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Objectives of the Conference
The main objective of the conference is to bring together industry, research organizations and academia involved meaningful discussions on existing technical textile products, exploring possibilities for new product development, tapping domestic and global market potentials for new products and innovations and finally to come up with suitable strategy for the overall amelioration of technical textiles in India. The ever expanding field of technical textiles continues to consolidate its market share, ushering in newer avenues of functions and applications. India itself is at the threshold of technical textile development, which is set to play a huge role in the development of the country's various facilities, thus offering one of the greatest growth potential in this sector. The conference at this juncture is thus expected to be beneficial for industries which are looking ahead to take advantage of the opened up global market, research organizations to ascertain thrust areas and various academic institutions to identify areas to focus their R&D efforts and develop appropriate technology & products.

Conference papers would discuss design aspects and manufacturing technologies for various functional and technical textile products including technical yarns, woven, knitted, braided and nonwovens products. Application areas would include agrotech, buildtech, clothtech, geotech, hometech, indutech, medtech, mobiltech, oekotech, packtech, protech and sporttech.

The conference would deal with oral papers and poster presentation from different sectors of technical textiles. Special sessions would have invited speakers deliberating on Protective, Medical, Composites, Nonwoven products and machineries.
Registration Fees:
Industry Rs. 3,000 (US$ 100)
Academic institutions Rs. 2,000 (US$ 50)
Students Rs.750(US$ 20)

All cheques/drafts should be made in favour of “ICTN 2010” payable at New Delhi.