Textile Department

Welcome to Textile Department

Textile Engineering deals with the application of scientific and engineering principles to the design and control of all aspects of fibre, textile and apparel processes, products, and machinery. The curriculum for this course includes natural and man-made materials, interaction of materials with machines and the other engineering disciplines such as mechanical and electrical engineering. Additionally textile engineers are given experience and practice on job training.

Textile Department


To become a recognized University by offering engineering education and research opportunity to produce well-rounded and qualified engineers who are able to communicate effectively and conduct ethically in their professions


  1. To offer the youths of the region quality engineering education, good research practices and innovative skills

  2. To generate a good learning environment that favours effective University Industry links for the students

  3. To nurture the well-rounded engineers who can take a good leadership role and get effective communication skill through teamwork, collaboration and cooperation with the diverse engineering institutions

  4. To educate the qualified engineers who are committed to assuming ethical responsibilities and making continual improvement of their engineering professions.

No Research Title Location Year
1 Dyeability of Lotus Fabric with Natural Dyes Department of Textile Engineering, TU (Monywa) 2019-2020
2 Investigation on the Effect of Softeners on Dyed Cotton Fabrics Department of Textile Engineering, TU (Monywa) 2020-2021
3 Dyeability of Cotton Fabric with Natural Dyes by using Natural Mordants Department of Textile Engineering, TU (Monywa) 2020-2021
First Year (Textile)
1M-11011 & M-12011
2E-11011 & E-12011English
3EM-11001 & EM-12001Engineering Mathematics I & II
4ECh-11011 & ECh-11011Engineering Chemistry
5EPh-11011 & EPh-12011Engineering Physics
6ME 11011 & ME 12011
Basic Engineering Drawing
7TE-11011 & TE-12011
Introduction to Textile Engineering I
Second Year (Textile)
1E-21011 & E-22011
2EM-21003 & EM-22004Engineering Mathematics III & IV
3ME-21015 & ME-22015Engineering Mechanic
4ME-21012 & ME-22012Workshop Technology
5EP-21013 & EP-22013Applied Electrical Engineering I & II
6ECh-21011 & ECh-22011Organic Chemistry
7TE-21016 & TE-22016Textile Fibre Microscopy I & II
Third Year (Textile)
2EM-31005 & EM-32006Engineering Mathematics V & VI
3ME-31034 & ME-32034 Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals
4TE-31012 & TE-32012 Cotton Yarn Technology I & II
5TE-31013 & TE-32013Weaving Technology I & II
6TE-31018 & TE-31018 Bleaching and Dyeing of Textile Materials I & II
7TE-31028 & TE-31028 Textile Polymer Science I & II
Fourth Year (Textile)
1E-41011 & E-42011

2EM-41007 & EM-42008 Engineering Mathematics VII
3ME-41031 & ME-42031 Design of Machine Elements
4TE-41022 & TE-42022
Cotton Yarn Technology III & IV
5TE-41023 & TE-42023 Weaving Technology III & IV
6TE-41014 & TE-42014
Fabric Design I & II
7TE-41038 & TE-42038 Textile Printing I & II
8TE 42021 Textile Engineering Project
Fifth Year (Textile)
1ME-51028 & ME-52028 Engineering Management
2TE-51032 & TE-52032Mill Organization
3TE-51033 & TE-52033 Knitting Technology I & II
4TE-51024 & TE-52024 Fabric Analysis I & II

5TE-51015 & TE-52015 Garment Technology I & II
6TE-51026 & TE-52026 Physical Textile Testing and Quality Control I & II
7TE-51048 & TE-52048Textile Finishing I & II

8TE- 52031 Integrated Design Project
Sixth Year (Textile)

Programming Language in C++
2HSS-61011 Humanities and Social Science
Textile Costing and Management
4TE-61019 Technical Textiles (Elective I)
5TE-61025 Industrial Engineering in Apparel Production (Elective II)
6TE 62041

Internship Training
7TE 62051 Graduation Thesis

Industrial Training

Students from first year to third year are required to take 4-week on job training at suitable factories or industries, and to submit a training report on the details of the training after final examination.

Specialized Fields

(1) Textile Materials and Fibre Microscopy
(2) Yarn Forming Technology
(3) Fabric Forming Technology
(4) Textile Finishing Technology
(5) Garment Technology
(6) Physical Textile Testing and Quality Control
(7) Textile Costing and Management
(8) Technical Textiles


(1) Fibre Microscopy Laboratory

(2) Yarn and Fabric Forming Laboratory

(3) Dyeing and Finishing Laboratory

(4) Garment Laboratory

(5) Textile Testing and Quality Control Laboratory

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  1. To produce skillful engineer who can apply engineering science and principles to solve complex engineering problems with the aids of modern engineering tools to contribute to the advancement of Textile Engineering knowledge and practice.
  2. To implement engineer who is able as a leader or member with the communication and management capability for succeeding in their careers.
  3. To pursue engineer who grows through moral, social, ethical and environmental aspects, health and safety, and continuous learning attitude.

Graduate Attributes (GAs)

The Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. At the end of six years programme, the graduates will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and Textile Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Identify, formulate and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and sciences.
  3. Design solutions for complex engineering problems, systems and components that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, society and environment.
  4. Conduct investigation into complex problems using engineering knowledge.
  5. Apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering tools for solving complex engineering problems.
  6. Apply the contextual knowledge to assess society, health and safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  7. Understand the sustainability and impact of complex Textile Engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts.
  8. Apply the professional and ethical responsibilities.
  9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader of a team.
  10. Communicate effectively on engineering activities with the capability to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Understand engineering management principles to manage projects.
  12. Recognise the need for independently lifelong learning.

Contact Textile Department :

Email: textile.tumwa@gmail.com