For textile design which nift centre would be better? Nift Hyderabad or nift kolkata.
All Nift centres are equally good irrespective of course. They have good teachers and maintain good standards as well.
Textile design is not Available in all the centres. This course is only available in those centres where they can offer proper knowledge and resources required for this course.
Hyderabad and Kolkata both centres are good. But still I would suggest you to go for Nift Hyderabad ( as per my personal experience)
All the best!
which are the top 5 nift centres for textile design?
I an enlisting down some of the top NIFT centers for textile designing :-
- NIFT Mumbai
- NIFT New Delhi
- NIFT Bengalore
- NIFT Gandhinagar
- NIFT Chennai
Fir more details about textile designing and colleges for that refer to the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
NIFT for BDES in textile design or bsc at SNDT in textile and apparel? which would be better?
NIFT will be best option for Bachelor's of Design. Scope is more as there will be more job option after UG course completion. if you pursue BSc then you have to do MSc to get better job options. After BSc , job options are available but it will make you more. it will all based on your luck.
NIFT is famous in india and get sponsorship from different organization. You will learn concepts and you can use them to show your skills. You can be innovative so that you can increase your market value.
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Difference between BFA in textile design and BDES in textile design also what are Job opportunities after completing degree?
Dear Bhavika ,
BFA in Textile Design covers various aspects of textile including creating designs on knit, print, woven, weave material. Details like colour, embroidery, texturing etc. are also taught in this course.
B.Des. Textile Design or Bachelor of Design in Textile Design is an undergraduate Fashion and Interior Designing course. Textile Design covers the study of the concepts and processes of creating designs for knitted, woven or printed fabrics, embroidery designs, print, weave, colour detailing, texture, etc. In other words, B.Des. (Textile Design) is the study of textile designing which is an integral part of fashion industry. The course comprises the study of both surface design and structural design. B.Des. (Textile Design) degree course also covers the study of technical aspects of production and the properties of fibres yarn and dyes. It generally covers the study of some of the specialized fields in Textile Design such as Interiors (home furnishing) and fabrics for garments and accessories. The duration of the course is four years and it opens many opportunities for the applicants after its successful completion.
Both are similar but only the difference is syllabus and it is the basic things in you will get easily .Apart from that both the courses are undergraduate with minimum 3 years course you will go through any of one as per your interest.
Example :Both computer science and Information technology are similar Branch but the difference is syllabus where some of subject will interchange and advance.
There are large number of Job areas available you can select as per your skills with your talent and we are discuss some of job area
- Embroidery Designer
- Textile Design Media Specialist
- Designer cum Manager
- Textile Lab Manager
- Fabric Analyzer
- Senior Fashion Merchandiser
- Textile Design Publicist
- Exhibition Designer
- Textile Design Specialist
- Merchandising Assistant
- Theatre Designer
- Textile Design Assistant
- Design Consultant
- Junior Textile Designer
- Textile Designer
I hope it will Helpful
Which is best for BDES Accessory design, Fashion design or textile design as Im not understanding which to pursue and what are Job opportunities after graduating?
Actual those three branches of bachelor of designing have three different prospects. Among them fashion design is one of the most sought after courses. If if you are talking about placement then you should know that placements are limited for the NIFT for accessory designing. Fashion design has the best placement and very good scope also. Now it is completely depend upon your choice and interest. Because you just have to grow up your skills and become a master.
Is there any college in Bombay who offers accessory design and textile design course which is UGC approved ?
There are many colleges or institutes that offer degrees on designing courses which are also UGC approved.
You can read more about B.Des. in accessory design from NIFT, Mumbai.
You can also go through the article on BFA in Textile Design from University of Mumbai.
I hope it will help you.
How to go about choosing between Textile design & fashion design? Im class 12th student, Should I appear for UCEED, NIFT or NID DAT Entrance exam?
The creative, The soft side, The craft side of design also in accessories & also there in communication design and also there in Fashion & Textile design. Look again what do you like as a career. Would you like to work with Cloths, Accessories that has a lot of soft hand touch & feel and you don’t need to be on factory shop. So my suggestion is look at career, look at the kind of things they do & then choose, If you are very clear that you want to work with Textile or Fashion. Both are the very good options, The people who are working with Textile & Fashion Technology, They enjoy their work.
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How good is B.Des (Fashion & Textile Design) at CODE-VGU, Jaipur?
The course offer a wholesome experience for students who want to excel in the field and are looking for good learning opportunities along with practical experience to help students gain the most of their learning experience.
The faculty is also well experienced and can give you insights on techniques that could prove to be helpful in future.
FEE: 2.5 Lac per annum
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What is the future in jewellery design and textile design??
Textile design is essentially the process of creating designs for woven, knitted or printed fabrics or surface ornamented fabrics. Textile designers are involved with the production of these designs, which are used, sometimes repetitively, in clothing and interior decor items. Graduates of a degree program in textile design can go on to create textiles in a variety of industries and at a variety of career levels. Some of these include: Fashion textile designer Product developer for interior design Home furnishings textile designer Quality assurance inspector for textiles Weaver Freelance textiles artist Textile supply chain manager Textile marketing manager Quality assurance manager of textiles Research and development analyst Textiles production manager.
Jewelry designers work with precious metals, diamonds, beads and gemstones to create wearable pieces of art. A jewelry designer may create one-of-a-kind pieces for high-end jewelers or an entire line for a mass-market fashion designer. They may also sell their jewelry themselves. Designers can create jewelry entirely by hand or they can begin the design process by using computer-aided design (CAD) software. The duration of a graduation in Jewellery design is approx 3 years though some colleges also have 4 yrs specialization programs.
Hope this helps. All the best.