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Program Name B.Tech in Textile Technology
Level Under Graduation
Program Specific Enquiries 0863-2344745
Admission Enrollment and General Enquiries 0863-2344777, 1800-425-2529
HoD Contact Number 9840052103

Vision:
To attain global recognition in research and training students for meeting the challenging needs of textile, garment and allied industries and society.


Mission:
  • To enlighten the students about the latest technologies in textile and garment through innovative educational practices, Industrial visits and multi-disciplinary research.
  • To engage with the industry through consultancy as solution providers.

  • Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    PEO1: Graduates pursue profession in Textile & allied engineering

    PEO2: Graduates of the programme will have the continual learning ability and will be adapting to the constantly changing technology.

    PEO3: Graduates will pursue higher education & research

    Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    PSO 1: Ability to apply knowledge of textile technology in identifying and providing appropriate solutions to problems of textile industry.

    PSO 2: Ability to Demonstrate learned techniques, experiments, modern engineering tools and software to estimate the optimum utilization resources such as raw materials, machineries, manpower and to predict the properties of fibre, yarn, fabric and garments as per the end uses.

    PSO 3: Ability to apply knowledge of fashion technology in developing new products with different styles and also to design optimized textile process to develop quality and cost effective products.

    Programme Outcomes (POs)

    The graduates of Computer Science and Engineering will be able to:

    PO 1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    PO 2: Identify, formulate review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

    PO 3: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety and the cultural, social and environmental considerations.

    PO 4: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions

    PO 5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

    PO 6: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    PO 7: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    PO 8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    PO 9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

    PO 10: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

    PO 11: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one's own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

    PO 12: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


    I Year (R16 Regulation)

    I Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16HS103 Engineering Mathemetics-I 3 1 2 5
    16HS102 Engineering Physics 3 - - 3
    16HS105 Technical English Communication 3 - 2 4
    16CS101 Basics of Computers and Internet 3 - 2 4
    16CS102 Computer Programming 3 1 2 5
    16EE101 Basics of Engineering Products 3 - 2 4
    16HS104 English Proficiency and Communication Skills - - 2 1
    16HS110 Engineering Physics Laboratory - - 3 2
    Total 18 2 15 28/td>
                      
    I Year (R16 Regulation) (R13 Regulation)

    II Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16HS108 Engineering Mathematics - II 3 1 2 5
    16HS107 Engineering Chemistry 3 - - 3
    16ME101 Engineering Graphics 1 - 3 3
    16EE102 Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3 - 2 4
    16HS111 Engineering Chemistry Laboratory - - 3 2
    16HS109 Environmental Science and Technology 2 - - 2
    16TF101 Textile Fibres 3 - 2 4
    16CH102 Material Science and Technology 3 1 - 4
    Total 18 2 12 27
                      
    II Year (R16 Regulation)

    III Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16HS202 Probability & Statistics 3 1 - 4
    16EL102 Soft Skills Laboratory - - 2 1
    16TF201 Technology of Manufactured Fibres 3 - - 3
    16TF202 Yarn Manufacturing 3 - - 3
    16TF203 Fabric Manufacturing 3 - - 3
    16TF204 Fashion, Art, Design and Accessories 3 - - 3
    16TF205 Pattern Engineering 3 - - 3
    16TF206 Fashion Illustration Laboratory - - 3 2
    16TF207 Accessories and Surface Ornmentation Laboratory - - 3 2
      Employability and Life Skills Elective - - - 1-3
    Total 18 1 8 25-27
                      
    II Year (R16 Regulation)

    IV Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16EL103 Professional Communication Laboratory - - 2 1
    16TF208 Garment Construction Techniques 3 - 2 4
    16TF209 Technology of Knits and Non-wovens 3 - - 3
    16TF210 Fabric Structure and Design 3 - 2 4
    16TF211 Textile Wet Processing 3 - 3 5
      Department Elective - - - 3
      Department / Open Elective - - - 3-4
      Employability and Life Skills Elective - - - 1-3
    Total 12 - 9 24-27
                      
    III Year (R16 Regulation)

    V Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16TF301 Testing of Fibres and Yarns 3 - 2 4
    16TF302 Apparel Production, Planning and Control 3 - - 3
    16TF303 Garment Dyeing, Printing and Embroidery 3 - 3 5
    16TF304 Textile Mathematics 3 - - 3
      Department Elective - - - 3
      Department / Open Elective - - - 3-4
      Employability and Life Skills Elective - - - 1-3
    Total 12 - 5 22-25
                      
    III Year (R16 Regulation)

    VI Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16HS301 Professional Ethics 2 - - 2
    16TF305 Garment Machinery 3 - 2 4
    16TF306 Testing of Fabrics and Garments 3 - 2 4
    16TF307 Apparel Merchandising 3 1 - 4
    16TF308 Textile and Fashion CAD Lab - - 3 2
      Department Elective - - - 3
      Department / Open Elective - - - 3-4
      Employability and Life Skills Elective - - - 1-3
    Total 11 1 7 23-26
                      
    IV Year (R16 Regulation)

    VII Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16MS201 Management Science 3 - - 3
    16TF401 Clothing Comfort 3 - - 3
    16TF402 Industrial Engg. for Textiles & Apparels 3 - - 3
    16TF403 Apparel Costing and Export Documents 3 - - 3
    16TF404 Technical Textiles 3 - - 3
    16TF405 Men, Women, Children Wear Construction Laboratory - - 3 2
      Department Elective - - - 3
      Department / Open Elective - - - 3-4
      Employability and Life Skills Elective - - - 1-3
    Total 15 - 3 24-27
                      
    IV Year (R16 Regulation)

    VIII Semester

    Code Subject L T P C
    16TF406 / 16TF407 Project work / Internship - - 30 15
    Total - - 30 15
                      
        L=Lecture;    T=Tutorial;    P=Practicals;    To=Total; C=Credits;

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