Textile Engineer

“Textile Engineering is the science that deals with all activities and methods which are involved in the process of textile manufacturing”.

Textile engineering contains the principles, law and scientific techniques which are utilized for development and manufacturing the textile fabrics and all type of yarns. It also involves the study of principles of science that deals with the analysis of polymers involves in the formation of textile fiber.


Career Option

  • There are numerous big multinational companies in India and origin from India. Beside these several MNCs from abroad are expanding the plant in India and looking for the experts and graduates in textile engineering. It is a big opportunity for the candidates who choose this field as the career for themselves. By the globalization of the business
  • we bring various technologies in our country. With the development and continual research
  • our textile industries play the vital role in Indian economy and provide the employment opportunities for the graduates in textile engineering. An engineer from textile can find the job in quality control
  • sales technical
  • R&D
  • production control
  • process engineering
  • corporate management
  • planning and maintenance of textile machinery.

Top Colleges In India

  • Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi Address: Hauz Khas110-016 New Delhi India telephone: +91 (011) 686 1977 http://textile.iitd.ac.in/index.html
  • Institute of Apparel Management [IAM] Address: 7th Floor, Apparel HouseInstitutional Area, Sector-44, Gurgoan122003 Gurgoan (Gurgaon)India telephone: +91 (124) 270 8226 http://www.iamindia.in/

Courses to be pursued

  • • Diploma in Textile Technology / Textile Engineering • Diploma in Fabrication Technology & Erection Engineering • Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Textile Engineering • Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Textile Technology • Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Textile Engineering • Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Textile Chemistry

Working Condition

Contracted working hours are typically 9am to 5pm, although it is usually necessary to work late when there are deadlines to be met. Technologists working in a production environment may be required to work shifts and weekends. Career breaks and part-time work may be possible, but employers' attitudes and policies vary.

Personal Skill

  • • Strong practical skills • IT skills • The ability to lead a team • Creativity and problem-solving skills • Organisational skills

Educational Qualification

  • • Class 10th Pass • Class 10+2 with Science Stream
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