Automation in Man Made Fiber: World Textile Industry is focusing towards India’s most growing Market

There is a wider and immense scope for the youngster to make dignifying career in this industry. Especially if we talk about the Man-Made Fiber industry, it has the most growing and innovative automation technology.


Being India’s one of the largest employment provider industry, Textile industry is said to be a main pillar of the Indian Economy. The kind of growth is seen in recent years in this industry, it is expected to grow from current $70 billion to $220 billion by 2020.

Chief guest Shri. Sunil Kannur Deputy General HR AYM Syntex, Ltd inaugurated 30 days Graduate Engineers Trainee program in BOSCH Rexroth laboratory NMIMS, Shirpur on 5 July 2016. Mr. Sunil Kannur said that there is a wider and immense scope for the youngster to make dignifying career in this industry. Especially if we talk about the Man-Made Fiber industry, it has the most growing and innovative automation technology.

In a recent workshop held by the NMIMS Centre for Textile Functions Shirpur and AYM Syntax Ltd, Silvassa, they have started a one month Textile Graduate Engineer Trainee orientation program on Automation in Man-Made Fibre Production. This program is focused to develop interest in students in learning present Technological practices in the man-made fibre industry.

“Today the Automation in Man-Made Fibre Production demands for a one-stop solution provider who offers technology right from raw material processing to the final product. In most sectors of textile manufacturing, automation is one major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness, said Dr. P.P. Raichurkar, Associate Dean, Principal NMIMS & Centre for Textile Functions, Shirpur at the inaugural speech. He further stated that modernization and technical developments in textiles concentrated on the automation of individual machines and their processes.

Another industry expert from the program said that currently, India is the second largest producer of man-made fiber, the industry largely depends upon the textile manufacturing and export. It also plays a major role in the economy of the country. Today, the Indian textile industry contributes about 18 per cent to industrial production and 6 percent to the country’s GDP. It provides employment to over 45 million people and is the second largest provider of employment after agriculture.

This 1 month program designed by NMIMS, gives the technical capability development on production floor knowledge to students before joining the industry. This program will help trainee engineers to know about the different process lines in manmade fibre industry and Technological developments in Textile manufacturing.  “All the students should update present technological developments in products offered by different Industries in the world market, said Dr. P P Raichurkar.

Participants in the program was told about the need for Industry-Institute linkage to be adopted by Technical personnel to work in the present Technology, importance of automation in Man-made fibre industry and emphasized on practicals on the Industry Floor.

This one month automaton in man-made fibre production certification program offered by NMIMS is unique in India. Centre for Textile Functions, Shirpur is the only Textile Education centre which has the infrastructure in the country with Bosch German Trained employees to give practical exposure to Textile production. It is integral part of the Textile Park in Shirpur with 25 most modern production units with latest technology in Spinning, weaving, Knitting, Garmenting and Chemical wet processing. Investment in Textile Industry in and around Shirpur is Rs 2000 Crore.


The one month GETs training certificate distribution program was held in seminar hall of AYM Syntex Ltd, Silvassa on 9th August 2016. The guest of honor Mr. S.A. Mondal, Sr. Vice President AYM Syntex ltd. The program was started by lamp lightening ceremony and followed bySaraswati puja. Mr. S.A. Mondal insisted trainee engineers to work in environment friendly condition to give their best to the industry by learning latest technological development and modernization in manmade fibre industry. Further he congratulate all CTF , MPTP, NMIMS team and assured to extend all his support to NMIMS & CTF in future.

The Certificates were distributed to all trainee engineers by the hand of Mr. S.A. Monadal, Mr. Bhat, Technical Head, Mr.Ravi Pandey, Chief HCGA Advisor, Shri. Sunil Kannur Deputy General HR AYM Syntex , Dr. P P.Raichurkar Associate Dean CTF- MPSTME and all department unit heads of AYM Syntex, ltd. Silvassa.