B.Tech Textile Engineering Textile Technology - Stands for Bachelor of Technology in Textile Technology. Typically, a B.Sc. is a three year course, minimum eligibility for which is an intermediate (10+2) in science. Subjects usually studied under this degree are Textile Fiber, Yarn Formation, Fabric Formation, Chemical processing of Textile, Textile Testing and instruments, Applied Mechanics, Statistics, Design and Structure of Fabric, Computer Application in Textiles etc.Textile engineering is a division of engineering where the principles of scientific techniques are utilized for manufacturing and development in all types of yarns and textile fabric from textile fibers. It also deals with the study of chemical and physical principles which are utilized for the analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber. The major role of this engineering is to design and control of all aspects of textile and apparel processes, machineries, products and fibers. Textile sector is playing a major role in the growth of Indian economy. In India, there are two important textile sectors such as handloom sector and the mechanized sector. These both have full growth potential as there are thousands of textiles mills all over the country.
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