It encourages learners to explore their abilities in designing multipurpose and multivariate fabrics. It provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for self-employment and industrial-related employment. With an emphasis on broad-based conceptual and technical aspects of design, the program is expected to facilitate postgraduate studies in specialized textile-related areas such as art history, textile marketing and merchandising, textile technology, industrial design, fashion design, new media design, and textile conservation. It enables for conceptual development and the opening of new vistas, thereby broadening the knowledge base. The fourth and final year is an independent study program that culminates in a degree-project exhibition. Graduating students are expected to demonstrate proficiency in technical, creative, and professional skills acquired during their studies.

“Textile Design Technology is a well-rounded program that is committed to providing students with the highest quality technical education, developing their aesthetic capabilities, and gaining industry insights alongside personal development.”

The Textile Design Technology Program aims to provide students with a one-of-a-kind, hands-on educational experience. We hope to instill in students the confidence, skill set, aesthetic insight, and sense needed to succeed in the industry. We believe to ensure that our graduates are well-versed in industry standards in both domestic and international markets, with a strong emphasis on producing high-quality work. The program promotes exploratory learning, risk-taking, independent thinking, and a creative spirit, while also challenging students to think of ways to improve their environment.

• To develop strong linkages between academia, industry, and, the indigenous craft sector.
• To be able to reflect viable aesthetic, pragmatic, and innovative solutions in order to carve out a market niche for themselves.
• To train students to contribute to the community through design solutions, while adapting to their immediate socio-cultural limitations.
• To encourage students to maintain responsible behavior as global citizens, supporting the idea of “GREEN” while they screen through the material and social-cultural notions.

BS in Textile Design Technology explores all possibilities of value addition through various processes and techniques applied to textiles and its products. The aim of this programme is to view the whole process of textiles through an aesthetic perspective. Awareness and appreciation of textiles and crafts traditions is also a significant aspect of this course.

Textiles are the mainstay of our economy and survival is now based on quality not just quantity. Design, therefore, plays a major role. TIP aims to produce designers who are equipped with the necessary technical skills and aesthetic understanding required to function effectively in highly competitive conditions while catering to the local as well as international market needs.

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PKST-100/200 Pakistan Studies 2
ENGL-103 English Language& Composition 2
TXDG-110 Basic Drawing-I 3
TXDG-150 Basic Design-I 3
TXDG-102 Basic Drafting 3
TEXT-175 Introduction to Textile Manufacturing 3
TXDG-150 Art Appreciation 1

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-103 Design History & Theory 1
ENGL-104 Oral Communication 2
TXDG-104 Digital Communication 3
TXDG-120 Basic Drawing-II 3
TXDG-160 Basic Design-II 3
TEXT-130 Textile Technology 3
RELG-100/200 Religion 2

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-204 Interior Design & Decoration 3
TXDG-200 Print Design Project 3
TXDG-205 Fashion History & Theory 3
TXDG-201 Art History I 1
TXDG-210 Weave Design-I 3
TXDG-220 Drawing Project 2
CADN-201 Computer Aided Design-I 2

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CADN-202 Computer Aided Design-II 2
TXDG-209 Product Development 3
TXDG-202 Art History-II 3
TXDG-211 Weave Design-II 3
MGMT-250 Business Communication 3
TXDG-260 Print Design-II 2
Elective 2

Studio Elective Course in 4th Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-230 Creative Drawing 2
TXDG-240 Painting 2
TXDG-250 Fashion Illustration 2

Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-303 Textile History 2
TXCH-350/450 Wet Processing & Washing 4
CADN-312 Advance Weave (CAD-III) 2
TXDG-300 Design Project-I 6
TXDG-304 Textile Embellishment 3

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-328 Research Methodology 3
TXCH-356 Textile Printing & Coating 3
CADN-313 Knit Design Technology (CAD-IV) 3
TXDG-302 Design Techniques (Workshops) 3
TXDG-330 Design Project-II 6

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-400 Design Research Project 6
MGMT-414 Marketing Management 3
MATH-401 Textile Calculations 3
TXDG-428 Dissertation (Eng-IV) 3

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
TXDG-400 Design Research Project 10
MGMT-415 Entrepreneurship 3
TXDG-428 Dissertation 2

The candidate must at least have 50% in either of the following:
• Intermediate (Pre-medical, Pre-Engineering, Commerce, Arts) with no failed subjects.
• GCE ‘A’ Levels in any three subjects that must be equivalent to a minimum grade of C (50%) in intermediate qualifications. * Equivalency certificate from IBCC must be submitted.
Note: Any other Equivalent qualification (to be evaluated by the Admission Committee)

Merit Criteria: Intermediate/GCE A Level (20%) + Entry Test Marks (50%) + Interview (30%)
Note: Applications that are entertained on an Intermediate Part-I basis must meet the basic eligibility criteria of the relevant degree program on the announcement of the Intermediate Part-II result, failing which admission will be automatically canceled.
Test: Entry Test Required