CIRCOT SEMINAR ON 17th December, 2016 on Recent advances in Textile finishing

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  • NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

    Dr. K. Alagusundaram, DDG (Agri. Engg. ), ICAR, N. DelhiDr. S.N. Pandey, President, IFS, MumbaiDr. Kanchan K. Singh, ADG (Engg.) ICAR, N. DelhiDr. S.N. Jha, ADG (P.E.) ICAR, N. DelhiDr. P.R. Roy, Chairman, Diagonal Consulting (India),

    AhmedabadDr. P.G. Patil, Director, ICAR- CIRCOT, MumbaiDr. S. Sreenivasan, former Director, ICAR- CIRCOT,

    MumbaiDr. A.J. Shaikh, former Director, ICAR- CIRCOT, MumbaiDr. R. P. Nachane, Chairman, IFS, Mumbai Shri R. M. Gurjar, Secretary, IFS, MumbaiShri. Ulhas Nimkar, Chairman & MD, NimkarTek Technical

    Services, MumbaiShri K. L. Vidurashwatha, Textile Consultant, MumbaiDr. R.V. Adivarekar, Head, Textiles, ICT, Mumbai

    Organised by

    ICAR- Central Institute for Research on

    Cotton Technology

    &

    Indian Fibre Society

    Venue: Jubilee Hall, ICAR- CIRCOT,Adenwala Road, Matunga, Mumbai 400019

    17 December, 2016

    REGISTRATION FORM

    National Seminar on

    Recent Advances in Textile Finishing

    ICAR- CIRCOT, Jubilee Hall, Adenwala Road, Matunga, Mumbai 400019,

    REGISTRATION FEE

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    Charges upto 25th Nov.

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    Students 750 - 1000 -

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    In favour of Indian Fibre Society, Mumbai

    LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE

    Dr. P.G. Patil, Director, ICAR- CIRCOT, MumbaiDr. R. P. Nachane, Chairman, IFS Shri R. M. Gurjar, Secretary, IFS

    Dr.Sujata Saxena, Joint Secretary, IFS (Convener)Dr. A.S.M. Raja

    Dr. P.K. MandhyanEr. A. K. BharimallaEr. P.S. Deshmukh

    Dr. N. VigneshwaranDr. C. Sundaramoorthy

    Er.A.ArputharajDr. R. D. Nagarkar

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    Designed by : Miss. Aarti B. Ahire, YP-II, TTD

    E mail: saxenasujata@rediffmail.com

    Dr.Su

    NATIONAL SEMINAR ON

    RECENT ADVANCES IN TEXTILE FINISHING

    sujata.saxena@icar.gov.in

    All correspondence should be addressed to

    th17 Dec. 2016

  • INTRODUCTION

    India as a producer and consumer of textiles is a signicant player in the world textile economy with about 63% of the world market share. Apart from the huge domestic market, India is also a prominent exporter of textiles and clothing. This sector contributes 14% to industrial production, 4% to GDP and constitutes 13% of the country's export earnings while providing employment to about 45 million people. According to the World trade statistical review released by World Trade Organization, out of the world export trade of about 732 billion USD in textiles and apparel during the year 2015, India's share was only about 35 billion USD. In spite of the huge raw material base, this low share is due to the lower share of high value textiles such as garments in exported goods. Finishing is the process which adds maximum value to the textiles by improving aesthetics and comfort and imparting functional properties such as easy care, moisture management, oil and water repellent, antimicrobial, ame retardant etc. However, in our country, processing and nishing is the weakest link in the Textile value chain. This sector is highly fragmented with 90% units being in SME category and not equipped with modern technology. It is expected that with the inclusion of Textiles and clothing sector under Make in India campaign of Government of India, this sector would also get the benet of investment and get modernized. This National seminar on Recent Advances in Textile

    thFinishing on 17 Dec. 2016 is being organized at Mumbai by the Indian Fibre Society (IFS), Mumbai and ICAR- CIRCOT, Mumbai to bring together researchers, industry leaders and entrepreneurs to create awareness about the opportunities in this eld and to disseminate knowledge about the recent advances in this area among various stake holders.

    ABOUT ICAR-CIRCOT

    ABOUT INDIAN FIBRE SOCIETY

    Indian Fibre Society (IFS), established in the year 1995 by a team of scientists and technologists is a registered society of textile professionals with its registered ofce at ICAR-CIRCOT, Mumbai. The Society, aims at promoting exchange of information in the eld of textiles and related areas. The membership is spread all over India and there is a duly elected Governing Body to carry out various activities in the eld of bres and textiles. IFS publishes a quarterly News Letter and has organized several national and international workshops, seminars and conferences in textiles and allied elds.

    THEMES

    Latest developments in nishing machinery

    Developments in Functional Finishing of Textiles

    Current developments in nishing chemicals and auxiliaries

    Finishing for protective textiles

    Garment nishing

    Applications of nano and plasma technology in textile nishing

    Use of natural substances for eco friendly nishing

    Environmental issues and eco standards in nishing

    Performance evaluation and quality control of nished textiles

    CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS

    Authors are requested to submit their papers containing original research work/ critical reviews on the above themes for oral/poster presentation at the seminar. It is proposed to have a lead lecture from an eminent speaker/industry leader in each technical session followed by contributed papers. Abstracts of the papers should be submitted on or before November 7, 2016. These should be of about 500 words, typed in Times New Roman with 1.5 line spacing and 10 font size. Authors should submit their email addresses, mobile numbers and other contact details. Acceptance of the abstracts would be conveyed by November 14, 2016 and full papers should be submitted by December 5, 2016. All papers accepted for oral presentation would be published in the Book of Papers. Submission of abstracts and papers by email would be highly appreciated.

    ACCOMODATION

    It would be difcult to provide accommodation at the institute Guest House due to limited availability. If requested well in advance with payment of tariff for one day, accommodation can be arranged in nearby guest houses/ City hotels for which the tariff varies from Rs. 1500-3500/- per day per person on sharing basis. Participants can directly contact Dr. R. D. Nagarkar for accommodation on his email address ravinagarkar@rediffmail.com or mobile no. 09969320749.

    ADVERTISEMENT RATES

    A souvenir is being brought out on this occasion which would be distributed free among the participants. Interested organizations may advertise their products / services in the souvenir. Complementary copies would be sent to the organizations placing the advertisements. Tariffs for the advertisements are listed below:

    Half page B/W- Rs. 7,000/-

    Full page B/W- Rs. 12,000/-

    Full page colour- Rs. 20,000/-

    Back page colour- Rs. 30,000/-

    Inside front/ back page colour- Rs. 25,000/-

    Sponsors and Full page colour advertisers would be provided two free registrations and Full page B/W advertisers would be provided one free registration.

    Abstract Submission 7th November 2016

    Notification of Acceptance 14th November, 2016

    Full paper submission 5th December, 2016

    Concessional registration Upto 25th November, 2016

    Seminar Date 17th December 2016

    Important Dates

    Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra state, once a well known textile hub is now considered to be the nancial capital of India. There are a number of tourist attractions in and around Mumbai.

    ABOUT MUMBAI

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