National Textile University

National Textile University

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National Textile University, or NTU, is the premier institution of Textile Education in Pakistan. It was formerly known as National College of Textile Engineering (NCTE) affiliated with University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore since 1976. The University campus is spread over an area of more than 62 Acres. The University is located in the outskirts of city of Faisalabad about 12 km from the city center on Lahore road. National Textile University is affiliated with Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).

University History

  • The idea of establishing a Textile Institute of world fame was conceived by a group of visionary industrialists in 1954. To realize this idea the Government of Punjab joined hands with the leading textile industrialists to form an Institute of Textile Technology in Faisalabad (then Lyallpur) and provided sixty-two acres of state owned land free of cost. Kohinoor Industries, Colony Textile Mills, Dawood Foundation and Lyallpur Cotton Mills provided funds to the tune of Rs. 2.5 millions, which were utilized for the construction of building and provision of other infrastructure. The Government of U.K. provided the bulk of equipment and machinery, along with the services of experts under Colombo Plan.Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan, the then President of Pakistan, laid the foundation stone of the Institute, on the 12th of October 1959.

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