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Respected all
You will be highly glad to know that textile related magazine ‘Texbarta’ already has launched registration booth for textile based quiz competition titled ‘Daffodil Textile Genius 2011’ in Textile engineering department of Daffodil International University on 6th  February 2011 at 10.00 am


Textile Engineering Department is the largest department of DIU. There are about 2000 students studying in this department. The competition will be held to promote their creativity and compatibility in future career. The goal is to find out ‘who is Textile Genius in Daffodil?’


The registration launching program started by cutting ribbon by Honorable Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Aminul Islam.
 It is mentioned that Head of the Department of Textile Engineering Prof. Dr. Md. Mahbubul Haque, co-ordinator Career Development Center- Syed Mizanur Rahman Raju, Assistant professor Mr.Md. Abrar Ahmed Apu, Senior lecturer Bimol chandro Das and others faculties were present during launching the program.

Texbarta Team member worked hard for the program under the Direction Prof. Dr. Md. Mahbubul Haque Convener [DTG-2011] and Head Department of Textile Engineering.

With best Regards
Md. Enamul Haque
Editor and Publisher of Texbarta
01923-516949
info@texbarta.com

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Daffodil Textile Genius 2011
« on: January 27, 2011, 10:26:56 PM »
You will be highly glad to know that textile related magazine ‘Texbarta’ is going to organize a textile based quiz competition ‘Daffodil Textile Genius 2011’ among the students.


Textile Engineering Department is the largest department of DIU. There are about 2500 students in this department. The competition will be hel...d for promoting their career and creativity. Our goal is to find out Textile Genius from them.

Vision and Mission of ‘DTG’ competition.


1. Searching students those are genius in DIU.
2. Encouraging students to learn basic knowledge for practical.
3. Encouraging students about Textile Research and Development.
4. Increasing creativity of students.
5. Promoting the power of imagination.
6. Improving the relation with one another among the students.
7. Making students fit for job by improving their career.
8. Making the scope to justify their knowledge.
9. Making more confident by participating in competition.
10. Promoting the image of department through the country by Media.

Eligibility for participation

All students of B.Sc level (Day & Evening) of Textile Engineering Department in Daffodil International University who has completed at least one semester by 1st February 2011 can register to participate in this competition. Student who has already completed their graduation by 1st February 2011 are not eligible for the competition ‘Daffodil Textile Genius 2011’.

Competition Schedule:

Launching Date: 1st February 2011
Venue: DIU Main campus (Room: 306)
Registration: 1st February 2011
Registration deadline: 15th February 2011
Booth: DIU Main campus (6th floor)

Written Test: 4th March 2011 (Friday)
Result declaration: 10 March 2010
Prize giving ceremony: 2nd April 2010


Competition structure:

The mark will be distributed as follow:
Textile subjective MCQ = 60
Textile subjective (Short written) = 20
Textile related General Knowledge (MCQ) = 20
Total Marks = 100
Total time 1 hour




Thanks From
Md.Enamul Haque
Editor and Publisher
TEXBARTA

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Govt to create new jobs in hand loom sector


The government has instigated steps to boost the efficiency and earnings of the handloom workers, while generating around 21,000 new jobs in the sector.

This initiative came in line with the passing of a Tk 355.5 million worth of project for setting up a fashion design and training institute and a core centre for growth in development of hand loom fabrics.

While the Japan Debt Cancellation Fund (JDCF) would provide Tk 350 million for the project, the rest of the funds amounting to Tk 5.5 millions would flow from the government exchequer. The Bangladesh Hand-loom Board on behalf of the Textile and Jute Ministry would execute the project scheduled for completion by June 2013.

The project is aimed at setting up a fashion design and training institute in Dhaka, while would also set up three sub-training centres in Kalihati in Tangail, Kumarkhali in Kushtia and in Sirajganj’s Belkuchi.

The project is also intended at developing infrastructural facilities for imparting training to handloom workers, developing new designs keeping in view the market demand and likings of the customers and training the instructors and trainees of the vocational training institutes.

Thanks from
Md.Enamul Haque
Editor and publisher of texbarta
enamul@texbarta.com
01923-516949
www.texbarta.com
 

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Mission of Texbarta
« on: December 21, 2010, 02:11:43 PM »
Mission of Texbarta :

1.   Although  DIU is the only one  university of Bangladesh where has a great opportunity for Textile Education in Diploma, B.Sc, M.Sc in Textile Engineering so we want to spread knowledge not only in our campus but also in among the all student of  Bangladesh.

2.   Although Bangladesh has no good facilities in Textile research and development but we want to keep contribution on it by encouraging the student and textile technologist.

3.    It is a matter of sorrow that still many textile industries do not know about DIU So student who goes to get for internship and job in those industries then they are victim many problems. I think by circulating our TEXBARTA in deferent industries it may be removed.
4.   We know that Reputation of DIU means our own reputation.

5.   I think a university is not only for achievement a certificate but also it is a place for increasing own creativity. So By writing about textile Technology student must me creative. They will make themselves as a perfect applicant in textile sector.

6.   In Recent Job facilities of textile sector is not available. So student should make him a suitable for job. TEXBARTA will arrange different types of extra-curricular activities as competition e.g. Quiz competition, Presentation competition Forum, seminar and conferences for development of career which will help to get good job in future.

7.   We will also involve students, Teachers, Businessman and others in our ‘Texbarta Forum.’ We think it is a active NETWORK FOR FUTURE TEXTILE. We solve the problems of students by consultancy. We will share ideas about Textile. 

8.   Student of public universities have negative ideas about private universities so we want to play a great role in the development of textile sector and remove the tendency and deference between public universities and private universities.

9.   Students of all textile college and universities of Bangladesh will read TEXBARTA which have published from daffodil international university is the matter of proud for us.




Thanks From
Md.Enamul Haque
Editor and Publisher of Texbarta
enamul@texbarta.com
01923516949
www.texbarta.com

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Do You Know?
« on: October 12, 2010, 12:05:52 AM »
a page of Texbarta

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Science Fair as Regular Event / Re: About science fair
« on: October 06, 2010, 07:51:46 PM »
Science is nothing but developed perception, interpreted intent, common sense rounded out and minutely articulated.
welcome to science fair from.
Md. Enamul Haque
Editor and Publisher of
texbarta

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Texbarta/page
« on: October 02, 2010, 11:09:34 PM »
It is a page of texbarta magazine.
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Editor and publisher
Md. Enamul Haque
cell:01923-516949
E-mail:enamul@texbarta.com

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Texbarta
« on: September 19, 2010, 07:42:05 PM »
Texbarta magazine.

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Textile science, events, trade and issues / Texbarta
« on: September 19, 2010, 07:34:06 PM »
Textile related first bangle magazine ‘TEXBARTA’ published from DIU
The textile industry has played an important role in Bangladesh’s economy for a long time. Currently, the textile industry in Bangladesh accounts for 45 percent of all industrial employment and contributes 5 percent to the total national income. The industry employers nearly 4 million people, mostly women.
A huge 78 percent of the country’s export earnings come from textiles and apparel, according to the latest figures available. Bangladesh exports its apparel products worth nearly $5 billion per year to the United States, European Union (EU), Canada and other countries of the world. It is the sixth largest apparel supplier to the United States and EU countries.

Under the circumstances to hold this condition in future we should act with together. But in a technological development major question is language. This textile technology to make easier to textile engineer, students and others a creative bangla magazine has published from DIU recently.
It is related to textile, garments fashion, lifestyle. And not only the first magazine in DIU but also in Bangladesh.
A textile engineer need lot basic knowledge in textile but when he wants to gather it he has to face foreign language because Books, journals, magazines of textile are generally formed in English version so they lost their interest.
So ‘texbarta’ is our little creation for all types of people in Bangladesh.
We need available support from our students,teacher’s, authorities of our university.
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