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  • 1. STRENGTH OF TEXTILES In Bangladesh Perspective Md. Sanuwar Rashid, Senior Lecturer, SEU
  • 2. H.S.C Exam 2011 Appeared Students: And the pass rate is75.08%: Students passed the HSC exam are 5,74,261. It does mean that nearly 600000 Students would search for university admission. Intensive competition in varsity admission
  • 3. Choice for competitive future:
  • 4. Engineering segments to choose: Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Textile Engineering Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Architecture
  • 5. From Where the civilization Started Hand picking of cotton Back strap weaving Hand Spinning
  • 6. Where we are now / up to what we are
  • 7. Journey towards future
  • 8. Textile genius who are behind the evolvement of human culture and foster the growth of modernism.
  • 9. Strengths of Textile Sector : Bangladesh perspective Weaving Mills: 750 Spinning Mills: 377 Knitting Mills: 2800 Dyeing & Finishing Mills: 320 Garment Factories: 4800 Source: ITET Journal, 2009 & Daily star, 10th August 2011
  • 10. *Source: president, BTMA on 10th August in interview with the daily star.
  • 11. Source: A N M Ahmed ullah, Doctoral Research, 2011
  • 12. •Currently Bangladesh holds more than 4.5 percent share in the global clothing exportmarket and positioned itself as 2nd largest garment exporting country in terms of value after China. •Bangladesh has already been a USD 20 billion industry. •In fact, RMG export accounted for 78% of the total export of Bangladesh in FY 2009-10. Primary source: Bangladesh Bank, January 2011
  • 13. A well balanced growth rate both in Knitting & Weaving Primary source: Bangladesh Bank, January 2011
  • 14. •At present Bangladesh exports RMG to around 90 countries in the world which include USA, Canada, Germany, UK, France, Italy and Turkey. October to December period of 2010 •Bangladesh has a quota to export only 10 million garment pieces to India and it took just 6 months for the country to exhaust the quota set by the Indian government. As a result of the quotas, Bangladesh's RMG export to India is only worth $35 million compared to $20 billion in RMG exports worldwide. Primary source: Bangladesh Bank, January 2011 Daily Star; 2-11-12; RMG industry: a bright spot
  • 15. Challenge for Future Textile Engineer: •Bangladesh focuses mainly on low cost basic items and lags behind major competitors such as China and Vietnam in terms of product diversification. •Major portions of Bangladesh's exports are shirts, blouses, T-shirt, pullovers and these products are produced mainly to cater to middle and lower market segments of US and EU. • It is notable that Bangladesh produces very limited categories of expensive and fashion oriented garments. You, the future Textile Engineer, would incline your talent towards smart textile technology to foster the Growth of RMG sectors.
  • 16. 5 million workers are currently employed and 50% of them are female worker from rural areas.
  • 17. Despite many difficulties like  inefficiencies  port and transport, low supply of electricity and gas rising cotton price
  • 18. Today's Excellence in Textile Engineering: •The shoe changes the level of cushioning according to the user’s weight and speed, and the terrain. •A magnetic sensor in the shoe monitor changes in weight, pace and surface 1000 times per second and send the information to a microprocessor •The microprocessor capable for 5 million calculations per second analyses the input and, if necessary, sends instructions to the shoe’s “muscle” •A motor-driven cable system connected to a cushioning cylinder in the heel changes then the cushioning
  • 19. PHASE CHANGE MATERIALS (PCM) OUTLAST COMFORTEMP THERMASORB PARAFFIN WAX
  • 20. SHAPE MEMORY MATERIALS DIAPLEX
  • 21. CHROMIC MATERIALS MATERIALS THAT CHANGE COLOR REVERSIBLY DUE TO: • Light (photochromic) • Heat (thermochromic) • Electricity (electrochromic) • Pressure (piezochromic) Thermochromic inks Liquid crystals Photochromic inks • Liquid (solvatechromic) • Electron beam (carsolchromic)
  • 22. CONDUCTIVE TEXTILES Transmitting signals (textile networks) Transforming signals (textile sensors and actuators)
  • 23. Weather proof Clothing SPYDER SKI JACKET ADIDAS-POLAR PROJECT Weather proof entertainment center Fusion
  • 24. THE HUG SHIRT http://current.com/items/76371842/the_hug_shirt.htm
  • 25. POLYMERIC OPTICAL FIBERS ILLUMINATION ** SENSORS ** TRANSMITTING SIGNALS France telecom Luminex
  • 26. Philips unveils photonic textiles Photonic Textiles from Phillips. Applied in soft fabric, the light from the small pixels diffuses, resulting in a more or less continuous light-emitting soft surface
  • 27. FASHION APPLICATIONS Illuminated dress for time keeping Lightning dress Shape change by remote control
  • 28. McKinsey & Company, a trusted consultant for many of the world's influential businesses and institutions, has done a case study that reviews Bangladesh's garment growth formula. It predicts that the country's apparel exports will double by 2015 and nearly triple within a 10-year horizon Source: Daily Star; 17-12-2011; McKinsey predicts RMG exports to double by 2
  • 29. What we need to do is to be a striver of excellence to grasp them. WE HOPE THAT YOUR ENTHUSIASM, COUPLE D WITH IN-HOUSE ENVIRONMENT OF SOUTHEAST UNIVERSITY, WILL PROVE YOU FIT FOR THE CHALLENGE OF
  • 30. Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things and no good thing ever dies . (Taken from Swashank Redemption) Hoping that you will find your destination somewhere in Globalized Apparel Supply Chain