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Ministry of Textiles sponsors IAM UG/PG Programmes
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Jul '08
Institute of Apparel Management (IAM) under the aegis of AEPC (Apparel Export Promotion Council), sponsored by Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India Programmes (August, 2008 onwards):-

PG Programmes:
• Apparel Marketing & Merchandising (18 months full time)
• Entrepreneurship Programme for Apparel Industry (18 months full time)
• Apparel Export Merchandising (1 year full time)
• Apparel Retail Merchandising & Store Operations (1 year full time) UG Programme in association with Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia
• Fashion & Textiles Merchandising-Bachelor of Applied Science (2+1 year full-time UG Programme)

Eligibility for PG Programmes:- Graduation in any discipline or 3 years recognized diploma (after 10+2)
Eligibility for UG Programme:- 10+2 in any discipline from a recognized board of education

Summer Placements with reputed Fashion & Apparel companies like Bharti, Big Bazaar, Blackberrys, Benetton, Ebony, Fusion, Impulse, ITC, Lacoste, Lifestyle, Marks & Spencer, Maya Exports, Modelama, Nee Tee Clothing, Orient Craft, Pantaloon, Pee Empro, Reliance, Technopak, Triburg, Vishal Retail etc. in the functional areas of Buying & Merchandising, Store Operations, Visual Merchandising, Product Development & Marketing Research.

The Institute has initiated partnerships and training agreement with international institutes in fashion & apparel management arena such as Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; LDT, Nagold, Germany; Lasalle College of Arts, Singapore and London College of Fashion, UK.

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