Textile Institute of Pakistan

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Textile Institute of Pakistan
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Established 1994
Type Private
Endowment Government of Sindh
Chancellor Abdul Majeed
Students 250
Location Karachi, Pakistan
Campus Main Campus (55 acres) (Bin Qasim Town), City Office (PECHS)
Affiliations Degree Awarding: Higher Education Commission of Pakistan
Website http://www.tip.edu.pk


Textile Institute of Pakistan (TIP) is a private sector, not-for-profit degree-awarding institution in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The Institute was established by the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) in 1994 as a means to create professionals to support Pakistan's textile industry. Textile Institute of Pakistan is one of the finest Art/design Institutes in the country as per latest HEC rankings[1]

It offers a four-year, eight-semester Bachelor's Degree programs in the following five disciplines:

  • BSc (Hons) in Textile Science
  • BSc (Hons) in Textile Design Technology
  • BBA (Hons) in Textile Management and Marketing
  • BBA (Hons) in Apparel Manufacturing and Merchandising
  • BBA (Hons) in Fashion Design Management

As of January 2015, TIP is being headed by Mr. Humayun Zafar.

In the past, TIP has been led by Dr. Zubair Bandukda and before him, Mr. Tariq Ikram, former CE Trade & Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP), former Chairman Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) and former Minister of State, and writer and intellectual Mr. Irfan Husain.

TIP's founding chancellor was Dr. Eqbal Ahmad. Since Dr. Ahmad's demise, architect and thinker Mr. Arif Hasan has served this position. The present Chancellor of Textile Institute of Pakistan is Mr. Abdul Majeed who is a member of National Textile Foundation .[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ - Ranking of Higher Education Commission (HEC) Recognized Universities in Pakistan

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