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Exhibition at BUFT shows implementation of waste polymer and garments

Students of the department of textile engineering (batch 191) of BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology (BUFT), organized an exhibition on the implementation of waste polymer and garments at BUFT permanent campus.

BUFT shows implementation of waste polymer
Figure 1: Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan, VC (acting) was visiting the exhibition.

The exhibition was supervised by Rois Uddin Mahmud, Lecturer, Dept. of Textile Engineering, where more than 200 undergraduate students put on display their products.

The exhibition–which was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Engr. Ayub Nabi Khan, VC (acting); Prof. Dr. Abu Bakr Siddique, Dean, (Faculty of Textile Engineering) – touched its peak as a large number of people, including students from all departments, Faculties and officers visited the exhibition.

Rois Uddin expressed, “Waste materials is not a curse for the society, nowadays it is the wealth for the society! According to the United Nations, we dump around 2.12 million tons of waste every year. Among these, a big portion of the waste is from textile materials.”

“400,000 tons of waste garments is produced in Bangladesh every year. So, if we can produce value-added products from these waste products then it will help us to enhance our vision of 2021 to get $50 billion.”

He also included that BUFT tries to make skillful graduates who want to develop themselves as an entrepreneur rather than only doing a job in a factory.

BUFT exhibition on implementation of waste polymer and garments
Figure 2: Diversified products were exhibited at the event.

The students exhibited their creative and innovative ideas by implement waste polymer and garments. Students displayed their products and mesmerized the visitors with their presentations. Faculties and visitors praised the innovative ideas, hard work and creativity of the students.

Diversified products including denim belts, denim sandals, denim wall clock, photo frame, water fountain, lamps, pillows, flower stand, hanging holder, earring hanger etc. were displayed at the exhibition.

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