Textile Processing

Salient Features of the Course
1. Programme Title Diploma Course in Textile Processing.
2. Entry Qualification Matriculation or as per norms laid down by AICTE/State Board of Technical Education(10+).                  
3. Course Duration  Three years
4. Programme Structure     Semester system (Each semester is of atleast 16 weeks and 40 hours of contact for academic work.) 
5. Intake of Students   30 students 
6. Type of the Course Full Time
This course deals with textile fibre science.
  • To manufacture different textile fibres  by using basic principles/procedures/properties of textile fibre science.

  • To execute various recipes for dyeing by using  principles of dyeing, operations, materials, equipment and processes.

  • To effectively supervise the processing of textiles in bleaching section by using various principles of bleaching, operations, materials, equipment and processes

  • To be well versed with organic, industrial , physical chemistry and various organic compounds. 

  • To do screen/roller/block printing  by using various operations, materials, equipment and processes used for printing.

  • To control the quality of the knitted product.

  • To supervise physical and chemical testing of textiles.

  • A diploma holder in textile processing must have necessary knowledge and skills regarding principles and procedures used for finishing. For this, he should be acquainted with different types of processing machines used for finishing.

Main Subjects :Three Year Diploma Curricula 
  • Textile Fibre Technology
  • Dyeing Technology
  • Bleaching Technology
  • Textile Testing & Quality Control 
  • Dye Stuff Chemistry   
  • Printing Technology
  • Textile Colour & Design 
  • Finishing Technology 
  • Environmental Engineering 
  • Production Planning and Management
Further Education 
  • B.Tech (Textiles)

Employment Opportunities 
  • Diploma holders in Textile Processing are required to do job of  Inspectors / Supervisor / Technicians /knitters / entrepreneur in the different knitting industries in private and government types of industry/organisation.

  • Teaching