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Want to be a trend-setter in the fashion world? Check out THIS course at Invertis University

The course of B.Sc Fashion Design will give you abundant knowledge of pattern making, draping and illustrations.

With its B.Sc Fashion Design course, Invertis University continues to give wings to the dreams of those aspiring to become a big success in the fashion industry. The course trains you in multiple skills like pattern making, draping and illustrations through regular theories and its practical sessions. If you are an aspiring stylist, model, designer or want to indulge in the same field read on to know more about the course and fee structure, eligibility criteria and the facilities provided by the institute.


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Fashion design is the skill of studying and fabricating clothes and accessories that is intertwined with culture. Pupils from various fields like history, business, technology, etc are attracted to the fashion world. Designers manufacture garments on the basis of demand using creativity and customers respond to the designs which in return starts new trends.

The fashion department houses creativity and inventiveness where students are taught key technical skills to become a successful designer in the fashion industry. With a logical, sequential and first-hand experience, a styling aspirant can conceptualize designs, make charts, patterns, drapes and fabricate clothing in an impeccable way.

Invertis alumnus are designers of the 'Khadi Design Council of India'

Aspirants who want to pursue a fashion design course at the college will have a plethora of opportunities to choose from. With the help of fashion drives, industry exposure and designer shows organised at the campus, the students can seek expertise in their desired area. The institute is a member of 'Khadi Design Council of India' which organises events every year and involves prospective students in contests. Alumnus like Samar Pratap Singh, Rishav Gupta, Atul Pratap Singh, Simran Kholi and many more have become official designers of Khadi Design Council of India.

The department of Fashion Design also launched the Manas Vikas Scholarship sponsored by a graphic designer at Amazon, USA, Bhavyaa, for under-priviliged and talented students. Many students who have graduated from Invertis have launched their own startups like Fashion Hub started by Samra Ahmed, Fashion Point & Craft by Shiva Gangwar, Destino by Shreya Saxena and many more.

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Invertis University aims to provide one of the best curriculums that combines creative designing and professional exposure to the fashion arena. With sharp insights from the faculty, refined gadgets and facilities, Invertis ventures to provide the pupil with an international college experience. The possibilities of the fashion world are endless and the field is a creative haven for those who possess the grit and passion to make the world take a note of their talent.

Eligibility criteria: 50% (45% for SC/ST) & above aggregate in 10+2

Location: NH24 Bareilly

Course duration: 3 years

Fee structure: ₹ 60,000 per year

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