Asked QuestionFrequently Asked Questions?

Answers for some common queries.

  • How do I apply for the course?
    You can visit any of our GITD campuses and apply in person or fill in the application form on our website.
  • What are the criteria to do a fashion design course at GITD?
    You need to have completed your XII or 10th Std examinations and scored a minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
  • What is the difference between a BSc and a diploma in fashion design?
    A bachelor's degree is awarded by colleges and universities. A diploma focuses on making students ready for the job industry. Being a more comprehensive degree, a bachelor's degree focuses more on theoretical academic knowledge. A diploma has lower entry requirements.
  • Does all the learning take place only in the classroom?
    To ensure our students receive a thorough education, we organize field visits to centres of textile and garment production, museums and select arts and craft locations that will serve as inspiration while designing.
  • Do you offer placements to students who complete the course?
    We have set up a placement cell and have a dedicated team that helps GITD students get placed in their dream job. Though we are well connected with the fashion industry, students need to clear the company’s interview rounds and prove why they are the right candidate for the job.
  • How is GITD School of Design different from other design schools?
    Our modules have the perfect blend of the past, present and future of fashion design. Each topic is dealt with in detail be it fabric analysis, garment construction techniques, merchandising, or principles of design… and we constantly give the students assignments to ensure they have grasped the concepts well. Our faculty consists of facilitators who have experience working in the industry as well as teaching fashion design. We offer our students a state-of-the-art facility fitted with the latest equipment and advanced software to ensure our students have access to the best while mastering fashion design concepts. We organize field visits to ensure that our students are in constant touch with what is trending in the industry. Our placement cells help place students with big companies. While we expect our students to put in a lot of hard work, we also ensure that they have fun while studying.
  • Does GITD provide scholarships for students?
    Yes. Gitd fashion design institute helped to provide scholarships. Getting a scholarship takes away all your financial concerns.
  • How can I contact GITD for more details?
    Please visit the GITD Website to know more about it. Email is probably the most popular contact method and also other social media like Facebook, and Instagram please visit your nearest GITD branch.
  • Does the institute offer Hostel facilities or help in arranging accommodation for outstation students?
    Yes. We provide nice knowledge about fashion. and also provide accommodation for all. Co-workers behave friendly, and the management is good. The accommodation provides students with a sense of belonging and security, which can encourage them to take on the risks and challenges of higher education and to achieve the associated academic and life growth.
  • I have heard GITD has given 100% placements to its students. This is unbelievable. Are you doing it?
    Training and Placement is an integral part of GITD. Placement is a decisive factor in the successful completion of any coursework at the graduate or postgraduate level. It is a dream of every student to get placed at the top. We provide placement-oriented courses.
  • Is GITD providing any help to students who are willing to open their own businesses?
    Yes, Gitd is mostly giving importance to ladies. so gitd staffs and management also provide any help and support for them.
  • Is GITD s syllabus changing every year?
    Usually, Syllabus changes every two years.
  • Why are GITD s fees so less than other colleges?
    Comfort is the topmost priority. A lot of students prefer GITD Institution because of its low fees. it was established to develop skills to bring women into the mainstream of society and attain financial independence.
  • What tools are used by GITD fashion designing institutions?
    Adobe Illustrator is the standard for fashion students. Its a vector graphics editor that can cover all facets of fashion design, from sketching to patternmaking to logo ideation. Illustrator and Photoshop are two of the most utilized CAD (computer-aided design) programs utilized in the industry.
  • What are the specialities Of the fashion designing course in GITD?
    Pursuing a fashion designing course will extensively enable you to understand the working of the fashion industry collaboratively – fashion design history, clothing textiles, sketching and drawing of outfits, fashion events, managing a fashion house etc. Fashion is unfathomably and adorable art.
  • Can I do the fashion design course online?
    Candidates can choose to pursue online Fashion Designing courses in popular specialisations such as Draping, Pattern Making, and paintings. GITD is possible to start learning various skills in fashion designing courses online while you are at home.
  • Can I join a fashion design course if I am not good at drawing?
    You can pursue a fashion design course even without basic knowledge of drawing. During the course, you will learn how to draw figures using pencils and rulers.
  • Can I join a fashion design course even if I am not good at English?
    We have different courses for you. For most of the courses, only basic knowledge of English is required. The candidate should be able to follow the lectures or notes given in the class.
  • What support will I receive during the course?
    When you register for a course, you will be assigned your tutors and be given login details to the student area of our website called the Online Learning Centre. Your supportive tutors will guide you through the learning process and you can contact them directly by email or through the forum which can be accessed through the Online Learning Centre. If you have any issues or questions about the Online Learning Centre, your payments, your student card or upgrading your course, you can contact Student Services.