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Textile Industry is one of the oldest industry in India. Textile engineering, also known as textile technology, it is the study of various principles form engineering and scientific methodologies. These principles are then implemented for the processing and production of all kinds of textile fabric and yarns from textile fibers. Textile Engineering studies both physical & chemical principles from scientific and engineering methodologies, which are then implemented for production & processing. It also deals with the study of chemical and physical principles which are utilized for the analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber. The major role of this engineering is to design and control of all aspects of textile and apparel processes, machineries, products and fibers.

There are over the thousand textile mills across the country which provide employment to more than 30 million people.  The textile sector plays a role in the growth of Indian economy. There are two types of textile sectors in India as one is handloom sector and second is mechanized sector.



  • Technical Textiles
  • Yarn and Non-woven Technology
  • Textile Materials and Performance Evaluation
  • Knitting and Knit CAD
  • Weaving and Weave CAD
  • Coloration Technology



UG (4 years)

To take admission into an undergraduate course in textile engineering, a candidate should have passed 10+2 in science stream from any recognized institution. The courses offered in this field are-

  • Bachelor of Engineering in Textile Technology
  • Bachelor of Technology in Carpet & Textile Technology
  • Bachelor of Technology in Textile Technology
  • Bachelor of Technology in Textile Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Technology in Man Made Fiber Technology

 PG (2 Years)

To take admission into a postgraduate course, a candidate must have completed his/her Bachelor of Science/ B.Tech from any recognized university. The courses offered in this field are-

  • Master of Technology in Textile Chemistry
  • Master of Engineering in Textile Engineering
  • Master of Technology in Textile Technology

Diploma (3 Years)

  • Diploma in Textile Technology / Textile Engineering
  • Diploma in Fabrication Technology & Erection Engineering

Beside these, it is one of the broad research fields leading to the PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degree.



Textile engineering is an innovative field as it is a scientific realm. It involves the creative research, study, and exploration of new techniques for production and improvisation. Textile manufacturers not only seek to develop and find new techniques for the production of new fabrics of better quality, but they also constantly work on improving existing textile fibers. There are fully sufficient career opportunities in this field for talented professionals. The industrial knowledge and skills of graduates are highly valued by textile manufacturing companies. The quality of product and productivity plays a major role for exporting garments. Graduates professional from this field are employed in departments of textile plants and companies varying from small to large scale such as planning, production, quality control, sales or marketing or agencies of domestic or abroad companies for textile products and textile machinery, intended in different regions of the country.



  • Medical textiles engineer.
  • Process engineer.
  • Operations trainee.
  • Researchers
  • Technologists
  • Process Engineer
  • Technical Salesperson
  • Development Engineers
  • Quality Control Supervisor
  • Process improvement engineer.



  • Anna University, Guindy, Chennai           
  • PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
  • The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara
  • Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Matunga East, Mumbai
  • Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya (SVVV), Indore
  • Park College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore



  • Textiles: Fiber to Fabric, McGraw-Hill International Editions By Bernard P. Corbman
  • Mill by David Macaulay 
  • Textile Futures by Bradley Quinn
  • Manufacturing Processes for Textile and Fashion
  • Textile Technology and Design by Alexa Griffith Winton
  • The Chemistry of Textile Fibres by Roger H Wardman