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CTF functions providing platform for innovative developments
Centre for Textile Function was initiated in the year 2007 as an integral part of the textile industry in Shirpur. Main aim of this centre is to bridge the gap between industry and education by industry participation in education.
BTRA focus on eco-management in processing industry
The Bombay Textile Research Association (BTRA) organised an awareness-cum-knowledge sharing conference on sustainable eco-management system in textile processing industry on April 27, 2018 at BTRA office in Mumbai
20% growth in tech textiles vital: Kavita Gupta
The 57th Joint Technological Conference of the four research associations, held at the BTRA Campus, showed a great tilt in its focus towards the emerging areas of textile industry, specifically the technical textiles. The Chief Guest, Dr Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner, struck the keynote for the conference by saying that while Germany has more than 50 per cent of textile products are technical textiles.
ATIRA, BTRA, NITRA & SITRA organise 56th Joint Technological Conference
The 56th Joint Technological Conference was held on December 30, 2015. Present during the event were: Dr Kavita Gupta, Textile Commissioner; M SenthilKumar, Chairman, SIMA; Dr Sharma, Director, ATIRA; Dr Desai, Director, BTRA; Dr Arindam Basu, Director General, NITRA; Dr Prakash Vasudevan, Director, SITRA; among other distinguished delegates.
GSI-BTRA-ASTM organises meet on geosynthetics
G SI India-BTRA-ASTM International jointly organised a seminar-cum-ASTM D35 meeting on ‘Testing, Standards and Applications of Geosynthetics’ on December 2-3, 2015 at The Bombay Textile Research Association (BTRA), Mumbai.
BTRA scientist gets innovation award
Growth Programme 2015, run by Department of Science and Technology (DST), the Government of India, Lockheed Martin Corporation, USA, Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (USSTF), Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
Nonwoven potential huge: ITTA meet
In spite of slowdown in nonwovens, following general economy, the global per capita consumption is expected to grow from 1 kg to 2011 to 2 kg by 2025. And nonwoven and nonwoven-based products find wide applications in personal & healthcare, infrastructure, air & water purification and mobility.