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BSC TD105 Drawing & Sketching

Part -A • Drawing & sketching; Still Life drawing, line drawing, nature study, human study and quick sketches, Handling different kinds of pencils 4, B, 4B, 6B and charcoal, perspective drawing – single point. PART-B • Illustration in textural techniques for textiles • Inspirational Drawing- inspirations from nature, seasons, objects, fabrics, toys, signs and symbols, surroundings, etc. • Rendering effects. • Different Presentation Techniques- collage work, swatch board, front and back, stylization, textural effects, etc. • Medium exploration – making the students familiar with all mediums like, pencils, water colours, poster colours, inks, crayons, dry pastels, etc. Books recommended: How to draw by Foster Walter Fashion Illustration & Presentation by Manmeet Sodhia Question Paper Pattern: Drawing and Sketching (Theory) 7 questions. Do any 5. 15 marks each = 75 Questions will have only illustrative answers. BSCTD-107: Color & Texture PART-A • What is Color? • Dimensions of colour- hue, intensity and value. • Colour wheel and its various Color Schemes- primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary, warm and cool colours, analogous colours, complimentary and split complimentary, tints, tones and shades, achromatic and monochromatic colours, pastels and dusty pastels - effect of these colour schemes. • Effects of Colors- red, blue, green, yellow, orange, pink, purple, grey, black, white, neutrals. • Colour combinations for textile. • Factors affecting the choice of colours- effect of light, texture, age, size, personality, complexion, occasion. PART-B • Types of textures- thread pulling, thread crumple, thread rolling, paper dabbing, wax rubbing, wax drop, smoke, blade, leaf, flower, butterfly, lace, jute, thumb, matchstick, sponge, cabbage, potato, onion, chilly, lady finger, ink drop, ink blow,

Sindhi. cloth dabbing etc. The questions from PART A of the syllabus will have answers both descriptive and illustrative. Book recommended: DRESS DESIGNING by Manmeet Sodhia Kalyani Publishers Library reference: Traditional Indian Textiles by Parul B. Abhishek Publications Insiders Guide to South India by Brian Bell APA Publications A celebration of style by Sharada Dwivedi AJSK Publications Colourful Textiles of Rajasthan by Gulab Kothari Jaipur Printers Question Paper Pattern: Traditional Indian Textiles (Theory) .(hand block printing-sanganeri). Book recommended: DESIGN STUDIES by Manmeet Sodhia Kalyani Publishers Chapters 1 to 9 Library reference: Fashion and color by Mary Garthe Rockport Publishers Color Harmony 2 by Bride M. printed and painted Indian textiles. BSCTD-202: Traditional Indian Textiles PART-A • Indian traditional textiles (embroided. Kutch. • Production processes of various woven Indian textiles. tangail ) • Brief history of these textiles. motifs. Do any 5. stitches used in Indian traditional embroidery. PART-C • Printed. sindhi. motifs. batik. chickenkari.lurex. gold and silver work. PART-B • Indian traditional Woven textiles.) • Brief history of these textiles • Colours. stitches used in these Indian textiles • Production processes of various dyed. leather. Indian traditional textiles • Indian traditional Dyed textiles .Whelan Rockport Publishers Question Paper Pattern: Colour and Texture (Theory) 7 questions. mukaish. • Colours and motifs used in these Indian traditional textiles. kathiawar. Kantha. comb. baluchaar. phulkari) • Traditional embroideries of Chamba rumal. dry brush. Kantha.drop ink. mesh. nakshi. gold and silver embroidery. bead work.phulkari. Colours. patola. kasida. 15 marks each=75.preparation of embroidery samples of various states of India. chickenkari. etc. gujarati. Kathiawar. • Practical . use of textures in textile designing. • Textural effects. Chamba rumal. gujarati.kasida. dabka. brocade. chanderi.(Ikat. The questions from PART B will have only illustrative answers. kutch. tie and dye) • Indian traditional Painted textiles .(kota.(kalamkari. kangiveram. • Fabric.

sheaf. appliqué work • Ribbon work. cross stitch. cretan.15 marks each=75. satin. The answers to these questions will be both illustrative and descriptive. buttons. and trims. dot. Jacobean trellis. long and short. lace work. Visit reports and any other projects made during the semesters. traditional Indian textiles. cut work. fly. bullion knots. Leheria.Jennifer Campbell Elementary idea of textile dyeing.all contemporary stitches. Pekinese. drawing and sketching. Portfolio and Viva: 25 marks Part b. spider’s web. The portfolio should include projects on-color and texture. Do any 5 . back. and introduction to textile science. Bandhini. BSCTD204 Textile Ornamentation Part A: • Introduction to embroidery. German knots. Shibori and Tritik. woven bars. seeding. Textile Ornamentation 25 marks Question Paper Pattern Part: A Students will present a portfolio of all the files/ folders/ projects created during the course of study in I and II semesters. other decorations and trimmings. straight. buttonhole. wheat tear. fish bone. • Market survey of fabrics. Part B: • Theory of Tie and Dye Process like Bandhej.7 questions. Viva: 10 Marks. blanket. The external examiner will evaluate the portfolio and take a viva of the student. Intro to computer graphics 25 marks Part c. open chain. raised chain. . holbien. Florentine. fundamental of design. French knots. brick. running. twisted chain.stem. rope work. BSCTD-206 Portfolio and Viva Part a. The evaluation will be done as follows: Portfolio: 15 Marks. couching. by KVP Singh Kalyani Publishers Step by Step Needlecraft Encyclopedia by Judy Brittain Dorling Kindersley Question Paper Pattern: Practical Exam. double chain. Romanian. • Batik Books Recommended: Guide to Embroidery Stitches . zigzag chain. four sided. goblin. herringbone. lazy daisy. chain. chevron. thorn.

• Care of fabrics. Embroidery sample: 10. Not all students can perform at the same level. This file of will be evaluated by the external examiner. Part: C During the course of study of Textile Ornamentation. Part: B. The spread should be even. • Rapid and immerse Rapid dyeing techniques. The Evaluation will be as follows: Embroidery file: 15. The student has to perform the practical in the Lab. pigments. The spread should be even. sulphur dyes. The spread should be even. acid dyes. basic dyes. Five Practical Exercises of 3 Marks each will be given to the student based on the Syllabus. During the practical examination. The viva will have questions from the syllabus of I and II semesters. insoluble azoic. A Viva of 10 Marks will be conducted. PART-B • Methods of Dyeing • Selection of dyeing methods • Suitability of dyes according to fiber • Defects of dyeing.The marking must be fair. Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student. indigo sol. disperse dyes. students will make a file of practical samples of all embroideries and tie and dye and batik. The Evaluation will be as follows: Lab Practical: 15 Marks Viva: 10 Marks The marking must be fair. • Classification of Dyes. Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student. Not all students can perform at the same level. . The marking must be fair. foam dyeing. • Machinery for dyeing. dye-fibre interaction. spray dyeing. vat. PART-C • Modern techniques of dyeing. • Solvent dyeing.Natural dyes and synthetic dyes. Direct dyes Reactive. Semester III BSCTD-301: Textile Dyeing PART-A • Theory of Dyeing – Application of various dyes. Not all students can perform at the same level. the student will also be asked to make a sample of embroidery and a sample of dyeing. Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student.

15 marks each=75. combined scouring and bleaching. Library reference: Textiles. • Chemical finishing: Like crease‐resist finish. Do any five . • Scouring: Mechanism of removal of dirt/dusts as well added and/or natural impurities. Desizing efficiency. method details. Physical finishing methods viz. causticization NH3 Wet/Hot mercerization. Saponification and emulsification. calendaring. • Desizing: Types. • Textile finishing: Physical and chemical finishing. Bleaching of blended textiles. Problems associated with various resin finishing methods and measures to reduce these problems. BSCTD302 – Textile Finishing • Introduction to chemicals processing of Textiles. drawbacks and advantages. • Singeing: Its types. Corbman McGraw Hill Question Paper Pattern: Textile dyeing and printing. process details. Efficiency of mercerization and its determination. objects of various processes. • Bleaching: Various Methods. limitation and efficiency of bleaching.Fiber to Fabric by Bernard P.(Theory) 7 questions. details of each methods and their objects. Scouring of colored textiles. drawbacks and advantages of different methods.Book recommended: Elementary idea of textile dyeing. limitations. repellent finish. controlling parameters. Change in property of Textiles after singeing. various methods of heat setting. Measurement of . • Carbonization: Object. change in properties of textiles after heat-setting. Softening. crepe finishing etc. • Mercerization: Change in structure of textiles. Terry‐Wool finishing. method details. by KVP Singh Kalyani Publishers printing and finishing. Resin finishing. • Heat setting: Mechanism of the process. Sanforizing. Measurement of bleaching efficiency.

toys. events. • Finishing Machines: Stenter. •Modern Period World Art like.themes could be picked up from nature. etc. Murphy Question paper pattern: Textile finishing (Theory) 7 questions do any 5. PART-B • Designing and illustrating apparel. etc.W. surroundings. and Films etc. Textile Design 24 BSCTD-305: Textile Presentation PART-A • Creating Survey Boards. encyclopedias. Inferences could be collected from historic books.Use of swatches for surface texture. objects. BSCTD303Art Appreciation All the contents of the syllabus will have descriptive as well as illustrative study in the class. •Roman . sports. 15 marks each =75.Application of these influences in textile designing. internet.S.using various textile. B. • Theme based illustrations. Paintings. Calendar and their working principle. Question Paper Pattern: Art Appreciation (Theory) 4 questions do any 3. .Application of these influences in textile designing. jewellery. Sculptures. Architecture. Sanforizer. celebrities.Application of these influences in textile designing. Each question =25 marks each. •Western art influences . Modern Buildings. •French.Application of these influences in textile designing. All the questions asked will have answers illustrative as well as descriptive. • Creating Mood boards.its application in designing textiles • Theme boards. •British .finishing efficiency. Books recommended: Textile processing.Sc. • Swatch boards.its direct relation to creating designs.Smith Textile Finishing.Application of these influences in textile designing.

.VA Shenai.• Designing and illustrating soft furnishing . block. Discharge and Resist styles on celluosic. using fabrics. Selection of thickener. surface texture and ornamentation. ageing of Prints. Do any five . Thickener and its types.(Theory) 2 questions. Library reference: Textiles. Textile Printing. Mechanism of various Transfer printing methods. Semester IV BSCTD-401: Textile Printing • Printing methods – Hand block. Protein. Limitations and advantages of Transfer printing. compulsory) = 40 All answers are illustrative. curing.15 marks each=75. by KVP Singh Kalyani Publishers printing and finishing. using fabrics.Fiber to Fabric by Bernard P. selection a paper and dye. PART-C • Creating a printed line. manmade textiles and their blends. surface texture and ornamentation.with a theme.(Theory) 7 questions. Function of thickener.using various textile. BSCTD402Textile Merchandising . • Designing and illustrating textile accessories. roller and Screen-printing methods.with a theme. do any 1 (35 marks)= 35 1 question (40 marks. Advantages and drawbacks of all these printing methods. • Transfer Printing: Various methods of Transfer Printing. Textile Printing. • After treatments: Steaming. • Printing paste: Constituents of print paste. machine. Corbman McGraw Hill Question Paper Pattern: Textile Printing.LWC Miles. • Styles of printing: Direct. Book recommended: Illustrating Fashion by Kathryn Mckelvey Blackwell Series Library reference: Encyclopedia of Fashion accessories by Phyllis Tortora Fairchild Question Paper Pattern: Textile presentation. • Creating a woven line. Book recommended: Elementary idea of textile dyeing.

etc. Do any 5.Jacquie Wilson Library reference: From Concept to Consumer.15 marks each=75. Inferences could be collected from trend magazines. musical instruments etc. towels. • Supplier.forecasting.(Theory) 7 questions. BSCTD-403: Textile Illustration and Appreciation All the contents of the syllabus will have descriptive as well as illustrative study in the class. non store retailing • Buying calendar • Buying strategy PART-C • Customer identification. napkins. curtains.PART-A • Overview of the textile industry-design. trend/ colour forecasting • Sales forecasting • Product selection and mix • Distribution mix • Distribution channels. butterflies. PART-A • Developing designs for children and teenager apparel.Fringes Compendium of Brand Management by S A Chunawala Question Paper Pattern: Fashion Merchandising. table cloth. textures. cushions & lampshades on suggested topics like toys. . internet. • Fashion calendar • The planning cycle • Merchandise planner. fishes & sea animals .retailer relationship • Sourcing & global sourcing • Range planning and range building.the activities involved • Role of merchandiser. Book recommended: Handbook of textile design Principles. from producer to ultimate consumer • Supply chains. processes and practice. qualities of a merchandiser • Responsibility of the merchandiser • Visual merchandising and its advantages for the buyer and seller today. production and marketing • Introduction to merchandising. PART-B • Trend prediction. nursery print.store retailing. textile journals. balloons.

do any 1 (35 marks) = 35 1 question (40 marks. precautions. its departments and personnel. 5. • Illustrating the futuristic designs by the use of appropriate mediums and different presentation skills.75 marks (Practical / All Internal). Question Paper Pattern: Textile illustration and appreciation (Theory) 2 questions. collecting and illustrating the prevalent trends in textiles/ fabrics. The report should carry complete knowledge about the industry worked in. Observations. 1. compulsory) = 40 The questions from PART A and PART B will have only illustrative answers. the examiners will evaluate the report prepared by the student after his/ her on job training in the industry. its working. its working. BSCTD-406: Industry Internship Student will undertake 15 day Internship in the Textile Industry. while the questions from PART C will have illustrative as well as descriptive answers. and one should . The LC will appoint an external and internal examiner for the examination before hand and inform the RLFC office about the same. Jobs undertaken. The exam will be held at the learning centers only. References. references. 3. its departments and personnel. He/ She should be a working professional in his/ her field of study. etc. 4. its type. One copy of the industrial report should be submitted to the RLFC office. etc. observations. PART-C • Appreciation of any three Textile Designers (one Indian designer compulsory). • Listing. Question Paper Pattern: Industry Internship. its type. For industry internship exam. • The prevalent trends. • Use of prevalent trends in creating more futuristic designs. The external examiner is to be approved by the university. jobs undertaken.PART-B • Contemporary Indian textiles. • Collecting and illustrating the work of these designers • Brief history on the work of these designers. 2. The external examiner should be a competent authority with post graduation in the subject of examination. Working on Designing and Finally forming a survey report on the industry.

Sleeves. clothing fit and drape. external examiner. 6 A copy of the attendance sheet of the candidates. back. • Current trends and new developments in the study of clothing. award list. Necklines. Semester V BSCTD-501. • Aesthetic aspects of clothing. • Fleshing of block figures. • Basic croqui drawing. 7 The copy of awards should be retained by the LC for one year after the declaration of the result by the university. lips. etc. • Figures in Motion. • Draping of different Garments • Illustration of checks. The candidate should be questioned about the points written about the industry. 8 The practical submission/ answer sheet may be reopened by the RLFC/ University for further scrutiny. • Fabric friction. ¾) • Face analysis. • Hairstyles. Pockets. duly signed by the internal examiner. static electricity and comfort.all sizes. should be sent to the RLFC in a sealed envelop. • Physiological and psychological aspects of fabric comfort. ear. • General functional description of clothing.Elements of Fashion PART-A • Block figures-normal and fashion. and all poses (front. skirts. • Hands and feet. PART-B • Classic and innovative Fashion Details -Collars. • Physical properties of clothing and clothing materials in relation to comfort. yokes.be retained by the LC for further reference of students. waistlines. • Bending and shear properties. side. trousers.C • Factors involved in the study of clothing. • Influence of fiber yarn characteristics and fabric construction parameters on clothing comfort. • Design Terminology commonly used in the fashion industry PART. • Features. stripes and prints in a garment. • Heat and moisture relations in clothing. waistlines. nose. cuffs. center head of LC.eyes. if need be. .

• Furnishing using Accessories Books recommended: Question paper pattern: Elements of Interior Design (practical) .e. Books recommended: Fashion illustration and presentation by Manmeet Sodhia Fashion Sketchbook by Abling Question paper pattern: Elements of Fashion (Theory) 7 questions. properties and functionality. • Identification of suitable conservation practices. do any 5 (15 marks) = 75 BSCTD 504Elements of Interior Design • Orthographic and Isographic Projection • Perspective Projection – One point and Two point. • Understanding their technologies. do any 5. PART B and C will have questions with descriptive and illustrative answers. new techniques. 15 marks each=75 PART A will have questions with only illustrative answers. new concepts. Free Hand • Sociography – Shades and Shadow of Objects • Presentation Techniques • Rendering with Pencil • Rendering Ink • Presentation Drawing • Rendering of Student own Work i.• New materials and finishes. Books recommended: Techno textiles Question paper pattern: Innovative Textile (Theory) 7 questions. BSCTD502Innovative Textiles • What are innovative/techno textiles? • Identification of types & subcategories of smart & techno textiles. Perspective Projection • Furnishing of Residence and Office.

1 question 40 marks = 75 marks. and presentation. handicrafts etc of an Indian state and form a Report of their findings in the form of a thesis. monuments. 1 question 35 marks. BSCTD506Survey & Project Students work on a Project Studying the Traditional aspects. 3. Evaluation should be done on the basis of neatness. The examiners will mark the papers according to the paper pattern scheme: Survey and project. Not all students can perform at the same level. people. correct marking. 2. The external examiner should be a competent authority with post graduation in the subject of examination. The LC will appoint an external and internal examiner for the examination before hand and inform the RLFC office about the same. • The report/ thesis should consist of: • Objective of the report • Acknowledgements • Introduction of the report • Detailed description of the traditional aspects • Illustrations of traditional textile of selected state. 4. the examiners will evaluate the thesis formed by the candidate after studying the traditional aspects of a state. The spread should be even. 1. Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student. The marking must be fair. 6. culture. • Summary of the report. He/ She should be a working professional in his/ her field of study. The exam will be held at the learning centers only. material collected. • Specification sheet of the suggested contemporary methods of design. The garments designed on this basis will be evaluated.75 marks (Practical). The external examiner is to be approved by the university. 5. perfection of work. and the final garment made at the end of the course will also be evaluated.2 questions. For the survey and project examination. • Sketch/ Picture of the final textile design. The LC should encourage their students to give a power point presentation of their . • Bibliography Question Paper Pattern: 75 marks (Practical/ All Internal).

either on a multimedia projector or an overhead projector. how to record methods • Basic work measurements – work measurements. process layout. how training can be made effective. duly signed by the internal examiner. PMTS • Balancing – basics. • . and one retained by the LC for further reference by the students. principles of motion economy. center head of LC. allowances. A copy of the attendance sheet of the candidates. rating. methods of training. • Training. • Production and people. 7. It’s applications in Textile Mills. 8. The practical submission/ answer sheet may be reopened by the RLFC/University for further scrutiny. single line. sequence of improvement. elements.importance. One copy of the thesis should be submitted to the RLFC Office.Textile Quality Standard • Basic methods study – introduction. should be sent to the RLFC in a sealed envelop. 9. award list. skills inventory. theoretical balance.thesis work. • Charting and layouts. external examiner. The answer sheets/ practical submission and a copy of awards should be retained by the LC for one year after the declaration of the result by the university. method study part in your job. if need be Semester VI BSCTD-601. standard time calculation. timing errors. double line. product layout.introduction. balance control • Production systems • Planning and control. initial balance. timing.

• Confidential information for client or employers.• Industrial visits.its definition & core concepts. out of pockets expenses.15 marks each=75. marketing and societal marketing concept. . B. • Estimation of at least one complete textile project should be carried out.A • Marketing. rejection fees. • Local bye-laws pertaining to textile. • Estimation and schedule of quantities for textile items. stages of payment. Books recommended: Quality Control in Textile Industry by GAV Leaf Total Quality Control by Fiegenbaum Question Paper Pattern: Textile Quality Standard (Theory) 7 questions. • Fee’s scale of charges. • Procedure from date of enquiry. Product concept. • Conditions of engagement and terms of contract. • Exercises on preparation and calling of tenders. • Keeping of costs. modifications. • Principles governing new & old work as regards prices. BSCTD-602. job-records. BSCTD603International Marketing PART. commissions and discounts retaining fees. Selling concept. alterations to estimates.Sc. alternative agreements. VD Dudeja Question Paper Pattern: Textile Costing (Theory) 7 questions. • Supervision of sub-trader and sub-contractors. Textile Design 40 . • Marketing Management Production concept. • Preparation of schedules and progress charts.Textile Costing • Regulations and restrictions on various types of new and old works. Do any 5.15 marks each=75. Books recommended: Textile Management – Dr. settlement of disputes and arbitrations. Do any 5.

product time. functions & its flow. product hierarchy. • Consumers’ behavior. B.packing and labeling. • Marketing research process and various research designs. • Product life cycle & its stages. The student will be required to complete their study and submit a comprehensive report.Mix: Advertising. Textile Design 41 BSCTD604Dissertation Detailed research on the given topic. sales promotion. stages in new product development. Do any 5.Sc.15 marks each=75. . buyer’s decision process and type of behavior. • Personal selling & public relations. factors in setting the promotion mix with supporting examples from textile industry. factoring affecting CB. PART-B • Framework of international marketing • Factors influencing international marketing • Motivation to export • Scope of international marketing • Difference between domestic and international market • Steps needed to process an export order • Export formalities • Important documents needed • Export management risk • Trade barriers Books Recommended: Marketing Management – Philip Kotler Library reference: Inside Fashion Business by Dickerson Pearson Garment technology for Fashion designers by Gerry Cooklin Blackwell Question Paper Pattern: International marketing 7 questions. data collection. evaluation & conclusion. • Promotion. Marketing mix: product-levels of product. • Branding.• Marketing information system. Product mix. • Price – channels of distribution.

75 marks (Practical). Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student. material collected. The spread should be even. correct marking. and presentation. 4. He/ She should be a working professional in his/ her field of study. the examiners will evaluate the thesis formed by the candidate after studying the traditional aspects of a state. The LC should encourage their students to give a power point presentation of their thesis work. award list. The exam will be held at the learning centers only. A copy of the attendance sheet of the candidates. The marking must be fair.Question Paper Pattern: 75 marks (Practical/ All Internal). should be sent to the RLFC in a sealed envelop. The external examiner is to be approved by the university. For the survey and project examination. The external examiner should be a competent authority with post graduation in the subject of examination. duly signed by the internal examiner. One copy of the thesis should be submitted to the RLFC Office. and one retained by the LC for further reference by the students. 9. . external examiner. its departments and personnel. center head of LC. The answer sheets/ practical submission and a copy of awards should be retained by the LC for one year after the declaration of the result by the university. its type. The examiners will mark the papers according to the paper pattern scheme: Dissertation. if need be. 3. 8. Precautions. 6. BSCTD605Entrepreneurship • Introduction to Entrepreneurship • Study of various essential aspects of Entrepreneurship • Identification and development of essential entrepreneurial skills. 5. Observations. The LC will appoint an external and internal examiner for the examination before hand and inform the RLFC office about the same. its working. Evaluation should be done on the basis of neatness. jobs undertaken. 2. and the final garment made at the end of the course will also be evaluated. • 1 month entrepreneurship in the Textile Industry • Working on Designing and Finally Forming a survey report on the industry. Not all students can perform at the same level. references. perfection of work. • Entrepreneurship Development. etc. The garments designed on this basis will be evaluated. either on a multimedia projector or an overhead projector. The practical submission/ answer sheet may be reopened by the RLFC/University for further scrutiny. 1. 7.

6. A copy of the attendance sheet of the candidates. center head of LC. correct marking. The answer sheets/ practical submission and a copy of awards should be retained by the LC for one year after the declaration of the result by the university. He/ She should be a working professional in his/ her field of study. The spread should be even. • It should be signed by the student. The report should carry complete knowledge about the industry worked in. etc. . The external examiner is to be approved by the university.the type of industry(public sector/ private/ partnership). Marks should fairly depict the skills level of the student. its type.75 marks (Practical). 3. the products being manufactured. The external examiner should be a competent authority with post graduation in the subject of examination. precautions. 2. its departments and personnel. The marking must be fair. their working . its working. the raw material being used. the marketing of the products. Question Paper Pattern: 75 marks (Practical). • The report should also include the work done by the student during his/ her training. 4. Should be sent to the RLFC in a sealed envelop. 8. 7. For entrepreneurship exam. external examiner. the jobs undertaken at the industry. jobs undertaken. The LC will appoint an external and internal examiner for the examination before hand and inform the RLFC office about the same. Evaluation should be done on the basis of perfection in work. The exam will be held at the learning centers only. 5. etc. the names of directors. The candidate should be questioned about the points written about the industry. if need be. observations. One copy of the industrial report should be submitted to the RLFC office and one should be retained by the LC for further reference of students.• The report should have a detailed information about the industry the student joined for entrepreneurship. • The report should be accompanied by the training certificate from the industry. duly signed by the internal examiner. The examiners will mark the papers according to the paper pattern scheme: Entrepreneurship. specifying what all new was learned during this period. award list. the clients. its personnel. the examiners will evaluate the report prepared by the student after his/ her on job training in the industry. Not all students can perform at the same level. references. the departments of the industry. and complete presentation. 1. The practical submission/ answer sheet may be reopened by the RLFC/ University for further scrutiny. 9.