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SECTION IXFACULTY OF HOME SCIENCEGeneral informationDisciplines Apparel and Textile Science Fashion Designing Food and Nutrition Nutrition and Dietetics Family Resource Management Interior Design Human Development Home Science Extension and Communication Management273

COLLEGE OF HOME SCIENCEHome Science is an inter-disciplinary field of knowledge which integrates concepts from Physical, Biological,Agricultural, Social and Environmental Sciences along with its own components of Food and Nutrition, FamilyResource Management, Human Development, Apparel and Textile Science and Home Science Extension andCommunication Management. It prepares the individuals to obtain recent scientific information for dealing with reallife situations to cope up with every day problems effectively by providing broad-based, culturally relevant knowledgein different areas of Home Science.The need of Home Science Colleges as a part of State Agricultural Universities emerged with an increasein awareness of contribution of rural and urban women to family economy and in raising the standard of living.Punjab Agricultural University started the College of Home Science in July, 1966 with the help of two USAID expertsin Home Science - Dr Edna R Kaufman and Dr Maria S Friesen Through its integrated programme of teaching,research and extension, the College grew rapidly, playing a significant role in improving the socio-economic conditionsof rural as well as urban families, thereby, giving them opportunity to have a better quality of life.Mrs Sushila Dantyagi, a renowned Home Scientist, was the founder Dean of the College who was at thehelm of affairs till August, 1973. The other successive regular Deans of the College were: Drs S Bajaj, P LSrivastava, M B Singh, K K Sharma, S K Mann, M K Dhillon and Neelam Grewal. Dr Jasvinder Kaur Sangha tookover as Dean of the College on 15th November, 2013.The mainstay of College of Home Science is B.Sc. (Honours) Home Science 4-year programme after 10 2. The College has started three new degree programmes - B.Sc. (Hons) Fashion Designing of 4-year duration,B.Sc. (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics of 4-year duration and B.Sc. (Hons) Interior Design also of 4-year duration fromthe academic sessions 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2014-15 respectively. The College has also started M.Sc. FashionDesigning from the academic session 2011-12.The College of Home Science is a pioneer institution among the Home Science Colleges of State AgriculturalUniversities that started offering Masters' programmes in all the disciplines of Home Science in the seventies. TheDoctoral programmes in Food and Nutrition and Family Resource Management were introduced in the years 1974and 1978, respectively. As the discipline grew, the Ph.D. programmes were initiated in other departments as well- Home Science Extension and Communication Management in 1986-87, Human Development in 1997-98 andApparel and Textile Science in the year 1998-99.Since the inception of the College, periodic, need based revision of course curriculum has been undertakento cater to the emerging scenario in the discipline. The IVth Deans' committee of the ICAR has recommendedchange in the syllabi of various UG programmes being run by SAUs with a view to orient these towards emergingneeds of respective disciplines and the educational scenario. The course curriculum of B.Sc (Hons) H.Sc. 4-yeardegree programme has been restructured in the light of these recommendations, without deviating from the mainmission of the programme. Under the restructured curriculum, the students are required to take specialization/professional courses in one of the specific disciplines of Home Science in the last two years. These courses arevocational in nature and provide practical training in self-employment/entrepreneurship. In the last semester,Experiential Learning and In plant Training of the students has been planned to hone their entrepreneurial skills andenable them to start their own enterprises. The students will also undertake Rural Awareness Work Experience inthis semester.The curricula of Masters' and Ph.D. programmes in all the disciplines of Home Science was also restructuredin 2010-11 in accordance with ICAR guidelines. The present curricula aims at increasing both the academic as wellas vocational capabilities of the students for better employability. Therefore, a choice of elective courses for intradiscipline specialisations is being offered.The College has the privilege of having one of the best-equipped laboratories amongst the Home ScienceColleges of the country. There are good number of class rooms, seminar rooms and laboratories in the College. Tofacilitate the teaching of highly vocational professional electives, several additions have been made to the existinglaboratories. These include Baking, Institutional Management, Multimedia, Computer and ARIS laboratories. TheCollege also has four Experiential Learning Units, one each on Apparel Manufacturing, Bakery and Confectionery,Artistic Creations and Child Care Providers Training. Latest equipment have also been added to the laboratories ofthe departments to impart quality education both at UG and PG level.274

APPAREL AND TEXTILE SCIENCEPROGRAMMES1.B.Sc.(Hons) - Fashion Designing2.M. Sc. Fashion Designing3.M.Sc.4.Ph.DCOURSE REQUIREMENTM. Sc. Fashion DesigningField of specializationFashion DesigningRequired coursesFD 501, FD 502, FD 503, FD 504, FD 505, FD 506Supporting coursesStat 421, PGS 501 and other courses from subject matter fields (otherthan minor) relating to area of special interest and research problem.Minor fieldsApparel and Textile Science, Business Management, ExtensionEducation, Family Resource Management, Sociology or any otheras approved by the Dean Postgraduate Studies.Deficiency Courses9-12 credit hours of atleast 400 series courses as recommended by theStudent's Advisory Committee and approved by the Dean, PostgraduateStudiesM.Sc.Fields of specializationClothing, TextilesRequired coursesATS 501, ATS 502, ATS 503, ATS 504, ATS 505, ATS 506Supporting coursesStat 421, PGS 501 and other courses from subject matter fields (otherthan Minor) relating to area of special interest and research problem.Minor fieldBusiness Management, Home Science Extension and CommunicationManagement, Extension Education, Family Resource Management,Sociology, Chemistry or any other as approved by the Dean, PostgraduateStudies.Deficiency courses for students with9-12 credit hours of atleast 400 series courses as recommended by theelective other than Clothing and Textiles Student's Advisory Committee and approved by the Dean, PostgraduateStudiesPh.D.Fields of specializationClothing, TextilesRequired coursesATS 601, ATS 602, ATS 603, ATS 604Supporting coursesCourses from subject matter fields (other than Minor) relating to area ofspecial interest and research problem.Minor fieldBusiness Management, Home Science Extension and CommunicationManagement, Extension Education, Family Resource Management,Sociology, Chemistry or any other as approved by the Dean, PostgraduateStudies.Deficiency courses for studentswith M.Sc. (Home Science) in adiscipline other than Apparel andTextile ScienceATS 501, ATS 502, ATS 503, ATS 504, ATS 505, ATS 506 and othercourses as recommended by Student’s Advisory Committee and approvedby the Dean, Postgraduate Studies275

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE CONTENTSUndergraduate CoursesATS 91 General Home Science2 2Sem IIntroduction and scope of Apparel and Textile Science. Different sub-disciplines in Apparel and TextileScience. Basic terminology used in Clothing and Textiles. Basic knowledge about garment features.Meaning and stages of life span development. Developmental tasks and critical periods. Hereditary andenvironment. Growth and development. Maturation and learning. Meaning of different forms of developmentsphysical, cognitive, social, emotional, language and moral. Role of stimulation and intervention in braindevelopment. Terms used in Food and Nutrition. Food and its functions. Food groups and nutrients.Various methods of cooking and effect of heat on nutritive value of food.Practical: Basic embroidery stitches and fabric painting. Introduction to various foods. Measures of weightand volume. Basic cooking - preparation of beverages, snacks and desserts.ATS 101 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction1 2Sem IImportance and functions of clothes. Clothing construction terminology. Equipment and accessoriesused in clothing construction, their care and use. Common defects and general repair of sewing machine.Methods of garment construction. Selection of fabric for apparel. Preparation of fabric for layout andcutting. Clothing requirements of various age groups. Functional and self-help garments for pre-schoolersand senior citizens.Practical : Use of sewing equipment. Working, care and repair of sewing machine. Preparation of samplesof basic hand stitches, seams, seam finishes, disposal of fullness, finishing of necklines, placket openings,fasteners and mending. Preparation and layout of different fabrics. Taking body measurements. Drafting,cutting and stitching of infant's top, petticoat and skirt.ATS 102 Textile Science and Care2 1Sem IIIntroduction to textiles. Basic textile terminology. Textile fibres and their classification. Production,manufacturing, processing, properties and use of cotton, linen, silk, rayon, viscose rayon, nylon, polyesterand acrylic fibres. Spinning of staple fibres and filaments. Yarn classification and uses. Fabric construction:weaving, knitting, braiding, lace making and non-wovens. Basic finishes applied to fabrics and theirimportance. Labels and tags used in textiles. Different types of washing machines and irons. Principlesand methods of washing and finishing. Principles, classification and techniques of stain removal. Role ofwater, soaps and detergents as cleaning agents. Bleaching, blueing, stiffening agents and additives usedin laundry. Principles of dry cleaning, use of absorbents and solvents. Disinfection and storage of clothes.Practical : Identification of textile fibres using non technical methods, microscopic, burning and chemicaltests. Study of yarns, their types and sizes, thread count, bow and skewness. Study of common fabricsavailable in the market. Removal of common stains from cotton fabrics. Washing and finishing of cottons,silks, woollens, synthetics and special articles. Visit to a textile mill.ATS 201 Fundamentals of Weaving and Knitting2 1Sem IBasic weaving and knitting terminology. Introduction to woven and knitted structures. Conventional loomsand their parts. Weaving accessories. Principles of weaving. Construction and properties of plain, twill,satin, dobby, jacquard, lappet, swivel and pile weave. Yarn packaging and numbering. Selection andpreparation of yarn for weaving. Principles and classification of knitting. Stitches used in knitting. Typesof knitted fabrics - their characteristics and uses.Practical : Parts of a loom and its working. Yarn preparation, drafting, lifting plans, weaving the samples ofplain weave and its variations. Study of knitting yarns and accessories. Use of knitting abbreviations.276

Preparation of basic samples of hand knitting. Casting on, casting off, increasing, decreasing, necklinesand pockets.ATS 202 Apparel Designing and Construction1 2Sem IIImportance and techniques of anthropometric measurements. Application of design elements and principlesto clothing and apparel designing. Factors affecting clothing selection. Biological, socio-psychologicaland socio-economical aspects affecting clothing decisions of family. Wardrobe planning for various agegroups. Planning clothing budget for the family.Practical : Survey of different types of lining, interlining, interfacing and dress materials available in themarket. Taking body measurements of children and adults. Drafting of child's and adult's bodice block, itsadaptation to various garments and estimation of fabric. Designing, drafting and construction of frock,blouse, lady's shirt, churidar pyjami/salwar, night suit/nighty. Sketching of different designs for variousgarments.ATS 301 Introduction to Dyeing and Printing1 2Sem ITerminology used in dyeing and printing. Classification, properties and selection of different classes ofdyes. Natural dyes - their advantages and disadvantages. Methods of dyeing fibres, yarns and fabrics.Types of dyeing. Styles of printing. Methods of printing - block, screen, stencil and roller. Resist dyeingand printing. Common dyeing and printing defects, their causes and preventive measures.Practical : Preparation of cotton yarns and fabrics for dyeing. Dyeing of cotton fabric with different classesof dyes. Preparation of block and screen/stencil printed samples. Preparation of samples with at least tendifferent techniques of tie and dye. Preparation of a sample in two/ three colours with batik printingtechnique. Visit to dyeing and printing units.ATS 302 Traditional Textiles of India2 1Sem IIStudy of traditional woven, printed and painted textiles of India. History, characteristics and status oftraditional sarees and shawls of India. Historical background, characteristics and status of traditionalembroideries of India - kasheeda of Kashmir, phulkari and chope of Punjab, chikankari of Uttar Pradesh.Kutch and Kathiawar embroideries of Gujarat, Chamba rumal of Himachal Pradesh, kantha of West Bengal,Manipuri embroidery, embroidery of Haryana, and gold and silver embroidery. Carpets of Kashmir, UttarPradesh, Warangal and Amritsar. Durries of Punjab, Bihar, Bengal and Kerala. Factors affecting diversityof textiles in India and their importance in the present scenario.Practical : Documentation of Indian textiles and embroideries. Preparation of samples of selected traditionalIndian embroideries. Preparation of an article using one of the traditional embroideries.ATS 303 Fundamentals of Fashion Illustrations1 2Sem IITerminology used in fashion industry and for fashion illustrations. Selection of materials for fashion illustration.Principles of sketching fashion figures. Steps in creating movement in figures and achieving proportions.Principles and rules in sketching and proportioning body parts. Different types of silhouettes. Importanceand types of rendering techniques. Role of fashion illustrator and career opportunities.Practical : Basic proportions of human anatomy and fashion figures. Developing figures using figureguides. Drawing hands, legs, feet, faces, hair styles and accessories. Study of garment silhouettes andfolds. Basic sketching of fashion details: collars, sleeves, skirts, pleats, etc. Design development ofgarments for women, men and children's wear. Use of different colour media for rendering illustrations.Techniques of creating textures and patterns.ATS 304 Computer Aided Fashion Designing - I0 3Sem IIIntroduction to the tools of fundamental designing software. Detailed use of pick, shape, free-hand andsmart drawing tools. Colouring the draped garments using interactive tools. Detailed use of fill colour,pattern fill and texture fill dialog. Creating shades in dress with the use of interactive fill and mesh tools.Use of outline colour dialog to draw fashion figures. Designing and draping garments on croquis. Creatingeffects in various silhouettes, preparing the draft for an adult bodice block. Designing of various necklines,collars, sleeves, pockets and accessories. Developing a portfolio.277

ATS 305 Draping and Pattern Making0 3Sem IIIntroduction to draping. Terminology of draping and pattern making. Principles of draping. Equipmentused in draping. Basic silhouettes. Preparation of muslin for draping. Marking of dress form. Drapingbasic front and back bodices and skirt block. Draping of various types of yoke, collars, necklines andsleeves. Principles of pattern making - dart location and manipulation, added fullness and contouring.Different methods of pattern making. Preparation of foundation pattern and adaptation to various designs.Design development and style reading. Drafting patterns of upper and lower garments for different agegroups. Developing commercial patterns. Pattern grading. Fitting problems and pattern corrections.ATS 306 Structural Fabric Designing1 2Sem IIKnitting and weaving industry of India. Study of various types of knitted and woven fabrics. Commondefects in knitted and woven fabrics. Various structural fabric designing techniques used in fabric formationby knitting and weaving.Practical : Preparation of machine knitted samples using combination of knit and purl stitches. Study ofknitting defects and their remedies. Creation and repeat setting of patterns. Construction of one integral/seamless garment. Weaving samples of plain, basket, rib, twill and satin weaves on loom. Patternmaking in plain and twill weave. Preparing a small rug on frame loom. Visit to weaving centres and mills.ATS 401 Apparel Manufacturing1 2Sem IFundamentals of apparel production. Organizational set up of apparel industry. Role of various departmentsin apparel manufacturing. Types of machines, accessories and ancillaries used in apparel manufacturing.Importance of apparel standards and quality control. Introduction to standards, specifications and acceptedquality levels for different apparel products. Different stages of quality control of garments. Importance ofgood fit. Factors affecting a good fit. Fitting problems and their remedies.Practical : Developing paper pattern of bodice block. Designing and construction of garments for differentage groups and special groups. Analyzing fit, fitting problems and correcting fitting problems for upper andlower garments. Construction of prototype garments and their style variations. Preparation of design worksheet and cost sheet of each garment. Visit to apparel manufacturing units.ATS 402 Traditional Costumes of India2 1Sem IHistory of traditional costumes of India. Importance of traditional costumes for textiles and apparel industry.Factors affecting diversity of costumes in India. Costumes of different states of India - Jammu and Kashmir,Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal,Orissa, Assam, Manipur, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Maharashtra.Practical : Documentation of traditional costumes of India. Sketching of four Indian historic costumes andaccessories. Adaptation of traditional costume designs to five different garments of contemporary use.Designing and construction of two costumes. Visit to a museum and art gallery, and report writing.ATS 403 Computer Aided Fashion Designing - II0 2Sem IIntroduction to the tools of advanced designing software. Scalar and vector images. Creating new images,scanning, saving copy, file saving. Collage work. Preparation of inspiration, mood and theme boards.Creating slides, slide design, slide lay out, use of animation schemes. Designing various garments usingCAD software. Preparation of spec sheet. Pattern and marker making of designed garments for various agegroups using CAD software.ATS 404 Textile Decoration Techniques0 2Sem ISurface decoration techniques used in textiles. Types of fabric embellishments. Survey of embellishmentsavailable in the market. Use of various embellishments for surface decoration. Materials used for fabricpainting. Designing through fabric painting and application of 3D-effects. Types of appliqué work. Equipment,material and method used for appliqué work. Designing through patch work. Basic stitches used incrochet work, increasing and decreasing of stitches. Preparation of samples of stitch variations. Crochetedging, insertion and trimmings. Designing and preparation of one crochet article. Preparation of articleby combining various techniques of surface decoration. Cost estimation of the prepared articles.Documentation of designs and portfolio development.278

ATS 405 Textile Designing0 3Sem IAnalysis of structural and applied designs - variation in fibre, yarn and fabric construct

APPAREL AND TEXTILE SCIENCE PROGRAMMES 1. B.Sc.(Hons) - Fashion Designing 2. M. Sc. Fashion Designing 3. M.Sc. 4. Ph.D COURSE REQUIREMENT M. Sc. Fashion Designing Field of specialization Fashion Designing Required courses FD 501, FD 502, FD 503, FD 504, FD 505, FD 506 Supporting courses St