4th NEDITC 2020

The 4th NEDITC 2020 was held on 2nd- 3rd March 2020, around
400 people from industry and academia attended the
conference

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5th DICE Textile

The 5th All Pakistan NED DICE Textile Innovation Event 2020
was held at NED university of Engineering and Technology on
2nd and 3rd March 2020 with the holistic theme of
Innovation, Sustainability and Value Creation.

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Soorty Computer Lab

Soorty Computer Lab was Inaugurated by ms. Nargis Soorty and
Asad Soorty along with Chair Person Textile Dr. Salma Farooq
and Textile Faculty and VC Dr.Sarosh Hashmat Lodhi, AND PVC
Dr. Tufail

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Signing of MoU

The Department of Textile Engineering and Afroze Textiles
signed a MoU to enter an innovative and high performing
industry – academia linkage.

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Guest Lecture

Textile Engineering Department invited Mr. Muhammad Syed,
Team Lead Europe from Midas Safety Inc for a guest lecture
to speak on “Recent Advancements in Marketing and
Merchandising”

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Industrial Testing services are available at Textile Engineering Department                 Dr. Quratulain Mohtashim Received the Best Researcher Award 2020       Dr. Quratulain Mohtashim attended the NED Higher Education Training          Dr. Fareha Asim & Dr. Farhana Naeem at Textile Engineering Department received the Best Researcher Award 2020      Guidelines for COVID-19        Classes of Fall Semester 2021 has been started from 18th October 2021           Loyds Audit and Internal audit 2021 has been conducted                Textile Engineering Programme is an OBE accredited Programme              Dr Muhammad Owais Raza Siddiqui won The best teacher award              Dr. Dawood Husain won The best publication Award           2 labs are under construction (Erasmus Smart lab & Garment Lab)

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OVERVIEW


The First Year classes of Textile Engineering started with the beginning of the academic session in February 1997. The decision to start the program was taken by the University after a four-year deliberation by various bodies of the University. The program has been designed to fulfill the engineering needs of the Textile Industry. The course offers a combination of Textile Engineering and Processing and is aimed at producing qualified engineers who would not only take-up maintenance/operational functions of a Textile mill but would cover other aspects related to the industry such as parts manufacture, machinery development, quality assurance & environment.

The courses offered include Mathematics, Physical and Social Science as well as general background courses on Design, Material Science, Strength of Material, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Economics, Environment etc. to provide basic engineering knowledge. Courses such as Textile Utilities, Manufacturing, Statistical Quality Control, and Economics cover the application aspects.

Specific courses on Textile are Polymer and Fibre Science, Yarn and Fabric Manufacturing Process, Dyeing and Finishing , Product Evaluation and Quality Control etc.

Guest lectures from industry and visits to textile units are arranged frequently.