Textile engineering is a branch of engineering that involves the design and control of the process of textile manufacturing. It has increased popularity as a career option because textile industries nowadays are contributing a substantial percentage in the country's economy. Numerous textile mills have been built in India, both in the handloom and mechanized versions, offering plenty of job opportunities for skilled textile engineering specialists.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The textile industry offers tremendous scope for employment. From the processing of raw materials to the designing of apparel and furnishings the textile industry is a major employer of skilled as well as unskilled labour. Even though the textile industry has been from a historical standpoint one that employs unskilled labour, there are qualified individuals who have been entering the field as well because of the scope that it offers. Students of textile design after finishing their graduation can easily find employment in the industry within six months. One-third of the students work in the art, design and media sector and 18% of them work as textile or clothing designers. In order to truly understand how a textile mill works students need to gain some experience of having worked in one as a summer vacation or entry level job.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Today’s hyperactive connected world is actually a global village, all thanks to engineering! The once colossal field of engineering has split into several branches, creating countless predictable and unusual employment opportunities. Technical knowledge plays a very important role in the progress of a country, producing trained work force, augmenting industrial output and enhancing the quality of life.
Monday, May 5, 2014
Posted by Jhon Synthi
on 6:37 AM
Every one of us might have heard the saying “fashion reflects the temper of the times.” When a country is politically stable and economically affluent, frivolous fashion dominates over other trends. During an unstable period decent-looking, practical and more sensible trends prevail.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Ecology is indeed an important factor that helps sustainability and fair use of scarce raw materials and also natural resources and non renewable energy resources. As a matter of fact, the need to preserve, protect and perpetrate ecological consideration is at the core of all fashion designing and this must consider and honor fair use of materials and also plans to reduce environmental pollution as much as possible in as much as fashion designing is concerned.