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Course Code: TEX-1101-0723     
Course Title: Natural Fiber

Course Type: Theory        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 2            

Contact Hours: 28          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                  

Semester/Term: I

 Rationale of the Course:

This course is designed to introduce the textile engineering graduate students with common natural fibers like cotton, jute, flax, silk and wool etc. and their applications in different textile sectors.

Course Contents:

Cellulosic fiber
Cotton

Cultivation and harvesting, Growth, composition, physical and chemical structure and properties.  Geographical distribution. Ginning, grading and applications.

Bast fibers

Cultivation and harvesting of different types of bast fibers with special reference to Jute. Flax, Ramie and their Growth, composition, physical and chemical structure and properties.  Retting, study of fibers grading and diversified application. Brief study of other types of cellulosic fibers such as leaf and fruit fibers.

Protein fibers
Wool

Production, composition, physical and chemical structure and properties.  Geographical distribution of main wool producing countries.  Shearing, classing and grading and applications. Sources and types of animal hair fibers in brief.

Silk

Cultivation, composition, physical and chemical structure and properties.  Sericulture and methods of production.  Geographical distribution and applications.

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO1  : Apply the knowledge of the chemical composition of natural fibers in research activities.
CLO2  : Describe the production process and the of natural fibers like cotton, jute, wool, silk
fibers.
CLO3  : Enunciate the properties of different types of natural fibers.
CLO4  : Identify and analyze the needs and usage of natural textile fibers in textile applications.

 References:

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Ed. M.  Lewin and E. M. Pearce, “Hand Book of Fibre Chemistry”, Mercel Dekker Inc.,1st edition, 1998.

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

S. P. Mishra, “A Text Book of Fibre Science and Technology”, New AgeInternational Ltd., 2nd edition, 2005.

 

Course Code: PHY-1103-0533        
Course Title: Physics-I

Course Type: Theory        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3             

Contact Hours: 42          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level:  1                 

Semester/Term: I

 Rationale of the Course:

This course is designed to meet the requirement of the basic knowledge of waves, optics and thermal physics for Engineering students which is essential for understanding a wide range of physical phenomena including wave properties of matter, light, thermodynamics and hydrodynamics. This course provides an outline of important phenomena in physics which comprises waves and oscillations, interference, diffraction, polarization, kinetic interpretation of heat, laws of thermodynamics, Carnot’s theorem, fluid mechanics, etc. This course is useful for fields and waves, renewable energy and optical communication, Biomedical Engineering, etc.

 Course contents:

Waves and Oscillations: Differential equation of simple harmonic oscillator, total energy and average energy, combination of simple harmonic oscillations, spring mass system, torsional pendulum; two body oscillation, reduced mass, damped oscillation, forced oscillation, resonance, Progressive wave, power and intensity of wave, stationary wave, group and phase velocities.
Interference of light: Young's double slit experiment, displacement of fringes and its uses, Fresnel bi-prism, interference in thin films, Newton's rings, interferometers; 

Diffraction: Diffraction by single slit, diffraction from a circular aperture, resolving power of optical instruments, diffraction at double slit and N-slits, diffraction grating; 

Polarization: Production and analysis of polarized light, Brewster's law, Malus law, polarization by double refraction, Nicol prism, optical activity, Polarimeters.

Optical Defects: Defects of images: spherical aberration, astigmatism, coma, distortion, curvature, Chromatic aberration, Theories of light.

Thermal Physics: Heat and work, the first law of thermodynamics and its applications; Carnot's cycle, second law thermodynamics, Carnot's theorem, entropy.

Velocity of Sound and Vibration: Velocity of longitudinal waves in a gaseous medium, velocity of sound in liquids, velocity of sound waves in isotropic solids, transverse waves along a stretched string, laws of transverse vibration of a stretched string, Doppler effect, calculation of apparent frequency, intensity of sound, limits of audibility, architectural acoustics.

Hydrodynamics: Laminar and turbulent flow, Equation of continuity, Reynolds number & its significance, Bernoulli's theorem and its application.
Viscosity:
Newton’s law of viscous flow, Motion in a viscous medium-Stokes’ law, Determination of coefficient of viscosity.

Surface tension: Surface tension as a molecular phenomenon,

Kinetic Theory of gases- Kinetic interpretation of temperature, specific heats of ideal gases, equipartition of energy, mean free path, Maxwell's distribution of molecular speeds, reversible and irreversible processes.

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CLO1: Identify and define important physical phenomena involved with basic principles of waves, heat, sound, optics and fluids.
CLO2: Explain laws of physics associated with hydrodynamics, thermodynamics, propagation of light waves and sound waves.
CLO3: Apply fundamental knowledge of physical laws and theories to solve different types of analytical problems.
CLO4: Analyze complex physical problems using kinetic theory of gases, theories of light, sound, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.

References: 

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Dr. Gias Uddin Ahmad “Physics for Engineers (Part-I)”

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

Course notes, tutorial problems and solutions can be accessed from the Google Classroom course module.

2

D. Halliday, R. Resnick and J. Walker, "Fundamentals of Physics", 10th Edition, Extended.

Dr. Tafazzal Hossain “Waves and Oscillations” 2nd ed.

B. Lal and N. Subrahmanyam, "Properties of Matter."

 

PHY-1104-0533: Physics-1 Lab

Course Type: Lab        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 1            

Contact Hours: 60         

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level:  1                     

Semester/Term: I

 Rationale of the Course:

The knowledge of this course is compulsory to perform experiments to verify the theories practically. This lab course extends the knowledge of students to identify and analyze the fault that occurred in practical cases. In addition, it also provides the essential skills to perform the relevant experiments based on properties of matter, optics and simple electrical parameters. It helps students to determine modulus of rigidity, moment of inertia, acceleration due to gravity, specific heat, internal resistance of an electric cell, etc. This course is useful for the Lab courses of Circuits, Electronics, Biomedical Electronics, and so on.

Course content

·         Introduction to Physics I Lab

·         Determination of the modulus of rigidity of the element of wire by the method of oscillation (dynamical method)

·         Determination of moment of inertia of a flywheel about its axis of rotation

·         Determination of the acceleration due to gravity ‘g’ by means of a compound pendulum

·         Verification of Hook’s law by means of a spiral spring

·         Determination of   the spring constant of a given spiral spring

·         Determination of   the effective mass of a given spiral spring

·         Determination of the radius of curvature of a spherical surface with a Spherometer

·         Determination of the refractive index of a liquid using a plane mirror and a convex lens 

·         Determination of the specific heat of liquid by the method of cooling

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

At the end of the course, the student will be able to

CLO1: Determine a number of physical properties like: modulus of rigidity, moment of inertia,
CLO2: Describe various optical properties such as: refractive index.
CLO3: Explain the working procedure of different equipment associated with the physics lab.
CLO4: Evaluate the acceleration due to gravity ‘g’ by means of a compound pendulum.
CLO5: Verify several laws of physics to investigate the problems that arise in practical cases.

References:

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

“Practical Physics” – by Dr. Giasuddin Ahmed and Shahabuddin.

 

Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

Course notes, tutorial problems and solutions can be accessed from the Google Classroom course module.

 

2

“Fundamentals of Physics” – by-Halliday, Resnick and Walker, 7th edition.

“Heat and Thermodynamics” – by-Brijlal, 1st edition.

 

 

Course Code: CHE- 1105-0531

Course Title: Chemistry-I

Course Type: Theory                      

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3             

Contact Hour: 42                     

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1            

Semester/Term: I

 

Rationale of the Course:

Chemistry is the study of materials and substances, and the transformations they undergo through interactions and the transfer of energy. Chemistry develops students' understanding of the key chemical concepts and models of structure, bonding, and chemical change, including the role of chemical, electrical and thermal energy. Students learn how models of structure and bonding enable chemists to predict properties and reactions and to adapt these for particular purposes. Students design and conduct qualitative and quantitative investigations both individually and collaboratively. The study of chemistry provides a foundation for undertaking investigations in a wide range of scientific fields and often provides the unifying link across interdisciplinary studies.

 Course Contents:

Periodicity of the Elements: Mendeleev’s periodic law and periodic table, Distribution of electron in the atoms of elements, Pauli Exclusion Principle, Aufbau principle, Heisenberg uncertainly principle, Hund's rule. Writing electron configuration using the periodic table, some periodic properties such as Atomic and Ionic radii, Ionization potential, and Electron affinity.

Chemical Bonding: Electronic theory of chemical bond, Nature of covalent bond, Valance bond theory (VBT), Molecular Orbital theory (MOT), Bond order or bond multiplicity.

Complex Compounds: Types of ligands, Sidgwick theory, Effective atomic number, Werner theory, Crystal field theory, structure, isomerism and applications.

Acid and Bases: Various concept of acid and bases, Neutralization reaction, Strength of acid and bases, Hard and soft acid and bases, Acid bases properties of oxides, hydroxides and salts, Effect of structure on acid bases properties.

Analytical Chemistry: Instrumental methods and their classification, Advantage of instrumental method & Chemical method, Limitations of instrumental method & Chemical method, Sampling, Precision and accuracy, Mean and median, Types of error, Significant figure convention.

Theory of Dilute Solution: Colligative properties, lowering of vapor pressure, Elevation of boiling point, Depression of Freezing point, Osmosis and osmotic Pressure, Deduction of their formula and molecular weight from Raoults law and their experimental determination.

Chemical Equilibrium: Law of mass action, Equilibrium constant, Application of law of mass action to some chemical reaction, Heterogeneous equilibrium, Le-chatelier principle and its application to industrial reactions.

Chemical Kinetics: Rate of reaction, order and molecularity, Zero order reaction, 1st and 2nd order reaction with its mathematical formulation, Determination of order of reaction, Effect of temperature on rate of reaction. Theories of chemical reaction rate, Activation Energy, Activation complex etc.

Colloids and Colloidal Solution: Classification preparation and purification, Properties, Protective action and application of colloids. Emulsion, Types of emulsion, Role of emulsion.

Photochemistry: Laws of photochemistry, Quantum yield, Decomposition of hydrogen halide, photosensitized reaction, Fluorescence and phosphorescence, Luminescence and Chemiluminescence's.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO 1: Understand fundamental chemical principles related to the composition of matter and the concept of molecular identity.
CLO 2: Make quantitative calculations and determinations about the composition of substances and mixtures.
CLO 3: Determine the quantitative connections between the amounts of substances involved in chemical reactions and symbolize with chemical equations.

References: 

Text Books

Reference Books

Learning Materials

Chemistry, Third Edition, Thomas R Gilbert, Rein V Kirss, Natalie Foster and Davies.

1.      Chemistry, Second Edition, Gilbert, Kirss, Foster and Davies.

2.      Chemistry an Atoms-Focused Approach, Third Edition, Thomas R Gilbert, Rein V Kirss, Natalie Foster and Stacey Lowery Bretz.

Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos

Course Code: CHE-1106-0531

Course Title: Chemistry- I Lab

Course Type: Lab        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 1             

Contact Hours: 60          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                      

Semester/Term: I

 Rationale of the course:

The main focus of this course is to understand and analyze different elements and their reactions to fire, acids and bases. It also focuses on preparations of acids, bases and inorganic compounds into different percentages.

Course Contents:

Experiments:

Qualitative Analysis:

  • Dry test for acid radicals
  • Wet test for basic radicals
  • Preparation of stock solution & wet test for acid radicals
  • Separation of group I, II, IIIA, IIIB, IV, V.
  • Analysis of group I (Pb, Ag, Hg)
  • Analysis of group II (Pb, Cu, Cd, Hg, Sb, Sn)
  • Analysis of group IIIA (Al, Fe, Cr)
  • Analysis of group IIIB (Co, Ni, Zn, Mn)
  • Analysis of group IV (Ca, Ba, Sr)
  • Analysis of group V (Mg, Na, K, NH4 +)

Volumetric Analysis:

  • Preparation of 1M HCl and standardization
  • Preparation of 1M NaOH and standardization
  • Conversion of 98% H2SO4 or 37% HCl into suitable concentration.
  • Preparation of 1M H2SO4 and standardization.
  • Preparation of 1M CH3COOH and standardization.
  • Preparation of 1M KOH and standardization.

Inorganic Preparation

  • Preparation of Potassium dichromate
  • Preparation of Chrome Alum
  • Preparation of Ferrous Ammonium Sulphate
  • Preparation of Potassium Permanganate
  • Variation of pH of different solution (Acidic, Basic, Neutral)

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO1: understand and analyze different elements from the periodic table.
CLO2: prepare different acids, bases and inorganic compounds into different ratios.
CLO3: calculate mole ratios for preparing different compounds.

 

Course Code: MATH-1107-0541

Course Title: Mathematics- I

Course Type: Theory        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3             

Contact Hours: 42          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                           

Semester/Term: I

Rationale of the course: 

Calculus and geometry cover some basic concepts of Mathematical Sciences. This course provides fundamental knowledge of differentiation and integration and also formation of geometrical configurations. This course is designed to provide theoretical knowledge regarding limit and continuity, differentiations, extreme values, integrations, geometrical configurations in two and three dimensions like straight lines, circles, planes, spheres and cylinders.

 Course Content:

Differential Calculus: Fundamental of differentiation, Function, Limit and Continuity, differentiability, Differentiation, Successive differentiation, Partial differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem, Euler’s theorem Maximum and minimum, Tangents and normal in Cartesian and Polar, Indeterminate forms, Curvature, Asymptotes and Envelopes.

Expansions of functions: Rolle's theorem, Mean value theorem, Taylor's and Maclaurin's theorems.

Indefinite and definite integrals: Fundamental of integrations, Indefinite integral by different methods, Definite integrals and its properties; Walli’s formula, Reduction theorem, Multiple Integrals.

Improper Integrals, Infinite integrals, Gamma and Beta function, Improper integra of fist kind and second kinds Multiple Integrals.

Applications of proper and improper integrals; Determination of Area, Are lengths, volume of solids of revolutions, Intrinsic equation in Cartesian and polar co-ordinate.

Co-ordinate Geometry in two dimensions: Change of axes, Pair of straight lines, General equation of second degree, Equations of circles, Parabola, ellipse and hyperbola, Tangent, Normal, Chord of contact, Pole and Polar, Conjugate point, Orthogonality, Radical axis and Co-axial circles.  

Co-ordinate Geometry in three dimensions: Coordinate systems: Direction cosines, Direction ratios and Projections; Equations of straight lines, planes, spheres and cylinders.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO1: Use the fundamental applications of differential and integral calculus, and co-ordinate geometry
CLO2: Analyze and sketch function, lines, circles, Parabola, ellipse, planes and spheres.
CLO3: Compute rate of changes of functions, origin of functions, lines, circles, Parabola, etc.;
CLO4: Determine cost and profit, extreme values, area and volume, lines, circles, Parabola, etc.;
CLO5: Apply calculus and geometry in solving engineering problems.

References:

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Howard Anton, Iril Bivens & Stephen Davis, 2012, Calculus, 10thed, Laurie Rosatone, USA

Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

Das & Mukherjee. 1998.  Differential Calculus, 4thed, U. N. Dhar & Sons Private Ltd., Kolkata.

3

Das and Mukherjee. 1996. Integral Calculus, 44thed, U. N. Dhar & Sons Ltd., Kolkata.

4

Thomas & Finny. 1996. Calculus and Analytical Geometry, 6thed, Norasa publishing house, London.

5

Rahaman & Bhattacharjee. 2002. Co-ordinate Geometry (two & three dimensions) with Vector Analysis, 12thed, S. Bhattacharjee, Dhaka

6

Bell, J. T. 1944. A Treatise on 3 Dimensional Geometry, 3rded, S .G. W. M., New Delhi

Course Code: HUM-1109-0222

Course Title: Bangladesh Studies

Course Type: Theory                      

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3             

Contact Hour: 42                      

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1            

Semester/Term: I

Rationale of the Course:

This course has been designed for under graduate student to help them learn the rich history of Bangladesh, to understand present Bangladesh in the light of history and to provide them with basic knowledge of current politics and economy of the country. This course will deepen students understanding of complex interconnection of historical events which lead to the formation of Bangladesh, current trend in political and economic development thereby improving critical thinking along with their written and oral communication skills, quantitative skills and technical literacy. It will also enhance their understanding of current phenomena in the light of history which will make them responsible global citizen. The course intends to equip students with factual knowledge and analytical skills that will enable them to learn and critically appreciate history, politics, and economy of Bangladesh. It will trace the historical root of Bangladesh as an independent state focusing on the social, economic and political developments that have taken place since its independence. It will also identify the major socio-economic, political, environmental and developmental issues that have arisen during this period, before assessing the progress over time.

Course Contents:

  • Anthropological Background of Bengalis
  • Establishment of Muslim Rule in Bengal
  • Liberation War
  • Government of Bangladesh
  • Economy of Bangladesh
  • Agriculture of Bangladesh
  • Industry of Bangladesh
  • Economic Planning

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO 1: Identify specific stages of Bangladesh’s political history, through the ancient, medieval, colonial and post-colonial periods and critically analyze plurality of cultural identities of Bangladesh.
CLO 2: Analyze how different constitutional bodies and socio-political institutions operate and how their behavior impact on political governance.
CLO 3: Explain the economy and patterns of economic changes through qualitative and quantitative analysis. This will increase their awareness on global issues of development processes
and the nature of environmental challenges including ways to address them effectively.
CLO  4: Appreciate the role of NGOs and civil society in developing new models and pathways to resolve the range of development challenges that the country is currently facing.

References:

Text Books

Reference Books

Learning Materials

Bangladesh Studies, MD Hasibur Rahman

1.      Constitutional Law, Barrister Halim

2.      Secondary Economics, NCTB

3.      Bangladesh Studies, Md. Shamsul Kabir Khan

4.      Bangladesh Economics (Bangla Version), Akmol Mahmud

5.      The Economics of Development and Planning, ML Jhingan

Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos

 

Course Code: TEX -1201-0723

Course Title: Introduction to Textiles

Course Type: Theory                         

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3        

Contact Hours: 42                    

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level:  1                                               

Semester/Term: II

 Rationale of the course: This course targets the study on the fibre, textile fibre and its classification, general properties of textile fibres, yarn and its classification, spinning methods for yarns, fabric and its classification, basic structure of a shuttle loom, weave and knitting its classification, Dye and its classification, Pigment and its classification, Apparel and its classification and also study Textile Processing and Textile machinery.

Course Content:

Textile terms and Definitions: Fibre, textile fibre and its classification, General properties of textile fibres, yarn and its classification, spinning methods for yarns, Fabric and its classification, basic structure of a shuttle loom, weave and knitting its classification, Dye and its classification, Pigment and its classification, Apparel and its classification.

Textile Machinery: Engineering aspects, Familiarization with running of machines and general discussion on the machinery executed for making yarn, fabric, coloration, apparel and finishing process.

Textile Processing: General line diagrams of process flow for yarn preparation, fabric production, dyeing and printing, and apparel production, Determination of the count of Yarn, lap, sliver, yarn, and GSM of fabric etc. 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to-

CLO1

Understand the fibre, textile fibre and its classification, general properties of textile fibres, yarn and its classification, spinning methods for yarns,

CLO2

Understand the Fabric and its classification, basic structure of a shuttle loom, weave and knitting its classification, Dye and its classification, Pigment and its classification, Apparel and its classification.

CLO3

Apply the Engineering aspects, Familiarization with running of machines and general discussion on the machinery executed for making yarn, fabric, coloration, apparel and finishing process.

CLO4

Understand the line diagrams of process flow for yarn preparation, fabric production, dyeing and printing, and apparel production, Determination of the count of Yarn, lap, sliver, yarn, and GSM of fabric etc.

 

References:

 

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Textile Terms and Definitions, Textile Institute, UK.

Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

Hand Book of Textile Fibers, Cook, J. G.,Uk.

3

Man-Made fibers, Cook, J. G.,Merrow 5th Edition, Uk.

4

The Technology of short staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK.

5

Fibre Science and Technology, Akira Nakamura, Japan.

6

Gupta & Malik. 2000. Vector Analysis, 8thed, Kedar Nath Ram Nath, Meerut.

Course Code: TEX-1203-0723        
Course Title: Manmade Fiber

Course Type: Theory        

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 2             

Contact Hours: 28          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                  

Semester/Term: II

 Rationale of the Course:

The undergraduate students of textile engineering should be introduced to the fundamental raw materials of regenerated fibers, synthetic fibers, high performance fibers etc. and their applications in textile.

Course Contents:

Introduction of Man-Made Fiber
Definition and classification of Chemical fibers.  Principles of different spinning systems.  Different fiber structures and their effects on fiber properties.

Regenerated fibers
Technologies of formation of regenerated fibers.  Their properties and uses: Different types of viscose and acetate rayons, derivatives of cellulose, different types of regenerated protein fibers.

Synthetic Fibers
Technologies of formation of synthetic fibers, their properties and uses: Polyamides, Polyesters, Polyacrylics, Polypropylenes, PVA, PVC and elastomeric fibers.

High performance fibers
Formation of carbon fibers, Bi/Multicomponent fibers, glass fibers and metallic fibers, their properties and uses.
Present trends of chemical fibers production and their economic and social aspects.

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO1  : Function the production process and the of regenerated and synthetic fibers in the industry.
CLO2  : Enunciate the properties of different types of synthetic fibers and high-performance fibers.\
CLO3  : Identify and analyze the needs and usage of manmade textile fibers in textile applications.

References:

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Ed. M.  Lewin and E. M. Pearce, “Hand Book of Fibre Chemistry”, Mercel Dekker Inc.,1st edition, 1998.

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

S. P. Mishra , “A Text Book of Fibre Science and Technology”, New AgeInternational Ltd., 2nd edition, 2005.

Course Code: TEX- 1205-0723

Course Title: Physics-II (Tex.)

Course Type: Theory                   

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 3             

Contact Hours: 42                    

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                            

Semester/Term: II

 Rationale of the course:
Students will able to learn crystallinity and orientation. relations between fibre properties and structure of fibre. Difference between infra-red absorption and x-ray diffraction method. tensile, flexural and torsional properties, stress/strain relations under various conditions. modulus of elasticity, plasticity, creep and relaxation. Methods of measuring tensile properties, CRE, CRL methods. absorption and emission of radiation, energy changes associated with changes of state including transition temperature of fibres.

Course Content:

Physical structure of fibres: Crystallinity and orientation. Relations between fibre properties and structure of fibre. Difference between infra-red absorption and x-ray diffraction method.

Detailed study of fibre properties:

Mechanical Properties: Tensile, flexural and torsional properties, stress/strain relations under various conditions. Modulus of elasticity, plasticity, creep and relaxation. Methods of measuring tensile properties, CRE, CRL methods.

Swelling Properties: Swelling, importance and effects of swelling.

Frictional properties: Importance of friction, effect of lubricant on friction, measurement methods of friction. Relationship of frictional properties of knitting stitching & sewing.

Optical Properties: Reflection, refraction, scattering, polarization, bire­fringence, dischrosm.

Thermal properties: Absorption and emission of radiation, Energy changes associated with changes of state including transition temperature of fibres.

Migration: Fibre migration, theory and causes of migration of fibres to surface or core of yarn.

Electrical properties-Electronic properties of solids, conductors & insulators, capacitance, di-electric constant, effect of moisture, Measurement of di-electric constants of fibres, yarns and fabrics. measurement of static charge, effect of static electrification in textile.

Detailed study of fibre properties:

Yarn Geometry: Yarn geometry, effect of yarn twist on yarn strength (obliquity effect), lustre, yarn diameter and handle.

Fabric Geometry: Geometry of plain-woven fabrics, Crimp, crimp ratio and thread spacing, Geometry of jammed conditions, crimp interchange, effect of yarn flattening, deformation of fabric. Application of cloth geometry, geometrical change during extension of fabrics.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to- 

CLO1

Understand the crystallinity and orientation. Relations between fibre properties and structure of fibre. Difference between infra-red absorption and x-ray diffraction method.

CLO2

Understand the tensile, flexural and torsional properties, stress/strain relations under various conditions. Modulus of elasticity, plasticity, creep and relaxation. Methods of measuring tensile properties, CRE, CRL methods.

CLO3

Understand the absorption and emission of radiation, Energy changes associated with changes of state including transition temperature of fibres.

CLO4

Analysis the yarn geometry, effect of yarn twist on yarn strength (obliquity effect), luster, yarn diameter and handle.

CLO5

Understand the geometry of plain-woven fabrics, Crimp, crimp ratio and thread spacing, Geometry of jammed conditions, crimp interchange, effect of yarn flattening, deformation of fabric. Application of cloth geometry, geometrical change during extension of fabrics. 

References:

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Physical Properties of Textile Fibers by W.E Morton & J.W.S Hearle

Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

Textile Fiber and their Uses by Hess

3

Textile Yarns Technology, Structure and Applications by B.C Gowswan

 

Course Code: TEX-1206-0723        
Course Title: Physics-II Lab (Tex.)

Course Type: Lab      

Pre-requisite: N/A

Credits: 1             

Contact Hours: 60          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                  

Semester/Term: II

 Rationale

This course introduces the basic lab-oriented equipment of Textile physics. It supports students to measure specific parameters as well as verify several laws of physics. The course provides the elementary ideas to implement the fundamental laws and principles, which are mainly taught in Physics and applied in Engineering. It extends the knowledge to identify and analyze the fault that occurred in practical cases. In addition, it also provides the essential skills to perform the relevant experiments based on properties of simple electrical parameters. It helps students to determine internal resistance of an electric cell, etc. This Physics Lab course is useful for the Lab courses of Circuits, Electronics, Biomedical Electronics, and so on.

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

At the end of the course, the student will be able to-

CLO1

 Difference between infra-red absorption and x-ray diffraction method.

CLO2

Explain the measuring tensile properties, CRE, CRL methods

CLO3

Measurement of di-electric constants of fibres, yarns and fabrics.

CLO4

Determine the yarn twist on yarn strength (obliquity effect).

List of Experiments
Difference between infra-red absorption and x-ray diffraction method.
To determine the tensile properties, CRE, CRL methods.
To determine the relationship of frictional properties of knitting stitching & sewing.
To Understand the fibre migration, theory and causes of migration of fibres to surface or core of yarn.
To measure of di-electric constants of fibres, yarns and fabrics.
To determine the yarn geometry, effect of yarn twist on yarn strength (obliquity effect), lustre, yarn diameter and handle.
Geometry of plain-woven fabrics, Crimp, crimp ratio and thread spacing, Geometry of jammed conditions, crimp interchange, effect of yarn flattening, deformation of fabric.
Application of cloth geometry, geometrical change during extension of fabrics.

Learning Resources

Text Books

  • “Practical Physics” – by Dr. Giasuddin Ahmed and Shahabuddin.

Reference Books

  • “Fundamentals of Physics” – by-Halliday, Resnick and Walker, 7th edition.

Other resources

  • Course notes, tutorial problems and solutions, and required guidelines can be accessed from the Google Classroom course module.

 

Course Code: CHE-1207-0531

Course Title: Chemistry II

Course Type: Theory     

Pre-requisite: CHE-1105-0531

Credits: 3             

Contact Hour: 42                      

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: I     

Semester/Term: II

Rationale of the Course:

This course provides a systematic study of the theories, principles, and techniques of organic chemistry. This course will integrate relevant technological advances and their impact in the formulation of chemical principles and their applications. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental concepts of covered organic topics as needed.

Course Contents:

Isomerism: Structural isomerism: Chain isomerism, positional isomerism, Functional group isomerism, Metamerism etc. Stereo-Isomerism: Geometrical isomerism and optical isomerism,

Configuration and conformation.

Organo-metallic Compounds: Importance and structure. Grignard reagent: Preparation, Important reactions and application in organic Synthesis. Organo-zinc compound: Preparation, properties, reactions and uses. Tetraethyl lead (TEL): -Preparation, reactions and uses.

Hydroxy Compounds: Alcohols: Classification, Nomenclature, structure, isomerism, and general methods of preparation, Reactions of aliphatic and aromatic alcohols. Phenols: Classification, structure, preparation and important reactions.

Carbonyl Compounds: Aliphatic aldehydes and ketones: Structure, Nomenclature, isomerism, general methods of preparation and important reactions. Aromatic aldehydes and ketones: Structure, Nomenclature, general methods of preparation and important reactions.

Carboxylic Acids: Mono-carboxylic Acids: Structure, Nomenclature, general methods of preparation, physical properties & reactions. Functional derivatives of mono-carboxylic acids: Acid chloride, Acid anhydride, Ester & Acid Amide.

N.B. A brief study of preparations, reactions and uses of the above derivatives.

Amines: Aliphatic Amines: Classification, structure, Nomenclature, isomerism, general methods

of preparation, and reactions. Aromatic Amines: Structure, preparation and reactions. N.B. A brief study of the following: Diazonium salt and Azo-compounds.

Carbohydrate:  Classification, Nomenclature & Stereo-chemistry  and inter conversion of

carbohydrate. 

Monosaccharide: D-Glucose & Fructose     D-Glucose:      Open   structure,         Cyclic Structure, physical properties and reactions. Disaccharides: Structure of sucrose, Manufacturing

process, reactions and uses.  Poly saccharine:  Starch and cellulose.  Cellulose:  Preparation,

structure, Derivatives and uses. Starch: Source, structure, Derivatives and uses.

Amino Acids and Proteins: Amino Acids: Classification, Nomenclature, optical activity, synthesis, properties and reactions. Proteins: Peptide linkage composition of proteins, C-terminal and N-terminal residue, identification of C-terminal and N-terminal residue.

Color, Dyes and Pigments: Color: Theories of color, color and conjugated system.

Dyes: Nomenclature, classification, structure, Raw materials for synthesis of Dyes, Dye intermediates and non-textile uses of Dyes.

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to

CLO 1: Apply fundamental concepts of isomerism and organo-metallic compounds.
Have clear concepts of nomenclature, structure, chemical reaction and general methods of preparation of organic compounds.
CLO 2: Determine the quantitative connections between the amounts of substances involved in chemical reactions and symbolize with chemical equations.
CLO 3: Explain the mechanisms of different organic reactions.

Learning Materials

Text Books

Reference Books

Learning Materials

Organic Chemistry, 12th Edition, T. W. Graham Solomons

1.      Organic Chemistry, 11th Edition, T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig B. Fryhle, Scott A. Snyder.

2.      Organic Chemistry, 10th Edition, T. W. Graham Solomons, Craig B. Fryhle.

Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos

 

Course Code: CHE-1208-0531

Course Title: Chemistry-II Lab

Course Type: Lab        

Pre-requisite: CHE-1106-0531

Credits: 1             

Contact Hours: 60          

Total Marks: 100

Year/Level: 1                      

Semester/Term: II

 

Rationale of the course:

The main focus of this course is to understand and analyze organic compounds containing one functional group of different alcohols, carboxylic acids, carbonyl compounds etc. Also, able to perform titrations and identifications of different compounds.

 

Course Contents:

Experiments:

Identification of organic compounds containing one functional group out of the following:

Alcohols: -Methyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol & amp; Tert-butyl Alcohol.

Carboxylic Acids: -Formic acid, Acetic Acid, Oxalic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Picric

Acid etc.

Carbonyl Compounds: -Formaldehyde, Acetaldehyde, Acetone, Benzaldehyde,

Acetophenone etc.

Miscellaneous: -Phenols, Aniline, Nitro-benzene, Chloro-benzene, Urea

Benzamide, Acetanalide, Acetamide etc.

Various types of titrations:

Standardization of KMnO4 Solution with Standard Oxalic acid or Sodium oxalate. Estimation of

Fe + 2 Iron with Standard KMnO4 Solution.

Standardization of Sodium thio Sulphate Solution with standard KMnO4.

Determination of available Chlorine in bleaching powder by Iodometric method.

Determination of Na2CO3 content of Washing Soda.

Determination of Strength of H2O2.

Determination of total Acid and Alkali in Soap.

Determination of hardness of water.

Removal of hardness by different methods.

 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

CLO1: Able to understand and analyze organic compounds containing one functional group of different alcohols, carboxylic acids, carbonyl compounds etc.

CLO2: Able to perform titrations and identifications of different compounds.

CLO3: Able to calculate mole ratios for preparing and identifying different compounds.

Course Code: MATH-1209-0541 

Course Title: Mathematics-II 

Course Type: Theory              

Pre-requisite: Math-1107-0541 

Credits: 3              

Contact Hours: 42                

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 1                                 

Semester/Term: II 

Rationale of the course:  

Linear algebra is essential to develop algorithms, software and scientific computations. Complex variable and vector analysis are powerful tools for doing mathematical analysis in engineering fields. This course is designed to provide theoretical knowledge regarding matrics, vector space, eigen values and eigen vectors, complex differentiations and integrations, vector differentiations and integrations, and its related theories.  

Course Content: 

Linear Algebra:  Solution of the system of linear equations, Determinant, Matrix, Rank and nullity of matrix, Vector space, Direct sum, Linear dependence and independence, Basis and dimension. Linear transformation, Eigen values and Eigen Vectors, Norms and inner products, Gram‑Schmidt orthogonalization process, Hermitian, Unitary, Orthogonal and Normal operators, Matrix representation. 

Complex differentiation:  Functions of a complex variable, Limits and continuity of functions of complex variable; Complex differentiation and Cauchy- Riemann Equations; Mapping by elementary functions;  

Complex integration: Line integral of a complex function; Cauchy’s Integral Theorem; Cauchy’s Integral Formula; Liouville’s Theorem; Taylor’s Theorem and Laurent’s theorem; Singular points; Residue; Cauchy’s Residue Theorem; Contour integration. 

Vector differentiation: Differentiation of vectors with elementary applications, Gradient, divergence and curl of point functions;  

Vector integration: Line, Surface and Volume integrals; Green’s theorem; Gauss’s theorem; Stoke’s theorem.  

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):  

At the end of the course, the student will be able to: 

CLO1: understand system of linear equations, matrices, functions of complex variables, vector calculus and related theories; 

CLO2: analyze properties of system of linear equations, matrices, eigen values and eigen vectors, functions of complex variables, vector spaces and dimensions; 

CLO3: determine solution of system of linear equations, matrices, eigen values and eigen vectors, complex function, singularities, differentiation and integration; 

CLO4: apply acquired knowledge in solving problems arises in engineering applications; 

CLO5: develop algorithms and software relating to engineering applications. 

 

References:

Learning Materials

SL No.

Text Books

Others Learning Materials

1

Lipschutz, S. 2005. Linear Algebra,3rded, McGraw-Hill Co., New Delhi.

Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc.

2

Howard Anton. 2005. Elementary Linear Algebra, 1sted, Wiley & Sons, USA.

3

Murray R. Spiegel, 1999. Complex Variables, 2nd ed, McGraw-Hill, NY

4

Ahlfors, L.V. 1966. Complex Analysis, 2nd ed, McGraw-Hill, NY.

5

Spiegel, M.R. 2004. Vector Analysis,4thed, McGraw-Hill Co., New Delhi.

6

Gupta & Malik. 2000. Vector Analysis, 8thed, Kedar Nath Ram Nath, Meerut.

  

Course Code: HUM-1211-0223       
Course Title: Communicative English

                   Course Type: Theory         Pre-requisite: N/A

         Credits: 3              Contact Hours: 42           Total Marks: 100

    Year/Level: 1                   Semester/Term: II

 

 

Rationale of the Course: 

The Communicative English course is essential for students to enhance their fundamental English language skills and analytical power in order to combine them into their core disciplines and, to a greater extent, to use them in real-life circumstances. The course focuses on the tactics, techniques, and strategies required to explain various circumstances and examine various ideas in order to improve students' comprehension and learning through reflective practice.

Course Contents: 

  • Sentence level errors: most common mistakes- correcting sentences, fragments, run-ons
  • Grammar: Uses of Tenses, Verbs, Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Grammar: Modals, Gerund, Participles, Conditionals, Preposition  
  • Grammar: Voices, Direct and Indirect Speeches
  • Reading: Purposes of reading; reading strategies: Skimming, Scanning, Inferencing
  • Reading: practice
  • Mechanics of writing: Uses of full stop, comma, colon, semicolon, apostrophe, capital letter, hyphen, quotation marks
  • Writing Stages: Brainstorming, Pre-Writing, Drafting, Proofreading and Editing
  • Paragraph: Topic Sentence, Parts of a Paragraph, Types of Paragraphs
  • Listening: Listening for key ideas, specific details. Listening and note-taking. Listening to conversations, lectures, news items and songs
  • Speaking: Formal/Informal conversations, Role plays, Interviews, Short presentations, Storytelling and Debating
  • Formal letter/email writing

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

After completing this course, students would be able to:

CLO1  : Identify and adapt different techniques of reading academic and non-academic textbooks.

CLO2  : Adapt different techniques of listening to academic and non- academic conversation. 

CLO3  : Develop confidence in initiating a conversation in the target language.

CLO4  : Develop willingness to establish social communication.

CLO5  : Start generating ideas on an academic topic by thinking critically and ethically.

References: 

SL No. 

Text Books 

Others Learning Materials 

1 

Kumar, S., & Lata, P. (2011). Communication skills (Vol. 4). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

2 

Konar, N. (2021). Communication skills for professionals. PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.. 

 

  

 

Course Code: HUM-2101-0211           
Course Title: Art of Presentation 

 Course Type: Theory          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 3               

Contact Hours: 42            

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2                   

Semester/Term: I 

 Rationale of the Course: This course is designed to provide quick, most natural, straightforward, and clear tactics to become a great presenter and public speaker. Art of Presentation will suit to the students to become the best version of a great presenter whether they are in a presentation or public speaking class or doing a course in their major or on the job. 

Course Contents: 

  • Introduction to Power-point Presentation  
  • Effective Body Language 
  • Purpose of Presentation 
  • Voice Control 
  • Audience Assessment 
  • Presenting Effectively 
  • Choosing Right topic 
  • Audience Involvement 
  • Rehearsal 
  • Check for Understanding   

Course Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student will be a

ble to –   

CLO1 

Create incredible contents, deliver powerful and high impact power-point presentations or poster presentations or conference paper presentations that audiences remember and act on. 

CLO2 

Simplify complex information and messages as well as make them audio-visual so that audiences can get easily, and remember the key messages. 

CLO3 

Give a presentation without notes or cue cards and overcome any possible problem from the common to the bizarre. 

CLO4 

Look, sound and feel confident - as he/she has been presenting for years. 

CLO5  Connect emotionally with the audience in a way that successfully persuades, influences, informs, and grab audience attention right from the start and keep it. 

Text Books 

  • Impress Your Audience (Professional Presentation Skills) by H M Atif Wafik.  
  • Powerful Presentations that Connect by Dr. Mark Johnson.  

 

Course Code: EEE-2103-0713           
Course Title: Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering         

Course Type: Theory          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 3               

Contact Hours: 42            

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2                   

Semester/Term: I 

Rationale of the Course: 

This unit of study aims to develop knowledge of the fundamental concepts and building blocks of electrical and electronics circuits. This is a foundation unit in circuit theory. Circuit theory is the electrical engineer’s fundamental tool. The concepts learnt in this unit will be made use of heavily in many units of study (in later years) in the areas of electronics, instrumentation, electrical machines, power systems, communication systems, and signal processing. 

Course Contents: 

D.C. Current: D.C. fundamentals, Network Theorems, Generators & their characteristics, Motors & their characteristics, Speed control process. 

A.C. Current: A.C. fundamentals, Flow of A.C. through inductance, capacitance and resistance Flow of A.C. through inductance, resistance and capacitance in series and in parallel, Power in A.C. Circuit, Power Factor and Power Factor Improvement, Resonance in AC circuits, Transformer, Poly phase circuits, Induction motors. 

Its types & purpose. Sub-station equipment (HT, LT Switch gear etc.), Distribution board and sub-distribution board. 

System network: Typical distribution circuits, cables and wiring systems and their selection. 

System protection: Types of faults, (transformer & motor) principles of protection, Protective devices-circuit breaker, Switches, starter etc. 

Electrical hazards: Protection against shock and fire, earthing and its importance, procedure to be adopted when a person is in contact with a live conductor. 

Electronics: Semiconductor physics, Diodes and their uses, Rectifiers, Transistors, Amplifiers, Voltage amplification, Power amplification, Photo sensor & Transducer, Integrated Circuit. 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1: Would be able to explain concepts of voltage, current, power, energy, sources, resistance, energy storage elements and circuit configurations in DC & AC circuits. 

CLO2: Would be able to apply techniques such as node, mesh, and network theorems to solve DC & AC circuit (time & phasor domain for AC). 

CLO3: Would be able to analyze the power factor improvement and resonance of AC circuit. 

CLO4: Would be able to build basic electronic circuits. 

CLO5: Would be able to demonstrate power system network and protection equipment.  

References: 

Learning Materials 

 

Text Books 

Learning Materials 

  1. Charles K. Alexander & Matthew N. O. Sadiku, ‘Fundamentals of Electric Circuits’ 5th Edition. 

Journals, websites, YouTube videos 

  1. James M Flore, ‘DC Electrical Circuit Analysis: A Practical Approach’. 

 

  1. V.K. Mehta & Rohit Mehta, ‘Principles of Electrical Machines’. 

 

  1. Stephen J. Chapman, ‘Electrical Machinery Fundamentals’. 

 

 

Course Code: EEE-2104-0713           
Course Title: Fundamental of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Lab         

Course Type: Lab          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 1               

Contact Hours: 60           

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2                  

Semester/Term: I 

 

Rationale of the Course: 

The course develops basic skills in constructing and measuring electrical and electronic circuits using modern laboratory instruments. This course includes different practical equipment’s like resistor, inductor, capacitor, voltmeter, ammeter, ohm-meter etc. This lab helps a student to enhance their knowledge by using practical learning about different electrical parameters and their applications. 

Course Contents: 

Lab One: Simple 

DC Circuits. Using a DMM (Digital Multi-Meter) to measure voltage, current, and resistance; an oscilloscope to display time-varying voltages; a power supply to produce constant (DC) voltages; and a function generator to produce time varying (AC) voltages. 

Lab Two: AC Measurements. Characterization and measurement of waveforms using an oscilloscope. Grounding issues. 

Lab Three: Signal Processing I: Amplifiers. Using the op-amp in various modes for creating amplifiers. 

Lab Four: Signal Processing II: Filters. Building passive and active filters and measuring their transfer functions. 

Lab Five: Signals and Systems I. Time-domain and frequency-domain characterization of signals. 

Lab Six: Signals and Systems II. A/D and D/A conversion. 

Lab Seven: Half -Wave and Full-Wave rectifier with and without filter. 

Lab Eight: To obtain motor start, stop, overload control and forward/reverse control. 

Lab Nine: To obtain speed control of dc shunt motor using (a) Armature resistance control (b) Field control. 

Lab Ten: To obtain equivalent circuit, efficiency and voltage regulation of a single-phase transformer using O.C. and S.C. tests. 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1: Would be able to build a clear concept of electrical and electronic circuit equipment’s. 

CLO2: Would be able to demonstrate applications of basic science and engineering concepts in an electrical and electronic engineering discipline. 

CLO3: Would be able to apply concepts, principles and techniques to configure modern communication systems. 

CLO4: Would be able to achieve knowledge on motor control technology, such as motor start, stop, overload control and forward/reverse control. 

CLO5: Would be able to operate and troubleshoot electrical equipment. 

References: 

Learning Materials 

 

Text Books 

Learning Materials 

  1. Charles K. Alexander & Matthew N. O. Sadiku, ‘Fundamentals of Electric Circuits’ 5th Edition. 

Journals, websites, YouTube videos 

  1. James M Flore, ‘DC Electrical Circuit Analysis: A Practical Approach’. 

 

  1. Matlab, Multi-sim & Proteus software (Updated version). 

 

  1. V.K. Mehta & Rohit Mehta, ‘Principles of Electrical Machines’. 

 

  1. Stephen J. Chapman, ‘Electrical Machinery Fundamentals’. 

 

 

Course Code: TEX-2105-0723 

 Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-I                    

Course Type: Theory           

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 3               

Contact Hour: 42                        

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2              

Semester/Term: I 

 

Rationale of the Course:  

The textile engineering graduates need to study the production process of yarn manufacturing. This course is also about to study of basic knowledge of process flow chart of yarn manufacturing and various preparatory processes like blow room, carding, drawing frame to produce lab/chute feed, carded sliver, drawing sliver and production calculation.  

Course Contents:  

Short Staple: Characteristics of Fibre considered by a spinner. Flow chart for the production of carded and combed yarns, Importance of mixing and blending.  

 Blow Room: Principles of opening and cleaning, study of blow room machines for blending, opening, cleaning and control of regularity of mass per unit length, extraction and control of waste, settings for waste, blow room lines for different purposes, use of suitable sequences of machines, production of scutcher laps, advantages and disadvantages of chute feeding to cards, safety; prevention of fires, methods of extraction of metal objects and foreign material main settings, speeds, production.  

Carding: Principles and objects of carding; Detailed study of the revolving flat card; Types and care of wire, stripping and grinding, doffing mechanism. extraction and control of waste and dust, can coiling. speeds, productions, settings, cleaning efficiency, control of nep and fibre damage. Variation in sliver mass per unit length.  

Draw Frame: Principles of roller drafting; Drafting forces; Fibre control; Drafting wave and effect of short fibres and fibres with hooked ends created in carding. Mechanical faults causing periodic variation Minimum theoretical variation, Effects of doubling and drafting Study of draw frame, drafting systems, stop mechanisms, can coiling, Roller setting, Production, Introduction to auto levelers.  

Long staple (Jute): Flow charts for production of yarns from bast fibres, woolen and worsted and silk. Processing of Jute; Importance and methods of batching and batch selection. Emulsion preparation and application. Softening technique and machinery. Treatment of cuttings.  

Carding: Principles and objects of Jute card; Detailed study of carding systems and machinery, Methods of spreading, Differences in treatment on breaker and finisher cards, pinning. Control of opening and waste, cleaning efficiency, settings, speeds and productions. 

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing the course, students would be able to 

CLO1: understand the process flow chart of yarn manufacturing. 

CLO2: understand the process of blow room and apply different process by knowing different components and functions of blow room machineries.  

CLO3: understand the carding process and applying different process to ensure the productivity. CLO4: understand the draw frame process and applying different process to ensure the productivity. 

References:   

Text Books 

Reference Books 

Learning Materials 

  

Fundamentals of Textile Engineering, Rezaul Karim, Faruq Hosen 

  1. Textile Yarns Technology structure and application, Gashami, Textile book service, New Jersey, USA. 
  2. The Technology of short staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 
  3. A Practical guide to Ring Spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 
  4. Rotor spinning and unconventional spinning system, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

  

  

  

  

  

Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos 

Course Code:  TEX-2106-0723         
Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-I Lab 

Course Type: Lab          

Pre-requisite: N/A 
Credits: 1               
Contact Hours: 60           
Total Marks: 100 
Year/Level:  2                   
Semester/Term: I 

Rationale of the Course:  

Introducing the students to the production process of yarn manufacturing is necessary for them to function properly in the spinning sector. This course includes the study of basic knowledge of process flow chart of yarn manufacturing and various preparatory processes like blow room, carding, drawing frame to produce lab/chute feed, carded sliver, drawing sliver and production calculation.       

Course Contents:  

  • Detailed practical study of Mixing,  
  • Detailed practical study of Blow room,  
  • Detailed practical study of Carding and  
  • Detailed practical study of Draw frame of Cotton Spinning 
  • Detailed practical study of Batching,  
  • Detailed practical study of Softener,  
  • Detailed practical study of Spreader,  
  • Detailed practical study of Breaker card  
  • Detailed practical study of Finisher card of Jute spinning.  

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1  : Demonstrate the process flow chart of yarn manufacturing  

CLO2  : Comprehend the mechanism of blow room and apply the knowledge to run blow room machineries.  

CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of carding machine, draw frame and ring frame in the industry to ensure maintenance and higher productivity. 

References: 

Learning Materials 

 

 

SL No. 

Text Books 

Others Learning Materials 

1 

Textile Yarns Technology structure and application, Gashami, Textile book service, New Jersey, USA. 

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

2 

The Technology of short staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

 

 

Course Code: TEX-2107-0723          
Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-I 

Course Type: Theory         

 Pre-requisite: N/A 
Credits: 3               
Contact Hours: 42            
Total Marks: 100 
Year/Level: 2                    
Semester/Term: I 

Rationale of the Course:  

The students should obtain knowledge about woven fabric manufacturing and machines used in the process. The course covers how to produce woven fabric and also know their machines mechanism to produce better quality fabric.   

  

Course Contents:  

Introduction to Fabric manufacturing Technology 

Introduction and historical background of fabric manufacturing technology, and Flow process chart of different fabric`s construction. 

Concept of Weaving  

Weaving technology, Weaving flow chart, Basic principle of weaving. 

Preparatory Process 

Winding  

Objective, principle and mechanisms of winding, winding requirements, different winding machines (for cotton and Jute yarn), methods of driving packages, precision and non-precision winding, yarn tensioning devices, stop motions and other controlling devices of winding machines, Pirn and Cop winding mechanisms, winding efficiency, winding defects and remedies. 

Warping  

Objective, principle and mechanisms of warping, Direct warping of cotton and Jute, Sectional warping, Essential parts of warping machines and their functions, warping defects and remedies. 

Sizing 

Objective, principle and mechanisms of sizing, Ingredients of a size mixture and their functions, Chemistry of sizing and technological changes due to sizing, Typical recipes, choice of size ingredients, size cooking, methods of sizing and drying, dressing of Jute yarn, warp sizing and weaving efficiency, mechanism of size take up, defects in sizing and their remedies. 

 Weaving mechanism 

Introduction to Loom 

Chronological development of Looms, classification and short description of looms, classification and definition of motions of looms, Loom drive and breaks, different types of sheds. 

Shedding  

Tappet shedding, construction of shedding tappet, Dobby shedding; scope and classification, negative, positive and cross-border dobby, peg-plan, timing and dwell of dobby, Jacquard shedding; scope, type and basic principle of jacquard shedding. 

Picking 

Classification, over picking and under picking mechanisms, construction of picking tappet, picking faults. 

Beating 

Principle of crank arm beating, effect of crank arm and crank length, Sley eccentricity and its effects, forces involved in beating action. 

Take-up and Let-off mechanisms  

Calculation of take-up constant, picks/cm and rate of let-off, Automation in weaving, production of various stripe and check fabrics, necessary calculations.

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

  

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1  : Understand the weaving terms and definition like denting, drawing etc. to function properly in the industry. 

CLO2  : Demonstrate weaving preparatory process like winding, warping and sizing. sizing. 

CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of the basic weaving mechanism and its different motion in the weaving industry. 

Course Code:  TEX-2108-0723         
Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-I Lab 

Course Type: Lab         

 Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 1               

Contact Hours: 60            

Total Marks: 100 

 Year/Level:  2                   

Semester/Term: I 

Rationale of the Course:  

It is required for the textile engineering students to study the fabric manufacturing process, both preparatory and weaving stage and should have firm knowledge of tappet & dobby weaving machineries and their mechanism.   

Course Contents:  

  • Study of sequence of machinery used for conversion of yarn into fabric 
  • Study of winding machines - driving mechanism, traverse motion, stop motion, adjustment of traverse length and package diameter, yarn tensioners, yarn clearers, calculations.  
  • Study of creel, stop motion, beam driving motion and tensioning device in pre-beaming/warping machine. 
  • Study of different zones and motions in dressing and beaming/sizing machine.      
  • Practical study of the tappet loom. 
  • Practical study of the dobby loom. 

    Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

    After completing this course, students would be able to 

    CLO1  : Understand the sequence of machinery used for conversion of yarn into fabric. 

    CLO2  : Demonstrate different zones and motions in dressing and beaming/sizing machine. 

    CLO3  : Enunciate creel, stop motion, beam driving motion and tensioning device in pre-beaming/ warping machine. 

    CLO4  : Gain knowledge on tappet and dobby shedding mechanism for thinking and innovation. 

    References: 

    SL No. 

    Text Books 

    Others Learning Materials 

    1 

    Weaving-Reference books of Textile Technologies-   By Giovanni Castelli Salvatore Maietta Giuseppe Sigrisi Ivo Matteo Slaviero 

    Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

    2 

    Handbook of Weaving - By S. Adanur 

      

    Course Code: TEX-2109-0723 

    Course Title: Wet Processing-I  

    Course Type: Theory                        

    Pre-requisite: N/A 

    Credits: 3               

    Contact Hour: 42                        

    Total Marks: 100 

    Year/Level: 2              

    Semester/Term: I 

     

    Rationale of the Course:  

    The Textile engineering graduates need to study the general concept of textile chemicals and auxiliaries. This course is also about to study of basic knowledge of water, soap, detergents, and various preparatory processes like singeing, desizing, scouring, bleaching, to ready of textiles materials for coloration.  

     Course Contents: 

    Water and its purification: Classification of natural waters and the impurities, water hardness and its classification, Water Softening, Hardness Estimation. Problems associated by using hard water in the textile industries, Standard of dye house and boiler water. Water consumptions in different textile industries. Green chemistry (Effluent’s test and purification). 

    Oil, Fats and Waxes: General discussion, characteristic and composition of various important oils, edible and inedible oil and their application. 

    Soaps and Detergent: Soap and soap manufacturing, theory of detergency, synthetic detergent (non-degradable and biodegradable detergents), laundry detergent formulation, fabric softeners/ cationic surfactants.  

    Coloration Chemicals: Chemistry, properties, application of different acids, alkalis, salts, oxidizing and reducing agents, and miscellaneous agents in coloration of textiles.  

    Pretreatments: Flow-chart of wet processing, Chemistry of various impurities in fibers and their removals; Singeing, Desizing, Scouring and bleaching of cotton, Jute, Wool and silk fibers. Special scouring processes (solvent scouring and Vapour-loc scouring); Estimation of scouring and bleaching effects; Estimation of available chlorine in bleaching agents. Faults and damages in bleaching.  

    References: 

    SL No. 

    Text Books 

    Others Learning Materials 

    1 

    V.A.Shenai, “Introduction to chemistry of dyestuffs”, Sevak Publications, 1st edition, 1995. 

    Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

    2 

    D.A. Broadbent, “Basic Principles of Colouration”, Society of Dyers and Colourists, 1st edition, 2001. 

     

    3 

    E.R. Trotman, “Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres”, Charles Griffins and Co. Ltd., 1st edition,1991. 

     

    4 

    M. Clark, “Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing”, Wood head Publishing Ltd., 1st edition, 2011. 

     

    5 

    L. W. C. Miles, “Textile Printing”, Dyers Company Publication Trust, 2nd edition, 2003. 

     

    6 

    V. A. Shenai, “Technology of Printing”, Sevak Publications, 1st edition, 1990. 

     

    7 

    A. J. Hall, “Textile Finishing”, Haywood Books, London, 1st edition, 1996.  

     

      

    Course Code: TEX-2110-0723 

    Course Title: Wet Processing-I Lab 

    Course Type: Lab                  

    Pre-requisite: N/A 

    Credits: 1               

    Contact Hour: 60                        

    Total Marks: 100 

    Year/Level: 2              

    Semester/Term: I 

    Rationale of the Course: 

    This course is about to exercise on practical or hands on practices of water softening, Hardness of water, Soap and detergent preparation and application, singeing, desizing, scouring and bleaching processes of textile materials as well as to ready of materials for coloration. 

    Course Contents: 

    • Calculation of Hardness of Water. 
    • Water softening by Base exchange and Demineralization process. 
    • Preparation of Soap and Detergents. 
    • Singeing of Cotton woven fabric by Gas singeing process. 
    • Desizing of grey cotton yarn/fabric using chemicals/enzyme and determine the desizing efficiency.  
    • Scouring of desized cotton yarn/fabric and determine the scouring loss%, drop absorbency and degree of impurities.  
    • Scouring of P/C blended fabrics.  
    • Bleaching of scoured cotton yarn/fabric with hypochlorite agent and measurement of the whiteness index, and change in mechanical properties.
    • Bleaching of cotton fabric with hydrogen peroxide agent and measurement of the whiteness index, and change in mechanical properties.  
    • Scouring and Bleaching of Wool.  
    • Degumming of Silk.

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Studying the basic knowledge about apparel industry and different processes of apparel manufacturing is a basic requirement for the textile engineering students to function properly and thrive in the industry.  

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction: 

       Historical development of apparel industry in Bangladesh and other countries of the world. Apparel terms and definitions. Apparel manufacturing sequence. 

      Pattern Making: General discussion on pattern making, pattern making of a basic t shirt and pant. 

      Sampling: Sample apparel making, Components of shirt, trouser & their types, Standard body measurements for Gents, Standard body measurements for ladies, Principle of pattern making for shirt & trouser, Pattern grading.  

      Marker Making: Definition, marker efficiency, objectives, constraints, method, drawing, duplicating & wastage in marker making. 

      Fabric Spreading: Requirements, Fabric packages, methods, machines and splices. 

      Fabric Cutting : Requirements, methods, machines, and quality in cutting. 

      Interlining : Definitions, advantages of fusible interlining, conditions of fusing properties of fusible interlining, methods of coating, fusing machines, types of fusible interlining, Quality control in fusing, fusing performance analysis.   

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Comprehend the progress of the RMG industry through the understand of the historical development of garments industry in Bangladesh and apparel terms and definition. 

      CLO2  : Design and produce pattern, marker, sample and trim/swatch cards. 

      CLO3  : Function the apparel manufacturing process. 

References: 

SL No. 

Text Books 

Others Learning Materials 

1 

The technology of clothing manufacture, Herold carr & Barbara Latham, BSP Professional books, London. 

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

2 

Grading for the fashion industry, Patric Taylor and Martin M. Shoben, BSP Professional books, London. 

 

Course Code: TEX-2112-0723        
Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-I Lab 

Course Type: Lab          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 1               

Contact Hours: 60            

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2                    

Semester/Term: I 

Rationale of the Course:  

This course targets the practical knowledge about standard body measurement for Men’s, women’s and children and process flowchart of apparel manufacturing. It also covers basic pattern making and marker making as well as the study of sewing machine which are basic requirements for the students for their future profession in RMG industry   

Course Contents:  

  • Sewing machine handling and adjustment. 
  • Pattern making for shirt and Trousers Pattern grading.  
  • Marker Planning and Marker Making.  
  • Marker copying.  
  • General sewing practices.  
  • Fabric cutting. 
  • Fusing of interlining.  

  Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1  : Handle and adjust the sewing machine.  

CLO2  : Gain general knowledge about fabric spreading, cutting and fusing of interlining. 

CLO3  : Analyze standard body measurement and produce pattern and marker for basic shirt and trousers. 

References: 

SL No. 

Text Books 

Others Learning Materials 

1 

The technology of clothing manufacture, Herold carr & Barbara Latham, BSP Professional books, London. 

Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

2 

Grading for the fashion industry, Patric Taylor and Martin M. Shoben, BSP Professional books, London. 

 

Course Code: ME-2201-0715 

Course Title: Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering 

 Course Type: Theory          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

 Credits: 3               

Contact Hours: 42            

Total Marks: 100 

 Year/Level: 2                    

Semester/Term: 2

Rationale of the course:  

This unit of study seeks to develop knowledge of mechanical engineering's core ideas and analyze, design and improve practical thermal and mechanical systems. This course will help to Understand of source of heat engines, thermodynamics, refrigeration and air condition. 

Course Contents:  

Thermodynamics: Fundamental concepts and definitions, laws of thermodynamics, thermodynamic processes and cycles, introduction to steam generator units, detail study of boiler, vapor power Cycles-Ranking, Reheat, internal combustion engines, steam turbines, compressor. Measurements and automatic control mechanism. 

Heat transfer: Different modes of heat transfer-conduction, convention, and radiation, one dimensional steady state conduction of heat in solid plane wall, Radiation heat transfer, the laws of black-body radiation, Sources of energy. 

Fluid mechanics: Hydraulics properties of fluids, Surface tension and capillary tubes, basic hydrostatic equation, pressure head of a liquid, pressure gauges, flow of fluids, Bernoulli's equation, and equation of continuity. Laminar flow and turbulent flow, head loss due to friction in a pipe, fluid flow measurements. 

Pump: Pumps- types, characteristics and application of reciprocating and centrifugal pumps.   

Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

After completing this course, students would be able to 

CLO1: Would be able to Understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics, Boiler, Pump, Hydraulics and fluid machineries 

CLO2: Would be able to Know the properties of different mechanical and electrical heating system. 

CLO3: Would be able to Apply the operations of Mechanical Engineering equipment’s and pumping system. 

References: 

SL No. 

Text Books 

Others Learning Materials 

1 

Basic Mechanical Engineering, Pravin Kumar 

Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

2 

Basic Mechanical Engineering, Basant Agrawal 

 

 Course Code: ME-2202-0715 

Course Title: Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Lab 

 Course Type: Theory          

Pre-requisite: N/A 

Credits: 1               

Contact Hours: 60            

Total Marks: 100 

Year/Level: 2                       

Semester/Term: II 

Rationale of the Course:  

This unit of study seeks to develop knowledge of mechanical engineering's core ideas and analyze, design and improve practical thermal and mechanical systems. This course will help to Understand of source of heat engines, thermodynamics, refrigeration and air condition. 

 Course Contents: 

  • Study of precision measuring instruments. 
  • Study of heat transfer. 
  • Study of heat transmission line. 
  • Study of various plumbing tools. 
  • Study of metal joining process. 
  • Study of boiler heat generation process. 
  • Study of centrifugal pump.  
  • Study of reciprocating pump.  
  • Study of internal combustion engine. 
  • Study of refrigeration & air conditioning system. 

    Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

    After the completion of this course, students would be able to 

    CLO1: Demonstrate measuring instruments, heat transmission line and various plumbing tools. 

    CLO2: Start and maintenance of centrifugal & reciprocating pump. 

    CLO3: Design refrigeration & air conditioning system. 

    Course Code: BUS-2203-0413 

    Course Title: Business Communication 

    Course Type: Theory       

    Pre-requisite: N/A 

    Credits: 3               

    Contact Hour: 42                       

     Total Marks: 100 

    Year/Level: 2       

    Semester/Term: II 

    Rationale of the Course: This course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of communication, its scope and importance in business, and the role of communication in establishing a favourable outside the firm environment, as well as an effective internal communications program. The various types of business communication media are covered. This course also develops an awareness of the importance of succinct written expression to modern business communication. Many of the assignments are to be keyboarded. 

    Course Contents: 

    • Effective Business Communication  
    • Effective Business Writing 
    • Delivering your Message 
    • Writing Preparation 
    • Understanding your Audience  
    • Developing Business Presentation 
    • External Communication 
    • Presentation to Persuade 
    • Internal Communication 
    • Is Silence Killing Your Company?   

    Course Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student will be able to -  

    CLO1 

    Understand and demonstrate the use of basic and advanced proper writing techniques that today's technology demands, including anticipating audience reaction. 

    CLO2 

    Write effective informal and formal reports, proofread and edit copies of business correspondence. 

    CLO3 

    Plan successfully for and participate in meetings and conduct proper techniques in telephone usage as well as use e-mail effectively and efficiently. 

    CLO4 

    Use career skills that are needed to succeed, such as using ethical tools, working collaboratively, observing business etiquette, and resolving workplace conflicts. 

    CLO5 

    Develop interpersonal skills that contribute to effective and satisfying personal, social and professional relationships, and utilize electronic presentation software.  

    Text Books 

    Business Communication for Success - Scott McLean 

    Business Communication Essentials Courtland L Bovee, Jean A. Scribner, and John Thill 

    Course Code: TEX-2205-0723          
    Course Title: Fabric Structure & Design 

     Course Type: Theory          

    Pre-requisite: N/A 

    Credits: 3               

    Contact Hours: 42            

    Total Marks: 100 

    Year/Level: 2                    

    Semester/Term: II 

    Rationale of the Course:  

    The textile engineering graduates need to study different woven and knit fabric design, weave structure and how to analyze them. This course will cover introduction to structure and design of fabrics, properties and types of fabrics as well as the concepts of analyzing and designing of different weaves. 

    Course Contents:  

    Introduction to fabric structure and design 

    Classification of woven fabrics and its representation, Factors affecting the fabric structure, Elements of fabric design-drafting, lifting and denting plan.  

    Plain Weave  

    Features and classification of plain weave. Derivatives of plain weave and their characteristic.  Ornamentation of plain weave fabrics by varying set, yarn linear density, crimp, twist, material etc. 

    Twill weaves  

    Features and classification of twill weave. Derivatives of twill weave and their characteristics features.  

    Relative firmness of twill weave.  The influence of twist of the yarns on the twill lines.  Angle of inclination of twill weaves. 

    Stain weave  

    Satin and sateen weaves.  

    Fancy designs of fabrics 

    Characteristic, appearance and texture of simple fancy weaves (viz. mock leno including distorted thread effects), huckaback honeycomb, basic crepe weaves and Bedford cord structures, Stripe and check effects using basic and simple fancy weaves,  

    Color and weave effects 

    Pinstripe, crow’s foot, dog's tooth, shepherds check etc. Designs of fabrics figured with extra warp, extra weft and extra warp & weft etc. Designing of double width, tubular and multiply fabric.  

    Knitted Fabric (Structure)  

    Structure of 1x1 rib, 2x2 and 1x1 purl weft knitted fabrics and their representation on design paper, Features of plain, rib, interlock and purl structure. Differentiates among the plain, rib, interlock and purl structure. 

    Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

    After completing this course, students would be able to 

    CLO1  : Apply the understanding of the properties of different fabrics (plain, twill, satin & knitted) in the industry. 

    CLO2  : Identify, Analyze and develop basic weave structures. 

    CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of fancy design and different weave and color effect to produce unique fabric structure. 

    References: 

    Learning Materials 

     

     

    SL No. 

    Text Books 

    Others Learning Materials 

    1 

    Groscicki Z J, “Watsons Textile Design and Colour”, NewnesButtersworth (1988). 

    Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

    2 

    Groscicki Z J, “Watsons Advanced Textile Design”, NewnesButtersworth (1989). 

     

      

    Course Code: TEX-2206-0723          
    Course Title: Fabric Structure & Design Lab 

    Course Type: Lab        

    Pre-requisite: N/A 

    Credits: 1               

    Contact Hours: 60            

    Total Marks: 100 

     Year/Level: 2                    

    Semester/Term: II 

    Rationale of the Course:  

    Introducing the students to the structure & design of different weave like plain, twill & satin as well as their derivatives is required for them to function in the fabric manufacturing industry and fabric research & development purpose.    

    Course Contents:  

    • Analysis of plain fabric 
    • Analysis of plain fabric (rib) 
    • Analysis of plain fabric (matt) 
    • Analysis of twill fabric 
    • Analysis of twill fabric (herringbone) 
    • Analysis of twill fabric (diamond) 
    • Analysis of satin fabric 
    • Analysis of fancy fabric 
    • Analysis of knitted fabric structure 

    Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

    After completing this course, students would be able to 

    CLO1  : Identify, analyze & develop different woven and knitted fabric structure. 

    CLO2  : Determine the specifications for the reproduction of fabric samples simple and compound structures.  

    CLO3  : Develop unique fabric structure using the knowledge of fancy design. 

    References: 

    Learning Materials 

     

     

    SL No. 

    Text Books 

    Others Learning Materials 

    1 

    Groscicki Z J, “Watsons Textile Design and Colour”, NewnesButtersworth (1988). 

    Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

    2 

    Groscicki Z J, “Watsons Advanced Textile Design”, NewnesButtersworth (1989). 

     

    Rationale of the Course:  

    Textile Quality Assurance– I is a fundamental compulsory course for Textile Testing covering physical & mechanical properties of various textile fibers.  Textile Testing is the application of Engineering knowledge & science for the measurement of properties & characteristics of the condition affecting textile fiber, yarn, fabric and garments also. It involves the use of techniques, tools, instruments & machines in the laboratory for the evaluation of the properties of the different forms of textile. Alongside this course will help the graduates to gain proper knowledge about quality control attributes of textile fibers.  

    Course Content: 

    Introduction to Textile Testing and quality control, Importance of Textile Testing. Sampling methods.  

    Moisture: Moisture content and moisture regain; standard moisture regains of different fibers. Effects of moisture on textiles. Relative humidity, measurement of relative humidity, standard conditions for testing, importance of moisture regain, methods of measurement of moisture in textiles.  

    Fiber Testing:  

    Fiber length: Length, staple length, effective length, span length, fiber length dispersion, short fiber percentage, methods of fiber length measurement. 

    Fineness & maturity of cotton: Definition, importance, relationship between fineness & maturity, methods of measurement and expressions of results, maturity ratio.  

    Neps: Definition, causes of nep formation, measurement of neps.  

    Trash and Foreign matters: Measurement of trash and foreign matters in fiber.  

    Tensile strength: Single fiber & fiber bundle test, comparison between single fiber & bundle test.  

    Modern Fiber Testing Equipments: Scope of AFIS & HVI for fiber testing. Calibration system and basic working principle of AFIS & HVI. 

    Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

    After completing this course, students would be able to 

    CLO1: Students will be able to learn the ethical aspects of textile quality assurance and learn to do sampling of fibers. 

    CLO2: Students will be able to identify different types of fiber and compare among their properties. 

    CLO3: Students will be able to test, analyze and calculate different fiber dimensional parameter like- humidity, fiber length, fineness, maturity, strength and trash content. 

    CLO4: Students will be able to operate modern testing equipment.  

    References:  

    Text book 

    Others Learning Materials 

    1. Principle of Textile Testing, J.E. Booth, Textile book service, New Jersey, USA.  

    Journals, Websites & YouTube tutorials 

    2. Quality control hand book, Third Edition, Draman & Preepham, New Jersey, USA 

     

    3. Physical Testing and Quality Control, Slater K., Textile Institute, UK 

     

      

    Rationale of the Course:  

    Textile Quality Assurance - I Lab is a practical course that offers the engineering students to do experiments for testing physical & mechanical properties of different textile fibers. It involves the use of techniques, tools, instruments & machines in the laboratory for the evaluation of the properties of the different forms of textile. Alongside this course provides the students with an opportunity to make themselves competent about how fiber tests are done at laboratories and R&D of textile industry.  

    Course Contents: 

    Determination of -  

    • Moisture regain and moisture content of cotton,  
    • Fiber length and length characteristics,  
    • Fiber fineness & Maturity ratio of cotton fiber,  
    • Trash content in cotton,  
    • Fiber strength by Pressley Strength tester,  
    • Hank of sliver and roving,  
    • count of yarn by wrap reel and balance in different counting systems, Count of yarn by (i) Knowles balance (ii) Beesley’s (iii) Quadrant balance.  
    • Twist of single and double yarn. 
    • Calibration system and basic working principle of AFIS & HVI.  

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: Students will be able to learn basic fiber and yarn testing ethically which are done in textile industries and develop a practice of team work by doing experiments in team. 

      CLO2: Students will be able to determine moisture regain and moisture content of cotton, fiber length and length characteristics, fiber fineness and maturity ratio, fiber strength by Pressley and trash content of cotton fiber. 

      CLO3: Students will be able to determine hank of sliver and roving, yarn count in different procedures and yarn twist. 

      CLO4: Students will be able to demonstrate Calibration system and basic working principle of AFIS & HVI. 

      Course Code: BUS-2209-0414 

      Course Title: Principles of Marketing 

       Course Type: Theory          

      Prerequisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 2                   

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course provides students with an overview of the marketing function with an emphasis on creating value through marketing, market research, consumer behaviour, pricing strategies, marketing channels, and various methods of promotion. This course is to provide students with a broad introduction to marketing concepts, help them understand the factors that influence marketing decisions, and focus attention on the vital role of marketing in today’s global economy. This course examines the business functions of Marketing. Students will learn how marketers deliver value in satisfying customer needs and wants, determine which target markets the organization can best serve, and decide upon appropriate products, services, and programs to serve these markets. 

       Course Contents: 

      Marketing Overview: Meaning of marketing. Components of marketing. Importance of marketing. Marketing management philosophies/Evolution of marketing. 

      Marketing Environment: The components of the Marketing Environment. The impact of macro and micro environment in an organization. Components of marketing environment: • Macro-environment • Micro-environment 

      Consumer Behavior:  The importance of consumer behavior. The factors that affect consumer behavior. The consumer decision making process. The meaning and importance of consumer behavior. Internal factors influencing consumer behavior. External forces influencing consumer behavior.  

      Segmentation, Targeting & Positioning (STP Model): Definition of market segmentation, targeting and positioning. The importance of STP model. The market segmentation, targeting and positioning process. Identify the basis of segmenting, targeting, and positioning for both consumer and industrial markets. 

      Products, Services, and Brands DecisionsDefinition of products, services, and brands. The major classifications of products and services. The decisions companies make regarding their individual products and services, product lines, and product mixes. Identify the four characteristics that affect the marketing of services and the additional marketing considerations that services require. Branding strategy—the decisions companies make in building and managing their brands. 

      Developing New Products and Managing the Product Life CycleHow companies find and develop new product ideas. List and define the steps in the new product development process and the major considerations in managing this process. The stages of the product life cycle and how marketing strategies change during a product’s life cycle. Discussion of two additional product issues: Socially responsible product decisions and international product and services marketing. 

      Pricing Decisions: Definition of pricing. The importance of pricing. Identify the pricing strategies and policies. Use different pricing methods to determine price. 

      Distribution Decision: Definition of channels of distribution. The different types of distribution channels. Identify the Factors to be considered when selecting channels of distribution. 

      Promotional Decisions: Definition of promotion. The elements of promotional mix. Discuss each of the elements in promotional mix • Advertising. • Personal selling. • Sales promotion. • Publicity. 

      Branding & Integrated Marketing Communication Strategy: The five promotion mix tools for communicating customer value. The changing communications landscape and the need for integrated marketing communications. Outline the communication process and the steps in developing effective marketing communications. The methods for setting the promotion budget and factors that affect the design of the promotion mix. 

      Direct, Online, social media, and Mobile Marketing: Direct and digital marketing and discuss their rapid growth and benefits to customers and companies. Identify and discuss the major forms of direct and digital marketing. How companies have responded to the internet and the digital age with various online marketing strategies. How companies use social media and mobile marketing to engage consumers and create brand community. Identify and discuss the traditional direct marketing forms and overview public policy and ethical issues presented by direct marketing. 

      Sustainable Marketing - Social Responsibility and EthicsDefinition of sustainable marketing and its importance. Identify the major social criticisms of marketing. Definition of consumerism and environmentalism and explain how they affect marketing strategies. The principles of sustainable marketing. The role of ethics in marketing. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):  
      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: Able to define and explain core marketing terms, concepts, and importance of marketing in value creation. 

      CLO2: Understand how the environment affects a firm’s marketing effort. 

      CLO3: Capable to explain and describe influences on consumer behaviour and the buyer’s decision process. 

      CLO4: Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of segmentation, targeting and positioning. 

      CLO5: Demonstrate an understanding of the marketing mix and how it is used. 

      CLO6: Analyze the components of the marketing mix and apply the components in making marketing decisions. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Textbooks 

      Other Learning Materials 

      1 

      Philip Kotler, Gary Armstrong, Marc Oliver Opresnik. Principles of Marketing, 17th Edition, Pearson. 

      Journals, Web Materials, You Tube Videos etc. 

      2 

      Dr. Tamgid Ahmed Chowdhury. “Principles of Marketing-Practices and Applications in Bangladesh” 

       

       

      Course Code: TEX-2211-0723 

      Course Title: Polymer Science and Engineering 

      Course Type: Theory          

      Pre-requisite: N/A      

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42           

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 2            

      Semester/Term: II  

      Rationale of the course 

      This course is designed with the objectives to provide the basic knowledge of polymer chemistry, polymerization methods, polymer’s macromolecular architecture, molecular weight of polymers, copolymerization, general structure, characteristics of polymers, properties of fiber forming polymers and their applications with the polymer science and engineering which will help the students how to process and produce the manmade fibers.  

      Course Contents: 

      Introduction: Define polymer, monomer, repeating unit, polymerization with example, Degree of polymerization, end group etc. Classify Polymers.  

      Polymerization: Definition and Classification of polymerization, Mechanism of Free radical, Ionic and Co-ordination polymerization, Kinetics of chain and step polymerization, Techniques of Polymerization. 

      Molecular Weight and molecular weight distribution: Number average Molecular Weight, Weight average Molecular weight and their measurements, Distribution of Molecular weight, molecular weight distribution/ polydispersity, Effect of molecular weight on polymer properties. 

      Glass Transition Temperature: Glass Transition Temperature (Tg), Melting temperature (Tm), Flow Temperature (Tf) etc. Factors influencing the glass transition temperature, Importance of glass transition temperature, Heat distortion temperature. 

      Crystallinity in polymer: Crystalline solid and their behavior towards X-rays, Degree of Crystallinity, Polymer Crystallization, Structural regularity and crystallinity, Crystallinity and their effect on different properties of polymers. 

      Polymer degradation: Definition and types of polymer degradation, Different causes of polymer degradation. 

      Properties, application and uses of Polymer:  Properties of polymer (Mechanical, Thermal, Chemical, Electrical, Degradability etc.) Uses of polymers in everyday life, Name of polymers and their specific uses.  Advantages disadvantages of polymers over other materials. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to: 

      CLO 1: understand the basic idea about polymer and how polymer is formed by polymerization reaction. 

      CLO 2: identify, analyze & calculate the molecular weight of Polymer with the effects of polymer properties. 

      CLO 3: Competent to find out the glass transition temperature, melting point of different fiber forming polymers. 

      CLO 4: identify the crystalline value of different polymers and reasons of polymer degradation. 

      CLO 5: Competent to find out the properties, advantages and disadvantages, end uses of polymeric materials in everyday life. 

      References: 

      SL. No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials  

      1 

      Polymer Science, By- V.R. Gowariker, N.V. Viswariker, Joyader Sreedhar. 

      Journals, Website and Youtube Videos. 

      2 

      Polymer Science Dictionary, By- Mark S.M. Alger 

       

      3 

      The Elements of Polymer Science & Engineering –Alfred Rudin 

       

      4 

      Apparel Fibres, By Dr. Engr. Md. Nazirul Islam. 

       

      5 

      Fred W. Billmeyer, Jr., “Text Book of Polymer Science”, Interdcience Publishers, 3rd edition, 2007. 

       

      6 

      Edmud H. Immergut and Bruno Vollmert, "Polymer Chemistry", Springer-Verlag, 1st Edition, 2011. 

       

      7 

      W.R Moore, " An Introduction to Polymer Chemistry", University of London Press, 1st edition, 1967. 

       

      Course Code: BUS-3101-0411 

      Course Title: Principles of Accounting 

      Course Type: Theory          

      Prerequisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100  

      Year/Level:  3                   

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the course:  
      Principles of Accounting course is included in syllabus so that the students can be skilled at the accounting equation, Conceptual framework of accounting, completing the process of accounting cycle, & Ethics in Accounting because if the students are not skilled of the above contents, they will not be able to understand calculations of business operations, to trace the loopholes of accounting procedural calculations and take decisions efficiently and independently. 

      Course Contents:  

      The Nature and Environment of Accounting: Definition, Need to Study Accounting, Employment Opportunities in Accounting, Accounting and Bookkeeping, Users of Accounting Information and their Decision, The Environment and The Development of Accounting Standards, Conceptual Framework Study, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Basic Environmental Assumptions and Principles, Standard Setting Body (FASB, IASB, IFRS and BAS etc.), Nature of Financial Statements, Accounting Equation, Ethics in Accounting. 

      The Double Entry Recording System: Accounting Cycle, Transactions- The Accounts, Chart of Accounts, Debit, Credit, Determine the Balance of an account, Normal Balance of an Account, The Journal- Journalizing, Special Journals, Posting, Cross Indexing, Compound Entries, The Ledger, and Preparation of Trial Balance. 

      Preparation of Worksheet: Basis of Accounting, Recording of Adjusting Entries. Correcting Entries, Closing Entries, Post Closing Trial balance, Reversing Entries, Worksheet for Preparing Financial Statements. 

      Financial Statements for Merchandise Operations: Merchandising Activities, Procedures for Accounting for Inventories, Preparing Financial Statements, Income Statement: Single Step, Multiple Step, Statement of Retained Earnings, Classified Balance Sheet, Usefulness of the Balance Sheet, and Limitations of Balance Sheet. 

      Special Journals: Definition, Classes of Special Journal, Effects of Special Journal on General Journal.   

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: Able to use the accounting equation to recognize the valid causes of the changes of equity in daily life of financial areas   

      CLO2: Able to use the conceptual framework of accounting to understand logical operations of financial activities 

      CLO3: Able to complete the processes of accounting cycle to prepare financial statements  

      CLO4: Able to analyze the procedure of business operations to investigate and analyze various business problems 

      CLO5: Able to understand and analyze the information communicated through the Financial Statements to take decisions independently 

      CLO6: Able to trace the loopholes of accounting procedural calculations based on ethics in accounting so that there will be no chance of being duped and false presentation. 

      References: 

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Accounting Principles by Kieso, D. E & Weygantt, E. I. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Videos etc. 

      2 

      Financial Accounting by Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel 

       

      3 

      Intermediate Accounting by Loren A, Nikolai et. Al 

       

      4 

      Accounting: A Business Perspective by Roger H. Harmenson et al 

       

      5 

      Fundamental Accounting Principles by John Wild & Ken W. Shaw & Barbara Chiappetta. 

       

        

      Course Code: TEX-3103-0723 

      Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-II 

      Course Type: Theory                        

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2105-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hour: 42                        

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3              

      Semester/Term: I 

       

      Rationale of the Course: The Textile engineering graduates need to study the production process of yarn manufacturing. This course is also about to study of various preparatory processes like comber, speed frame, Ring frame and jute drawing frame to produce combed sliver, roving, yarn, jute drawing sliver and production calculation.  

      Course Contents:  

      Short Staple: 

      Comber - Objects of the combing process.  Methods of comber lap preparation and importance of fibre arrangement, in card sliver.  Principle of comber, Cycle of operations.  Comber waste and waste control.  Main comber settings, effect of change of settings on sliver quality, waste quality and percentage extraction.  Methods of waste removal.  Drafting systems; sliver coiling system, production. 

      Speed frame - Objects of speed frame.  Detailed study of types of drafting systems, amount and distribution of draft.  Twisting and amounts of twist for different materials, use of false twist.  Winding and Bobbin Building, Drives to Bobbins, Bobbin’s rail and Spindles.  Object and action of cone drum drive and differential motion, alternative methods of bobbin drive.  Builder mechanism.  Setting, speeds and production. 

      Ring frame - Function of ring spinning process, description of main working parts.  Drafting systems, types of spindles, ring and travelers.  Yarn tensions and forces acting on the traveler.  Winding, building mechanism.  Settings, speeds and production.  End breaks. 

      Study of doubling and twisting machines, different systems of doubling.  Reeling, bundling, bailing.  Brief outline of modern spinning systems. 

      Long Staple: 

      Objects and functions of jute drawing.  Detailed study of jute drawing frames, drafting systems.  Suitable drafts and roller settings. 

      Objects and functions of flyer & other spinning machines, types of drafting systems.  Twisting and winding.  Bobbin building mechanisms.  Amount of twist necessary in jute yarns.  Brief outline of modern spinning Systems for Jute Yarns. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      Text Books 

      Reference Books 

      Online Materials   

        

      Fundamentals of Textile Engineering, Rezaul Karim, Faruq Hosen 

      1. A Practical guide to Combing and Drawing, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 
      2. The Technology of short staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 
      3. A Practical guide to Ring Spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 
      4. Rotor spinning and unconventional spinning system, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK.                  

        

        

        

        

        

      Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos 

      Course Code: TEX-3104-0723          
      Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-II Lab 

      Course Type: Lab          

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                    

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  
      This course is required for the textile graduates to function in the yarn manufacturing industry and yarn research & development purpose. It covers the study of various preparatory processes like comber, speed frame, Ring frame and jute drawing frame to produce combed sliver, roving, yarn, jute drawing sliver and production calculation.    

      Course Contents:  

      • Practical study of Comber,  
      • Practical study of Speed frame,  
      • Practical study of 
      • Practical study of Doubling,  
      • Practical study of Reeling machine of cotton spinning. 
      • Practical study of Drawing frame of jute spinning. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Demonstrate the process flow chart of long staple yarn manufacturing  

      CLO2  : Comprehend the mechanism of combing, speed frame and doubling and apply the knowledge to run blow room machineries.  

      CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of carding machine, draw frame of jute yarn processing in the industry. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      A Practical guide to Combing and Draing, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      The Technology of short staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

       

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge about knit fabric manufacturing and machines used in the knitting process required for the textile engineering students to function in the knitting industry.  

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction to knitting 

      Definition, Classification, differences between warp knitting and weft knitting. 

      Study on basic knitting elements 

      Needle, Types of needles, Sinker, Cam, Classification, Working principles, rib gating, interlock gating 

      Study of weft knitting machine 

      Fabric machine, Garment length machine. Stitches produced by varying the timing of the needle, loop intermeshing. 

      Straight bar frame; development, fully fashioned article, knitting action of straight bar and plain straight bar frame, rib to plain machines. 

      Double cylinder hosiery machine, close toe hosiery machine, knitting designs on circular half hose machine, fish net, stockings and panty hose production. 

      Course Code: TEX-3105-0723         
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-II 

      Course Type: Theory          

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2107-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                    

      Semester/Term: I

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge about knit fabric manufacturing and machines used in the knitting process required for the textile engineering students to function in the knitting industry.  

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction to knitting 

      Definition, Classification, differences between warp knitting and weft knitting. 

      Study on basic knitting elements 

      Needle, Types of needles, Sinker, Cam, Classification, Working principles, rib gating, interlock gating 

      Study of weft knitting machine 

      Fabric machine, Garment length machine. Stitches produced by varying the timing of the needle, loop intermeshing. 

      Straight bar frame; development, fully fashioned article, knitting action of straight bar and plain straight bar frame, rib to plain machines. 

      Double cylinder hosiery machine, close toe hosiery machine, knitting designs on circular half hose machine, fish net, stockings and panty hose production. 

      Basic warp knitting principles  

      Terminology mechanism and classes of warp knitting machinery, Tricot and Raschel machines, knitting cycle of bearded needle Tricot and single needle bar Raschel machines, compound needle warp needle machine, Crochet machine, warping, Tricot two full set guide bar machine and its product, Rules for lock knit, Tricot, sharkskin etc. fabric production. 

      Surface interest, relief and open work fabrics, Calculation related to weft and warp knitting. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Understand the action of knitting elements and the difference between weft and warp knitting parameters and mechanism. 

      CLO2  : Demonstrate the functions of circular and flatbed knitting machine used for warp knitting. 

      CLO3  : Apply knowledge of the weft and warp knitting in the knitting industry.  

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Fabric Manufacture: A Handbook, Transworld book services, Lodi Colony-1, 1003, New Delhi, India. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Knitting Technology, David Jopenser, Textile Institute, UK. 

       

      Course Code: TEX-3106-0723           
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-II Lab 

      Course Type: Lab          

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2108-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

       Year/Level: 3                    

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      It is necessary for the textile engineering students to study the knitted fabric manufacturing process, and the mechanisms of the machineries used in the knitting like circular knitting machine, flatbed knitting machine to function in the knitting industry.    

      Course Contents:  

      • Practical study of different mechanisms– feeding, drawing-off, winding and receiving, driving and stopping mechanisms.  
      • Operational technique of circular single jersey knitting machine.  
      • Operational technique of rib circular knitting machine. 
      • Operational technique of interlock circular knitting machine. 
      • Operational technique of flatbed knitting machine. 
      • Detection of fabric specification from given samples. 

        

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Function in the industry through better understanding of the mechanisms of feeding, drawing-off, winding and receiving, driving and stopping. 

      CLO2  : Detect fabric specification from given samples. 

      CLO3  : Gain knowledge of different mechanisms and operational technique of single jersey, rib, interlock, flatbed knitting machines.  

      CLO4  : Select and control process variables and the various settings used to produce knitted fabric of desired quality. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Fabric Manufacture: A Handbook, Transworld book services, Lodi Colony-1, 1003, New Delhi, India. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Knitting Technology, David Jopenser, Textile Institute, UK. 

       

      Course Code: TEX-3107-0723 

      Course Title: Wet Processing-II 

      Course Type: Theory         

       Pre-requisite: TEX-2109-0723 
      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42           

       Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3            

      Semester/Term: I  

      Rationale:  

      The Textile engineering graduates need to study the general concept of light, colorants and their constitution, classification and application to the textile materials. So, the main focus of this course is how to apply dyes, pigments and chemicals and what are the functions/mechanism of color or dyes and pigments with the textile materials. 

      Course Content:  

      Light wave & color:  

      Nature of light and its interaction with matters, light sources, absorption and scattering concept.  

      Color  

      Basic concept of color generation mechanism, Chromophore, Chromogen & Auxo-chrome, Colorants, Dyes & Pigments, Classification of dyes & pigments.  

      Properties and principle of color theory, observer, color matching functions and Instrument for measurement of color, computer match prediction of dyes, pigments, recipe calculation and CIE system, metamerism, color constancy, chromatic adaption & color rendering. 

      Color Chemistry: Detail’s chemistry of Direct, Basic, Acid, Vat & Natural dyes. Function, application and mechanism of chemicals used in each dye-fiber chemistry.  

      Dyeing  

      Types of shades, dozing system, addition, topping & stripping, chemicals & auxiliaries, liquor ratio with depth of shade & dyeing evenness, Machinery used for dyeing in different form, Study of winch, Jet, soft -flow, Jigger & padding m/c, Discontinuous, Continuous & Semi continuous processes. 

      Printing  

      Flow Chart of Printing, Constituents of printing paste, Thickener, methods of printing, Styles of Printing. 

      References: 

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      V.A.Shenai, “Introduction to chemistry of dyestuffs”, Sevak Publications, 1st edition, 1995. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      D.A. Broadbent, “Basic Principles of Colouration”, Society of Dyers and Colourists, 1st edition, 2001. 

       

      3 

      E.R. Trotman, “Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres”, Charles Griffins and Co. Ltd., 1st edition,1991. 

       

      4 

      M. Clark, “Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing”, Wood head Publishing Ltd., 1st edition, 2011. 

       

      5 

      L. W. C. Miles, “Textile Printing”, Dyers Company Publication Trust, 2nd edition, 2003. 

       

      6 

      Fundamentals and Practices in Coloration of Textiles, Edited by J N Chakraborty, J. N. Chakraborty. 

       

      7 

      Fundamentals and Practices in Coloration of Textiles (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles) 2nd Edition. 

       

      8 

       V. A. Shenai, “Technology of Printing”, Sevak Publications, 1st edition, 1990. 

       

      9 

      A. J. Hall, “Textile Finishing”, Haywood Books, London, 1st edition, 1996.  

       

      10 

      J.T.  Marsh, “An Introduction to Textile Finishing”, B.I.Publications, 1st edition, 1982. 

       

      Course Code: TEX-3108-0723 

      Course Code: Wet Processing-II Lab 

      Course Type: Lab         

       Pre-requisite: TEX-2110-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3            

      Semester/Term: I  

        

      Rationale of the course:  

      The main aim of this course is about to dye of different textile materials with Direct, Basic, Acid, Vat and Natural dyestuffs and also students can learn basic knowledge on printing methods with the preparation processes of printing thickener.  

      Course Content: 

      • Preparation of Stock solution of dyes, chemicals and auxiliaries for dyeing. 
      • Study on Recipe Calculation, Prediction and Color matching. 
      • Dyeing of Yarn/Fabric using Direct dyes and studying the influence of Temperature, Time and Electrolyte on dye adsorption and fastness properties.  
      • Dyeing of Jute Fiber/ Yarn/Fabric using Basic dyes and with aftertreatment process. 
      • Dyeing of wool Yarn/Fabric using Acid dyes and assessment of dye exhaustion % on dye bath.  
      • Dyeing of cotton Yarn/Fabric using Vat dyes with the effect of variation of dyeing parameters.   
      • Dyeing of different fiber/ Yarn/Fabric using Natural dyes and assessment of fastness properties of dyed material.  
      • Dyeing of Silk yarn / fabric with Acid dyes and direct dyes and assessment of fastness properties of dyed material.  
      • Preparation of thickeners and printing paste with dyes and pigments.  

      Course Code: TEX-3109-0723 

      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-II 

      Course Type: Theory                            

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2111-0723 

      Credits: 3                             

      Contact Hours: 42                      

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                                                  

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the course:  

      Students will able to learn Elements of sewing machine, Sewing machine feed mechanism, Seam properties, types and usages; Stitch properties, types and usages. Simple automatic machines, Principles of lock stitch and chain stitch formation. Fibre type and properties, constructions, finishes, sizing, packages, costs. problems of stitch formation, puckering, damages to the fabric along the stitch line. Basic concept, Raw material control, in process control, Final inspection, Duties and responsibilities of quality control officers. 

      Course Content: 

      Sewing Technology: Elements of sewing machine, Sewing machine feed mechanism, Seam properties, types and usages; Stitch properties, types and usages. 

      Sewing Machinery: Simple automatic machines, Principles of lock stitch and chain stitch formation. 

      Sewing Threads: Fibre type and properties, constructions, finishes, sizing, packages, costs.  

      Sewing problems and remedies: problems of stitch formation, puckering, damages to the fabric along the stitch line.  

      Work Aids: Objectives, types and applications.  

      Alternative Methods of Sewing: Fusing, requirements, fusing conditions, equipment, Methods, quality control in fusing. Welding, adhesives, Molding and their comparison. 

      Trimmings: Discussion on label and motifs, zippers, Buttons, lining, Hook & loop fastening, shoulder pad, lace braid & elastic, performance of trimmings. 

      Interlining: Definition, advantages, types, properties, methods of coating. 

      Pressing and finishing: Objects, types, methods, & International care labeling codes. 

      Folding & Packing: Types, methods, equipment, symbol and markings. 

      Quality control in Apparel manufacturing:  Basic concept, Raw material control, in process control, Final inspection, Duties and responsibilities of quality control officers 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):  

      At the end of the course, the student will be able to- 

      CLO1: understand the elements of sewing machine, Sewing machine feed mechanism, Seam properties, types and usages; Stitch properties, types and usages. 

      CLO2: Understand the Simple automatic machines, Principles of lock stitch and chain stitch formation. 

      CLO3: Problems of stitch formation, puckering, damages to the fabric along the stitch line.  

      CLO4: Fusing, requirements, fusing conditions, equipment, Methods, quality control in fusing. Welding, adhesives, Molding and their comparison. 

      CLO5: Basic concept, Raw material control, in process control, Final inspection, Duties and responsibilities of quality control officers. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

       

      3 

      The technology of clothing manufacture, Heroldcarr & Barbara Latham, BSP Professional books, London. 

        

       

      Course Code: TEX-3110-0723        
      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-II Lab 

      Course Type: Lab          

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level:  3                   

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is required for the textile graduates to produce different types of seams. Producing different types of stitches. Pattern making for basic trouser. Front part, Back part, Waist band pocket facing, fly piece and pocket bag of trouser, Pattern grading for trouser. Trouser making with industrial sewing machine. Study of thread path, main adjustment points of different industrial sewing machine and practice: Overlock sewing machine, Flat lock sewing machine. Bartack sewing machine, Blind stitch sewing machine, Button holing sewing machine, Button attaching sewing machine, feed off the Arm sewing machine etc. 

      Course Contents:  

      • Producing different types of seams.  
      • Producing different types of stitches.  
      • Pattern making for basic trouser.  
      • Front part, Back part 
      • Waist band pocket facing, fly piece and pocket bag of trouser. 
      • Pattern grading for trouser. 
      • Trouser making with industrial sewing machine.  
      • Study of thread path, main adjustment points of different industrial sewing machine and practice: Overlock sewing machine, Flat lock sewing machine. Bartack sewing machine, Blind stitch sewing machine, Button holing sewing machine, Button attaching sewing machine, feed off the Arm sewing machine. 
      • Practical study of the working Aids.  
      • Industrial Visit 

        

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Demonstrate the Producing different types of seams.  

      CLO2  : Producing different types of stitches.  

      CLO3  : Trouser making with industrial sewing machine.  

       

      Rationale of the Course:  

      The textile engineering graduates need to study the advanced and modern specialized textile product with their applications to gather knowledge about the specific areas of technical textiles depending on the product characteristics, functional requirements and end-use applications. 

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction to technical textile : Fiber for Technical Textile, Technical Textiles and its classification,  

      Smart fabrics : Details on Smart Fabrics, Classification, Application, Production process.  

      Military textile : Details on Military textiles, their intended uses, Properties, Production. 

      Technical Textiles and non-woven  

      Geo-textiles : Application, Classifications, production, characteristics. 

      Textile reinforced composites : Fibers used in composite, Application in building textiles, Characteristics etc. 

      Study on recent publication on technical textiles, Introduction of nano technology, application of nano-technology in textiles. Nano composites.  Different types of application of technical textiles. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Define, classify and explain the properties of the technical textile. 

      CLO2  : Identify and analyze the functioning and applications of textile material in filtration, geotextile, sports textile, protective wear, composites etc. 

      CLO3  : Research, design and develop the fabrics for technical textile application (filtration and nonwoven). 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      S.J. Russell, “Hand Book of Nonwovens”, Wood head publications Ltd., ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-603-0, 2007. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Wilhelm A, Hilmar F and Walter K, “Nonwoven Fabrics: Raw Materials, Manufacture, 

       

      Rationale of the course:  

      Statistics and probability deal with the study of collecting, analyzing and presenting data which is essential in taking decisions and making predictions. This course is designed to provide theoretical knowledge regarding data collection and presentation in different techniques, measures of central tendency, dispersion, correlation and regression, sampling, probability and its distributions.  

      Course Content: 

      Fundamentals of statistics:   Definitions of statistics - past and present, Its nature and characteristics, Meaning, Scope and classification of statistics, Its relation with other disciplines, Limitations, Uses, Misuses and abuse of statistics; Sources and types of statistical data, etc. 

      Data Collection: Sampling and Related Issues: Sampling, probability and non-probability sampling, simple random sampling, stratified sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, sampling error, non-sampling error, questionnaire etc. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

       

      3 

      The technology of clothing manufacture, Heroldcarr & Barbara Latham, BSP Professional books, London. 

        

       

      Course Code: TEX-3201-0723        
      Course Title: Technical Textiles 

      Course Type: Theory          

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                    

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      The textile engineering graduates need to study the advanced and modern specialized textile product with their applications to gather knowledge about the specific areas of technical textiles depending on the product characteristics, functional requirements and end-use applications. 

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction to technical textile : Fiber for Technical Textile, Technical Textiles and its classification,  

      Smart fabrics : Details on Smart Fabrics, Classification, Application, Production process.  

      Military textile : Details on Military textiles, their intended uses, Properties, Production. 

      Technical Textiles and non-woven  

      Geo-textiles : Application, Classifications, production, characteristics. 

      Textile reinforced composites : Fibers used in composite, Application in building textiles, Characteristics etc. 

      Study on recent publication on technical textiles, Introduction of nano technology, application of nano-technology in textiles. Nano composites.  Different types of application of technical textiles. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Define, classify and explain the properties of the technical textile. 

      CLO2  : Identify and analyze the functioning and applications of textile material in filtration, geotextile, sports textile, protective wear, composites etc. 

      CLO3  : Research, design and develop the fabrics for technical textile application (filtration and nonwoven). 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      S.J. Russell, “Hand Book of Nonwovens”, Wood head publications Ltd., ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-603-0, 2007. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Wilhelm A, Hilmar F and Walter K, “Nonwoven Fabrics: Raw Materials, Manufacture, 

       

      Course Code: MATH-3203-0542 

      Course Title: Statistics 

      Course Type: Theory                

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3           

      Contact Hours: 42               

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                        

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the course:  

      Statistics and probability deal with the study of collecting, analyzing and presenting data which is essential in taking decisions and making predictions. This course is designed to provide theoretical knowledge regarding data collection and presentation in different techniques, measures of central tendency, dispersion, correlation and regression, sampling, probability and its distributions.  

      Course Content: 

      Fundamentals of statistics:   Definitions of statistics - past and present, Its nature and characteristics, Meaning, Scope and classification of statistics, Its relation with other disciplines, Limitations, Uses, Misuses and abuse of statistics; Sources and types of statistical data, etc. 

      Data Collection: Sampling and Related Issues: Sampling, probability and non-probability sampling, simple random sampling, stratified sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, sampling error, non-sampling error, questionnaire etc. 

      Organization and Presentation of Data: Construction of frequency distribution, graphical methods on presentation of data using bar plot, pie chart, histogram, frequency polygon, ogive, stem and leaf plot, box and whisker plot, five number summaries, detection of outliers. 

      Statistical measurements:  Measures of Central Tendency, Measure of dispersion and their applications. 

      Correlation and Regression: introduction, correlation, computation of simple co-efficient of correlation, proof of variation of correlation, Scatter diagram, regression, regression lines, simple co-efficient of regression, multiple and partial correlation. 

      Basic Concept of Probability: concepts of Probability, Sample space, Events, Laws of probability, Conditional probability; Baye’s theorem and its application, Random variables. Discrete and continuous random variables, Probability mass function, Probability density function. 

      Probability distribution: Distribution function. Joint distribution, Marginal and Conditional distributions, Independence of random variables. Mathematical expectations Chebyshev’s inequality, Discrete and Uniform distribution, Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, Negative Binomial distribution, Geometric distribution, Hypergeometric distribution, Continuous Uniform distribution, Exponential distribution, Normal distribution, Beta distribution, Gamma distribution, The Central Limit Theorem. Infinite Sequences of Random Variables the Gambler’s Ruin Problem. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):  

      At the end of the course, the student will be able to- 

      CLO1: understand the background, scopes and basic properties of statistics and probability.  

      CLO2: analyze data, data collection, interpreting, and presenting and its probability how likely will happen. 

      CLO3: calculate and interpret statistical measurements, and probability of any given event from given data.  

      CLO4: use statistical knowledge and probability distribution in different practical situations frequently encountered in society, industry, commerce, trade, science and technology, etc. 

      CLO5: develop statistical model and software for data analysis. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

       

      1 

      Mian M. A .and Mian M. A, Introduction to Statistics, 4th ed, Universal Press, Dhaka 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

       

      2 

      Islam M. N. 2006. An Introduction to Statistics and Probability, Book World, Dhaka. 

       

       

      3 

      Mood, Graybill & Boes, Introduction to the theory of Statistics, 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill. 

       

       

      4 

      Hogg, R.V. & Craig, A.T. An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, Mcm.-Colliern, N. Y 

       

       

      5 

      Sheldon M. Ross, 2007, Introduction to Probability Models, Elsevier, 9th Edition. N.Y. 

       

       

      6 

      M.K. Roy, 2019, Fundamentals of Probability & Probability Distribution, Romax Pub.s BD 

       

       

       

       

        

       

      Course CodeTEX- 3205-0723 

      Course Title: Textile Quality Assurance-II 

      Course Type: Theory            

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2207-0723 

      Credit: 3                          

      Contact Hours: 42 hours                 

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                     

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the course: Textile Quality Assurance - II is a fundamental compulsory course for Textile Testing covering physical & mechanical properties of yarns and fabrics.  Textile Testing is the application of Engineering knowledge & science for the measurement of properties & characteristics of the condition affecting yarn, fabric and garments also. It involves the use of techniques, tools, instruments & machines in the laboratory for the evaluation of the properties of the different forms of textile. Alongside this course will give the students proper knowledge about quality control attributes of yarns and fabrics.  

      Course Content: 

      Yarn Testing: Measurement of linear density of lap, sliver, roving & yarn. Different methods of numbering yarn. Interrelationship among different yarn numbering systems.  

      Twist in yarn: Definition of twist, different types of twist, measurement of twist. Effect of twist on yarn properties.  

      Yarn Strength: Measurement of tensile strength of yarn; single thread, skein or lea strength and ballistic test; comparison of results, CRT, CRE, and CRL machines and methods of loading.  Measurement of irregularity, Yarn hairiness and imperfections. Use of spectrogram for analysis of periodic, Comparison of results with Uster statistics. Procedure for correction and implementation of result.  

      Fabric Testing: Fabric dimensions (measurement of length, width, thickness; ends and picks per unit length in woven fabric; courses and wales per unit length in knitted fabric.) Crimp of yarn in woven and knitted fabric.  

      Methods of measurement for tensile, tearing, ballistic and bursting tests. Relationship of fiber, yarn and fabric strength. Measurement of fabric stiffness and its relation to handle and drape. Measurement of air, water permeability/retention, water pressure; crease recovery. Serviceability, wear and abrasion tests, pilling of fabrics. Flame retardant/flame resistance tests. Measurement of fastness to light, washing and rubbing. Estimation of damage to materials caused by physical & chemical treatments viz. Singeing scouring, bleaching, Determination of size.  

      Carpet testing: - Carpet thickness, compression and durability. Identification of fibers. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: Ensure the quality assurance of yarn and fabric and will learn the relationship among fiber, yarn and fabric. 

      CLO2: Students will be able to learn the importance and testing procedure of yarn count, twist and yarn strength 

      CLO3: Calculate different yarn dimensional parameter like- yarn twist, count, strength, neps.  

      CLO4: Learn the importance and effects of fabric properties like fabric strength, stiffness, handle, drape. air and water permeability/retention, water pressure; crease recovery, Serviceability, wear and abrasion resistance pilling of fabrics, Flame retardant/flame resistance tests, color fastness, carpet testing and identification of fibers. 

      CLO5: Learn ethical aspect of quality assurance and capture the technical capability of Textile Testing done in industries. 

      Teaching materials 

       

      Text book 

      Learning Materials 

      1.  A Practical Guide to Textile Testing by K. Amutha 

        

      Journals, Websites & You tube tutorials 

      2. Handbook of Textile Testing and Quality Control by Elliot Brown Grover, Dame Scott Hamby 

       

      3.  Physical Testing of Textiles by B P Saville; The Textile Institute, Woodhead Publishing limited 

       

      4. Physical Testing and Quality Control, Slater K., Textile Institute, UK. 

        

       

      Course Code: TEX- 3206-0723 

      Course Title: Textile Quality Assurance-II Lab 

      Course Type: Lab             

      Pre-requisite: TEX-2208-0723 

      Credit: 1                    

      Contact Hours: 60 hours                 

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                       

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the course:  

      Textile Quality Assurance - II Lab is a practical course that offers the engineering students to do experiments for testing physical & mechanical properties of different yarns and fabrics. It involves the use of techniques, tools, instruments & machines in the laboratory for the evaluation of the properties of the different forms of textile. Alongside this course provides the students with an opportunity to learn how yarn and fabric tests are done at laboratories and R&D of textile industry.  

      Course Content:  

      Determination of -   

      • Single yarn strength by single strength tester  
      • Lea strength and C.S.P. of yarn  
      • Irregularity of sliver, roving and yarn  
      • Imperfection’s analysis of spectrogram.  
      • Determination of (i) Woven and Knitted fabric dimensions (ii) Fabric weight/unit area & (iii) Cloth thickness  
      • Size percentage in fabric & Porosity of fabric  
      • Fabric strength (tensile, tearing, ballistic and bursting)  
      • abrasion resistance of fabric  
      • Fabric crease recovery  
      • Water repellency & water absorption,  
      • Carpet testing,  
      • Identification of fibers from a given sample (single or blended). 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: Learn fundamental yarn and fabric tests and practice team work by doing different experiments 

      CLO2: Determine (i) Single yarn strength by single strength tester (ii) Lea strength and C.S.P. of yarn (iii) Irregularity of sliver, roving and yarn (iv) Imperfection’s analysis of spectrogram. 

      CLO3: Determine (i) Woven and Knitted fabric dimensions (ii) Fabric weight/unit area (iii) Cloth thickness (iv) Size percentage in fabric (v) Porosity of fabric(vi) Fabric strength (tensile, tearing, ballistic and bursting) (vii) abrasion resistance of fabric (viii) Fabric crease recovery (ix) Water repellency, water absorption and Carpet testing and also can identify fibers from a given sample (single or blended). 

      CLO4: Students will be able to ensure quality and ethical aspects of different kinds of Textile Testing. 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Protecting our environment is a key pillar of sustainable development. Textile & apparel industry is considered as a major contributor of pollution since long for its long and complicated supply chain. So, a graduate from Textile Engineering must have sufficient knowledge about the environmental concerns at different units of textile & apparel processing. This course is designed to develop competency of graduates on the basic sources, causes and solutions of different types of pollution that is associated with textile and apparel manufacturing units.   

      Course Contents:  

      The world we live in today 

      The world we live in today, the ecological perspective; Major challenges of present world, Events and effects that are happening around us. 

      Biodiversity & Ecosystem 

      Biodiversity, Types of Biodiversity, Ecosystem & ecosystem services, Importance of Biodiversity, how to protect biodiversity. 
      Climate Change & Global Warming 

      Global Warming and Green House Effect, Reasons behind global warming, Effects of Global Warming. 
      Air Pollution  

      Air pollution, Different forms of air pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industrial air pollution. 

      Water Pollution  

      Water pollution, Different forms of water pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industrial water pollution. Effluent Treatment Plant and its functions. 

      Sound Pollution  

      Sound pollution, Different forms of sound pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industrial sound pollution. 

      Soil Contamination  

      Soil contamination, Different forms of soil contamination, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industry-based soil contamination. 

      Light Pollution 

      Light pollution, Different forms of visual pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industrial light pollution. 

      Thermal Pollution 

      Thermal pollution, Different types of thermal pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for industry specific pollution. 

      Radioactive Pollution 

      Radioactive pollution, Different kinds of radioactivity and resultant pollution, Common sources, Effects and Solutions for nuclear pollutions. 

      Green Production 

      Impacts of RMG production process on Nature, Green production co

      ncept and process, Ways to minimize the negative effects of Textile supply chain. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Apply the knowledge of environment pollution and control in the Production units of any Textile and Apparel manufacturing entity. 

      CLO2  : Make decisions to resolve environmental sustainability concerns in the manufacturing units.  

      CLO3  : Comply with international regulations and stakeholders’ expectations to maintain environmental standards by adapting proper controlling mechanisms in the supply chain. 

      CLO4  : Have the ability to enhance managerial and technical skills that would be useful for any kind of manufacturing entity. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Environmental Pollution and Control by J. Jeffrey Peirce, P Aarne Vesilind, Ruth Weiner 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Environmental Pollution and Control by Prof. P. R. Trivedi 

       

      3 

      Living in the Environment: Principles, Connections, and Solutions By G. Tyler Miller, Scott Spoolman 

       

      4 

      Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet, 9th Edition Daniel B. Botkin Wiley 

       

      5 

      Environmental Pollution Control Engineering by C. S. Rao 

       

      Course Code: TEX-3209-0723 

      Course Code: Textile and Apparel Merchandising  

      Course Type: Theory                    

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3                           

      Contact Hours: 42                    

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 3                       

      Semester/Term: II 

      Rationale of the course: This course is required for the textile graduates to learn international apparel business pattern, basic business concepts in Indian apparel export house, business operations in China and other south Asian countries. Business patterns for Indian apparel retail and home textiles and study on defining marketing, marketing mix the objectives of marketing department, market research, concepts of merchandising, concepts and apparel product lines, dimensions of product change, understanding the basics of sourcing, sourcing strategy and best sourcing practice in apparel and textile businesses, government policies a guide lines for apparel export and domestic trade, tax structures and government incentives in apparel trade. 

      Course Content: 

      Introduction to Apparel Business: International apparel business pattern, basic business concepts in Indian apparel export house, business operations in China and other south Asian countries. Business patterns for Indian apparel retail and home textiles. Understanding from concept board to finished product and its sequence.  

      Marketing For Apparel and Textile Products: Marketing strategies with respect to a product/brand, Indian apparel houses international marketing strategies and domestic marketing strategies, marketing models, B to B marketing, B to C marketing, direct marketing, digital marketing.  

      Merchandising: Concepts of merchandising, concepts and apparel product lines, dimensions of product change, determination and development of product line and product range. Creative and technical design in Apparel and accessories, new product development and seasons of sale, costing, consumption, coordination and communication with the production house and export house  

      Sourcing: Understanding the basics of sourcing, sourcing strategy and best sourcing practice in apparel and textile businesses, supply chain and demand chain understanding, sourcing negotiations, global coordination in sourcing, materials management and quality in sourcing, quick response and supplier partnership in sourcing, JIT technology.  

      Export Documentation and Policies: Government policies a guide lines for apparel export and domestic trade, tax structures and government incentives in apparel trade. Export documents and its purposes, banking activities, Letter of credit, logistics and shipping, foreign exchange regulation, export risk management and insurance. Export finance, Special economic zones.    

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to-  

      CLO1 

      Understand the international apparel business pattern. 

      CLO2 

      Understand the objectives of marketing department, market research. 

      CLO3 

      Analysis the concepts of merchandising, concepts and apparel product lines, dimensions of product change, determination and development of product line and product range. 

        

      CLO4 

      Apply the government policies a guide lines for apparel export and domestic trade, tax structures and government incentives in apparel trade. 

       

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Garment Dyeing: Ready to wear fashion, Textile Institute, Mancheter. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

       

      3 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

        

       

      Course Code: YM-4101-0723 

      Course Code: Yarn Manufacturing-III 

      Course Type: Elective (Theory)                  Pre-requisite: TEX-3103-0723 

      Credits: 3              Contact Hour: 42                       Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4             Semester/Term: I 

        

      Rationale of the Course:  

      The Textile engineering graduates need to study the production process of Assessment, Calculation and Control of Mixing cost and Quality, study of modern trends and development in a Ring Spinning Mill from blow-room to baling. Automation in all Sector of spinning industry for creeling, doffing, piecing, cleaning, materials handling and linking of machines, data processing, relationship of automation with quality and productivity and its relevance in the Bangladesh Textile industries. This course is also about to study of Waste control at all stages of manufacture and modern trends and developments of batching, softening, carding, drawing, drafting systems and flyer spinning, processing parameters of different qualities and counts of jute yarns, yarns faults, causes of end breakages, waste recovery, dust extraction, utilization of waste, Evaluation of properties and characteristics of jute yarns. 

      Course Contents:  

      Short Staple: 

      Assessment, Calculation and Control of Mixing cost and Quality, study of modern trends and development in a Ring Spinning Mill from blow-room to baling. Automation in all Sector of spinning industry for creeling, doffing, piecing, cleaning, materials handling and linking of machines, data processing, relationship of automation with quality and productivity and its relevance in the Bangladesh Textile industries. Processing parameters such as Hanks, Speeds, Settings, waste, cleaning efficiency, nep count, production and CV% for count at all stages of processing, settings of suitable values for the material processed and machine condition. 

      Waste control at all stages of manufacture, centralized waste collection, Dust filtration bags and setting chambers, theoretical consideration of fiber disentanglement during carding and formation of fiber hooked ends, reduction of fiber hooks during drafting. 

      Theory of ring spinning and ballooning, causes of end breaks, evaluation of properties and characteristics of spun yarns, processing of soft waste, hard waste and rags into condenser spin yarn, comparison of methods of spinning waste yarns. 

      Long Staple (Jute) 

      Study of modern trends and developments of batching, softening, carding, drawing, drafting systems and flyer spinning, processing parameters of different qualities and counts of jute yarns, yarns faults, causes of end breakages, waste recovery, dust extraction, utilization of waste, Evaluation of properties and characteristics of jute yarns. 

       References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      Text Books 

      Reference Books 

      Online Materials   

        

      Fundamentals of Textile Engineering, Rezaul Karim, Faruq Hosen 

      1. Worsted Spinning, Henshaw, D. E., Textile Institute, UK. 
      2. Advance Fibre Spinning Technology, Nakajima, T., Woodhead 1994, Japan. 
      3. Waste Silk Spinning, Rayner, UK. 
      4. Woolen Spinning, Vickerman, USA. 

        

        

        

        

      Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos 

      Course Code: TEX-4102-0723           
      Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-III Lab 

      Course Type: Elective (Lab)    

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3104-0723 

      Credits: 1             

      Contact Hours: 60          

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                  

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      The textile engineering graduates need to study advanced yarn manufacturing technology, quality standards of the yarns, how to produce special textile product with special yarns and use of machines like twisting machine, twister etc. This is required for research & development and innovations of new technologies. 

      Course Contents:  

      • Practical processing of different counts of cotton & jute yarns. 
      • Study on producing texture filament and fancy yarn. 
      • Study on twist setting 
      • Study on modern spinning machine 
      • Analysis of lap and properties. 
      • Analysis sliver and properties. 
      • Analysis roving and properties. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Apply the knowledge about the methods of producing texture filament and fancy yarn and twist setting in the industry and research & development sector.  

      CLO2  : Comprehend the effect of process variables on characteristics of textured yams of twines and ropes. 

      CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of modern spinning machine, like friction (DREF-II) Spinning Frame in practical setting. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Worsted Spinning, Henshaw, D. E., Textile Institute, UK. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Advance Fibre Spinning Technology, Nakajima, T., Woodhead 1994, Japan. 

       

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Studying the advanced weaving techniques, mechanism and machineries used in the process as well as their efficiency calculation. This course covers advanced weaving mechanism such as Jacquard weaving, Projectile loom, Rapier loom. This course is offered to communicate advanced weaving process, tools and techniques to the textile engineering students. 

      Course Contents:  

      Jacquard Weaving 

      D.L.S.C. & D.L.D.C. Open shed, Centre shed fine pitch & cross border Jacquard shedding mechanisms, Systems of harness mounting, Methods of increasing the figuring capacity of Jacquard, casting out, Card cutting & lacing, Jacquard calculations. 

      Shirley picking & take-up mechanism, Differences between conventional & un­conventional looms. 

      Development of shuttle less looms  

      Limitation of shuttle looms, Classification of shuttle less 

      Looms. Yarn preparation &pre-requisites for shuttle less weaving. Techno economics of 

      Course Code: FM-4101-0723          
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-III 

      Course Type: Elective         

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3105-0723 

      Credits: 3             

      Contact Hours: 42         

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                  

      Semester/Term: I 

      shuttleless weaving. Principles of positive shedding, Selvedge and salient features shuttle less 

      loom. Different types of accumulators and its important. 

      Projectile Loom  

      Working elements and weft insertion cycle in projectile loom-Torsion bar 

      picking mechanism-Weft selection device-Salient features of projectile loom, Weft insertion rate 

      and production calculation. 

      Rapier Loom 

      Classification of rapier loom: Flexible, Rigid Rapiers-Principles of tip and loop 

      transfer- Weft insertion cycle-Rapier Drives-Salient features. Zero velocity and non-zero velocity 

      tip transfer. Weft insertion rate and production calculation. 

      Factors controlling loom efficiency & means of increasing loom efficiency, various selvedges & calculation of weft waste percent. Fabric faults and their remedies, Standard commercial fabrics (Jute / Cotton / Synthetic), Fabric properties and comfortable clothing, Factors to be considered in choosing a fabric for particular end use condition. Current issues in weaving. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Comprehend the operating principles of modern Weaving looms.  

      CLO2  : Have the skills to use different types of shuttle less looms effectively. 

      CLO3  : Make further developments in the mechanism and improvements in the process.   

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Weaving-Reference books of Textile Technologies-   By Giovanni Castelli Salvatore Maietta Giuseppe Sigrisi Ivo Matteo Slaviero 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Handbook of Weaving - By S. Adanur 

        

      Course Code: FM-4102-0723          
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-III Lab 

      Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3106-0723 

       Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Introducing the students to the advanced techniques of weaving machines like jacquard, projectile, jet weaving and how to produce the different types of fabric is the aim of this course. This course is offered to communicate practical aspects of advanced weaving process, tools and techniques to the textile engineering students. 

      Course Contents:  

      • Study on jacquard shedding mechanism 
      • Detailed study of projectile weaving machines 
      • Rapier weaving machines 
      • Jet weaving machines 
      • Multiphase weaving machines 
      • Calculation of the production rate, efficiency and speed of different weaving machines 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Comprehend the operating principles of modern Weaving looms (jacquard, projectile, Rip, jet).  

      CLO2  : Calculate the production rate, efficiency and speed of different weaving machine. 

      CLO3  : Select and control process variables and the various settings of advanced looms. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Weaving-Reference books of Textile Technologies-   By Giovanni Castelli Salvatore Maietta Giuseppe Sigrisi Ivo Matteo Slaviero 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Handbook of Weaving - By S. Adanur 

       

      Course Code: TEX-4101-0723 

      Course Title: Wet Processing-III 

      Course Type: Elective       

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3107-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                 

      Semester/Term: I  

      Rationale of the course:  

      The Textile engineering graduates need to study the general concept to dye or color of different textile materials with Sulphur, Azoic, Reactive and Disperse dyestuffs and screen preparation and printing of textile fabrics with Direct, Basic, Acid, Vat, Sulphur, Azoic, Reactive and Disperse dyes and pigment. 

      Course Content:  

      Physical Chemistry of dyeing 

      Dye aggregation, interaction of dyes and fibers. Physical mechanism of dyeing, Dyeing kinetics (Diffusion, Pore Model, Free Volume). Dyeing isotherm, Affinity, Standard Chemical Potential difference. 

      Color Chemistry 

      Details study on Reactive, Disperse, Azoic, Sulphur dyes, pigments and Specific function and mechanism of chemicals used in each dye- fibre chemistry. 

      Dyeing 

      Dyeing processes with Reactive, Disperse, Azoic & Sulphur dye, Garments dyeing & washing, Faults in dyeing & their remedies.  

        

      Printing 

      Printing processes with Reactive, Disperse, Azoic & Sulphur dye, Faults in Printing & their remedies. Special Printing methods (Transfer printing, Inkjet printing, Flock printing, Burn out printing). 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Physico-chemical Aspects of Textile Coloration by Stephen M. Burkinshaw 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres by E.R Trotman 

       

      3 

      Colour Measurement: Principles, Advances and Industrial Applications Edited by M. L. Gulrajani 

       

      4 

      Digital Printing of Textiles Edited by H. Ujiie 

       

      5 

      Dyes and Dyeing, Pellew, USA. 

       

      6 

      Silk Dyeing Printing & Finishing, Hurst, UK. 

       

      7 

      Textile Color Mixing by Paterson, USA. 

       

      8 

      Color in image Processing Handbook, Lodi Colony-1, 1003, New Delhi, India. 

        

      Course Code: TEX-4102-0723 

      Course Title: Wet Processing-III Lab 

      Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3108-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4            

      Semester/Term: I  

      Rationale of the course:  

      The major focus of this course is about study to dye of different textile materials with Reactive, Disperse, Azoic, Sulphur dyes, pigments with their functional mechanism and also printing of textile materials by special printing methods.  

      Course Content: 

      • Dyeing of Cotton yarns/ fabrics using hot brand reactive dye and assessment of dye exhaustion % on dye bath and fastness properties. 
      • Dyeing of cotton yarn/fabric using cold brand reactive dyes and assessment of dye exhaustion % on dye bath and fastness properties.  
      • Dyeing of Jute Yarn/fabric with Reactive dyes. 
      • Dyeing of Polyamide yarn/fabric with hydrolysis Reactive dyes. 
      • Dyeing of Polyester fibers/yarn/fabrics with Disperse Dye using carrier dyeing process.  
      • Dyeing of Polyester fibers/yarn/fabrics with Disperse Dye using HT-HP dyeing process.  
      • Dyeing of Cotton/Polyester blended fabrics in Same bath process. 
      • Dyeing of Cotton yarn/fabric with Sulphur dye.  
      • Dyeing of Cotton yarn/ fabric with Azoic dye.  
      • Printing of Cotton fabric with Reactive dyes by special printing methods. 
      • Printing of Polyester fabrics with Disperse dye by special printing methods. 

      Course Code: AM-4101-0723 

      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-III 

       Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3109-0723 

      Credits: 3                             

      Contact Hours: 42                      

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                                

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the course: This course is required for the textile graduates to learn concept of washing, requirements of washing, different types of washes- caustic wash, bleach wash, pigment wash, enzyme wash, stone wash, acid wash, super white wash., and normal wash. sand blasting, whiskering, hand scrapping, laser whiskering, 3d, wrinkles, tagging, pp spray. concept of printing, various styles, methods, applicationsystems of apparel costing, determination of chemical consumption. 

      Course Content: 

      Apparel washing: concept of washing, requirements of washing, different types of washes- 

      Wet process-caustic wash, bleach wash, pigment wash, enzyme wash, stone wash, acid wash, super white wash., and normal wash. 

      Dry process- sand blasting, whiskering, hand scrapping, laser whiskering, 3d, wrinkles, tagging, pp spray. 

      Apparel dyeing: concept of swatch making and apparel dyeing, theory of apparel dyeing, advantages of apparel dyeing, apparel dyeing with reactive and other dyes. problems associated with apparel dyeing. 

      Apparel printing: concept of printing, various styles, methods, application. 

      Apparel inspection and quality control: raw material and finished apparel inspection, in-process inspection, final inspection, product quality audit, comparability test. 

      Apparel wash costing: systems of apparel costing, determination of chemical consumption. 

        

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to- 

      CLO1 

      Understand the concept of washing, requirements of washing, different types of washes- caustic wash, bleach wash, pigment wash, enzyme wash, stone wash, acid wash, super white wash. 

      CLO2 

      Apply the process of sand blasting, whiskering, hand scrapping, laser whiskering, 3d, wrinkles, tagging, pp spray. 

        

      CLO3 

      Apply the concept of printing, various styles, methods, application. 

        

      CLO4 

      Calculate the systems of apparel costing, determination of chemical consumption. 

        

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Protective Clothing, Bajaj, P., Sengupta, A.K., Textile Institute, Manchester. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Garment Wet Processing, AATTCC/SDC, USA/UK. 

       

      3 

      Quick Response in Apparel manufacturing, Hunter, N. A., Textile Institute. 

        

       

      Course Code: AM-4102-0723       
      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-III Lab 

      Course Type: Elective      

      Pre-requisite: TEX-3110-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

       Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is required for the textile graduates to Study on Swatch Making and Reproduction of Swatch, Different Types of Apparel Wet process, Different Types of Apparel Dry process, Different Types of Apparel Dyeing, Industrial Visits.  

      Course Contents:  

      • Practical Study on Swatch Making and Reproduction of Swatch 
      • Different Types of Apparel Wet process, Different Types of Apparel Dry process 
      • Different Types of Apparel Dyeing, Industrial Visits. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Understand the swatch making and reproduction of swatch. 

      CLO2  : Identify the different types of apparel dry and wet process. 

      CLO3  : Understand the different types of apparel dyeing. 

      Course Code: YM-4103-0723 

      Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-IV 

      Course Type: Elective (Theory)                   

      Pre-requisite: YM-4101-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hour: 42                        

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4              

      Semester/Term: I 

      Course Contents:  

      Short Staple: 

      Detailed study of processing chemical staple fibres, viz. Viscose Rayon, Polyester, Acrylic an

      d their blends with cotton-on-cotton processing machines, Changes in machine speeds, settings and productions, Properties of blended yarns, Analysis of blends, Effects of length, fineness, and surface characteristics of fibres on yarn properties. 

      In depth study of rotor spinning and other modern short staple spinning methods. Comparison of different methods, yarn quality, productions and economics with ring spinning. 

       Long staple: 

      Manufacture of jute blended yarns using different spinning systems. Properties and end-uses of blended yarns. 

      Detailed study of modern long staple spinning systems such as Repco, Spin-grad, Wrap Spun, Core spun and Twist less spinning. 

      References:  

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      Text Books 

      Reference Books 

      Online Materials   

        

      Fundamentals of Textile Engineering, Rezaul Karim, Faruq Hosen 

      1. Worsted Spinning, Henshaw, D. E., Textile Institute, UK. 
      2. Advance Fibre Spinning Technology, Nakajima, T., Woodhead 1994, Japan. 
      3. Waste Silk Spinning, Rayner, UK. 
      4. Woolen Spinning, Vickerman, USA. 

        

        

        

        

      Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos  

      Course Code: YM-4104-0723          
      Course Title: Yarn Manufacturing-IV Lab 

       Course Type: Elective         

      Pre-requisite: YM-4102-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is required for the textile graduates to function in the yarn manufacturing industry and yarn research & development purpose. It covers the study of advanced yarn manufacturing machineries, how to produce Man-made staple fiber and their blends. 

      Course Contents:  

      • Processing of Man-made staple fiber. 
      • Processing of Man-made blended fibers.  
      • Detailed study of Rotor spinning machine. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Apply the knowledge about the methods of producing Man-made staple fiber for future research & development.  

      CLO2  : Comprehend the effect of blended manmade fiber in. 

      CLO3  : Apply the knowledge of modern spinning machine, like friction (DREF-II) Spinning Frame in practical setting. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      A Practical guide to Combing and Draing, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      The Technology of long staple spinning, Kelvin, W, Textile Institute, UK. 

        

       

      Course Code: FM-4103-0723          
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-IV 

      Course Type: Elective                         

      Pre-requisite: FM-4101-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: I 

        

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course targets the study on the techniques and mechanism of advanced knitting like crochet knitting, loop wheel frame. It also introduces the students to the nonwoven fabric production techniques such as needle punching, thermal bonding, chemical bonding. This course is offered to communicate advanced weft and warp knitting process, tools and techniques to the textile engineering students. 

      Course Contents:  

      Aspects of Knitting Science  

      Loop shape and loop length control, yarn let-off, weft knitted fabric relaxation, knitted fabric geometry, Tightness factor, and robbing back. 

      Crochet Warp Knitting Machine 

      Feature, Knitting action, End-use etc. Multiple guide bar warp knitting machines: Feature, Knitting action and their products. 

      Specialty Weft Knitted Fabrics and Machines  

      Loop wheel frame, production of fleecy on sinker top m/c, Fleecy interlock, sinker wheel m/c, plush in sinker top latch needle m/c sliver or high pile knitting. Knitted fabric faults: Causes and their remedies. 

      Introduction to non-woven technology  

      Types of fibers used, Methods of web preparation, Orientation of fibers in the web: Cross laid, parallel laid, Random laid, perpendicular laid web (struto technology) 

      Methods of bonding of web  

      Needle Punching, Chemical Bonding, Thermal bonding, Spun laid technology. Stitch bonding and tufting. Spun bonding and melt blowing method of nonwoven production, Ultrasonic and infrared bonding, Structure, properties and application of nonwoven fabrics. 

      Manufacturing of Nano Fabric by Electro spinning method. 

      Non-woven fabric properties influencing factors. Effects of process and machine variables on properties of nonwoven.  

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Use different types of modern knitting machines and methods. 

      CLO2  : Have technical understanding on the advanced technology behind the crochet warp knitting machine to identify the gaps for innovations. 

      CLO3  : Demonstrate the types of different techniques of nonwoven fabric production. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      S.J.Russell, “Hand Book of Nonwovens”, Wood head publications Ltd., ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-603-0, 2007. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Wilhelm A, Hilmar F and Walter K, “Nonwoven Fabrics: Raw Materials, Manufacture 

       

       

      Course Code: FM-4104-0723          
      Course Title: Fabric Manufacturing-IV Lab 

      Course Type: Elective                      

      Pre-requisite: FM-4102-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                   

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Introducing the students to the advanced techniques of knitting machines and production of nonwoven fabrics is necessary for the students to settle in the fabric industry and for advanced researchThis course is offered to communicate the practical aspects of advanced weft and warp knitting process, tools and techniques to the textile engineering students. 

      Course Contents:  

      • Study on weft Knitted Jacquard 
      • Study on loop Transfer Stitches 
      • Study on crochet Warp Knitting Machine 
      • Study on knitted fabric faults: causes and their remedies. 
      • Study on nonwoven web bond formation (needle punching, chemical, thermal) 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Apply the operating principles of modern knitting machines (jacquard, crochet) that can be used for design & development of new technology.  

      CLO2  : Calculate the production rate, efficiency and speed of different advanced knitting machine.  

      CLO3  : Identify and analyze the techniques used in nonwoven fabric production. 

       References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      S.J. Russell, “Hand Book of Nonwovens”, Wood head publications Ltd., ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-603-0, 2007. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Wilhelm A, Hilmar F and Walter K, “Nonwoven Fabrics: Raw Materials, Manufacture 

       

       

      Course Code: WP-4103-0723 

      Course Title: Wet Processing-IV 

      Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: WP-4101-0723 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4            

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the course: This course is about to study of physical and chemical textile finishes which are performed for the improvement of attractiveness, glossiness, smoothness, softness as well as the comforts, functional and decoration purposes of Textile materials. 

      Course Content: 

      Textile Finishing: 

      Definition and classification of finishing, Different machineries for textile finishing. 

      Physical and Mechanical: 

      Shearing and cropping, Calendaring, Sanforizing, Raising, beetling, breaking, folding and recent finishing developed processes.  

      Chemical finishing: 

      Mercerization and parchmentization, resin finishing, water repellency, flame retardancy, Softening agents (Different types, applications), Detail study of special finishing treatments (rot-proofing, mildew proofing, insect and bacterial finishes, soil lease, anti-state finishes). 

      Knit Finishing: 

      Hydro-extraction, dewatering, slitting, compacting, stentering etc. Low-wet pick-up finishing and its importance, Application of optical brightening agents, Lectures on recently published research and developments in wet processing. 

      References: 

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Technology of Textile Processing, Vol-X, Technology of Finishing, Dr. V.A Shenai 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      An introduction to Textile Finishing, J.T. Marsh 

       

      3 

      Cotton Mercerizing, J.T. Marsh 

       

      4 

      Handbook of Fiber Science & Technology, Volume-II, Functional Finishes, part A & part B Textile Coloration, Broadbent. 

       

      5 

      Advances in the Dyeing and Finishing of Technical Textiles by A volume in Woodhead Publishing series in Textiles. 

       

      6 

      Color in image Processing Handbook, Lodi Colony-1, 1003, New Delhi, India. 

        

       

      Course Code: WP-4104-0723 

      Course Title: Wet Processing-IV Lab 

      Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: WP-4102-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4            

      Semester/Term: I  

      Rationale of the course: This course is about to exercise on practical or hands on performance of physical and chemical textile finishes which are performed for the improvement of attractiveness, glossiness, smoothness, softness as well as the comforts, functional and decoration purposes of Textile materials. 

      Course Content: 

      • Functions of different machineries using in textile finishing. 
      • Raising finishing of cotton fabrics. 
      • Calendaring of different constructed fabrics to produce various calendaring effects. 
      • Sanforizing of Cotton fabrics. 
      • Mercerization of Cotton fabrics and evaluation of absorbency, strength and lustre.  
      • Resin Finishing of cotton fabric using starch and evaluation of stiffness and add-on%. 
      • Finishing of cotton fabric using softeners and evaluation of drape and add-on%. 
      • Crease Proofing of cotton fabric and evaluation of crease recovery angle. 
      • Finishing of cotton fabric with anti-pilling finish and evaluation of pilling. 
      • Finishing of cotton fabric with water repellent finish and evaluation of wetting angle. 
      • Finishing of cotton fabric with flame retardant finish and evaluation of LOI. 
      • Finishing of cotton fabric with soil release finish and measure the ability of fabric to release oily stains during home laundering. 

      Rationale of the course: This course is required for the textile graduates to learn concept of production planning, production control and production management in apparel industry, line balancing, modular production system, toyota productions system, unit production system, progressive bundle systemwork measurements, time study, motion study and method study in apparels, calculating smv and setting target production in apparel manufacturing and also study on cost control aql (acceptable quality level), final inspection, compliance, wrap principal, discussion on category and quota. 

      Course Content: 

      Apparel Manufacturing Management: Concept of Production Planning, Production Control and Production Management in Apparel Industry, Line Balancing,  

      Production Systems in Apparels: Modular Production System, Toyota Productions System, Unit Production System, Progressive Bundle System. 

      Tools of Planning: Work Measurements, Time Study, Motion Study and Method Study in Apparels, Calculating SMV and Setting Target Production in Apparel Manufacturing. 

      Cutting Room Management: Material Handling and Transportation Systems of Apparel Components, Advance Study on Scheduling in Cutting Room, Marker Utilization Variation. 

      Material Management and Sewing Room Management: Principles of Purchasing, Fabric Loss Outside Marker, Fabric Utilization Variation, Control of Material Wastages, Manufacturing Resource Planning, Production Engineering Management in Apparel, Cost Control 

      Factorial Study of Seam Strength: Mechanism of Seam Slippage, Seam Strength Prediction, Seam Strength Testing, Fabric Sew Ability Assessment. 

      Finishing Room Management: AQL (Acceptable Quality Level), Final Inspection  

      Quality Management in Apparel Industry: Quality from Design to Dispatch, Production and People. 

      Compliance Issue in Apparel Manufacturing: Compliance, WRAP Principal, Discussion on Category and Quota. 

       

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to-   

      CLO1 

      Understand the production planning, production control and production management in apparel industry, line balancing. 

      CLO2 

      Apply the work measurements, time study, motion study and method study in apparels, calculating SMV and setting target production in apparel manufacturing. 

        

      CLO3 

      Calculate and analysis the principles of purchasing, fabric loss outside marker, fabric utilization variation, control of material wastages. 

        

      CLO4 

      Apply the AQL (Acceptable Quality Level), final inspection, compliance, wrap principal, discussion on category and quota. 

        

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course is required for the textile graduates to study on industrial sewing machine, practical study on embroidery machine, production of suits, jacket, jogging suit, dresses, children wear, night wear, practices on CAD / CAM systems for apparel manufacturing. case study in apparels manufacturing, critical analysis in apparels, report submission and presentation.  

      Course Contents:  

      • Practical Study on Industrial Sewing Machine  
      • Practical Study on Embroidery Machine  
      • Production of Suits, Jacket, Jogging Suit, Dresses, Children Wear, Night Wear 
      • Practices on CAD/CAM Systems for Apparel Manufacturing. 
      • Case Study in Apparels Manufacturing  
      • Critical Analysis in Apparels, Report Submission and Presentation. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Understand the different industrial sewing machine  

      CLO2  : Apply the Production process of Suits, Jacket, Jogging Suit, Dresses, Children Wear, Night Wear 

      CLO3  : Analysis the CAD/CAM Systems for Apparel Manufacturing. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Garment Dyeing: Ready to wear fashion, Textile Institute, Manchester. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

       

      3 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

        

        

      Course Code: YM-4105-0723 

      Course Title: Special Yarn Production 

      Course Type: Elective                        

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hour: 42                        

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4              

      Semester/Term: I 

      Course Contents:  

      • Basic Principle of fancy yarn production. 
      • Plying techniques: Profile twisting stage, binding stage, piled chenille profile. 
      • Design and constructions of basic profiles: Spiral, Gimp, Loop, Snarl, Loop, Snarl, Knop, Cover, Slub, Chenille, combination of profiles. 
      • Textured yarn: False twisted, Stuffer box crimped, air-jet. 
      • Core yarn: Filament core, staple core, bi-component (bobtex) yarn. 
      • Doubling machines: Up-twisters and two-for-one twister. 
      • Define composite, ply and cord yarn. 
      • Texturization: Basic principle, type and different methods, property and end use of texturized yarn.  

      References:  

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      Text Books 

      Reference Books 

      Online Materials   

        

      Fundamentals of Textile Engineering, Rezaul Karim, Faruq Hosen 

      1. Worsted Spinning, Henshaw, D. E., Textile Institute, UK. 
      2. Advance Fibre Spinning Technology, Nakajima, T., Woodhead 1994, Japan. 
      3. Waste Silk Spinning, Rayner, UK. 
      4. Woolen Spinning, Vickerman, USA. 

        

        

        

        

      Journals, Websites, YouTube Videos 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      This course introduces the textile engineering students to the specialized fabric product with their applications to gather knowledge about the specific areas of advanced fabrics depending on the product characteristics, functional requirements and end-use applications.  

      Course Contents:  

      Special knit fabrics 

      Net fabric, Lace fabric, Fleece fabric – features, characteristics, end uses. 

      Narrow fabrics 

      Discussion on Tape, webbing, ribbon, belt, label, braid, lace, etc. Lappet and swivel fabrics; Gauge and leno fabrics, Flocked fabric, Biaxial Fabrics; Triaxial Fabrics. 

      Traditional Fabrics  

      Discussion on Muslin, Jamdani shari, Benarashi shari, etc. 

      Woven Pile Fabrics  

      Introduction to pile fabrics; Weft pile fabrics; Warp pile fabrics: Carpet; Terry Towel and Tufted carpet. 

      Multi-component fabrics  

      Introduction to multi-component fabrics; Discussion on Bonded, laminated and quilted fabrics. 

      Recent invention and publication on various value-added special fabric. 

      Definition, Structure, Production, Properties, End-uses etc. of Laminate, Tape.  

      Definition, Structure, Production, Properties, End-uses etc. of Belt, Label. 

      Definition, Structure, Production, Properties, End-uses etc. of Braid. 

      Lappet swivel; velvets arid velveteen Carpet: Terry Towel. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Enunciate the definition, structure, production, properties, end-uses etc. of laminate, tape and label, braid, lappet swivel and terry towel. 

      CLO2  : Identify and analyze the applications of value-added fabrics. 

      CLO3  : Research, design and develop the fabrics for technical textile application (filtration and nonwoven). 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      S.J.Russell, “Hand Book of Nonwovens”, Wood head publications Ltd., ISBN-13: 978-1-85573-603-0, 2007. 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Wilhelm A, Hilmar F and Walter K, “Nonwoven Fabrics: Raw Materials, Manufacture, 

        

      Rationale of the course:  

      The Textile engineering graduates need to study the general and applied concept of special wet processing for the treating of textile materials.  So, the main focus of this course is how to apply recent or modern methods with developed chemicals on textile materials like foams, solvents, supercritical fluids to reduce the water consumption and energy savings as well as environment safety.  

      Course Content: 

      Foam Technology: 

      Foam generation, application, advantages and disadvantages. 

      Solvent dyeing: Properties of different types of solvent used, application, advantages and disadvantages. Solvent scouring, Ammonia Mercerization, Bio-polishing, Phthalogen Blue dyeing, Shear sucker finishing and various special effects by different types of chemicals treatments. 

      Supercritical Fluid Dyeing: 

      Definition, Density, Viscosity of supercritical fluid, Supercritical CO2, Methane, ethane etc. Uses and application of Supercritical fluid in textile dyeing. 

      Human color vision, Metamerism 

      Effluents: Effluents treatment of wet processing, their effects on environment, various types of effluent threatening and disposal systems. 

      References: 

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Handbook of Textile Coloration and Finishing by Publisher: STUDIUM PRESS LLC, Editor: Mohammad Shahid, Guoqiang Chen, Ren-Cheng Tang, ISBN: 1-62699-106-5 

        

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Textile Processing: Printing, Dyeing, Finishing by J. L. Smith 

       

      3 

      Advances in the Dyeing and Finishing of Technical Textiles by A volume in Woodhead Publishing Series in Textiles. 

       

      4 

      E.R. Trotman, “Dyeing and Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres”, Charles Griffin and Co. Ltd., 1st edition, 1991. 

       

      5 

      M. Clark,“Handbook of Textile and Industrial Dyeing”, Wood head Publishing Ltd., 1st edition, 2011. 

       

      6 

      L. W. C. Miles, “Textile Printing”, Dyers Company Publication Trust, 2nd edition, 2003. 

       

      7 

      V. A. Shenai, “Technology of Printing”, Sevak Publications, 1st edition, 1990. 

       

      Rationale of the course: This course is required for the textile graduates to learn types and definition; human clothing system; psychology and comfort - perception of comfort, psychological research techniques, comfort sensory descriptors, psychophysics, scales of measurement, scales to measure direct responses, wear trial techniquecomfort perception and preferences. clothing and thermal comfort; thermal comfort - thermoregulatory mechanisms of the human body, two-node model of thermal regulation, dynamic thermal interaction between the body and clothing, role of clothing on thermal regulations.  

      Course Content: 

      Comfort – types and definition; human clothing system; psychology and comfort - perception of comfort, psychological research techniques, comfort sensory descriptors, psychophysics, scales of measurement, scales to measure direct responses, wear trial techniquecomfort perception and preferences. wearer’s temperature regulations, effect of physical properties of fibres, behavior of different types of fabrics,  

      Thermo Physiological Comfort - Clothing and Thermal Comfort; Thermal Comfort - Thermoregulatory Mechanisms of The Human Body, Two-Node Model of Thermal Regulation, Dynamic Thermal Interaction Between the Body and Clothing, Role of Clothing on Thermal Regulations.  

      Heat and Moisture Transfer – Wearer’s Temperature Regulations, Effect of Physical Properties of Fibres, Behavior of Different Types of Fabrics, Dynamic Heat and Moisture Transfer in Fabric, Moisture Exchange Between Fiber and Air, Boundary Conditions, Method of Solution, Moisture Sorption of Wool Fabrics, Behavior of Fabrics Made from Different Fibers.  

      Psychological Comfort - Transient Temperature and Moisture Sensations, Coolness to The Touch, Warmth, Dampness, Clamminess and Moisture Buffering During Exercise, Environmental Buffering; Neuro Physiological Comfort - Basis of Sensory Perceptions; Measurement Techniques - Mechanical Stimuli and Thermal Stimuli.  

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): At the end of the course, the student will be able to-   

      CLO1 

      Understand the human clothing system; psychology and comfort - perception of comfort, psychological research techniques. 

      CLO2 

      Analysis the clothing and thermal comfort; thermal comfort - thermoregulatory mechanisms of the human body, two-node model of thermal regulation. 

        

      CLO3 

      Apply the wearer’s temperature regulations, effect of physical properties of fibres, behavior of different types of fabrics, dynamic heat and moisture transfer in fabric. 

        

      CLO4 

      Calculate the transient temperature and moisture sensations, coolness to the touch, warmth, dampness, clamminess and moisture buffering during exercise. 

        

      Rationale of the course:  

      Total Quality Management is an important concern as it describes a management approach to long-term success through customer satisfaction. Textile Quality Management course is about teaching students the principles, techniques and tools of Total Quality Management along with Quality standards. This course will provide the Textile Engineering students with basic concept of Quality management of Textile industry. 

      Course Content: 

      Introduction:  Meaning and measurement of Quality, Definition of quality and Quality assurance, Dimensions of product and service quality, Basic concepts of TQM, TQM Framework, Contributions of Quality Management Gurus, Barriers to TQM, Cost of Quality.  

      TQM Principles: Quality statements, Customer focus, Customer orientation, Customer satisfaction, Customer complaints, Customer retention, Continuous process improvement – PDCA cycle, 5S, Kaizen, Supplier partnership – Partnering, Supplier selection, Supplier Rating.  

      TQM Tools & Techniques Type I: The seven traditional tools of quality, new management tools – Lean Management, Six-sigma: Concepts, methodology, applications to spinning, weaving, chemical processing and garment industries, Bench marking – Reason to bench mark, Bench marking process.  

      TQM Tools & Techniques Type II: Quality circles, Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Taguchi quality loss function, PM Concepts, improvement needs, Performance measures, Application of TQM tools in textile industry, BSTI, ASTM 

      Quality Systems: Need for ISO 9000- ISO 9000-2000 Quality System – Elements, Documentation, Quality auditing, QS 9000 and ISO 14000 – Concepts, Requirements and Benefits, Quality Council, Leadership, Employee involvement (Motivation, Empowerment, Team and Teamwork, Recognition and Reward).  

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs): 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1: understand the Basic concepts of TQM, TQM Framework, Contributions of Quality Management Gurus, Barriers to TQM, and Cost of Quality. 

      CLO2: analyze customer requirements, suppliers’ selection, suppliers’ ratings and other continuous improvement approaches ethically. 

      CLO3: apply lean management in manufacturing industry. 

      CLO4: demonstrate Quality circles, Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Taguchi quality loss function, PM Concepts, improvement needs, Performance measures, Application of TQM tools in textile industry, BSTI, ASTM. 

      CLO5: explain quality systems, leadership & Employee involvement 

      Reference:  

      Teaching materials 

       

      Text book 

      Learning Materials 

      1.  Work quality management in the textile industry (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles) 1st Edition by P. Purushothama 
      2.   

      Journals, Websites & You tube tutorials 

      1. Testing and quality management by V.K Kothari, New Delhi: IAFL Publication, 1999. 
      2.   

       

      1. Quality Control and Management- Dr. M. Ahsan Akhter Hasin 

        

       

      Rationale of the Course:  

      Manufacturing units that produce textile and fashion items deal with many challenges every day. Fast fashion concept, short lead time, price competitiveness, optimum product quality to comply with buyer requirements, eco certifications are some common days to day considerations in the RMG production units at present. To make the Textile Engineering students eligible to deal with these contemporary challenges that the clothing manufacturers are facing today, this course is offered. The course is designed to develop competency on production units related problem analysis, design and development of solutions, optimum production efficiency ensuring effectiveness and other relevant aspects which would help the graduate to achieve required technical skills for their leadership. 

      Course Contents:  

      Introduction to Production Planning and Control 

      Understanding the Marketplace and Customer Needs, designing a Customer-Driven Marketing Strategy, Preparing an Integrated Marketing Plan and Program, Building Customer Relationships, Capturing Value from Customers, Changing Marketing Landscape. 

      The Production System 

      Production system, Value added process, Efficiency vs Effectiveness, Production objectives, Production system decision hierarchy. 

      Employee Scheduling 

      Definition, Process, Application of employee scheduling.  

      Facility Location 
      Nature of Location Decision, making location decision, Factors affecting location decision, Plant location method, Factor rating, Service location methods, Globalization. 

      Facility Layout 

      Importance of facility layout, Objectives of facility layout, Layout design considerations, Basic Layout types, Product layout, Advantage and Disadvantage of Product layout, Process layout, Advantage and Disadvantage of process layout, Fixed position, Cellular and Functional layout. 

      Work Measurement   

      Introduction, Objectives, Benefits, Time Study, Time measurement techniques 

      Inventory Management 

      Types of Inventories, Functions of Inventory, Objectives of Inventory Control, Effective Inventory Management, Inventory counting systems, Inventory Management  

      Forecasting 
      Introduction, Importance, General characteristics, Types of forecasting, seven steps in Forecast, Forecasting approaches, Four qualitative methods. 

      Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) 

      After completing this course, students would be able to 

      CLO1  : Apply the knowledge of Planning and Controlling in the Production units of any Textile and Apparel manufacturing entity. 

      CLO2  : Make decisions to resolve real life problems in the manufacturing units.  

      CLO3  : Ensure quality and ethical aspects of productions by adapting proper controlling mechanisms in the supply chain. 

      CLO4  : Capture the ability to contribute towards production efficiency and effectiveness in different kinds of Textile processing. 

      CLO5  : Have the ability to enhance their managerial and technical skills that would be useful for any kind of manufacturing entity. 

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Production Planning and Control; Author: S.K. Mukhopaddhay; Edition- 3rd, Publication – PHI 

      Journals, Website Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      Production Planning and Control; Author: D.R. Kiran; Edition- 1st, Publication – BSP 

        

      During the Level-IV, Term-II of study each student will be required to complete a project/thesis work in the relevant field of their specialization. For such a work the students will be guided by a teacher of the concerned area of specialization.   

      No specific class hour will be assigned for the comprehensive viva. The comprehensive viva will cover the whole four years courses as a self-study. A panel of senior teachers will conduct the comprehensive viva during the final examination of Level-IV.  

      The students must undergo 2-month intensive industrial training program in the relevant area of 

      specialization after completion of Level-IV, Term-I. 

      Grading/ Evaluation:  

      For evaluation purpose all credit courses will be equivalent to 100 Marks. 

      Grades and Grade Scale: Grades and Grade Point will be awarded on the basis of marks obtained in the Written, Oral or Practical Examinations/Laboratory performances according to the following scheme: 

      Marks obtained (%) 

      Grade 

      Grade point 

      80 to 100 

      A+ 

      4.00 

      75 to 79 

      A 

      3.75 

      70 to 74 

      A- 

      3.50 

      65 to 69 

      B+ 

      3.25 

      60 to 64 

      B 

      3.00 

      55 to 59 

      B- 

      2.75 

      50 to 54 

      C+ 

      2.50 

      45 to 49 

      C 

      2.25 

      40 to 44 

      D 

      2.00 

      Less than 40 

      F 

      0.00 

        

      I 

      Incomplete 

       Distribution of Marks: 

      Theory  

      (a) Continuous Assessment   

         (i) Class Test/Quiz:            10%  

         (ii) Assignment:                 10% 

         (iii) Presentation:               10% 

         (iv) Class Performance:       5% 

          (v) Attendance:                   5% 

      (b) Mid Term Exam:             30% 

       (c) Term Final Exam.            30% 

      Total:                                     100% 

      Practical/Sessional/Lab  

      (a) Continuous Assessment   

      (i) Class Attendance:                                                           10%  

      (ii) Class Performance (viva/presentation):                         20% 

      (iii) Lab Report:                                                                   30% 

      (b) Final Exam 

      i) Experiment:                                                                      20%                                    

      iii) Viva-Voce:                                                                     20%                                     

       Total:                                                                                   100% 

      Project and Thesis  

      1. Presentation:                                          20% 
      1. Viva:                                                       20% 

      (b) Publication:                                        10% 

      (c) Thesis/project report:                          50%                                                     

                                                              Total: 100%                                                       

      Comprehensive Viva  All subject’s 100% 

      Industrial Attachment  

      1. Continuous Assessment (from industrial supervisor)                

      Attendance:                                                                     20% 

      Supervisor evaluation:                                                    20% 

      1. Final Exam.   
        Presentation:                                                                   15% 
        Viva:                                                                               15% 

      Report:                                                                            30% 

       Total:                                                                                  100% 

      Evaluation System: 
      Class Attendance: Basis for awarding marks for class participation and attendance will be as follows: 

      Attendance  

      Marks 

      90% and above 

      10 

      85% to 89%   

      9 

      80% to 84% 

      8 

      75% to 79%        

      7 

      70% to 74%        

      6 

      65% to 69%        

      5 

      60% to 64%        

      4 

      Less than 60%       

      0 

      A student is required to attend at least 60% of all classes held in every course. 

      Class Test: 

      • The number of class tests of a course shall be at least 2 (Two) for all types of the courses. Evaluation of the performance in the class test will be on the basis of the ‘best one’ of class tests. 
      • Class test should hold regularly in every 3 to 4 weeks after starting of class. 
      • Duration of each class test shall be 30 minutes.  
      • For convenience of conducting the class tests 50 minutes slot should be kept at the beginning of at least 4 working days in a week.  
      • The dates for the class tests shall be fixed by the course coordinator/chief course coordinator and shall be announced accordingly. 
      • All class tests shall be of equal value. The result of each individual class test shall be posted to display board for information of the students before the next class test is held.   
      • The final computed marks sheet of the Class Tests and Class Attendance shall be submitted in 2 (two) separate sealed envelope by the course teacher to Chairman of concerned Examination Committee before preparatory leave for Term final starts.  The third copy of mark sheet along with answer scripts of all the Class Tests should be sent to the Controller of Examinations. 
      • Mid-Term Exam: There shall be 1.5 hours (90 minutes) mid-term examination held regularly in every 7 weeks after starting of class. 
      • Practical Final  

      Course Teacher, Respective Head of the Department will conduct Practical Final Examination. It will be completed in the last 02 (two) weeks before the preparatory leave starts.   

      • Project and Thesis  

      40% marks for Continuous Assessment to be evaluated by respective Supervisor. 

      60% marks for final examination to be evaluated by Project Evaluation Committee consisting of all the Head of the Departments & Project Supervisor. 

      • Industrial Attachment 

      40% marks for Continuous Assessment to be evaluated by respective Supervisor and relevant Officer of the concerned industry. 

      60% marks for Final Examination to be evaluated by Evaluation Committee consisting of all the Head of the Departments & Supervisor. 

      • Comprehensive Viva 

      For All subjects (100% marks): Comprehensive Viva board will be formed with teachers including all Head of the Departments.  

      Term Final Examination  

      Duration of Term final Examination  

      There shall be 2 (two) hours examination for 2 (two) and 3 credits theory course.  

      Registration System: Students are required to complete their registration formalities before a semester starts. A student has to register in-person. The student information division shall notify the newly admitted students about the time and place of their registration. Students should consult their advisors for planning their courses and to be familiar with IUS policies and procedures related to registration.  

      Course Withdrawal: The courses, which are withdrawn by a student due to some valid reasons. It is defined by ‘W’. The grade W (Withdrawal) is also assigned when a student officially drops/withdraw course(s) within the date mentioned in the academic calendar for the semester. 

      Incomplete (I) courses: If a student does not register any offered course of a regular semester, then this course is defined as “incomplete course” and he/she can register this course when offered by the department in the subsequent semesters.  

      Retake: 
      (i) If a student fails in either Supplementary Examination or he/she does not attend in Supplementary Examination on a course, then he/she can register this course with the regular offered courses of a semester as a Retake course. 

      (ii) If any student does not appear both in Mid-Semester Examination and Semester Final Examination on any course, then he/she cannot register the course for supplementary examination; but he/she can register this course with the regular offered courses of a semester as a Retake course.  

      (iii) If any student does not attend in classes without withdrawal within the time limit (normally up to the time of drop of a course from any semester) will be given the grade “F” in the course and can register as Retake courses.  

      (iv) All the Retake courses are of grade “F” and are denoted by “R”.  

      Grade Improvement: If a student wishes to re-register a course of earned grade below B+ (B plus) to improve the grade then the course is defined as “Improvement Course” and is abbreviated by “IM”.  

      Dropout: If any student does not attend in classes without withdrawal within the time limit (normally up to the time of drop of a course from any two semester) will be counted as drop out from the student list.  

       

      Course Code: AM-4103-0723 

      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-IV 

      Course Type: Elective              

      Pre-requisite:  AM-4101-0723 

      Credits: 3                 

      Contact Hours: 42                 

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                         

      Semester/Term: I 

       References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Garment Dyeing: Ready to wear fashion, Textile Institute, Manchester. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

        

       

      3 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

        

       

      Course Code: AM 4104-0723       
      Course Title: Apparel Manufacturing-IV Lab 

      Course Type: Elective          

      Pre-requisite: AM-4102-0723 

      Credits: 1               

      Contact Hours: 60            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: I 

      Rationale of the Course:  

      The Textile engineering graduates need to study the basic Principle of fancy yarn production, textured, core yarn and basic principle, type and different methods, property and end use of texturized yarn. Conversion tow to top. 

       

      Course Code: AM-4105-0723 

      Course Title: Special Apparel Products  

      Course Type: Elective                         

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3                             

      Contact Hours: 42                     

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                         

      Semester/Term: I 

        

      References: 

      Learning Materials 

       

       

      SL No. 

      Text Books 

      Others Learning Materials 

      1 

      Garment Dyeing: Ready to wear fashion, Textile Institute, Manchester. 

      Journals, Web Materials, YouTube Vides etc. 

      2 

      An Introduction to Quality for Apparel Industry, Pradip, V., Mehta, BSP Professional books, London. 

       

      3 

      Garments Technology for Fashion Designers, Cooklin G, Blackwell Scientific. 

        

       

      Course Code: TEX- 4107-0723 

      Course Title: Textile Quality Management 

      Course Type: Theory                        

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credit: 3                

      Contact Hours: 42 hours              

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                               

      Semester/Term: I 

      Course Code: PPC-4109-0715          
      Course Title: Production Planning and Control 

      Course Type: Theory          

      Pre-requisite: N/A 

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 42            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                   

      Semester/Term: I 

      Course Code: TEX-4202-0723        
      Course Title: Thesis/Project  

      Credits: 3               

      Contact Hours: 80            

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4                    

      Semester/Term: II 

      Course Code: TEX-4204-0723        
      Course Title: Comprehensive Viva 

      Credits: 3       

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4      

      Semester/Term: II 

      Course Code: TEX-4206-0723        
      Course Title: Industrial Attachment 

      Credits: 3      

      Credit Hours: 240       

      Total Marks: 100 

      Year/Level: 4      

      Semester/Term: II 

       

       

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