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Are you planning to make a career in textiles? Looking out for which courses to study and what job roles are offered? Here it is, on this page you will find what the textile field is all about, and the variety of courses you can choose from. After going through the job opportunities you may find textile a suitable career choice.

Course overview

The textile industry is growing globally and there are many job opportunities to candidates who have studied textile courses. If you have a creative streak and love to combine colors, fabrics and shapes to sketch/ sew your own designs, or track styles going in and out of vogue, then textile must just be the career option for you.
Government and private institutes offer a variety of courses at various levels. You can take up a graduate or a post graduate degree in textile management, textile technology, textile designing. The diploma and post diploma courses include textile management, textile designing, apparel management, home textile management, textile and clothing etc.


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Textile Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Textile courses for 2024 - 2025 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Textile course.

  1. B.Des. Textile Design
  2. B.E. Textile Processing
  3. B.E. Textile Technology
  4. B.Sc. Textile Design
  5. B.Tech. Fashion Technology
  6. B.Tech. Fibres and Textiles Processing Technology
  7. B.Tech. in Jute Technology
  8. B.Tech. Silk Technology
  9. B.Tech. Textile Engineering / Textile Technology
  10. B.Text. (Bachelor of Textile)
  11. Certification Computer Aided Textile Design
  12. Certification Computer Aided Textiles Designing
  13. Certification Design & Pattern Making for Ethnic Apparel
  14. Certification Dyeing Printing & Surface Techniques on Textiles
  15. Certification Fashion Designing
  16. Certification Surface Ornamentation on Textiles
  17. Certification Textile Development for Fashion (TDF)
  18. Dip. Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  19. Diploma in Textile Designing & CAD
  20. Diploma Textile Chemistry
  21. Diploma Textile Design
  22. Diploma Textile Processing
  23. Diploma Textile Technology
  24. M.B.A. Textile Management
  25. M.F.Tech.
  26. M.Sc. Clothing & Textiles
  27. M.Sc. Textile Chemistry
  28. M.Tech. Textile Technology
  29. P.G. Certificate in Home Textiles Management
  30. P.G. Diploma Textile Management
  31. Ph.D. Textile Technology

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Textile courses cover subjects ranging from manufacturing to marketing and also includes textile designing, management of processing and production in textiles, modern textiles, dyeing processes, textile marketing, fabric structures, design, form, color, 3D structuring and shape , history, sociology and economics of clothing and textiles, market research. A few specialized fields in this domain are textile marketing, sales promotion, digital marketing, online sales, textile fabric production, advances in textile production, entrepreneurship, CAD in textiles, textile branding, textile conservation, textile retail management etc.

Once you complete a suitable textile course, you can get an entry level job in textile, apparel or allied industry The entry level jobs are in product development, production, testing, quality control, marketing, sales, merchandising, textile design, dye master, technician, textile fiber analyst, textile conservator, research and development, store manager, retail manager, textile designer, textile technologist, etc. Else you could choose to set up own designs and production and display them in an outlet or participate in exhibitions. A career in textiles is evergreen, and there will always be demand for skilled manpower not only in India but also globally.