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Registered under the Societies Act of 1860, the TAI is a not-for-profit organisation managed by the apex body called the Governing Council (GC) which is elected by it's affiliated Units in proportion to their membership strength. The Office Bearers of the Central Office are elected by the GC member. The Units, with their own Office Bearers, are autonomous in their activities and are joined together through a federal structure under the Central Office at the national level. The members of Managing Committees of the Units and of the Governing Council are elected every two years.

Membership is open to all connected with the textile industry, trade, education and research as individuals or as oragnisations. Individuals can acquire student, ordinary, overseas, life or patron membership. The phenomenal growth achieved by TAI over 60 years is result not only of the vision of its founding fathers, but also of the true democratic spirit of a vast number of dedicated textile professionals who have worked ceaselessly for the cause of TAI.

OBJECTIVES

  • To promote the use of scientific knowledge in textiles, from fibres to garments
  • To implement programmes of continued education in textile technology and management
  • To help members acquire textile qualifications towards improved job performance.
  • To honour all those who contribute significantly to the growth of Indian textiles
  • To analyse socio-economic environment for developing strategy recommendations
  • To develop a sense of brotherhood amongst the fellow textile professionals

ACTIVITIES

  • Organising lectures, seminars, workshops and conferences to disseminate useful information on topics of current interest to different segments of the industry.
  • Publication of a journal devoted to new work in applied industrial research in all areas of textile, for members and subscribers.
  • Publication of low cost booklets and books of practical value to the practicing professionals - technologists and managers - in the Indian textile industry.
  • Award of Fellowship (FTA) or Associateship (ATA) to recognise the capability and the contribution of members; and also the award of Graduate Membership. (GMTA)
  • National level recognition of two individuals each year by awarding one Honorary Membership and one Honorary Fellowship.
  • Recommendation of policy alternatives to the Government of India and to the industry at appropriate times.
  • Organisation of socio - cultural activities al local level events in each Unit of the association.

ROLE OF UNITS

The role of the Units, each located at textile centres in India, consists essentially of holding Lectures, Seminars, Conferences, Study Tours, Technical Quiz Programmes, Experience Exchange Talks etc. At the large centres like Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi etc., the TAI Units have acquired own premises. The Units vie with each other to host the prestigeous All India Textile Conference (AITC) at their location. Most Units organise social gatherings, and inviting families of the members also to join the function. The stronger Units help the weaker Units in their geogrophical neighbourhood to function more effectively for their membership.

ROLE OF THE CENTRE

Publication of the journal, books/booklets, giving professional awards based on application or examination, deciding upon the Honours to be bestowed upon textile professionals and on dedicated members of TAI are the main functions of the Centre.

Facilitating Unit activities - helping them to serve their members better - is a major responsibility of the Centre. It, therefore, appoints four Zonal co-ordinators for helping the not so strong Units to organise activities for their members.

SAGA OF GROWTH

THE ASSOCIATION BORN - 1939
HOUSE MAGAZINE STARTED - 1940
ANNUAL CONFERENCES BEGIN - 1944
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION STARTED - 1945
BOOK PUBLICATION TAKEN UP - 1964

   
     
 
HISTORY OF THE TEXTILE ASSOCIATION (INDIA)

FORMATION OF THE TEXTILE ASSOCIATION (INDIA):

Against this back drop a stage was set for the entry of technocrats and supervisory staff of textile mills on one platform for free exchange of technical & other useful information in a spirit of fellowship and co-operation. Ten technicians Servashri Nandulal Mehta, R. W. Contractor, D. B. Katrak, R. M. Broker, Y.J. Homi, N. K. Mehta, A. N. Gokhale, V. A. Ajgaonkar, T. G. Chowdhari & R. K. Gujar with such ideas took the lead on Sunday the 9th April 1939 at Damodar Thackersey hall, Parel, Bombay and set an appeal to the technicians of the mills in the city of Bombay to get together.

In response to the appeal about 126 technicians attended over the meeting. Shri K. S. Davar, a retired spinning suptd. Of Brady group of mills, presided over the meeting. A resolution to start an Association of the textile technicians to disseminate technical knowledge and encourage fellowship amongst the technical and supervisory staff all over India, was adopted and “ The Textile Association (India)” was born on that day.

A provisional committee of 18 members was formed with Shri Nandulal Mehta as the Chairman and Shri Narayan Ullal as the Secretary to draft the constitution. Three classes of membership fees Rs. 3/-, Rs.6/- & Rs. 12/- per year were decided. The provisional Committee then appointed a sub committee of five members- Sarvashri Nandulal Mehta, D. B. Katrak, G. N. Vaidya, P.V. S Iyanger and N. V. Ullal to prepare the draft constitution.

A HOME MAGAZINE:
With a view to give wider publicity of the activities, within a year of its foundation in 1940 the first issue of technical magazine which was named as “ Textile Digest” was published with an initiative of Shri G. N. Vaidya & Shri N. V. Ullal. The publication of the Textile Digest initially served as a very good medium for communication & information rather than having technological & research orientation. Since January, 1972 with an initiative of Shri A. R. Garde the Textile digest has been renamed as “ The Journal of the Textile Association” (JTA) and started publishing technical and research oriented articles with the help of technocrats and research institutes. JTA was a quarterly journal till 1977 and it became a bimonthly from January, 1978. Today on account of varied interesting features being covered in the JTA being useful in all disciplines of textile industry. It is considered as an important publication on Textile not only in our country but it has been warmly accepted outside our country too. In the recent years the JTA has been given a new look and made it more informative, educative & quite attractive which can be compared with any international magazine. The credit for which goes to Hon. Editor Dr. Teli and his co-ordinators, creators Shri P. S. Pawar and Shri K. D. Sanghvi from Bombay. The Editorial Board of JTA has been playing a great roll in maintaining the standard of the magazine.

LOGO OF THE ASSOCIATION:
“United we stand” was the first logo of the Association, which has been changed to present logo in the year 1975.

THE UNIT:
Initially the activities were concentrated in Bombay only, but slowly and slowly the message was spread outside Bombay through the technicians of Bombay and the Liason officer Shri J J. Randeri. A need was therefore fell to open branches at variour textile centres. The first Branch (Unit) of the Association was started at Solapur in the year 1944. Till the end of the 3rd decade there were only 13 units and in the fourth decade a further need was felt to open more new units to bring all technocrats from different areas of the country under the fold of the Association. It was on account of leaders provided by Hon. Maj. R. P. Poddar and initiative taken up by Shri J. J. Randeri, Shri M. K. Mehra, Shri B. A. Shah & Shri H. C. Jain the message of the Association was spread through out country and today the Association is having 27 units.

HEAD QUARTER OF THE TAI:
From the foundation of the Association the head office of the Association was in Bombay, first in the Blavatsky Lodge, than at Ganesh Bhavan Suparibaug Road (New Dr. AmbedkarRoad). It was shifted to Ahmedabad in 1966. But again in 1979 the Head office, now called the central office, Shifted to Bombay at “ Santosh” Shivaji Park, Dadar. This building was purchased in 1960 and the property belongs to Bombay unit. This office has been completely renovated with the personal interest and initiative from Shri R. K. Dalmia and today it is made most modern equipped with computer & fax.

UNITS WITH THEIR OWN PREMISES:
At present many units have their own office premises. Bombay, Ahmedabad, Solapur, Delhi, South Gujarat (Surat) & M.P. (Indore) are having their own office premises. Over and above Bombay is having a entire building of their own, the Ahmedabad unit is having a very large property with a Community hall and a Open Air Theater in their premises on the bank of river Sabarmati constructed in the year 1965.

INTERNATIONAL TEXTILE CONFERENCE:
The first international conference was held in Bombay in 1974. Our Association had the priviledge of holding so far eight international conference in the year 1974, 1981,1985,1987,1994,1995,2002, 2004 and 2008..

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS- A.T.A. , F.T.A. & G.M.T.A:
The awards “Associates of Textile Association” (A.T.A.) and “Fellow of the Textile Association”(F.T.A.) are given to the members of the Association. The AA is acquired either by application or by examination. A.T.A. Diploma has been recognized by Govt. of India for central services. The F.T.A. can be acquired by application or given as Honorary award to only one person every year at the All India Textile Conference. These awards started since 1945. the first A.T.A. examination was held in 1954, and first Honorary F.T.A. was awarded in the year 1946.

Initially in 1945 the Dimloma sub-committee headed by Shri N. V. Ullal set up the norms for syllabus which are being revised time to time as per requirement. Now a special professional award committee has been set up by the Association to decide the policy as review the syllabus for the awards.

In 1968 under the Chairmanship of Shri K. G. Vaze, training classes were started in some of the units for A.T.A. examination. Ahmedabad Unit took initiative in publishing books for the guidelines, of A.T.A. students. Efforts are continuously made to improve the standards of our Diplomas and in the golden jubilee year of the Association. i.e. in the year 1989 with the initiative pf P.A.C. Chairman Dr. H. V. Sreenivasmurthy, the Assotion has started G.M.T.A.(Graduate Member of Textile Association) course by upgrading the syllabus to a Degree level, which has been warmly welcomed by the members. The first examination of G.M.T.A. was held in the year 1990.

A special convocation functions to give A.T.A. and F. T.A. awards at the hands of an eminent person was started after the inaugural function of A.I.T.C., since the conference at Bhiwani in 1980, has been very much appreciated by one and all.

   
       
 

OTHER HONOURS:
The Association is regularly conferring following few awards at the All India Textile Conference every year.
· Honorary Membership
· Service Gold Medal
· Two Service Mementoes
· Hon. F.T.A.
· Best Standard Technical Book Award
· Best Unit Trophy

BOOK PUBLICATION:
Since 1981 a book publication committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of Dr. Gulrajani and the activity has started in full swing. It has so far published number of books, Monogram on diff. subjects useful to the members. IT has also published number of small booklets on Spinning, Weaving, Chemical Processing & Engineering having about 30 pages which are useful to supervisors and shop floor level technicians, available at a quite nominal cost. The first publication was brought out in 1982 at Kanpur AITC and up till now it has acquired a very good popularity and there is a continuous demand for the same.

INDIA ITEM SOCIETY:
The Textile Association (India) is one of the member of India Item Society alongwith T. M.M.A., AMMTSM (INDIA), I-C-M-F and I-S-I. Since 1980 India Itme Society is organizing India International Textile Machinery Exhibition every four years in India. So far such exhibitions were hold in the year 1980,1984,1988,1992,1996, 2004, 2008 & 2012.

LIASON WITH RESEARCH INSTITUTES:
The Textile Association (India) is closely Associated with the research associations in the country such as ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA, NITRA, IJIRA etc. and trying to keep up interactions with them on different occasions.

REPRESENTATION ON GOVT. BODIES AND LIAISON WITH STATE & CENTRAL GOVT.:
Our Association has always been trying to participate in the formation of national policy and debates concerning the Textile Industry. In 1985 when the new Textile Policy was being drafted by the Govt. The Association took keen interest and forwarded a set of recommendations for incorporation in the final policy under the presidentship of Shri B. A. Shah. These recommendations were appreciated by all the members of the committee and many of them were incorporated in the final policy.

In recognition of the Association activities & its positive contribution the Govt. invited representation of the Association in 1987 on the All India Council for Technical Education attached with the Ministry of Human Resources.

In 1988 Ministry of Textile invited Association representative on the country’s most important policy making forum i.e. Development Council for Textile Industry.

Shri M.K. Mehra represented the Association on both the above committee and made recommendations in the Development Council meeting for modernization, training and development of staff and for free import of modern technology advocating total modernization of mills and closer of unviable units.

Sometime back, The Ahmedabad Unit of the Association was entrusted the work of technical assessment of all the closed textile mills of Gujarat by the Government of Gujarat. The entire work was completed during the Presidentship of Shri D. G. Naik under the personal supervision & guidance of Mr. B. R. Shah.

In 1996, TAI contributed to the formation of the 9th plan for Textiles through the representation on the main working group led by the Secretary Textiles, and also on its sub-working group on Research & Development.

MEMBERSHIP:
In the first three decades, the activities of the Association were largely concentrated in the organized sector of major textile centres like Bombay, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kanpur, Coimbatore, Bangalore, & Chennai etc. In the 4th decade it has brought out machinery manufacturers, dyes and chemical industry in the fold and in the 5th decade and thereafter the association has tried to reach the interior of the industry and to all sectors i.e. handloom, powerloom, process houses covering cotton and man-mades silk & jute.

Detailed of membership fees:

Sr No. Type of Member Entrance Fees One Time Membership Annual Subscription
A. Hon. Member - - -
B. Patron Member - 3200 -
C. Life Member 100 2000 -
D. Ordinary Member 100 - 500
E.

Overseas Member A

Overseas Member B

$ 8

$ 2

$ 92

$ 100

$ 10

$ 12

F. Corporate Member - 15000 -
G.

Student Member A

Student Member B

50

50

-

-

200

250

H. Life to Patron - 1300 -

IMPORTANT MILESTONES

1972      Textile Digest transfromed into Journal of the Textile Association
1954      ATA by Examination in 2 parts : Part 1 General Part ll Advanced
1978      JTA becomes a bimonthly
1963      ATA Part ll in 3 specialisations
1980      Book of papers of AITC started
1976      ATA part ll, 1 more specialisation, and full jute stream added
1981      Book Publication Committee formed
1982      TABLETS released
1981      ATA Part l includes General Engineering
1983      Two books published by 1987
1990      GMTA - Graduate member of TAI started, equivalent to a degree course
1992      JTA production upgraded totally

ANNUAL HONOURS
OTHER EVENTS


1945      Honorary Membership to eminent persons
1974      1st International Conference: Mumbai
1946      Honorary Fellowship to significant contributors
1981      2nd International Conference: Mumbai
1968      Service Gold Medal instituted
1985      TAI recommendations on textile policy accepted by Government of India
1979      J. J. Randeri & H. A. Shah Service Mementoes
1987      4th International Conference in Delhi
1981      Convocation at AITC for ATA, FTA
1988      TAI representation on All India Council for Technical Education and on Development Council for Textile Industry
1989      Golden Jubilee Commemorative Lecture started
1994      5th International Conference at Mumbai
1989      Century Mills award for the best Indian textile book
1995      6th International Conference at Chennai
1993      Trophy for the best large Unit
1996      TAI Contributes to Working Group on textiles for 9th Plan
1997      Trophy for the best small Unit

TAI NETWORKS

1979
Textile Institute Overseas Conference at New Delhi, jointly with TAI
1980
Every four years, TAI co-sponsors the India International Textile Machinery Exhibition
1989
Starting of Consultancy cell
1991
First Asian Textile Confernce at New Delhi under the auspices of FAPTA
Federation of Asian Professional Textile Associations, promoted actively by TAI
Members : India, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Hongkong, Australia

SILVER JUBILEE 1964: 12 UNITS : 5000 MEMBERS
GOLDEN JUBILEE 1989: 25 UNITS:14,000 MEMBERS
DIAMOND JUBILEE 1999:27 UNITS:OVER 16,000 MEMBER
PLATINUM JUBILEE 2013-14: OVER 23,000 MEMBER

   


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Bringing Knowledge that Helps to Improve Practice

JOURNAL OF THE TEXTILE ASSOCIATION : JTA
JTA - a bimonthly periodical devoted to textile science, techonology,engineering and management contains 4-8 articles of practical interest to different segments of the Indian textile industry. Articles are contributed by R&D organisations, teaching institutes, professionals etc. It is popular with a large readership in indian textile industry.

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS : ATA, FTA & GMTA
The number of textile teaching institutes in India has grown from just 2-3 in 1950 to over 60 by 1990. Even so, the need to help those engaged in diverse textile activities to become professionally qualified continues to exist. ATA and the recently introduced GMTA are equivalent to diploma and degree courses respectivey. The Fellowship serves to recognise good contribution to textile fields and even Ph.D. holders in textiles now seek this recognition.

TABLETS: Technical Booklets
Tablets are short (24-32 pages) compilations on each stage of manufacture in spinning through chemical processing and on engineering utilities. Starting from basic functions, the TABLET gives norms on quality, productivity of machines and labour, faults and remedies, maintenance practices, supervisory check lists etc. of 29 different tablets have been published since 1982. Made available in art paper with coloured printing at very low costs, over 1,25,00 copies.

TAI TOMORROW - ANTICIPATING OUR NEEDS
The Indian Textile Industry is in the throes of major sturctural re-adjustment. Only the fit will survive in the small, medium and large sectors of textile manufacture and of supplier industries like fibres and producers machinery, dyes-chemicals manufacturers. Higher education is being rapidly privatised and continuous education will play much larger role in future. Information technology has altered irreversibly the pace of flow of information and knowledge. The need for R&D has grown tremendously, but so have the possibilities of buying lastest technology improved.

The TAI is accutely aware of these changes and of their impact on the role to be played by a professional body like it. The Diamond Jubilee offers a good pause to look back, to introspect, and to plan afresh for the future of TAI, so as to continue its strong support to the 'Indian Textile Industry'.

   
       
  PUBLICATIONS    
       
      A.I.T.C BOOKS OF PAPERS   TABLETS    
 
1980
1981
1982
1983

1984
1985
1986
1987

1989
1991
1992
1993

1994
1995
1996
1997

 

Polyester Textiles
Blended Textiles
Modernisation and Productivity in Textiles Mills
Modern Production Technologies

Textile Mills In Changing Environment
Manmade Textiles in Developing Countries
Textiles Today and Tomorrow.
Textile Panorama in 21st century

Golden Jubilee Conference
Indian Textile Scenario in Competitive Environment Indian Textile : Achieving Exellence for Going GlobalDiversification strategies for Txtile Industires

Integrating Indian text. Ind. Into World Market
Globalisation Indian Textile Industry
Modern Technologoy Management
Managing Quality for Growth in Textiles

 
SPINNING : 8 : Blow Room, Carding, Draw Frames, Combing, Fly Frames, Ring Frame l & ll, Doubling.



WEAVING : 7 : Winding, Warping, Sizing, Non-auto Looms, Automatic Looms, Fancy Weaving, Folding & Inspection.


CHEMICAL PROCESSING : 9 : Mercerisation, Fibre Preparation, Yarn Package Dyeing, Cloth Dyeing, Roller Printing, Screen Printing, Finishing, Processing of Blends, Quality & Process Control.

ENGINEERING : 5 : Improved Engineering Maintenance, Humidification, Fuel & Steam Economy, Electrical Energy Conservation, Captive Power Generation.

   
       
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Contact the Honorary Secretary of the TAI UNIT nearest to you
   
 

Mr. Ashok D. Patel
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Ahmedabad Unit
Dinesh Hall,Ashram Road,
Navrangpura,Ahmedabad–380009
Tel: 079-26582123   Fax: 079-26586311
Mob: 9979048490
E-mail : taiahd2@gmail.com/ adpatel_1948@gmail.com

Mr. Malkappa M. Biradar
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Jalgaon–Khandesh Unit
Senior Manager & HOD Spinning
Raymond Limited, Textile division
E-1, MIDC Area, Ajanta Road,Jalgaon-425 003
Ph. 0257-2210570, Mob. 8275054785
E-mail: malkappa.biradar@raymond.in

Dr. M. Madhusoothanan
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Chennai Unit
C/o. A. C. College of Technology
Chennai - 600025
Ph: 044-22203557,  Fax: 044-24910740,  Mob. 09841168020
E-mail: mmadhusoothanan@gmail.com

Shri B. V. Rao
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Kota Unit
C/o. Sir Padampat Research Centre
Kota – 324 003
Tel: 0744-2425471-79  Fax: 0744-2425762

Prof. S. Rajgopalan
Hon. Secretary,
The Textile Association (India) Erode Unit,
S.S.M. College of Engineering,
S .S. Marichettiar Nagar, NH-47, Salem Main Road,
B. Komarapalayam- 638183 Dist Namakkal (T.N)
Ph. 04288-267702, Fax:04288-267705
Mob. 09843031194 ,
Email:taierodeunit@gmail.com / rajagopalan.slm@gmail.com

Dr. V. K. Joshi
Hon. Secretary,
The Textile Association (India)- Marathawada Unit
Dept. of Textile Technology
S.G.G.S College of Engg. & Tech.,
Vishnupuri, Nanded- 431606
Tel: 02462-269115,261341, Mob.9423034595,
Email:vkjoshi5@yahoo.com

Dr. S. Dhamija
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Haryana Unit
C/o. Technological Institute of Textiles College
Bhiwani-125022 (Har).
Tel: 01664-242561 Fax:01664-243728,
Mob. 09416132274
E mail: dhamija_s@rediffmail.com

Prof. K. N. Das
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India)-Orissa Unit
Co/. Institute of Textile Technology
P.O. Choudwar, Dist: Cuttack, Orissa
Pin-754025, Ph. 0671-217 pp

Shri S. B. Mhetre
Hon. Secretary,
The Textile Association (India) Miraj Unit
C/o. DKTE  Society’s Textile & Engg. Institute,
Rajwada,, Ichalkaranji-416115, dist: Kolhapur,
Ph. 0230-2421300, Fax: 0230-2432329.
Mob. 9822865422
E-mail : sbmhetredkte@gmail.com / dkte@sancharnet.in

Prof. Dhirendra Sharma
Hon. Secretary,
The Textile Association (India)- Rajasthan Unit
C/o. M.L.V. Textile Institute, Pur Road
Bhilwara-311001, Rajasthan
Mob. 9413054182 , 9529816828 Mob. 09417361680
E- mail: dhirendra.mlvti@gmail.com

Mr. Mohir Rughani
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Saurashtra Unit
Mob. 9427228154,9408301000
E-Mail:mihirrughani@hotmail.com

Mr. Ritesh Gupta
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India)- Delhi Unit
401, Gagan Deep, 12, Rajinder Place
New Delhi-110008,
Ph. 011-25750224, Mob. 9810311428
E-Mail:taidelhi@yahoo.com riteshguptanewdelhi@yahoo.co.in

Shri Virendra P. Jariwala
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) South Gujarat Unit
Kanjibhai Desai Hall, Samaj Shikshan Bhavan
Opp. Museum Chowk, Surat-395003.
Mob. 9099025253
E- mail: viren1001@yahoo.com

Mr. Shashi Vikasit
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India)-Gwalior Unit
510, Silver Estate, Unitersity Road
Gwalior-474011,
Ph. 0751-2434070, Mob.9301101447
E- mail: svikasit@yahoo.co.in

Prof. C. B. Gupta
Hon. Secretary,
The Textile Association (India) U.P. Unit
11/245-D, Souterganj, Kanpur-208001
Ph. 0512-2290199, Mob. 8953003117,
Vishnupuri, Nanded- 431 606
Email:info@jetknit.com

Mr. S. K. Thaokar
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India)- Hinganghat Unit
C/o. Deputy General Manager,
Gimatex Industries Pvt. Ltd,
7Km Mile Stone, N.H. No. 7, Village:Wani,
Tahluka: Hinganghat -442301, Dist: Wardha (MS),
Mob. 9372627625
E- mail: wani@gimatex.co.in

Mr. A. K. Mukherjee
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) W.B. Unit
C/o. Velona Enterprise,
17K/15, Dakhindari Road, P.O. Sribhumi,
Kolkata-700048, W. B.,
Ph.033-32619613, Mob. 9674581526
E- mail: taiwb1950@gmail.com /velonaenterprise@gmail.com

Prof. M. D. Roy
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India)-) Jalandhar Unit
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of
Technology,
G. T. Road Bye Pass, Jalandhar-144 011, Punjab
Ph. 0181-2690301, Fax:0181-2690320
Mob. 9417361680
E- mail: mdattaroy@yahoo.co.in

Dr. Hireni Mankodi
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Baroda Unit
603, C. Growmore Flats, Near Remeshwar Temple,
Atma Jyoti Ashram Road, Ellora Park,
Vadodara-390023.
Ph. 0265-2431170, Mob.9376222724,9427540984
E-mail: taibaroda@gmail.com / Dr.mankodi@gmail.com

Mr. Kannan Krishnamurthy
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Karnataka Unit
#6, Mookambika Nagar, 1st Floor, 12th Cross Road,
Near New Carmel School, 2nd Main road,
Hosakerehalli, BSK 3rd Stage,
Bangalore-560085, Mob.8088428526,8904281961,
E-mail:texasnkarnataka@gmail.com / solapurtexstores@hotmail.com

Mr. Ashok Veda
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) M.P. Unit
Ashok Bhavan, 14/1, Race Course Road,
Indore-452003
E-mail: taimpunit@gmail.com / Veda007@gmail.com

Mr. S. S. Bhandari
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Solapur Unit,
C/o. Solapur Textile Stores, 279 Sakhar Peth,
Solapur-413005
Ph. 0217-2726376, Mob. 9823269949
E-mail: solapurtexstores@hotmail.com

Mr. A. V. Mantri
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Mumbai Unit
3, Amar Villa, Behind Villa Diana,
3rd Floor, 86, College Lane, Off Gokhale Road,
Near Portuguese Church/Maher Hall, Dadar (W), Mumbai-400 028
Ph. 022-24307702, Fax:022-24307708
Mob. 9820324004
E-mail: taimu@mtnl.net.in/ taimu@bom3.vsnl.net.in

Mr. G. T. Bharath
Hon Secretary
The Textile Association (India) South Indian Unit
12, 12A, Natesa Gounder, 2nd Layout
Rathinapuri, Coimbatore-641027,
Ph & Fax: 0422-4212021, Mob. 9750660601
M:09860930380
E-mail: hemantsonare@gmail.com / castingindia@gmail.com /taisinewsletter@gmail.com

Mr. Satish Marwaha
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) PHC Unit
C/o. Saurabh Sales Pvt. Ltd,
SCO: 107-8-9, Sector-34-A,,
Chandigarh-160 022
Ph. 0172-5016609, Mob. 9501056002
Email: taiphc@gmail.com

Mr. Hemant Sonare
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Vidarbha Unit
C.o. Texcellence Institute of Design,
168, First Floor, Vivekanand Nagar,
Wardha Road, (Nr. Sai Mandir),
Nagpur-440015.
Mob. 9860930380, 9822573341
E-mail: hemantsonare@gmail.com

Mr. G. Gunasekara
Hon. Secretary
The Textile Association (India) Salem Unit
C/o. HOD, Fashion Technology,
Sona College of Technology, Juction Road,
Salem-636005, Ph & Fax. 0427-2446219,
E-mail: gunaaonmail@gmail.com

 
 
 
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