The history of textile is as old as the history of human civilization and the need for clothing started with the feeling of decency among men and women as the best creations of Allah.
Starting as home-based cottage industry to carry on activities like spinning, knitting, weaving etc., the massive inventions of textile machineries during the period of Industrial Revolution in England, started creating opportunities for large scale factory production and mass consumption world-wide.
As a matter of fact, the industrialization of this sub-continent started with the emergence of textile factories in different parts of British India. Gradually other types of industrial enterprises grew up and it was not until recently that we have, thanks God, become fortunate to have the most attractive abode of apparel manufacturing (i.e. RMG) in our country.
Today the textile and apparel manufacturing sector is the largest employer and also the biggest foreign exchange earner in our country. This fact alone has been placing an increasing demand for highly skilled manpower with technological and managerial capability in the relevant fields. Thus the demand for textile graduates is rising.
About the Program
B.Sc. in Textile Engineering is a four-year bachelor program designed to provide students with a sound foundation in the technology and managerial aspects of textile manufacturing. In order to achieve the degree, a student has to earn 166 credit hours from a combination of courses offered by the university. The large and expanding textile and apparel industry in Bangladesh has been placing an increasing demand for highly skilled manpower with technological and managerial background. There are demands for textile graduates in other areas of economic activities as well.
The objectives of the program are to:
create opportunities for higher education and research in the relevant branches of textiles for meeting the growing needs of textile and apparel industry produce graduates with necessary knowledge and skill for meeting the demand of textile and jute industry of Bangladesh be an active participant in policy making for sustainable development of textiles and apparel industry of Bangladesh help innovation in textile and apparel industry provide relevant consultancy services to the entrepreneurs and government agencies work with the stakeholders for boosting up export earnings of Bangladesh be an active contributor in economic and social enhancement through fostering the development of textile industry.
Areas of Concentration
- Yarn Engineering
- Fabric Engineering
- Apparel Engineering
- Wet Process Engineering
After successful completion of this program a student will be professionally competent to choose his/her career either as Textile Engineer or as Quality Assurance Manager, Sample Room Manager, Supply Chain Manager, Industrial Engineer, Merchandiser, Production Manager, Factory Manager, Compliance Manager etc. in the primary Textile and Ready Made Garments sector at home and abroad.
- GPA of at least 2.5 (or 2nd division) in both SSC and HSC exams (Science background with Math, Physics, & Chemistry).
- GPA of at least 2.00 either in SSC or HSC exam. (Science background with Math, Physics, & Chemistry) but the total GPA of SSC & HSC must be at least 6.00.
- O-level with at least 5 subjects and A-level with at least 2 subjects in which there must be at least ‘B’ grades or GPA 4.00 in 4 subjects and ‘C’ grades or GPA 3.50 in the remaining 3 subjects (Including Math, Physics & Chemistry).
- North American High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Direct admission for students having GPA 5 in both SSC & HSC (science background), 5 “A’s” in O-Level and 3 “A’s” in A-Level.
|Course Category||Total Credits|
The B.Sc. in Textile Engineering degree requirements will be as follows:
- Completion of 166.0 credit hours.
- Completion of the project with at least a ‘C’ grade.
- Passing of all courses individually and maintaining a minimum CGPA of 2.50.
|Particulars||Unit Cost (in Tk.)||Total (in Tk.)||Mode of Payment|
|Admission Fee + Form Fee||10500||10500||Once|
|Tuition Fee (per credit)||2450||409150||Semester-wise|
|Lab. Fee||Included in Tuition Fee|
|Student Activities Fee||500||4000||Semester-wise|
List of Core Courses
|GED Core Courses|
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit|
|TE 119||Computer Fundamentals||3|
|TE 123||Bangladesh Studies||3|
|TE 201||Business and Communicative English||3|
|TE 203||Engineering Economics||3|
|TE 319||Accounting and Cost Management||3|
|TE 323||Industrial Psychology||3|
|TE 425||Industrial Management||3|
|TE 417||Industrial Trade||3|
|Program Core Courses|
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit|
|TE 109||Introduction to Textiles||3|
|TE 111||Engineering Materials||3|
|TE 205||Textile Raw Materials I||3|
|TE 209||Yarn Manufacturing I||3|
|TE 211||Fabric Manufacturing I||3|
|TE 215||Textile Raw Materials II||3|
|TE 217||Wet Processing I||3|
|TE 219||Apparel Manufacturing I||3|
|TE 221||Environmental and Pollution Control||3|
|TE 303||Yarn Manufacturing II||3|
|TE 305||Fabric Manufacturing II||3|
|TE 307||Textile Testing & Quality Control I||3|
|TE 309||Fabric Structure & Design||3|
|TE 313||Wet Processing II||3|
|TE 315||Apparel Manufacturing II||3|
|TE 317||Textile Testing & Quality Control II||3|
|TE 321||Introduction to Microprocessor, Robotics & Control||3|
|TE 413||Production Planning & Control||3|