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First MSc in Textile Engr. batch from NITER graduated in June 2020

First MSc in Textile Engr. batch from NITER graduated in June 2020. Honorable Advisor of NITER, Prof. Dr. Mohammed Mizanur Rahman, and Principal (In-charge) Dr. Engr. A.K.M. Faridul Azad congratulated the first MSc batch of NITER on completing their M.Sc. in Textile Engineering degree within the stipulated 1.5 years at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Dhaka.

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Figure: Graduated students of M. Sc in Textile Engineering.

It was not easy during this ongoing pandemic, but it was made possible thanks to the cooperation of the University of Dhaka and the efforts of the honorable Advisor of NITER.

The M.Sc. in Textile Engineering program at the University of Dhaka’s Faculty of Engineering and Technology is a full-time 1.5-year (3-semester) regular program that employs the best methods to provide students with the most up-to-date technologies while also balancing theoretical aspects in the fields of textiles, fashion design, and management, among others. It concentrated on high-tech areas that addressed important national and global issues.

The program provides a variety of platforms for students to participate in innovation and research activities aimed at taking the textile industry to the next level. The M.Sc. program in Textile Engineering consists of 36 credits.

NITER has a capacity of 40 students for M.Sc. in Textile Engineering students. A bachelor degree in textile engineering/ textile technology/ fashion design/ fashion technology/ apparel manufacturing/ knitting technology with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 or equivalent is necessary for the M.Sc. program admission.

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