On 10th Aug Monday the owner of Blaze makeup studio, Mrs. Shweta Deshmukh had arranged a Bridal makeup competition for the beauticians in Pune. The guests present in the function were renowned bollywood artists like Ms. Rutuja Shinde actress of Marathi movie Online Binline, Mr. Mukesh Kaneri the director of Nashik Film Festival, Ms. Aparna Desai Actress in serials and Kamlakar Bokil photographer. Around 50 beauticians from pune had participated in the competition.

The Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology (SIFT) located at Sadashiv Peth had received the opportunity to perform with fashion shows at the programme. The second year and third year bachelor students had presented two fashion shows. The second year student’s fashion show theme was “Art Diary - The Sun Temple”. The theme inspiration was taken by Sun temples motifs and the designs were printed on Western silhouettes. Total 10 Garments were designed and stitched by the students. The third year student’s fashion show theme was “Traditional Twist.” The theme inspiration was taken from the Old Sarees and were designed and stitched into western patterns. Total 11 Patterns were presented by B.Sc 2nd Year Students.

A total of around 20 SIFT students had participated in the show. The complete show was of 20 minutes including two fashion shows.

Suryadatta Group of Institute had organized a visit to the NDA

On 31st July, Suryadatta Group of Institute had organized a visit to the NDA .The students participated were of SIFT,PIAT and Interior we were around 300 students. It was the best opportunity to visit to NDA. The programme started with visit to the central mess. The cadets mess is one of the exclusive symbol of solidarity and brotherhood among cadets. The mess can accommodate over 2100 cadets at a time. The entrance is made of Belgian glass doors with mythological "Horn of plenty" artistically etched up on it. The inner walls are decorated with flags, mounted sword and paintings, Gadgets and appliances include the ice-cream machine, The chapati making machine, over and a specious cold storage. Great personalities’ like the Prime Minister, President and Queen Elizabeth were hosted with dinner at central mess. They gave us general diets schedule of the cadets consuming food daily.

The next visit was to Habibullah Hall where we watched the documentary. The information of cadets daily routines, training etc . Habibullah Hall named in honor of the first commandant for NDA museum. The NDA museum, a veritable treasure house of antique memorabilia, archives and splendid exhibits carefully preserved and maintained. The Museum include sword of Capital Console Fernandez of Cordoba. An original stone Age Weapons, an Ivory Dinner Gong, Flag and many others. Next our visit was to the Equitation Training team. It is housed inside a beautiful complex with red stone horseshoe shaped entrance near the Pashan Gate. The Stables have 168 finest horses.

Then we visited ti the training center for the Air force cadets. We saw an Air Craft and they gave us information about the Air craft and their training. The overall experience was amazing and we would love to visit once again.

Report On Rice Plantation

Suryadatta Group Of Institute and One Day Helping Hand NGO had organized a visit to Velhe for Rice Plantation. The students Participated were SIFT, PIAT and Interior .We were around 300 students. It was the best opportunity to visit the farms. All Students were excited to meet the farmers and do the rice plantation.India, a country which faces a major water crisis, the world's large strice cultivator. We received the information from the farmers about the system of rice cultivation that is ensuring wider space between rice seedling, which leads to more growth of rice plants. Preferring compost, manure or synthesis fertilizer. They also manage water levels carefully so that the plants roots are not rotted and also to avoid floating of the plant. Our farmers prove that the system of rice intensification improve productivity because rice is the main source of directly consumed calories for about half the world's population. The climate required for the growth of rice is monsoon season and plenty of moisture available. All the students were divided into several groups of about 10 to 15 students in each group. Each group was responsible for cultivating rice in the particular farms allotted to them and also helping the farmers. The farmers were very happy with the students performance. Therefore they gave sweets to all the students. ABP MAZA was also present there to cover the whole visit. This visit is also published in various local newspapers like Sakal, Lokmat, Maharashtra Times, etc. The overall experience was very nice we would love to visit once again, To Give One Day To Help The Farmers.

SIFT has Organized an exhibition cum sale named F-OTO-WOOD

Tie-dye is a modern term invented in the mid-1960s in the United States for a set of ancient resist-dyeing techniques, and for the products of these processes. The process of tie-dye typically consists of folding, twisting, pleating, or crumpling fabric or a garment and binding with string or rubber bands, followed by application of dyes. The manipulations of the fabric prior to application of dye are called resists, as they partially or completely prevent the applied dye from coloring the fabric. Tie-dye can be used to create a wide variety of designs on fabric, from standard patterns such as the spiral, peace sign, diamond, and the marble effect to beautiful works of art.

On 20th Oct 2015, the SIFT (Suryadatta Institute on Fashion Technology) had conducted a workshop on Tie and Dye techniques for the students. The workshop was taken by Mrs. Sheetal Athalye (SIFT, Faculty).

In the workshop, around 12 different techniques of Tie and Dye were shown which are as follows:-

  1. Marbelling
  2. Knotting
  3. Twist and tie
  4. Rouching
  5. Leharia
  6. Chevron
  7. Folding
  8. Border
  9. Batik effect/ Spider Web
  10. Pegging
  11. Stitching
  12. Binding

SIFT has arranged a visit to Mumbai at kala ghoda festival and colaba market

Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology & Mass Communication has arranged a visit to Mumbai at kala ghoda festival and colaba market. Visit was held on 10th February 2015.

We started by pragati express at 7.45 am from pune station and we reach to Mumbai central at 10.30 am. First we visited to kala ghoda festival which is near to Jahangir art gallery walk able distance from Mumbai central.

Kala ghoda festival is about showcasing the different art forms from all over India. Festival has showcased different themes such as Clean Mumbai installation by hindusthan Times based on Swaccha bharat theme, Vertical Mayhem for marshalls wall coverings, Last drop foe BSF, touch of life based on a camel in jute with taps depicts water conservation. Apart from this different stall from different states with their art forms like appliqué work bed sheets, Gujarat embroidery saris and dress materials, accessory stalls ets.

Immediately after this moved to colaba market which is famous for antique accessories, purses, chappals, wall hangings etc and after this we return to Mumbai central station to catch a deccan express at 5 pm and reached pune station by 8.30 pm.

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