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Education in fashion

The Institute of Apparel Management launched its multi-varsity academic programme at a function held at the Apparel House recently. The function was attended by high priestess of fashion Ritu Kumar, brand promoter of Kimaya, Pradeep Hirani; the Dean of FMS University of Delhi Prof J K Mitra; Chairman of IAM Premal Udani and Chairman of Apparel House H K Magu, apart from other host of other dignitaries.

The function turned out to be the perfect platform for unleashing a new fashion education paradigm. During the launch function, Darlie Koshy, DG IAM announced the setting up of India’s first fashion innovation lab to enable the students to be trained on a digital platform from ‘concept to consumer’.  The focus will be on developing designers and merchandisers to work on virtual prototyping tools and for undertaking product development and innovation. Koshy informed that the next wave will be in fashion innovation, in an emerging lifestyle context across the world.

 Ritu Kumar advised the students to delve deep into India’s heritage and discover new concepts and ideas for making Indian fashion stand out. Her life’s journey itself is an example of such a quest. Professor J K Mitra underlined the need for connecting culture and consumer behaviour for the Indian consumers.

Orientation programme

The School of Management for Infrastructure and Development Strategies - India (MINDS), a division of STEM and an Extension Centre of VTU, recently organised a special function to mark the commencement of the fifth batch of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Infrastructure Management (PGDIM) and second batch of the MBA in Infrastructure Management. The function was presided over by J Crasta, president, FKCCI.  The inaugural function was followed by a five-day orientation programme for the new batches.

The opening session was conducted by Padmabhushan Prof N S Ramaswamy, National
Professor and Management Guru, spoke on Self Development on Ethical, Moral Values and Ancient Thought and Wisdom.

This was followed by several other sessions that was highly informative.

Do the dude?

It’s a whole new generation out there, with their own way of thinking, dressing and reacting. What’s more they have their own language, which sounds familiar yet
very alien to many of us. Every week Metrolife will feature one common lingo used by the Gen Y.

Dude: This lingo is really an old one and is used to address an individual. For example, “Dude, where are you going?”
The word ‘dudette’ is also used to address a woman, but very rarely. At times this word is also used as an exclamation for something very astonishing or amazingly cool.
But the tone in which it is used makes the difference. For example, when someone says , “Dude, we need to talk,” he or she means business. At the same time if one says, “Duuuuuude, that’s really sweet,” they are amazed.

Auditions at campuses 

The season of champions is here with another edition of the annual hunt for the new kings and queens of radio, Radio One College Champions. Auditions will start on August 24, with the Radio One team hitting the campuses of Jyoti  Nivas College, MS Ramaiah College Of Arts, Science and Commerce, Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College, Vijaya College, Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian College, MES College, Mount Carmel College, Sindhi College and Seshadipuram College.


Is there any event or festival happening in your college? Do let us know in advance by writing in brief about the nature of the event, date and time. You can also send the post event release and pictures.  Write to dhmetro@ deccanherald.co.in   


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