Whistling Woods International School of Fashion
There is a huge gap between Indian and international fashion studies
Fibre2Fashion: From films to fashion, what led to this trajectory? When did Whistling Woods School of Fashion start and what was the thought behind it?
Fibre2Fashion: How do you intend to deal with competition from established names in the field? What is your USP?
Fibre2Fashion: How different is your syllabus from that of the existing institutes in this domain?
Fibre2Fashion: What measures need to be adopted to improve the quality of fashion education in India?
Fibre2Fashion: Which streams of fashion education need more attention?
Fibre2Fashion: Which are the areas on which fashion students should focus more on in order to further improve the Indian fashion sector?
Fibre2Fashion: What kind of support do you expect from the government for improving fashion education in India?
Fibre2Fashion: Right now, among students, the most sought-after stream seems to be fashion design and fashion communications. What does industry have to say about it? Is this fascination causing a shortfall of quality human resources in other areas of the fashion industry?
Fibre2Fashion: Fashion curricula needs to be both industry-led as well as capable of leading the industry. How do you see WWI addressing this?
Fibre2Fashion: The entry/role of foreign universities has suddenly come under a cloud. How do you think foreign universities can bridge the HR gap?
Fibre2Fashion: The National Skill Quality Levels (NSQL)-will WWI be involved with this? What are the skillsets that are going to be focussed upon like pattern-making or embroidery or stitching or anything for that matter?
Fibre2Fashion: Is there a dearth of good faculty members across the country? How do you intend to plug the gap?
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