Welcome to Department of Textile Technology

 

The Department of Textile Technology was established in the year 1987 with an intake of 15 for B. Tech. UG cousre.  Subsequently, the intake was increased to 30 in 2002. M. Tech in Textile Technology has started from the academic year 2016-17 with an intake of 15.  Ph.D. program in Textile Technology is also offered under Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathawada University Nanded. The UG Program of the Department is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) consecutively three times in the year 2003, 2008 and 2013. The department provides latest and relevant quality education covering various aspects of design, development and manufacturing of fibres, yarns, and fabrics used as dress material to highly specialized industrial applications.

The department offers following programmes:

Programme

Type

Duration

Intake

Year of start

B Tech Full time 4 yrs 30 1987
M Tech* Full time 2 yrs 15 2016
Ph. D. ** Full time 3 yrs (min) 8/ guide 2001
* Please click here for M Tech details **Please click here for Ph.D. details

About us

* The Department of Textile Technology was established in the year 1987 with an intake of 15 for B. Tech. UG cousre.  Subsequently, the intake was increased to 30 in 2002. Ph.D. program in Textile Technology is also offered under Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathawada University Nanded. The UG Program of the Department is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The department provides latest and relevant quality education covering various aspects of design, development and manufacturing of fibres, yarns, and fabrics used as dress material to highly specialized industrial applications. 

Department has seven faculty members out of which six are doctorates (mostly from IITs). This Department has a good academic culture and conducive research environment in the areas like spinning, fibre science, non-woven, weaving, industrial management and economics. The laboratories equipments have been procured from the funding of state government and the AICTE funded projects under the category of  MODROB and R&D. The infrastructure is sufficient to achieve the academic excellence.

The students of this department are working in most prestigious national and international companies like Reliance, Raymonds, Indorama, Spentex, Century Rayon, Morarjee, Welspun, Garden, Century Enka, KSF, Microsynth fabrics, Filatex, Supreme Non-wovens, Trutzschler, Barmag, Brinton, ATE enterprises, Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, TCS, IBM etc. Department organizes seminars/conferences for students and faculty; community development programmes for the local unemployed youth and women. Students participate in different co-curricular and extra-curricular activities at the institute, state, national and international level. Texplorer, a national level students’ paper presentation contest is a regular activity of the students of the department. Textile course of this institute has the reputation of hundred percent placements since inception and maintains this tradition also in the period of recession.

* Educational objectives

The Textile Technology Programme educational objectives (PEOs) are as follows:

  1. To impart high quality education in the field of Textiles covering the technology and production of yarn, fabric, fibre, chemical treatments and technical textiles.

  2. To produce competent textile graduates capable to serve and cater the needs of national and global textile industries, higher studies, research centres and overall to meet future challenges.

  3. To develop adequate mathematical, analytical, logical and soft skills among the students to be competent enough to work in interdisciplinary areas and groups.

  4. To lay the foundation on managerial and behavioural aspects of professional life and thus enabling them to handle the future requirements efficiently.

  5. To encourage and participate the students in research and development activities.

  6. To train and provide knowledge in designing and developing product, process and technology. 

Vision and Mission of the Department

Vision:

Provide an environment for quality education, pro-industry research and innovation with industry partnership to meet global standards with the sense of ‘Make in India’ philosophy.

Mission:

M -1. Provide up to date knowledge in the fields of manufacturing and management.

M-2. Continual up-gradation of curriculum in the context of global standards, peer feedback, in consultation with stakeholders.

M-3. Establish and maintain state-of-the-art research facilities and develop linkages with Industries and other educational institutions.

M-4. Encourage students for research and development activities, innovation and entrepreneurship.

M-5. Continuing education programme to develop skilled human power.

Regular Faculty

 Name

Designation

Date of joining

Highest   Qualification

Specialization

Email

Dr. Chakarabarti A. Professor & Head 03.10.1988 Ph.D.(IIT) Spinning, process & QC chakrabartianup@yahoo.co.in
Dr. Kar P.* Professor 06.06.1989 Ph.D.(IIT) Fiber Science & Tech, Textile Wet Processing prabir_kar@yahoo.com
Dr. Solankar P.G.* Professor 02.07.1990 Ph.D.(IIT) Weaving, Industrial Engg, Mgnt. pgsolankar@sggs.ac.in
Dr. Joshi R.N.* Associate. Professor  29.06.1998 Ph.D.(IIT) Weaving, productivity analysis rnjoshi2020@gmail.com, rnjoshi@sggs.ac.in

Contractual Faculty

Name

Designation

Date of joining

Highest Qualification

Specialization

Email

Dr. N. Srikrinshna  Adhoc Faculty 06.08.2018 Ph.D. weaving, producion management srikrishnatexchem@yahoo.co.in
Ms. S. Wanjari Adhoc Faculty 06.08.2018 M. Tech  Spinning aboulia156@gmail.com
 

Adjunct Faculty

Sr.no. Name
1 Dr. J.P.Sampath Kumar
2 Mr. Shrikant Eklahare
3 Mr. Aniket S. Bhute
4 Mr. B.B. Basu
5 Dr. P. Pramanik
 

Name of staff

Designation

Date of joining 

Laboratory

Qualification Experience
Mr. S. S. Deshpande Sr. Lab. Assistant 01.01.1990 Weaving, Knitting, Geo Textile, Garment Lab Diploma in Textile Design 28 years
Mr. D. S. Penlod Lab. Attendant 02.11.1984 Textile chemistry S.S.C. 34 years
Mr. S. P. Pawar Lab. Attendant 01.06.1992 Weaving, knitting, Geo-textile, garment H.S.C. 26 years
Mr. R . D. Chikhalikar Lab. Attendant 27.06.1992 Spinning S.S.C 26 years
Mr. M. M. Golegaonkar Lab. Attendant 25.02.1997 Textile Testing, computer S.S.C 21 years
Sr. No. Name of the Laboratory No. of students per Setup (Bat ch Size) Name of the Important equipment Weekly utilization status (all the courses for which the lab is utilized) Technical Manpower support
Name of the technical staff Designation
1 Spinning Laboratory 15-20 LF1400A Speed frame, D02S   LMW Draw frame, DJ50 Textool Ring Fame, CI/3  LMW  Crystallina  Card, TrytexMulticount Ring Frame Practicals YM-I-04hr, YM-II-04hr, YM-III-06hr,YM-IV-06hr, PCS- 06 hr Mr. Pawale R.. D. Lab. Attendant
Project MP-04hr
2 Weaving Preparatory Laboratory 15-20 Sectional warping machine, RJK cone winding machine,AutomaticPirn winding machine Practicals WT-I-04hr, WT-II-04hr, AUW--03hr, Mr.S.P. Pawar Lab. Attendant
Project MP-04hr
3 Weaving Laboratory 15-20 Looms (Dobby, Jacquard, Automatic , plain loom, hand loom), Dynamic Shiva DR II Plus Rapier loom Practicals WT-III-06hr, AUW—03 hr, Mr.S.S. Deshpande Lab. Assistant
Project MP-04hr
Training 08  hr/sem
4 Knitting & Geo-textile Laboratory 15-20 Circular Knitting Machine – Knitmac, Knitting with jacquard, Computerized V-Bed Knitting machine-Apex, Garment Stitching M/c, V-Bed machine, Flat bed knitting machine, Interlock knitting machine, C.B.R Tester, Thickness tester Shear Tester, Puncture resistance , Water permeability Tester Practicals KT&N- 06 hr,              TT-I- 06 hr Mr. S. Kurlepwar Lab. Attendant
Project MP-04hr
Training 08  hr/sem
5 Textile Testing Laboratory 15-20 Premier 7000 Unevenness Tester, Statex  Hairiness Tester, Statex Medium Vol. Instrument, Instron Universal tester- 4302, Yarn crimp tester, Eureka abrasion tester, Eureka fabric stiffness tester, Eureka crease recovery tester, Prolific Yarn Twist Tester, Microscopes, Air Permeability Tester Practicals TT-I-04 hr, TT-II-04 hr, Mr.M.M. Golegaonkar Lab. Attendant
Project MP-04hr
Testing As per customer order
6 Textile Chemistry & Fibre Sc. Laboratory 15-20 Curing Chamber, Infra Red Dyeing Machine, Vertical Padding Mangle, Filament Drawing Machine, Spectrophotometer -SS 5100A, Coating and curing machine,  Flame Resistant Tester, Washing Fastness Tester,  Light Fastness Tester,  Constant Temperature water bath Practicals NFFP- 04 hr, TWP-I- 04hr, TWP-II- 06hr, ATF- 06 hr Mr.D.S. Penload Lab. Attendant
Project MP-04hr
Training 08  hr/sem
7 Garment Technology 15-20 Fashion Maker Singer Overlock, Singer Sewing Machines Practicals GT- 02 hr Mr.S.S. Deshpande Lab. Assistant
Training 30 hr/sem
8 Departmental Computer Laboratory 15-20 Dell i5 core processor, Autotex Design Software Practicals DBM-04 hr, IT- 04 hr Mr. M.M. Golegaonkar Lab. Attendant
Project MP-30hr

International Journal

Sr No

Details of paper

1 Mhasvekar U P and Joshi R N (2017), “A practical approach for controlling erosion of river banks using needle  punched  geo-bags”,  IJMRs  International Journal of Engineering Sciences, ISSN 2277-9698.
2 V.K.Joshi, Characteristics of Sugarcane fibers, IJFTR vol 39, June 2016, pp 115-121.
3 V.K.Joshi, Characteristics of sugarcane/Coir fibers reinforced composites in phenol Formaldehyde Resin, International Journal of Composite Materials, 2013
4 V.K.Joshi, Stress relaxation studies in sugar cane fibers”,Chemical Fibers International, 2013
5 V.K.Joshi, A new composite good for making false ceiling boards”, Textile Asia, 2013
6 Pramanik P., “The Tensile Properties of Nm12 fancy multicounty yarn”, Melliand-International, March., 2013, vol.19,
7 Pramanik P., “The Tensile Properties of 83.3tex fancy multicounty yarn”, Melliand-China, August., 2013  page43  
8 Pramanik P., “Optimization of Ring Frame Process Parameters for fancy multicounty yarn Part I: Ne 9.5s Multicount Yarn”,International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, HONGKONG), 2012, Volm-16
9 Pramanik P., “Tensile and Evenness Properties of Fancy multicounty yarn”, MelliandTextileberichte News Letter, 11th Nov., 2012

10

Joshi R. N. (2012), “Growth trends and relative efficiencies of Indian garment Industry”, IJMR International Journal of Management Sciences, 12(1), 1-13.

11

Joshi R. N. and Singh S.P. (2012), “Technical efficiency and its determinants in the Indian garment industry”, The Journal of the Textile Institute, 103(3), 231-243.

12

Joshi V K (2011), “Sugarcane bagasse-potential resource as a fiber: A review International Journal of Applied Engineering (online).

13

Pramanik P. & Shakeel Iqbal(2011), “ Box and Behnken Design in Textile Industry”,  Textile Asia, June, 2011.

14

Lipika Chakrabarty, Dr. Prabir Kar & Supriya Chakrabarty(2010), “An Insight to Natural Dyes”,  Asian Dyer ,July, 30-35.

15

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2010), “Estimation of Total Factor Productivity Growth in the Indian Garment Industry”, International Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 14(1), 145-160.

16

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2009), “Measuring Production Efficiency of Readymade Garment Firms”, Journal of Textile & Apparel Technology & Management, 6 (2), 1-12.

17

Pramanik P. & Shakeel Iqbal(2009), “Physical Characteristics of Cotton/Polyester Core Spun Yarn Made Using Ring and Air-Jet Systems”, Autex Research Journal-Poland, Vol.9, No.1, March 2009.

18

Joshi V K (2008), “Fibers from Sugarcane Bagasse”, Asian Textile Journal,(4),55-59.

19

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2006), “Effect of Sizing on Weavability of Dref Yarns”, AUTEX Research Journal,6, No.3, (9),142-147.

20

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2006), “Warp breakage mechanism of friction spun yarns”, Journal of Textile Institute, 97, No.6, 503-512.

21

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2005), “Comparative Analysis of Weavability of Ring, Rotor and Friction Spun Yarns”, Textile Asia, (11), 35-40.

22

7Behera B K and Joshi V K (2005), “Weavability of Ring, Rotor and Friction Spun Yarns”, Textile Asia, (10), 34-46.

23

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2004), “Weavability of Unconventional Yarns”, Asian Textile Journal,(5), 47-51.

24

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2004), “Warp Breakage Mechanism of Friction Spun Yarns”, Textile Research Journal.

25

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2004), “Weavability of Dref-2 and Dref-3 Yarns”, Textile Asia, (5), 32-35.

26

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2000), “Improving Weavability”,  Asian Textile Journal, (9), 47-54.

27

S.H.Jafari, Prabir Kar and S.K.Rana( 1998), “Morphology of high density/ linear low density polythelene drawn tapes “,Iranian Polymer Journal , Vol-7, No-2.
National Journal
Sr. No. Details of paper
1 Joshi R N, “Comparative study of Poly and Eco-friendly packaging bags”, Man Made Textile in India, XLI no. 6, 189-191, ISSN0377-7537, 2013
2 Joshi R N, “Fabrication of carbon and polypropylene composites for automobile applications”, Man Made Textiles in India, November 2013, XLI No.11, 381-385, ISSN0377-7537, 2013.
3 Joshi V K “, A review on coating methods and technologies used in textiles”, Manmade Textiles in India, 2013
4

Joshi R N (2012),” Indian garment industry: A comparative study of growth trends in domestic and export market”, Journal of the Textile Association, 72(5), 313-317.

5

Joshi R. N. (2012), “Efficiency and productivity analysis of the Indian garment industry during MFA phase-out and post period”,  Journal of the Textile Association.

6 Joshi V K (2011), “fiber Reinforcement for Water Storage Tanks,”, Journal of Textile Association.
7

Prabir Kar  etal (2010), “Feasibility of Dyeing Multiple Textile Fibres in A single Phase With Unique Natural Dye “,J.T.A, Vol-72(No -2), 62-67.

8

Joshi R. N. and Kar P. (2009), “ Mecha-tronic Fabrication of Prototype Monofilament Melt  Spinning for Laboratory Purposes”, Journal of Textile Association, 69 (6), 259-264.

9

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2009), “Sector Wise Analysis of India’s Textile and Clothing Export”, Journal of the Textile Association, 70(4), 163-166.

10

Joshi R N and Singh S P (2009), “ Comparative Performance of the Indian Apparel Firms”, The Icfai Journal of Managerial Economics, VII (3&4), 19-39.

11

Patil V.M. & Pramanik P. (2009), “Low Stress Mechanical Behaviour of Fabrics Obtained from Different Types of Cotton/Nylon Sheath/Core Yarn”, Indian journal of fibre and Technology    Research, New Delhi, Vol.34, June2009, PP155-161.

12

Joshi R. N. and Kar P. (2009), “ Mecha-tronic Fabrication of Prototype Monofilament Melt  Spinning for Laboratory Purposes”, Journal of Textile Association, 69 (6), 259-264.

13

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2008), “Productivity Growth and Efficiency Trends in the     Indian Textile Industry “,Journal of the Textile Association, 68(6), 242-250.

14

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P.(2008), “Textile & Clothing Export- Trends & Prospects”, The Indian Textile Journal, October, 50-54.

15 Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P.(2008), “A Case Study on Technical Efficiency of Readymade Garment Firms in Bangalore”, Arth Anvesan, 3(2), 20-25.
16

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P.(2008), “Export Trends of Indian Textile and Clothing: MFA Phase-out and Post Period”, Journal of the Textile Association, 69(4), 157-162.

17

Pramanik P. & Shakeel Iqbal(2008) “Properties of Multi Count Yarn”, Asian Textile Journal, Sept.2008, Vol-17, no.9, P-94.

18

Chakraborty S, Chakraborty L and Joshi V K (2007), “A Review on Natural Fiber Composites”, Textile Review, (6), 15-19.

19

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2007), “Weavability of Core Spun Yarns”, Indian Journal of Fiber & Textile Research,32, (3), 40-46.

20

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2004), “Weavability of Dref-2 Yarns”, Indian Journal of Fiber & Textile Research, 29, (12), 400-411.

21

Joshi V K, Gurudutt K, Sahu P B and Peshkar M L, (2004), “Application of Recycled Fibers in cushions”, Manmade Textile in India,(9), 339-340.

22

Chakrabarti A.K. & Chattopadhyay R. (2003), “Influence of Fibre Parameters on Properties of Friction Spun Yarns”, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 28, June 2003, pp150-156.

23

Kar P, Joshi V K and Deopura B L, (2002), “A review on Visco-Elastic Behavior of Oriented Polymers”, Manmade Textile in India, (12), 481-483.

24

Prabir Kar & Sh V.KJoshi( 2002), “A Review on visco-elastic behaviour of oriented polymers “,Manmade Textiles in India, Dec 2002,p-481.

25

Prabir Kar, Yashpal Wankhede and Shilpa Bhalerao,(2002) “Preparation of High Tenacity Polypropylene Multifilament Through Low Strain rate Multiple Step Drawing”, Manmade Textiles in India, Sept 2002, 367-368

26

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2000), “Improving Weavability” Synthetic Fibers, (7), 51-62.

27

Solankar P. G. and Dr. S. P. Singh (1999), “Performance Assessment of Indian Cotton Textile Spinning Firms- An Application of DEA Model,” Productivity, Vol. 40 (4), pp. 567-73.

28

Pramanik P. (1999), “Catechu dyeing”,The Indian Textile Journal, April'99,72-74.

29 Chakrabarti A.K. & Chattopadhyay R. (1998), “Influence of Additional Twisting on Tensile Properties of Friction Yarns”, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 23, Dec.1998, pp223-228.
30

Joshi V K and Solankar P G (1997), ”Installation of ISO 9000 in a Spinning mill” Textile Industry and Trade Journal, 44-47.

31

Joshi V K (1996), “Antistatic Fibers and Fabrics”, Manmade Textile in India,(7), 245-251.

32

Joshi V K, Kulkarni S D and Chakravarty S (1996), “Factor affecting interfiber friction”, Manmade Textile in India,(3), 99-100.

33 Salhotra K R, Behera B K and Joshi V K (1996), “Friction Spinning Pros & Cons”, The Indian Textile Journal,(4), 86-90.
34

Solankar P. G. (1996), “Globalisation of Indian Textile Industry Under Changing Environment’,  38,10, Textile Trends.

35

Solankar P. G. (1996), “Role of WTO in World Textile Trade’, Textile Industry of India.

36

Joshi V K (1995), “Spin finishes for synthetic fibers”, Manmade Textile in India,(8), 321-326.

37

Solankar P. G. (1995), “Global Scene- An Opportunity and Challenge to Indian Textile Industry’, Textile Magazine, 53-56.

38

Pramanik P. & Moon M.A.(1998), “Utilization of Tussar silk waste for non-woven decorative”, Man-Made Textile in India,Vol.xl,1,no.3,March'98,119-123

39 Pramanik P. (1996),  “A novel method of weaving voile fabric”,Journal of Textile Association, Jan'96, 239-242.
40 Prabir Kar & Sh V.KJoshi,(1995), “Preparation of H.T. PET fibre by zonal drawing “,Manmade Textiles in India, Aug. 311-315.
41 Pramanik. P. & Bhalerao.S. (1995), “Impact of initial parameters on load at seam slippage”,The Indian Textile Journal, Oct'95,14-16.
42 Pramanik. P.(1986), “Properties of single jersey knitted fabric with different blended yarns”,Man -Made Textile in India, Vol. xxix No.6,1986,276-281.
International Conference
Sr. No. Details of paper
1

Joshi R N. (2012),”Efficiency and productivity growth in the Indian garment firms: A Data Envelopment Analysis”, The 8th Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference July 25-27, 2012, KMITL, Bangkok, Thailand.

2

Joshi R. N. (2011), “Evaluating the Relative Performance of Indian Weaving Industry Using Data Envelopment Analysis”, International Conference on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Computing, 5th -7th December 2011, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, 1048-1056.

3 Solankar P G and et.el. (2010), “Design of Burn Wound Dressings’, International conference on Healthcare and Hygiene Textiles & Clothing by PSG Tech. Coimbatore & IMRI, University of Bolton, UK, July 30-31,2010
4

Pramanik P. & Shakeel Iqbal(2008),” Effect of different parameters on the properties of Fancy multy count”, 86- World Textile Conference,Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong kong, 18th to 21st Nov.2008.

5

Patil V.M. & Pramanik P. (2008), “Physical Characteristics of Polyester Core Yarn”, 86- World Textile Conference,Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong kong, 18th to 21st Nov.2008.

6

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2008), “Comparative Performance of the Indian Apparel Firms”, The 8th International Consortium of Students in Management Research, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, 20–21 November 2008.

7

Solankar P G & Dr. P. Pramanik (2008), “Impact of Textile BPO’S on Future of Indian Textile Industry’, Advances in Textiles, Nonwoven & Technical Textiles by Texas Tech University & Avinashilingam University , Coimbatore, July 14-16, 2008.

8

Pramanik P. & Shakeel Iqbal (2007), “Fancy Yarns for Fancy Denim ”     Apparel & Home Textiles’ ITEC’S First World Conference, SSM College of Engineering Campus, Komarapalayam, TAMIL NADU,16th August,2007.

9

Patil V.M. & Pramanik P.(2007),”Physical Characteristics of Cotton /Polyester Ring  frame Core Spun Yarn, Apparel & Home Textiles’ ITEC’S First World Conference,  SSM College of Engineering Campus, Komarapalayam, TAMIL NADU,16th  August,2007.

10

Patil V.M & Pramanik P.(2007), “Physical Characteristics of Cotton /Polyester  Air- jet Core Spun Yarn” , International Conference-on Advances in Textiles, Machinery, Nonwoven and Technical Textiles, Kumaraguru college of technology, Coimbatore, India and Texas Tech University USA, June 16-20, 2007.

11

Joshi R N  and Kar P. (2006), ”PLA Fibre- Futuristic Trends”, International Conference on Technical Textiles, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, 11-12 November 2006.

12

Purane S and Joshi V K (2007), “Carbon Nanofibers and Composites”, Nanotechinsight 07 held at Luxor, Egypt.

13

Solankar P. G. and Joshi R. N (2007), ”Post MFA Era: Prospects and Challenges to the Indian Garment Industry”, ITEC’S First World Conference,16th to 18th August 2007, SSM College of Engineering Campus, Komarapalayam, TAMIL NADU, Aug.16th 2007.

14

Singh S. P. and Joshi R. N. (2007), “Total Factor Productivity and Efficiency Trends in Indian Textile Industry”, International Conference on Futuristic Trends in Textiles, National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, 10th – 12th December 2007.

15

Joshi R N  and Kar P. (2006), ”PLA Fibre- Futuristic Trends”, International Conference on Technical Textiles, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, 11-12 November 2006.

16

Joshi V K and Behera B K (2003), “Weavability of Friction Spun Yarns”, 2nd Indo-Czech Textile Research conference held at KCT college Coimbtore.

17

Behera B K and Joshi V K (2003), “Weavability of Unconventional Yarns” 3rd Autex Conference,  Czhecoslovokiya, (6), 162-168.

18

Kar P., Joshi R. N. and Joshi V. K. (2002), “Design & fabrication of low cost pilot melt spinning unit”, 7th International & 58th all India Textile Conference, 14th & 15th December 2002

19

Prabir Kar &  B.L.Deopura,(2002), “Low  shrinkage propylene Fibres :Structure & Morphology “on  “ Polymer and Textiles in The New Millennium- an Integral Approach “ on 15th-16th Feb,2002, IIT Delhi.

20

Pramanik P. & Madhusdhan S.V.K.,(2002),”Interfacial shear behaviour of Murum-soil with some designed needle punched polypropylene fabrics”, The seventh International & 58th All-India Conference, Mumbai,14th and 15th December, 2002, A-15.

21

Kar P., Joshi R. N. and Joshi V. K. (2002), “Design & fabrication of low cost pilot melt spinning unit”, 7th International & 58th all India Textile Conference, 14th & 15th December 2002.

22

Solankar P. G. and Dr. S. P. Singh (2002), “Productivity Assessment of Indian Textile Mill Industry ‘,Efficiency and Productivity Analysis in the 21st Century – DEA 2002, Moscow, Russia, June 24-26, 2002.

23

Solankar P. G. and Dr. S. P. Singh,”Assessing Relative Efficiency of Sugar Mills: A Non-parametric Approach  Mathematical Modelling”,  University of Roorkee, Roorkee,Jan. 29-31, 2001,

24

Pramanik P. & Talukdar M.K. (2001), “Effect of Processing Parameters on Shear Angle of Black Cotton Soil and Needle Punched Non-woven Fabrics”, International Conference on “Polymers and Textiles in the New Millennium—an Integrated Approach” IIT, Delhi, Nov. 09-10, 2001.

25

Solankar P. G. and Dr. S. P. Singh (1999), “Measuring Performance in Manufacturing Firms Operations Management for Global Economy: Challenges and Prospectus’,  Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. Dec. 21-24, 1999.

26

Prabir Kar  and B.L.Deopura,(1999) “Polypropylene for thermoplastic composites “, on “Conference paper at International symposium in Polymers beyond AD2000 on 12th - 15th Jan'99, at IIT Delhi”.

27

Deopura B. and Prabir Kar(1997), “Ultra High Modulus polypropylene fibres “, on “Fibre Society conference at Knox ville, U.S.A. Oct.”

National Conference
Sr. No. Details of paper
1 Joshi R N , Mardikar Anirudh, Ghadge Shruti (2016) ,”Procedure for the starting-up of the melt spinning line”, National workshop on recent trends in MMF industry Silvassa, SGGS IE&T, Nanded, 16th October 2016 
2 Joshi R N, Manoj Patil, Vaishanavi Butley (2016)”, Yarn processing in FFT” National workshop on recent trends in MMF industry Silvassa, SGGS IE&T, Nanded, 16th October 2016 
3 Joshi R N, Chopakara Chetan, Jaspreet Kaur (2016), “Processing of POY, FDY and BSF melt spun yarn” National workshop on recent trends in MMF industry Silvassa, SGGS IE&T, Nanded, 16th October 2016.
4 Joshi R N, Kadatan Prakash (2016)”, Problems and remedies in the winding of POY package” National workshop on recent trends in MMF industry Silvassa, SGGS IE&T, Nanded, 16th October 2016
5 Joshi R N , Palamwar Milind (2016), “Production of Industrial meltspun yarn”,  National workshop on recent trends in MMF industry Silvassa, SGGS IE&T, Nanded, 16th October 2016.
6 Joshi V K, Sugarcane Fiber and composite (2016), National conference on Textile Composites at IIT, Delhi, 17-18/02/2016        
7 R.N.Joshi, An overview of CSR in the Indian Context (2015), National workshop on CSR in the Indian context, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 20-21 Feb 2015
8 P.G.Solankar (2015) Implementation of CSR in Indian companies, National workshop on CSR in the Indian context, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 20-21 Feb 2015.
9 Ghuge V V, Hotkar S K and Joshi R. N (2014), “A review on developments in nonwoven fabric manufacturing by polymer-extrusion based technologies”, National seminar on recent innovations and advances in textiles, March 28 – 29, 2014, JNGEC Sundernagar.
10 Joshi R. N. (2014), “The Indian Automobile Industry: Evaluation of Manufacturing Performance by Data Envelopment Analysis”, Proceedings of National conference on Emerging Trends in Productivity, 10-11 Jan 2014 SGGSIE&T Nanded India, 27-35.
11 Joshi R. N. (2014), “Policies And Schemes For Growth of The Indian Textile Industry”, Proceedings of National conference on Emerging Trends in Productivity, 10-11 Jan 2014 SGGSIE&T Nanded India, 215-220.
12 R. N. Joshi, B.A. Ostwal, P.D. Bhutada, D.R. Bhosale, P.P. Salvithal  (2014), “A Review on Bamboo Based Polymer Composites”, Proceedings of National conference on Emerging Trends in Productivity, 10-11 Jan 2014, SGGSIE&T Nanded India, 27-35
13 M. Umar, S. Mhaispurkar, R. N. Joshi, T. Pande (2014),A Case Study of Neps Generation in The Polyester Viscose Dyed Ring Spun Yarn at Raymonds Ltd. Chindwara”, Proceedings of National conference on Emerging Trends in Productivity, 10-11 Jan 2014 SGGSIE&T Nanded India, 205-209
14 Joshi R. N. and Badime K. S.(2013), “Carbon Foot Print in the Textile Industry”, National conference on Environmental & Energy Aspects for Sustainable Development, March 15-16, 2013, SGGIE&T Nanded.
15

Joshi, R. N. (2010), “Performance Evaluation of the Indian Automobile Firms Using DEA Approach”, National Conference on Product Engineering, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 3-4 December 2010.

16

Kar P and Joshi V K (2010), “Backbone of Advanced Composites” National Symposium on Composite Materials at SGGSIE&T, Nanded, (12), 21.

17

Solankar, P. G. and Joshi, R. N (2010), ”Future Prospects of Composite Industry National Symposium on Composite Materials, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 24 Decemebr 2010.

18

Kar P. and V.K.Joshi (2010), Back Bone of Advanced Composites”, on “Symposium on COMPOSITE Materials.

19

Pramanik P. (2010), “Properties of air-jet polyester-cotton/ sheath-core composite yarns”, National Seminar on Composites at SGGS Institute of Engg. & Technology, Nanded, 24th Dec. 2010.

20

Joshi R. N. and Singh S. P. (2009), “A Case Study on Technical Efficiency of Readymade Garment Firms in Bangalore”, National Seminar on Growth of Indian Industrial Sector, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Jammu, 27-28 February 2009.

21

Prabir kar, etal, (2007), „Eco-friendly dyes for natural and synthetic textiles- a Review “on “ACTPAQ 2007,PSG Tech Coimbatore 10th to 12 Aug.

22

Purane S, Bolenwar P, Sheware M and Joshi V K (2007), “Fragrance Finishing of Textiles” National Conference held at Coimbtore,  (8), 161.

23

Joshi V K and Joshi R N (2004), “Water & Industry a Critical Relation”, One Day Workshop held at SGGSIE&T, Nanded, (7), 46-48.

24

Joshi V K  and Kar P (2004), “Textile Applications in Tissue Engineering”, NCUTE at JDIET Yavatmal, (2), 35-41.

25

Joshi V K (2004), “Advances in Yarn Testing with Special Reference to Weavability”, NCUTE at JDIET Yavatmal, (1), 86-90.

26

Pramanik P. & Solankar P.G.(2004), “Technology of Medical Textiles”, Nodal centre for upgradation of textile education conference on Medical Textiles Application and Prospects, J.D.Institute of Engg. & Technology, Yavatmal, M.S., 7th to 8th Feb.,2004,24-27.

27

Joshi R.N. (2004),” Looking Beyond 2010: Polyester fibre”, A National Level Paper Presentation Contest- Texplorer 2004, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 1-2 March 2004.

28

Joshi V.K. and Joshi R.N (2004), “Water and Indian Industry- A critical relation”, AICTE One Day Workshop on Reuse, Recycling and Conservation of Industrial Waste Water, SGGSIE&T Nanded, 10 July 2004.

29

Pramanik P. & Solankar P.G.(2004), “Textile used in surgical dressing and bandages”, Nodal centre for upgradation of textile education conference on Medical Textiles Application and Prospects, J.D.Institute of Engg. & Technology, Yavatmal, M.S., 7th to 8th Feb.,2004,1-9.

30

Chakrabarti A.K. (2002), “Friction Spinning- A Brief Outline”,  One-day seminar on 26th Feb 2002 at Shivaji Education Society's College of Engg. and Tech., Akola organized jointly by  Textile Association of India and the college.

31

Solankar P. G. (2002), “Problems of Textile Industry ‘, Technical session  of one day seminar rganized by College of Engineering & Technology, Akola and Textile Association of India, AKOLA Chapter, 26 Feb. 2002.

32

 Pramanik P. and Talukdar M.K. (2002), “Application of Geo-textile in Drainage and Erosion Control”,Textile conference jointly arranged by Textile Association of India,Akola Unit and Shibaji college of Egg. and Tech., Akola, 26th Feb. 2002.

33

Joshi R. N. (2001)’ “Industry Institute Interaction Scenario and Methodology”, One Day Workshop on Industry Institute Interaction, SGGGCE&T Nanded, 4 March 2001.

34

Pramanik P.(2001), “Global Threats and the Role of  Indian Textile Industry and Institution to Overcome them”, One day workshop on Industry Institution Interaction, SGGSIE&T, Nanded,4th March,2001,15-19.

35

Solankar P. G. and  S. P. Singh (2000), “Productivity, Efficiency and Technical Change In Indian Cotton Textile Industry: An Application of Non-parametric Model ‘, Stochastic Modelling and Operations Management, Department of Statistic and Operation Research, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, October  19-21, 2000.

36

Solankar P. G. and Dr. S. P. Singh (1999), “Measuring Performance of Business Firms: Theory and Applications ‘, Statistics and Management Science- Application to Trade and Industry, Dept. of Mathematics, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, 08 Pages, Feb. 12-14, 1999.

37

Chakrabarti A.K. & Chattopadhyay R. (1998), “Influence of Plying on Tensile Properties of Friction Yarns”, 39 Technological Conference, 21-22 March 1998, NITRA, pp76-83.

38

Solankar P G (1997), “Indian Textile Industry in Emerging Global Scenario ‘, Bapuji Institute of engineering and Technology, Davangere , pp. 95 – 100, 8-9 March 1997.

39

Solankar P G and Joshi V K (1997), “Indian textile Industry in Emerging Global Scenario”, 2 day seminar at Bapuji Institute of Engg. & Tech. Davangere, (3), 95-100.

40

Joshi V K (1996), “Production of International Quality Yarn”, Seminar at SGGSIE&T, Nanded, 1-5.

41

Prabir Kar etal (1996), “Polypropylene fibre for composites “, on “National Seminar on “Recent development in engineering plastics and its application” Dec.

42

Pramanik P.(1994), “Do's & Don'ts of Training & Placement Officer Enhancing Training and Placement Skills of the Training and Placement Officer”, ISTE Course at S.G.G.S. College of Engineering and Technology, Nanded, 16th to 30th May, 1994,56-57.

43

Prabir Kar and P.Pramanik(1989), “Geotextile a new era for civil engg and textile technology “, on “Fifth national convention of textile engineers.”

Funded Projects

Projects undertaken: Resource Mobilization for Research
  • Grants for research projects sponsored by the government/non-government sources such as industry, corporate houses, international bodies, endowments, Chairs in the institution
  • Average number of research projects per teacher funded by government and non-government agencies
Name of the Project/ Endowments, Chairs Name of the Principal Investigator/ Co Investigator Name of the Funding agency Type (Government/ Non-Government) Department of Principal Investigator/ Co Investigator Year of Award Funds provided (INR in lakhs) Duration of the project
Modernization of textile testing & computer laboratory Dr. P.Kar AICTE MODROB Government Department of Textile Technology 2015-16 7.29 2 Year
Modernization of textile Labs Dr. R. N. Joshi AICTE MODROB Government Department of Textile Technology 24/10/2017 18.00 2 Year
 
Year Funded By Project title Investigators Amount received Details
2017-18 AICTE New Delhi Modernization of weaving lab and saving of space, electrical power, material consumption and man power Dr R N Joshi 18L MODROB 9-22/RIFD/MODROB/Policy 1/2016-17
2014-15 AICTE New Delhi Modernization of Textile Labs Dr P Kar 7.5L MODROB
2010-11 AICTE New Delhi Development of Breathable Printed Coated Textile Dr V K Joshi & Dr P Kar 12.5L R&D
2009-10 AICTE New Delhi Optimisation of the process parameters of multi count yarn on ring frame Dr P Pramanik 15L R&D
2003-04 AICTE New Delhi Moderizaion of textile tesing & textile chemistry lab Dr P Pramanik 15L MODROB
2002-03 DCA Upgradation of an innovated process for production of high modulus low shrinkage synthetic filaments suitable for composite and defense applications Dr P Kar & Dr R NJoshi 7.15L R&D
2002-03 AICTE New Delhi Production of High Performance Fabrics and their Uses in Military  and Other Sensitive Areas. Dr P Pramanik 12L R&D
2001-02 AICTE New Delhi Moderizaion of spinning, knitting & testing labs Dr P Pramanik 15L MODROB
1993-94 MHRD Optimization the Cost of Non-woven Fabrics to be used for Pavements Dr P Pramanik 6L R&D
1992-93 AICTE New Delhi Modernizaion of Textile Lab Dr P Pramanik 10L MODROB
1992-93 AICTE New Delhi Potentiality of nylon yarns in sarees. Dr P Pramanik 5L R&D
1989-90 AICTE New Delhi Modernization of textile labs Dr P Pramanik 13L MODROB

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Department of Textile Technology conducts Mini project and Main project in the final year of study to bring out the theroritical knowledge into pracical implementation. Students along with the guidance of Alumini and Industry people carry out projects that are mainly focused on market and industrial issues.

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      1              Guideline for Project Writing 
      2              B.Tech Projects 2012-2013
      3               B.Tech Projects 2013-2014
      4              B.Tech Projects 2014-2015
      5              B.Tech Projects 2015-2016
6 Students project during 2014-2017

Continuing Education Programs:

The department conducts regularly industry visits, expert lectures, seminars, workshops, community training programs, faculty and staff development programs under the AICTE/ISTE/TEQIP/INSTITUTE FUNDS schemes for the benefit of students, staff, faculty members of various engineering colleges and society. Experts from IIT/NIT/R&D Labs/industry are regularly contributing to these courses. The aim of conducting these course is to update the knowledge of all the concerned in the advanced technological area. This is helping us in developing good interaction with industry and research and development laboratories of national repute.

Please see the details: Number of extension and outreach programs conducted in collaboration with industry, community and Non- Government Organisations  through NSS/NCC/Red cross/YRC etc
Name of the activity Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency Year of the activity Number of students participated in such activities
Fabric preparation and colouring EGS Art & Culture Res. Centre, ND 2015 25
Design & Manufacturing of Cloth & Paper Bags MCED, (Maharashtra Center for Enterprinuership Development, Nanded) 2018 24
   SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMS
Sr. No.
Title of the program
Duration
Funding agency
Coordinators
1
11-15 March 2013
TEQIP
Dr. R N Joshi &
Dr. S S Gajre
2
One Week  STTP on “Role of textiles in water preservation" jointly organized by Department of Textile & CWM
18-22 March 2013
TEQIP
Dr. V K Joshi &
Prof. U. D. Kulkarni
COMMUNITY SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMS
List of training programs organized/ arranged by Faculty members since 2006 are as follows:
Sr. No. Module Description Duration Coordinators
1 Weaving, Knitting and Hosiery 24 Apr to 06 May 2006 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
2 Fabric Painting 24 to 30 April 2007 DR. P.P. PRAMANIK
3 Fashion & Dress Design 26 Aug to 14 Sep 2007 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
4 Knitting & Dress Designing 23 Feb to 05 Mar 2008 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
5 Knitting & weaving 22 Dec 2008 to 09 Jan 2009 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
6 Textile Technology 29 Aug to 10 Sep 2009 Dr. A. K. Chakrabarti & Dr.  P.G. Solankar
7 Workshop on Dress Designing & Knitting 6 Dec to 24 Dec 2010 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
8 Training on Weaving, Knitting & Dress Designin 6 to 29 May 2011 Dr. P. Pramanik & Dr. P. G. Solankar
9 MCED & Collector Office Jalna, HDP for ED Garment & dress Design 22 Mar to 13 Apr2012 Dr. P. G. Solankar
10 Fabric Forming, Gaement & Dyeing 24 Sep to 05 Oct 2012 Dr. P. G. Solankar & Dr. P. Kar
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Dr. Chakarabarti A.,
Professor and Head,
Department of Textile Technology,
SGGS Institute of Engineering and Technology, Vishnupuri, Nanded. Pin- 431 606  (INDIA) (Maharashtra)

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