Students of Suryadatta pledge to take care of their parents during their entire life after their visit to Old-age Home

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In our Indian Culture, it is our tradition to treat the parents like Gods. In real life do we really follow such rich heritage?  To have the insight and to realize the bitter facts of life and thereby to make the students understand their duties towards their parents, Suryadatta Group Of Institutes organized a visit of their students of Fashion Design & Interior Design discipline to Janaseva Foundation’s Old Age Home at Ambi near Panchshet Dam, Pune.

Suryadatta Education Foundation organized a visit to ‘Janaseva Foundation’s – an Old-age Home’ for students of Interior Design & Fashion Design Department.

This Visit was organized keeping in mind to make the students aware & realize the bitter fact of life & to know how important it is to be internally strong in order to keep once surrounding strong & supportive. Also to know the importance of our parents in our life.

It was also needed to make students understand the space design from the oldage people’s point of view & their requirements related to interior space & their daily wear outfits suiting to their age & comfort level.

‘Janaseva Foundation’s Oldage Home’ is located at Ambi near Panchshet Dam, Pune. It is located in a refreshing nature’s womb. It is been established at the year 1985 by Dr. Vinod Shah, M.D., renowned Gastroenterologist, associated with many prominent hospitals in the city is the founder-chairman of Janaseva Foundation. A highly accomplished physician and teacher of medicine, by overpowering inner urge to be of service to the India’s poor, sick and the powerless people who needed it most got the better of him and he founded the Janaseva Foundation in 1988.

Almost 180-200 old age people are residing there. All the necessary care has been taken by the Janaseva committee members from their daily leaving, food, cloths & shelter. A daily time table has been followed for these people, which includes their daily exercise, resting, meals, different entertaining activities, maintaining their hobbies etc.

The Founder Dr. Vinod Shah .has taken a great efforts & initiative in Contributing to this great Social cause. Students were emotionally touched by meeting these innocent old people & learned a lot from them. More over these old people were extremely happy & pleased to meet & spend time with these young & enthusiastic children.

At the departure time our Principle Mr. Ajit Shinde addressed everyone & spreaded the sweetness he felt by singing a song. Everyone took an oath of being supportive & helpful to their parents in their further life ahead. All & all it was a memorable & learning visit for everyone. 

Candle Making

  

Candle is made from wax. Candles are made by using different types of molds. A variety of decorative candles are made with the help of molds. Candles are very useful in day to day life. For e.g. : Birthday, At temples for prayer. Also candles are used during power cuts. Aside to this different types of decorative candles can be used for decoration purpose. In festive seasons candles can be used instead of oil lamps, which will save resources like oil, which is most expensive nowadays. Manufacturing and preparing decorative candles is the most easiest and low cost business which can be effective as well as profitable.

Contemporary Saree Draping



Draping a Saree for many women in India is well known but the different appealing styles to drape a simple Saree bringing a fascinating look is something all women will find interesting.There are numerous ways to drape up a saree in styles and concepts of a specific theme dressing, Saree draping can be very fun.

Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology organized A Contemporary Saree Draping Workshop on the coming occasion of Navratri on 21thOctober 2015, for the students. The workshop is taken by Swapnali Kulkarni (SIFT, Faculty). 9 types of modern drapes were demonstrated to the students with according to the figure, occasion and type of saree by adding different tips about draping.

Types of drapes shown in workshop are

  1. Modern Koorgi Style 1
  2. Modern Koorgi Style 2
  3. Silkan Style
  4. Mermaid Style
  5. Koorgi Bhojpuri combo Style
  6. Mumtaj Style
  7. Sareas one piece Style
  8. Deppika padukon Style
  9. New drape – fully draped

Quilting

  

Quilting is the process of sewing of two or more layers of fabric together to padded material, usually to create a quilt or quilted garment. Typically, quilting is done with three layers: the top fabric or quilt top, batting or insulating material and backing material. The process of quilting uses a needle and thread to join two or more layers of material to make a quilt. The quilter's hand or sewing machine passes the needle and thread through all layers and then brings the needle back up. The process is repeated across the entire area where quilting is wanted. Quilting is done to create bed spreads, art quilt wall hangings, clothing, and a variety of textile products. Quilting can make a project thick, or with dense quilting, can raise one area so that another stands out.

Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology organized Workshop Quilting on 27th October 2015, for the students.

  1. Machine Quilting
  2. Trapunto Quilting
  3. Italian Quilting
  4. Paint Quilting
  5. Outline Quilting

Origami



Origami, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper" (kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word "origami" is used as an inclusive term for all folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. The goal is to transform a flat sheet square of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques.

The small number of basic origami folds can be combined in a variety of ways to make intricate designs. In general, these designs begin with asquare sheet of paper whose sides may be of different colors, prints, or patterns.

Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology organized A Workshop on ORIGAMI .The use of origami dresses and boxes in different presentation, conceptualization of ideas are shared in the workshop.

Types of origami products shown in workshop are

  1. Origami Dress pattern 1
  2. Origami Dress pattern 2
  3. Origami Box
  4. Small paper bag type 1
  5. Small paper bag type 2
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