Textile Dyeing and Printing

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TEXTILE DYEING AND PRINTING
B.A/ B.Sc. / B.Com. Part -1 -2013
Scheme :
B.Sc.-Pt-I
Nomenclature
Paper-I Weaving and Mkt.
Paper-II Designing & Dyeing
Practical

Dur.
3 hrs
3 hrs
4 hrs

Max./Min. Marks
75
27
75
27
75
27

Max./Min. Marks
65
24
65
24
70
26

No. of Periods
3
3
4/ Batch

PAPER- 1 (Weaving and Marketing)
Duration: 3 hrs
Note: The question paper will contain three sections as under-

Max. Marks: (Sc)-75/(Arts/Comm.)-65

Section-A:

one compulsory question with 10 parts, having 2 parts from each unit, short answer in 20 words for each part.
10 (Sc.)/05 (Arts/Comm.)

Section-B:

10 questions, 2 questions from each unit, 5 questions to be attempted, taking one from each unit, answer approximately in 250 words.
35 (Sc.)/35 (Arts/Comm.)
04 questions (question may have sub division) covering all units but not more than one question from each unit, descriptive type answer in about 500 words, 2 questions to be attempted.
30 (Sc.)/25 (Arts/Comm.)

Section-C:

UNIT-1

Introduction to Textile
Classification of textile fibers
General properties of textile fibers
Identification of textile fibers

UNIT-2

Natural Fibers-Manufacture, Chemical composition, general properties & Flowchart-cotton, silk, wool
Manmade Fibers- Manufacture, Chemical composition, general properties & Flowchart Rayon, Nylon, Polyester

UNIT-3

Preparatory processes
(a) Scouring
(b) Bleaching (i) bleaching of cotton, silk, nylon (ii) Optical bleaching agents (c) Desizing (i) Acid desizing ( ii) Rot steeping ( iii) enzymatic desizing (d) Singing (i) gas singing (ii) Plate signing (iii) roller singing (e) Mercerization-Historical significance & introduction Action of Caustic Soda on Cotton fibre, Nature of Change occurring in cotton fibres

UNIT-4

(a) Introduction to weaving
• Terms used in weaving
• Loom & it’s parts
• Elementary weaves and their derivatives
Plain weave- Rib, Basket
Twill weave-Right hand & Left hand
Satin weaves- Satin & sateen
(b) Weave Representation : Weaving plan,Various Drafts and Peg Plans 1

Meaning, nature& scope of marketing

UNIT-5





Role & importance of marketing in modern economy.
Meaning and importance of marketing mix
Products, Pricing, Physical distribution ,Promotion

References
1. Textiles- Bucker-(1998)Abhishek Publication
2. .Essentials of Textiles- M.Joseph, Holf Rinechants,
3. Textile -Year 1998-By A.F. Barker -Chapter 7, Principles of weaving-Pg.154-174 4. Weaving Technology-M.M.Kulkarni, Virinda Publication, Jalgon 5. Principles and practice of Dyeing- V A Shenai, 1993 Sevak Publications.

B.A/ B.Sc. / B.Com. Part -1

Paper-II (Designing & Dyeing)
Duration: 3 hrs
Note: The question paper will contain three sections as under-

Max. Marks: (Sc)-75/(Arts/Comm.)-65

Section-A:

one compulsory question with 10 parts, having 2 parts from each unit, short answer in 20 words for each part.
10 (Sc.)/05 (Arts/Comm.)

Section-B:

10 questions, 2 questions from each unit, 5 questions to be attempted, taking one from each unit, answer approximately in 250 words.
35 (Sc.)/35 (Arts/Comm.)
04 questions (question may have sub division) covering all units but not more than one question from each unit, descriptive type answer in about 500 words, 2 questions to be attempted.
30 (Sc.)/25 (Arts/Comm.)

Section-C:

UNIT-1 1.Elements of design (line, form, colour, texture, tone, space) 2. Principle of design (unity, harmony, balance, dominance, rhythm, proportion) 3. Definition of Motifs & its characteristics with reference -Classification of motifs (i) Traditional (ii) Modern

-Types of motifs (i) Geometrical (ii) Stylized (iii) figurative (iv) Abstract (v) Folk (vi) Tribal
4. Concept of Repeat in Design:
Types of Repeats: Plain, Vertical, Horizontal, Twill, Mirror, Half step, All over. Unit 2

Nomenclature of Dyes: Colour and Dyes, colouring and Dyeing. The dye molecule (chromophores and auxochromes)
Theory...
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