DIPLOMA IN CRAFT TECHONOLOGY

DIPLOMA IN CRAFT TECHONOLOGY
SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATION
I YEAR
Subject
Code


Name of the
Subject
Instruction
Periods / Week

Total  Periods /
Semester
Scheme of Examination

Theory

Practical’s
Duration (hrs)
Sessional Marks
End
Exam
Marks
Total
Marks

THEORY







 CT-101
English
3
-
90
3
20
80
100

CT-102 
Health and Beauty Care
3
-
90
3
20
80
100

CT-103 
Textile Science
3
-
90
3
20
80
100


PRACTICALS







CT-104 
Food craft Practice
-
5
150
3
40
60
100

CT-105
Fashion Design Drawing
-
4
120
3
40
60
100

CT-106 
Hand Embroidery and Knitting
-
4
120
3
40
60
100

CT 107
Fundamentals of Garment Construction

-
8
240
3
40
60
100
CT 108
Textile Science
-
           
5
150
3
40
60
100
CT 109
Beauty Clinic
-
4
120
3
40
60
100

CT 110
Computer Fundamentals
-
3
  90
3
40
60
100



TOTAL

9

33

1260

-

340

660

1000


*COMMMON SUBJECTS
                 CT/HS- 101 - ENGLISH              
                 CT/HS-103 – TEXTILE SCIENCE

HEALTH AND BEAUTY CARE
Subject Title              : Health and Beauty Care
Subject Code            : CT-102
Periods / Week         : 3
Periods / Year          : 90
S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
Weight age of marks
No. of Short Questions
No. of Essay Questions
1
Personal Hygiene and
it’s Importance

05
05
01
-
2
Importance of Exercise
and Yoga

10
15
01
01
3
Importance of Health &
Role of Diet

10
10
01
01
4
Importance of Beauty
Care.

05
08
01
01
5
Skin & Skin Care.

05
08
01
01
6
Make-up and Art of
Dressing


10
10
01
01
7
Hair and Scalp.

10
08
01
01
8
Nail and Nail Care

05
10
01
-
9
Importance and use of
Cosmetics in Beauty
Care.

15
08
01
01
10
Preparation of Cosmetic
in Beauty Care

15
08
01
01

Total:

90
90
10
08

OBJECTIVES
On completion of the study of the subject the student will be able to
1.0 PERSONAL HYGIENE AND ITS IMPORTANCE.
1.1 Explain the importance of personal hygiene.
1.2 Explain the care of different parts of the body.
2.0 IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE AND YOGA.
2.1 Differentiate between yoga and exercise
2.2 List the types of exercises & yoga.
2.3 Explain the role of exercise & yoga in health care.
3.0 IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH AND ROLE OF DIET.
3.1 Define health and the importance of health.
3.2 Define balanced diet and it’s importance.
3.3 Explain the recommended diets for under weight, over weight persons.
4.0 IMPORTANCE OF BEAUTY CARE.
4.1 Explain about the facial skin.
4.2 Explain about facial wrinkles, marks and spots.
4.3 Explain about unwanted facial hair.
4.4 Explain about Pimples treatment.
5.0 SKIN AND SKIN CARE.
5.1 Explain about structure, functions and importance of skin and skin
care.
5.2 Explain about effects of diet and sun on the skin.
5.3 Explain about moisturizers.
6.0 MAKE-UP AND ART OF DRESSING.
6.1 . Explain the role of dressing in beauty care.
6.2 Explain about preparation of the face for make-up.
6.3 Explain about application of make-up.
7.0 HAIR & SCALP.
7.1 List the types of hair.
7.2 Explain about the care of hair.
7.3 Explain about hair styles.
7.4 Explain the method of applying henna and hair dye.
8.0 NAIL and NAIL CARE.
8.1 Explain about the importance of the care of nail.
8.2 Explain about the common nail problems and remedies.
8.3 Explain the method of manicure.
9.0 IMPORTANCE AND USE OF COSMETICS IN BEAUTY CARE.
9.1 Explain about the selection and use of cosmetics.
10.0 PREPARATION OF COSMETICS IN BEAUTY CARE.
10.1. Explain the Preparation of various natural cosmetics.
COURSE CONTENTS
1. PERSONAL HYGIENE AND ITS IMPORTANCE - Importance of Personnel
hygiene-Care of skin, hair, eyes, mouth, teeth, and nails.
2. IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE AND YOGA - Difference between yoga and
exercise. Types of exercises and yoga. Role of exercise and yoga in health
care.
3. IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH & ROLE OF DIET - Definition and importance
of health. Definition and importance of balance diet and role of diet in
health care- Recommended diets for under weight and over weight
persons.
4. IMPORTANCE OF BEAUTY CARE - Care of facial skin– Facial wrinkles,
marks and Spots of Face, Unwanted Facial Hair and Pimple Treatment.
5. SKIN & SKIN CARE - Structure and functions of skin and importance of
Skin Care. Effects of diet and Sun rays on the skin.Importance and use of
moisturizers.
6. MAKE-UP AND ART OF THE DRESSING - The role of dressing in beauty.
Preparation of face for makeup and application of makeup.
7. HAIR & SCALP – Types of Hair, Hair care , Hairstyles – Hair dyeing.
8. NAIL AND NAIL CARE - Nail formation and growth – Nail damage and
it’s precautions Cosmetics for nails. Common nail problems.
9. IMPORTANCE OF COSMETICS IN BEAUTY CARE - Importance and
Selection of cosmetics-Use of cosmetics with respect to the skin texture-
Natural and Synthetic.
10. PREPARATION OF COSMETICS IN BEAUTY CARE - Preparation of
various natural cosmetics.
REFERENCE BOOKS
1. Shahanaz Hussain Beauty Book.
2. Chho Der Beauty & Body book.
3. Kitty carpion Herbal Beauty.






















TEXTILE SCIENCE
Subject Title              : Textile Science
Subject Code            : CT-103
Periods / Week         : 3
Periods / Year          : 90

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
Weightage of marks
No. of Short Questions
No. of Essay Questions
1
Classification of Textile
Fibres
10
03
1
--
2
Identification of Textile Fibres
10
13
1
1
3
Weaves

10
13
1
1
4
Principles of  washing and finishing
12
13
1
1
5
Water

10
13
1
1
6
Stain removal

10
13
1
1
7
Stiffening Agents

08
13
1
1
8
Blues and Laundry Reagents
05
03
1
--
9
Bleaching Agents

07
13
1
1
10
Dry cleaning

08
13
1
1

TOTAL

90
110
10
8

OBJECTIVES: On completion of  the study of the subject the student will be able to :
1.0       CLASSIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBRES
1.1       Define the terms fibre, staple, and filament.
1.2       Define the Classification of Textile Fibres according to the origin.
1.3       Explain the manufacture and properties of Cotton fibres.    
1.4       Explain the manufacture and properties of Silk fibre
1.5       Explain the manufacture and properties of Wool fibre
1.6       Explain the manufacture and properties of Nylon, Rayon and Polyester.
2.0       IDENTIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBRES
2.1       Explain about the physical, visual, burning chemical tests and microscopic tests for
            cotton.
2.2       Explain about the physical, visual, burning chemical tests and microscopic tests for         Silk.
2.3       Explain about the physical, visual, burning chemical tests and microscopic tests for
             wool.
2.4        Explain about the physical, visual, burning chemical tests and microscopic tests for
           Synthetic Fibres.
3.0     WEAVES
3.1         Define Weaving, Warp yarns and Weft yarns
3.2        Explain the parts and functions  of loom with illustrations.
3.3         Explain the weaving process.
3.4         Explain the Balance of cloth
3.5         Explain the kinds of weaves.
3.6         Explain the plain weaves and its variations.
3.7          Explain twill weave.
3.8          Explain herring bone weave.
3.9          Explain the satin weave and sateen weave.
4.0         DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASHING AND FINISHING
4.1.        Explain application of light pressure.
4.2         Explain application of friction.
4.3         Explain application of the principle of suction  washing.
4.4         Explain the method of finishing by Damping, Ironing, Pressing, Steaming and 
         
Calendaring.
5.0         WATER
5.1          Introduction of water.
5.2         Define hard water & soft water.
5.3         State the causes and disadvantages of water hardness
5.4         Explain the methods of removal of hardness for laundry purpose.
5.5         Explain the methods of boiling.
5.6         Explain the removal of hardness by using washing soda.
5.7         Explain the method of removal of hardness by using ammonia and borax.

6.0         STAIN  REMOVAL
6.1         Define a stain.
6.2         Explain classification of stains.
6.3         Explain types of stains.
6.4         State general rules to be observed in stain removal.
6.5        Explain the methods of removing stains on white cotton: - Tea, Coffee, Fruit, Blood,    
 
Curry, Oil, Henna, Ink, Ballpoint Ink, Lipstick, Nail varnish, Oil paint, Perfume, Mud,   Tar, Chocolate and Medicine.
7.0         STIFFENING AGENTS
7.1         Explain various kinds of stiffening agents.
7.2         Explain preparation of Boiling water starch.
7.3         Explain preparation of Cold water starch.
7.4         Explain preparation of Gum water.
8.0         BLUES AND LAUNDRY REAGENTS
8.1         Define a Blue.
8.2         Explain the types of blues.
8.3         Explain the depth of colour in blueing.
8.4         Explain  Laundry reagents – Washing soda, Borax, Rock ammonia, Oxalic acid, Salts
              of lemon, Acetic Acid and Vinegar.
9.0         BLEACHING AGENTS
9.1         Define a Bleach.
9.2         Explain the different types of Bleaches.
9.3         Explain oxidizing bleaches – sunlight with moisture, air and grass, sodium
             hypochlorite, sodium per  borate, Hydrogen per oxide and potassium permanganate.
9.4         Explain reducing bleaches- Sodium hydrosulphite.
10          DRY CLEANING
10.1       Define Dry cleaning.
10.2       List the grease absorbents and solvents.
10.3       Explain the general rules of dry cleaning by means of absorbent powder.
10.4      Explain the method of dry cleaning by the application & paste (absorbent )
10.5       Explain the method of  dry cleaning by means of using a solvent.
10.6     Explain the method of dry cleaning by means of sponging dirty spots- Solvents and Absorbents.

COURSE CONTENTS

1.        CLASSIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBRES Define the term fibre, staple and filament, classification of textile fibres, manufacture and properties of cotton fibre , silk, wool, nylon rayon and Polyester.

2.         IDENTIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBRES – Physical, Visual burning, chemical and
            microscopic tests  of textile fibre.

3.         WEAVES: Define weaving, warp and weft yarns, parts and functions of loom with
             illustrations, weaving process, balance of cloth, kinds of weaves- plain weave and its
             variations, twill weave, herring bone weave, satin and sateen weave.

4.         PRINCIPLES OF WASHING AND FINISHING : Application of light pressure, friction,
            suction washing, method of damping, ironing, pressing, steaming and calendaring.

5.          WATER: Introduction of water, definition of hard and soft water, causes and
            disadvantages of water hardness, removal of hardness

6.        STAIN REMOVAL- Definition of stain Classification  of stains - Types of stains
            general rules to be observed in stain removal – Methods of removing stains on white
           
cotton Tea, Coffee, Fruit  juice, Blood, Curry, Oil, Henna, Ink, Ball point Ink,
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Nail varnish, Oil paint, Perfume, Mud,Tar, chocolate and medicine.

7      STIFFENING AGENTS
Various kinds of Stiffening agents Preparation of Boiling water starch
Preparation  of Cold water starch Preparation of Gum water.

8.         BLUES
Definition of Blue   Types of Blues Depth of colour in blueing, laundry reagents – washing soda, borax, rock ammonia, oxalic acid, salts of lemon, acetic acid and vinegar.

9.           BLEACHING AGENTS
Definition Types of bleaches Oxidizing bleaches and its types- Reducing bleaches.
10. DRY CLEANING
Definition – List of grease absorbents and solvents – general rules of dry cleaning – Methods of dry cleaning – By means of powders - Application of paste (absorbent)– By means of solvents – By means of sponging dirty spots Solvents, absorbents.



REFERENCE BOOKS
1.    Durga Deulkar:     -                    Household Textiles and laundry work.
Atmaram & sons.Kashmir gate
Delhi, 1998.
2.   Susheela Dantiyagi        -          Fundamentals of textiles and their care.Orient longman ltd., Newdelhi 1984-1987.
3.  Sushma Gupta and Neeru Garg -    A Text book of Home science.
     Kalyani publications, year 1994.
4.   Sushma Gupta, Neeru garg,
Renu Saini                                 -    A text book of Clothing and Textiles,  Kalyani    
   
publications,  year 1995.
5.  A.M. Kaye:                                   -    A students hand book of house wifery. Kalyani   
   
publications, year 1989.

FOOD CRAFT  PRACTICE
Subject Title              : Food Craft Practice
Subject Code            : CT-104
Periods / Week         : 5
Periods / Year          : 150

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1.
Cereal Cookery

30
2.
Pulse Cookery

10
3.
Vegetable Cookery

12
4.
Meat , Poultry & Sea Foods

10
5.
Milk shakes & Ice creams

12
6.
Soups , Salads & Raitas

10
7.
Snacks

20
8.
Fast foods

16
9.
Sweets

10
10.
Vegetable carving

20

TOTAL

150

OBJECTIVES:  On completion of the study of the subject the students will be able to:

1.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of cereaPreparations.
2           Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of pulse  preparations.
3.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of vegetarian  preparations.
4.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of Meat , Poultry & Sea Foods Preparations.
5.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of milk shakes & Ice creams.
6.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of soups, Salads and  Raitas...
7.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of  snacks
8.          Prepare and calculate the nutritive value Fast foods.
9.        Prepare and calculate the nutritive value of sweets.
10.        Prepare and display   Vegetable carving

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 I. CEREAL COOKERY
1.             Zeera  rice,
2.         Coconut rice,
3.         Bisibeli  bath.
4.         Paneer Pulav
5.         Navaratan Pulav
6.         Vegetable Pulav
7.         Kutchi  Biryani
8.         Mint Rice
9.         Pongal
10        Vangi bhath
11.       Corn Paratha/Cheese puri
12.       Missie  Roti
13.       Stuffed parathas
14.       Bhatura
15.       Sabudana Kitchidi
16.       Kitchidi
II.  PULSE COOKERY
1`.        Chole
2.         Masala Vada
3.         Dhokla
4.         Dal makhani

III.VEGETABLE COOKERY
1.         Cauliflower augratin
2.         Butter paneer masala
3.         Dum Aloo
4.         Nawabi paneer curry
5.         Mixed Vegetable curry
6.         Vegetable kofta curry
7.         Mushroom baby corn masala
8.         Mushroom paneer
9.         Kadhu kofta curry
10        Bagara  Baigan/Mirchi ka salan
11.          Chutneys – Tomato/mint/raw mango

V.        MEAT, POULTRY & SEA FOODS
1.        Meat Kofta curry
2.        Shahi Khorma,
3.         Dum ka Murgi
4.         Chicken 65
5.             Ginger Chicken
6.             Fish Rolls/Cutlet
7.         Malai Prawn curry

 VI.MILK SHAKES & ICE CREAMS
1          .  Mango Lassi
2.          Banana /Sapota/Mango/Pine apple/Badam  Milk Shake.
3.          Vanilla/Chocolate  Ice cream.
4.       Mango / Sapota Ice cream

VII. SOUPS, SALADS AND  RAITAS
1.          Tomato Soup
2.           Cream of Spinach Soup
3..         Sprouted green  gram salad.
4.          Mixed vegetable salad.
5.         Tomato Raita / Boondi Raita
6           Cucumber/Carrot/Onion Raita.

VIII SNACKS
1.         Bird’s nest
2.         Vegetable cutlet
3.         Palak Dumplings
4.         Paneer tikka
5.         Vada/dahi vada
6.         Fruit chaat
7.         Paapdi Chaat
8.         Pasta
9.         Sandwiches- Paneer sandwich, Corn sandwich, Potato Bread sandwich, Chilli cheese
            sandwich, Egg Sandwich, Cheese and Egg sandwich, Kheema sandwich, Tomato
            sandwich, Mint Chutney Sandwiches
10.       Suggested spread for sandwiches- Orange Butter, Honey butter, date butter, curry butter,
            mustard butter, horse radish, chicken, chicken and green pepper, peanut butter and egg,
           carrot and peanut, date and egg.

IX     FAST FOODS
1.         Pav Bhaji
2.         Bhelpuri/Sevpuri
3.         Pani puri
4.         Burger
5.         Samosa (Veg/Corn)
6.         Stuffed Chilli Bhajji/Aloo Bajji
7.         Mysore Bonda

IX.   SWEETS
1.     Custard fruit salad.
2.     Qubani ka Meeta
3.    Trifle pudding,  Srikhand.
3.     Carrot halwa.
4.     Double ka meeta
5.     Gulab  jamoon
6.     Souffles ( Orange, Mango, Chocolate)

X   VEGETABLE CARVING

 REFERENCE BOOKS

1.          Meera Taneja-Good House Keeping Pakistani cookery,   Ebury   press, London, Great   
 
Britain, year-1985.
2.         Thangam   E.Philip - Modern cookery for Teaching and the Trade, Vol- I,  published by Orient  Long man Ltd., Hyderabad, Year-2005.
3           Thangam.  E .Philip Modern cookery for Teaching and the Trade, Vol-II, published by Orient Long man Ltd., Hyderabad,  year-1988.
4.         Delhi year 2003.Emma pat more- Cook shelf Baking, Paragon Book, China,. Year-2002
5.         Nita Mehta’s-Cakes and Chocolates, SNAB publishers, Pvt .Ltd., New Delhi, year-2002.
6.         Nita Mehta’s- Low calorie cooking for the Indian kitchen, SNAB publishers
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, year-2001.
7.         C. Gopalan-Nutritive value of Indian Foods, NIN.
8.         Priya Ram Kumar – Cook and See- Soups,  Salads, Juices, Chat Items (Part 4)
            S. Meenakshi Ammal Publication, Chennai. year 2002
9         Recipe book of Mallika  bhadrinath







FASHION DESIGN DRAWING PRACTICE
Subject Title              : Fashion Design Drawing Practice
Subject Code            : CT-105
Periods / Week         : 4
Periods / Year          : 120

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1
Fashion Figure Illustration
20
2
Colour Theory
10
3
Developing Patterns and styles of designing

15
4
 Basic Garment Designing
15
5
Placements
10
6
Prints
10
7
Textures
10
8
Reducing and Enlarging Designs
05
9
Accessory Designing
10
10
Portfolio
 15

          TOTAL
        120

OBJECTIVES: On completion of the subject the student will be able to:
1.0         FASHION FIGURE ILLUSTRATION
1.1         Develop stick figures.
1.2         Develop stick figures in movement
1.3         Develop flesh figures in different postures
1.4         Develop croquis with dress Designing
1.5         Develop Block figures in different movements

1.6         Draw Dress Designing with rendering
1.7          Develop patterns in flat sketching
2.0         COLOUR THEORY
2.1         Draw Primary Colours
  2.2         Develop Secondary colours                                                                             
  2.
3         Develop Tertiary colours                                                                                            
  2.
4         Draw the Colour  Wheel                                                                                                                                    
  2.
5         Draw Contrast Colours                                                                                                                       
  2.6          Develop Shades and Tints                                                                                                                          
  2.7          Draw Achromatic Colours
   2.8          Draw Warm Colours
   2.9       Draw Cool Colours

3.0         DEVELOPING PATTERNS  AND  STYLES OF DESIGNING
3.1         Develop different patterns using straight lines.
3.2         Develop different patterns using curved lines
3.3         Develop different patterns using Straight and curved lines
3.4         Develop different natural designs
3.5         Develop different geometric designs
3.6         Develop different ornamental designs
3.7         Develop different abstract designs

4.0         BASIC GARMENT DESIGNING
4.1         Develop Dress Design for sleeves
4.2         Develop Dress Design for basics silhouettes                                                                                       4.3         Develop Dress Design for collars cuffs and pockets                                                                              4.4         Develop Dress Design for children Garments                                                                                                4.5         Develop Dress Design for skirts and pants 
5.0         PLACEMENTS
5.1         Develop designs with closed spacing
5.2         Develop designs with equidistant spacing
5.3         Develop designs with alternate spacing
6.0         PRINTS
6.1         Develop designs with floral prints
6.2         Develop designs with checks
6.3         Develop designs with stripes
6.4         Develop designs with animals
6.5         Develop design with abstract
6.6         Develop design with work
7.0         TEXTURES
7.1         Develop different Textures
8.0         REDUCING AND ENLARGING DESIGNS
8.1         Enlarge and reduce designs using measurements
9.0         ACCESSORY DESIGNING
9.1        Design accessories like hats, shoes, belts, bags, and scarfs
10.0      PORTFOLIO
      
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·         Fashion Figure Illustration - Draw proportionate fashion figures, stick figures, Block figures, croqui, figure in movements, dress designing and rendering. Flat Sketching - patterns in flat sketching
·         Draw Primary Colours, Secondary colours, Tertiary colours, Colour  Wheel, Contrast Colours ,Shades and Tints,Achromatic Colours,Warm Colours, Cool Colours
·           
3.    Patterns using straight and curved lines - straight lines, curved lines,
     ,Straight and curved lines. Styles of Designing - natural designs, geometric designs,   ornamental designs, abstract designs

4. Basic Garment Designing –Design drawing for sleeves, basic silhouettes, collars, cuffs, children garments, skirts, pants, pockets.
5.  Placements- closed spacing, equidistant spacing, alternate spacing
6.  Prints- floral prints, checks, stripes, animals, abstract, work
7.  Textures- different Textures
8.  Reducing And Enlarging Designs- using measurements
9.   Accessory Design- hats, shoes, belts, bags, and scarfs
10. Portfolio.


REFERENCE BOOKS
  1. Bina Abling             -             Fashion sketch book
  2. Julian Sea Men      -             Fashion illustration Basic Techniques
           3. James Harton       -             Introduction to Drawing











HAND EMBROIDERY AND KNITTING PRACTICE
Subject Title              : Hand Embroidery and Knitting Practice
Subject Code            : CT-106
Periods / Week         : 4
Periods / Year          : 120

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1
Tools, Techniques and materials used in hand embroidery
10
2
Enlarging reducing the design and different techniques of transferring the methods
10
3
Single line Embroidery stitches and their variations
10
4
Filling stitches and their variations

10
5
Contemporary Stitches

10
6
Abbreviations used in knitting
10

7
Basic stitches
15

8
Basic Patterns
15

9
Different types of Necklines and Arm holes
20
10
Different lace edgings
10


                  TOTAL
    120



OBJECTIVES : On completion of the subject the student will be able to

1.0         TOOLS, TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS USED IN HAND EMBROIDERY

·         Know the Tools used for hand Embroidery.
·         Know the Techniques used for hand Embroidery
·         Know the Materials used for hand Embroidery


2.0         Enlarging reducing the design and different techniques of transferring the
                methods
 

2.1          Learn to Enlarge the Design
2.2          Learn to Reduce the Design
2.3          Learn  the different  Design transfer methods

3.0         Single line Embroidery stitches and their variations

3.1         Make Running stitch sample
3.2         Make Stem and its variations sample
3.3         Make Chain and its variations sample
3.4         Make Double not stitch sample
3.5         Make Couching sample
3.6         Make Fly stitch sample
3.7         Make Feather stitch sample


4.0         Filling stitches and their variations

4.1         Make French Knot stitch sample
 4.2        Make Satin  stitch sample
4.3         Make Herringbone stitch and its variations  sample
4.4         Make Buttonhole stitch and its variations  sample
4.5         Make Long and Short stitch sample


5.0         Contemporary Stitches

5.1         Make Shadow work samples
5.2         Make Cross stitch and its variations samples
5.3         Make Samples of Appliqué work samples

6.0         Abbreviations used in knitting
6.1        Know about abbreviations from the Knitting books
                    K-Knit , P-Purl , TOG- Together , Cast on & Cast off

7.0         BASIC STITCHES
7.1       Prepare basic Patterns
7.2       Prepare samples of different types of Ribs (4 types of Ribs)
Text Box: D:\Backup\SBTET\Home Sc. - 2nd Proof - 727.3      Prepare samples of different types of basic stitches Garter stitch, moss stitch and stocking stitch  
             Rib Single and Double, Increasing Stitch Decreasing Stitch and Baby Patterns

8.0         BASIC PATTERNS:
8.1         Prepare any one – Open Star, Cat’s paw
8.2     Prepare samples of memory patterns- Trinity –Razor Shell
8.3         Prepare samples of gents Patterns- Single Cable ,Pleated Cable

9.0         DIFFERENET TYPES OF NECKLINES,ARMHOLES AND SLEEVES
9.1         Prepare Neck lines- V’ neck, Round neck
9.2         Prepare Armhole
9.3         Prepare Sleeves – Plain Sleeve Raglon Sleeve

10.0         Different lace  edgings
Prepare baby set ,baby coat full size, socks, cap & Sweater


CONTENT

1. TECHNIQUES, TOOLS AND MATERIALS USED IN HAND EMBROIDERY.
Tools- Tape Measure, Straight Ruler, Masking Tape, Dress Maker’s Shears, Embroidery Scissors, Thimble, Needle Threader, Magnifier, Tracing Wheel, Marking Pencil, Marking Chalk, Tracing Paper, Carbon paper, Powdered Chalk, Powdered Coal, Needles, Embroidery Hoops and Frames. Techniques- Colour Scheme, Selecting Embroidery Stitches, Charting the Design, Positioning Design, Preparing Yarns, Using an Embroidery Hoop, Threading the Needle, Handling Needle, Working Embroidery, Following design Lines, Starting and Ending the design Stitching, Blocking Embroidery, Removing Transfer Marks, Finishing, Pressing. Materials- Different types of fabrics, Yarns and threads.
2. ENLARGING, REDUCING THE DESIGN AND DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES OF DESIGN  
TRANSFEREING METHODS.
Enlarging and Reducing the Design- By using grid method and Photostat copying.
Transferring Methods- Tracing, Hot Iron Transfer, Making Hot Iron Transfer Designs, Dress Maker’s carbon and Pricking Method.
3. Single line Embroidery stitches and their variations.
Running Stitch-Whipped running Stitch. Stem Stitch- Threaded Stem Stitch. Chain Stitch-Single Chain Stitch, Double Chain Stitch, Magic Chain Stitch, Twisted Chain Stitch, Split Chain Stitch and Lazy daisy. Double Knot. Pekinese Stitch. Couching. Fly stitch. Feather Stitch-Double Feather and Closed Feather Stitch.
4. Filling stitches and their variations.
French Knot. Satin Stitch. Herringbone Stitch-Double Herring Bone Stitch and Tied Herring Bone Stitch. Buttonhole Stitch- Blanket Stitch, Double buttonhole Stitch and Closed buttonhole stitch, Buttonhole Wheel,  Long and Short Stitch.

5. Contemporary Stitches.
Shadow work. Cross Stitch-Upright right cross stitch, long armed cross stitch Half cross stitch . Appliqué Work
6    Abbreviations used in knitting abbreviations from the Knitting books-K-Knit , P-Purl , TOG- Together , Cast on & Cast off

7.         BASIC STITCHES - basic Patterns-samples of different types of Ribs (4 types of Ribs)-Text Box: D:\Backup\SBTET\Home Sc. - 2nd Proof - 72samples   
          of different types of basic stitches Garter stitch, moss stitch and stocking stitch- Rib Single and
          Double, Increasing Stitch Decreasing Stitch and Baby Patterns

8.    BASIC PATTERNS - Open Star, Cat’s paw-samples of memory patterns- Trinity – 
      Razor Shell-
samples of gents Patterns- Single Cable ,Pleated Cable

9.         DIFFERENET TYPES OF NECKLINES AND ARMHOLES - Neck lines- V’ neck, Round neck
      - Armhole-Sleeves – Plain Sleeve Raglon Sleeve

10.       Different lace edgings -baby set ,baby coat full size, socks, cap & Sweater



REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. Complete Guide to Needle Work – Readers digest.
  2. Golden Hands-02 – Hamlyn House.
  3. Embroidery Skills and Techniques – Dorothy Wood
  4. Embroidery Designs – Nirmala C.Mistry
  5. Useful Embroidery Designs – ABBS Publishers, Mumbai

6. Woman’s weekly Knitting for children.

  7. Encyclopaedia of Knitting and Crochet



FUNDAMENTALS OF GARMENT CONSTRUCTION
Subject Title              : Fundamentals of Garment Construction
Subject Code            : CT-107
Periods / Week         : 8
Periods / Year          : 240

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1
Sewing Machine
5

2
Basic Stitches, Seams and Seam
Finishes
25
3
Neckline finishes
25

4
Fullness in Garments – Plackets-
Openings & Fasteners
25
5
Pockets, Collars, Cuffs, Yokes and
Sleeves
30
6
Drafting of Jangia
20

7
Drafting of Jabla
25

8
Drafting of Princess Petticoat
30

9
Drafting of Long Blouse
30

10
Drafting of Boy’s Pyjama
25


                TOTAL
240


OBJECTIVES : On completion of the subject the student will be able to

1.0 SEWING MACHINE.
1.1 Selection and care of the sewing machine.
1.2 Identifying the different parts of a sewing machine.
1.3 Identifying the common faults, causes and remedies.

2.0 BASICS STITICHES, SEAMS AND SEAM FINISHES.
2.1 Prepare samples of Basic stitches.
2.2 Prepare samples of different seams.
2.3 Prepare samples of Seam finishes.




3.0 NECKLINE FINISHES.
3.1 Prepare sample of facing                                                                                                                                    3.2 Prepare sample of piping.                                                                                                                                              3.3 Prepare sample of binding.
4.0 FULLNESS IN GARMENTS-PLACKETS-OPENING AND
FASTENERS.
4.1 Prepare samples of Darts.
4.2 Prepare samples of Tucks.
4.3 Prepare samples of Pleats.
4.4 Prepare samples of Plackets and openings.
4.5 Prepare samples of Fasteners.

5.0 POCKETS, COLLARS, CUFFS, YOKES AND SLEEVES.
5.1 Prepare Patch Pocket, flap pocket seam pocket, bound pocket.
5.2 Prepare samples of Collars.
5.3 Prepare samples of Cuffs.
5.4 Prepare samples of Yokes.
5.5 Prepare samples of Sleeves.

6.0 DRAFTING OF JANGIA.
6.1 Take measurements.
6.2 Draft Jangia.
6.3 Prepare paper pattern of Jangia.
6.4 Cut the material using paper pattern.
6.5 Stitch Jangia using suitable seams and stitches.

7.0 DRAFTING OF JABLA.
7.1 Take measurements.
7.2 Draft Jabla.
7.3 Prepare paper pattern of Jabla.
7.4 Cut the material using paper pattern.
7.5 Stitch Jabla using suitable seams and stiches.

8.0 DRAFTING OF PRINCESS PETTICOAT.
8.1 Take measurements.
8.2 Draft Princess Petticoat                                                                                                                                       8.3 Prepare paper pattern of Princess Petticoat.
8.4 Cut the material using paper pattern.
8.5 Stitch Princess Petticoat using suitable seams and stiches.

9.0 DRAFTING OF LONG BLOUSE.
9.1 Take measurements.
9.2 Draft Long blouse.
9.3 Prepare paper pattern of Long blouse.
9.4 Cut the material using paper pattern.
9.5 Stitch Long blouse using suitable seams and stiches.


10.0 DRAFTING OF BOYS PYZAMA.
10.1 Take measurements.
10.2 Draft Boys Pyzama.
10.3 Prepare paper pattern of Boys Pyzama.
10.4 Cut the material using paper pattern.
10.5 Stitch Boys Pyzama using suitable seams and stiches.

COURSE CONTENTS

1. SEWING MACHINE -Selection and care of the sewing machine-
Different parts of a sewing machine-Common faults-Causes
&Remedies.

2. BASIC STITCHES SEAMS AND SEAM FINISHES -Basic stitches- Even
basting, Uneven Basting, Running, Hemming & Back Stitch, Seams-
Plain seam, French seam, Run & Fell seam & Lapped seam. Seam
Finishes- Pinked seam finish, Edge stitch seam finish, Double stitch
seam finish & Herring Bone stitch seam finish.

3. NECKLINE FINISHES -Preparation of samples of neckline finishes-
Facing, Piping or Binding.

4. FULLNESS IN GARMENTS-PLACKETS-OPENING AND FASTENERS -
Darts- Single pointed darts, Double pointed darts and Decorative darts
Tucks-Pin tucks, Corded tucks and Cross tucks-Pleats-knife pleats, Box
pleats, Inverted box pleats and Pinch pleats. Gathers and Ruffles (single
and double) Plackets & Openings-Simple hem opening, Continuous
wrap opening and Two piece bound opening. Fasteners-Buttons and
Button holes, Shank buttons, Zips, Hooks and eyes
5. POCKETS, COLLARS, CUFFS, YOKES AND SLEEVES - Pockets- Patch
Pocket, Flap pocket, seam pocket, bound pocket. Collars- Round,
Peter pan and Shirt collar. Cuffs-Square cuff, Round cuff. Yokes-
Square, Round, ’V’ ‘U’ and Overlaid yoke. Sleeves-Magyar, Raglan,
Puff and Chudi sleeves.

6. Drafting, cutting and stitching of Jangia.

7. Drafting, cutting and stitching of Jabla.

8. Drafting, cutting and stitching of Princess Petticoat

9. Drafting, cutting and stitching of Long blouse.

10. Drafting, cutting and stitching of Boys Pyjama.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. K.R. Zarapkar                                   Zarapakar system of cutting,
                                                            GALA Publishers, Mumbai
2. Sheri Dongaji                                . Basic process & clothing
                                                            construction, New Raj Book
                                                             Depot, Publishers & Book
                                                            sellers, Bengali mal markets,
                                                            New Delhi.
3. Mary Mathews                                 Clothing Construction-Part I & II ,
                                                            Basic Sewing Processes, Fourth
                                                            Printing- 1989.
4. Evelyn. A. Mans                             Field Clothing Construction























TEXTILE SCIENCE PRACTICE
Subject Title              : Textile Science Practice
Subject Code            : CT-108
Periods / Week         : 5
Periods / Year          : 150

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1.
Identification of Textile fibres

10
2.
Study of Textile Weaves

10
3.
Demonstration of Laundry Equipment, Preparation of laundry reagents and starch solutions.
15
4.
Stain removal

20
5.
Washing & finishing of Cotton Garments
15
6.
Washing & finishing of Silk Garments
15
7.
Washing & finishing of Woollen Garments
15
8.
Washing & finishing of Nylon &
Georgette Garments
15
9.
Washing & finishing of special Garments
15
10.
Dry Cleaning

20

TOTAL

150







OBJECTIVES: On completion of the study of the subject the student will be able to:
1.0         IDENTIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBERS
1.1         Identify textile fibres through Visual Inspection.
1.2         Identify textile fibres through Microscopic examination.
1.3         Identify textile fibres through Burning test.
1.4         Identify textile fibres through Chemical test.
1.5          Identification of unknown fibres.

2.0          STUDY OF TEXTILE  WEAVES
2.1           Explain about warp and weft yarns.
2.2           Prepare plain weave.
2.3         Prepare Basket weave.
2.4         Prepare Twill weave.
2.5         Prepare Satin weave.

3.0         PREPARATION OF LAUNDRY- REAGENTS & STARCH SOLUTION
3.1         Demonstration of Washing, drying and pressing equipment
3.2        Preparation of   Cleansing fluid.
3.3          Preparation of Reetanut solution
3.4          Preparation of soap jelly.
3.5         Preparation of Dish washing powder.
3.6       Preparation of Laundry detergents.
3.7          Preparation of  Cold water starch.
3.8          Preparation of Boiling water starch.
3.9          Preparation of gum water.


4.0         STAIN REMOVAL
4.1         Explain the classification of stains.
4.2         List of stain removal reagents.
4.3         Explain the general rules of stain removal.
4.4         Removing procedure of animal stains.
4.5         Removing procedure of Vegetable stains
4.6        Removing procedure of Grease stains.
4.7        Removing procedure of dye stains.
4.8        Removing procedure of Mineral stains.
4.9       Remove the following stains from white cotton fabrics: Tea, coffee, fruit, blood, curry, oil or grease, henna, ink, ball point ink, lipstick, nail varnish, oil paint, perfume, mud and tar.

5.0         WASHING AND FINISHING OF COTTON GARMENTS
5.1         Washing of  white cotton Garments..
5.2         Washing of  coloured cotton Garments .
5.3         Finishing of white cotton garments
5.4         Finishing of coloured cotton garments.

6.0         WASHING AND FINISHING OF SILK GARMENTS
6.1         Washing procedure of white silk garments.
6.2         Finishing procedure of white silk garments
6.3         Washing procedure of Coloured silk garments.
6.4         Finishing procedure of Coloured silk garments

7.0       WASHING AND FINISHING OF WOOLLEN GARMENTS
7.1         Washing procedure of Woollen garments.
6.2         Finishing procedure of Woollen garments.


8.0         WASHING AND FINISHING OF NYLON AND GEORGETTE GARMENTS
8.1         Washing procedure of nylon garments.
8.2         Finishing procedure of nylon garments.
8.3         Washing procedure of Georgette garments.
8.4         Finishing procedure of Georgette garments

9.0         WASHING AND FINISHING OF SPECIAL ARTICLES
9.1         Washing and finishing of lace articles .
9.2         Washing and finishing of Embroidery articles .
9.3         Washing and finishing of Velvet articles .
9.4      Washing and finishing of Felt hats.


10.0       DRY -CLEANING
10.1       Explain the equipment and materials used in Dry cleaning
10.2       Explain the method of dry - cleaning.
10.3       Explain the method of dry - cleaning with absorbents.( powders)
10.4       Explain the method of dry - cleaning with solvents (Liquids)
10.5     Explain the method of dry - cleaning with paste (Absorbents & Solvents )

COURSE CONTENTS

1.         IDENTIFICATION OF TEXTILE FIBRES: Visual inspection, burning test, microscopic examination, creasing tests- breaking test –Moisture test-tearing test-   chemical test.
2.         STUDY OF TEXTILE WEAVES: Preparation of  warp and weft yarns-plain weave-Basket
            weave-Twill weave-Satin weave-Sateen weave with satin paper.
3.         DEMONSTRATION OF LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT,PREPARATION OF LAUNDRY
           
REAGENTS, STARCH SOLUTION AND
BLUEING- Buckets- Mugs- Basins-steel
           vessels- geyser-Measuring cups- hand brush- scrubbing board-washing machines-
           cotton rope-cloth pins-ironing boards-sleeve boards-thermostat irons-cleansing
           fluid-reetanut solution-soap jelly-dish washing powder-detergent powder-cold water    
           starch-boiling water starch- gum water starch- different types of blueing 

4.       STAIN REMOVAL: Classification of stains Animal, Vegetable, Grease, Dye stains Mineral stains. List of stains Removal reagents  – borax, glycerine, javella water, alcohol, ammonia, acitic acid, bleaching powder, common salt, potassium permanganate, blotting paper, sodium per borate, hydrogen per oxide, French chalk, starch powder, oxalic acid, kerosene, parenting, warm milk, curd, tomatoes, lemon, fullers earth, talcum powder, egg, dilute sulphuric acid, dilute iodine solution, methylated alcohol, surgical spirit, ethyl alcohol. General rules for stain removal – removal of animal stains Grease stains Dye stains mineral stains   Tea, coffee, fruit, blood, curry, oil, henna, ink, ball point ink, nail varnish, oil paint, perfume, mud and tar.

5.         WASHING AND FINISHING OF COTTON GARMENTS: Sorting – checking- steeping –  washing – rinsing- bleaching-stiffening- blueing – wringing- drying – ironing Cotton (white and coloured),
6.           WASHING AND FINISHING OF SILK  GARMENTS: Preparation stain removal – steeping- washing – stiffening – drying – ironing .
7.           WASHING AND FINISHING OF  WOOLLEN GARMENTS: sorting -  stain removal –                   
              steeping- washing –  drying – ironing  .                                                                                                  
8.     WASHING AND FINISHING OF NYLON GARMENT: Sorting -  stain removal – steeping-
           washing –  drying – ironing  .                                                                                                  
9          WASHING AND FINISHING SPECIAL ARTICLES: Washing and finishing of Lace articles-   Examining --  stain removal – steeping- boiling – steaming, –  drying – ironing  .
            Embroidery articles _  Washing- starching- drying- airing- and folding.
  Velvet Articles – Washing - drying- steaming.
  Felt Hats: Remove the lining and trimmings clean separately - stuffing the hat- cleaning- stain removing- brushing with clean water- drying – steaming – drying.
10        DRY-CLEANING: Equipment materials used in dry cleaning – buckets-mugs-wooden spoons- suction washer- empty glass  jars –
            Absorbents – fullers earth bread crumbs – flour- powdered sulphur.
            Solvents – Petrol – Benzene- carbon tetrachloride Ethemethylated spirit  - Mineral turpentine.
 
Method of Dry cleaning :- Examining – taking off trimming  -testing colourfastness – spot cleaning. Dry cleaning with absorbents: Sprinkling the absorbent on dirty spots – Bruch- sponging – Airing- pressing .
            Dry Cleaning with Solvents : sponging  dirty spots with solvents – Airing – Pressing.            Dry cleaning with Absorbents and solvents (Paste Method) Make paste adding absorbents and solvents applying  to the soiled  with sponge  - blotting with blotting paper- airing and pressing 


REFERENCE BOOKS
1.         Durga Deulkar                   -             Household Textiles & Laundry work, Atmaram &                                   
       
Sons, Kashmirgate, Delhi,  YEAR – 1998
2.         Susheela Dantiyagi           -             Fundamentals of Textiles & their care. Orient
           
Longman Ltd, New Delhi, YEAR 1984 -1987
3.         Sushma Gupta &               -            Text Book of Home Science, Neeru Garg                                    
                                               
Kalyani Publications, YEAR 1994.
4.         Sushma Gupta                  -             Text Book of Clothing & Textiles, Neeru Garg                                             
                                        
Kalyani Publications, YEAR 1994.
5.           A.M.Kaye                            -           A Students Handbook of House wifery. Kalyani    
        
Publications, YEAR 1989.
6.           Marsh J.T                           -           An introduction to textile finishing. B.I Publications.
  7.           Andrew wynne                   -           Textile motivate series




















BEAUTY CLINIC PRACTICE
Subject Title              : Beauty Clinic Practice
Subject Code            : CT-109
Periods / Week         : 4
Periods / Year          : 120

S.No.
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1
Bleaching

10
2
Facial

10
3
Manicure & Pedicure

15
4
Waxing

10
5
Threading

15
6
Hair Dyeing

10
7
Henna Treatment

10
8
Mehendi

10
9
Hair cuts

15
10
Makeup

15

TOTAL

120




OBJECTIVES: On completion of the study of the subject the student will be able to

1.0         BLEACHING.
1.1.        Prepare Powder & Cream Bleach.
1.2         Follow Skin care tips while bleaching.
1.3         Do Bleaching.
2.0.        FACIAL.
2.1.        Do Facial Treatment.
2.2         Do Galvanic Facial.
2.3         Do Pimple Treatment with high frequency.
2.4.        Do Herbal Facial.
3.0.        MANICURE & PEDICURE.
3.1         Collect Material & do Manicure.
3.2         Collect Material & do Pedicure.
4.0          WAXING.
4.1         Do Waxing (Cold and Hot).
5.0         THREADING.
5.1         Do  Threading.
6.0         HAIR DYEING.
6.1         Follow Precautions.
6.2         Do Hair Dyeing.
7.0         HENNA TREATMENT.
7.1.        Mix Henna.
7.1          Apply Henna.
8.0         MEHENDI.
8.1         Do different designs for Mehendi.
8.2         Apply Mehendi.
9.0         HAIR CUTS.
9.1         Do different types of Haircuts.
9.2         Do different Hair styles.
10.0       MAKE UP.
10.1       Follow tips for Makeup
10.2       Do Make up for different occasions
Text Box: D:\Backup\SBTET\Home Sc. - 2nd Proof - 27COURSE CONTENTS
1.         BLEACHING- Powder & Cream- Skin care tips and Hints to follow while bleaching- Method of Bleaching.
2.         FACIAL- Different Facial Treatments, Herbal & Synthetic Creams massages, Different facemasks, Home packs, Nourishing creams & Pimple Treatment with high frequency.
3.         MANICURE & PEDICURE-Hints for pretty Hands & Feet. Materials needed for   Manicure & Pedicure and Massage Strokes.
4.           WAXING- Application of waxing (cold and hot wax).
5.         THREADING-  Practice in threading of eye brows, Lower chin, Upper lip, Hand and   Legs.
6.         HAIR DYEING- Application of herbal &chemical dyes, care and precautions to be  followed.
7.           HENNA TREATMENT- Preparation and Application of Henna.
8.         MEHENDI - Preparation of mehendi and applying various designs on hand and feet.
9.         HAIR CUTS : Different hair cuts-Straight, ‘U and deep ‘U shapes, different hair styles.
10.         MAKE UP - Makeup Tips-Different occasions-Formal & Informal & Bridal
Makeup


REFERENCE BOOKS
1.   Shahnaz Husain’s       Shahnaz Husains Beauty Book. Orinte paper Backs A Division     
     
of Visions Books PVT.Ltd.,
2.   Chho Der                     Beauty & Body book.
3.  Kitty carpion                 Herbal Beauty.


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