In Plant Training Report on Textile Industry

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THE IN-PLANT TRAINING REPORT AT ARTHANARI LOOM CENTRE TEXTILE PRIVATE LIMITED TRAINING REPORT Submitted by T.SARANYA Register no: 098001612043 In partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION In DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES PAAVAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE PACHAL, NAMAKKAL-637 018 JULY 2010 BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE PAAVAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES IN-PLANT TRAINING REPORT JULY 2010 This is to certify that the training report THE IN-PLANT TRAINING REPORT AT ARTHANARI LOOM CENTRE PRIVATE LIMITED is the bonafide record of training done by T.SARANYA Reg. No: 098001612043 of MBA during the year 2009-2010. ------------------------Guide ------------------------Head of the…show more content…
The textile industry is a group of related industries which uses a variety of natural (cotton, wool, etc.) and/or synthetic fibres to produce fabric. It is a significant contributor to many national economies, encompassing both small and large-scale operations worldwide. Subdivision of the textile industry into its various components can be approached from several angles. According to reference, the classical method of categorizing the industry involves grouping the manufacturing plants according to the fibre being processed, that is, cotton, wool, or synthetics. The modern approach to textile industry categorization, however, involves grouping the manufacturing plants according to their particular operation.  Wool Scouring  Wool Finishing  Dry Processing  Woven Fabric Finishing  Knit Fabric Finishing  Carpet Manufacture  Stock and Yarn Dyeing and Finishing Traditionally, the textile industry is very energy, water, and chemical-intensive. About 60% of the energy is used by dyeing and finishing operations. Environmental problems associated with the textile industry are typically those associated with water pollution. Natural impurities extracted from the fibre being processed along with the chemicals used for processing are the two main sources of pollution. Effluents are generally hot, alkaline, strong smelling and colored by chemicals used in dyeing processes. Some of the chemicals discharged are toxic. Other environmental issues now considered
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