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What is Textile Engineering?
« on: August 04, 2008, 12:53:30 PM »
What is Textile Engineering?

It is branch of Engineering which deals with study of textile raw materials, techniques and manufacturing technologies of textile products, treatments, with related testing, quality control and management aspects.

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Introduction to B.E Textile Engineering (4Years / 8 Semesters)
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2008, 12:56:21 PM »
Introduction to B.E Textile Engineering

With the changing scenario of textile globally and the new challenges faced by the local textile sector, the need of educated and technically sound personnels is considerably increases. To realize the need of the hour, SFDAC has introduced textile engineering program aiming at human resource development and to provide professional education to cater the requirement of the textile sector.
B.E Textile Engineering (4Years / 8 Semesters)
In Affiliation with Hamdard University

SFDAC is offering four years Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles program in affiliation with Hamdard University. This is a four years full time study program designed to fulfill the textile industry requirements. This program is a self contained course and provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of the engineering principles of various areas of importance to flourish and expand local textile industry particularly with reference to productivity, design, economy and quality aspects.

The subjects have been included keeping into consideration modern trends alongwith the subjects which are necessary to understand Textile Engineering and to keep the student update with the modern trends. Many subjects have been incorporated covering the Computer Applications, Communication Skills, Business Management, Marketing etc.
B. E Textile Engineering Graduation Requirements

The Textile Engineering program at SFDAC is a bachelor degree. Graduation essentially requires a minimum 2.00 CGPA in overall eight Semesters (Four Academic Years). Textile Engineering students must pass all the courses as mentioned in the prospectus of the B. E program.


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The Curriculum :: 1. Course Structure 2. Project Design Thesis
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2008, 12:57:53 PM »
The Curriculum

In response to the needs of industry, the Centre focuses its curriculum on textile engineering and integrates engineering applications throughout the course. The ability to cover diverse aspects of textile engineering in an academically rigorous and industrially relevant manner is a major attraction of the course are:

   1. Course Structure

      The curriculum is structured so as to provide adequate groundwork of essential fundamentals on aspects related to Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry in the early stages of the course.

      After establishing a secure foundation, the students are introduced to concurrent textile related studies at various levels within the structure of the course in order to integrate basic concepts with advanced aspects of textile engineering. This integration will culminate into specialization in diverse areas of textile engineering. The course structure is designed to enable students to appropriate the interdependence that exists among them thus providing a means by which multidisciplinary skills knowledge may be combined to design, process and manufacture textile production.

   2. Project Design Thesis

      The project is the largest module on the course and can be considered as the heart of the course requiring the student to use the relevant resources gleaned from all the taught modules, which can be used to solve an industrial problem or advance a particular area of research.

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Career Opportunities in Textile Engineering
« Reply #3 on: August 04, 2008, 01:00:24 PM »
Career Opportunities in Textile Engineering

The graduates from SFDAC would have career opportunities in various fields of textile particularly in Fibre production industry, Spinning, Weaving and knitting, Dyeing, Printing, Finishing, Buying Houses etc.

Pakistan’s textile industry is in need of qualified engineers. Every major industry is a consumer of textile and hence the career opportunities for these graduate engineers are surprisingly diverse. Job prospects in this field are much better than for industry as a whole because this sector is in initial stage of its development in the country.

For successful candidates it is easier to get employment than many other science and technology graduates. Textile firms continue to be the major employers though textiles are also the basis of the fibre, coating and adhesives industries.

Textile production and processing are the two sectors which employ the largest number of textile engineers, technologists and technicians. These secondary textile consumers have increasing need of flexible and well-trained specialist engineers and technicians. As textile material properties improves and manufacturing methods progresses, simultaneously new areas of applications will develop.

SFDAC is offering this B. E Textile Engineering Degree program to provide qualified and technically sound manpower to fulfill existing demand supply gap for textile specialized manpower.

Uptill now six batches of B. E Textile Engineering have graduated.

The graduate engineers are working in some of the following prominent textile industries of Pakistan:

   1. Afroze Textile Mills Ltd., Karachi.
   2. Al-Rauf Textile Mills, Karachi.
   3. Al-Karam Textile Mills Ltd., Karachi.
   4. Al-Rehmat Textile Mills Faisalabad.
   5. Ammar Textile Mills Lahore.
   6. Arzo Textile Mills Faisalabad.
   7. Al-Nasar Textile Mills, Raiwind.
   8. Artistic Denim Mills, Karachi.
   9. Clariant Pakistan Ltd., Karachi.
  10. Commodity Textiles, Karachi.
  11. Crescent Textile Mills Faisalabad.
  12. Cambriage Textile Mills, Karachi.
  13. Dawood Cotton Mills, Karachi.
  14. Ellahi Cloth Mills, Gujar Khan.
  15. Fazal Textile Mills, Karachi.
  16. Gul Ahmed Textile Mills, Karachi.
  17. Ibrahim Fibres, Faisalabad.
  18. J. B. Industries, Karachi.
  19. Kings Apparel Ltd. Karachi.
  20. Liberty Textile Mills Karachi.
  21. Lucky Tex, Karachi.
  22. Mustaqeem Dyeing & Finishing Mills, Karachi.
  23. Maxco Industries, Karachi.
  24. Nina Industries Ltd., Karachi.
  25. Nishat Textile Mills. Kusur.
  26. Popular Dyeing Mills, Karachi.
  27. Rauf Textile Mils, Karachi.
  28. Riaz Textile Mills, Rawalpindi.
  29. Tsudakoma Corporation, Karachi.
  30. Younus Textile Mills, Karachi.
  31. Al-Abid Silk Mills Ltd., Karachi.
  32. Rajby Industries, Karachi.
  33. Soorty Textile Mills, Karachi.


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Admission Criteria in Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles
« Reply #4 on: August 04, 2008, 01:01:59 PM »
Admission Criteria in Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles

The candidates should possess one of the following. Qualifications for admission in the Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles four years full time Degree program:

         1. Intermediate/HSC (Pre—engineering examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or equivalent) with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.
         2. B.Sc. Examination at least 5O% marks in aggregate with Maths, Physics, Chemistry or Statistics.
   2. Candidates of Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE) in Textile Technology with minimum 60% marks.
   3. Admission is subject to successful passing the Entrance Test and Interview. Entrance test will comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and General Knowledge multiple choice questions.
   4. First priority will be given to candidate who passed their HSC or equivalent in the current year and fulfilling the age criteria.
   5. If a candidate, after final selection for admission, does not pay the course fees within the specified date period, the selection shall stand cancelled and the seat shall be filled by the candidate next in merit on the waiting list.
   6. If a candidate leaves the Centre within one months of the start of first year classes, the vacant seat shall be filled by a candidate from the waiting list.
   7. If a student leaves the Centre after two months of admission and due to circumstances beyond his/her control has remained absent for some time, he/she can apply to the Director of the College giving valid reason to continue the studies from where he/she had left it. The College’s Academic Committee after considering the academic as well as administrative aspects to the issue shall recommend to the Director for approval or otherwise of such a request.
   8. If at any time the Course Management detects that there is misrepresentation of facts/forged documents at the time of admission, the student will be expelled from the College and his/her admission will be cancelled.

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Fee Structure Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles
« Reply #5 on: August 04, 2008, 01:03:49 PM »
Fee Structure  Bachelor of Engineering in Textiles
   1. Course fee shall be paid to the Centre as and when required.
   2. Security Deposit Rs.5,000/- is to he paid only once at the time of admission.
   3. Students who do not clear their dues within ten days of the commencement of the session will have to pay a penalty.
   4. Fees may be enhanced any time during the course of study after giving one month prior notice.
   5. In case a student withdraws from the College after getting admission and attending the classes the admission fee dues and 1st installment will not he refunded. However in case of withdrawal without attending the classes, the admission fee will not be refunded. The refund of tuition fee will be made on the following basis:
          * Within 1 week of start of classes 100% of 1st installment.
          * Within 2 weeks of start of classes 90% of 1st installment.
          * Within 3 weeks of start of classes 80% of 1st installment.
          * Within 4 weeks of start of classes 70% of 1st installment.
          * No refund after 4 weeks
   6. All pay orders/demand drafts should be in the name of Synthetic Fibre Development & Application Centre Karachi.

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