Tuesday, January 4, 2011

2011 GIFT


GIFT: “ATOM SIZE GIFT”SINCE 1995.
  GIFT FOUNDATION DESIGN ART, CRAFT AND HOBBY SUMMER VACATION WORKSHOP:
World Design Education Bodies cannot deny the “GIFT: Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile” Diploma Certificate of Fashion/Apparel or Textile Design and its Associate Degree of 2 years, which carries highest skillful knowledge and actual practice weight, since 1995.
“GOOD NEWS for GIFT FRESH STUDENTS”
SUMMER VACATION WORKSHOP OF GIFT FOUNDATION COURSE: Design, Craft and Art 2014, FEE: Rs.25000/- with All learning materials and folios, means BURDENLESS learning with Confidence.
Course detail is mention underneath for PERUSAL.
Summer workshop 1st batch admission will Begin from 25th march to 7th April 2014 and for 2nd batch 25th April 2014 onwards. For course details click shown links www.foundationgift.blogspot.in www.giftsummer.blogspot.in
Course text, work and working photos and Design Arts Picture plates and for updates click this link www.giftgandhinews.blogspot.in for understanding.
20 Student/Batch will be given admission due to individual teaching, age group 12-52 yrs.
Course duration is approximate 40 days/125 Hrs and should be completed in 2 months only.
Course fee is 50% less than actual in down payment, with all learning materials and folios as per gift policies, teaching methods and mission, for fee click shown link www.giftfeestructure.blogspot.inThis is only for summer course and this facility will get closed in last day of April for all initial batch” Best learner will get 25% teaching fee refunded by Cheque as/Gift Educ. Means more gain.
For more details about Gift Design Education for Fresh Learners Perusal click shown links: www.giftgandhi.blogspot.com for students art work shows and sales, www.giftfashion2011.blogspot.com for western garments, www.fashioninst.blogspot.com for fashion course and garments, www.embroiderydesigning.blogspot.com for textile embroidery for multi task, www.gandhishow.blogspot.com for designer sari, www.giftfashionillustration.blogspot.in for fashion conceptualization and illustration, www.textileinst.blogspot.com for textile, Website: www.gift-india.com E-mail: info@gift-india.com and giftinst@gmail.com Address: White Cross Building, 15 Patel Society, Near CII Building, Panchvati, Gulbaitekra Road, Ahmedabad 380006, GUJARAT INDIA, Phone: +91 079 26463702 Mobile: +91 09825698294
“JOIN GIFT AND LEARN BEST IN WORLD”
“This is FIRST TIME on Fresh Learners Demand Gift is conducting summer workshop”
Above mention all details is only for summer workshop foundation art and craft purpose
SUMMER VACATION WORKSHOP OF GIFT FOUNDATION COURSE IN AHMEDABAD FEE: Rs.25000/- with learning materials and folios, means BURDENLESS learning with Confidence.
“125 Hours in 35 to 40 days in 2 months, learning”
“Carry home after learning, learnt work of value design, worth above Approximate 1 Lac, as learnt work folios and Art frames”
Summer workshop:
Performing arts of crafts
Holidays programme of arts and crafts
Gift summer camps of arts and crafts
Gift pencil shading arts and style
Gift pen and ink ornamental arts and style
Gift black and white Mexican and African arts and style
Gift summer workshops is not for children below 12 years age
Gift stencil air brush painting workshop
Gift fancy fan cut painting workshops
Gift design, arts and craft centre
Gift water colour painting workshop
Gift embossing and painting arts and crafts workshop
Gift textile resist style crafts and arts workshop
Gift Life and fashion accessory crafts workshop
Summer workshop of design in Ahmedabad
Summer workshop of art in Ahmedabad
Summer workshop of craft in Ahmedabad
Summer workshop of design and art in Ahmedabad
Summer workshop of design and craft in Ahmedabad
Summer workshop of art and craft in Ahmedabad
Summer vacation workshop:
Summer vacation workshop of design in Ahmedabad
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Summer vacation workshop design and art in Ahmedabad
Summer vacation workshop design and craft in Ahmedabad
Summer vacation workshop art and craft in Ahmedabad
Learn in Gift workshop, as above mention in Gift summer workshops.

Art and Craft Hobby Summer Vacation workshop, onward 25th March to 25th April of every year in Gift, with learning materials and folios, means BURDENLESS learning with Confidence. “Duration 125 Hours means 35 to 40 days learning in 2 months” “Carry home  after learning, learnt work of value, worth above approximately 1 Lac in folios and frames” In workshop learn colour transparent character surface designing, water colour, ornamental design on paper and fabric, embossing surface and painting, stencil and air brush painting and pencil shading under craft and art hobby as Gift Foundation course, for detail see shown link www.giftsummer.blogspot.in
GIFT: Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile Ahmedabad by Khalid


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GIFT: Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile
If any Yellow Pages show in Google web search beside Prof. Khalid Ameer Rafique GIFT, anywhere is not our BRANCH, because we do not have. As shown in grotal.com in Maninagar Ahmedabad is not our “GIFT” BRANCH, Kindly NOTE. They Misleading Misguiding Students.
NOTE: In same account Year, GIFT all Educational Schemes Begins from 16th April and gets over in November same account year, which means no benefits new learner, can avail.

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Atithi Devo Bhava
GIFT Graduates and Alumni since 1995
GIFT’s mission is highly regarded by GIFT learners, their parents, friends, industries and noble family members of Prof Khalid for instance, Late Justice Shri Mohmmad Rafique, Tonk, Rajasthan (father), Late Smt Hamida M. Rafique (mother), Late Mayor of Ahmedabad and GIFT trustee Smt Begum Aneesa Mirza (Elder sister), Ret. Principal IIHM, Ahmedabad, Mr. N. M. Rafique (Elder brother), Late Shri Fakhruddin Gandhi (father-in-law), Mrs Nishrin Khalid Rafique (wife), Teachers, Brothers, Sisters, Friends and obliged by the grace of GOD ALMIGHTY.
1. GIFT FRESH LEARNERS AND GRADUATES
GIFT is a place where every fresh learner can act, express their expertise and knowledge with others with honesty simply like a true learner without any hindrance and hesitation. There is no question or doubt that in Ahmedabad there are many small and big design institutes but there are few with a recognition of world fame and globally countless in number. But GIFT (Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile) is amazingly unique and cannot be compared by any means with other known design institutes globally.
It is a universal fact and is well understood in the practice of design subject, that teaching UG and PG design courses are more or less the same. The only difference is the duration of learning time for UG is a little more , but at GIFT it hardly matters whether it is a UG or PG course due to GIFT’s short term and part time courses being not less than any of the above design courses of known design institutes and it has happened and has been happening since 1995 at GIFT. At GIFT one can do specialization in Fashion in 6 months and Textile in 7 months without any problems.
This is due to Prof. Khalid Ameer Rafique’s teaching expertise, objective and missions for his design institute where 100% humanity coexists and is always practised. The glow of GIFT is spreading like a design entrepreneur in Ahmedabad and also in other places globally.
Simply before opening GIFT activities as a design institution, it took 10 years of continuous research and practice as to how to teach a complete fresh learner which includes inviting fresh and learned learners to practice under the guidance of senior designers as well as by Professor Khalid Ameer Rafique and testing the modules of design subjects through empirical methods and evaluating their grasping power, and accordingly simplifying each subject module for further testing with learners and That practice had continued almost few years and was later tried with the first batch the total design course subject module in 1995. The result from those fresh learners were unimaginable and with this progress GIFT began its regular Fashion and Textile Design Courses.
GIFT never claims according to its course level of Fashion and Textile as equivalent to other known design institutions of UG or PG courses. But yes, GIFT course is different because, they are simplified through teaching methods for fresh learners. No doubt it was a difficult task in the beginning, but now after 15 years of continuous teaching and upgrading the Design Courses for Fashion and Textile, Home Textile Interior and Jewellery Design has become like baby sitting for GIFT’s faculty And certainly few courses what GIFT teaches as a design skill, no other known design institutes are teaching. This is due to Prof Khalid Ameer Rafique working in reputed industries like Arvind Mill - Ahmedabad, Jayashree Textile – Kolkata, Raymond - Thane, Gujarat Spinners - Amletha and many more small industries as a consultants as well as teaching at NID for 12 years as a visiting faculty and two years as a regular faculty of NID plus two years of fine art practice and first show in India at The Taj Art Gallery, Taj Hotel, Mumbai etc, helps to meet the design subject learning more simple for a fresher.
The idea to make such above mentioned design courses avail for any fresher comes to the professor’s mind because before joining NID through screening test, Khalid was not able to draw properly nor put ideas on paper in drawing, but was strong in articulation through text with a logical reasoning. Due to this, he realized that if somebody can simplify teaching of the design subject, then it is possible for anybody to learn design easily and practice professionally for earning their bread and butter. That means the idea of GIFT was like a God’s gift to Khalid since 1975-76, and today he can see the fruitful results.
Amazing GIFT for GIFT learners and surprising GIFT for others because GIFT is the poorest NGO globally. GIFT doesn’t possess stylized studios workshops, auditoriums, resource centers, display rooms, cafeteria, etc. which means very less space for the learner is present and that is why GIFT doesn’t teach more than 34 students a year. There is no doubt that an institute needs a library and systematic storing place and that is why we certainly have more than 4000 books. It doesn’t matter if we don’t have printing, weaving sections because GIFT students utilize the same space and table provided for the above said purpose. Whenever our students need to weave, GIFT assembles the sample loom on the learning table for student’s weaving exercise. When the weaving is done the loom is stored under the table and in the same style GIFT’s learners practice printing, paintings, airbrush, stencils, etc.
GIFT’s learner doesn’t need to go out for anything. Learning material which includes stationeries, folios, papers, fabrics, yarn, tools, machines, etc is provided by GIFT to explore without wasting material towards their goal of learning, which means exploration through empirical methods at GIFT is limitless. Certainly, GIFT is poor space wise, but richer in its own way than any other institutions globally. GIFT certainly tries to teach the best and teaches all design subjects in the lowest of fees. So any fresh learner can try GIFT’s admission according to the Admission Policy and learn without burden and hesitation. Why is GIFT unique? It is because what so ever amount a fresh learner pays at GIFT mostly recovers from the classroom work, show and exhibitions on sale or otherwise in two months while working in appropriate design fields.
GIFT needs donations for its own building but who will give for such a good cause?
GIFT provides learning materials for its learners because they get all the learning material in wholesale price and once they pay, they feel free and burden less to explore new ideas and practice it. That is why learning is speedy, but a big headache for GIFT is to maintain too much stock for each student. Another reason for quick learning professionally and practically is due to 100% individual teaching. GIFT teaches 70 garments pattern cutting, which includes ethnic, western and fusion according to the learner’s measurement, that means, style of Tailor made garment to check the learning and growth for comfort fitting practically. And the Tailor made garment is taught on flat pattern as per the learner’s actual measurements 100% only at GIFT, which boosts the morale of each GIFT learner and they are fit to make garments for anybody in any style. GIFT’s continuous efforts and openness to accept the feedback and implement after refining certainly improves their teaching style every year with the GIFT course contents in any discipline of design. At GIFT, a fresh learner can have their query towards their subject and GIFT faculty always tries to fulfill and make them understand and if their expertise fails, they don’t hesitate to confess of not knowing the subject or any case of failure of understanding the subject. But certainly, in a day or two they find the solution and pass it on to the questionnaire. That is why GIFT is honest, modest, popular and famous due to such acts.
Gradually we are trying to reach the masses through website blogs and face book making it easily accessible and open for anybody who wishes to be benefited by the knowledge it imparts to students. Such facilities are available and affordable by GIFT for fresh learners because GIFT is teaching individually which means no competition amongst the learners as long as the fresh learner has not reached to the appropriate learning of that subject, and the learning is continued for that learner. That means no fixed time for any design subject at GIFT. But completion should be appropriately finished on time. That is why 5 days is regular learning at GIFT and slow learners can learn on Saturdays for which all the faculties are available to assist. Due to such practice of GIFT their learning becomes perfect and well focused globally.
A history of 15 years of GIFT cannot be written in detail, as whoever will read may laugh or cry but will certainly not understand the mission behind its existence and what pain Prof. Khalid has taken for GIFT. To begin GIFT after so many years of research and work inspite of Prof. Khalid being in a terrific financial crunch, was the only fact that the idea of GIFT’s seed was sown in his soul and he fearlessly, having only Rs.500 in his pocket and a few credit cards, run the family with kids and fulfilled all the facilities after departing from NID. He had rented a place for GIFT, hired furniture, advertised in classified ads in The Times of India, arranged two assistants and hand painted banners by himself hanged all over Ahmedabad and GIFT began modestly with 16 students of its first batch. But there was no money to pay the rent and salary for two design assistants as well as the cleaner, for which Prof. Khalid took consultancy with industries for two years in a row to push GIFT, as well as the Family socially. At that time, the fee of GIFT was a token amount of Rs. 1100 only from each learner whereas GIFT was spending more than Rs. 7000 per course because at that time each course designed was taught with various methods to simplify the GIFT education for the future and it was continued for years in favour of Prof. Khalid’s missions as well as GIFT fresh learner. One can say, Prof. Khalid has single handedly by the grace of God Almighty built the world fame GIFT and it is known to all in India. For its versatile qualities which GIFT incorporated to make each learner individually strong and composed with magnetized mind. Total learning at GIFT is simple as all design subjects are simplified and honest with spiritual designing knowledge through amazing practical methods. Gift’s mission and objective of designing ideology, philosophy, noble approach and it’s modest courage like sharing and imparting knowledge honorably with minute detail of its subject ethos, essence with rapid speed at GIFT. That is why GIFT learning fee and material cost is almost the same today but tomorrow learning material may surpass the teaching fee at GIFT due to its continuous efforts to upgrade the education system. But the policy and the objective of GIFT will remain the same as long as GIFT survives.
No doubt, GIFT’ design education mission as united India is inspired by noble people, spiritual leaders, great Gurus, Prophets, known writers, story tellers, humble swamis, highly regarded Avatars of the world, King Ashoka, social workers, spiritual granths, freedom fighters and many more. Since the understanding of every Indian form childhood to school learning is almost similar and common for practice of the individual growth and nobody can deny that they have not learned the above mentioned from their parents, grand parents, family friend and teachers.
All great people by the virtue of God Almighty born in Asia are comparatively larger in number in India and we must not give up learning from their life stories and must practice in learning and living for one’s growth and nation as a whole.
Prof. Khalid got inspired with the above mentioned and its result got moulded in his mind about the unique and amazing GIFT with all minute details of design subjects and others as mentioned above of noble people and great avatars. It is always good to have one story in mind to follow the great Noble person’s life and if you have many stories that you can understand and practice in one’s life then beneficiaries of that will be the masses. E.g. How Prof. Khalid began the GIFT design education while following the above. GIFT is named after Mahatma Gandhiji, one of the foremost architect of modern India who certainly followed the path of sharing and imparting knowledge with honesty, simplicity, tolerance and meaningful result oriented vision for future practice to build India like the Ashram days of Golden era with the ideologies of great Guru-Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Prophet Mohammad, Swami Mahavir Bhagvan, Guru Nanakji, Mother Mary, Jesus Christ, The great writer- Shree Ganesha, Valmikiji, Tulsi Dasji, Siddharth Gautama Buddha, Maharshi Shree Muni Vyas, social worker and freedom fighter Lal Bahadur, The great scientist Aryabhatta, Homi Bhabha, King Ashoka, great teacher of NID, Mohan Bhandari, Amir Ali Khan of TONK, Rajasthan High School. The above great humans live and their soul is still alive in us through Prof. Khalid’s work and one should not forget such stories in every walk of life and if all believe in that then you can not imagine what India will be.
By following their philosophy, ideology, mission, education systems and methods, preaching, and living everything will become modest and simple then imagine India without pain and it will be so. That is why in a short term and part time GIFT can deliver to each fresh learner a perfect design education individually and practically which is more than UG and PG courses of other known design institutes. At GIFT, learning cost is peanuts. This is because at GIFT, everybody after joining, the first thing they learn is openness, transparency and humbleness for a united place like GIFT. That is why GIFT education is India’s education which is more powerful than other known design institutes. At GIFT everybody live for India, work for India and die for India. What else can GIFT provide in the form of a more powerful objective and mission than the above mentioned. That means every GIFT learner present have powerful luck to be associated with it and we regard such favour till we survive. GIFT does not teach only design subjects. The extra learning at GIFT is humanity, tolerance, sharing, helping with transparency by all means to each other, that builds everybody’s high morale and confidence for future practice without hesitation and hindrance for exploring new every time that means in the 6th month one can do specialization in Fashion Design and in the seventh month learn Textile Design only at GIFT.
Why are some qualities shunned away from GIFT? Stealing, lying, justification, explanation, etc, because of GIFT’s objectives and policies that is why at GIFT nobody is in charge for the store and the library and no security is needed due to total faith in each other. That is why everybody at GIFT has a gesture to not waste but to utilize everything which is available as learning material, tools, machines etc as their own. The above practice, we have learned from the following stories.
2. “MAHATMA” GANDHIJI
The end result of dedication of Mahatma is united and free India which is achieved because of his philosophy, dedication, simplicity, mission objective and his ways and methods of executing things religiously, till the result is achieved. His pursuing nature for doing good and more good in favour of the country people cannot be compared with any freedom fighter till date. According to me, Mahatma’s followers are not only in India but overseas as well, like Dr. Nelson Mandela who brought freedom to South Africa and Dr. Martin Luther King who brought freedom and equal rights to the black people of USA. There are many more examples related to Mahatma and due to that Guru Rabindranath Tagore gave Gandhiji the title “MAHATMA”. He was the back bone for Indian small scale industries (Laghu Udhyog and Kutir Udhyog) which was followed by our Late Prime Minister Shri Jawaharlal Nehru, since then Indian industries have never collapsed. His style of teaching still lives in us and will live forever for the upcoming generation. One good example is about the three monkeys, which teaches humanity not to speak, hear or see evil.
Only Indians can understand truly his dedication towards the nation. In relation to this there is a story where he saw a woman washing cloths topless by the riverside, after that he has never worn the top cloth in respect to the nation’s women.
His way of forgiving and not reacting has countless examples. For instance, he was thrown out of the train even though he had a reserved general ticket. He had also been bashed up by stick but never reacted. That is why he has given the phrase to the world “Offer your other cheek if somebody’s anger is not over”. That shows his tolerance power and courage to handle any painful situation in life. He always felt happy when he saw others happy, otherwise he lived quite a part of his life with pain for The Nation. It was a sad demise even then in the end he said “Hay Ram”. What else one needs to learn from him because his life teaches us enough, to lead a life with patience and tolerance and build the nation made up of continuous honesty.
Today in India Gandhiji’s Charkha (Amar Charkha spinning) and Khadi weaving on the handloom gives bread and butter to unaccountable people of India from small towns to villages and also is a secondary earning to the farmers. This was Gandhiji’s dream to build India from the smallest contribution of people which we must never forget.
3. PROPHET
The story of Prophet Mohammad, who lived his life with simplicity, modesty and punctuality with tolerance and forgiveness, can be cited from the story of a woman throwing garbage at him from the top of the building to which he never reacted. It happened one day that no garbage was thrown on him, on enquiring about the lady, he got to know that she was ill. So he immediately called the Hakim and treated her with medicines following appropriate instructions from the Hakim and she was cured in a few days. He was happy to see her healthy and hearty once again. This small gesture of humanity changed her completely. That shows love and affection works like medicine in our human society and hypocrisy and anger destroys the nation.
Another story of Prophet Mohammad is derived from the saying “For knowledge one should go to Chin (China)”. That means one should not wait for any development but should proceed in the right direction of building a nation. Non productive work should not be encouraged; due to this Prophet Mohammad will remain a prophet till the earth survives.
4. GURU RABINDRANATH TAGORE
The story of Rabindranath Tagore is a lesson to the nation, what a man he was! A Guru with countless definitions.
By birth he was a Thakur and a rich man in all senses by the virtue of God Almighty, who devoted socially, culturally with his limitless educational background versatility for the people of the nation without any differences and the end result of his noble soul, was “Shanti Niketan” .His pure knowledge without bias, to any criticism was what brought him the noble prize for his book, “Geetanjali”. What else one needs to speak of him? Simply because he was simple, modest, an honest guru and the man who had given the title “Mahatma” to Gandhiji.
For instance, if Shanti Niketan is spread all over the country what would education be and the status of the nation globally? By all means one cannot imagine as like the story wise paradise.
The great example and story of Swami Mahavir Bhagwan possessing qualities like tolerance , power of forgiveness with spiritual understanding with a focus to masses is unmatchable by the virtue of God Almighty, by firstly being a perfect human for oneself and then others, what a great teaching!
5. KING ASHOKA
The story of King Ashoka says that because of his pride there took place a war which ended in a death game making him realize that there were so many innocent orphans and widows left with nobody else to take care except God Almighty. This realization changed King Ashoka and as a result of which he started planting trees in both sides of the path, built shelter homes (dharamshalas), township, etc. Due to which Ashoka became the pride of India and that is also why Indian currency and flag has his sign on it.
It is not necessary to be a king and realize like the example of King Ashoka, even an ordinary person can bring such miracles and that work will be highly regarded by all means like the moral stories.
6. SWAMI VIVEKANADA’S FOLLOWER PROF. KHALID
When Khalid was a sixth standard student at NaveBharat Higher Secondary school, Ashok nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan in 1966, his father named Mohammed Rafique was the justice of Udaipur High Court, Mehroli. He never shied away to collect stones from the nearby river everyday to build their school building while going towards the school and whatsoever earning of 2000 coupons of 25 paise each was given to build for Vivekananda Memorial in Kerala. This is due to the school principal and the guidance of his father because since childhood he had heard about Swami Vivekananda.
The story of Vivekananda’s lifestyle may be lesser than many swamis but his virtue and knowledge along with his oracle power cannot be matched. He was a simple preacher and taught that if you want to share knowledge and abilities with others, one should maintain ones health, otherwise there is no point to posses such qualities which cannot be passed to others as the above said qualities for a good cause.
7. MOTHER MARY AND JESUS CHRIST
The story of Mother Mary may have differences being a different community but the meaning to lead a life for the nation is no different. Mother Mary and Jesus Christ’s story in short says they have lived their lives without fear and hindrance while keeping God Almighty in mind with pure unbiased soul and worked according to the God’s instructions for the weaker section of the society like, leprosy patients and blind people. This is due to love and affection of son and mother as an example to human versatile society and their followers have built wonderful versatile human service centers like prayer centers, hospitals, orphan age, education centers and many more. Due to the above, services become pillars forever of the above services.
It is a great example of missionary education with high standard and decorum. With these examples, so many universities and NGOs are building up the morale of education globally. In India which is followed by various missionary boards and Mother Teresa due to her dedication won, the Noble Peace Prize for the nation.
8. GURU NANAK SAHIB
The story of Guru Nanak Sahib and his understanding of his father’s one direction oriented preaching due to which he has done various miracle and guiding path for living to his panth followers. What a teacher and Guru he was!
Once a Muslim man told him while sleeping, not to keep his feet towards the direction of Kaba because it was the God’s House side and he smiled and replied “Turn my leg in the direction where God is not present”. After hearing such saying from the Guru, the Muslim man realized that Kaba was build by prophet Ibrahim keeping in mind that by the virtue of God hence every Muslim should have one side of prayer in equality in between Sunrise and Sunset globally.
Once Guruji’s student (Chela) Bala and Marda asked, “Guruji, why do you preach to all the good people to spread all over the world, why not to bad people?” Guruji replied “let’s spread good people so that we will have a beautiful world to live in”. By such saying of Guruji you will find Guru’s follower, Sardars all over the world.
9. PROPHET KING SULEMAN
The story of King Suleman was that, He and his troops with the power of birds, animals, human muscles and weapons was once marching through the Ants Valley and he heard the King Ant saying, “carry on working and do not worry if Suleman’s troops crush you under his horse’s hoofs”. King Suleman then smiled because he knew the language of every creature of the Earth and immediately ordered his troops to divert and avoid the Ant’s Valley. That means if you are powerful you must help others and by helping others you will become more powerful by virtue of Gold Almighty.
10. LORD KRISHNA
The Story of Shri Lord Krishna reflects various names of perfect character and gesture for our day to day humanitarian living. It is not a laughing gesture but it is a wonderful example which is unforgettable by our human society called the “Makhan Chor” which means when kids are hungry they take food to fill their stomach and we cannot call them thieves. That teaches us that when kids are around we must not forget to take care of their above act. Another loving gesture of Krishna for kids is “Bal Gopal” and “Laddu Gopal”.
Murliwale Shyam entertaining all gopis for their better livelihood and regain the life to live like others which is later followed by Lokmanya Gangadhar Tilak and Raja Ram Mohan Roy.
Ranchor gesture of Krishna which was later followed by King Ashoka and many more not to kill for their pride and make thousands into orphans and widows.
When Vipada (trouble or natural calamities) comes in Gokul like unstoppable rain, Krishna has lifted the hill with his little finger to create shelter and protect all Gods creature from heavy rain. That means when power is used for a good cause one should not hesitate by any powerful vipada.
The above small gestures of Lord Krishna were for human society and if we all believe in that what India will be we cannot imagine, surely it is a great preaching it is by Lord Krishna.
11. SIDDHARTH GAUTAMA BUDDHA
The story of Siddharth Gautama Buddha who left the kingdom to live a simple life with tolerance and forgiveness due to which you will find his followers all over the world. One day Buddha was sitting under the Banyan Tree and one fellow came near by and spit on his face and Buddha did not react on such act and he instantly smiled and cleaned the spit with a piece of cloth. When that person went home and realized about his foul act, the very next day he went to Buddha asking for forgiveness and Buddha replied “You don’t need to say sorry and ask for forgiveness, due to the realization you are not the same person anymore, you are a changed human being”
To make people more responsible for the human society we should be convinced by the humbleness and patience of Buddha, to build united India without hatred and prejudice.
12. LORD GANESHA
The story of great writer Shri Ganesha with his interpretation skills of seeing through and through and reading other’s minds in detail made Maha Rishi Muni Vyas wonder how come Ganesha could complete the text of Mahabharata before his dictation. That shows that if anybody is calm, patient and direction oriented certainly they will have Ganesha’s Ashirwad by virtue of God Almighty (Bramha, Vishnu and Mahesha).
13. VALMIKIJI
The story of Valmikiji who has written Maha Kavya Ramayan with the heart of Ramayana Sundarkand shows that if anybody wants to give up bad deeds in life they can do good things anytime in life in the favour of human society and one should be like Valmikiji doing good deeds. One should read, and realization will take its shape and then certainly one will have good work to share with others.
Due to Valmikiji we all know the story of Maryada Purushotam Ram and that is why today we celebrate Dusshera, Diwali and simultaneously in between perform a puja for Lakshmiji. That means we need to read such stories, ritual books, granth etc for our prosperity. Being a human, that shows “Nation cannot be built without will power”. Shri Ram was a great example of obedience to his parents for not asking why he was sent 14 years Vanwas. We must not forget such great examples in life.
14. TULSIDASJI
The story of great writer Tulsidasji, by virtue of God and his luck, got married to a beautiful lady and never did anything for his livelihood due to her good glances which is why after some time his wife left him and went to her mother’s house.
After few days Tulsi Dasji was not able to resist his wife’s absence and went at night to her mother’s house and saw a rope hanging from the balcony, with the help of which he climbed up to meet his wife. And when she saw Tulsi Dasji she got shocked and asked, “How did you climb up?” Then Tulsi Dasji smiled and replied, “Didn’t you hang up the rope for me from the balcony?” Then they both went out to see in the balcony and they found no rope but instead a big snake crawling away accordingly. Then his wife said, “To meet me you are not scared of a snake, without realizing that it is not a rope you climbed up”. Then she added, “If you dedicate your work in one direction, you will create concrete work and I’ll be the happiest person to see that”.
Tulsi Dasji’s realization made him write Ramchandra Manas, which says that every human has one sort of liking and desire with full dedication and inbuilt strength. And if anybody uses the above saying for a good cause of our society then we cannot imagine our own creative work, becomes an example for others.
15. LATE P. M. LAL BAHADUR SHASTRIJI
The great example of our Late Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri says that during his college days, being in a poor condition he used to swim across the river to reach college by swimming because he could not afford the boat ride and he was smart enough to put all his belongings in one Matka (pot) and crossed the river with it. After crossing the river, he hid the matka in the bushes, and used it everyday.
In 1965, I heard him on radio, crying and saying “As a Prime Minister I am not able to provide food two times a day even though we have the buying capacity, therefore, I also eat only once a day so please do the same so that nobody can sleep hungry.” This practice was later followed by Indonesians when the country broke down financially. The Indonesians came out in miles and miles of queue to deposit their wealth in the Indonesian bank to overcome from World Bank debt. This shows we Indians teach globally and with a unanimous belief, what India will be we cannot imagine.
16. TEACHER AMIR ALI KHAN TO MOHAN BHANDARI
Another example is of teacher named Amir Ali Khan of Natamam Higher Secondary School, TONK, Rajasthan, who used to teach us (Professor Khalid) with a stammering speech and we all used to make fun of him, but he without reacting carried on teaching theories, practical, botany and zoology without loosing his temper. This is what I call a sporty teacher!
He never showed hatred towards anybody and never claimed pride for the good results of his students. No doubt he was a true teacher and will remain the same as long as our memories live.
Another good example, Shri Mohan Bhandari, teacher, guide and foundation in-charge of N.I.D. Ahmedabad, who used to teach continuously every meaningful word of Design. In 1976, when I (Prof.Khalid) was a student of his with a Hindi medium background and his fluent English and writing speed on black board, made me wonder and gave me a lost feeling in the class. But I used to note down everything with concentration and calmness without any questions. Due to this he realized my weakness and used to call me early in the morning everyday at his residence serving me a big bowl of fruit salad followed by, giggling and laughter while making fun of me and asking me to do the same. As time passed by I didn’t realize that within a short span of time I was no less than my other class mates in my vocabulary. What a great teacher he was and still he is!
I personally think that if every institute has a teacher like Mohan Bhandari for basic teaching, then, just imagine how the institute will grow and how the learners will gain knowledge productively where sky is not the limit.
The story of Dr. Subramanyan Chandrasekhar who got the Noble Prize in Physics in 1983 as a USA citizen used to make a 2 hours long drive trip everyday to teach his two students and his two students got Noble Prize before him. What a teacher he was! Students must learn and regard the value of such teacher’s association.
All above stories are based on moral stories of primary school level learning which is not much in detail but is quite necessary to understand and practice in life, and this is the most important for every human. To believe it or not varies from person to person and if you believe and live accordingly, certainly you will have peace of mind like a perfect human.
The all above examples and understanding summarize GIFT more powerful globally in the last 15 years where learners are coming for GIFT education from all over Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Nagaland, US, Canada, and now from South India as well due to GIFT’s teaching methods, policies and missions which is unchangeable where there is always room for improvement.

The details of GIFT graduate alumni since 1995 is as follows for their association as students and now as a friend for all perusal:


GIFT Graduates and Alumni Since 1995
Sr. NO.
Name
Year
Course Learnt
1
Ami Dilipkumar Vora
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
2
Ekta Vishandas Lakhani
1996
Textile Designing
3
Ankita Ravindrabhai Kadia
1996
Textile Designing
4
Dipti Niranjan Bhavsar
1996
Textile Designing
5
Madhuri Om Prakash Mahant
1996
Textile Designing
6
Mavli Kirit Shah
1996
Textile Designing
7
Purvi Vrajeshbhai Parikh
1996
Textile Designing
8
Baljeet Kaur Ahluwalia
1996
Textile Designing
9
Tejal Bipin Patel
1996
Textile Designing
10
Shadin Shaukat Shaikh
1996
Textile Designing
11
Maneisha Disouza
1996
Textile Designing
12
Rekha Shrikant Onkar
1996
Textile Designing
13
Neetu Gyanchand Asrani
1996
Textile Designing
14
Neeta Nanubhai Patel
1996
Textile Designing
15
Rashmi Khaitan
1996
Textile Designing
16
Charanjit Kaur Sangar
1996
Certificate Not Given
17
Nitika Satgruji Agrawal
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
18
Rebecca D'Souza
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
19
Dipti Mafatlal Desai
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
20
Pinki Navinchandra Brahmbhatt
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
21
Almira Varakhwala
1996
Textile Designing
22
Shyanee Sanjay Banerjee
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
23
Alefiyait Moiny
1996
Textile Designing
24
Aleriyah Zakavi
1996
Textile Designing
25
Heena Gulam Moinuddin Saiyad
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
26
Madhuri Om Prakash Mahant
1996
Fashion Designing
27
Bimal Mansukhbhai Dabhi
1996
Textile Designing
28
Leena Singh
1996
Textile Designing
29
Roshnz Flora Lobo
1996
Textile Designing
30
Sonal Agarwal
1996
Textile Designing
31
Vibha Yogendra Dixit
1996
Certificate Not Given
32
Shorokh Jemshedji Coachman
1996
Textile Designing
33
Sajeda Gulamnabi Shaikh
1996
Textile Designing
34
Meenal Hem Desai
1996
Textile Designing
35
Urusha Khurshid Hussein
1996
Textile Designing
36
Chetan Ashok Kumar Varma
1996
Certificate Not Given
37
Veena Kanayala Udani
1996
Fashion and Textile Designing
38
Shalmi Kiritbhai Patel
1996
Fashion Designing
39
Jahnavi Bipinbhai Pandya
1996
Textile Designing
40
Pradeep Kunjan Pillai
1996
Fashion Designing
41
Kirty Banwarilal Maheshwari
1996
Fashion Designing
42
Hema Yogesh Agarwal
1996
Textile Designing
43
Rushina Harish Bhatt
1996
Certificate Not Given
44
Indu Bala Jain
1996
Fashion Designing
45
Shweta Rajnikant Thakkar
1996
Fashion Designing
46
Kajal Gordhan Patel
1996
Fashion Designing
47
Praiiti Dhyanesh Mehta
1997
Fashion Designing
48
Parnid Jitendra Thakore
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
49
Shemy Sadanand Kunumal
1997
Fashion Designing
50
Ashni Praful Dholakia
1997
Certificate Not Given
51
Rajendra Parihar
1997
Certificate Not Given
52
Mayur Vaidya
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
53
Palak S. Trivedi
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
54
Shruti Prakash Doshi
1997
Fashion Designing
55
Punita Dasani
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
56
Mirdu Jain
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
57
Rushda Sareshwala
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
58
Maulishree Doshi
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
59
Shilpi Gupta
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
60
Anupama Pahalwa
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
61
Sheeba Saleem Durrani
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
62
Ekta Girdhar Daswani
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
63
Neel Kamal K. Singh
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
64
Ranjita Narayan Sampath
1997
Textile Designing
65
Raina Panchal
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
66
Komal Dipak Shah
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
67
Feriyal Saddruddin Wadhwani
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
68
Monika Shashikant Potnis
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
69
Dipali Nileshbhai Patel
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
70
Radha Krushna Shreenivasan
1997
Certificate Not Given
71
Miunir A. Rehman
1997
Certificate Not Given
72
Rajvi Radheshyam Agarwal
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
73
Aditi Advait Dave
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
74
Ranna Bharatbhai Bhatt
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
75
Vibha Punam Solanki
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
76
Darshana S. Patel
1997
Fashion and Textile Designing
77
Asma Ebrahim Rangwala
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
78
Rohini Dasharath Patel
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
79
Vinay V. Dharwarkar
1998
Textile Designing
80
Alpa Umeed Singh Bhaid
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
81
Amita Kiran Patel
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
82
Jayna V. Shah
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
83
Sudha Keshubhai Patel
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
84
Fatima Ismail Kanchwala
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
85
Suprabha Rani Rahman
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing

86
Poonam Jayantibhai Patel
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
87
Madhvi Prakash Jagushte
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
88
Rajshree D. Sharma
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
89
Shabana Hussainbhai Rubywala
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
90
Sakina Zoher Abbas Barbarawala
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
91
Hetal Nimish Dalal
1998
Textile Designing
92
Shilpa Umed Singh Baid
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
93
Shital Ramavtar Agrawal
1998
Certificate Not Given
94
Toral Bhupendra Shah
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
95
Preety Sudhir Kumar Gupta
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
96
Sunita Kanayalal Joukani
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
97
Ruppal Mahendra Kumar Patel
1998
Certificate Not Given
98
Nirali P. Christian
1998
Certificate Not Given
99
Munawar Karim Khan Kardar
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
100
Rashmi Haresh Chandra Maheshwari
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
101
Sheetal Gohil
1998
Textile Designing
102
Pooja Ramesh Kumar Jhawar
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
103
Pragna Hiren Kaparia
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
104
Babita Jaishankar
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
105
Sejal Chandresh Thakkar
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
106
Gopi V. Shah
1998
Certificate Not Given
107
Hemangini Kanakray Dave
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
108
Rashmi M. Gupta
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
109
Rehana Jenuddin Vohra
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
110
Alka Bhatnagar Kush
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
111
Nafisa Moiz Fidahussain Radiatorwala
1998
Textile Designing
112
Kulin Virsinghh Mqawana
1998
Certificate Not Given
113
Mabel Christian
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
114
Trupti Pankaj Bhavaria
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
115
Aayesha Arshadali Tasneem
1998
Fashion and Textile Designing
116
Ekta Vishandas Lakhani
1998
Fashion Designing
117
Jigna M. Thaker
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
118
Payal Pravin Chandra Mehta
1999
Textile Designing
119
Charul Poladia
1999
Textile Designing
120
Nirmala Chauhan
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
121
Hema Nayaryan
1999
Certificate Not Given
122
Payal Dhawal Shah
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
123
Chitra P. Shah
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
124
Jyoti Sushil Goswami
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
125
Gunjan Harendra Mehta
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
126
Sunita Sanjeev Aggrawal
1999
Certificate Not Given
127
Faaiza J. Topiwala
1999
Fashion and Textile Designing
128
Admission Canceled
1999
129
Binita Snehal Amin
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
130
Vandana Jagat Ram
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
131
Amita Paramjit Singh Bhatia
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
132
Bhargavi Vaikunth Prakash
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
133
Palak Mayurbhai Parikh
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
134
Tamanna Mohammed Iqbal Khimani
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
135
Ami Shah
2000
Certificate Not Given
136
Purvi Rohitbhai Shah
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
137
Ratin Shyam Mehta
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
138
Asma Sadique Kothawala
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
139
Hiral Lalitbhai Jhaveri
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
140
Janki Dhansukhbhai Mithaiwala
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
141
Sonali Surandrabhai Shah
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
142
Manasi Dilip Patel
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
143
Sarfaraz Paliwala
2000
Certificate Not Given
144
Naushad Z. Rangooni
2000
Certificate Not Given
145
Tejal Ashok Patel
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
146
Sejal Shankarlal Agarwal
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
147
Kaushal Mahesh Shah
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
148
Dipika Jain
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
149
Tanvi Manhas
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
150
Ruchita Shah
2000
Certificate Not Given
151
Shweta Sekhani
2000
Certificate Not Given
152
Soni Yogendra Kumar Samrath
2000
Fashion Designing
153
Megha Rajubhai Ganatra
2000
Fashion and Textile Designing
154
Shamina Azad Barolia
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
155
Ravinaben Parmar
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
156
Kiran Surajprakash Dhall
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
157
Sucheta Ajay Dhall
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
158
Nidhi Babulal Modak
2000
Certificate Not Given
159
Sweety Narendra Kumar Agrawal
2001
Certificate Not Given
160
Mital Navin Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
161
Meghna Rameshbhai Amin
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
162
Yatri Ramesh Chandra Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
163
Roshani Hiteshkumar Rawal
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
164
Neha Prakash Taparia
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
165
Jalpa Ravindra Patel
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
166
Anoma Contractor
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
167
Anisa Mohammed Iqbal Shaikh
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
168
Paragi Jignesh Patel
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
169
Bhumi Gopaldas Parikh
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
170
Aarti Shalisbhadra Sheth
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
171
Rina Yogeshbhai Varia
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
172
Sneha Bharat Jain
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
173
Nikita Pravin Wadhwa
2001
Certificate Not Given
174
Shabnam Shums
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
175
Anar Bhadreshbhai Desai
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
176
Jinali Umeshbhai Ghiya
2001
Certificate Not Given
177
Priyamvada Pathak
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
178
Tejal Bharat Kumar Ghiya
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
179
Pinky Vikrambhai Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
180
Birju Devendrabhai Mehta
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
181
Shruti Taparia
2001
Certificate Not Given
182
Rimple Eleshkumar Modi
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
183
Sejal M. Patel
2001
Certificate Not Given
184
Admission Canceled
2001
185
Vaishali (Bhatia)
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
186
Darshana Sanjay Parekh
2000
Certificate Not Given
187
Annie R. Patel
2000
Certificate Not Given
188
Niyati Raumil Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
189
Huma M. Sadiq Maniar
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
190
Shaivi Ketan Bhutia
2001
Certificate Not Given
191
Admission Canceled
2001
192
Trupti Mainsh Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
193
Hiral Prakashbhai Patel
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
194
Silvi Chandrakantbhai Shah
2001
Certificate Not Given
195
Kosha Apurva Shah
2001
Fashion and Textile Designing
196
Kosha Kalpak Dagli
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
197
Bhumika Gajjar
2002
Certificate Not Given
198
Shagufta Abdullah Patel
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
199
Jaspreet Kaur Arora
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
200
Sarfaraz Siraj Sindhi
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
201
Reshma Mohammadbhai Virani
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
202
Vaishali Rajul Patel
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
203
Shibani Vinodkumar Chokshi
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
204
Himanshu Manish Gupta
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
205
Rinikal Dilipkumar Dighe
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
206
Bhoomoka Harkishan Ahuja
2002
Certificate Not Given
207
Rasekha Habib Puthawala
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
208
Kavita Bhupendra Borad
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
209
Unnati Dineshbhai Parekh
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
210
Urvita Ashokbhai Patel
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
211
Nahida Akhter Shaikh Hussain
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
212
Dhara Udaybhai Shah
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
213
Geeta Mohanlal Manghrani
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
214
Meghna Nareshkumar Parekh
2002
Certificate Not Given
215
Purvi Shivkumar Chowdhary
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
216
Sapana Shantilal Suthar
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
217
Nimisha Hasmukhbhai Patel
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
218
Khushbu Mahendrakumar Shah
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
219
Kalpana Tikam Tharwani
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
220
Payal Ghanshyambhai Jani
2002
Certificate Not Given
221
Hiral Pradeepbhai Shah
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
222
Dipti Kishorchandra Vyas
2001
Certificate Not Given
223
Varsha Praveen Mathur
2002
Certificate Not Given
224
Viral Lalitkumar Patel
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
225
Rima Vidyutbhai Raja
2002
Certificate Not Given
226
Ravneet Kaur Gunjan
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
227
Kinnari Niranjanbhai Patel
2002
Certificate Not Given
228
Dhara Shirishbhai Shah
2002
Certificate Not Given
229
Naema Abdul Rauf Maniar
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
230
Vinita Chandramohan Mandhora
2002
Certificate Not Given
231
Shalini Sureshmani Sharma
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
232
Amita Gaurave Jain
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
233
Snehaben Khandubhai Patel
2002
Certificate Not Given
234
Jhanvi Dasharatbhai Madho
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
235
Admission Canceled
2002
236
Kajal Vinit Shah
2002
Fashion and Textile Designing
237
Payal Ranjan Jhaveri
2003
Certificate Not Given
238
Pinky Mahendrabhai Shah
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
239
Lt. Rashesh Dineshbhai Solanki
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
240
Aditi Mehulbhai Shah
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
241
Devagi Gautam Patel
2003
Certificate Not Given
242
Fareha Mohammed Mithaiwala
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
243
Khushali Jayeshkumar Jadia
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
244
Chaitali V. Patel
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
245
Sonal Ugamraj Hundia
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
246
Monal Ugamraj Hundia
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
247
Nahid N. Malik
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
248
Naim Momommad Shaikh
2003
Certificate Not Given
249
Shirin Imteaz Shaikh
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
250
Admission Canceled
2003
251
Ritu Jain
2003
Fashion and Textile Designing
252
Bharti Devankinandan Agarwal
2004
Certificate Not Given
253
Admission Canceled
2004
254
Palak Pankaj Shah
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
255
Shilpa Jogindar Chhabra
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
256
Nazia Nizam Mansuri
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
257
Admission Canceled
2004
258
Dharmishtha Bipinkumar Parmar
2004
Fashion and Textile Designing
259
Kamini Aniruddhbhai Kansara
2004
Fashion and Textile Designing
260
Krishna Manilal Kansara
2004
Fashion and Textile Designing
261
Ripal Bhavinbhai Patel
2004
Fashion and Jewellery Designing
262
Urvi Rushi Desai
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
263
Pinky Atulkumar Shah
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
264
Shabana Khan
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
265
Dipali Pradip Verma
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
266
Admission Canceled
2004
267
Nikita Rajeshbhai Jariwala
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
268
Aashini Rupesh Shah
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
269
Chandni Parmeshbhai Patel
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
270
Alpa Arun Kumar Mehta
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
271
Shweta Yogeshbhai Bhatt
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
272
Amishi Dilipbhai Patel
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
273
Niyati Achyutbhai Mehta
2004
Certificate Not Given
274
Maitri Pratik Shah
2004
Certificate Not Given
275
Nisha Kumarpal Oswal
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
276
Pooja Vipulchandra Aditia
2004
Certificate Not Given
277
Rekha Kodamalji Bengani
2004
Fashion and Textile Designing
278
Usha Sumermaji Mehta
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
279
Admission Canceled
2004
Certificate Not Given
280
Nimaben Pushpvaden Bhatt
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
281
Ami Rameshbhai Sevak
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
282
Hina Kashyapbhai Patel
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
283
Foram Hareshbhai Shah
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
284
Lalita Bharatbhai Parikh
2004
Certificate Not Given
285
Parul Jayesh Dharva
2004
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
286
Rutu Kiritbhai Vaidya
2004
Certificate Not Given
287
Asma Abdul Reheman Dadu
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
288
Humera Mohammad Hussain Sheth
2004
Certificate Not Given
289
Ankita Patel
2004
Certificate Not Given
290
Komal Sanjaybhai Gandhi
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
291
Niki Kaushikbhai Vajaria
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
292
Tarika Rajkumar Lakhani
2006
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
293
Nirali Chandrashekhar Joshi
2005
Certificate Not Given
294
Pooja Niranjanbhai Adhyaru
2005
Certificate Not Given
295
Nasira M. Munshi
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
296
Urvi Ravindra Jadav
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
297
Nidhi Mukeshbhai Vankani
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
298
Sandhya Shantilal Panagaria
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
299
Mohammad Haroon Shaikh
2005
Certificate Not Given
300
Archana Manharbhai Solanki
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
301
Monal Shailesh Dhruva
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
302
Minjal Prakashchand Shah
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
303
Aafreen Arshad Kaludi
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
304
Sweety Sudhanshu Manglic
2005
Certificate Not Given
305
Nidhi Anand Thirani
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
306
Purvi Pavankumar Saraf
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
307
Iram Shafi Mohammed Chhipa
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
308
Nisha Kamal Bhatia
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
309
Sampada Pranav Jythani
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
310
Shruti Kamalesh Kumar Jain
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
311
Mohammed Tauseef Shaikh
2005
Certificate Not Given
312
Binaifer Percy Merchant
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
313
Tanvi Piyush Kumar Patel
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
314
Amita Bharat Kumar Kamdar
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
315
Dhruva Vinodbhai Patel
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
316
Swati Mangilal Agarwal
2005
Certificate Not Given
317
Vaidehi Pradeepbhai Joshi
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing

318
Monika Mohanlol Chopra
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
319
Kinjal Pradhyumnabhai Patel
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
320
Farnaaz Mustufa Miyah Shaikh
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
321
Heena Habibbhai Modan
2005
Certificate Not Given
322
Neha Markandbhai Parikh
2005
Certificate Not Given
323
Sonal Jashubhai Desai
2005
Certificate Not Given
324
Shivani Ashok Kumar Shah
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
325
Margi Nareshbhai Amin
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
326
Sandeep Dilipbhai Prajapati
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
327
Ketki Upendra Fadnis
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
328
Ami Dilipbhai Ghetia
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
329
Kiran Suryamani Tiwari
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
330
Nirmal Gunvantbhai Parekh
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
331
Ekta Rajesh Agrawal
2005
Certificate Not Given
332
Dhrumal B. Kapadia
2005
Fashion Textile and Jewellery Designing
333
Gurpreet Kaur Bhactana
2005
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
334
Foram Rohit Kumar
2005
Certificate Not Given
335
Palak Ashok Miglani
2005
Certificate Not Given
336
Chinky Vijaykumar Manghrani
2006
Certificate Not Given
337
Kiran Kewal Ramani
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
338
Prakruti Vinubhai Patel
2006
Fashion and Textile Designing
339
Bhumi Harshadbhai Dave
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
340
Pooja Purushottambhai Patel
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
341
Meghna Hemantbhai Dalal
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
342
Romisha Rashmikant Patel
2006
Certificate Not Given
343
Sajni Nitinbhai Shah
2006
Certificate Not Given
344
Bhumi Rajendrabhai Shah
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
345
Pinal Hasmukhbhai Patel
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
346
Suvas Dilipkumar Gandhi
2006
Fashion Designing
347
Santwana Kaushik
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
348
Aakefa Faridmiya Shaikh
2006
Certificate Not Given
349
Masudabanu Shaikh
2006
Certificate Not Given
350
Mitsu Kaushik Shah
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
351
Falguni Dwarkabhai Patel
2006
Fashion and Textile Designing
352
Rajul Ishwarchand Jani
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
353
Sangita Praduyman Parmar
2006
Certificate Not Given
354
Priyanka Virani
2006
Certificate Not Given
355
Palak Rajesh Dudhiya
2006
Fashion Designing
356
Hetal Anilkumar Pathak
2006
Certificate Not Given
357
Manushi Mahendrakumar Shah
2006
Fashion and Textile Designing
358
Amishi Vadgama
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
359
Purvi Suresh Agrawal
2006
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
360
Sanjana Nair
2006
Certificate Not Given
361
Khushboo Mahendra Shah
2006
Certificate Not Given
362
Rashmi Tank
2007
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
363
Hiren Rajesh Dhariya
2007
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
364
Kruti Ashok Parikh
2007
Certificate Not Given
365
Neha Ganpat Raj Jain
2007
Fashion Textile Home fashion and Jewellery Designing
366
Sheekha D. Shah
2006
Certificate Not Given
367
Shibani Rajesh Gupta
2007
Fashion and Textile Designing
368
Minaxiben Mahedia
2007
Certificate Not Given
369
Sarita Mitra
2007
Certificate Not Given
370
Nimpal Uday Patel
2007
Fashion and Textile Designing
371
Bhakti Oza
2008
Certificate Not Given
372
Shreya Kamal Shah
2008
Fashion and Textile Designing
373
Harpreet Kaur Mandeep Singh Saini
2008
Fashion and Textile Designing
374
Sneha Pankaj Jagad
2008
Fashion and Home fashion
375
Shivangi N. Chokhani
2008
Fashion textile and Home Textile
376
Geetanjali M. Kothari
2008
Fashion textile and Home Textile


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