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Industrial Security || Threats Of Industrial Security

Industry is the place where products are manufactured. Security is essential for all types of organization. In everyday life, man wants to get safety and security. The security issue is the major concern of peoples. When a person involve in his work, he or she wants to complete his or her work without any hazards. For this reason, different organization tries to give best security to his employees or workers. The International Labor Organization (ILO) is deeply concern about the security and safety of the workers. They emphasis on the compliance of workers. The grading of the industry is involved on the facility given to the employee and workers of the industry.

Threats of Industrial Security: In the industrial area, the authority of the industry is deeply concern about the industrial security. Most of the cases, the authority faces different types of problems for the locals and political issues. The threats differ depending on the location of the industry. The industrial threats are commonly seen in most of the developing countries. Here, I like to write something about the threats of industrial security. They are-

  • Arson: Arson is the most dangerous security threats for the industry. Arson refers, if anyone wants to make fire willingly in the industry to make harm to the industry. It could be most harmful for the industry.
  • Assault: If anyone attacks anyone physically then it is called as assault. It is the dangerous industrial threats. It breaks the discipline of the industry. So, should ensure to assault free industry.
  • Burglary: If anyone entre into the industry forcely then it is called burglary. It is another threat of the security of the industry. The security should restrict this type of intension of the people.
  • Civil Disturbance: Civil disturbance is another type of industrial security threats. Sometimes, this type of problem arises due to local issue. For this reason, the supreme authority has to maintain a good relationship with the local cavils.
  • Kidnap: Kidnap is other types of security threats of the industry.
  • Bomb Threats: Bomb threats are the modern industrial threating issue of the industry. The security has to aware about the bomb threats.

To make threats free of the industry is the main responsibility of the security department of an industry or an organization.

Public And Private Universities/Colleges For Textile Engineering And Technology In Bangladesh

Textile Engineer is one of the most valuable person in textile and fashion design sector. In prospect of Bangladesh, textile engineering is one of the vital subjects. Bangladesh is the leading garment manufacturers and exporters in the world. World class garments are manufactured in Bangladesh. Huge number of textile and garment manufacturing companies are established in Bangladesh. So, job market is more comfortable for a textile engineer. So, if you want to study in textile engineering subject then you have to choose following universities from where you can complete your graduation.

I have listed running public and private universities and colleges name from where you can complete your graduation.

List of Public Universities and Colleges for Textile Engineering and Technology in Bangladesh

Bangladesh University of Textiles (BUTex): 92, Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Sarani, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh, Tel: +880-2-9114260, Fax: +880-2-9124255.

Abdur Rab Serniabat Textile Engineering College: Barisal, under control of Bangladesh University of Textiles.

Bangabandhu Textile Engineering College: Tangail, Phone: 0923-373176.

Begumgonj Textile Engineering College: Begumgonj, Noakhali-3821, Phone # 0321-51758, under control of Bangladesh University of Textiles.

Dhaka University of Engineering & Technology (DUET): Gazipur.

Mawlana Bhasani University of Science & Technology: Santus, Tangail.

Pabna Textile Engineering College: Shalgaria, Pabna, under control of Bangladesh University of Textiles.

Textile Engineering College, Zorarganj, Chittagong: Mirsori, Chittagong, under control of Bangladesh University of Textiles.

List of Private Universities and Colleges for Textile Engineering and Technology in Bangladesh

Ahsanullah University of Science Technology(AUST): 141 & 142, Love Road, Tejgaon Industrial Area, Dhaka-1208. Phone: (8802) 9897311, Ext. 103, 114, Fax: (8802) 986056, Email:

Atish Dipankor University of Science & Technology(ADUST): House # 83, Road # 4, Block-B, Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Phone: +880-8816762, +880-50105 Mobile: +8801911279619, +8801198134400, Email:

Bangladesh University of Business & Technology (BUBT): Rupnagar Road, Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Phone: (0)88 02 8057581

Bangladesh Textile Engineering College: Shahid Tajuddin Ahmed Sharoni Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212 Bangladesh, Email: email 1:, Email 2:

BGMEA Institute of Fashion & Technology: President: Muzaffar Uddin Siddique, Location 105, Uttara Commercial Area, Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh, This university is controlled by Bangladesh National University.

City University: Bulu Ocean Tower, 40, Kemal Ataturk Avenue, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Bangladesh, Phone: 989 3983, 986 1543, Fax: 885 9597

Daffodil International University(DIU): 102, Shukrabad, Mirpur Road, Dhanmondi, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. Phone: 9138234-5, 9116774, And 9136694, Email:

Green University Bangladesh(GUB): Admissions office: 220/D, Begum Rokeya Sarani (300 meter North Side of IDB Bhaban), Dhaka -1207, Bangladesh.  Phone: 9014725, 8031031   8060116.    Cell: 01713173205, 1757074304, 01757074302, 01757074303, 01757074301, 01191758792, 01730713840, And 01673197026, E-mail:


Northern University Bangladesh (NUB): Holding no-13, Road no -17, Banani C/A, Dhaka- 1213.

National Institute of Textile Training Research & Design (NITTRAD): Nayarhat, Savar, Dhaka 1350, Phone#+88 02 77 91 975, Email:

National Institute of Fashion Technology(NIFT): National Institute of Fashion Technology – Bangladesh Road #28, House #3691206 Dhaka (Dacca)Bangladesh (Bengal)
tel: +880 (1) 7131 16313.

Primeasia University:  Star Tower 12, Kamal Ataturk Avenue, Banani, Dhaka.

Raffles Design Institute, Dhaka: Saimon Centre, House-4/ARoad-22, Gulshan Commercial Area1205 Dhaka (Dacca) Bangladesh (Bengal), Tel: +880 (2) 9900 2217, Fax: +880 (2) 9922 7862

Southeast University (Bangladesh): House# 64, Road# 18, Block # B, Banani, Dhaka, Phone: 880-2-, 880-2-, 880-2-9882340, 8835222, Fax: 880-2-9892914, E-mail:

Sikder College of Textile & Fashion Technology (SCTFT): 1101/1, Malibagh Chowdhury Para, Dhaka-1219, Bangladesh, Phone: + 880 – 2- 9340385 Extn-109, 129, Cell: 01714-289892, 01818-482533, 01719-233427, Practical Campus-1: Khadun, Tarabo, Rupshi, Narayanganj, Practical Campus-2: Baniadi, Mura para, Rupganj, Narayanganj.

Shyamoli Textile Engineering College: Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207.

The People’s University of Bangladesh:  Main Campus: 3/2, Block-A Asad Avenue, Mohammadpur, Dhaka-1207, Phone: 9117454 -100,113 (Admission-Information). 9130726, 8951625, Mobile: 01923952937, 01766621386, 01835942848, 01685227772, 01192084032, And 01716723931, Fax: 9128009

University of South Asia: House No – 76 -78, Road No – 14, Block – B, Banani, Dhaka-1213, Phone: 880-2-8857073-5, Fax-880: 2-8313308, E-mail:

Victoria University of Bangladesh: 58/11/A (3rd floor), Panthapath, Dhaka-1205, Telephone: 8622634-5, Fax: +88-02-8622635, E-mail:

World University of Bangladesh(WUB): DHANMONDI UNIT-1 House-20, Road-7, A.R.A Center (on Mirpur Road), Dhaka-1205, Tel: 8144631-2; 8142046; 01552339906; 01813930223, Phone: 8144631-2; 9667435-6; 8155308, Email:

So, take information about the above universities and get admitted one of them and complete you graduation.



How to Improve Productivity || Reduction of Process Loss in Jute Mills

In this present age every man wants to get most benefit from his investment. For this reason they are interested to get maximum output from low input. To ensure that one should be careful before start a project. One should be calculative in every steps of investment. Poor management could be harmful. So management should be strong. Skilled personnel are needed for that. Man, Machine, Money Should available. I represents some suggestions to improve the productivity of jute mills as well as textile sectors and others industry.



Way to improve productivity in jute mills:

  • Standard moisture content in jute should be ensured.
  • Moisture content and correct weightiest of jute received in jute mills should be properly recorded in the register meant for the purpose under attention by the competent officers on jute and batching department.
  • Process stock taking should be done by carefully in terms on last Friday of every month in accordance with the guide line enclosed. They should be composed of –
  1. Project Head
  2. Accounts Head
  3. Production Manager
  4. Deputy Manager
  5. Concern Department
  • Quantity of jute received in batching department should ensure.
  • Regular checking on the procurement and issue of actual quality of Jute Batching Oil (J.B.O) by competent personnel is must.
  • Preparation and application of emulsion on jute should be properly.
  • Jute should be conditioned properly in the batching department. Even cut jute should be conditioned at least of 24 hours.
  • Correct grade and quality of jute should be received in the jute department.
  • Maintenance department must ensure proper setting and gauging of different rollers of carding machine.
  • Proper carding ratio for different qualities of yarn should be regularly checked and maintain.
  • The surface of the tin cylinder should be uniform and smooth.
  • Standard twist for respective yarn should be maintained and excessive twist should avoid.
  • Thread wastage should be minimized and bring down to standard as per guide line.
  • Starch ingredient should be checked. Over drying and under drying in sizing should be avoided.
  • Weaving and finishing department should ensure the application of water in dry beaming and damping.
  • Recovery of the caddis from dust must be ensured and only actual dust should be thrown out after proper weightiest and entry into the register.
  • Standard packing of finished goods must be ensured. In dry case it should never exceed 0.5 to 1% and standard for Hessian, Sacking C.B.C respectively.
  • Representation of jute and batching department responsible for checking issue and receipt of raw jute should be placed frequently.

At last, the main factors to improve productivity through optimum utilization of the inputs may be listed as:

a)      Human resource which requires careful handling for optimum output.

b)      Control of input materials in terms of quality, quantity and cost.

c)      Overall calculation is needed to reduce losses in the industry.


So, we can implement above factors in our practical life. I am sure production process loss will reduce and productivity will improve. One will reach his/her goal.