1. Department of Textile and Fibre Engineering - Indian Institute of Technology Delhihttp://textile.iitd.ac.in/
Founded in 1961, the department marked the establishment of IIT Delhi with a mission of conducting world-class research and providing quality education. It is the only department in the whole of IIT system and is one of the few worldwide with a dedicated focus on teaching and research in textile and fibre engineering. The only department that imparts education and conducts research in all major areas of textiles vis. polymers & fibres, yarn, fabric, nonwovens, and chemical processing
Official website and Programmes: http://textile.iitd.ac.in/programs.php
2. Department of Textile Engineering - Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodarahttps://images.collegedunia.com/
The department was established in 1953, under the Faculty of Technology & Engineering, Baroda. Prior to this the department existed since 1890, offering certificate courses. Diploma courses (LTM) were offered from 1933, which is still continued as D.T.T. Thus the department is one of the oldest departments of the Textile Courses.
Now, the department offers the graduate courses in Textile Engineering and Textile Technology. The department offers a postgraduate degree in Textile Engineering since 1964 and postgraduate course in Man-Made fibres since 1998.
Official wesbsite : https://www.msubaroda.ac.in/Academics/Department
3. Department of Textile Technology - LD College of Engineering, Ahmedabad
Textile Technology is the study of various principles from engineering and scientific methodologies which are required for the processing and production of all kinds of textile fabric and yarns from textile fibers. This discipline involves extensive study of chemical and physical principles, which is then utilized for the detailed study and analysis of the behavior of polymers involved in the formation of textile fiber. Considered to be the most innovative field in a scientific realm, Textile Engineering includes research and development, manufacturing, and merchandising.
Fashion is an industry that will never go out of fashion. Hence, one can expect a speedy growth in textile industry. In fact, the textile is one of the flourishing industries, catering to the needs and demands of both domestic and international markets. Textile Engineering demands a lot of research, creativity and innovation, considering the demand for fashionable attire. Textile Technology Department in L.D.C.E covers modern spinning and weaving technology, garment manufacturing technology, fiber science, physical testing, computer-aided designing, and wet processing design.
The official website for Programmes and courses: http://ldce.ac.in/departments/textile-technology