Yarn manufacturing laboratory
This laboratory provides practical knowledge regarding the yarn preparing technology; both short staple (cotton) and long staple (jute). The laboratory facilities include conventional and modern machinery with the technology of open-end spinning and air jet spinning.
This laboratory has the facility to weave cotton, synthetic and jute fabric including tappet, dobby and jacard. Available are hand operated looms, ordinary power looms, automatic power looms and modern looms with CAD systems. Modern looms include air-jet looms, rapier looms with electronic jacquard and projectile looms.
This laboratory is equipped with both warp and weft knitting machinery. The warp knitting machinery includes both the raschel and tricot machines, and the weft knitting machine include circular (single jersey, interlock, rib, jacquard) and flat knitting machines.
Wet processing laboratory
This laboratory includes machinery for singeing, desizing, mercerising, dyeing, printing and finishing and students are able to gain a thorough knowledge of wet processing technology. It has the facility for dyeing material as fibre, yarn and fabric and various style of printing. It also has computerised data colour system, gas chromatography and mass spectrometer, light fastness and other quality control equipment required to ensure high quality dyeing and finishing.
The wet processing laboratory has recently expanded. A new building named Dyeing Building has been recently completed, with the most recent and modern machines placed there.
The garments laboratory is equipped with all the types of cutting, sewing and finishing machinery used in the garment industry. It is also equipped with Lectra CAD-CAM system for computerised marker making, cutting and garments dyeing, washing and embroidery.
The testing laboratory has the facility to test fibres, yarn and fabric. The conventional and modern testing equipment includes an evenness tester, Classimat, single yarn strength tester, multifunctional Superba tester, HFT and electronic microscope.
A fully equipped computer laboratory provides practical opportunities for forty students at a time. Use of the Internet is available for teachers and students.
This laboratory gives students the chance to become acquainted with electronic and electrical technology. It is equipped with pneumatic and electro-pneumatic control systems.
The physics laboratory is equipped with machinery and equipment suitable for graduate students.
The chemistry laboratory is suitable for forty students at a time to undertake practical work.
The engineering workshop is equipped with lathes, universal strength testers, shaping machines, cutting machines, drilling machines, welding machines, circular saws and various types of tools for carpenters.