IICT (Govt. of India)


(IDLP) in WOOL, CARPET & TEXTILES
INTERNATIONAL DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME IN WOOL, CARPET & TEXTILES

(IN COLLABORATION WITH IICT, BHADOHI & Ag Research, NEW ZEALAND)

Diploma Duaration:               Min 3 Years
Certificate Duration:             Six Months
Eligibility :                                10th Standard

IGIA has associated with IICT to impart their courses which are only one of its kind in Asia. Under IICT’s Center for Distance Education, we provide the most sought after courses in the modern Carpet & Textile Technology which are approved by AICTE, Govt, of India.

Corporate and other organisations engaged in Carpet & Textile manufacturing across India also prefer their students to undergo these courses as well as freshers who are desirous of making a lucrative career in the Carpet industry.

ABOUT IICT
The Indian Institute of Carpet Technology popularly known as IICT, the only of its kind in Asia, has been set up by Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India to provide much needed support to Textile, Carpet and allied Industries. The Institute is affiliated to U.P. Technical University. Lucknow and is approved by A.I.C.T.E. The institute is also a member of I.S.T.E. and CII and recognized by Textile Institute, Manchester, UK. The main thrust areas of the Institute are A) Human Resource Development B) Design Creation and Development, C) Research & Development and D) Technical Support Services to the Industry. Signing of MOU with world reputed organization, Wool Research Organization of New Zealand (WRONZ), presently known as “Canesis” concerning collaboration has started new dimensions/initiatives in India focusing on the wool/carpet/textile industry.

ABOUT Ag RESEARCH Ag Research, evolved from Wool Research Organization of New Zealand (WRONZ) and Wools of New Zealand Ltd., which have built an International Reputation, over the past 40 years, as a world-class provider of research, development and technology services, is an internationally focused technology service organization and supplies innovative research and development services, a broad range of technical services and is involved in the creation of new technology-based products. Canesis focuses mainly on four fields: Textiles, Carpets, Platform Sciences and incubating New Technology business ventures.

The IDLP Programme
The course is aimed at those who aspire for a career in wool, carpet and textile industry. The curriculum will comprise a totally comprehensive package covering all aspects of textiles and carpets. The IDLP programme consists of:

(a) Diploma Course: Each diploma comprises of six topics having three/four compulsory topics & three/two optionals.
(b) Certificate Course: Certificate course is on any one topic from the given list.

DURATION
Minimum duration for completing the diploma course is Three Years.
Minimum duration for completing the certificate course is six months.

If in any case after the expiry of period of three years/ six months (as applicable); the candidate is not being able complete the Diploma/Certificate course he/she has to register again for which a nominal fee will be charged.

Sl No.   Name of Diploma
1   Diploma in Apparel Yarn Manufacture
2   Diploma in Basic Textile Technology
3   Diploma in Carpet & Textile Designing
4   Diploma in Carpet Technology
5   Diploma in Carpet Technology
6   Diploma in Textile Dyeing & Finishing
7   Diploma in Wool Scouring Technology


DIPLOMA COURSES
Sl. No.   Name of the Topic   Sl. No.   Name of the Topic
1 Introduction to Wool and Wool Industry 16 Natural Textile Fibres
2 Manufactured Textile Fibres 17 Spun Yarns
3 Wool and Wool Scouring Process 18 Wool Scouring Technology
4 Wool Characteristics and Measurement 19 Wool Market Systems
5 Textile Fibre Blending 20 Woolen Yarn Manufacturing
6 Worsted and Semi-worsted Yarn Manufacturing 21 Yarn Specification and Measurement
7 Wet Processing of Wool Carpet Yarns Carpets 22 Dyeing of Wool Carpet yarns
8 Textile Dyeing and Finishing 15 Textile Dye Selection and Use
9 Textile and Dyestuff Chemistry 15 Textile Colour
10 Dyeing Machinery and Mechanisms 15 Dye house Operation
11 Textile Printing 15 Introduction to Wool Carpets
12 Carpet Manufacture 15 Carpet Maintenance
13 Carpet Finishing 15 Advanced Carpet Manufacture
14 Woven Fabrics 15 Carpet Performance
15 Natural Dyeing (IICT exclusive package) 15 Carpet and Textile Designing (IICT exclusive package)

Detail content of these certificate topics is available in the contents of the diploma course

COMMENCEMENT
These programmes are continuous programmes so one can register any time through out the year for any of these courses.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERION
These courses are open to candidates who have passed 10th standard from any recognized Board with Mathematics as a compulsory subject but it is essential that the candidate must be conversant in English Language & Computer Friendly to cope up with the course material. Exposure of the relevant field is preferable.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE
Candidates willing to get registered for IDLP diploma/certificate course will be required to apply on the prescribed form, which can be obtained from personally/by post. The application form can also be down loaded from the IGIA website www.igiaindia.in or www.iict.ac.in. The registration fee for these courses is Rs. 250.00, which is to be deposited along with the filled in prescribed form. Candidates applying on the application form obtainable by hand from the institute will be required to deposit the Rs. 250.00 at the time of purchase of the form, which includes registration fee also. Candidates willing to get the application form by post will be required to send a demand draft of Rs. 300.00(which includes registration fee & postage charges) in favour of Indira Gandhi Institute of Aeronautics, payable at Jaipur drawn on any centralized bank.

REGISTRATION
On the receipt of completed application form along with the registration fee the candidate will be registered with the institute for the diploma/certificate course and will be allotted a registration number. The candidates will be required to quote this registration number for future correspondences.

COURSE FEE (a) Diploma Course: The fee for Diploma course, which comprises of six topics, is Rs.36, 000.00. Candidates for diploma course can deposit their course fee in installments as per details given below:
1st Installment: Rs. 21,000.00
2nd Installment: Rs. 16,000.00
3rd Installment: Rs. 8,000.00

(b) Certificate Course: The course fee for the certificate course is Rs. 7,500.00, which is to be deposited only in one installment.

STUDY MATERIAL All the candidates registered for the IDLP courses will be provided Study Material in the form of Right Protected CD-ROM for the course. These study materials are designed by the experts from Canesis and IICT exclusive packages by IICT & they contain all relevant information in detail. The course materials will be provided in installment for those candidates, who will deposit their course fee in installments. Each module of the course materials will contain theoretical description of that module and an assignment. The Right Protected CD- ROM to be supplied for the course is not to be copied, re-produced in any form for any other use other than studies. If at any stage of the course it is found that the any candidate found doing so he/she is liable to face severe disciplinary action, which may include legal action as per the law of land.

FACULTY Trained IICT staff will be the faculty for these courses. Experts from Ag Research will also be the faculty for these courses from time to time as evaluator.

CONTACT PROGRAMMES IGIA as an IICT approved centre will run contact programme for various topics on specified dates. However attendance in personal contact programme in not mandatory.

ASSIGNMENTS Candidates will be required to submit written assignments given at the end of each module.

EXAMINATION Exams are conducted at IICT approved centres every six months. Apart from the examination every student is required to undergo an internship and has to submit a project report on the assigned topic.

LEVELS OF ATTAINMENT The final result for a Diploma/Certificate topic is the average of the percentage marks recorded for the individual module assignments & the examination.

For the award of an IICT – Ag Research Certificate of Achievement for the topic, the final result must be at least 80%. This pass level is to ensure the mastery of the topic. Assignments may be resubmitted in order to achieve the pass level.

An IICT – Ag Research Diploma comprises a set of Certificate Topics. Diplomas are awarded at three levels of attainment, depending on the average of the topics results contributing to the Diploma:

Pass > 70% result average
Merit > 80% result average
Distinction > 90% result average

Proposal for permitting lateral entry to B.Tech 2nd year for the IDLP diploma holders is under consideration with UPTU.

DETAILED SYLLABUS
DETAILS OF THE DIPLOMA COURSE

1. Diploma in Apparel Yarn Manufacture (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Natural textile fibres
  • Manufactured textile fibres
  • Spun Yarns
     
  • Textile dyeing and finishing
  • Woven fabrics
  • Introduction to Wool Carpet Manufacture
     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Worsted and Semi worsted Yarn Manufacturing Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Preparation for worsted and semi worsted Processing Worsted and semi worsted carding
Gilling
Combing
Drawing, roving and spinning
Testing in top making and spinning
 

Yarn Specification and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6

Module7
Module8

Introduction to yarn specification and measurement
The measurement of yarn linear density
The measurement of yarn twist
The measurement of yarn moisture content
The measurement of yarn strength
The measurement of the oil and fatty matter content of yarns
The measurement of yarn evenness
Other yarn tests

Natural Textile Fibres
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3 
Introduction to textile fibres
Vegetable Fibres
Animal fibers

Textile Fibre Blending
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
 Fibre Blending
Opening, cleaning and conveying scoured wool
Fibre Processing Aids And Their Application
Wool Characteristics and Measurement

Wool Characteristics and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Characteristics of the wool fibre
Introductory statistics for wool
Objective measurement of wool (a)
Objective measurement of wool (b)

Woven Fabrics
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Woven Fabric Structure
Warp Preparation
Weaving process and Weft insertion
Basic Weaves
 

 
2. Diploma in Basic Textile Technology (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Natural textile fibres
  • Manufactured textile fibres
  • Spun Yarns
     
  • Textile dyeing and finishing
  • Woven fabrics
  • Introduction to Wool Carpet Manufacture
     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products

Natural Textile Fibres
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3 
Introduction to textile fibres
Vegetable Fibres
Animal fibers

Manufactured Textile Fibres
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Introduction to Textile Fibres *
Extrusion Processes for Manufactured Fibres
Regenerated Manufactured Fibres
Synthetic Manufactured Fibres (a)
Synthetic Manufactured Fibres (b)

Spun Yarns

Module 1
Module 2
Module 3



Module 4

Module 5

Module 6
SECTION 1
Principles of Yarn Making and Yarn Properties
Spun Yarn Production
Spun Yarn Manufacturing Systems – The Worsted System

SECTION 2
Spun Yarn Manufacturing Systems – The Semi-worsted System
Spun Yarn Manufacturing Systems – The Woollen System
Other Yarn Processes
 

Woven Fabrics
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Woven Fabric Structure
Warp Preparation
Weaving process and Weft insertion
Basic Weaves
 

Textile Dyeing and Finishing

Module 1
Module 2
Module 3


Module 4
Module 5


Module 6
SECTION 1
Colour Theory
Dyes Pigments and Chemicals
The Dyeing Process

SECTION 2
Dyeing methods and equipment
Dyed product performance

SECTION 3
Fabric finishing
 
Woven Fabrics Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Woven Fabric Structure
Warp Preparation
Weaving process and Weft insertion
Basic Weaves
 
Introduction to wool carpet Manufacture Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Wool and other carpet fibres
Carpet manufacturing
Carpet constructions and textures
Carpet performance
 


3. Diploma in Carpet & Textile Designing (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Introduction to Wool Carpet Manufacture
  • Designing of Carpets & Textiles
  • Textile Colour
  • Application of Natural Dyes
  • Textile Printing
  • Natural Textile Fibres

     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Introduction to wool carpet manufacture Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Wool and other carpet fibres
Carpet manufacturing
Carpet constructions and textures
Carpet performance
 

Designing of Carpets & Textiles
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
 
Theory behind design creations and color theory
Motifs- Selection and application for Carpet & Textiles
Concepts of Textile Designing
Concepts of designing of floor coverings
Popularization of designs through exhibition trend analysis etc.

Textile Colour
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3 
Colour Perception
Colour production
Colour Identification and Expression

Application of Natural Dyes
Module 1
Module 2

Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Introduction to wool and its process Carpet Industry
Introduction to Natural dyes, specification and market information
Dyeing process: Do’s & Don’t’s, Eco-parameters
Fastness properties of Natural Dyes
Shade: Development in wool/ silk. Reproducibility aspects.

Textile Printing
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Textile Printing Process and Systems (1)
Textile Printing Process and Systems (2)
Post-printing Processes
Carpet Printing

Natural Textile Fibres
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
 
Introduction to textile fibres
Vegetable Fibres
Animal fibres


4. Diploma in Carpet Technology (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Introduction to Wool Carpet Manufacture
  • Advanced carpet technologies

     
  • Woollen Carpet Yarn manufacture
  • Yarn specification and measurement
  • Carpet maintenance
  • Carpet Finishing
  • Carpet performance
     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Introduction to wool carpet Manufacture Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Wool and other carpet fibres
Carpet manufacturing
Carpet constructions and textures
Carpet performance
Advanced carpet technologies

Woollen Carpet Yarn Manufacture
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
 
Preparation for woollen processing
Functions of the woollen card
Woollen carding performance
Woollen spinning and subsequent processes
Testing in woollen yarn manufacturing

Yarn Specification and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6

Module 7
Module 8    
Introduction to yarn specification and measurement
The measurement of yarn linear density
The measurement of yarn twist
The measurement of yarn moisture content
The measurement of yarn strength
The measurement of the oil and fatty matter content of yarns
The measurement of yarn evenness
Other yarn tests
 

Carpet Maintenance
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Carpet Soiling Processes
Carpet Cleaning Performance
Carpet Maintenance Planning

Carpet Finishing
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Back finishing of carpets
Brushing, steaming and shearing
Special finishing treatments
Quality management

Carpet Performance
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8
Performance of carpets
Consumer properties of carpets
Carpets and the indoor environment
Static electricity in wool carpets
Friction and fibre shedding
Shading
Fire safety with wool carpets
Carpet wear and testing

 


5. Diploma in Carpet Yarn Manufacture (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Woolen Carpet yarn manufacture
  • Introduction to Wool Carpet Manufacture

     
  • Wool characteristics and measurement
  • Yarn specification and measurement
  • Textile fibre blending
  • Worsted and semi worsted yarn manufacture
  • Dyeing & Wet Processing of wool carpet yarns
     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Woolen Carpet yarn manufacture Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Carpet types
Fibres used in carpets
Carpet manufacture
Carpet performance

Introduction to wool carpet manufacture
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
 
Wool and other carpet fibres
Carpet manufacturing
Carpet constructions and textures
Carpet performance
 

Wool Characteristics and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4 
Characteristics of the wool fibre
Introductory statistics for wool
Objective measurement of wool (a)
Objective measurement of wool (b)
 

Yarn Specification and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6

Module 7
Module 8
Introduction to yarn specification and measurement
The measurement of yarn linear density
The measurement of yarn twist
The measurement of yarn moisture content
The measurement of yarn strength
The measurement of the oil and fatty matter content of yarns
The measurement of yarn evenness
Other yarn tests
 

Textile fibre blending
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Fibre Blending
Opening, cleaning and conveying scoured wool
Fibre Processing Aids And Their Application

Worsted and Semi worsted Yarn Manufacturing
 
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Preparation for worsted and semiworsted processing
Worsted and semiworsted carding
Gilling
Combing
Drawing, roving and spinning
Testing in top making and spinning
 
Dyeing & Wet Processing of wool carpet yarns Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Yarn scouring
Principles of chemical setting
Twist setting technologies
Yarn and carpet properties
 


6. Diploma in Textile Dyeing and Finishing (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Application of Natural dyes
  • Textile Dyeing and finishing
     
  • Textile dye selection and use
  • Textile and dyestuff chemistry
  • Textile colour
  • Dyeing machinery and mechanisms
  • Textile Printing
  • Dye house Operation
  • Dyeing & Wet Processing of wool carpet yarns
     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Application of Natural dyes Module 1
Module 2


Module 3
Module 4
 

Introduction to wool and its process Carpet Industry
Introduction to Natural dyes, specification and market information
Dyeing process: Do’s & Don’ts - Eco-parameters
Fastness properties of Natural Dyes
Shade: Development in wool/ silk. Reproducibility aspects.

 

Textile Dyeing and Finishing

Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
 

Module 4
Module 5


Module 6
 

SECTION 1
Colour Theory
Dyes Pigments and Chemicals
The Dyeing Process

SECTION 2
Dyeing methods and equipment
Dyed product performance

SECTION 3
Fabric finishing
 

Textile Dye Selection and Use
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3 
Introduction to textile fibres
Vegetable Fibres
Animal fibers

Textile Fibre Blending
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Selection and use of dyestuffs
Dyes, chemicals and the dyeing cycle.
Dyed product performance assessment
Computerized colour measurement and shade prediction.
Colour Diagrams

Textile and Dyestuff Chemistry
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Chemistry relevant to dyeing
Organic compounds relevant to dyeing
Textile Fibres
Dyes and the dyeing process
Water for dyeing

Textile Colour
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
 
Colour Perception
Colour production
Colour Identification and Expression
Textile Dyeing Machinery and Mechanisms Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Dyeing Machine Characteristics
Dyeing Machine Operation (1)
Dyeing Machine Operation (2)
 
Textile Printing Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Textile Printing Process and Systems (1)
Textile Printing Process and Systems (2)
Post-printing Processes
Carpet Printing
 
Dye House Operation Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Safety in the Dye house
Dye Selection and Costing
Colour Fastness and Shade Matching
Chemical and Dye Effluent and Disposal
 
Dyeing & Wet Processing of Wool Carpet Yarns Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Yarn scouring
Principles of chemical setting
Twist setting technologies
Yarn and carpet properties
 


7. Diploma in Wool Scouring Technology (Six Certificate topics)

   Compulsory

   Optional any two

  • Introduction to wool and the wool industry
  • Wool Scouring Process
  • Wool Scouring Technology
     
  • Wool characteristics and measurement
  • Wool Marketing Systems
  • Textile fibre blending
  • Woollen Carpet Yarn manufacture
  • Worsted and semi worsted yarn manufacture

     
Introduction to Wool and the Wool Industry


Module 1
Module 2
Module 3

Part A – Introduction to the Wool Fibre
Wool fibre structure and growth
Commercially important properties of wool
Wool characteristics of textile significance
 


Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
Module 8

Part B – The Wool Industry *
A brief history of sheep and wool
Wool production
Structure of the wool industry
Wool yarn manufacture
Wool textile manufacturing and products
Wool Scouring Technology Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
Module 7
 
Aqueous Scouring And Detergents
Chemical Treatments
Energy In Wool Scouring
Wool grease
Wool scour Effluent And Effluent Treatment
Control And Instrumentation
Wool Testing
 

Wool Characteristics and Measurement
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4  
 
Characteristics of the wool fibre
Introductory statistics for wool
Objective measurement of wool (a)
Objective measurement of wool (b)

Wool Marketing Systems
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4 
Wool marketing pipeline and the participants
Wool supply and demand
Wool quality and classification
Wool selling and other topics

Textile fibre blending
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Fibre Blending
Opening, cleaning and conveying scoured wool
Fibre Processing Aids And Their Application
 

Woollen Carpet Yarn Manufacture
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
 
Carpet types
Fibres used in carpets
Carpet manufacture
Carpet performance
 

 Worsted and Semi worsted Yarn Manufacturing
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
Module 6
 
Preparation for worsted and semi worsted processing
Worsted and semi worsted carding
Gilling
Combing
Drawing, roving and spinning
Testing in top making and spinning
 

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