Soft Material Specialization (SMS)
(Textiles, Leather, Paper, Natural Fibres)
The curriculum has been designed to emphasize on soft material specialization such as woven, printed textiles as well as non-woven techniques, surface ornamentation using traditional and mass production methods. The Programme will expose students to a broad range of critical issues related to the conception and production of crafts and design, inspire and provoke critical reflections, and facilitate the development of their research topics.
- Career Prospects
- To be employed as designers in craft, fashion and related enterprises.
- Work as facilitators in NGOs and organisations dealing with crafts.
- Work as linkage nodes between global groups and craft communities in the country.
- The prospective employers include craft enterprises, fashion brands, export houses, buying houses, design consultancies, NGOs and development organisations.
Intake: 20 Seats