University of Mumbai's

Garware Institute of Career Education and Development

NAAC Re-accredited with 'A++' Grade

Bachelors (Degree Courses)

B.Des. (Textile Designing)

+ Course Duration:


+ No Of Seats :


+ Fees :


Total Fees - Rs.6,00,000/- + Incidental Fees:- Rs.75,000/- (Directly collected by SASMIRA)

Semester I - Rs. 75,500/-

Semester II - Rs. 74,700/-

Semester III - Rs. 75,200/-

Semester IV - Rs. 74,700/-

Semester V - Rs. 75,470/-

Semester VI - Rs. 74,430/-

+ Eligibility :

12th Passed From Any Faculty.

+ Admission Procedure :

Admissions On The Basis Of Written Test & Interview.

+ Preamble :

Textile design forms the core of the entire business of fashion. Textile Designing is a process of creating designs and structures for knitted, woven, non-woven or embellishments of fabrics. Textile designing involves producing patterns for cloth used in clothing, household textiles and decorative textiles. It fulfills a variety of purposes in our lives, for example, our clothing, carpets, drapes, towels and rugs are all a result of textile design. Textile Designers need to discuss, understand and interpret the needs, ideas and requirements of their customers accurately.

+ Objective :

Textile designing will add strategic value that can make all the difference in transforming fashion business into an economically viable and profitable proposition. The rapidly expanding activities in the domestic and export sectors of the apparel and home fashion industry demands professional inputs in design and development of fibers and textiles, which the course intends to provide.

+ Job Opportunities :

As a professional Textile Designer one can work in areas like:

>>Textile Designer                                     >>Textile Designer - Home Furnishing

>>Fashion Product Developer                 >>Buyer & Exporter of Furnishing Fabrics

>>Fabric Resource Manager                    >> Automotive Textile Designer 

>>Print Developer                                       >>Fabric Analyzer

>> Embroidery Designer                                  

>>Trend Forecaster and Product Developer for Interior Design 

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