Dep garment technology



Department Preamble:

      The Diploma Programme in Garment Technology was commenced in the year 2007 with an intake of 60 as self-supporting course. The permanent affiliation has been received from DOTE; Chennai. Garment technology department has produced 13 batches till the year 2021. The department offers placement at an immensely high average of 90% in every academic year.

      Diploma course in Garment technology deals with the design, development and manufacturing of Ready-made garments. The fabrics after subjecting to various wet processes like bleaching, dyeing, printing and finishing etc. are made into garment form. Textiles, Garment and Apparel industry in India have a history of fine craftsmanship and global appeal.India is the world's second-largest exporter of textiles and apparel with a massive raw material and manufacturing base. The textiles and garment industry in India is a significant contributor to the economy, both in terms of its domestic share and exports. It contributes about 7% to industry output, 2% to the GDP and 15% to the country's total export earnings (Source: IBEF, Feb.2022). The sector is one of the largest job creators in the country, employing about 45 million people directly and 60 million people in allied industries.

      Garment industry is competitive, Cost conscious and Labour intensive. From cottage industry to mega corporations the requirement of quality manpower is huge both in India and abroad as well. The need of the industry is quality technicians, designers, administrators, planners, quality controllers etc. Garment industry is a value added industry with the possibility of location freedom. Also it can employ low level skilled people to high tech engineers. Both centralized and decentralized operations are possible depending upon the cost, time and space requirement. Out sourcing of job, distribution of jobs to across National boundaries is more often than the norm. India is in an ideal position due to centuries old tradition, skilled manpower, abundant natural resources etc. Also the opportunities and challenges are huge. Garment Technology department aim to develop students as a well-educated manpower to utilize this evergreen, modular and non-polluting industry.

      Since the sale of garments is on the increase as compared with fabric in both local and export market, it is very essential to have this technology imparted to students who will get lot of job opportunities in garment factories, which are located throughout our nation. In fact, there is a demand from the local market for a designer who knows garment designing and garments manufacturing. Sufficient practical subjects are also in curriculum for supporting the theory subjects. The students after completing the course should be in a position to select goods suitable for garment making, designing fashionable garments and finally, stitch them to make the finished product. Industrial visits, In-plant training, Guest lecture, Seminars, Study tours and Project work/Project report gives students scope for working individually and in greater extent improve the self-reliance of the students.

      Garment laboratory courses involve conducting experiments, assignments based on real life problems and case studies. Laboratory courses provide an opportunity for the students to get hands on practice, exposure to latest instruments, sewing machines /software. Theoretical principle and relevant information is delivered through theory courses. All the experiments, as mentioned in the curriculum are conducted by proper system of presentation. The obtained results are compared with the standard limits and the students are encouraged to comment on the result and its application in real life situation.

      Students who study in this department will have immense scope for selfemployment and placement in supervisory and managerial level in garment and textile units. The closely placed mills around Palani brighten the placement opportunities for the students. Due to recent boost in the export of ready-made garments, the scope for this course at present is very high and there is no doubt that the demand will go on increasing in the years to come.

Vision of the Department:

      We strive for the holistic development of students with Garment Technology and allied engineering knowledge, skills, values and ethics towards employability and higher studies with the blessings of Lord Muruga.

Mission of the Department:

By making available good infrastructure facilities towards learning and laboratory practices.
Through industry allied laboratories, Arts and Crafts for skill enhancement.
By providing the facilities for co and extracurricular activities in addition to the academics for the overall development of students.


      The lecture hour is utilized for planning, implementing, evaluating and making decision in the class room. During each topic discussion first ten minutes are utilized for discussing the theory behind it and next 30 minutes are used to the practice the situations in which the knowledge about the skills can be applied and evaluated. classroom environment promote and stimulate collaborative learning.


Experiments beyond the syllabus are conducted for the laboratory courses to improve the practical skills.
Well-equipped laboratory is provided to the students for updating their skills in latest technology.
Procedure carried out in the industry is adopted as a real time practice in laboratory wherever possible.
Virtual labs containing video lectures, animated demonstration are created using web sources.

Garment construction laboratory

The students to get practical experience in sewing machine
Identify the machine components and understand the function of elements of sewing machine.
Sew on fabric panels.
would have hands on experience on different machines used for children garment manufacture
Understand drafting and draping

Fashion & Garment CAD laboratory

Developing experience in computer based pattern making, layout, maker preparation, grading& fashion designing.
Giving knowledge in CAD & other relevant software.
Developing a flair for a variety of CAD software that are prevalent in industry enables the student to be "job ready".

Textile testing & Wet processing laboratory

To train the students in pretreatment, dyeing, printing and testing of textile materials.
Doing Desize, scour, bleach, dye, print and finish the fabric with different types of chemicals and colourants.
Evaluate the fabrics for fastness and chemical process related properties.

Fashion Draping laboratory

To train the students in fashion drawing and fashion illustration techniques.
The students can design mens, womens and children dresses.

Skill Development Laboratory

To enrich the skills of students related with ever changing technology.
To train the students in Arts and crafts to become the entrepreneur.
To expertise the application of software in Garment technology.

Available Test Facilities

      Testing is an important segment of the textile industry. We can easily detect the faults of machinery and materials during test of textiles. Besides, textile testing needs to assure compliance with changing governmental safety regulations and to meet increasing consumer demand for high-quality textiles and apparel.

Yarn Testing:

      In the manufacture of raw materials, yarn occupies a mid-range role. Therefore yarn results are important both for the quality assessment of raw material and to the quality control of the manufactured cloth.

Determining the count of yarn
Determining the strength of yarn
Determining the CSP (count strength product) of yarn
Determining the Lea strength
Determining the yarn evenness
Determining the single yarn twist
Determining the Double yarn twist

Fabric Testing:

      Fabric testing labs are vital for the fashion industry and textile industry. It is conducted so that apparel manufactures, clothing retailers, and fashion wholesalers can evaluate the quality of the garments before selling.

Determining the tensile strength of fabric
Determining the tearing strength of fabric
Determining the Bursting strength of fabric
Determining the tensile strength of fabric
Determining the rubbing fastness of fabric

Staff Details:




Mr. G.MANOHARAN, B.Tech. (Textile)
Mrs.A.HEMALATHA, B.Tech. (Textile)
Mrs. D.KARTHIKA., D.T.P.,M.Sc. (FD)



Industries offering Placements

Royal Clasic PVT.LTD. Tirupur
Jay Jay Apparels, Perundurai
DCC.Printing Solutions.PVT.LTD, Tirupur
AmazingGarments, Palladam
CR.Garments, Tirupur
Anugraha Apparels, Kangeyam
Clasic Polo PVT.LTD.Tirupur
SCM.Garments , Tirupur
CR.Garments, Tirupur
SP.Apparels, Tirupur
Jay Jay Mills, Tirupur

Companies offering InPlant Training

Sri Sastha textiles, Pappampatti
Vetrivel textiles, Kothaimangalam
PSNA Garments, Dindigul
Jeyavigneshwara, Ayakkudi
Palani vijaycotspin, Thoppampatti
Maas Garments, Neikkarapatti
Vishva Garments, Natham
Design Innovation, Tirupur
Menaga Mills, Theni
LakshmiChandra Textiles, Ayakkudi
SMKGarments, Patchilanaickanpatti
Priya Mills OE unit , Palani
Capra Textiles, Palani

Industries with MOU [Memorandum of Understanding]

M/S Ralish Exports Private
Ltd.,Avanashi Road,
Tirupur- 641603
M/S Vertex Fashions Pvt. Ltd.,
Tirupur- 641604
M/S Anugraha Fashions Pvt.
Ltd., Karuvampalayam,
Tirupur- 641604
M/S Amazing Exports,
Palladam - 641604



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