• June 15, 2017

  • A big congratulations to Engr. Muhammed Amir Qureshi, who has passed his Phd viva. His project was ‘An Investigation into the Measurement, Prediction and Elimination of Seam Pucker’. ‘The contribution of this research is to investigate the equilibrium condition between the physical and low stress mechanical properties of the fabric and sewing thread in the stitched assembly to elude seam pucker, specifically the causes of seam pucker which are related to the lightweight woven fabrics stitched at a single needle lock stitch sewing machine with commercially available sewing threads. The present thesis is also recommending a quantitative approach to calculate the required amount of stiffener grade under the seam line to eliminate seam pucker.’
  • 3rd Textile Futsal Tournament

    3rd Textile Futsal Tournament was successfully organized under the banner of AATCC - NED Chapter on 25th May 2017. The tournament took place in NED University Tennis Court over the course of two days. Teams from all classes participated and after an interesting final between Textile Sciences Second Year and Textile Engineering Final Year which saw a total of five goals scored, Final Year team was crowned champions for winning the final by 4-1. Trophies, certificates and medals were presented by Faculty Advisor AATCC NED Chapter Dr. Dawood Hussain and Mansoor Ali Khan, former captain of NED Football team. Abdullah Asghar of TE Final Year was awarded the best player award for scoring the most number of goals over the course of tournament. AATCC would like to congratulate the winning team as well as the organizing team led by Usama Noorani for organizing a successful event. AATCC would also like to thank NSA NED University, media partner of this event, for covering all the activities. Here are some of the highlights from the tournament.

  • AATCC International Conference, Wilmington, NC, 28-29 March 2017

    The American Association of Textile and Material Professionals (AATCC) is a prestigious organization and have been serving the textile industry for around 90 years. AATCC’s 2017 International Conference was held from 28-30 March at the Hilton Riverside, Wilmington, NC, USA. More than 300 Delegates from all over the world participated in the event.

    The education portion of the conference featured three tracks reflecting the Association’s Interest Groups: Concept 2 Consumer (C2C), Chemical Applications, and Materials. Sessions in the Concept 2 Consumer track focused on advances in digital printing and product design, standardizing in a colorful world, designing products – quality, care, sustainability and creativity, and approaching business for growth and innovation. The Chemical Applications track addressed the advances in dyeing technology, polymer and fiber modifications, odor management & evaluation, and the Herman and Myrtle Goldstein Student Paper Competition. Presentations in the Materials track included natural and nature-inspired textiles, healthcare textiles, protective and military textiles, and materials analysis.

    A keynote presentation was made on the second day of the event, entitled Walmart: Investing in American Jobs. Joe Quinn, Senior Director, Walmart Public Affairs and Government Relations, talked about the company’s commitment to purchase and sell an additional US$ 250 billion in US made products over a ten-year period.

    Dr. Dawood presentation was about the “Performance Analysis of Temperature Sensing Fabric”. He received encouraging and critical feedback on his talk and some short conversations with industry and academia delegates about the scope of his work was also made.

    28th March 2017:
    The Faculty Advisor AATCC NED Chapter, Dr. M. Dawood Husain has presented the Souvenir to the President AATCC USA, Mr. Rembert (Bert) J. Truesdale, III during the AATCC International Conference 2017 at Wilmington, North Carolina, USA. The Executive Vice President, Mr. John Y. Daniels can be seen along with as shown in the image. This was a surprise to them and they really liked the souvenir. It was very good to receive the encouraging remarks from the AATCC President, Vice President and the board members about our NED chapter, as chapter updated them regularly about the events/programs.


  • Masters of Textile Science classes has been started in the Department.

  • 2nd NED International Textile Conference (2nd NEDITC 2016) was held on 17th & 18th February 2016 at NED University. Speakers from Iran, China, UK and various universities from Pakistan including MUET, BUITEMS Quetta_attended the conference and presented papers. Conference was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Azfal Haque, Vice Chancellor NED University. In his speech, he appreciated the efforts of Textile Engineering Department for organizing his Conference and hoped that the outcomes of the conference will be benefited by the Textile Engineering community including Academia and Industry. Earlier, Dr Muhammad Tufail, Conference Chair, welcomed all participants. Dr. Yipiing Qiu from Dong Hua University China presented keynote speech. In his speech he highlighted the imporatance of China Pakistan Economic Corridor and its impact on Textile Industry of Pakistan.  Fourteen research papers in four sessions were presented in the Conference.

  • On campus interviews were held on 7th October 2015 by Feroz 1888, on 14th October 2015 by Siddique Sons & Artistic Fabric & Garments industries, on 29th September 2015 by Soorty Enterprise
  • Annual Dinner was held on 10th January 2015 at Convocation Ground arranged by Final year Textile
  • A 3 days job fair is being held at the Textile Department, in which different Textile industries are conducting interviews of the final year students.
  • An Eid Milan Party was arranged by the students of T.E Textile Batch 2011-12 under supervision of Dr. Ali Hasan Mahmood on August 26, 2014 in the Lawn of Textile Engineering Department.
  • The First International Textile Conference was held on 13th March 2014 at Ned university of Engg. & Tech. In total 250 persons (including industry and academia) attended the conference.
  • Vicente Blanes Julia ,Director General Manager Aitex along with Salman Siddiqui General Manager Aitex South & Iftikhar Qamar Manager Operations & OEKO-TEX lead auditor visited Textile Engineering Department NEDUET in the month of September 2013
  • Seminar on "Recent developements in wet processing sector, restricted chemicals, REACH and CPSIA regulations " was arranged by Ministry of Textile Industry at NEDUET , Dr Salma Farooq Associate Professor in Textile Engineering Department NEDUET was one of the speakers
  • The 2nd Intra Departmental Cricket Tournament was organized by the students of B.E Textile Batch 2009-10 under supervision of Dr. Ali Hasan Mahmood from August 27, 2013 to August 29, 2013 in the University’s Cricket Ground. T.E. Textile defended the Title and wins the trophy by beating F.E. Textile in the final. A team of faculty and staff also played a friendly match with B.E. Textile.
  • An Eid Milan Party was arranged by the students of T.E Textile Batch 2010-11 under supervision of Dr. Ali Hasan Mahmood on August 30, 2013 in the Textile Engineering Department.
  • We proudly announce that in the year 2008 "REITER Award 2008" was won by Mr. Owais Raza Siddiqui who is a Lecturer at the Department of Textile Engineering; NED University.

Bio-design and Bio-Robotics Lab, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA visited on 27th March 2017

Dr. M. Dawood Husain visited the Bio-design, Micro-robotics and Bio-robotics Labs of Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA.  It was amazing to see such level of collaborative research work. Mechanical/Electrical/Electronics/Computers
/Control and Textile engineers are working here to produce soft stretchable electronics/sensors/actuators and robotic products to assist the persons with various disabilities. Dr. Dawood had some good discussions with various post doc researchers and he discovered some overlapping research areas which could be fruitful to his research field of electronic textiles.

Figure 4: Top Left: Bio-Design and Robotics Lab at Harvard University Top Right: School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard University Bottom: Great Dome of MIT

Dice Exhibition Faislabad at NTU 2017

Final Year projects of Textile Engineering Department NEDUET were presented in Dice Faislabad 2017 at NTU. One project won a special prize and two projects won cash prizes.


Visit to Mustaqim Dyeing & Priniting

Textile Sciences students visited Mustaqim dyeing and printing industries where they visited various department

  • Processing Department
  • Yarn Testing
  • Fabric Testing