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6. Functions of Institute.

The functions of the Institute shall be

(i) to nurture and promote quality and excellence in education and research in area of fashion technology;

(ii) to lay down courses leading to graduate and post-graduate degrees, doctoral and post-doctoralcourses and research in area of fashion technology;

(iii) to hold examinations and grant degrees in area of fashion technology;

(iv) to confer honorary degrees, awards or other distinctions in area of fashion technology;

(v) to cooperate with educational or other institutions in any part of the world having objects wholly or partly similar to those of the Institute by exchange of faculty members and scholars and generally in such manner as may be conducive to their common objective;

(vi) to conduct courses for teachers, fashion technologists and other professionals;

(vii) to undertake research and studies in area of fashion technology and application thereof, particularly concerning the integration of locally produced materials, the requirements of mass production, improved quality and design and international marketing;

(viii) to collect and maintain literature and materials available in area of fashion technology so as to develop a modern information centre within the country;

(ix) to create a central faculty of fashion technology resource and analysis for use by the researchers;

(x) to have a centre to experiment and innovate and to train persons in the area of fashion technology;

(xi) to develop an international centre for creation and transmission of information in the area of fashion technology, with focus on educational, professional and industrial commitments;

(xii) to develop a multi-disciplinary approach in carrying out research and training in area of fashion technology so that the larger interests of the profession, academia and fashion industry are better served;

(xiii) to organise national or international symposia, seminars, conferences and exhibitions in selected area of fashion technology, from time to time;

(xiv) to arrange courses catering to the special needs of the developing countries;

(xv) to act as a nucleus for interaction between academia and industry by encouraging exchange of fashion technologists and other technical staff between the Institute and the industry and by undertaking sponsored and funded research as well as consultancy projects by the Institute;

(xvi) to provide technical assistance to artisans, craftsmen, manufacturers, designers and exporters of fashion products; and

(xvii) to carry out any other activity in the area of fashion technology not specifically listed above.

National Institute of Fashion Technology Act, 2006 Back

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