CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME IN TEXTILE DESIGNING AND PRINTING

CURRICULUM

DISTANCE EDUCATION CELL DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE (DEEMED UNIVERSITY) DAYALBAGH, AGRA INDIA
APRIL 2009

Detailed Unit-Wise Syllabus Semester 1 Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives: CTD-101 INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES Major 03 To familiarise students with  the basics of Textile fibres and the production of man-made fibres.  the production of different yarns including fancy yarns.  the manufacture of fabrics by weaving, knitting etc.  the Chemical Processing of textiles and tests to determine colour fastness.  the Testing of textile fibres, yarns and fabrics.

UNIT–1: Introduction To Textile Fibres SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Types of Fibers Properties of Fibers Details Natural Fibers e.g. cotton/ jute/ Animal fibers e.g. Wool, silk, and Man made fibers e.g. nylon, polyester, acrylic etc. Properties of Fibers: Appearance-colour, luster, shape, surface contours, length, diameter. Performance- Strength, specific gravity, flexibility, elasticity, absorbency, electrical conductivity, dimensional stability, flammability, effect of heat. Maintenance- Effects of biological organisms, chemical conditions, environmental conditions. Identification of man made and natural fibers: burning test, microscopic test, and chemical test.

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Tests for Identification of Fibers

Exercises: Ex.1 Try to distinguish between natural and manmade fibers, and make a list of the two. List ten different articles of apparel in your home, note from their labels the kind(s) of fiber from which each are made, and indicate the fiber trademarks, if any. Ex.2 Obtain as many samples of fabrics as you can, and cut them into small square pieces. Mount them on small cards. Determine the fiber content of each sample, and record your data on the card. Give all possible uses for each fabric. Give the reasons for your answers in terms of the basic qualities of the fibers. Ex.3 Do the burning test for Cotton, Wool, silk and nylon fibers, and prepare a chart of the burning characteristics of the fibers. Examine a wool, cotton and silk fiber under the microscope. Draw the fiber as you see it. Do a chemical test and write the observations for identification of wool, cotton and silk fiber. UNIT–2: Yarn Manufacture SubUnit 1 Video Title Yarn Manufacture from Staple fibres Manufacturing of Filament yarns and texturing Production of Fancy yarns and their structure Details Spinning Process: Opening, Picking, Carding, Combing, Drawing, Roving and Spinning. Production of staple yarn from blend of cotton with Polyester or wool with Polyester. Types of Filament Yarns: Natural (Silk yarn) and Man- made (Polyester & Nylon etc.) and texturing of filament yarn by twisting. Methods of production: The Twisting, Wrapping, Wrap spinning and Ring Twisting methods. Differennt Fancy YarnsSpiral, Knot, Loop, Snarl, Nap, Flake, Chenille, Cloud, Grandelle and Textured looped Yarns.

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Exercises: Ex.1 Explain the basics of spinning and describe the various processes through which cotton fibre has to pass during spinning.

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Enumerate the limitations of Synthetic yarns. Discuss the different methods of manufacturing of Fancy Yarns.

UNIT–3: Fabric Manufacturing and Fabric Structure SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Weaving & Basic Weaves Knitting and Basic Knits Non-wovens and Braids Details Plain Weave, Twill Weave, Satin/Sateen Weave Weft and warp Knitting, Basic Knits: Plain Knit, Rib Knit, Purl Knit and Interlock Knit. Non-woven: Durables (Caps, interlining, carpet backing, insulation, mattress padding etc.), Disposables(Dusting Cloth, napkins, diapers, bandages and towels)

Exercises: Ex.1 To understand the basics of Weaving and Basic weaves. Ex.2 To familiarize with the concept of Knitting and basic knits. Ex.3 Production and Usage of non-wovens and braids. UNIT-4: Textile Chemical Processing SubUnit 1 Video Title Preparatory processes and Dyeing Printing and Finishing of Textiles Tests to Determine Color Fastness Details Preparatory processes: Singeing, Desizing, Scouring, Bleaching, and Mercerization. Dyes: Water soluble(direct, acid, metal complex, cationic, reactive, solubilised vat dyes) and water insoluble dyes(vat, Sulphur, Disperse dyes) Methods used for printing; Block, Stencil, Machine roller printing and screen printing method. Finishing Processes: Chemical Finishing (handle modification, Water proof finishes, Oil, stain and soil-resistant finish, microbiocidal finishes and anti-static finishes. Identifying color fastness, light fastness, rubbing fastness(dry rubbing and wet rubbing fastness test)

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Pretreat a cotton fabric and dye it with direct dye and vat dye Printing samples using any one of the printing method Perform the wash fastness test on cotton dyed samples (with direct dye and vat dye).

UNIT–5: Textile Testing SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Textile Testing: An overview Testing of Textile Fibres and yarns Testing of Textile Fabrics Details Dimensions of Quality (Over- dimension quality, under-dimensioned quality), Factors affecting quality are raw material, process, personnel technical knowledge, specification etc. Tests on Fibres(length distribution of cotton fibres, Fineness of fibres, Longitudinal sections and cross sections of fibres, moisture regain of fibres), Testing of Yarns(Measurement of linear density and count, Twist measurement, yarn evenness test, measurement of yarn tenacity) Fabric thickness, weight of the fabric, thread density of a woven fabric, Crease recovery of a fabric, Bending Stiffness, pilling of fabric, Fabric Drape)

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Importance of quality and trace how it moved from Quality Control to TQM ? Enumerate the different tests on Fibres and Yarns. Name the different tests performed on textile fabrics.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-102 Business Skills And Ethics Major 03 A certificate holder has to learn how to manage a small scale unit and communicate with the buyers. This topic will introduce the skills necessary for effective written and verbal communication.  Some relevant, selected fundamentals of Office Management and Time Management.  Computer fundamentals.  Business Skills and Ethics.  the Preparation of a Project Report.

UNIT-1: Business Communication SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Fundamentals of Business Communication Overcoming Barriers to Effective Communication Types of Communication Details Fundamentals of Written and verbal business communication. Types of official, business and semi-official communication.

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Effective verbal communication.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 What are various forms or types of communication? Enumerate the barriers to effective communication. Distinguish between conscious and sub-conscious communication.

UNIT-2: Basics of Office Management SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Basics Of Management Office Management Details Organization(characteristics, levels), Management(efficiency, effectiveness, activities), management skills(general, specific), management competency, Front desk and stationery management(reception manning, EPABX skills, office stationery and supplies), Office communication management(external, internal, outgoing mail/courier, Email, Records management(filing systems), Office automation management(EPABX, fax machine, photocopiers, computers, scanners, projectors, printers, equipment repairs and maintenance, basic administration The concept of time, need for time management, time audit, time-use chart, principles, goal setting

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Time Management

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 What are the different levels of an organization? What do you understand by front desk and stationery management? How will you set your goals?

UNIT–3: Fundamentals of Computers SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Computer fundamentals Office Automation Details Computer fundamentals (hardware, software etc.). Office automation (telephone, EPABX, intercom, FASCIMILE or fax)

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Possible Business uses of Computer in office automation

Information technology(uses and role)

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Explain how a computer works? What is hardware and software? What is office automation? Mention three uses of information technology in modern office management.

UNIT-4: Business Skills SubUnit 1 Video Title Preparing Project report for Starting a Business Negotiating Finance for Business The Basic skills for Running a Business Details Preparing a Project Report / Design Proposal.

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Important issues in negotiating for finance. Basic skills required for running a business (Knowledge, Attitude & Skillscommunication, computers, time and money management, entrepreneurship, decision making). How to set up a small scale unit.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Prepare a project report for starting a Business. What are the different types of Financing? What are the various skills required in running a business?

UNIT–5: Ethics and Business SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Details The present state of human society, Ethics and morality Some basic qualities, Ethics in practice, final word Group Discussion

Business Ethics Ethics in Practice Group Discussion on Ethics and Business Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3

What are ethics? Mention some good ethical practices followed by organizations? What ethics a business should practice and why? Group discussion on “Experience and Sharing”

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-103 DRAWING Major 03  to develop skills of freehand drawing and sketching, to cultivate an ability to visualize, analyze, observe and communicate ideas/concepts in Nature  To understand the relationship between size, scale and proportion.  To understand and communicate through drawing, the principles governing the visual phenomenon as perceived by the human eye.  75% of our designs are influenced from Nature. A proper naturalistic approach is very important for developing the creative aspect required for Designing  The students will be able to free hand paint Textile fabrics in naturalistic forms by the end of this course.  to develop the ability to Digitally edit their drawings.

UNIT–1: Introduction to Drawing and Exploration of Tools SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Tools and Techniques of Drawing – I Tools and Techniques of Drawing - II Presentation Guidelines Details An introduction to drawing and exploration of different tools and techniques of drawing. Understanding of the human hand and arm as an extended Tool. Use of pressure, control and different media for creating different results and styles of presentation. Inputs regarding neat presentation (clean-up, erase, avoid stains, cut-paste etc.).

Exercises: Ex.1 Use half Imperial cartridge sheet. Place it horizontally and draw horizontal lines on it. Rest the arm and the wrist on the table/board surface, so as to move only the wrist joints. Rest the elbow on the surface, hold the wrist steady. Draw lines, horizontally, using only elbow movement on half imperial cartridge sheet and fill up the sheet. Raise the whole arm off the surface and hold the wrist and the elbow steady. Draw lines in this position, using shoulder movement, on half imperial cartridge sheet placed horizontally and fill up the sheet. Use half imperial cartridge sheet held in a vertical position. Take a 2-B pencil and draw horizontal lines from left to right, using heavy pressure to light pressure and fill up the sheet. Use half imperial sheet, held in a vertical position. Take a 2-B pencil and draw horizontal lines using differing pressure in the same continuous lines and fill up the sheet.

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UNIT-2: NATURE STUDY - A SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Leaves Flowers Details Nature drawing is the first step in observing and imbibing the form and detail of plants i.e. leaves/flowers/stems and living things around us. It is the study of various objects found in nature. Nature is full of lines, colour, texture and forms. Shading and Sketching leaves/flowers/stems. Study of Nature Drawing can be done in various media such as (1) pencil-hard and soft, (2) pen and ink (3) water colour (4) coloured ink (5) poster colours. Nature study helps in creating new designs/composition by combining leaves/flowers/stems.

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Creation of New Designs Exercises: Ex.1 Study five different kinds of leaves and stems and draw in pencil in three different angles. Then draw the same in pen and ink giving a few details. After the various forms have been studied thoroughly paint them in black and white and shade of green and brown. This

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must be composed on ¼ Imperial sheet, giving the overlapping effect, repeat them 3 times to form a composition. Study 3 different kinds of flowers in pencil shading, black and white and natural colours. Do the study of flower heads in two different angles. Study 3 different kinds of flowers, with stem and leaves, from two angles each, in pencil, black and white and colour. This study should be done in composition form.

UNIT-3: Nature Study-II SubUnit 1 Video Title Patterns Details Nature Drawing is the first step in observing and imbibing the form and details of various objects found in nature (vegetables, fruits, plants) and trees and living things around us. It is the study of various objects found in nature. Nature is full of lines, colour, texture and forms. Shading and sketching vegetables, fruits, plants and trees. Study of Nature Drawing can be done in various media, such as (1) pencil-hard and soft, (2) pen and ink (3) water colour (4) coloured ink (5) poster colours. Nature Study helps in creating new designs/compositions by combining vegetables, fruits, plants and trees. All work to be done on ¼ imperial sheets.

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Vegetables and Fruits Plants and Trees

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Study three different types of vegetable as a whole and with their cross sections in pencil and pen; give shading also. Study the vegetables in black and white and colour with shading. Study three different types of fruits in pencil, sketch pen and colour with shading. Sketch three different types of plants and trees with water, colour composing them on ¼ Imperial sheets. Submit two sketches.

UNIT–4: Object and Perspective Drawing SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Objects Combining Effects with Objects Perspective Drawing Details Introduction to Objects and their perspective showing light and shade; the shading can create wonders from a design angle. Understanding of different Objects and their combination in drawing with transparent, translucent and opaque effects. Understanding of Perspective Drawing with reference to creating designs.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Using a pencil, draw with detailing and shading an opaque object (e.g. a mug, plate, bowl, tea kettle, cooking utensil, or a flower pot), transparent object (e.g. a glass of water or a plastic bag with vegetables / fruits inside. Draw a cane basket placed on a table cloth with transparent fabric placed inside the basket. This assignment will give an understanding of drapes and weave structure of a cane basket. Using a pencil draw a scene, which is more than 15 feet away and is visible from inside or outside the room or building.

UNIT–5: Drawing with the aid of a Digitizer Tablet using a Computer SubUnit 1 Video Title Digitizer as a Details Introduction to the use of computer/digitizer as a design tool.

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design tool Using a Digitizer Computer Generated Line Art

Pressure sensitivity while using strokes/ lines/ shapes and its user friendliness for designing/ creating/ saving designs using digitizer. Understanding computer generated line art principles.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Understanding and use of electronic pen on the tablet freely and intuitively. Drawing lines, out lines, brush stroke, shapes e.g. rectangle, square, circle. Create flowers and leaves digitally using a tablet.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-104 COLOUR AND TEXTURE Major 03  Introduction to the language of colour.  To give in-depth knowledge of the colour wheel.  To develop skills in using different media, like poster paints, water colours, oil colours, crayons.  To develop sensitivity for appropriate colour combinations and colour schemes.  To introduce the ability to make simple designs.

UNIT–1: Introduction to Colour SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to colour and colour Media The language of colour Colour Families Details Exploration of different media (e.g. poster colour, oil crayons, water colours and water proof inks). Understanding the language of colour, hues, tints, shades, tones, and grey-scales. Colour Families: warm colours, cool colours, neutral colours.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Border for a table cover using warm colours. A sari border using cool colours. A border for a full plate using neutral colours.

UNIT–2: Colour Wheel SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title The Colour Wheel Drawing a Colour Wheel Colour Schemes Details Making of colour wheel using cellophane paper and wood, to understand the concept of colour. Understanding of colour with the help of colour wheel: primary, secondary, sub-secondary and tertiary colours. Filling colours in simple designs/ shapes to create different colour schemes.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Paint a colour Wheel showing primary, secondary, sub-secondary and tertiary colours. Make a colour wheel with cellophane paper, using only the primary colours. Now with these 3 colours show all the different types of colours by overlapping them Take a simple geometrical shape like circles with l" radius and explain all the primary, secondary and sub-secondary colours.

UNIT–3: Colour Harmonies SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Colour Harmony Theory of Colour Schemes Colour Schemes for Details Understanding different concepts of Colour Harmony. Creating colour schemes for effective designs using different colour harmonies. Theory of the following Colour Schemes: Contrast colours, Achromatic colours, Polychromatic colours, Split complementary colours, Double split complementary colours, Analogous colours, Triad colours. Expressing the colour schemes for motifs and designs.

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Motifs and Designs Exercises: Ex.1 Make four borders of 4" width with  Contrast  Split complimentary colours Ex.2 Arrange different geometrical shapes on a quarter imperial size paper and paint it with  Achromatic  Analogous Ex.3 Make a motif with lines and show any different sets of  Triad  Polychromatic colours UNIT–4: Introduction to Texture SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Texture Creating Textures on Textiles-I Creating Textures on Textiles-II Details What is Texture, its importance, and understanding of Texture for designs. Identifying different sources from which textures can be created to enhance a design. Beauty of end product enhanced due to textures on different products and types of textures.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Obtain impressions of various textures around you on a tracing sheet or butter paper, using the Wax crayons, Rubbing technique, Thread, Blowing technique. Do ten explorations and make a texture file. Cut out a stencil of monuments, flower pot and fill it with textures of different types of stones, dals, rubber solution Work on half imperial sheets. Design one Cushion Cover in combination of Multiple-Textures.

UNIT–5: Colour Transformation and Textures using CorelDraw SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Digital Colour Theory Settings in Corel Draw Creating Textures in CorelDraw Details To introduce Digital Colour theory vis-à-vis Textile Colour Theory. Selecting and changing colours. Creating textures.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Draw a circle, square, rectangle and apply uniform fill, fountain fill and a texture fill to it. Draw a circle and fill with uniform fill and a square inside it with a Texture fill and the rectangle with a fountain fill. Draw a design and fill with contrast colours, polychromatic colours, analogous colours, triad colours.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-105 ELEMENTS OF DESIGN Major 03  To provide and develop fundamental skills of analysis, interpretation and representation in relation to surface design.  To develop and initialize a design vocabulary, an essential tool for practicing as designers.  To develop an awareness and curiosity to notice detailing in everything they see and touch.  To increase and build an acute sensitivity to the world around them.

UNIT–1: Lines SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Dots and Lines Scrawly Patterns Depiction with Lines, Dots and Shapes Details Understanding the relationship between dots, lines and shapes. Demonstration and understanding the use of various kinds of lines. Concept of scrawl and creating scrawly patterns in filling to create a composition, using different media. Depicting feeling or a word by using lines, dots and shapes.

Exercises: Ex.1 Draw different kinds of lines in 4” by 4” squares. Fill the squares using same thickness or mixed thickness lines:  Straight / horizontal lines  Thick / thin lines  Wavy lines  Zig-zag lines  Straight vertical lines  Diagonal lines Draw a scrawly pattern, filling the spaces with dots and lines creating different tints and shades. Use separate sheets for each medium (pencil, poster colours and pens). In an 8” by 8” square white format, use lines of the same thickness (the length could vary), to depict a feeling or a word (e.g. loneliness, motion, charity, surprise etc.). The lines should be in black.

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UNIT–2: Form and Motif SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Form Motifs Composition of Form and Motifs Details Understanding Form, by use of geometrical instruments like the compass, scale set-squares etc. Understanding what are motifs and their depiction on textiles for designing. Composition by using different cut outs of form and motifs, which can also be depicted by feelings or words.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 In an 8” by 8” white format, paste cut-outs of circles, triangles and squares of various sizes to create a composition depicting a feeling or a word (e.g. dynamic, relaxed etc.). Repeat the same using cut-out of coloured papers. Draw four motifs – two geometric and two floral in a 3” by 3” format. Use white ground and black motifs.

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UNIT–3: Placement of Design SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Concept of Placement of Designs Different Types of Placement of Design-I Different Types of Placement of Design-I Details Lines put together make a shape. For example: When a circle is repeated often a motif is created which can be used for placement. Importance of placement for a design, right placements can do wonders for a design. Creating different placements, for woven as well as surface designed ones.

Exercises: Ask the students to make 3 different motifs: 1 floral head, 1 monument, 1 geometrical. No. of each motif should be placed in all the different kinds of placements. The above motifs can be placed differently: Ex.1 A) Equidistant (placement is when there is equal distance between each motif on all sides), B)Half drop (brick layout or close half drop). Ex.2 A) Checks (vertical, diagonal), B) Stripes (vertical, horizontal & diagonal). Ex.3 A) All over placement is when the motif is placed in such a manner that there is no particular direction, B) Weave method. UNIT–4: Types of Designs SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Different Types of Designs Traditional Designs Centre Line Patterns Details Understanding of various types of designs: Traditional and Modern, Realistic and Abstract, Folk and Symbolic. Traditional Designs Centre line patterns: is a pattern in which all lines begin and end at the centre line. This can be obtained by putting a carbon sheet of paper and the design can be drawn so both sides of paper get the same design.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ask the students to experiment with carbon paper and different types of centre line design. After doing about 10 of them on 1/4 imperial rough sheets, one of them can be done on full imperial cartridge sheet. This should be repeated by tracing it in a border and then painted in two colours. Paisleys: Paisley is a traditional shape used in designing. Traditional designs can also be made from flowers, birds, stems and 1eaves having a grape vine movement, fishes, shells, webs, animals and human figures. Geometrical design: having relation in traditional design as in Tantric art which is symbolic art. This design represents the sun which has been taken from geometrical shape. Ask the students to take pictures from magazines which have scenes of faces etc. Cut these pictures and rearrange them so that they do not look realistic. The effect of abstract design will then be created. The scrawly pattern is also an abstract design. Ask the students to take different animals and depict them in folk style. This should be painted in such way that the background is also part of the design. Folk art: is symbolic art where the forms are mostly geometrical or simplified, in shape

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UNIT-5: Value of Space SubUnit 1 Video Title Positive and Details Composition of Negative space and Positive space.

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Negative spaces The Importance of Background Creating a Balanced

Using background: before doing any composition on any design one must realize the space given and then design accordingly. Background is the negative part and the design is the positive part. Half of the space should be negative and the other half should be positive, understanding this concept.

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Ask students to make a composition with 4 different kinds of leaves. On 1/4 imperial sheet the design should be drawn first and then painted in 3 colour. 1/4 imperial sheet the same design should be drawn and here the background should be painted in the same three colours and the design left blank. After doing this exercise they will realize the relation between negative and positive. Another aspect of the value of space is to place the design according to the space given. Let the students make a composition with flowers and ask them to place it in a given area of 6" x 6" They should try and use the space by placing the flowers in different ways.

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Semester II Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives: CTD-201 TRADITIONAL TEXTILES OF INDIA Major 03  To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious few textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages.  To identify the technique of textiles used in a region by various communities and their economic and social implications.  To trace and examine the evolution of technique and design over a period of time.  The following topics will be covered with special emphasis on Methods of working Replicas of Traditional Textiles in India, Woven, Painted, Printed, Resist dyed and Embroidered.

UNIT-1: Woven Textiles SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Woven Textiles Banaras Brocade Chanderi Details To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious woven textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages. To trace the historical Background Patterns importance of Colour and weaving style of Banaras Brocade. To trace and examine the evolution of Colour, pattern, design and motifs of Chanderi over a period of time.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Historical references to woven textiles:  Religious, ceremonial, social and economic significance.  Study in order to identify their origin, technique, colour, design and usage. To make replica of Banaras Brocade and Chanderi Sari. Draw and sketch Motifs used on Banaras Brocades and Chanderi saris.

UNIT-2: Printed Textiles (Sanganeri, Bagru) SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Printed Textiles Sanganeri Prints Bagru Printing Details To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious printed textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages. To identify the techniques used in Sanganer for block printing and its designs, motifs, colour scheme and Utility items made from it. To trace and examine the evolution of different techniques and designs over a period of time in Bagru Printing

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Historical references to printed textiles:  Religious, ceremonial, social and economic significance.  Study in order to identify their origin, technique, colour, design and usage. To make replica of printed Sanganeri Fabric and Bagru fabric. Draw and sketch motifs used on Sanganeri designs and Bagru designs.

UNIT-3: Painted Textiles (Kalamkari, Pichwai) SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Painted Textiles of India kalamkari Pichhavai Details To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious painted textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages. To identify the Kalamkari techniques used in the region by various communities and their colour design and style. To trace and examine the evolution of technique and design over a period of time.

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Historical references to painted textiles:  Religious, ceremonial, social and economic significance.  Study in order to identify their origin, technique, colour, design and usage. To make replica of Kalamkari fabric and Pichwai wall hangings. Draw and sketch motifs used on Kalamkari work and Pichwais work.

UNIT-4: Dyed Textiles (Bandhani, Patola) SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Resist Dyed Textiles Patola Bandhani Details To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious Resist Dyed textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages. To identify the Patola techniques used in particular region by various communities and their Process and design style. To trace and examine the evolution of Bandhani technique and design over a period of time.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Historical references to resist dyed textiles:  Religious, ceremonial, social and economic significance  Study in order to identify their origin, technique, colour, design and usage: To make replica of Bandhani Work and Patola Fabric. Draw and sketch motifs used on Bandhani and Patola work.

UNIT-5: Embroidered Textiles (Kashmir Embroidery, Phulkari & Bagh) SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Embroidered Textiles of India Kashmir Embroidery Phulkari and Bagh Details To initiate students to the world of rich and glorious embroidered textiles of India, as they have evolved and unfolded through the ages. To identify the techniques associated with Kashmir embroidered textiles used in the region by various communities and their design colours and motifs. Historical references of the evolution of technique, colour, design and usage over a period of time.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Draw and sketch Motifs used on Kashmiri embroidery, Phulkari and Bagh. To make a replica of Kashmiri Embroidery. To make replica of Phulkari or Bagh.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-202 TEXTILE DYEING & PRINTING Major 03 To initiate and familiarise the students with: • the preparatory processes for yarns and fabrics, different dyes and dyeing techniques.  the history, techniques, tools and equipments used in various Textile Printing techniques (Screen, Block and stencil)  the process of creating painted patterns and designs applicable to fashion fabrics, surfaces, and related areas of applied design with emphasis on material and medium exploration.  an analytical and methodical approach to a design by doing enlargement and reduction, repeats and all-over designs  designs for ornamentation of fabrics.

UNIT-1: Dyeing of Textiles SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Preparatory Processes for Yarn & Fabrics Introduction to Dyes Introduction to Dyeing Details Learning the Preparatory processes on the Yarn & fabric to achieve good dyeing and Printing results. Introduction to dyes giving a brief overview of the history of dyes and their classification, types of dyes and their characteristics. Introduction to dyeing giving a brief overview of the history of dyeing, and various dyeing techniques used and the consequent value addition.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 SubUnit 1 Take a grey (raw) cotton fabric and subject it to the processes of designing, screening, bleaching. Observe the changes in water absorbency and improvement in whiteness. Make a chart of various dyes used for the dyeing of textile materials. Dye a cotton fabric using reactive dyes in two colours. Video Title Details Introduction to Block Printing giving a brief history of Block Printing and the type of blocks used and its making. To examine different types of blocks used its technique and value addition, materials and equipment required for Block Printing work. Pre and post treatment for block printing and understanding the limitations of the technique and its quality parameters.

UNIT-2: Block Printing

Block Printing: An Introduction 2 The Block Printing Technique 3 Block Printing: Pre-and Post Treatment Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3

Look for different types of blocks and make a list. List the materials and tools required for block printing. What are the main steps to be taken before printing?

UNIT-3: Making Stencil for printing on Fabrics SubUnit 1 Video Title Introduction To Stencil Making & Printing Techniques Cutting Stencils Printing with Stencil Details To examine materials and equipment required for paper cut work, its technique and value addition. Experiment cutting stencil on different types of paper, plastic etc. Experimenting in printing through paper cut using different dyes and pigments on fabric.

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Draw a simple design or a logo for a T-shirt on thick ivory sheet and prepare a stencil for the same. Draw a design on paper, transfer it on plastic and cut the design to prepare a stencil. Print a T-shirt or any other material with the prepared stencil using different dyes and pigments.

UNIT-4: Designs and their Enlargement & reduction SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Enlargement and Reduction of Designs Working Designs for Ornamentation on Fabric Working with ‘repeats’ in designs Details Understanding the importance and process of enlargement and reduction of a design. Understanding the working of the design to be ornamented on the fabric. While doing enlargement & reduction of a design keep the repeats in mind.

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Enlarge a 4 cm square design/motif to 4 inches. Reduce a 20 inches x 28 inches design/motif to 5 inches x 7 inches. Copy an all over design and enlarge to four times its size or reduce to half.

UNIT–5: Screen Printing SubUnit 1 2 Video Title The Basics of Screen Printing Screen Printing: Tools used and the process Executing a Screen Print Design Details To understand the importance and process of screen printing and its types. To make screens and printing paste using Acuramin dyes and SLN chemical. To understand the screen painting Process and execution of a screen print design taking into account the precautions that must be taken.

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Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Draw and sketch 10 designs on paper from 3 or 4 themes, keeping the colour palette and the end use of each in mind, (e.g. The theme ‘Sea Beach’ will have a colour palette of beige, golden-yellow, sea-green, aqua-blue, turquoise-blue and corel). Select any one theme out of the choice given in class and make a final design chart out of the 10 design ideas you had made in the previous class, and prepare the screen. Print bed sheets with the above theme.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-203 TEXTILE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES Major 03  To develop understanding of different techniques of surface ornamentation.  To examine materials and equipment required for a particular technique of value addition.  To be able to select and use appropriate methods/techniques of ornamentation and understand the limitations of the selected technique and its quality parameters.

UNIT-1: Embroidery SubUnit 1 Video Title Embroidery: Some Introductory Aspects and Two commonly used Stitches Feather, Satin and Long & Short Stitches in Embroidery The French knot, Lazy Daisy and Buttonhole Stitches in Embroidery Details To examine the requirements in materials and equipment required for embroidery work, its technique and value addition.

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To select and use appropriate methods/techniques of embroidery and understand the limitations of the technique and its quality parameters.

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To understand different embroideries, their stitches used, and its execution.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Embroider straight, horizontal lines of 6” each. On a fabric 8” by 12”, Embroider eight different kinds of stitches (e.g. Running stitch, stem stitch, feather stitch, satin stitch, long and short stitch, french knots and lazy-daisy). Embroider a cushion cover choosing one or more surface ornamentation techniques.

UNIT-2: Elementary Techniques Which Acted As A Prelude To Block Printing SubUnit 1 Video Title Exploring Elementary Techniques Leading to Block Printing Potato Printing Matchstick Printing Details To examine materials and equipment required for elementary techniques for printing work, and its value addition.

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To select and use appropriate methods/techniques of Potato printing and understand the limitations of the technique and its quality parameters. To understand and create different blocks by matchstick printing, and it execution.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ten designs on paper with two colours. The design should be geometrical and in straight lines. Size of the design 4" x 4". Above designs made on card board with the help of sticking match sticks on it.

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With the help of these blocks make ‘all over’ design in four colours. Cotton material for scarf, paint it with fabric paints.

UNIT-3: Tie and Dye SubUnit 1 2 Video Title Introduction to Tie and Dye Process The Fabrics used for Tie & Dye & the Technique of Tying them before Dyeing Dyes & Dyeing Processes Details Introduction to Tie & Dye giving a brief overview of the history of tie & dye and the type of dyes and tools used and its value addition. To select and use appropriate methods/techniques of Tie & Dye work and understand the limitations of the technique and its quality parameters.

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To understand different styles and also combinations of different styles of Tie & Dye work and their execution using different dyes and colour schemes.

Exercises: Tie and Dye the following: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 A 12" x 12" cotton fabric with different types of knots and ties in three colours. A Silk scarf with two different types of knots and in three colours Six napkins and one table cloth.

UNIT-4: Batik SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Introduction to Batik The process involved in batik Batik; Removal of wax and safety measures Details Introduction to Batik giving a brief overview of the history of Batik and the type of wax, dyes and tools used. Demonstration of the uses and techniques of Batik. Removal of wax from the fabric and finishing of Batik work.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 To make and submit 10 designs on paper before starting the execution on cloth. To draw a final design chart for a wall hanging or a set of two cushion covers or a teacosy, tray cover set. The design should then be traced on fabric and made using the Batik method.

UNIT-5: Hand painting SubUnit 1 Video Title Details To examine materials and equipment required for hand painting work, its technique and value addition. To select and use appropriate methods/techniques of hand painting and understand the limitations of the technique and its quality parameters. To understand different and also combination of different styles of hand painting work and its execution.

Introduction to Hand Painting 2 Understanding Hand Painting Techniques 3 Some other techniques of Painting & Printing Exercises:

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Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3

To make and submit 10 centre line designs on paper before starting the execution on cloth. To make a final design chart for the six table mats and six napkins. To do the practical of six table mats and six napkins on white background, preferably organdie.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-204 COMPUTER AIDED TEXTILE DESIGN (CATD) Major 03  To develop skills with the comprehensive vector-based drawing program (Corel Draw) it to create professional artwork from simple logos to intricate textile designs.

UNIT-1: Working with objects SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Corel Draw: An Introduction to Using Corel Draw for Design Symbols and Drawing Details What is software, selection of proper software and its user friendliness, use of CorelDraw as an aid for textile design. Learning to use the tool bar and the user friendly menu. Creating, editing, and deleting symbols, using symbols for drawing.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Make a logo with the help of using symbols. Design a logo using free hand tool for your letterhead and visiting card in single colour. Make a label using the logo and writing your Boutique’s name.

UNIT-2: Working with pages & layout tools SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Page Layout Page Management Using Guidelines and Ruler Details Specifying the page layout. Adding, renaming and deleting pages. Using the rulers, setting up guidelines.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Set the orientation for an individual page in a multi-page document. Change the order of the page after you have created a multi-page drawing. Change order of the page and move objects from one page to another.

UNIT-3: Adding & Formatting text SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Creating Text Documents Formatting Creating a Design Library Details CorelDraw application lets you use text to create documents or annotate drawings. Using CorelDraw for adding & formatting text and drawings. Saving and creating ones own design library in Corel.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Add artistic text along an open or closed path. Import or paste text on a textured background Change the appearance and the colour of the text placed on a design symbol.

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UNIT-4: Designing a logo for your firm SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Design Retrieval Creating Designs Scanning Designs into Electronic Format Details Retrieval and use of saved material from the design library. Creating ones own designs in CorelDraw and preparation of the art work. Scanning of painted design image converting into vector file and use with Corel art work.

Exercises: Ex.1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Manipulate between the different saved work on the design symbol gallery. Design a symbol which would be printed on all textiles being manufactured in your organization. Design an advertisement for opening of your textile unit.

UNIT-5: Printing in CorelDraw SubUnit 1 2 3 Video Title Printing – 1 Printing – 2 Printing – 3 Details CorelDraw provides extensive options for printing your work learn to print bromides with aid of Laser Printer. You can print one or more copies of the same drawings, You can specify what to print. Learn to print different colours on different bromides, for final design.

Exercises: Ex-1 Ex.2 Ex.3 Creation of floral motifs using CorelDraw to develop patterns in varied repeats of block print design in two, three and four colour. To learn & understand the functioning of the Corel trace and using it to trace scanned artwork for further processing. Learning to print designs on bromide with the help of a laser printer for screen printing.

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Course Code: Course Title: Status: Total Credits: Objectives:

CTD-205 Minor Project Major 03  All students will register for this course so that they gain an understanding of what constitutes a project and how to handle it. They will learn how to do literature survey and collect information. The planning of the project making an in-depth-study of a single topic, learning to pay attention to detail, interpreting results and preparing a scientific report in the form of a structured dissertation, making a presentation- all these and many other worthwhile facets of what constitutes a successful project will become clear.  The CTD 205 booklet describes various aspects of a project and how to deal with it. A number of projects and project titles are suggested.

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