• Textile Technology course is tagged as rare Engineering course for studies but it is the second core sector after agriculture in India.
  • The textile sector employs about 35 million people. It is only second after agriculture in employability.
  • The employability share of textiles in India is 21%. This sector is expected to employ around 50 to 60 million people in the next five years.
  • The Textile Sector contributes around 14% to Industrial production, 4% to GDP and 17% to country exports.
  • The Textile Industry is growing at 9 to 10 % with Indian economy.
  • Indian Textile Industry presently enjoys a share of 4.7% in world market of Textiles and Clothing.
  • India is second largest Textiles producer in the World with strong cotton base. It is second largest in silk, cellulosic fibres/yarn, raw cotton and fourth in synthetic fibre/yarn in world rankings.
  • Supply chain in textiles – Indian Textile and clothing Industry has one of most complex and long supply chain in the world. It includes
Ginning →Spinning→Weaving/Knitting→Processing→Apparel making →Merchandising/Retailing.
  • If the supply chain is long then it directly correlates more employability of man power.
  • In Andhra Pradesh Textile sector is dominated by handlooms and Spinning mills. The spinning mills are mainly located in Guntur, Krishna, East Godavari, Chittoor and in Ananthapur districts.
  • The Textile Diploma holder in the spinning sector of Andhra Pradesh enters as trainee supervisor and within 15 to 20 years reachs to the post of General Manager of spinning mill.
  • The salaries at entry level are ten to twelve thousand per month and average salary of General Manager in mills is 1.5 lakh per month.

Our labs

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This lab facilitates the students to learn, understand and practice the Technology for gaining knowledge about software related to Textile Industry. • Through this lab students will gain experience about different softwares related to Textile Technology which will be helpful in future.

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Through this lab the student will able to create design, draft and peg plan of different fabrics by analyzing them. • Also provides the data about fabric, and the purpose for which the fabric is to be used.

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Yarn Manufacturing Lab

In this lab the student can be able to learn and understand about various mechanisms and machines used in yarn making.

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Fabric Manufacturing Lab

The lab deals with different mechanisms of weaving machines involved in fabric manufacturing. The students operate looms to learn the working of mechanisms.

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Textile Chemical Processing Lab

The lab provides practical knowledge about pre treatments of yarn and fabric for dyeing. And also dyeing of yarn and fabric by using various types of dyes

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Textile Testing Lab

The lab provides practical knowledge of testing and evaluation of data for fibres, yarn and fabric specifications.

Our Events


  • Our students Participated in POLYTECHFEST – 2018 DISTRICT LEVEL COMPETETION.
  • Recently celebrated FAREWELL DAY AND FRESHERS DAY grandly.