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Challenge your creativity an Fashion Designer
Start your career in a fast-growing industry.
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100% Placement Opportunity

Our assistance will continue till you get your dream job and the aimed success.

48 years of Expertise

Being a Pillai venture, our experience into the field has driven us the success we need.

Free Tailoring Course

Learn advance photography worth Rs. 15,000 FREE. You can acquire a hobby and passion.


Flexible Timing

Now students and working professionals can learn. We hold classes on the weekends too.

Expert Faculties

Our mentors are experienced in teaching with an average experienced of 8 years.

Industry Partnerships

Tommy Hilfiger, Shopper Stop, Killer Jeans, FabIndia, Westside, Biba, Pantaloons, Vero moda

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Degree In Fashion Designer

Eligibility: 10+2, or equivalent, in any discipline, with minimum 50% marks

Courses Overview:The three year B.Sc. Degree in Fashion Designing is a focused specialization programme. Designers’ Institute is affiliated to Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University. The core curriculum incorporates design management, garment construction, pattern drafting, research development.

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Diploma In Fashion Designer

Eligibility: 10th, or equivalent, in any discipline, with minimum 50% marks

Courses Overview:Students of basic and advanced fashion design diploma are offered comprehensive study programme. The course develops their creativity and enhances their design application. We prepare students to emerge as successful fashion designers.

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What Students Say ?

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Ashwini Borate

"Taking the diploma in Fashion Design has proven to be a great decision for me. It has enabled me to grow on a professional level. Each of us students is pushed to our limits. We work hard but have fun."

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Aaliya Chowdhary

"My passion lies in designing garments to transform the way people look. The fashion designing diploma course has helped me learn how. I gained knowledge in theory and practical aspect of fashion design."