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COURSES

Semester Course Opted Course Name Credits
I Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course I English Communications/ Environmental Science 4
CC-1 Theory Human Development I: The Childhood Years 4
CC-1 Practical Human Development I: The Childhood Years Practical 2
CC-2 Theory Food and Nutrition 4
CC-2 Practical Food and Nutrition Practical 2
CC-3 Theory Fashion Design Concepts 4
CC-3 Practical Fashion Design Concepts Practical 2
II Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course II English Communications/ Environmental Science 4
CC-4 Theory Dynamics of Communication and Extension 4
CC-4 Practical Dynamics of Communication and Extension Practical 2
CC-5 Theory Resource Management 4
CC-5 Practical Resource Management Practical 2
CC-6 Theory Life Sciences 4
CC-6 Practical Life Sciences Practical 2

Semester Course Opted Course Name Credits
III CC-7 Theory Physical Sciences 4
CC-7 Practical Physical Sciences Practical 2
CC-8 Theory Communication Systems and Mass Media 4
CC-8 Practical Communication Systems and Mass Media Practical 2
CC-9 Theory Personal Finance and Consumer Studies 4
CC-9 Practical Personal Finance and Consumer Studies Practical 2
SEC -1
  • Maternal & Child Nutrition
  • Activities & Resources for Child Development (P)
  • Surface Ornamentation (P)
  • Advertising & Social Marketing
  • Travel & Tourism
  • 4
    GE -1 Theory & Practical/Tutorial
  • Current Concerns in Public Health Nutrition
  • Adolescent Relationships
  • Fashion Accessories
  • Gender, Media & Society
  • Interior Design
  • 4+2
    IV CC-10 Theory Human Development II: Development in Adolescence & Adulthood 4
    CC-10 Practical Human Development II: Development in Adolescence & Adulthood Practical 2
    CC-11 Theory Nutrition: A Life-Cycle Approach 4
    CC-11 Practical Nutrition: A Life-Cycle Approach Practical 2
    CC-12 Theory Introduction to Textiles 4
    CC-12 Practical Introduction to Textiles Practical 2
    SEC-2
  • Nutrition & Health Communication
  • Activities & Resources for Child Development II (P)
  • Housekeeping
  • Product Development in Textiles & Apparel (P)
  • Training & Capacity Building (P)
  • Computer Application in Communication & Media Design (P)
  • 4
    GE-2 Theory & Practical/Tutorial
  • Entrepreneurship for Small Catering Units
  • Child Rights & Social Action
  • Fashion Design & Development
  • Media, Culture & Society
  • Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Management
  • 4+2
    Semester Course Opted Course Name Credits
    V CC-13 Theory Research Methodology in Home Science 4
      CC-13 Practical Research Methodology in Home Science Practical 2
      GE - 3 Theory & Practical
  • Textile Care and Conservation
  • Gender and Social Justice
  • Behaviour Change Communication
  • Facilities and Service Management
  • Nutrition: A Lifespan Approach
  • 4+2
      DSE -1 Theory & Practical
  • Indian Textile Heritage
  • Theories of Human Development
  • Public Nutrition
  • 4+2
      DSE -2 Theory & Practical
  • Pattern Making & Drafting
  • Child Rights and Gender Justice
  • Nutritional Biochemistry
  • 4+2
    VI CC-14 Theory Socio Economic Environment 4
      CC-14 Practical Socio Economic Environment Practical 2
      GE - 4 Theory & Practical
  • Appreciation of Textile Crafts
  • Care and Well-being in Human Development
  • Information and Communication Technology for Development
  • Training and Development
  • Human Nutrition
  • 4+2
      DSE -3 Theory & Practical
  • Apparel Marketing and Merchandising
  • Human Resource Management
  • Food Science
  • 4+2
      DSE -4 Theory & Practical
  • Apparel Production
  • Childhood Disability and Social Action
  • Therapeutic Nutrition
  • 4+2

    A Project of 6 Credits, may be opted for in lieu of a DSE Course in Semester VI and shall be designed to acquire special/advanced knowledge. It shall be a specialized course involving application of knowledge in solving/analyzing/exploring a real-life situation/difficult problem.

    A student shall undertake such a project under the guidance of a teacher/faculty member. The topic for the Project Work shall be given in Semester V, the candidate shall be required to carry out work for the Project during Semesters V and VI. The assessment of the Project will be carried out at the end of Semester VI.

    VISION
    Cultivating Erudite Community Builders
    MISSION
    To ensure all round development of students, by instilling in them the Institute's core values of innovation, excellence and discipline with a thrust on being self-reliant and responsive to the changing trends in Industry and Society.


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