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1CDDM(III Semester)Prepared:2020-21ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES-ICourse CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesCD-3001 (Common in All Branches of NonEngineering)Environmental Studies-I2(L-2 T-0, P-0)NoneCourse ObjectivesEnvironmental study is a subject as per directions of Supreme Court / Govt. of India.Under Act. 51 A (g) of our constitution it is our fundamental duty to protect our environment.A diploma holder must have knowledge of different types of pollution so that she may help inbalancing the eco system and controlling pollution by pollution control measures. She shouldalso be aware of environmental laws related to the control of pollution. Course OutcomesAfter completing the course the Learner willUnderstand the importance of Environmental cleanlinessGain knowledge about the causes of Water and Air pollution ,their effects and methods to check thesame.Have the knowlledge of different ttypes of solid waste and their management technices.COURSE CONTENTSL1.General :1.11.21.3Biotic and abiotic environment.Adverse effects of Environmental PollutionControl strategies2.Water Pollution :2.5372.1Water Quality Standards2.2Surface and underground water sources2.3Impurities in water and their removal2.4Adverse effects of domestic waste water and industrialeffluent to surface water sourcesSelf purification of streams3.Air Pollution :3.1Sources of air contaminants3.2Adverse effects on human health3.3Measures to check air pollution3.4Greenhouse effect3.5 Global warming3.6Acid rain3.7Ozone depletion74.Solid Waste Management :4.1Introduction to solid waste4.2Its collection and disposal4.3Recovery of resources4.4Sanitary land-filling7

2CDDM(III ardous waste management6.7.8.REFERENCE BOOKS :Patyavaran ShikshaDr. A.N. Mathur, Dr. N.S. Rathore& Dr. V.K. VijayPatyavaran AdhyayanDr. Ram Kumar GujarDr. B.C. JatPatyavaran AvabodhDr. D.D. OjhaEnvironmental chemistry S.S. Doraand pollution control :Ecology concepts andManuel C. Mullerapplication :Environmental protection Emil T. ChanlettEnvironmental scienceCumingham. SaigoSolid waste management :C.I. Mantell9.11.12.13.Ik;kZoj.k fouk'k ds dxkj ijIk;kZoj.k thoksa dk vkaxuIk;kZoj.k ¼ Sekfld½Panda, New letter1.2.3.4.5.jktho xqIrkizsekuUn panksykIk;kZoj.k ,oa ou ea ky;] ubZ fnYyhWWF-India, New Delhi*****

3CDDM(III Semester)Prepared:2020-21FABRIC STUDIES-ICourse CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesCD 3002Fabric Studies - I5 (L-5,T-0,P-0)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course provides a basic idea about fiber, Yarn &Fabric to the student of Costume Design & Dress Making, whichwork as a canvas for the Dress Designer.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :a) Understand the type of fibre & how these convert into yarn to various types of fibre.b) Describe the different types of fibre, Yarn and fabrics.c) Will be able to differentiate among different types of textile by knowing there properties.COURSE CONTENTS1.TEXTILE FIBRES.1.1 Meaning and defination of fibre.1.2 Classification of fibre.1.3 Introduction, properties and use of following fibre.1.3.1Natural1.3.1.1 Animal :- Silk , wool.1.3.1.2 Plant/vegitable :- Cotton & Lenen1.3.1.3 Minerals :- Asbestos, Ceramic.1.3.2Man-Made1.3.2.1 Polyamides (Nylon)1.3.2.2 Rayon1.3.2.3 Acetate1.3.2.4 Polyster26 H2.YARN CONSTRUCTION.2.1 Properties of different types of yarns used in cloth industry.2.2 Yarn count, Twist & Count measuring system.2.3 Types of Yarn:- Simple and novelty yarn.20 H3.FABRIC CONSTRUCTION.3.1 Elementry weaving Theory.3.2 Fabric structure.3.2.1Woven Fabric3.2.2Knitted Fabric3.2.3Nonwovan Fabric19 HREFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.4.Textile Design & Color:Fundemental of textile and their care:Fibre to Fabrics:Textile fabrics & Their uses:WatsonSusheela DhantyagiCarbmanKatherine Paddock. Hess*******

4CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21HISTORIC COSTUMESCD 3003Historic Costumes5 (L-5,T-0, P-0)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course will help students to perceive the importance of historical accuracy in costume designing. They will also learnabout heritage and influence of historical costumes on latest trends.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :a) Explain the significance of historical costumes as a source of research for developing new designes andcollections.b) Understand evolution of costumes from ancient civilization to mordern trends.c) Use and illustriate appropriate technical terminology related to fashion and costumes.COURSE CONTENTS1.STUDY OF ANCIENT INDIAN COSTUMES DURING THE FOLLOWING PERIOD:1.1 Indus Valley.1.2 Vedic Period.1.3 Gupta Period.1.4 Mugal Period.1.5 Brirish Period.22 H2.STUDY OF WORLD COSTUMES:2.1 Egyptian.2.2 Greece.2.3 Roman.18 H3.TRADITIONAL COSTUMES OF INDIAN STATES.3.1 North Zone- Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan.3.2 East Zone- Assam, West Bengal.3.3 West Zone- Maharastra, Gujrat.3.4 South Zone- Tamilnadu, Karnataka.25HREFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.4.Visit to museum and historical monuments.Costumes of India:History of Fashion:Costumes and Fashion 4e:********Dorris Flyn, Oxford & IBH Publication.Manmeet SodhiaJames Laver

5CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21DRAFTING AND GARMENT CONSTRUCTION - IIICD 3004Drafting and Garment Construction - III3 (L-3,T-0, P-0)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course will help students to learn Drafting, Drafting Instructions and Layout of Ladies Garments.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :a) Draft Basic Blocks of Ladies Garments.b) Understand the Drafting Techniques.c) Use the appropiate Drafting Techniques.d) Layout of garments on various fabrics.COURSE CONTENTS1.MEASUREMENT CHART FOR LADIES:04 H2.DRAFTING FOR LADIES GARMENTS WITH INSTRUCTIONS:2.1 Basic Bodice block.2.2 Sleeve Block.2.3 Hip Block.10 H3.DRAFTING WITH INSTRUCTION AND LAYOUT OF FOLLOWING GARMENTS.3.1 Top.3.2 Skirt –A-line, Flared, Pleated/Gathered.3.3 Plain Blouse.3.4 Night Gown.4.FITTING PROBLEMS IN LADIES GARMENTSAND THEIR REMEDIES.REFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.Cutting and Tailoring –Part -1-2Pattern Making for Fashion DesignZarapkar System of Cutting:********Ishwari & AnwaniHelen Joseph Armstrong.Zarapkar20H05 H

6CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21ADVANCED FASHION ILLUSTRATION - I LABCD 3005Advanced Fashion Illustration - I Lab2(L-0,T-0, P-4)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course reflects the students Capabilities in the field of Fashion. Give students the idea and training on figure drawingand drawing with added knowledge of fabric interpretation and enhance their own personal style.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :a) Train students in color rendering in different media keeping fabric qualities.b) Introduction to various medium for stylization of croquis.c) Refining the student’s illustration skills.d) Refine the designing skills.COURSE CONTENTS1.BASIC GESTURE DRAWING (FEMALE):1.1 Block Figure1.2 Stick Figure1.3 Fleshing Figure08 H2.DRAPING GARMENTS ON CROQUI:2.1 Skirt & Top.2.2 Trouser, Shirt & Coat.2.3 Dress.12 H3.COLOR RENDERING OF FOLLOWING FABRIC (WITH APPROPRIATE MEDIUM).3.1 Cotton, Denim, Satin, Velvet, Sued, Woolen, Chiffon, Lace.3.2 Solid, Check, Print, Stripes, Floral.15H4.DESIGNING.17 HDesign a range of garments for Women wear using theme, fabric and surface ornamentationwith front and back illustrations. (At least five sheets per range).4.1 Casual Wear.4.2 Formal Wear.4.3 Sports Wear.4.4 Fashion Show.REFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.4.5.6.Fashion IllustrationAnna Kiper, David & Charles Book, 2011Fashion Illustration ChildrenPatric, John Ireland, BT Bastford Ltd, 2005New Fashion Illustration (New Illustration Series)Martin Dawber 2006Fashion Design IllustrationsRituFoundation in fashion design and illustrationJulian SeamanFashion Illustration Techniques: A Super Reference Book for BeginnersZeshuTakamura********

7CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21FABRIC ARTISTRY - I LABCD 3006Fabric Artistry- I Lab2(L-0,T-0, P-4)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course provides an insight about how-to enhance the look of a fabric /garment by decorating it by an element ofinterest. The most common material used is paints, dyes and yarns.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :1. Acquire knowledge about significance of ornamentation of farics.2. Be familiar with tools and techniques of use of different methods of dyeing, printing and painting.3. Explain the scope of value addition of fabric for fashion and apparel products.4. Classify the techniques of artistry on fabric.COURSE CONTENTS1.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLES OF THE FOLLOWING PROCESSES:1.1 Block Printing.1.2 Screen Printing.1.3 Tie and Dye.1.4 Batik Dyeing.1.5 Hand painting.18 H2.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLES USING FOLLOWING TECHNIQUES:2.1 Hand & Machine Knitting.2.1.1Knit & Perl Stitch.2.1.2Rib Stitch.2.1.3Cable Stitch2.1.4Eyelit Stitch20 H3.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLES IN FOLLOWING TECHNIQUES:3.1 Crocheting3.2 Macrame.REFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.4.5.Visit to local printing and dyeing units.The Reinhold Book of Needlecraft“Vogue ”Guide to Knitting, Crochet and MacrameFirst time Knitting the absolute beginner’s guideVogue, Cosmopolitan, Femina [latest magazines]********Jutta Lammerby (ISBN)by Carri Hammit14H

8CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN - I LABCD 3007Computer Aided Design - I Lab1 (L-0,T-0, P-2)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESCAD has been found very important in designing field. The objective of the subject is to expose the professionals and tomeet the need of the users by completing their knowledge, skill and ability, creativity in the Fashion Field.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :1. Study and use of designing software.2. Acquire Knowledge of editing and transformation of objects.3. Able to create motifs prints and textures for fabrics.COURSE CONTENTS1.INTRODUCTION TO COREL DRAW:1.1 Inroduction to corel draw program , Menu Bar, Tool Box.1.2 Overview of Drawing Tools.1.3 Editing Objects.1.4 Transformation of Objects.1.5 Color Fill.1.5.1Fill color.1.5.2Fountain Color1.5.3Pattern Fill.10 H2.DESIGNING PRINT AND TEXTURE DEVELOPMENT:2.1 Design a logo and create a visiting card and Brochure of your own label.2.2 Create print and textures and their repeat and color ways.16HREFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.Core DRAWComputer Aided Drafting and Design- Concept and ApplicationCAD for Fashion DesignCAD in Clothing and TextilesHow to Draw & Paint FashionComputers in Fashion IndustryFashion Design Drawing &Presentation, Children, MenFashion Design illustrations********Ramesh BangiaVeisinet DDRene Weiss Chase 1997Winfred Aldrich 1992Walton T. FosterTaylor P.Ireland Patrick JohnRitu

9CDDM(III Semester)Course CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesPrepared:2020-21DRAFTING AND GARMENT CONSTRUCTION - III LABCD 3008Drafting and Garment Construction - III Lab3 (L-0,T-0, P-6)NoneCOURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVESThis course will help students to learn Pattern Making , Layout ,Cutting, Stitching and Finishing of Ladies Garments.SUBJECT LEARNING OUTCOMES [SLOs]After completing this subject, the learner will be able to :1. Make Paper patterns for Ladies Garments.2. Understand the different Pattern making Techniques.3. Use of appropriate Pattern Making Techniques.4. Create designer garments by adapting basic BlocksCOURSE CONTENTSDesign , Adaptation, Paper Pattern Making, Estimation and Layout , Cutting, Stitching, and Finishing offollowing Garments:1. Night Gown.20H2. Top with Adaption.20H3. Skirt (Anyone).18H4. Plain Blouse.20HREFERENCES /SUGGESTED LEARNING RESOURCES:1.2.3.Cutting and Tailoring –Part -1-2Pattern Making for Fashion DesignZarapkar System of Cutting:********Ishwari & AnwaniHelen Joseph Armstrong.Zarapkar

10CDDM(III Semester)Prepared:2020-21ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES-I LABCourse CodeCourse TitleNumber of CreditsPrerequisitesCD- (Common in All Branches of Non Engineering)Environmental Studies-I Lab1.0 (L-0, T-0, P-2)NoneCourse ObjectiveEnvironmental study is a subject as per directions of Supreme Court / Govt. of India. UnderAct. 51 A (g) of our constitution it is our fundamental duty to protect our environment.A diploma holder must have knowledge of different types of pollution so that she may help inbalancing the eco system and controlling pollution by pollution control measures. She should also beaware of environmental laws related to the control of pollution. Course OutcomesAfter completing the course the Learner willUnderstand the extent of Air pollution in their city.Understand the extent of Water pollution in their city.Know about the Ph value of water , hardness and TDS of water, their importance method of determination .Have knowledge of solid waste management of their cityPRACTICALS1.Visit to the important circles and measurment of Air Quality Index2.Determination of Ph Value of tap Water3.Determination of Hardness of tap Water by EDTA Method4.Determination of TDS of tap Water5.Visiting the local agency to Prepre the report of solid waste management of the city .6.Plantation******

1. Fashion Illustration Anna Kiper, David & Charles Book, 2011 2. Fashion Illustration Children Patric, John Ireland, BT Bastford Ltd, 2005 3. New Fashion Illustration (New

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