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Tie & Dye

Vocational Courses developed and prepared to professionally upgrade a student for starting their own Small Scale industry in Tie-dye.

Tie-Dye (Download Prospectus)

A Vocational home Craft which can be started at home at no cost at all, it is  an extremely simple craft were Tie-and-dye patterns are greatly enhanced when the craft is carried out on a length of cloth, dyed with areas of plain colour or texture it. These can be placed at random, or planned to fit in with the proposed design. In the main background shapes and textures are obtained by adapting the normal methods of tie-dyeing so that larger areas can be patterned more easily and quickly. For making superimposed pattern, really large scale shapes look good, as they form a frame for the background texture. A creativity which can be developed with an open mind and wish to excel in life.


Course Structure:
Course Code
Course Title
No. of Credits
MTD 101
MCC 241
Culture & Religion - II
MCC 242
Co-curricular Activities



Module Title:  Tie & Dye
Course No.: MTD 102                                   
Credits: 09
Unit 1
Introduction to Tie & Dye
Unit 2
Historical Background
Unit 3
Employment Opportunities
Unit 4
The Dyeing Process, Bleaching
Unit 5
Colour Theory
Unit 6
Dyes & their affinity to Fabrics
Unit 7
The process of Tie-Dye
Unit 8
Equipment & Materials to be used for Tie & Dye
Unit 9
Identification of Fabric
Unit 10
Tie & Dye on Synthetics
Unit 11
Pre treatment of Natural Fabric
Unit 12
Dyes – Basic, Direct, Acid
Unit 13
Dyes – Vat
Unit 14
Textures – Marbling,
Unit 15
Texturing - Twisting & Coiling
Unit 16
Knotting – Length, Square,
Unit 17
Knotting – Triangle, All over Design
Unit 18
Binding –Fastening off Methods, Untying, Slip Knot, Dyed Binding Threads.
Unit 19
Binding – Stripes or bands, Circles, Spots, Clamp Tying,
Unit 20
Folding – Simple Stripes, Edge Stripes, Folded Square,
Unit 21
Folding – Rope tying, Stripes, Diagonal
Unit 22
Sewing Technique or Tritik – on Single Cloth, Double Cloth
Unit 23
Sewing Technique or Tritik - Oversewing
Unit 24
Using Cords & Ropes
Unit 25
A Pleated Oval
Unit 26
Ruching – Band of Texture
Unit 27
Ruching Oval and Diamond Patterns
Unit 28
Chevron - Spiral Folding Method
Unit 29
Dyed Background
Unit 30
Several Techniques in one Design























Course Number: MCC 241,
Class: All Modular programmes
Status of Course: Core, Approved since session: 2012-13
Total Credits:0.5, Min.pds. /Module: 8
Vedic–Literature: Introduction to Ved, Upnishad, Jain Darshan, Hindi and Urdu Literature,  Adi kal & Bhakti Kal, Preaching of Gita and Sant Mat.
Introduction to Vedic Darshan, Shastra
(a) Theistic and Non Theistic philosphies (b) Jainism (c) Buddhism.
(a) Zoroastrianism (b) Judaism (c) Christianity (d) Islam and Sufism.
(a) The Bhakti Renaissance (b) Teachings of Kabir and Guru Nanak Dev (c) Radha Soami Faith.
Institute Publication – Cultural Education
Institute Publication - Comparative Study of Religion
Course Number: MCC 242
Class: All Modular Level Programmes
Status of course: Core course, Approved from session: 2012-13
Total Credits: 0.5, Min. Pds. /Sem.: 8
To encourage students in cultural activities viz. Dramatics & Music   Competition, Games & Sports and literary activities viz. Hindi & English Essays, Hindi & English Debate Competition to have overall personality development of the student