Which colleges offer Textile Technology Engineering

Clothing is one of the basic needs of man. The textile industry involves manufacturing different types of fabrics. Apart from the basic processes of manufacturing of fabric, spinning, weaving, bleaching, dyeing, printing & finishing, the industry has witnessed unprecedented growth in the scope for fashion deigning & garment manufacturing in the recent past. Further more textiles are finding ever-increasing applications in industry, medicine, research areas like space etc. So the textile technologists are assured to be in great demand at the national as well as international level for a long time to come. Students who have cleared their 12th class exam with Physics, Chemistry, Maths subjects are eligible for this course.

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Oneindia education has identified a few renowned institutions that offer Silk Technology Engineering.

Anuradha Engineering College, Chikhali

The department was established in 1996 and accredited by National Board of Accreditation. "India's textile & apparel exports jumped 11% in month of January 2009 at US $972 million, compared with US $871 million in December 2008" (According to Apparel Export Promotion Council). The above lines summarise the importance of the textile industry in the Indian context. Increasing demand for apparels and value added textiles are opening new employment opportunities for the textile professionals. With the lifting of 84% of global quota restrictions, production capacities and manpower requirement would see a quantum leap. And this is just the beginning. The department of Textile Engineering is keeping pace with the future challenges and has an integrated teaching programme covering both theoretical and practical aspects of the textile engineering. Lectures, demonstrations and illustrations with audio visuals aids, practical, projects, seminars, tours and in-plant training caters to the needs of the challenging textile industry ahead. The inputs by leading professionals in the field of textile productions and managements enable the students to keep abreast with current industry trends.

Contact details:

Contact numbers:07264-243274, 242063, 242580
Email:admission@anuradhaengg.org, principalsva@rediffmail.com
Website: www.aecc.ac.in
Location: Sakegaon Road,Anuradha Nagar , Chikhli, Buldana, Maharashtra, India - 443 201


College of Engineering and technology, Akola

The department offers a four year degree course leading to the degree of B.Text (E). The first year of all engineering branches is common. In the 2nd, 3rd & final year the students are exposed to theory & practicals of spinning- conversion of fibres to yarns, weaving & knitting- conversion of yarns to fabric, chemical processing- bleaching, dyeing, printing & finishing of fabrics, textile testing- testing from raw material to the finished product at various stages of manufacturing process, textile fibre- the study of the structure & properties of the basic element of textiles i.e. various fibres, man made fibre technology- manufacturing of fibers.
The department has well equipped laboratories with qualified and experienced teaching faculty and supporting staff. It provides testing facility and consultancy services to the textile industries situated in and around Akola district.

Contact details:

Address: Babhulgaon ( (Jh) N.H. No-6,Nagpur Road, AkolaDistrict, AKOLA.
PIN: 444104
State: Maharashtra
Telephone: 0724- 2259024, 225069
e-mail: principalcoeta@gmail.com


DKTE Society's Textile and Engineering Institute, IchalKaranji

Ichalkaranji, popularly known as the "Manchester of Maharashtra State", is one of the most prominent textile centers of the country. The department was established in the year 1982 with diploma course in textile (DTM). Textile degree courses (TT/MMTT) started in the year 1983, also TPE and TC courses in 1984 and 1987 respectively. The department is preparing the work force to face the challenges of textile industries by imparting upto date knowledge of spinning, weaving, garmenting, knitting, testing, fashion, fibre science, dyeing, printing, finishing, chemical testing & computer colour matching. Research based, post graduate course M.Text in Textile Technology was started in 1997, Textile Chemistry in 2006, Technical Texiles in 2004.

Contact details:

Rajwada, P.O.Box. No.130,
Ichalkaranji-416 115
Dist: Kolhapur (Maharashtra) India.
Phone: (0230) 2421300
Email: dkte@sancharnet.in


Giani Zail Singh, Punjab Technical University Campus, Bathinda

Giani Zail Singh, Punjab Technical University Campus, Bathinda was the first technical institute established by government of Punjab. The foundation stone was laid by Sidharth Shankar Ray, then Governor of Punjab in 1989. It started with the name as Government Engineering College, Bathinda, and later got the name of Giani Zail Singh College of Engineering & Technology, Bathinda in 1992 after ex-president of India in 1992 and was made fully autonomous.
This College has been made as constituent college of Punjab Technical University in 2011 with the aim to put emphasis on Post Graduate studies and Doctoral Research. It is now with the objective to play pivotal role in producing quality technical manpower being the second campus of Punjab Technical University.

Contact details:

Punjab Technical university
Giani Zail Singh Campus
Bathinda - 151001
Telephone: 0164-2280985, 2283025
Email: academics_gzscet@yahoo.com


Jawaharlal Darda Institute of Engineering and Technology, Yavatmal

The Textile Engineering Department was established with an aim to expose students to industry oriented machines and equipments. Textile industry is one of the major industries of the world's economy and India's second largest industrial sector which deals with one of the basic necessity of life i.e. clothing material, which reveals the development of the human civilisation.

Textile Engineering has a vast scope from the microstich in medical surgery to spacesuit used in fast growing space-research exploring the universe. The course deals with the study of manufacturing of yarns, woven & non-woven fabrics with its aesthetic and comfort properties. The end use requirement of particular textile enables the textile technocrat to design the desired product. The stream produces extensive job opportunities in various fields as spinning, weaving, chemical processing, non-woven, knotted fabric manufacturing, textile designing, fashion designing, textile marketing & fiber manufacturing government sectors as well as in academics etc.

Contact details:

Institute of Engineering & Technology,
MIDC, Lohara,
Yavatmal - 445 001
Telephone: (07232) 249460, 249378, 249586
Email ID: jdiet_yml@sancharnet.in or prin_jdiet@rediffmail.com
Website: www.jdiet.ac.in


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