calico Museum o f Textiles Ahmedabad MADHUBANI PAINTING: Mulkh Raj Anand MADHUBANI PAINTING: Upendra Thakur MADHUBANI: K.Prakash MADHYA PRADESH SARIS OF INDIA: Rta Kapur Christi & Amba Sanyal MASTERPIECES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Rustam J. Mehta PALOTA & RESIST DYED FABRICS IN INDIA: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. PHULKARI: SS Hitkari RUGS AND CARPETS: Elena Tzareva SHAWL: Nelly H.sethna TEXTILE ARTS OF INDIA: Kokyo Hatanaka TEXTILE ARTS: Margo Singer & Mary Spyrou TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 1: Cecil Lubell TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 2: Cecil Lubell TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES OF ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT: LINDA PARRY THE LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLS: Archna THE ORISSAN ART OF WEAVING: Keshab Chandra Meher The SARI :Linda Lynton THREADS OF IDENTITY: Judy frater

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TRADITIONAL DESIGNS FROM INDIA: Pradumna & Rosalba Tana TREASURES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Marg Publications 1980

TRADITIONAL INDIAN COSTUMES AND TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar ZARDOZI: Charu Smita Gupta

Course Number: DHU201, Course Title: ENGLIGH COMMUNICATION II Class: Dip. In Engg. & L.T., Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-06 Total Credits:2, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:3(L-2+T-0+P/S-1), Min.pds./sem.:39 Preparatory Material: Meaning, Structure, kinds of sentences and different ways of transformation, synthesis, translation, letter writing, essay writing, precis and other basic items of English Language. UNIT 1: GRAMMAR (a) Direct & Indirect Speech (b) Active and Passive Voice (c) Word building strategies - Primary and Secondary derivatives, Prefixes, Suffixes, Compound words (d) Phrases (specially verb phrases). UNIT 2: LISTENING AND SPEAKING ACTIVITIES Using the telephone (including making and responding to requests); talking about schedules, plans and information; facing a job interview; introducing oneself in a work environment; passive and active forms in conversation; giving and asking for product information; agreeing and disagreeing; informal negotiations; reception manning and reception etiquette. UNIT 3: READING AND WRITING ACTIVITIES - OFFICIAL LETTERS Comprehending and writing the following: (a) Job applications to government departments and private concerns (b) Letters of complaint - Defective supply, short supply, delay in supply, repair and maintenance, collection letters, reminders for payment (c) Letters for placing orders (d) Letters for enquiry etc. UNIT 4: READING AND WRITING ACTIVITIES-OTHER FORMS OF OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS (a) Practice in reading and writing the following tasks: Social Messages, Semi-official letters (invitations, condolence messages, letters giving thanks, and letters of congratulations). (b) Comprehending and writing different forms of official communication - Circulars, endorsements, office memorandum, appeals, orders, notifications and reminders. UNIT 5: READING AND WRITTING ACTIVITIES - TRADE REFERENCE Comprehending and Writing the following - Tenders; quotations; correspondence with Banks and Post Office; applications for opening and closing bank accounts; cheque-books facility, overdraft facility, payment adjustment, Transfer and Standing instructions.
SUGGESTED READING: REMEDIAL ENGLISH GRAMMER FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS: FT Wood MacMillan MACMILLAN LIVING ENGLISH STRUCTURE: Standard Allen (Orient Longmans) ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: Rajendra Pal & JS Korlahalli (Sultan Chand & Sons) A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMER: AJ Thomson & AV Martinet (Oxford Univ. Press) HOW TO WRITE CORRECT ENGLISH: BB Jain & RP Sinha (Bharatiya Bhawan) A COMPENDIUM OF ESSAYS (Unique Publishers, Delhi) ENGLISH COMMUNICATION: Technical Teacher’s Training Institute Southern Region, Madras (Oxford Univ. Press) GRAMMAR: Wren & Martin

Course No.: RDC241 Course Title: AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 1, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2 (L-0+T-0+P/S-2), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 To familiarize and participate in cleaning, field preparation, seeding, weeding, harvesting and threshing activities related to Agricultural Operations Course No.: CAC241, Course Title: CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 To encourage students in cultural activities viz. Dramatics & Music Competition, Games & Sports and literary activities viz. Hindi & English Essays, Hindi & English Debate Competition to have overall development of the student.

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Course No.: DTD301, Course Title: DRAWING III Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 Study of natural objects in nature from design point of view in black and white color. Study of the following themes:UNIT 1: Flower heads., Flowers with leaves and stem. UNIT 2: Vegetables with green leaves. UNIT 3: Creepers with flowers, Foliage UNIT 4: Dry twigs, Dry fruits. UNIT 5: Shells and sea weeds, Fruits as a whole and cross section. Course No.: DTD302, Course Title: PRINTING TECHNOLOGY Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 4(L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 Detail study of the methods of printing in respect of block printing, screen printing, and roller printing, study of block preparation, tracing, and preparation of screen. UNIT 1 Styles of printing (a) Direct style (b) Discharge style (c) Resist style UNIT 2 Thickeners or Thickening agents: (a) Temporary thickening agent (b) Permanent thickening agent (c) Preparation of thickening agents. UNIT 3 (a) Direct style of printing (b) Block printing: Introduction and preparation of block equipment for block printing, preparation dye paste application of colour on fabric (c) Kalamkari: Introduction brief study of Kalamkari printing (d) Stencil work: Brief study of stencil work (e) Screen printing: Historical background, preparation of screens-preparation of colour and application (f) Spray printing: Brief study of spray printing. UNIT 4 (a) Discharge style pf printing (b) Brief history of discharge style of printing, use of oxidising and reducing agents (c) Discharge by mordant, recipes of oxidising and reducing agents. UNIT 5 (a) Rolling printing machine (b) Single colour roller printing machine (c) Multi-colour roller printing machine (d) Difference between single and multicolour roller printing (e) Merits and demerits of cylinder roller printing machine (f) Merits and demerits of cylinder. Course No.: DTD303, Course Title: PRINTING TECHNOLOGY LAB. Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:3 (L-3+T-0+P/S-3), Min.pds. / sem.: 42 The exercises to be completed with 20 design ideas, visualization and then execution on the desired material, in the practical the students will be printing their own designs on different fabrics using block-printing, enamel and photographic printing to developing design for: UNIT 1: Children Wear UNIT 2: Teenagers Wear, Apparel UNIT 3: Table Cloth, Napkins UNIT 4: Towels UNIT 5: Curtains, Cushion, Lampshades Course No.: DTD304, Course Title: DESIGN IDEAS & DESIGN Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:3 (L-0+T-0+P/S-3), Min.pds. / sem.: 42 UNIT 1: Nursery print, Flower heads, Alphabet illustration, Paper cut patterns. UNIT 2: Textures, Butterflies, Masks, Traditional designs. UNIT 3: Animal skin texture, Fishes and Sea animals, Pebbles and stones, Musical Instruments. UNIT 4: Op art, Og patterns in colour effect only, Geometrical patterns, Buildings. UNIT 5: Fruits textural effects, Vegetables textural effects, Sanganeri block printed designs, Traditional paisley design.
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Course No.: DTD305, Course Title: INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:3 (L-3+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 42 UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE FIBRES AND ASPECTS RELATED TO PRODUCTION OF SOME MAJOR NATURAL FIBRES (a) Definition of common terms: Textile, polymers, fibre, filament, staple, yarn, fabric etc. (b) Characteristics of a useful textile fibre: Essential-length, flexibility, strength, recovery, cohesiveness; Desirable-Fineness, resilience, uniformity, low density, durability, availability. How are these requirements fulfilled by a polymer? (c) Classification of Textile Fibres: Natural and Man-made fibres (d) Some major natural fibres and aspects related to their origin: (i) CottonProduction of cotton, varieties of cotton, the concept of count and linear density (ii) WoolDifferent sources of wool fibre, qualities and grades of wool (iii) Silk- Different types of silk, production cycle of silk worm, degumming and reeling. UNIT 2: PRODUCTION OF SOME MAJOR MAN-MADE FIBRES AND STRUCTURE OF NATURAL AND MAN-MADE FIBRES (a) Methodology of polymerization: Condensation and Addition (b) General description of the main methods of production of man-made fibres, viz. melt spinning and solution (wet, dry) spinning followed by drawing (c) Production of some major man-made fibres: Nylon 66, Polyester, and Acrylic Fibres (d) Structure of fibres: General characteristic like chemical structure, molecular weight, crystallinity, Molecular orientation, etc. (e) Structure of major natural and man-made fibres. UNIT 3: PROPERTIES AND TESTING OF FIBRES (a) General concepts involved in mechanical, thermal and moisture absorption, characteristics of textile fibres (b) Mechanical properties of the major natural and man-made fibres and effect of humidity and heat on the properties (c) Testing: Objective of testing, the role of standards in testing, sampling, Fibre testing: Cross section, diameter, staple length and length distribution of cotton fibres, strength and other mechanical properties of single fibres and filaments; Yarn testing: Count measurement, twist measurement, yarn strength and other mechanical properties. Fabric Testing: Thickness measurement, Threads per inch, crimp, shrinkage, tensile, tear and bursting strength, crease recovery and pitting, fabric drape and stiffness, elastic recovery from extension. UNIT 4: YARN MANUFACTURE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF YARN (a) Yarn manufacture (i) From Staple Fibres: Cleaning, mixing, blowroom, carding, draw frame, combing, spinning (ii) From continuous filaments: Yarn manufacture starting from e filaments (b) Manufacturing and properties of simple yarns: Single, ply, cord novelty yarns, Texturized yarn, Blended yarn. UNIT 5: FABRIC MANUFACTURE AND PROPERTIES (a) Different types of fabric: woven, knitted, non-wovens (b) Basic description of the weaving, knitting and non-woven processes (c) Different types of looms and their features (d) Types of weaves, knits and non-woven.
SUGGESTED READINGS: ELEMENTARY TEXTILES: PARUL BHATNAGAR FIBRE TO FABRIC BY GHOSH KNITTING TECHNOLOGY BY SPENCER WATSON’S ADVANCE TEXTILE DESIGN WOVEN STRUCTURES AND DESIGN I AND II BY DAVIS GOERNER FIBRE TO FABRIC BY CORBMAN GRAMMER OF TEXTILE DESIGN BY NISBET STRUCTURAL FABRIC DESIGN BY KILBY WATSON’S TEXTILE COLOUR AND DESIGN

Course No.: DTD306, Course Title: FABRIC STUDY Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:3 (L-0+T-0+P/S-3), Min.pds. / sem.: 42 Making replica of the. UNIT 1: Woven Fabrics UNIT 2: Printed fabrics. UNIT 3: Embroidered Fabrics UNIT 4: Dyed Fabrics UNIT 5: Shawls
SUGGESTED READINGS: ELEMANTARY TEXTILES: PARUL BHATNAGAR FIBRE TO FABRIC BY GHOSH GRAMMER OF TEXTILE DESIGN BY NISBET IMPRESSIONS – MASTER PIECES OF INDIAN TEXTILES BY K PRAKASH KNITTING TECHNOLOGY BY SPENCER

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STRUCTURAL FABRIC DESIGN BY KILBY WATSON’S ADVANCE TEXTILE DESIGN WATSON’S TEXTILE COLOUR AND DESIGN WOVEN STRUCTURES AND DESIGN I AND II BY DAVIS GOERNER

Course No.: DTD307, Course Title: HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES-III Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2(L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 Study of Indian woven textiles with reference to: (a) Historical significance (b) Construction techniques (c) Styles (d) Textures, (e) Motifs (f) Centers of Production UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Kullu shawls Banaras Brocades, Baluchar, Paithni Tangil sarees, Jamdani Chandari, Kanchipuram Tanchoi, Darmavaram, Jamawar

SUGGESTED READINGS: ANCIENT INDIAN TEXTILE DESIGNS 1: Jai Shankar Mishra BANARAS BROCADES: Ajit Mookerjee BIDRI WARE: Krishna Lal BLOCK PRINTING AND DYEING OF BAGRU, RAJASTHAN: Bijoy Mohanty & Jagadish Prasad BROCADED FABRICS OF INDIA: B.C.Mohanty COLORFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Kothari COSTUMES TEXTILES, COSMETICS & COIFFURE IN ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL INDIA: CRAFTS OF JAMMU, KASHMIR & LADAKH: Jaya Jaitly DECORATIVE DESIGN HISTORY IN INDIAN TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar DECORATIVE DESIGNS & CRAFTSMANSHIP IN INDIA: Enakshi Bhavnani EMBROIDERED TEXTILES: Sheila Paine ETHNIC EMBROIDERY OF INDIA: Usha Shrikant FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani HANDSPUN & HAND-WOVEN TEXTILES OF PONDURU: Kurma Rao HAND-WOVEN FABRICS OF INDIA: Jasleen Dhamija and Jyotindre Jain HIMACHAL EMBROIDERY: Subhashni Arya IKAT TEXTILES OF INDIA: Chelna Desai INDIAN CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf INDIAN EMBROIDERY: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS: Jasleen Dameja INDIAN FOLK ARTS: Heinz Mode, Subodh Chandra INDIAN KALAMKARI: KV Chandramoili INDIAN PAINTED & PRINTED FABRICS: John Irwin & Margaret Hall INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna INDIAN TIE-DYED FABRICS: Alfred Buhler, Eberhard Fischer &Marie- Louise Nabholz JOURNAL OF INDIAN TEXTILE HISTORY Vol. 1-8: Calico Museum o f Textiles Ahmedabad MADHUBANI PAINTING: Mulkh Raj Anand MADHUBANI PAINTING: Upendra Thakur MADHUBANI: K.Prakash MADHYA PRADESH SARIS OF INDIA: Rta Kapur Christi & Amba Sanyal MASTERPIECES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Rustam J. Mehta NATIONAL HANDICRAFTS AND HANDLOOMS MUSEUM: Jyotindra Jain & Aarti Aggarwala PALOTA & RESIST DYED FABRICS IN INDIA: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. PHULKARI: SS Hitkari RUGS AND CARPETS: Elena Tzareva SHAWL: Nelly H.sethna TEXTILE ARTS OF INDIA: Kokyo Hatanaka TEXTILE ARTS: Margo Singer & Mary Spyrou TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 1: Cecil Lubell TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 2: Cecil Lubell TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILE INDIAN Textiles of Arts and Crafts Movement: Linda Parry THE LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLS: Archna THE ORISSAN ART OF WEAVING: Keshab Chandra Meher The SARI :Linda Lynton THREADS OF IDENTITY: Judy frater TIE & DYE TEXTILES OF INDIA: Veronica Murphy & Rosemary Crill TRADITIONAL DESIGNS FROM INDIA: Pradumna & Rosalba Tana TRADITIONAL INDIAN TEXTILES: John Gillow & Nickolas Barnard TRADITIONAL INDIAN COSTUMES AND TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar TREASURES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Marg Publications 1980 ZARDOZI: Charu Smita Gupta

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Course No.: CRC341, Course Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RELIGION Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-0+T-2+P/S-), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 UNIT 1 (a) Meaning of the word ‘Dharm’ and ‘Religion’ Importance and value of Religion in human Life (b) Primitive Religious ideas and belief (c) Religion and Science: Faith and reason. UNIT 2 (a) Pre-Vedic ideas of Indus Valley Civilization (b) The Vedic Religion (c) Hinduism (d) Modern Religious Movements. UNIT 3 (a) Theistic and Non Theistic philosphies (b) Jainism (c) Buddhism. UNIT 4 (a) Zoroastrianism (b) Judaism (c) Christianity (d) Islam and Sufism. UNIT 5 (a) The Bhakti Renaissance (b) Teachings of Kabir and Guru Nanak Dev (c) Radha Soami Faith.
SUGGESTED READINGS: LM Joshi and Harbans Singh: An Introduction to Indian Religions Bhagwandas: Essential Unity of All Religions Prabha Sharma: Dharm: Swaroop Evam Sandharbh Ravindranath Tagore: Religion of Man G.R. Singh & C.W. Devis: Vishwa Ke Pramukh Dharm V.P. Singh: Dharm Evam Sanskriti B.S Mishra: Discourses on Radhasoami Faith Parashuram Chaturvedi: Uttari Bharat Ki Sant Parampara D.E.I.: Vishwa Ke Vividh Dharm Bhagwan Das: Sab Dharmon Ki Buniadi Ekta K.N. Tiwari: Comparative Religion

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Course No.: DTD401, Course Title: DRAWING IV Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT1: Sea animals and fishes, Animals UNIT 2: Birds, Feathers. UNIT 3: Buildings, Monuments UNIT 4: Butterflies, Mask UNIT 5: Pottery, Toys, Musical instruments Course No.: DTD402, Course Title: COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 4(L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Introduction to Coral Draw, Getting Started Undoing, Redoing and Reporting actions, Starting & Opening Drawings Key Board Short cuts, Saving & closing Undoing, Redoing and Repeating actions, Working with lines, outlines and Brush Stroke Importing & Exporting Files, Drawing various shapes

SUGGESTED READINGS: COREL DRAW 12: Foster D.Coburn III & Peter McCormick COREL DRAW 12: PARDO NIEBLA, MIGUEL COREL DRAW 12: C.CORDOBA, E. GONZALEZ, C

Course No.: DTD403, Course Title: DYEING TECHNOLOGY Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2(L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: What is dye?, Types of dyes Various methods of dyeing, Study of dyeing techniques. Detail study of bulk dyeing, Classification of Dyes Natural dyes Pre treatment of cotton yarn, Varying blend

SUGGESTED READINGS: BATIK AND TIE & DYE: Donaj Meilach CHEMICAL PROCESSING OF SILK: ML Gulrajani COLOURFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Khatri COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication. DYEING AND PRINTING: Excalibur Books DYES AND DYING: C.E.Pelle FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES: G.P. sherry INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES FIBRE TO FABRIC: Bernard P.Corbman THE STANDARD HANDBOOK O F TEXTILES: A.J.Hall TIE & DYE TEXTILES OF INDIA: Veronica Murphy & Rosemary Crill TIE AND DYE AS A PRESENT DAY CRAFT: Anne Maile TIE DYEING & BATIK; Fatidjah Anderson VASTRA VIGYAN KA MOOL SIDHANT: G.P. sherry

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Course No.: DTD404, Course Title: DYEING TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 Dyeing of various fibres; dyeing of yarn and fabrics made of various types of fibres and blends. UNIT 1 Scouring of cotton yarn. Bleaching of cotton yarn UNIT 2 Dyeing of cotton yarn/Fabrics with various direct colour UNIT 3 Dyeing of woollen yarn with acid colours UNIT 4 Dyeing of cotton yarn with procion M Cold dyeing and procion H hot dyeing Dyeing of cotton yarn with sulphur colours UNIT 5 Dyeing of cotton yarn with Naphthol or Azoic colours Dyeing of cotton yarn with vat colour.
SUGGESTED READINGS: BATIK AND TIE & DYE: Donaj Meilach CHEMICAL PROCESSING OF SILK: ML Gulrajani COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COLOURFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Khatri COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication. DESIGNERS GUIDE TO COLOUR 2 : James Stockton DYEING AND PRINTING: Excalibur Books DYES AND DYING: C.E.Pelle FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES: G.P. sherry INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES FIBRE TO FABRIC: Bernard P.Corbman THE STANDARD HANDBOOK O F TEXTILES : A.J.Hall TIE & DYE TEXTILES OF INDIA: Veronica Murphy & Rosemary Crill TIE AND DYE AS A PRESENT DAY CRAFT: Anne Maile TIE DYEING & BATIK; Fatidjah Anderson VASTRA VIGYAN KA MOOL SIDHANT: G.P. sherry

Course No.: DTD405, Course Title: TEXTILE SCIENCE LAB. Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56
A- Fibre 1. Find the fibre staple length & length distribution of cotton fibre using Baer Sorter. 2. Microscopic study of length. L.S. & C.S. of Natural & Man-made fibres. 3. Identification of fibres using different methods. 4. To measure the Linear density of some fibres and filaments in terms of count, Denier & Textile Yarn. Section B- Yarn 5. To find the count of yarn using different methods. 6. To find Twist of Yarn/inch in single ply and two ply yarns. 7. To prepare a lea of cotton yarn with help of wrap reel and measure its tensile strength & breaking strength 8. To study the evenness of different yarns. Section C- Fibric 9. To find ends/picks per square inch in different woven fabrics. 10. To measure crease recovery of fabric using crease recovery tester 11. To study the pilling characteristics of various fabrics 12. To study breaking strength of different fabrics using tensile tester 13. To examine a brusting strength of various woven, non-woven & Knitted fabrics. 14. To study drape characteristics of different fabrics 15. To study the stiffness of different fabrics using cloth stiffness tester 16. To study the elastic recovery of different fabrics 17. To study the tear strength of woven & non-woven fabrics 18. To study the colour fastness of fabric against rubbing, washing, light and perspiration 19. To identify fabric defects and classify them 20. To analyze mass per unit area of different fabrics.
SUGGESTED READINGS: COLOUR CRAFT: Janet Allen COLOUR CRAFTS & HOBBIES: Reader Digest COLOUR DESIGNERS’ GUIDE: James Stocktom COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COLOUR HARMONY: Hideaki Chijiwa COLOURFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Khatri COTTON SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication. DESIGNERS GUIDE TO COLOUR 2 : James Stockton TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES FIBRE TO FABRIC: Bernard P.Corbman THE STANDARD HANDBOOK O F TEXTILES: A.J.Hall VASTRA VIGYAN KA MOOL SIDHANT: G.P. sherry FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES: G.P. sherry SILK SHADE CARDS: Weavers’ Service Centre, Govt. of India Publication.

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Course No.: DTD406, Course Title: TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES 3 Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Nozzle printing, Enamel colour Hand Painting, Acramyn dyes Batik painting, Acid dyes, cold dyes Tie & Dye, Cold dyes, Hot dyes. Embroidery

Course No.: DTD407, Course Title: HISTORY OF ART IN TEXTILES IV Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2(L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 Study of Printed and Painted textiles with reference to: (a) historical significance (b) printing technique (c) styles, (d) motifs \ Design (e) centers of Production UNIT 1: Kalamkari & Masulipatnam UNIT 2: Sanganeri UNIT 3: Madhubani UNIT 4: Appliqué work of Orissa & Gujarat UNIT 5: Carpets and floor coverings
SUGGESTED READINGS: ANCIENT INDIAN TEXTILE DESIGNS 1: Jai Shankar Mishra BANARAS BROCADES: Ajit Mookerjee BIDRI WARE: Krishna Lal BLOCK PRINTING AND DYEING OF BAGRU, RAJASTHAN: Bijoy Mohanty & Jagadish Prasad BROCADED FABRICS OF INDIA: B.C.Mohanty COLORFUL TEXTILES OF RAJASTHAN: Gulab Kothari COSTUMES TEXTILES, COSMETICS & COIFFURE IN ANCIENT AND MEDIAEVAL INDIA: CRAFTS OF JAMMU, KASHMIR & LADAKH: Jaya Jaitly DECORATIVE DESIGN HISTORY IN INDIAN TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar DECORATIVE DESIGN ON STONE & WOOD IN INDIA; Enakshi Bhawnani EMBROIDERED TEXTILES: Sheila Paine ETHNIC EMBROIDERY OF INDIA: Usha Shrikant FOLK & TRIBAL DESIGN OF INDIA: Enakshi Bhawnani HANDSPUN & HAND-WOVEN TEXTILES OF PONDURU: Kurma Rao HAND-WOVEN FABRICS OF INDIA: Jasleen Dhamija and Jyotindre Jain HIMACHAL EMBROIDERY: Subhashni Arya IKAT TEXTILES OF INDIA: Chelna Desai INDIAN CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN CRAFTS: D.N.Saraf INDIAN EMBROIDERY: Kamladevi Chattopadhyay INDIAN FOLK ARTS & CRAFTS: Jasleen Dameja INDIAN FOLK ARTS: Heinz Mode, Subodh Chandra INDIAN KALAMKARI: KV Chandramoili INDIAN PAINTED & PRINTED FABRICS: John Irwin & Margaret Hall INDIAN PIGMENT PAINTINGS ON CLOTH: Kay Talwar & Kalyan Krishna INDIAN TIE-DYED FABRICS: Alfred Buhler, Eberhard Fischer &Marie- Louise Nabholz JOURNAL OF INDIAN TEXTILE HISTORY Vol. 1-8: Calico Museum o f Textiles Ahmedabad MADHUBANI PAINTING: Mulkh Raj Anand MADHUBANI PAINTING: Upendra Thakur MADHUBANI: K.Prakash MADHYA PRADESH SARIS OF INDIA: Rta Kapur Christi & Amba Sanyal MASTERPIECES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Rustam J. Mehta NATIONAL HANDICRAFTS AND HANDLOOMS MUSEUM: Jyotindra Jain & Aarti Aggarwala PALOTA & RESIST DYED FABRICS IN INDIA: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. PHULKARI: SS Hitkari RUGS AND CARPETS: Elena Tzareva SHAWL: Nelly H.sethna TEXTILE ARTS OF INDIA: Kokyo Hatanaka TEXTILE ARTS: Margo Singer & Mary Spyrou TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 1: Cecil Lubell TEXTILE COLLECTION OF THE WORLD 2: Cecil Lubell TEXTILES A HAND BOOK FOR DESIGNERS: Marypaul Yates TEXTILES OF ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT: LINDA PARRY THE LANGUAGE OF SYMBOLS: Archna THE ORISSAN ART OF WEAVING: Keshab Chandra Meher The SARI :Linda Lynton THREADS OF IDENTITY: Judy frater TRADITIONAL DESIGNS FROM INDIA: Pradumna & Rosalba Tana TRADITIONAL INDIAN COSTUMES AND TEXTILES: Parul Bhatnagar TREASURES OF INDIAN TEXTILES: Marg Publications 1980 ZARDOZI: Charu Smita Gupta

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Course Number: DAS402, Course Title: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLLUTION Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-06 Total Credits: 3, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:3(L-3+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds./sem.:39 UNIT 1 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL: (a) Basic causes of environmental pollution (b) General measures to control environmental pollution. BIO-GAS TECHNOLOGY: (a) General idea of composition and production of bio-gas (b) Biodigestion of plants and animal waste with chemical reactions (c) Vital applications of gobar-gas. UNIT 2: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Introduction to Air Pollution - Definition, causes of Air Pollution (i) High Pollution Density (ii) Rapid industrialisation (iii) Transportation Service (iv) Radio-active substances (v) natural sources Classification of Pollutants: (i) Natural Contaminants (ii) Aerosoles (iii) Other contaminants such as gases, vapours and various compounds-Effects of Air Pollution on human health, animals, plants and other materials- Control of air Pollution (i) Reduction of contaminants from the source (ii) Reduction of the contaminants by modification or changing the raw materials (iii) Dilution of the source discharge (iv) Zoning of industries. UNIT 3 Introduction to Water Pollution - Definition Causes of water Pollution (i) Faulty Sewage systems (ii) Industrial waste being disposed in open drains (iii) Unhygienic practices like washing clothes, in open ponds and rivers and bathing animals - Effects of water pollution (i) Spreading up Water borne diseases to human beings and animals (ii) Accumulation of toxic substances in animal and plant body (iii) effect on agriculture. Method of Control of Water Pollution- (i) Proper drainage and treatment of drainage water for disposal (ii) Treatment of industrial waste (iii) Control over unhygienic practices - industrial Waste Disposal - (a) Waste from breweries and Distilleries Treatment (i) settling (ii) Lime flocculation (iii) Centrifugation (iv) evaporation, (v) Broad irrigation (vi) Trickling filters. UNIT 4: ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION Ecology: Meaning of the term and scope, factors that form environment (i) Living FactorsVegetation animals micro organism. (ii) Nonliving Factors- Soil, Water, Air, Climate/Weather. Ecosystems: Terrestrial Aquatic and Marine and their importance. effect of environmental pollution over ecological balances. UNIT 5 Environment Pollution Classification-Water pollution, Air pollution, Soil pollution, industrial waste pollution Noise pollution, thermal pollution Radioactive pollution, their causes, effects remedies/controls and acceptable minimum level. Legislation Regarding Pollution control- salient provision of Water Pollution Act. Air pollution Act. Environment Pollution Act. Forest Act. Motor Vehicle Act. Wild Life Act.
SUGGESTED READING: ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY: BK Sharma ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY: DARA

Course Number: DAS405, Course Title: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLLUTION LAB. Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2006-07 Total Credits: 1, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:3(L-3+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds./sem.:39 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Determination of Demand Oxygen in water sample. Determination of Chemical Oxygen Demand in a waste water sample. Determination of Carbon Monoxide & Carbon Dioxide in the air. Determination of Sulphur Dioxide in the air. Determination of solid Particulate Matter (SPM) in the air. The separation of Carcinogenic dyes perform by Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC).

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Course Number: DME410, Course Title: INDUSTRY ORIENTED COURSE Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: Work Exp., Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 1, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:2(L-0+T-0+P/S-2), Min.pds./sem.:26 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) Aluminium Hanger making. Candle making. Soap making. Ferro-Cement Gamla making. Muffler knitting. Surface preparation for Painting Polishing. (7) Painting of utility items. (8) Spirit polishing of wooden furniture. (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Cotton, woollen/nylon socks knitting with & without elastic top. Leather/Rexene utility items of daily use. Book-binding. Plastic molding. Stitching & Dress Designing. Screen Printing.

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Course No.: CEC441, Course Title: CULTURAL EDUCATION Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2(L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min. Pds. / Sem.: 28 UNIT 1 India and Indian Culture, Geographical background and Indian people, Culture and Civilization: Meaning and Significance, Characteristic features of Indian culture, Unity in Diversity UNIT 2 Cultural Background of the social organization, Marriage and family institutions, Varnashram System, Caste System and their modern form, Education system and Institutions UNIT 3 Language and Literature, Sanskrit and Literature Pali, Prakrit, Apabhransha, Regional Languages and literature ( introduction only) UNIT 4 Indian Creative Traditions: Introduction, Performing Arts: Music and dance, Visual Arts: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Scientific Traditions – 1, Ayurvigyan, Mathematics astronomy. UNIT 5 India and the World, Indian cultural contribution to the world
SUGGESTED READINGS: Basham AL: The Wonder that was India Stella Kamrich: Indian Sculpture Coomaraswamy AK : Arts and Crafts of India Chatterjee Sunit Kumar: Languages and Literature of Modern India Bishan Swarup : Theory of Indian Music Edward Conze : Buddhist Scriptures Singh Rajkishore: Bhartiya Kala Aur Sanskriti Rawlinssion: Cultural History of India Lunia B.N. Prachin Bhartya Sanskriti Baldeo Upadhyaya – Sanskrit Shastron Ka Itihas

Course No.: CAC441, Course Title: CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: CORE, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-0+T-0+P/S-2), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 To encourage students in cultural activities viz. Dramatics & Music Competition, Games & Sports and literary activities viz. Hindi & English Essays, Hindi & English Debate Competition to have overall development of the student

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Course No.: DTD501, Course Title: DRAWING & SKETCHING III Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 Sketches of the following from design point of view and stylisation of the same UNIT 1: Flowers, weeds, grass, roots in perspective. UNIT 2: Sea shells, Weeds, birds, butterflies. UNIT 3: Animal & their skin textures. UNIT 4: Rapid sketching on life at Railway station, Road side. UNIT 5: Rapid sketching of Monuments, Life around us. Course No.: DTD503, Course Title: TEXTILE PRINTING DESIGN I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 Students will be printing their own designs on different fabrics, using photographic screen process and discharge process. UNIT 1: Apparels (Children, teenagers, middle age for summer and winter wear covering every aspect of each kind). UNIT 2: Coordinated furnishing (curtain, upholstery, floor covering) UNIT 3: Co-ordinated Linen (Bed sheets, bed covers, table cloth napkins, towels). UNIT 4: Accessories "Wall hanging, cushions, lamp shades partitions. UNIT 5: Apparel for middle age, upholstery and floor coverings, bed covers, wall hangings and partitions. Course No.: DTD504, Course Title: PRINTING DESIGN IDEAS Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 UNIT 1: Animals, Shells, Jewellery Design, Wheels UNIT 2: Floral pattern in Traditional paisley patterns, Historical-buildings, Natural floral pattern UNIT 3: Sanghneri block printed, Woven fabrics, Ornamental trees from, miniature paintings and illustrations Graph weave effect UNIT 4: Calligraphy, Green bamboos and their leaves, Ajanta frescoes UNIT 5: Egyptian Art, Birds, Ellora Sculptures, Effect of fish nets with bold geometrical patterns Course No.: DTD505, Course Title: COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Selecting Objects, Zooming & Panning, Transformation Arranging Objects, Shaping Commands Working with Text, Different Views Editing Nodes, Different types of fills Creating Power clip objects and using Lens, Adding Effects to object
COREL DRAW 12: PARDO NIEBLA, MIGUEL

SUGGESTED READINGS: COREL DRAW 12: Foster D.Coburn III & Peter McCormick COREL DRAW 12: C.CORDOBA, E. GONZALEZ, C

Course No.: DTD506, Course Title: COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN LAB. 1 Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 UNIT 1: Various applications in Coral Draw-12 UNIT 2: Starting, opening working on a drawing in Coral Craw-12 UNIT 3: Pre-Defining Various Shapes and their shapes, it’s utility in Coral Draw-12, Various methods of selection of objects UNIT 4: Various Transformations, Working with Symbols UNIT 5: Usage of editing Nodes, Usage of Power Clip commands
SUGGESTED READINGS: COREL DRAW 12: Foster D.Coburn III & Peter McCormick (19) COREL DRAW 12: PARDO NIEBLA, MIGUEL 28 September, 2010

COREL DRAW 12: C.CORDOBA, E. GONZALEZ, C

Course No.: DTD507, Course Title: PROJECT Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:3 (L-0+T-0+P/S-3), Min.pds. / sem.: 42 Experiment in Planning and creating of original painted and printed or combination of both using various techniques such as Appliqué, embroidery, tie-dye, Silk screen, Batik, Weaving etc and than make detailed. Study about manufacturing constraints with regard to design along with casting of the product and its market viability. The evaluation will be done on the basic of one man-show exhibits made by students to be assessed by a panel of Internal and external examiners. Course Number: DTD508, Title: PRACTICAL TRAINING & VIVA Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: CORE, Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 2, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:3(L-3+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds./sem.:39 Practical Training for 30 days during summer vacation in a reputed organization, preparation of training report and viva-voce examination. Course Number: DME501 Course Title: INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-06 Total Credits: 3, Periods(50 mts. each)/week:4(L-3+T-0+P/S-1), Min.pds./sem.:52 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION: Growth of industry, Methods of growth. Industrial situation and its nature. The management of men, materials and machines, the art of management. CAPITAL FORMATION: Sources of capital- industrial individual enterprise, private partnership and private Ltd. Co., Joint Stock Co. shares, debentures, financial agencies and their role in promoting industries. Break even analysis. UNIT 2 PRIVATE SECTOR AND PUBLIC SECTOR: Public sector enterprise, merits and demerits of public sector industry and private sector industry, social obligation of industry towards society. STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION: Line, staff and functional organisations, reasons for the choice of various types of organisation, functions of different departments, viz. stores, purchase and sales departments relationship between individual departments. UNIT 3 WAGES & INCENTIVES: Definition of wages, real wage and nominal wage, systems of wage payment, incentives, financial and non - financial incentives. Essentials of a good wage plan, essentials of a good incentive scheme. ELEMENTS OF COST & INDIRECT EXPENSES: Introduction, Material cost, labour cost, fixed and variable overheads, components of cost, selling price, Factory expenses, administrative expenses, selling & distribution expenses, depreciation, obsolescence, interest on capital, Idleness, Repair and maintenance. UNIT 4 LABOUR, INDUSTRIAL & TAX LAWS: Evolution of industrial law, factory act, workmen compensation act, payment of wages act, employees state insurance act, Industrial dispute act. ROLE OF TECHNICIAN IN INDUSTRY: Position of technician in various engineering departments. Role of a supervisor in industry. Foremanship, duties and qualities of a good foreman. UNIT 5 MATERIAL MANAGEMENT: Introduction, Scope of Material Management selective control techniques-ABC analysis, VED analysis, SDE analysis, Material handling, inventory control, Essential steps in inventory control, quaintly standards, inventory build up
SUGGESTED READING: INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION AND ENGINEERING ECONOMICS: Banga & Sharma INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (Hindi): Bhatnagar & Jain

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Course No.: GKC541, Course Title: SC.METH.,G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS I Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: CORE, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 1, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 4(L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min. Pds. / Sem.: 28 Geography (India): States, Union territories, capitals, Area, population, languages, and religions. History(India): Brief History from Indus valley civilization to the present day. History of Independence, historical places. Political science(India): Constitution, national anthem, national song, current political scene.. Political parties, general elections, famous leaders. Engineering & Science (India): Famous Engineers and scientist. Recent developments and inventions. Research labs. Space and atomic Energy project. Sports & Games (India): Olympic Movement, Major games, Indian Rewards, Famous Tournaments and Trophies. Achievements of Indians in world sports and games. Films (India): History of Indian film Industry, Personalities and achievements of Indian film industry. Current Affairs.
SUGGESTED READING: NCERT: Text books on history, geography, Civics Manorama year book, Science Digest, Yojna Inventions, Competition Master Sports star, India Today, Illustrated weekly, Competition Success and Reviews MR Agarwal: General knowledge Digest, NEWS PAPAERS AND MAGAZINES: Hindi & English daily news papers

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Course No.: DTD601, Course Title: DRAWING VI Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 The Drawings and sketches to be made according to the Project of the student which has to be submitted towards the end of the semester Course No.: DTD602, Course Title: TEXTILE DESIGN II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:6 (L-0+T-0+P/S-6), Min.pds. / sem.: 84 Final execution of the designs for the Project to be executed in the Textile Design Class under the supervision of the teacher Course No.: DTD603, Course Title: COLOUR WAYS II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 The colour ways of the different designs to be executed on computer as well as on the paper UNIT 1: One colour scheme colour ways UNIT 2: Two colour scheme colour ways, Three colour scheme colour ways UNIT 3: Four colour scheme colour ways UNIT 4: Five colour scheme with five colours UNIT 5: Shades of green in six stages Course No.: DTD604, Course Title: PRODUCT DESIGN Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56
The Project should contain at least one thousand words. It must contain a minimum of 10 illustrations, sketches or paintings by hand, 10 Computer Aided Textile Designs & minimum 5 samples of fabrics. The Project should include the following: (a) An introduction (b) Historical Background (c) Analysis Technical details of its production (d) An explanation why you chose this topic and your experience or any salient feature of the topic while gathering information (e) Conclusion, References, Index.

Course No.: DTD605, Course Title: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56
A written statement about the experiment of original creative work related to the Textile World, which has been designed for the product in the previous semester can also be used for the Project work, with a result oriented view for a particular field and result achieved. The student should support their work with illustrations, photographs, Computer Aided Textile Designs and samples. The evaluation will be done on the basis of presentation, which should be supported by transparencies.

Course No.: DTD606, Course Title: COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN LAB.2 Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 Designs to be made on the Computer for Surface design by printing group and Woven designs by Weaving Group. The designs to be made for the real live problems and executed practically in the Textile Printing and Weaving Technology respectively
SUGGESTED READINGS: COREL DRAW 12: Foster D.Coburn III & Peter McCormick COREL DRAW 12: C.CORDOBA, E. GONZALEZ, C COREL DRAW 12: PARDO NIEBLA, MIGUEL

Course No.: DTD607, Course Title: TEXTILE PRINTING TECHNOLOGY Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:4 (L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.pds. / sem.: 56 The designs made on the Computer to be executed practically in the printing Technology class for the real life problems
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Course Number: DHU601, Course Title: PERSONALTY DEVELOPMENT Class: Diploma in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2008-09 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 4(L-0+T-0+P/S-4), Min.Pds./Sem.:56 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Career Guidance, Group Discussions Phonetics: Stress, Intonation, Pauses, Strong & Weak Forms Interviews: Types & Techniques, Mock Interviews Comprehension: Reading & Listening Case Study: Writing Short Reports on Sales Market Position, Demand & Supply Vocabulary: Derivation, Compounds, Prefixes & Suffixes
ENGLISH CONVERSATION: Taylor ROADS TO EXCELLENCE: R.C.Sharma PEAK PERFORMANCE: Jack Gordon

SUGGESTED READING: SPOKEN ENGLISH: Shashi Kumar BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE & REPORT WRITING: Sharma PRESENTATION PERFECT: Alstier Grant

Course No.: PHY641, Course Title: INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: MAJOR, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 2, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-2+T-0+P/S-0), Min.pds. / sem.: 28 UNIT 1 (a) Psychology-Definition, scope and its application (b) Personnel Psychology-(i) Human Abilities and their measurement (ii) Job-Analysis (iii) Psychological Tests in Personnel. UNIT 2 ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY: (a) Work and Fatigue (b) Monotony and its causes (c) Accidents and their prevention (d) The Work Environment. UNIT 3 consumer psychology: (a) Emotional and Motivational Factors Influencing Buying Behaviour (ii) Perceptual and Cognitive Factors in Advertising. UNIT 4 psychology of leadership: Types and factors influencing Leadership. UNIT 5 Industrial Pollution and Health Hazards.
SUGGESTED READINGS: Industrial Psychology: Neelar & Blum Industrial Psychology: JE Tiffin

Course No.: GKC641, Course Title: SC. METH., G.K. & CURRENT AFFAIRS-II Class: Dip. in Textile Designing, Status of Course: CORE, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 1, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week: 2(L-2+T-0+P/S-2), Min. Pds. / Sem.: 28
GEOGRAPHY(WORLD): Countries, State, Capitals area, population, Languages, Religions, locations, oceans, seas, major mountains, rivers, cities ports. Geography(India): Physical divisions, mountains, rivers, cities, minerals wealth, power projects, Roadways, airways. History (World): Important Personalities, Events and Dates. World War I & II, post independence history of India. Political Science (World): U.N.O., other world bodies, Treaties and pacts, heads of state and prime ministers. India-Defence forces-Awards and Academies. Economies: Economics, laws of supply, demand and production, Economic organizations- European Economic Community, World Bank, I.M.F., E.C.M. etc. currencies of the world, Five year Plans. Sports and Games (World): World Olympic Movement, Major Games, World Records. Out standing Players. Famous Tournaments and Trophies, Terminology. Miscellaneous: Foreign Words and Phrases, Books and Authors, Who’s Who, Abbreviations Nobel prizes and other awards, Important books by Indian Authors. Current Affairs.

Suggested Reading: NCERT: Text books on History, Geography, Civics Manorama Year Book MR Agarwal: General Knowledge Digest NEWS PAPAERS AND MAGAZINES: Hindi & English daily news papers, India Today, Illustrated weekly, Competition Master, Sports star, Science digest, Competition Success Reviews, Yojna, Inventions

Course No.: CAC641, Course Title: CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Class: Dip. in Textile Designing . Status of Course-CORE, Approved since session: 2005-2006 Total Credits: 3, Periods (50 Mts. each)/week:2 (L-0+T-0+P/S-2), Min.pds. / sem.: 28
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