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Textile engineering is involved in the design and development of systems to test and manufacture fibers and fiber products. Textile also refers to the yarns, threads and wools that can be spun, woven, tufted, tied and otherwise used to manufacture cloth. The production of textiles is an ancient art, whose speed and scale of production has been altered almost beyond recognition by mass-production and the introduction of modern manufacturing techniques. An ancient Roman weaver would have no problem recognizing a plain weave, twill, or satin.
Postgraduate courses are available in Textile engineering for graduates in Textile who have cleared the GATE exam.
Those having an BE degree in Textile can take up the M.E course in Textile Engineering.
B.E - Textile