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October 2019

JD INSTITUTE, GOA PARTNERS WITH BITS GOA FOR WAVES’19  JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Goa is the proud Education Partner of Waves’19, an annual inter-college cultural fest organized by BITS Pilani, Goa from 31st October 2019 to 3rd November 2019, centred around the theme "En Voyage on Uncharted Ventures". The fest will witness a potpourri of talented, creative and skill driven students from across the

INKTOBER COMES TO JD INSTITUTE Inktober is a month long art challenge that takes place every year in the month of October and was introduced by artist Jake Parker Back in 2009. The focus of the initiative is to encourage amateur, aspiring or established artists to develop art and design based skills alongwith having fun along the way. The challenge is a framework that revolves

DESIGNURU – ECOLOGICAL DESIGN IDEAS EXHIBITION ‘Designuru’, a design based festival was organised by the Institute of Indian Interior Designers (IIID), Bengaluru Regional Chapter at Rangoli Metro Art Centre, M.G. Road from 13th – 18th October 2019. Police Commissioner  Mr. Bhaskar Rao, inaugurated the festival. The initiative aimed to create a dialogue among the urban residents from the context of history and preservation, urban

JEDIIIANS CAPTURING THE NEW AUTUMN/WINTER’19 COLLECTION AT RAYMOND Raymond conducted a photography competition at their flagship store in Indiranagar to introduce their new Ready-To-Wear Autumn Winter’19 Collection - “Capturing Moments”. The competition was open to enthusiastic student photographers from Art and Design colleges from selected city. JD Institute of Fashion Technology was among the participating colleges for the Competition. The students were given liberty

JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore organised an industrial visit for the 1st semester of Bsc in Fashion and Apparel Design students to Reid & Taylor Industries Private Limited, Nanjangud on 10th October 2019. The purpose of the visit was to gain a practical overview of their module “Fibre and Yarn Science”. The students were accompanied by their faculties Mr. Srinivasa Prasad, Ms. Pallavi

 The students of Diploma in Interior Design April 2019 Batch, set up a product display wherein they applied the elements and principles of design to create table settings. The students were divided in two groups and created two table settings each. ORCHID ROAD The first group named their collection Orchid Road which was derived from Orchard Road, Singapore’s famous one way 2.2.km stretch shopping street. Purple was the colour theme used in the set-up inspired by the orchid flower. In order