Accountancy Lab (11) - Cutting Tailoring Dress Making...

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Cutting, Tailoring & Dress Making Course Code no. - 605/705 – 606/706 Duration of course - 1 yrs. & 6 months Essential Theory hours - 100hrs Essential Practical hours - 270hrs Introduction to the course – Clothing is one of the basic needs of human being people one becoming fashion conscious. With change in fashion & style, the stitching of garment also changes. Hence keeping in view the market demand and change fashion technology, courses on cutting, tailoring & dress making have been suitably designed in the structure of non formal education. The beneficiaries are new literates and people with low education levels. Besides in Indian tradition girls/women are expected to know tailoring to fulfill the basic stitching requirement at home. Stitching of garments at home is a money saving device for lower middle income group. Besides tailoring can be a vocation for self employment. Objective – To provide knowledge & training in Use of tools & equipment used in tailoring trade Sewing terminology Taking correct body measurements Basic hand & machine stitches Designing, drafting & pattern making Layout & fabric estimation Cutting, tailoring & finishing of garments for children, ladies & gents. Alteration, defects & remedies to fitting problems. Processes of quality centrol, packaging, labeling, marking, costing & promotion. Sourcing of fabrics, trends & relating so servicing process. Skill to construct professional looking garments. Enhancing employability & entrepreneur skills. Entry Qualification - 8 th Pass/Literate
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Competencies : - 1.Identify and take care of the various tools and equipment used in cutting and tailoring. 2.Identify and practice basic (temporary and permanent) and decorative stitches. 3. Take body measurements (length width and circumference) systematically and follow necessary precautions. 4. Master the use of swing machine and take care of the machine. 5.Follow precautions while using a machine. Identify and correct the defects in a machine. Identify and correct the defects in a machine. 6. Control of fullness – darts, pleats, gathers 7. Make different types of seams using bias, piping and facing and plackets and 8. Make hook and eye and attach buttons, button hole etc. 9. Select fabric and appropriate colour combinations according to age, tradition. Vocation and personality. 10. Follow rules of pattern making, layout and fabric estimation 11. Design, draft, pattern making cutting, stitching and finishing of the garments (panty, slip, jhabla, set, frock, gents pyjama, petticoat, churidar pyjama, ladies kurta, salwar etc.) 12. Surface decoration of garments using embroidery, laces, buttons, beads, sequins etc. 13. Fold, iron, pack and cost evaluation of stitched garment. 14. Marking and storing of drafts and patterns for future use.
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  • Spring '14
  • Guymon
  • Food processing, entry qualification, Essential Theory

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