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Lady Irwin College

Delhi University
 

Fabric and Apparel Science (FAS)


Calendar of Events

Dates Day Activities/Events

24th June 2014

Tuesday M.Sc. FAS Entrance Exam
5th August, 2014 Friday Orientation Day
11th August 2014 Monday Internship Report
18th and 25th August, 2014 Monday M.Sc. Thesis Report
11th September, 2014 Thursday Special Lecture
22nd and 23rd Sept., 2014 Monday  and Tuesday 10th ICAHT Conference
10th , 11th& 12th Oct., 2014 Friday - Sunday Educational Trip to Jaipur
31st October 2014 Friday Industrial Visit
6th November, 2014 Thursday Special Lecture
17th December 2014 Wednesday Dissertation presentation and ethical review
15th January , 2015
Thursday Seminar presentations begin
6-7th Feb 2015 Friday - Saturday Sanjam Randhawa Memorial Conference + Workshop
14th Feburary, 2015 Saturday Visit to Crafts mela
5th & 6th March, 2015 Thursday and Friday Conservation workshop and extension workshop
15th April 2015
Wednesday Deptt farewell to students
20th – 21st May, 2015 Wednesday - Thursday Placement
22nd May, 2015 Friday Workshop on research thrust areas

Departmental Activities

Annual Conference:
An annual activity, Sanjam Randhawa Memorial Conference, was initiated in 2003 in the memory of Ms. Sanjam Randhawa, the founder head of the Department. Various themes for the conference have been textile traditional in textiles, natural dyes-contemporary perspective, clothing for special needs, etc



Fashion show:
Annual fashion shows organized by the Department both at college level and at International Conference on Apparel and Home Textiles (ICAHT) organized by Okhla Garment & Textile Cluster (OGTC) from the past 5 years, exposes the students to entire gamut of activities involved in the Development of a garment from its concept to a finished product and its effective display.



Crafts mela:
Annually a crafts mela is organized by the Department to sensitize students to appreciate traditional textiles of India. Mela organized each year on a specific theme provides a platform for interface between students and craftsmen. Master craftsmen excelling in their fields are invited to showcase their master pieces and they often teach their skills to the students. The mela is organized on themes like use of natural dyes in traditional textiles, embroidered textiles of India, Weaves of India etc.



Internship programme:
With a view to enhance professional skills and academies expertise, the students undergo a internship programme in the industry (Textile or Garment), research organisations and museums. This gives students hands on experience of the functioning of the textile sector and enables the development of collaborative alliances with reputed industrial houses

Guest lecturers:
Experts from various fields are invited to deliver lecture to supplement the academic knowledge of the students. This also helps to broaden their perspective.

Workshops and seminars:
Participation in seminar/workshop outside the college is encouraged. At the same time the Department also makes an effort to organize such Seminars to keep the students abreast with the latest trends and developments.

Extension and outreach programme:
The Department undertakes such programme on a regular basis to develop communication skills of the students. At the same time, these programmes aim to provide income-generating opportunities for rural or economically weaker women. These outreach programmes intend to change the attitudes and practices of the people.

Consumer Educations:
Information about judicious selection and buying practices of textiles has been prepared in the form of Ready Reckoners. These booklets are product of research carried out with regards to the consumer awareness. The consumers are being trained to make appropriate selection of textile products. This work is being collaboration of various NGO’s, Textile Committee, Textile Association of India and NITRA.

Field work and training work
carried out by the Department also includes consultancy provided by the faculty to various institutions and organizations like:
  • International Labour Organisation
  • National Institute of Fashion Technology
  • National Institute of Open Schooling
  • Central Board of Secondary Education
  • Department of Science and Technology
  • SCERT, DIET, ETC.


Field trips:
Field trips form an integral part of teaching. Regular trips are undertaken to the industry, research and academic institutes (NITRA, BTRA, IIT Delhi, crafts museum, etc.) and to work fields in Bagru, Sanganer- Jaipur, carpet manufacturing units, Ahmedabad etc.

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