Syllabus of B.Sc. in Textile Engineering | General Admission Procedure and Entry Requirements of B.Sc. in Textile Engineering Course of Bangladesh

Admission to the Government Textile Engineering Colleges are highly competitive and needs a high academic attainment in S.S.C and H.S.C level. Selection of the student for admission is made through admission test of 200 marks. Students get a chance to take admission according to merit.

The entry requirements for admission test are:
  • Applicant must be permanent citizen of Bangladesh.
  • Applicant must be from science background having minimum GPA 4.0(without fourth subject) in SSC or equivalent and minimum GPA 4.0 (without fourth subject) in HSC or equivalent exam. Applicant must have average GPA 4.5 and individually GPA 3.5 in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics at HSC or equivalent level.
  • GEC holder applicant must have average B grade in 5 subjects in O-Level and secure average B-grade in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the A-Level but D grade is not accepted.
  • Are not applicable for previous year students
  • Some seats are reserved for the freedom fighter and tribal communities.
Note: Admission requirements depend on University or Colleges. It is changeable. 
Syllabus of B.Sc. in Textile Engineering

Normally Bangladeshi Government Textile Engineering Colleges offer four-year B.Sc. in Textile Engineering program with specialization in
  1. Yarn Manufacturing Technology
  2. Fabric Manufacturing Technology
  3. Wet Processing Technology
  4. Apparel Manufacturing Technology
  5. Fashion & Design Technology
First Year
The first-year syllabus consists of pure science in addition to some basic concepts of Textile Engineering.
  1. Physics-1
  2. Physics-2
  3. Chemistry-1
  4. Chemistry-2
  5. Mathematics-1
  6. Mathematics-2
  7. Textile Raw Material-1
  8. Polymer Science
  9. Language English
  10. Business English
  11. Engineering Drawing
  12. Engineering Material and Practices
Second year
From second-year and onward, students acquire wide range of theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of Textile Engineering which equip them for future employment. Subject offered in second year are:
  1. Yarn Manufacturing-1
  2. Fabric Manufacturing-1
  3. Wet Processing-1
  4. Garments Manufacturing-1
  5. Fabric Structure and Design
  6. Textile Raw Material-2
  7. Textile Physics-1
  8. Textile Testing and Quality Control-1
  9. Statistics
  10. Elements of Electrical Engineering and Electronics
  11. Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  12. Computer Science & Engineering
Third Year
Subjects offered in third year:
  1. Yarn Manufacturing-2 (Short staple)
  2. Yarn Manufacturing-3 (Long staple)
  3. Fabric Manufacturing-2 (Weaving)
  4. Fabric Manufacturing-3 (Knitting & non-woven)
  5. Wet Processing-2 (Dyeing)
  6. Wet Processing-3 (Printing & Finishing)
  7. Garments Manufacturing-2 (Assembling & Finishing)
  8. Garments Manufacturing-3 (Fashion & Design)
  9. Textile Physics-2
  10. Textile Testing and Quality Control-2
  11. Industrial Management
Fourth year
In the fourth- or final-year students have to choose group of subjects for specialization. Subjects offered in fourth year:
  1. Advanced Yarn / Fabric / Wet Processing / Garments Manufacturing/ Physiological Aspect of Clothing
  2. Special Yarn / Fabric / Wet Processing / Garments Manufacturing/ Fashion Marketing
  3. Utility services and Maintenance of Textile Machinery/ Fashion Illustration & Collection
  4. Application of Computer in Textile
  5. Textile Testing and Quality Control-3
  6. Production Planning and Control
  7. Accounting
  8. Marketing
  9. Project Work
  10. Industrial Attachment
  11. Comprehensive Viva
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