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51st JTC to focus on Technical Textiles
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Mar '10
The Joint Technological Conference (JTC) is an annual feature of four premier textiles research associations ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA.

It is a prestigious techno-conference in which delegates from all over the country take part. The papers for presentation are drawn from entire spectrum of textile technology - spinning, weaving, knitting, chemical processing, apparel manufacturing and the likes. In fact, the major technical developments in textiles, taken place in the past one year, will be presented and deliberated in this conference by eminent textile scientists across India. A special focus on Technical Textiles is also an additional feature in this year's conference.

We have great pleasure in informing you that this year, the 51st version of this mega conference, is going to be hosted by NITRA at PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industries, New Delhi on 10th April 2010. We therefore request you to extend full support and make this Conference a grand success by sponsoring maximum no. of participants in the conference.

For further details about the conference, we will be sending you the brochure shortly. In the meantime you can send your nominations to:

The Co-coordinator
51st JTC
Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA)
Sector – 23, Rajnagar Ghaziabad 201 002 (UP).

Early bird offer:
As early bird incentive, we offer you 10% discount for registration before 10th March 2010. Delegation fee for sending nominations before and after 10th March 2010 is mentioned below.

Delegation Fee: Before 10th March 2010 After 10th March 2010
For Non member Rs.1350/- Rs.1500/-
For Members Rs.900/- Rs.1000/-
For students Rs.450/- Rs. 500/-

Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA)

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