A visitor remarking at the commenting Books at the Stall of Textile Engineering Department at  BIGTEX 2018 Expo

Department of Textile Engineering of Daffodil International University participated at BIGTEX 2018 Expo and successfully utilizes the opportunity to link its students to the employer and to showcase the strength of the department.
The increasing demand for Made in Bangladesh product and competitive countries like China, India, Vietnam, Cambodia & Sri Lankaare creating a huge pressure on the industry to ensure the quality and competitive price. Advancing with the latest technology is the only way to tackle the pressure and stay in business. To meet this requirement Red Carpet 365 Ltd. has organized the 3rd BIGTEX 2018 Expo took place from November 15 to November 18, 2018 at International Convention City Bashundhara. Along with hundreds of local and foreign manufacturers and importers,some stalls were allotted for academic institution.This was tremendous opportunity for students of  the department to showcase the quality of their graduates and introduce them to different industry owner and employer.
A good interest was observed among the visitors about the Textile Engineering Dept.  of DIU through different questions about the schedule, fees and other opportunities. The other focus, meeting the employers was also highly successfully. Many employers visited the stall and some inspiring questions raised like-“whom they should contact in the department to hire people from the department”. Many alumni of the department who are now employed in different sectors in textile industry also visited the stall and communicated with the students available there.
The department along with the help of Textile Club operated the stall. A group of volunteers choose by the club were always present there to entertain the guest in the stall. Faculty members were also present during Expo time to ensure the smooth running of the stall.  Head of the department supervised all the activities and was present  time to time to inspire the students.