BS Textile Engineering

The objectives of B.Sc Textile Engineering program are to impart in the students:

  • Knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences, engineering fundamentals, and textile engineering specialization.
  • Skills for the investigation and analysis of complex textile engineering problems and design for their solutions.
  • Skills for effective communication, use of IT tools, quality & engineering management, and working in multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Behaviour of being socially and ecologically responsible, and ethical in decision making.
  • Attitude of being a lifelong learner in the practical life.

 

B.Sc Textile Engineering aims at achieving the following learning outcomes in the students by the time of graduation:

No. Attributes Outcomes
 1 Knowledge base for Engineering Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural science, engineering fundamentals and textile engineering specialization to the solution of complex textile engineering problems.
2 Problem Analysis Skills Ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyse complex textile engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
3 Solution Design Skills Ability to design solutions for complex textile engineering problems and design systems, products, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
4 Investigation and Experimentation Skills Ability to conduct investigation of complex textile engineering problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
 5  Use of Engineering Tools Ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tool, including prediction and modeling, to complex textile engineering problems, with an understanding of the limitations.
 6  Social Responsibility Ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess social, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex textile engineering problems.
 7  Environment & Sustainability Ability to understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of professional engineering work in the solution of complex textile engineering problems
 8  Professional Ethics Ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
 9  Individual & Teamwork Ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
 10  Communication Skills Ability to communicate effectively on complex textile engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
 11  Quality & Engineering Management Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of quality & engineering management principles and economic decision-making and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage textile projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
 12  Lifelong Learning Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

B.Sc Textile Engineering (With specialization in)Yarn Manufacturing

A full time four-year programme in textile engineering with specialization in yarn manufacturing is being offered by the department.The programme is based on a number of courses which have been designed considering the long term requirements of the textile industry in general and textile spinning industry in particular. The programme also provides knowledge about the future trends in textiles.

First Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
MA-1001 Calculus 3 0 3
CH-1001 Chemistry-I 3 1 4
PH-1001 Physics-I 3 1 4
ENG-1091 Functional English 3 0 0
IS-1091 Islamic Studies 2 0 2
TE-1051 Introduction to Textile Engineering 2 0 2
 Total

18

Second Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
MA-1002 Engineering Math-I 3  0  3
ENG-3091 Technical Writting 3  0  3
ME-1111 Engineering Drawing 0  1  1
CSF-1071 Introduction to Computers 2  1  3
TM-1051 Textile Raw Materials 4  0  4
SS-3091 Social Science-I 3  0  3
   Total

 17

Third Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
YM-2011 Introduction to Yarn Manufacturing 3 1 4
FM-2021 Introduction to Fabric Manufacturing 3 1 4
MA-2001 Engineering Math-II 3 0 3
PS-2092 Pak Studies 2 0 2
TM-2052 Polymer Science & Engg. 3 0 3
ME-2113 Instrumentation & Control 1 1 2
  Total  
 18

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
TM-1052 Fiber Science 2 1 3
TP-2031 Introduction to Textile Chemical Processing 3 1 4
ME-2112 Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals 2 1 3
GM-2041 Introduction to Garment Manufacturing 3 1 4
ENG-2092 Communication & Presentation Skills 3 0 3
   Total

17

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
YM-2012 Pre-spinning Processese-I 2 1 3
PH-1002/CH-1002 Physics-II/Chemistry-II 3 1 4
ME-3112 Textile Engineering Utilities & Services 3 0 3
TM-3051 Mechanics of Fibrous Structures 2 1 3
CSE-3071 Computer Programming 2 1 3
TM-3052 High Performance Fibers 2 0
   Total

18

Six Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 YM-3011  Pre-Spinning Processes-II  2  1  3
 ES-4031  Environmental Issues of Textile  Industry  2  1  3
 EE-3111  Electrical & Electronic Systems  2  1  3
 MA-4001  Statictical Methods in Textile  Engineering  3  0  3
 CSE-3072  Computer Applications in  Engineering Design  1  2  3
 TE-4051  Color Science  2  0  2
   Total  
 17

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
SS-4091 Social Science-II 3 0 3
MG-4081 Management Science-I 3 0 3
YM-3012 Yarn Production Engineering 3 1 4
YM-4019 Senior Design Project-I 0 3 3
YM-4011 Advanced Spinning Techniques 3 1 4
   Total

17

Eighth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
MG-4083 Management Science- II 3 0 3
YM-3013 Post Spinning Operations 3 1 4
YM-4019 Senior Design Project-II 0 3 3
YM-4013 Spinning Calculations 3 1 4
YM-4012 Specialty Engineered Yarns 2 1 3
   Total

17
 Industrial Internship (4 weeks, 6 days/week, 8 hours/day during summer holidays) 0 1 1

B.Sc Textile Engineering (With specialization in) Weaving

The department offers four-year full time courses in textile engineering with specialization in Weaving & Knitting. The undergraduate program offered by the department is based on long established courses of studies, which are designed by keeping in view the requirements of the industry. As a result the undergraduate program carries an enviable repute because of its quality and contents. The machine mechanisms, fabric structures & weaving & knitting calculations are taught in detail. This enables students to develop a professional approach towards the subject, which in turn enables them to become efficient managers of weaving.

First Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1001  Calculus  3  0  3
 CH-1001  Chemistry-I  3  1  4
 PH-1001  Physics-I  3  1  4
 ENG-1091  Functional English  3  0  3
 IS-1091  Islamic Studies  2  0  2
 TE-1051  Introduction to Textile  Engineering  2  0  2
   Total

 18

Second Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1002  Engineering Math-I  3  0  3
 ENG-3091  Technical Writting  3  0  3
 ME-1111  Technical Drawing  0  1  1
 CSF-1071  Introduction to Computer  2  1  3
 SS-3091  Social Science-I  3  0  3
 TM-1051  Textile Raw Materials  4  0  4
   Total  
 17

Third Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 YM-2011  Introduction to Yarn  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 FM-2021  Introduction to Fabric  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 ME-2113  Instrumentation & Control  1  1  2
 MA-2001  Engineering Math-II  3  0  3
 PS-2092  Pak Studies  2  0  2
 TM-2052  Polymer Science & Engg.  3  0  3
   Total  
 18

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TM-1052  Fiber Science  2  1  3
 TP-2031  Introduction to Textile Chemical  Processing  3  1  4
 ME-2112  Mechanical Engineering  Fundamentals  2  1  3
 GM-2041  Introduction to Garment  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 ENG-2092  Communication and  Presentation skills  3  0  3
   Total  
 17

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 FM-3021  Woven Fabric Structure &  Design  3  1  4

PH-1002/CH-1002

 Physics-II/Chemistry-II  3  1  4
 CSE-3071  Computer Programming  2  1  3
 TM-3051  Mechanics of Fibrous Structures  2  1  3
 FM-2022  Weaving Preparatory Process  3  1  4
 Total

18

Six Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 FM-3022  Weaving Mechanism-I  3  1  4
 FM-3023  Weaving Calculations  3  0  3
 EE-3111  Electrical & Electroincs systems  2  1  3
 ME-3112  Textile Engg. Utilities &  Services  3  0  3
 CSE-3072  Computer Applications in Eng.  Design  1  2  3
 TM-3052  High Performance Fibers  2  0  2
 Total

18

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MG-4081  Management Science - I  3  0  3
 MA-4001  Statistical Methods in Textile  Engineering  3  0  3
 ES-4031  Environmental Issues of Textile  Industry  2  1  3
 FM-4029  Senior Design Project-I  0  3  3
 FM-4021  Weaving Mechanism-II  3  1  4
 TE-4051  Color Science  2  0  2
 Total

18

Eighth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MG-4083  Management Science- II  3  0  3
 SS-4091  Social Science-II  3  0  3
 FM-4029  Senior Design Project-II  0  3  3
 FM-4022  Specialty Weaving  2  1  3
 FM-4023  Woven Fabric Testing and  Quality Control  2  1  3
 Total

15
 Industrial Internship (4 weeks, 6 days/week, 8 hours/day during summer holidays) 0 1 1

B.Sc Textile Engineering (With specialization in) Knitting

The department offers two four-year full time courses in textile engineering with specialization in Weaving & Knitting. The undergraduate program offered by the department is based on long established courses of studies, which are designed by keeping in view the requirements of the industry. As a result the undergraduate program carries an enviable repute because of its quality and contents. The machine mechanisms, fabric structures & weaving & knitting calculations are taught in detail. This enables students to develop a professional approach towards the subject, which in turn enables them to become efficient managers of fabric manufacturing units.

First Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1001  Calculus  3  0  3
 CH-1001  Chemistry-I  3  1  4
 PH-1001  Physics-I  3  1  4
 ENG-1091  Functional English  3  0  5
 IS-1091  Islamic Studies  2  0  2
 TE-1051  Introduction to Textile  Engineering  2  0  2
 Total

18

Second Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1002  Engineering Math-I  3  0  3
 ENG-2092  Communication &  Presentation Skills  3  0  3
 ME-1111  Engineering Drawing  0  1  1
 CSF-1071  Introduction to Computers  2  1  3
 TM-1051  Textile Raw Materials  4  0  4
 SS-3091  Social Science-I  3  0  3
 Total

17

Third Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 YM-2011  Introduction to Yarn  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 FM-2021  Introduction to Fabric  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 ME-2113  Intrumentation & Control  1  1  2
 MA-2001  Engineering Math-II  3  0  3
 PS-2092  Pak Studies  2  0  2
 TM-2052  Polymer Science & Engg.  3  0  3
   Total  
 18

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TM-1052  Fiber Science  2  1  3
 TP-2031  Introduction to Textile  Chemical Processing  3  1  4
 ME-2112  Mechanical Engineering  Fundamentals  2  1  3
 GM-2041  Introduction to Garment  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 ENG-2092  Communication &  Presentation Skills  3  0  3
  Total  
 17

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 CSE-3071  Computer Programming  2  1  3
 KN-2022  Knitting Preparatory  Process  2  1  3
 TM-3051  Mechanics of Fibrous  Structures  2  1  3
 KN-3021  Knitted Fabric Structure  and Design  3  1  4
 PH-1002/CH-1002  Physics-II/Chemistry-II  3  1  4
 Total

18

Six Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 KN-3022  Knitting Mechanism-I  3  1  4
 EE-3111  Electrical & Electronics  Systems  2  1  3
 ME-3112  Textile Egg. Utilities &  Services  3  0  3
 CSE-3072  Computer Applications in  Engg. Design  1  2  3
 TM-3052  High Performance Fibers  2  0  2
 KN-3023  Knitting Calculations  3  0  3
 Total

18

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TE-4051  Color Science  2  0  2
 MA-4001  Statistical Methods in  Textile Engineering  3  0  3
 ES-4031  Environmental Issues of  Textile Industry  2  1  3
 KN-4029  Senior Design Project-I  0  3  3
 KN-4021  Knittting Mechanism-II  3  1  4
 MG-4081  Management Science-I  3  0  3
 ES-4031  Environmental Issues of  Textile Industry  2  1  3
 Total

16

Eighth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MG-4083  Management Science- II  3  0  3
 SS-4091  Social Science-II  3  0  3
 KN-4029  Senior Design Project-II  0  3  3
 KN-4022  Specialty Knitting  2  1  3
 FM-4091  Knitted Fabric Testing &  Quality Control  2  1  3
 Total

15
 Industrial Internship (4 weeks, 6 days/week, 8 hours/day during summer holidays) 0 1 1

B.Sc Textile Engineering (With specialization in) Textile Processing

First Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1001  Calculus  3  0  3
 CH-1001  Chemistry-I  3  1  4
 PH-1001  Physics-I  3  1  4
 ENG-1091  Functional English  3  0  3
 IS-1091  Islamic Studies  2  0  2
 TE-1051  Introduction to Textile Eng.  2  0  2
 Total

18

Second Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1002  Engineering Math-I  3  0  3
 ENG-3091  Technical Writing  3  0  3
 ME-1111  Enigneering Drawing  0  1  1
 CSF-1071  Introduction to Computers  2  1  3
 TM-1051  Textile Raw Materials  4  0  4
 SS-3091  Social Science-I  3  0  3
 Total

17

Third Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 YM-2011  Introduction to Yarn  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 FM-2021  Introduction to Fabric  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 ME-2113  Instrumentation & Control  1  1  2
 MA-2001  Engineering Math-II  3  0  3
 TM-3052  High-Performance Fibers  2  0  2
 PS-2092  Pak Studies  2  0  2
 TM-2052  Polymer Science & Eng  3  0  3
 Total

18

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TM-1052  Fibre Science  2  1  3
 PH-1002/CH-1002  Physics -II / Chemistry-II  3  1  4
 ME-2112  Mechanical Engineering  Fundamentals  2  1  3
 ENG-2092  Communication &  Presentation Skills  3  0  3
 GM-2092  Introduction to Garment  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 TP-2031  Introduction to Textile  Chemical Processing  3  1  4
 Total

17

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 CSE-3071  Computer Programming  2  1  3
 PH-1002/CH-1002  Physics-II/Chemistry-II  3  1  4
 EE-3111  Electrical & Electronic  Systems  2  1  3
 TM-3051  Mechanics of Fibrous  Structures  2  1  3
 TP-3032  Pre Treatment of Textiles  2  1  3
 Total

16

Six Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TP-3032  Dyeing Theory & Practice  3  1  4
 TP-3033  Textile Printing  3  1  4
 TP-3031  Text. Colorants &  Auxiliaries  3  1  4
 ME-3112  Text. Engg. Utilities &  Services  3  0  3
 CSE-3072  Computer Applications in  Engineering Design  1  2  3
 Total

18

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TE-4051  Color Science  2  0  2
 MA-4001  Statistical Methods in  Textile Engineering  3  0  3
 MG-4081  Management Science-I  3  0  3
 ES-4031  Environment Issues of  Textile Industry  2  1  3
 TP-4032  Textile Finishing  3  1  4
 TP-4039  Senior Design Project-I  0  3  3
 Total

18

Eighth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TP-4035  Textile Coatings  2  0  2
 TP-4039  Senior Design Project-II  0  3  3
 MG-4083  Management Science-II  3  0  3
 TP-4033  Text. Chem. Testing & QC  3  1  4
 SS-4091  Social Science-II  3  0  3
 TM-3052  High Performance Fibres  2  0  2
 Total

17
 Industrial Internship (4 weeks, 6 days/week, 8 hours/day during summer holidays) 0 1 1

B.Sc Textile Engineering (With specialization in) Garment Manufacturing

A full time four-year programme in textile engineering with specialization in yarn manufacturing is being offered by the department. The programme is based on a number of courses which have been designed considering the long term requirements of the textile industry in general and textile spinning industry in particular. The programme also provides knowledge about the future trends in textiles.

First Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1001  Calculus  3  0  3
 CH-1001  Chemistry-I  3  1  4
 PH-1001  Physics-I  3  1  4
 ENG-1091  Functional English  3  0  3
 IS-1091  Islamic Studies  2  0  2
 TE-1051  Introduction to Textile  Engineering  2  0  2
 Total

18

Second Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 MA-1002  Engineering Math-I  3  0  3
 ENG-3091  Technical Writing  3  0  3
 ME-1111  Engineering Drawing  0  1  1
 CSF-1071  Introduction to Computers  2  1  3
 TM-1051  Textile Raw Materials  4  0  4
 SS-3091  Social Science-I  3  0  3
 Total

17

Third Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 YM-2011  Introduction to Yarn  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 FM-2021  Introduction to Fabric  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 PS-2092  Pak Studies  2  0  2
 TM-2052  Polymer Science & Engg  3  0  3
 ME-2113  Instrumentation & Control   1   1   2
 MA-2001  Engineering Math-II  3  0  3
   Total

18

Fourth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 TM-1052  Fiber Science  2  1  3
 TP-2031  Introduction to Textile  Chemical Processing  3  1  4
 ME-2112  Mechanical Engineering  Fundamentals  2  1  3
 ENG-2092  Communication &  Presentation Skills  3  0  3
 GM-2041  Introduction to Garment  Manufacturing  3  1  4
 Total

17

Fifth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 CSE-3071  Computer Programming  2  1  3
 GM-2042  Garment Sizing & Pattern  Making  3  1  4
 PH-1002  Physics-II  3  1  4
 TM-3051  Mechanics of Fibrous  Structures  2  1  3
 ME-3112  Textile Engg. Utilities &  Services  3  0  3
 Total

17

Six Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 CSE-3072  Computer Applications in  Engineering Design  1  2  3
 TM-3052  High Performance Fibers  2  0  2
 GM-3041  Industrial Cutting & Sewing  3  1  4
 EE-3111  Electrical & Electronics  Systems  2  1  3
 GM-3042  Industrial Engg. in Garment  Manufacturing  2  1  3
 GM-4043  Apparel Merchandising &  Sourcing  3  0  3
   Total  
 18

Seventh Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 GM-4041  Advances in Apparel  Production  2  1  3
 GM-4042  Garment Testing & Quality  Management  3  1  4
 GM-4049  Senior Design Project-I  0  3  3
 TE-4051  Color Science  2  0  2
 MA-4001  Statistical Methods in  Textile  Engg.  3  0  3
 MG-4081  Operation Management  3  0  3
   Total  
 18

Eighth Semester

Code Course Title Theory Lab Credit Hours
 GM-3043  Garment Production  Machinery  3  1  4
 MG-4082  Quality Management  Systems  3  0  3
 ES-4031  Environmental Issues  Related  To Textile Industry  2  1  3
 GM-4049  Senior Design Project-II  0  3  3
 SS-4091  Social Science-II  3  0  3
 Total

16

 Industrial Internship (4 weeks, 6 days/week, 8 hours/day during summer holidays) 0 1 1

 


Allotment of Specialization

In first four semesters, all the students of textile engineering will study common courses. During 4th semester, availability of seats will be notified in each specialization of the textile engineering. Students will be required to submit their option on prescribed Proforma available from admission office and the same will be submitted in the admission office within 7 days. Allotment of the specialization will be decided on the bases of the following:

  • CGPA after 4th semester
  • Choice of students as per prescribed Proforma
  • Availability of seats in required field of studies

(Yarn Manufacturing, Weaving, Knitting, Textile Processing, Garments Manufacturing). The applicants must have one of the following qualifications with overall score of at least 60%.

  1. F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering)
  2. B.Sc. (Physics & Math)
  3. Three A-Levels (with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and eight O-Levels.

Applicants who have studied in non- Pakistani systems (O-Level, A-Level etc.) must provide an equivalence certificate from Inter Board Committee of Chairmen IBCC, other wise their merit will not be finalized.

Admissions to the Engineering Programs of the University are decided on the basis of candidates’ score in the NTS (NATIE)

  1. Test (45% weightage)
  2. Marks of F.Sc. (45% weightage)
  3. Marks of Matriculation (10% weightage)

Candidates may apply for provisional admission if they have completed one of the above mentioned qualification but waiting for their results.

Candidates may apply for provisional admission if they have completed one of the above mentioned qualifications but waiting for their results.

Allotment of Specialization

If first four semesters, all the students of  textile engineering will study common courses. During 4th semester, availibility of seats will be notified in each specialization of the textile engineering.Students will be required to submit their option on prescribed Proforma available from admission office and the same will be submitted in the admission office wihtin 7 days. Allotment of the specialization will be decided on the bases of the following:

 

  • CGPA after 4th semester
  • Choice of students as per prescribed Proforma
  • Availability of seats in required field of studies

 

Health Fitness Certificate

All the successful candidates are required to provide a Health Fitness Certificate from a recognized medical practitioner bearing the following requisite conditions:

  • That he is not colour blind.
  • That he is not suffering from any type of respiratory disorder i.e., Asthma, dust and chemicals allergies.
  • That he is not sensitive to noise pollution.

However, the admission will be confirmed subsequently after the verification of Domicile and academic credentials.

Province wise seats are reserved for above mentioned program. Specializations will be allotted at the end of 4th semester.

 

Allocation of Seats For B.Sc. Textile Engineering

For Males Applicants
 All Pakistan basis  23
 Punjab  57
 Sindh (Urban)  09
 Sindh (Rural)  16
 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa  14
 Baluchistan  09
 Islamabad territory  03
 FATA  09
 Tribal Area of DG Khan Rajanpur Disttt.  01
 Azad Jammu and Kashmir  04
 Disable persons  01
 Northern area  03
 Foreign students  02
  Total   151
For Female Applicants
 All Pakistan basis  04
 Punjab (Including federal areas)  09
 Sindh (Urban)  01
 Sindh (Rural)  02
 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa  01
 Baluchistan  01
 FATA Azad Jammu and Kshmir  01

SEMESTER-WISE PAYMENT IN PAK RUPEES

Fee Head1st 2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th
Tuition Fee 21500 21500 21500 21500 21500 21500 21500 21500
Admission Fee 20000 - - - - - - -
Degree Fee - - - - - - - 5000
Certificate Verification Fee 2000 - - - - - - -
Processing Fee 5000 - - - - - - -
University Security 5000 - - - - - - -
Red Crescent  Donation 50 - - - - - - -
University Card Fee 300 - - - - - - -
Library Fee 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
Examination Fee 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Medical Fee 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Student Activity Fund 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Endowment Fund 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000
Transport Fee* 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000
TOTAL 67850 35500 35500 35500 35500 35500 35500 40500

*There is no Transport Fee for Hostel Residents but they will pay Hostel Charges

Hostel Dues

 Hostel Dues  Rupees
 Room Rent  Rs. 4,500/-
 Electricity Charges  Rs. 4,500/-
 Sui Gas Charges  Rs. 2,500/-
 Mess Service Charges  Rs. 2,000/- 
 Hostel Activity  Rs. 500/- 
 Hostel Security (Refundable)  Rs. 5,000/- 
 1st Semester Total Hostel Dues  Rs. 19000/-
 Per Semester Hostel Dues  Rs. 14000/-

Procedure to apply for Admission on Self-Finance Basis

Programs Self Finance Dues 1st Semester Dues I.T Advance Total Dues payable
BS Textile Engineering    Rs. 350,000/- Rs. 67,850/- Rs. 20,645/- Rs. 438,495/-
  1. The candidates seeking admission against self-finance seats will have to apply on separate application form. The application packet (Prospectus and Application Form) can be collected in person for Rs. 1,000/- from the Admission Office of the University for each Program. The minimum eligibility criterion for the admission on Self-Finance Basis is the same as prescribed for Open Merit.
  2. The completed application form with required supporting documents as mentioned in the application form along with a bank draft of following (Self-Finance Dues + Regular 1st Semester dues + I.T Advance) should reach the Admission Office of the University  on or before the notified closing date.