Textile Associations of India

The Textile Association (India), established on 09th April, 1939 is the foremost leading and largest national body of textile professionals of India, striving for the growth of India’s largest single Textile Industry for over 7 decades. It is registered under The Society’s Registration Act XXI of 1860 and under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 (BOM, XXIX of 1950) at the Public Trust Registration Office, Greater Bombay Region on 17th Day of June, 1955. It is established with 126 founding members and as on today the Association has more than 23000 strong memberships with 26 affiliated Units, spread throughout the length and breadth of the country. (In 2011 Kota unit has been merged with Rajasthan Unit). Association has been certified with ISO 9001:2008 since 2010.

VISION
To be a leading largest and internationally reputed Association of textile technocrats promoting scientific and technological knowledge and training globally with benchmark performance as well as commitments to professional ethics and social responsibility.

To be the leading recognized body for textile distance educational system in India and world over.

MISION
To conduct the programmes for textile professionals and technocrats with an aim to achieve their continuous growth and development, which will enhance industrial performance in terms of quality and productivity.

To dedicate in spreading the knowledge that can stabilize and improve the textile, clothing technical textile industry by conducting lectures, conferences, seminars, experience sharing activities, holding industrial exhibitions, publishing books, magazines, newsletters, conducting professional examinations and recognizing the achievers.
To identify and recognizing the achievers in the textile related sharing their knowledge among the members.
To work united to build India as the strongest textile Centre by encouraging the qualified technical and associated staff and workmen to enhance their qualification through professional examinations conducted by the Textile Association.