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Diploma in Architecture


In a world which revolves on creating individual identities, fashion and apparel design , as an industry perhaps tops the list of opportunities.

Vision

“Catering individual creativity to the world of fashion, creating the momentum of growing anticipation about the future, where change is embraced as a step closer to that very compelling picture of what’s coming next, to encourage entrepreneurship with the aim of creating employment.”

Mission

• To Empower Students to have Satisfying and Fruitful Career in the Fashion Industry.

• To equip students with basics of fashion industry which would in turn help them pursue higher studies.

• To empower students with ample knowledge to start small scale industries or self help groups.

• To encourage entrepreneurial skills and technical knowledge for national and international fashion centers and apparel industry.



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This programme looks at the core aspects of the industry and is mainly ‘hands-on’ and practically exposure, also developing skills such as imagination, innovation, application, communication and presentations. Multi-skilling is encouraged as it plays such an important role in this trade.


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Diploma in Architecture
Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility : Pass in SSLC / 10th / ’O’ Level from any recognised Board or Council with an aggregate of 35% in Mathematics and Science.

Career Scope :
A diploma qualification in automobile engineering provides a sound grounding for further higher studies or worldwide employment opportunities in automobile industries, where the skill and knowledge of planning, designing, manufacturing and maintenance are concerned. Particularly when India is poised to become one of the top 10 auto manufactures in the next 10 years, this programme offers immense career potential.


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Chairman

Prof. H S S Bhanumurthy

Principal, Administration,
Acharya Polytechnic.

Vice Chairman

Prof. B N Nagendra Kumar

Principal, Academics,
Acharya Polytechnic.

Members

Prof. Ravikishore

Principal,
A.T.D.C.


Mrs. Madhulika

Divisional Merchandising Manager,
Texport Industries private limited.


Prof. Ashwini Atul Joshi

Head of Department,
Department of B.Sc (FAD), AIGS.

 

Ms. Ayesha Siddiqa

Lecturer,
Department of ADFT, AP.


Ms. Khusbu Kumari Gupta

Lecturer,
Department of ADFT, AP.

Student Representatives

Ms. Nagashree

Alumni,
Department of ADFT, AP.


Mr. Siddarth

Alumni,
Department of ADFT, AP.

 

Ms. Malavika K M

V Semester Student,
Department of ADFT, AP.


Mr. Rahul C

V Semester Student,
Department of ADFT, AP.


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1. Graduates of Automobile Engineering use and apply core mathematical and analytical techniques to facilitate problem formulation and solution of Automotive Engineering problems.

2. Automobile Engineering Graduates analyse new technical challenges and create technical advancements in the automotive industry and also synthesize.

3. Graduates identify complex systems of vehicles as from technical and social perspectives through a broad platform in automotive engineering.

3. Graduates of Automobile Engineering evaluate Automotive Systems and products in terms of direct use and lifecycle analysis and take Environmental and Economic aspects into consideration.


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1. Participate creatively in the “Engineering Design Process” of complex automotive engineering design problems at conceptual and detail design stages.

2. Apply good engineering practice to the critical comparison and selection of manufacturing processes and materials for the production of automotive engineering components.

3. Demonstrate the ability to apply scientific and engineering principles to the solution of practical problems of automotive systems and processes; with an emphasis on the relevance of theory and analysis, including the ability to develop and use models from which the behaviour of the physical world can be predicted.

4. Demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge in order to analyse data and solve problems in a logical, practical and concise manner.

5. Learn independently and apply that skill in order to extend the subject knowledge base or apply acquired knowledge to novel situations in an engineering environment.

6. Critical review of the present knowledge base, its applicability, usage and relevance to enhance product and enterprise performance.

7. To prepare students for successful careers in automotive and ancillary industries that meets demands across the globe.

8. To promote students, the awareness of the life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.