1. ARMY PUBLIC
CLASS: X A
TOPIC: COTTON INDUSTRY
• URVASHI BANGUR
• ANOWYESHA DASH
• NEERAJ DEWANI
• MANISH GUPTA
2. COTTON INDUSTRY
is a soft fluffy staple fiber that
grows in a ball, or protective capsule,
around the seeds of cotton plants of
the genus Gossypium.
The cotton industry is the business of
spinning and weaving cotton; in Britain
this was an important part of the
3. STEPS INVOLVED
The major steps involved in the
production of cotton textiles are:
Cotton ball harvesting.
Fiber to Fabric.
Output and Delivery.
4. COTTON HARVEST
is from the cotton plant. The
cotton fiber grows around the seed pod
of the plant.
It is natively found in tropical and subtropical regions such as India and
Africa. The fiber is most often spun
into yarn or thread. It is used to make
is a mechanical process that
disentangles, cleans and intermixes
fibers to produce a continuous web.
This is achieved by passing the fibers
between differentially moving surfaces
covered with card clothing. It breaks up
locks and unorganized clumps of fiber
and then aligns the individual fibers to
be parallel with each other
6. YARN SPINNING
is a major part of the textile
industry. It is part of the textile
manufacturing process where three
types of fiber are converted
into yarn, then fabrics, which undergo
finishing processes to become textiles.
The textiles are then fabricated
into clothes or other products.
7. FIBER TO FABRIC
is a rope or string used as a
component of composite materials into
sheets to make products such
as paper or felt.
The strongest engineering materials
are generally made as fibers. Cotton
comes under the category of Natural
8. OUTPUT AND
goods and services are the
outcome of human or nature efforts.
The cotton fabric is supplied to a
department store which offers a wide
range of consumer goods such as
Clothing is fiber and textile material
worn on the body. The wearing of
clothing is mostly restricted to human
beings and is a feature of nearly all