Clothing and textile technologists design, develop and manufacture natural and synthetic yarns, fabrics and textiles.

Textile technologists work with a variety of materials including man-made and natural textiles, leather, fur, plastics and metals. They may be responsible for developing fabrics for furnishings, clothing, household items, medical supplies, or textiles for use within the automotive industry. Responsibilities include:

  • liaising with and providing technical advice to design, marketing, purchasing and production staff
  • creating products in response to given briefs
  • amending designs where necessary
  • producing samples
  • dyeing and printing textiles
  • evaluating, identifying and selecting fabrics/products from suppliers
  • ensuring that products meet set requirements and specifications (eg colour fastness, durability etc)
  • checking products for suitability and testing for performance under various conditions
  • controlling production and quality standards
  • problem solving
  • dealing with customer queries and complaints
  • keeping up to date with trends and innovations

Typical employers

Employers of clothing and textile technologists include manufacturers of industrial textiles, small textile companies, retailers, research and development ...

Read more..



Master of Arts in Fashion Technology

Master of Arts in Fashion Technology

Oct. 26, 2016, 12:12 p.m.

Master of Arts in Fashion Technology is a two year post graduate programme. The course covers all the aspects of designing and technical machine work. Fashion technology mainly comprises of two fields i.e., designing and technical entry. In design..

Read More

Master of Arts in Fashion Design

Master of Arts in Fashion Design

Oct. 26, 2016, 11:57 a.m.

Master of Arts in Fashion Design is a postgraduate Fashion Designing course. Fashion design is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social l..

Read More

Weavers attend ongoing training programme in Manipur

Weavers attend ongoing training programme in Manipur

Oct. 12, 2016, 3:35 p.m.

A weaver training programme of the Kha-Nachou Handloom Cluster Third batch is currently underway in Imphal, Manipur. The training programme has been organised as part of the Skill Development Programme of the Integrated Skill Development Scheme (I..

Read More

Varieties of Clothing Materials

Varieties of Clothing Materials

Sept. 30, 2016, 3:56 p.m.

Clothing is generally made of cloth. There are many different types of cloth, with different names and uses. Main differences between types of cloth include how the cloth was made (woven, knitted, felted, and how those..

Read More


Diploma in Apparel Design and Merchandising

Diploma in Apparel Design and Merchandising

Sept. 29, 2016, 1:20 p.m.

In a world which revolves on creating individual identities, Apparel Design, as an industry perhaps tops the list of opportunities. This programme looks at the core aspects of the industry and is mainly ‘hands-on’ and practical exposur..

Read More

Diploma in Handloom technology

Diploma in Handloom technology

Sept. 29, 2016, 1:07 p.m.

The handloom sector in India is showing a steady progress and the Government of India is also introducing some new plans to further enhance the efficiency, productivity and production of the handloom sector thereby improving the socio-economic sta..

Read More

Textile Engineering- Scope and Career Aspects

Textile Engineering- Scope and Career Aspects

Sept. 26, 2016, 1:57 p.m.

Textile engineering is a division of engineering where the principles of scientific techniques are utilized for manufacturing and development in all types of yarns and textile fabric from textile fibers. It also deals with th..

Read More