Separate textile education department is required

About 5% of Bangladesh’s foreign income comes from the corresponding sector. However, there is a shortage of skilled workers in the country’s textile sector. There is an organization called the Textile Department of the Ministry of Textiles and Jute to oversee the country’s textile sector. The Textile Department currently performs four types of operations: recording and monitoring home purchases within the country, II. Registering and monitoring garment factories in different regions of the country. Registering and monitoring the various textile sectors – yarn factories, yarn factories, yarn factories and textile factories – in the country. Create and manage SSC, diplomas and textile engineering institutes for graduate studies to create skilled workers in the textile sector according to the country’s request.

Currently, under Textile Management, College of Textile Engineering, Babna, College of Textile Engineering, Jurarjang, Mercury, Chittagong, College of Textile Engineering, Begamjang, Nawakhali, Shahid Abdul Robb, Kerniabat College of Textile Engineering, Punjabahi, Bengal. , Tangail, Sheikh Kamal Textile Engineering, Jhin Idah, Dr. MA Wazed Mia Textile Engineering College, Bergang, Rangpur are seven institutions.

Additionally, Sheikh Rehana College of Textile Engineering, Gopalganj, Sheikh Hasina College of Textile Engineering, Melandah, Jamalpur, Sheikh Hasina College of Textile Engineering, Shephar, Madaripur, Sheikh Russell College of Textile Engineering, Sylhet, Shahid Syed Nasr Isler, Textile Engineering, College of Engineering Weaving, these six institutions are in the making. Additionally, textile institutes at diploma level under Textile Management, Bajitpur, Tangail, Textile Institute, Ramigachi, Natore, Textile Institute, Almonagar, Rangpur, Textile Institute, Bangladesh, Textile Institute, Textile Institute, Bangladesh, Khulna has seven Companies.

In addition, Sunamganj Textile Institute, Sunamganj, Faridpur Textile Institute, Faridpur, Sylhet Textile Institute, Sylhet, Bahula Fabric Institute, Bahula, Sheikh Russell Textile Institute, Madarjang, Jamsurjit, Shahjamanti Shahid, Anjut Shahid, Anjut Shahid. Sirajganj, Lalmonirhat Textile Institute, Lalmonir Smart, Narayanganj Textile Institute, Narayanganj, Kushtia Textile Institute, Kushtia, Barisal Textile Institute, Vinay, Saharasti Textile Institute, Saharasti, Netrokona Textile Institute, Netrokona, Jessore Textile Institute, Jhurhuroe joe, jhurhuroe joe, The establishment of these twenty institutes, Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib Textile Institute, Kabirhat, Noakhali, Tex Tile Institute, Rupganj, Sherpur Textile Institute, Sherpur. Professional textile institute at SSC Professional level in the country under the Department of Textile, 21 Champaknagar, Kumilla, Atatiole, Lakshmipur, Sharpangla Road, Gulamari, Khulna, Malikhanagar, Sirajdikhan, Munshijang, Chandigarh, Narayanangang, Chandigarh, Nara.

Ghazipur, Kamalapur, Beit Aman, Faridpur, Khurrampur, Acura, Paria, Arnakula, Ishwardi, Babna, Adara Shabara, Bangla Bazar, Gaibanda, Chudo Chaudhary Road, South Katali, Chittagong, Berapur, Dinuri, Maria, 28, Arddar Patti, Galakathi , Ramo, Cox’s Bazar, Sharbalamuna, Barguna, Gurapungur, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Barguna, Pakshigang, Jamalpur, Shaikhati, Babatala, Lubbour Natore Bagerhat, Shalban, Khagrachari, Rajiphari, Sipban Talgachi, Shahjadpur, Sirajganj, South Lindipur, Rangamati, Krishnapur, Manohardi, Narsingdi, Razakpur, Naogaon, Banani, Bogra, Taherpur, Mapap Alipal Midi, Bahawalia, Thapar, Raipur, Tangail, Gafurgaon, Mymensingh, Ramigachi and Natore companies have 26 companies and 5 others in preparation.

It may not be possible to complete this huge process through the textiles department.

 But now, due to the generalized activities of the Textile Department, it is not possible to provide a timely service. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary to create an educational cell for the Textile Department, separate from the Textile Department, and a separate institution called the Textile Education Department. Because there is a need to establish textile institutes in every region in the future. In addition, it may be necessary to establish a textile vocational institute in each upazila region in the future to increase the rate of technical education in the country. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary to create a separate department for the teaching of fabric.

It is worth noting here that the government has already established a separate health education department to promote health education in the health sector. In the future, private textile companies, such as the Ministry of Technical Education, may also be required to integrate textile education institutions into MPO organizations by forming a “Human Resources Framework and MPO Policy for Private Educational Institutions (Textile Engineering)” under the Textile Education Department. At present, there are about 6 textile educational institutions at diploma level in Bangladesh Technical Education Council, like other private educational institutions, which require registration in MPO. In addition, many National University institutes hold a Bachelor’s degree in Textile Science, a Bachelor’s degree in Apparel Technology technology, a Bachelor’s degree in Knitwear manufacturing technology, and a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Technology and Design, which also requires MPO.

Textile engineering degree courses are taught at institutes of many public universities, including Rajshahi University, which also requires a future MPO. Therefore, creating a textile education department is absolutely necessary. At present, although a large amount of labor is being spent from the textile companies in the country, they cannot provide adequate service in the field of employment. On the contrary, we must employ skilled workers from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka at the expense of foreign currencies. Due to the shortage of skilled workers, our textile industry cannot provide good international services, which is one of the reasons behind our textile education system. In our country, the average quality textile engineer has to study all aspects of the textile sector, i.e. the textile, on the other hand, any part of the textile industry, including India, is offered as a technology. As a result, they are very qualified in the subject they are studying, on the other hand, we are aware of the whole issue, so we cannot be well trained anywhere, and therefore, we cannot provide sufficient service in the labor market.

Therefore, middle-class textile engineers will have to launch technology that relies on various sub-sectors dependent on the labor market. In addition, according to the Bangladesh Technical Education Board, the Diploma in Textile Engineering Curricula must be suspended and all textile-related technologies must be linked to the diploma in engineering curricula. reachable. For example, in the case of garment technology in the apparel sector, an engineering diploma (textile garment manufacturing technology) must be written. The proposed techniques can be incorporated based on many sub-divisions of textiles, in either general or private applied arts.

As a result, the country will be able to bridge the shortage of qualified middle-quality textile engineers. Additionally, to create skilled workers in the textile sector, new professions must be launched in light of NTVQF Professionals at SSC and HSC Professional level. , Embroidery fabrics, embroidery manufacturing, knitting textiles, manufacturing cannabis sweaters in fabric, manufacturing and cutting textile and textile patterns, finishing from textiles and garments, dyeing fabrics, finishing from fabrics, textiles, garments, marketing of textile garments, and more. As a result, the shortage of skilled workers in the textile sector will be eliminated.

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