Career in Knitwear Design
Knitwear Design is emerging as a growth area in the new world order. The Knitwear Design specialisation offered by Department of Fashion & Textiles is structured keeping in view the future requirements of the Indian knitting industry. The students get an opportunity to work on state-of-the-art equipment like computerised flat bed knitting machines such as Shima Seiki and Stoll. They are also exposed to the techniques and variations in the circular and flat knitting manufacturing techniques, possible structure developments, processing and garmenting.
Where would the Fashion Industry be without knits? Knit sweaters, dresses, and accessories are an integral part of couture and ready-to-wear lines. If you’re looking for the perfect niche and want to learn a highly valuable specialization, the Fashion Knitwear Design Program could be just the program for you.
The Fashion Knitwear Design Program provides specialized courses in knitwear design for fashion and apparel manufacturing industries. The curriculum is structured to provide principles of design and construction for full-fashion knitwear including: fashion illustration, pattern drafting, swatch development, knitwear construction, utilizing the hand loom and Stoll industrial knitting equipment, specification, and cost analysis.
The programme has been designed to create well-rounded professionals equipped to handle the challenges of circular and flatbed knitting in the domestic and export fields. They can pursue careers as Designers, Creative Managers, Merchandisers, Production Managers and Entrepreneurs.
Madura Garments, ITC LRBD, Gap, Triburg, Raymond, Gupta Exim, Cascade Enterprises, Pratibha Syntex, Nahar Group of Industries, SPL Industries, Rajah Hosiery, Oswal Woollen Mills, Uni Style Images, Indian Terrain, Impulse International, Arvind Brands, Orient Craft, Lakra Brothers, Matrix, RMS Joss, etc.