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Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
Career in textile industyy
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  1. Career in Textile Industry
  2. Introduction• Textile Industry is Single and Second Largest industry in India after Agriculture.• The textile sector in India is one of the worlds largest.• India has been well known for textile goods since very ancient times.• The Indian textile industry has a significant presence in the economy as well as in the international textile economy.
  3.  The textile industry today is divided into three segments: 1. Cotton Textiles 2. Synthetic Textiles 3. Other like Wool, Jute, Silk etc.
  4. Spinning. Spinning is the process of converting cotton or manmade fiber into yarn to be used for weaving and knitting. Weaving / Knitting  This is the process of converting the yarn to fabric.
  5. Wet Processing• Fabric finishing (also referred to as processing), which includes Dyeing, Printing, and other cloth preparation prior to the manufacture of clothing, is also dominated by a large number of independent, small-scale enterprises.• Overall, about 2,300 processors are operating in India, including about 2,100 independent units and 200 units that are integrated with spinning, weaving, or knitting units.
  6. Government Sectors Ministry of Textiles Textile Committee (Testing ) National Textile Corporation Various Textile and allied Research Institutes such as BTRA, ATRA, SITRA, NITRA, WIRA and etc.
  7. Corporate sectorsTypes of opportunities Ample of opportunities were available in various department such as.,4. Sourcing5. Production Planning6. Production Department7. Quality control8. Research and Developments (R&D)9. Industrial Engineering10.Marketing department11.Merchandising12.Fashion Designer/ Forcasting
  8. Self Employment Trading in yarn, fabric, dyes and chemicals. Production of fabrics on small scale. Many textile parks have been sanctioned by government of India. Manufacturing of garments which have tremendous demand in Europe and USA.
  9. Technical Textiles and Nonwovens Government of India has special funds sanctioned for Technical Textile and Nonwoven which has highest growth potential among the all other textile product. Agro Textiles (Packing materials for agricultural products Bird protection net Harvesting net) Nonwoven (Medical Textiles like Bandages, Disposable Pads) Home textiles
  10. Job opportunities overseas… Textile sectors is back bone of economy of many Asian and African countries . Job opportunities in Asian countries China, Srilanka, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, Turkey, Vietnam and Oman (gulf). Job opportunities in African countries South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria, Zambia, Egypt , maakaskar and mortises. All the countries offer Tax Free salary in US dollars with assured saving
  11. All these sectors have ample opportunities forreaching middle to top management in small span of 5 to 10 years of experience.
  12. Raymond Ltd.,Vapi & Jalgaon,Some of major Indian Reinfro India Limited,companies Welspun India Ltd., Vapi & Anjar, Trident, Clarient Chemicals India Limited, Nahar Fabrics, Staubli India Pvt.Ltd., Raymond Zaimbaiti, Premier Group, Hosur, Hindusthan Spg. & Wvg. Spentex Industries, Mills Ltd, Karad, Baramati, Itema Weaving (India) Pvt. Ltd., Vardhaman Spg. & Gen. Mills, Gangotri Textiles Limited, Huntsman International India Pvt.Ltd., Soktas India Pvt.Ltd., Resil Chemicals Pvt.Ltd., Birla Century, Bharuch, Indo-Count Industries Limited, Kagal, Reliance Industries Limited (Vimal Brand), Arvind Limited, B.R.F.L., Islampur, Shahi Exports, GHCL Limited, AADTT Course Of Dystar & Alok Inds. Ltd, Bombay Dyg. & Mfg. Co.Ltd., B.R.F.L. Tarapur, Avery Dennison Pvt.Ltd. Khosala Profil Pvt.Ltd., Spica Elastic Pvt.Ltd., Jayshree Textiles, Kolkatta, Jeans Knits Pvt.Ltd., Reliance Industries Ltd. (Poly. Yarn Divn.), OCM Limited Amritsar, Mathis India Pvt.Ltd., Texperts India Pvt.Ltd., Garware Wall Ropes Limited.

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