The Department of Textile Manufacturing has announced its technical fest Vastraâ€™17 at the premises of Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), Matunga, Mumbai on April 8, 2017. VJTI is one of the premier engineering institutes in India with a legacy spanning 128 years.
The technofest Vastra has a history of being a confluence of visionary alumni students and corporate leaders from the field of textile science. This year, Vastra will be opening new avenues for interaction among textile enthusiasts from all across the country. The theme for the year is technical textiles.
The organizers plan to showcase global trends in the fields of Technical Textiles. The focus will also be on the ways in which Indian ecosystem is keeping pace with these trends. Vastraâ€™17 is powered by ITME.
The tech fest will witness among other events, competitions like technical quiz, paper on poster presentation, product marketing and spontaneous sketching. Vastra aims at providing a platform for students across India to engage with textile technocrats and win prizes worth Rs 50,000.
The event is authorized by Dr.O.G.Kakde (Director-V.J.T.I.), Dr.V.D. Gotmare (HOD of Textile Manufactures Department) and Dr. D.P.Kakad (Staff Co-Ordinator) for VASTRAâ€™17. The event is organized by Shantan Raybage (Overall Co-Ordinator) and Sameer Memon (General Secretary).
Vastra is a national level textile summit organized by VJTI, Mumbai. VJTI is one India's oldest and prestiguos institute contributing to the field of textile for over a century. This year, they have decided to continue their legacy, offer tribute to the always growing textile heritage and voice a unified thought through one platform, Vastra'17!
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