Mumbai : SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), a deemed-to-be University commences admissions for SVKM’S NMIMS, MPSTME, Centre for Textile Functions (CTF) for its Diploma in Textile Technology (DTT) programme of 3 years’ duration in Shirpur Campus.
Centre for Textile Functions started in 2007 as an integral part of Shirpur Textile Industry with the great vision of Shri Amrish R Patel, Chancellor, SVKM’s NMIMS – Deemed-to-be-University. Centre for Textile Functions is the only institute in India where the “See & Learn, Work & Learn” pedagogy is adopted for giving holistic development in the learning process for the students.
Indian Textile industry is growing at a faster rate and needs qualified technicians for its sustainability in the competitive world. CTF is a pioneer in creating a strong cadre of professional managers, confident in facing the emerging challenges in the Textile Industry at the national and international levels. The perfect blend of technical and functional areas of management in the curriculum along with the congenial environment of the institute provides ample opportunity to learn and enrich their knowledge and also improve their skills in the field of textile management.
CTF students are analytically and technically sound persons. The courses, conducted here as part of the curriculum, help strengthen the students’ ability to efficiently approach problems and bring out amicable solutions. They believe in more industrial exposure to the students for their better understanding and development. Our focus is to bridge the gap between education and industry and they have introduced various concepts like, “See & Learn, Work & Learn” and “Mentoring”.
On the announcement of this year’s admission process, Dr Akshay Malhotra, Director, SVKM’s NMIMS, Shirpur Campus, said “The industry is moving at an unprecedented pace with the current digital explosion, hence partnerships between industry and academia are becoming increasingly critical in advancing research and knowledge, as well as developing a trained workforce, in today’s world. We are highly delighted to collaborate with all our partners to further the agenda of building a holistic learning environment for all our students and equipping them with industry-led exposure”.
“We are eternally grateful to all our partners for extending a collaborative hand with us. This will aid in enhancing and strengthening the academic learnings with industry applications for a future-ready workforce. Industry-institute linkage will pave the way for various activities like exposure visits, understanding of digital applications in the industry, industry-led scholarships, research & development along with imparting practical knowledge of the industry. The exposure will uplift students’ learning and develop technical abilities which will be critical in a transnational future of work”, said Dr Arup Rakshit, Associate Dean- CTF, MPSTME, Shirpur Campus.
Diploma in Textile Technology (DTT) – is a 3-year programme that delivers students a comprehensive exposure to all areas of textile manufacturing (spinning, weaving, knitting & processing) including Synthetic Fibres, Technical Textile and Garmenting. Quality aspects and management of the textile industry are an integral part of the curriculum to equip students with decision-making capacity. 10th / 12th pass students with a minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate are eligible for the programme. To secure admission, students should submit duly filled-in Admission Forms at School along with Xerox copies of documents (Mark sheet, Transfer Certificate, ID Proof (AADHAR) and 2 PP photos or can go for online registration @ www.bit.ly/33Ix3ju. Post-registration the above procedure needs to be done for the completion of the admission process.
Teaching and Learning Process – In most of the subjects, there will be theory and practical classes. There are approximately 32 to 35 contact hours per week. Later the second-year students would be offered In-plant training of 2 months in modern textile industries. During the training, the students are allotted small industry-based project work guided by industry mentors and faculty members. Students are required to maintain a minimum of 80% attendance in the classes for every subject and must complete all the term work prescribed for the subjects.
Website – https://engineering-shirpur.nmims.edu/academics/programmes/diploma-in-textile-functions/diploma-in-textile-technology/