Dhruva College collaborates with VChic

Hyderabad: Dhruva College of Fashion Technology on Tuesday opened its Institute of Fashion Technology in Hitec City, Hyderabad, and reached an agreement with an international certification program in image management.

The Fashion Technology Institute was opened by entrepreneur, curator and philanthropist Pinky Reddy. The event was also attended by Rajesh Chaturvedi, renowned image consultant and founder of VChic, an image consulting firm, Varsha Chaturvedi, co-founder of VChic.

The institute announced that it has entered into an agreement with Prowess Image by VChic for its international image management certification program. This is a one-of-a-kind collaboration in India, he said. VChic is a professional development academy in the field of image management, color psychology, personal branding, behavior, etiquettes and effective communication.

With this agreement, the institute can organize training for aspiring image consultants in Hyderabad. The college will teach students how to creatively implement seasonal looks in terms of fashion, style, image, color analysis, makeup and etiquette, and also how to become an expert in the industry of the picture, he said.

Speaking on the occasion, Jakkidi Venkat Reddy, Chairman of Dhruva Group of Colleges said, “Our goal is to have at least one internationally certified image consultant in every household in the city of Hyderabad. two three-year courses: a Bachelor of Fashion Technology (BFT) and Bachelors in Apparel Fashion Technology (BAFT).

Pinky Reddy said image management is very important to everyone. “We may be well-educated, talented and smart, but if we lack self-confidence, we cannot succeed in life. Image management plays a key role in building self-confidence. self,” she said.

Mounika Reddy, vice president of the Dhruva Group of Colleges, said there were 50 places in each course and 10+2 students were eligible on the basis of merit.

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