Feedback from Jury

The judges were super impressed with the student exhibition! They loved how the students used new ideas and ways of making things alongside traditional techniques to tell stories about their cultures.
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Jawad Mehmood

Planning and Marketing Head at Cambridge.

Join us for a discussion with Mr Jawad Mehmood, a key figure in the textile industry and external jury member for the Textile Design Degree Show 2024. Mr Mehmood lauds the students’ dedication and project direction, highlighting their improved technical skills, particularly in weave design. He emphasises integrating “machine limitations” into the curriculum to enhance practical design execution. Mr. Mehmood also praises the Textile Institute of Pakistan for its collaborative environment, viewing students as future industry colleagues. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights from his valuable experience!

Urooj Mughal

Deputy General Manager Ideas Home :GulAhmed

Ms. Urooj Mughal is a leader in the Pakistani textile industry. She recently judged a student design competition and was very impressed by the creativity and talent of the graduating class. In the video, Ms Mughal talks about the importance of designing textiles that people will want to buy. This means considering how useful the design is, how it reflects current styles, and who it’s made for. She also discusses her education and how it helped her career. Ms Mughal believes that schools and businesses in the textile industry should work together more closely. This way, students can learn what kinds of textiles are in demand and create even more innovative designs.
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Imrana Shahryar

U & I Owner and AIFD Faculty

Join us for an enlightening session with Imrana Shahryar, owner of the U & I fashion brand and visiting faculty at AIFD Karachi, who served as an external jury member for the Textile Design Degree Show 2024. Imrana Shahryar praises the graduating students’ exceptional work and discusses the standout projects in depth. She emphasizes the need for stronger academia-industry connections, offering valuable career tips and advocating for increased collaboration to meet market demands and foster innovation. Don’t miss this insightful discussion bridging education with industry, guiding future leaders in textile design.

Ali Kazmi

Director Marketing

SM Denim Mills Pakistan

I owe a significant part of my professional success to my alma mater, the Textile Institute of Pakistan, where I earned my BSC Hons in Textile Sciences. The knowledge and skills I acquired during my time at TIP laid the foundation for my rapid career growth. The institute’s strong industry connections and emphasis on practical learning provided me with a unique edge in the job market.
Within a short span, I achieved a remarkable milestone by becoming the youngest General Manager of Marketing in the industry at just 28 years old. Today, as a Director of Marketing for the past five years, I continue to excel in my field, leveraging the expertise and confidence instilled in me by my education at TIP.
I am forever grateful to my alma mater for shaping my career trajectory and enabling me to reach new heights.

Sarim Mehmood

CEO and Founder

Fruit of Sustainability

TIP is not just a university but a unique community that enabled me to walk on paths not previously taken, initiate new ventures, and drive change. It was at TIP that I found a nurturing environment filled with mentors who inspired me, peers who challenged me, and resources that empowered me. This support system was instrumental as I led organizations in C-level leadership roles at a very young age, gaining experiences that would have been unimaginable without the foundation laid by TIP. Eventually, this journey led to the founding of Fruit of Sustainability, Pakistan’s first tech company specializing in digital social and environmental due diligence SaaS platforms which is set to revolutionize the Textiles and Apparel Industry in Pakistan. The entire journey is deeply and profoundly attributed to TIP.

Kashif J. Abbasi

Deputy General Manager, Retail Operations & Business Development


The time I spent at TIP campus had been the most important part of my career. It has given me confidence to achieve something that i used to believe as impossible. TIP has been a multicultural institute where I got the opportunity to engage with people of various cultural backgrounds from across Pakistan. We were valued, pampered and sculptured for the country’s textile industry. Due to the high quality of education and personal brought up I received at TIP, I am being valued today in the textile industry.

Hassan Essani

Regional Head


It’s an honor for me to be associated with TIP from the first day in this gigantic place till I graduated. Graduating from this prestigious institute constituted my launching point in the textile industry and though I’m very well off on my way there. My gratitude to the teachers and the institute as I’ll always believe they had an immense significance in getting me where I am today.

Urooj Mughal

Deputy General Manager


An unwavering commitment to excellence, coupled with the dedication of the faculty, equipped me with the knowledge, skills, and passion necessary to thrive in the dynamic world of textiles. I am filled with immense gratitude for the pivotal role Textile Institute of Pakistan has played in shaping my career and professional growth.

Ch. Haziq Ahmed



Entering the Textiles Institute of Pakistan back in ’05 kicked off my journey to where I am today. It wasn’t just about hitting the books; it was the whole vibe. The professors? They were like our industry sherpas, mixing theory with real-world stories that got us buzzing about business. They didn’t just teach; they inspired. And outside class? It was a hub of creativity and teamwork, where we bounced ideas off each other and dreamed big. The institute didn’t just give me skills; it lit a fire in me to tackle anything that came my way. So, yeah, big shoutout to my alma mater for shaping me into the entrepreneur I’ve become.