All India Seminar in Textile Engineering

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Date(s) - 11/09/2015 - 12/09/2015
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In 1935, IEI was incorporated by Royal Charter and remains the only professional body in India to be accorded this honour. Today, its quest for professional excellence has given it a place of pride in almost every prestigious and relevant organization
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The Gujarat State Centre

The Institution of Engineers (India) Bombay State Centre opened a Local Centre at Ahmedabad in the year 1959 after which this was established as Gujarat State in the year 1960. This Centre is one of the most vibrant State centres of IEI. The foundation stone of building was laid by Hon’ble Governor of Gujarat K. K. Vishwanathan & the inauguration of the building was done by Shri Babubhai Jashbhai Patel, the then Chief
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centrally located, state of art platform to justify the aims of IEI to serve a total corporate members strength of approximately 6000.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad the biggest city of Gujarat, lies on 23.03o North Latitude and 72.58 East Longitude on the bank of River of Sabarmati. The city is well connected by rail, roads and airways with all the important cities of the country. It is Seventh largest city of the Country. Ahmedabad is now a district head quarter and many state-level and district-level offices are located in the city. City of Ahmedabad is unique even for India, for is bleeds harmoniously as ancient heritage with a vibrant present. A model city in terms of its ideals and aspirations, what is remarkable about Ahmedabad in it’s harmony between art and industry between a reverence to the past and a vision for the future. Dubbed as the Manchester of India in the days of yore. Ahmedabad is again at the crossroads in the history of its existence. Change came in the form of an announcement of Finance Minister declaring Ahmedabad as one of the mega cities of
India. The path to the mega city status is fraught with challenges but keeping in mind the entrepreneurial nature of the citizens of Ahmedabad the city is bearing up to take up the challenge and truly acquire the status of MEGA CITY.

The small sector entity has a vital role to play and largely contributes to our economy, when it is compared with the larger organizational set ups particularly in a country like India. Interestingly, We never attempt for the encouragement of such promoters holding their prime share or shares in Indian economy.As we strongly admit and disclose that we largely rely on agriculture products and its utility to play with the economy and the cultivation industry aims at realizing the Industrial output in general. The larger portion remains with this Industry and the cotton growers coupled with the ginners are greatly influenced by the quantum of cotton crops and their seasonal pick up to meet with the demand of the cotton Industry. The Cotton Spinners, Weavers and processors in line with the supply chain which includes the allied material, Components, consumables and servicers, either lack for their expertise to meet with the standards prevailed or the lapse on their part to shield the technical man power. This seminar aims at providing the solution to such small enterprise under MSME, so as to come out from the scarcity ,hardship and lacuna due to inherent factors ,which are vital and pivotal as an integral solution for MSME.

The relevance and academic/scientific /technological importance of organizing the conference/ seminar /symposium in the context of the present day national needs.

The textile sector has been witnessing steep rise and fall despite the announcement of various policies both at the state and central level .The situation ,where by these small players have to face hardships in terms of technology transfer ,the correct utilization of plant and equipments ,labours with automated machines and appliances. The MSME caters to a larger base across different segments and the Industrial locations and can be said to be the prime source of bread and butters for a larger mass.

The sole purpose of this seminar is to encourage those who are heading their responsibility for MSME employing people to a large extent and to help them ease their hardships and difficulties at managerial level by technical backups.This would in turn, yield awareness in areas which are never thought of by them and given weight age to overcome such lacuna lessening the burden of their productive units. It also aims at calling the students, technocrats and administrators ,who shoulder the responsibility of either guiding or influencing the Textile MSME.

Sub Themes of the Seminar:

01. Effective solution to combat with the lacuna of MSME

02. The means by which MSME can be encouraged to balance level their activities.

03. Use of Government machinery to assist MSME in order to meet with their procedural aspects and financing for new ventures and modernizing the existing set ups.

04. The latest trends in Textile to make full use of plants, equipments infrastructure at the optimum level.

National Advisory Committee

Chairman: Dr L V Muralikrishna Reddy, FIE, President, IEI
Co-Chairman: Mr G Sreekantha, FIE, Chairman, TXDB, IEI
Convener: Mr Haresh Patel, MIE, Committee Member, GSC

Mr S S Rathore, FIE, Past President, IEI
Mr H. P. Jamdar, FIE. Past President, IEI
Mr P. J. Mehta, FIE. Past President, IEI
Prof (Dr) S K Ghosh, FIE, Member, TXDB, IEI
Mr Padmalochan Panda, FIE, Member, TXDB, IEI
Mr Navin B. Vasoya, FIE, Council Member
Mr Bharat S. Patel, FIE, Past Chairman, IEI-GSC
Mr C V Nadpara, FIE, Hon. Secretary, IEI, GSC

Organizing Committee

Chairman : Mr S J Desai, FIE, Chairman, IEI, Gujarat State Centre
Org. Secretary : Mr C V Nadpara, FIE, Hon. Secretary, IEI, Gujarat State Centre

Mr S. B. Vasava, Council Member, FIE
Mr U. I. Mehta Imm. Past Chairman
Dr. Sweta P. Dave Imm. Past Hon. Secretary
Mr R. B. Maraviya Member AG
Mr P. B. Goti Member AR
Dr. A. P. Vyas Member CH
Mr Jaimin J. Shah Member CP
Mr H. U. Kalyani Member CV
Mr Jayesh Gandhi Member CV
Mr D. M. Joshi Member EL
Prof. Ravindrakumar R. Yadav Member EL
Mr Jaydev Nansey Member EN
Dr. Manishkumar M. Doshi Member ET
Mr Shyam Varghese Member MC
Mr K. V. Patel Member MC
Mr P. N. Udani Member MC
Mr Girish Dhundiraj Karhardkar Member PR
Mr H. A. Patel Member TX
Mr O. T. Gulati Chairman, WMF
Prof. R. H. Shah Chairman, Vadodara L. C.
Mr Ramesh Pipalia Chairman, SLC
Dr. Kishore Mistry Chairman, SGLC
Prof. K. M. Makwana Chairman, V.V. L. .C
Dr. S. A. Puranik Co-Opt Member
Mr M. K. Jadav, Co-Opt Member

Technical Committee

Mr Pravin Patel, Liaison Officer, ITAMMA
Prof. A. I. Thakkar, Textile Technology Department
Mr Haresh Patel, Director, Amptel Engineering Pvt. Ltd

Technical papers on the above sub themes and related topics are invited for presentation in the different technical sessions of the seminar. The authors should send two copies of extended abstract in IEEE template (not exceeding two A-4 size pages typed in 12pt. Times Roman font with double spacing) of their original works latest by 10th August, 2015. Acceptance will be communicated by email by 30th August, 2015. Authors are requested to send a copyright from duly signed by author (s) along with abstract on email:

Last Dates for receipt of

Synopsis :10th August, 2015

Full Paper : 25th August, 2015

This seminar would benefit those entrepreneurs, promoters and Industrialists venturing for MSME and student with their participation to influence their role with such enterprise .Hence the likely participation

would be from:

01. The MSME ,
02. The Textile sector,
03. The suppliers of Textile Machinery, components, accessories & consumables.
04. Academicians & students,
05. The Govt. Agencies.
06. The People from Spinners Asso.
07. The People from Weavers and Ginners Association.
08. Other relevant officials and consultants.

Registration fees:

The participants are advised to register in advance by remitting the registration fee as indicated below.

Corporate Members (IEI)          : NIL
Non Members                            : Rs. 2,000/-
Research Scholars / Students     : Rs. 300/-
Sponsored Delegates                  : Rs. 2,000/-

All payments are to be made through crossed Demand Draft/At par Cheque drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India), Gujarat State Center” payable at Ahmedabad.


Registration Procedure

Step 1: Download the Registration Form and fill up appropriately based on the Registration Fee Structure.
Step 2: Pay the Registration Fee as mentioned above.
Step 3: Mail the Registration Form along with Proof of Registration Fee Payment to the address mentioned above.


Mr Haresh Patel, MIE, Committee Member, GSC
The Institution of Engineers (India)-Gujarat State Centre
E mail: ~ Web :
Bhaikaka Bhavan, Law College Road,
Near Law garden, Ahmedabad-380 006
Phone: 079-26400811, Fax: 079-26561825
E mail: ~ Web :

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