In a spectacular advancement of its stature as a distinguished fashion design education institute, Hamstech has earned the prestigious official membership in FDCI, the apex body of fashion design in India.
Hamstech entered into the field of fashion education in 1992, at a point of time when there was a wide scope for nurturing new talent for the fashion industry, which was largely untapped. With a motive to provide talented and creative youngsters in Hyderabad an opportunity to discover new vistas of creative career development, Hamstech started off with its courses in Fashion Designing and Interior Designing. In course of time, it added the disciplines of Photography and Jewellery Designing to its verticals, expanding its reach to a larger potential student base.
Its mode of training and facilities for students were envisaged to render comprehensive and top class industry based training. Its salient features, including state-of-the-art equipments, experienced faculty, affiliations with acclaimed and recognized universities, brand building exercises and mentorship under celebrity professionals, set it apart notably from other fashion designing colleges.
For Hamstech, it was only a milestone waiting to be achieved to have finally joined the prestigious group of members in FDCI. This gives its already leading position among fashion designing colleges in Hyderabad a well-deserved recognition and boost.
The congruence in the working style and activity line-up of FDCI and Hamstech makes this association meaningful on every level. While FDCI works on its prime objective to propagate the business of fashion in India with its coveted fashion weeks, Hamstech propagates its own fashion brand with student participation and conducts fashion shows and sale events. Practical training as part of fashion and design courses has probably never been more profiled and organized as in Hamstech. This leads to realistic training imparted to the students, who are confident to enter the fashion industry once their academics are done.
Apart from its sprawling presence in 6 centres all across Hyderabad, having placed thousands of students in internationally reputed enterprises and fashion houses in its 25 years of existence, Hamstech is also known for its enthusiastic activism for social causes. The most recent instance for this is its hosting the workshop and night-walk drive for Srishti Bakshi’s Crossbow Miles initiative for women’s empowerment.
Hamstech and FDCI are dedicated organisations that work to provide a launchpad for talented designers to shine in the domain of fashion designing and do a wonderful job in promoting Indian fashion. With this association, Hamstech will surely be in a position to open more doors of opportunities for budding fashion designers who will promisingly contribute to the enrichment of the Indian fashion scene.