Divine Textile and Liberty Knitwear shared their technologies and processes to BTEC students

Abir Basak,   Campus Correspondent      
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For acquiring practical knowledge alongside academic studies, an industrial tour has been held for 3rd year students of Bangabandhu Textile Engineering College (BTEC), Tangail at Divine Textile Ltd. in Gazipur & Liberty Knitwear Ltd. in Narayanganj on 10th & 11th April. About 100 students have participated in the tour.

Figure 1: Students at industry visit.
Figure 1: Students at industry visit.

Anwar Rashid Saikat, Dyeing & Finishing Manager of Divine Textile Ltd. & Mohammad Ali (Pintu), Project Director of Liberty Knitwear Ltd. have welcomed all and described them about the demand of Bangladesh textile in abroad and the activities of both factories.
Students have visited different sections including knit fabric production, knit fabric dyeing, yarn dyeing, finishing, printing, garments, washing and the ETP plant. During the visit, students take idea about the various modern machineries, functionalities and operating systems.
Students were under supervision of Principal Dr. Engr. Md. Ataul Islam, Associate Professor Engr. Abdul Mazid, Lecturer Monowar Hossen and Selim Reza of BTEC.

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