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National Institute of Fashion Technology
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The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) is the premier institution of fashion education in India. Established in 1986, NIFT has evolved as a Centre of Excellence and has been accorded statutory status under the act of Parliament of India in 2006. Presently, it has fifteen professionally managed centres at Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Jodhpur, Kangra, Kannur, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Patna, Raebareli and Shillong.

NIFT has collaborations with leading fashion institutes and organizations across the globe. Each NIFT Centre has a Resource Centre (RC) and all the fifteen RCs are co-ordinated by the National Resource Centre (NRC). RCs have developed rich collections of print sources in the form of books, monographs and periodicals. Access to leading online databases in the areas of design, management and technology are offered to the users through centralized services of NRC. RCs also have rich repositories of non-print materials including digital and analog learning sources, textiles, costumes and fashion accessories. Each RC caters to the information needs of the students and faculty of NIFT.

The Resource Centres also provide fee-based information services to local industry and entrepreneurs as well as the researchers, faculty and students of other educational institutions. The link to the union catalogue below enables you to access catalogues of print, digital and other non-print learning resources of all the fifteen Resource Centres of NIFT. You can also search the catalogue of each Resource Centre through its hyperlink.





राष्ट्रीय फैशन प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान (निफ्ट) भारत में फैशन शिक्षा का प्रमुख संस्थान है. 1986 में स्थापित, निफ्ट उत्कृष्टता के एक केन्द्र के रूप में विकसित किया गया है और 2006 में भारत की संसद के अधिनियम के तहत सांविधिक दर्जा प्रदान किया गया है. वर्तमान में, यह पन्द्रह केंद्रों जैसे बंगलौर, भोपाल, भुवनेश्वर, चेन्नई, गांधीनगर, हैदराबाद, जोधपुर, कांगड़ा, कन्नूर, कोलकाता, मुंबई, नई दिल्ली, पटना, रायबरेली और शिलांग है. निफ्ट अग्रणी फैशन संस्थानों और दुनिया भर में संगठनों के साथ सहयोग किया है.

प्रत्येक निफ्ट सेंटर में एक संसाधन केंद्र है और सभी पंद्रह संसाधन केंद्र राष्ट्रीय संसाधन केंद्र द्वारा समन्वित किये जाते है. प्रत्येक संसाधन केंद्र में किताबें, मोनोग्राफों और पत्रिकाओं के रूप में प्रिंट सूत्रों का समृद्ध संग्रह को विकसित किया गया है. संसाधन केंद्र भी डिजिटल और एनालॉग सीखने के स्रोतों, वस्त्र, परिधान और फैशन के सामान सहित गैर मुद्रित सामग्री के समृद्ध संसाधन है.

प्रत्येक संसाधन केंद्र छात्रों और निफ्ट के संकाय की जानकारी की जरूरत को पूरा करता है. संसाधन केन्द्र शुल्क आधारित जानकारी, स्थानीय उद्योग के लिए सेवाओं और उद्यमियों के साथ ही शोधकर्ताओं, शिक्षकों और अन्य शैक्षिक संस्थानों के छात्रों को प्रदान करते हैं. संघ सूची लिंक और निफ्ट के सभी पन्द्रह संसाधन केंद्रों के संसाधनों सीखने गैर प्रिंट अन्य प्रिंट की सूची, उपयोग करने के लिए सक्षम बनाता है. आप भी अपने हाइपरलिंक के माध्यम से प्रत्येक संसाधन केन्द्र की सूची खोज सकते हैं.

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Business of fashion- Dresses for occasions, a penchant for the new Saint Laurent and Loewe bags – Le Mill co-founder Cecilia Morelli-Parikh decodes the Indian luxury shopperSaturday, May 20, 2017; - THE HINDU, Delhi
Already suffering, Uttar Pradesh leather industry takes another setback- Reduced supply, little work as crackdown on slaughterhouses comes on top of export slowdown and closure of tanneries over environmental concernsWednesday, May 17, 2017; - THE INDIAN EXPRESS, NEW DELHI
#CottonIsCool, thanks to the textiles minister- Wednesday, May 17, 2017; - Hindustan Times, New Delhi Edition
Master and the muse- From learning about shoulders from Glenn Close to proportions from Michelle Obama, Bibhu Mohapatra says women have shaped his evolution as a designerSaturday, May 13, 2017; - THE HINDU, Delhi
Flipkart hikes Myntras annual budget by 25%- Thursday, May 11, 2017; - THE ECONOMIC TIMES, DELHI
Drawing history- a decade-long exchange between Warli painters in Maharashtra and UK artists finds new ways to tell the stories of an ancient tribeMonday, May 8, 2017; - THE INDIAN EXPRESS, NEW DELHI
An eye for talent- Fashion stylist and choreographer Prasad Bidapa talks ...Wednesday, May 3, 2017; - THE HINDU, Delhi
Beat Infections with paper clothing- New Sanitizing Technology sets stage for self sterilizing fabric Wednesday, May 3, 2017; - THE TIMES OF INDIA, CHENNAI






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