Fibre Technology is designed to cover the state in art advancement in Textile Technology and chemical processing in general and the Technical Textiles in particular. The course contains eleven (11) theoretical papers of each 100 marks namely Advanced Engg, Math. & Statistics, Industrial Polymers & High Performance Fibers, Advances in Spinning & Technical Yarns, Advances in Weaving & Technical fabrics, Non-wovens, Composites, Knitting, Textile Testing, Textile Structures and Analysis, Technical Textiles-I and II ( Packaging textiles, Geo-textiles, Agro textiles, Sports textiles, Home textiles, Automotive textiles, Build-textiles, Protective textiles and Medical textiles etc.) , Production and Entrepreneurship Management & Costing, Computer Applications, Clothing Science and Advances in Chemical Processing etc. along with six practical papers on Manufacture of technical yarns , technical fabrics and Fibre reinforced Composites etc. besides their physical and chemical analysis and testing as well as minor and major project work on specialized areas of technical textiles.
a) Eligibility for B.E/B.Tech: Candidates who have passed/appeared/or will appear on the year of admission at the 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or equivalent examination of a recognized University or of a Board with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and any other fifth subject or any other qualification recognized by the University of Calcutta.
b) Age: Candidates must not be over 21 years of age on the lst of August of the year of admission (relaxations upto Three years for Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates).
c) Eligibility: Candidates shall be required to appear in a written test conducted by the West Bengal Board of Examination for Admission to Engineering, Medical and Technological Degree collegesin Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (each paper of 3 hours duration) Candidate who reach qualifying standard at the written test will be offered admission by the Central Selection Committee in order of merit, subject to medical fitness.
Eligibility for M.E
A candidate who has passed the B.Tech. examination in Jute and Fibre Technology or Fibre Technology (Jute) or Fibre Technology or B.Sc.Tech./ B. Tech. examination in Textile Technology of the University of Calcutta or Bachelor Degree in Textile Engineering/Textile Technology/Textile Chemistry of other recognized University or an equivalent examination recognized by the university of Calcutta will be eligible for admission to the Master of Technology M.Tech.) course in Textile Technology (Technical Textiles).
Approximate Education Expenses:
The Selected candidates will have to pay their fees on the dates mentioned in the admission letter. A total sum of about Rs. 10,500/- towards the fees for the first year has to be paid at the time of admission. The Governing Council of the Institute may change the fees from time to time, Students are required to provide themselves with necessary instruments for engineering drawing, books, yarns, cloths, etc. required in their practical classes and project work.
No Institutional Scholarship is available at present. However, GATE qualified candidates may obtain Scholarship directly from AICTE applying through proper channel only after the admission in this course.
The short courses for the Junior Level Supervisors on (1) Spinning and Spinning Preparatory and (2) Weaving and Weaving Preparatory are due to commence from December 10, 2004 for 3 months. Each candidate will be admitted to one course only i.e. either Spinning or Weaving. The Spinning Course will cover Batching, Emulsion, Softening, Carding, Drawing and Spinning. The Weaving Course will cover Warp and Weft Winding, Size Preparation, Beaming, Weaving, and Finishing. Both these courses will cover physical and chemical testing of jute fibres, yarn and also statistical quality control techniques.
Jute Mill Personal, who have completed at least 2 years in a Jute Mill and have passed the School Final Examination, will be eligible for admission to the Courses. Jute Mills are requested to sponsor their candidates, who are to appear a Written Test and an Interview in November every year
The Application Forms should be forwarded through Chief Executive or General Manager of the Jute Mill with an undertaking that the Jute Mill will be providing jobs to the applicant after completion of the course. No application will be entertained without the valid sponsorship from the Jute Mills/Organizations.
Duration: The duration of the course will be 3(three) months (the date will be announced later). These will be full-time courses (From 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.).
Fees: A consolidated fee of Rs. 4,000/- per student for each course should be payable by way of Demand Draft in favor of Institute of Jute Technology.
Both these courses will be covering physical and chemical testing of jute fibers, yarn and fabrics and also statistical quality control techniques.
A clothing/textile technologist carries out a range of technical, investigative and quality control work on clothing and textiles, ensuring that products perform to specifications. Technologists work on the development of products, improve production efficiency and quality, and liaise with those involved in the production process. The textile and clothing industries are inextricably linked, starting with the production of fibres, yarns and fabrics, and ending with the sale of finished products, which are mainly clothing but also include household and industrial textiles. The UK has a reputation for high value and innovation in fashion, design and the application of information technology. Typical Work Activities Technologists in smaller organizations are usually responsible for both clothing or garments and textiles, but in some large companies, these functions are split. Clothing/garment technologists are involved in all aspects of garment construction and are expected to keep up to date with technical innovations. They work with a wide range of materials, including natural and synthetic textiles, leather, fur, metals and plastics.
As an undergraduate you will have the opportunity to study the science and technology of fibers and textilesâ€”and use that knowledge to develop human prosthetics or life-saving bullet proof-vests. You may develop a better airbag for automotive safety or land a spacecraft on Mars. You may explore how a textile product can be used to clean up the environment, or build the roof over an all-weather superdome. You may even come up with an idea to integrate your cell phone into your shirt-sleeve. Perhaps you will be the upholstery designer of the coolest car of the coming model year. One of your term papers may become the basis of a revolutionary new product. The potential is endless so the salary is based on your skills and experience.
The Society for fiber was founded in 1941 and is incorporated as a nonprofit professional and scientific association
Website link : www.thefibersociety.org