Course Duration: 3 months
Course Fees: Rs. 1,350/-
Course Eligibility: 5th Pass

Clothing is one of the basic needs of human beings and people are increasingly fashion conscious. With changes in fashion and style, the cutting and stitching of garments also change. Keeping in view the market demand and changes in fashion design and technology, courses on cutting, tailoring and dress making have been suitably devised within the structure of non formal education. The beneficiaries are neo-literates and people with low education levels. Besides, in India, girls/women are expected to know tailoring to fulfil basic stitching requirements at home. Stitching of garments at home is a money saving device for lower middle income groups. Tailoring is also a vocation for self employment.

With the tailoring course offered at PVTRI, trainees will get a diploma in tailoring or Silai. This course is perfect for both those who are new to tailoring or want to brush up on their skills. Trainees will learn about the different types of fabrics, how to measure a person for specific items of clothing, and the basics of machine and hand sewing. Both theory and practice are integrated into the course. The certificate course can lead to an advanced tailoring course that will help the trainees take their skills to the next level.

Course Features

Learn custom patterns with advanced techniques

Cut and stitch variety of garments

Find employment with in-demand skills

Course Features

Theory and practical

In-house, on-the-job

Internship at local beauty

Course Outcomes

After completion of this Short-Term Course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify various parts of the treadle sewing machine and operate it
  • Develop patterns for various upper and lower garments
  • Draft basic blocks of various patterns as per specifications
  • Undertake cutting of a variety of fabrics
  • Undertake pattern making, stitching, and finishing of a variety of garments
  • They may learn the technicalities of different necklines, sleeves, collars for a variety of garments like skirts, tops, and maxis, kameez with darts, princess line, with kali, six piece, umbrella with yoke, overlap style; salwar with waistband, salwar patyala, dhoti style, Punjabi parallels and bell bottom style trousers; sari blouses including plain with waist belt, semi katori blouse, katori blouse, raglan sleeves, high neck, kimono style, and halter neck
  • They can learn the sewing of other garments like baby suit, bloomers, baby Frocks, nightgowns, housecoats, Men’s shirts, kurtas, and trousers

How to Apply

We have 20 seats per batch, beginning in the months of April, July, October and January. Aspirants may register directly at the institute at that time in accordance with the procedure given on this site.

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