Bangladesh’s textile industry is one of its oldest industries. The industry produces various types of natural and synthetic fabrics, manufactures machines, and develops new technologies. Research and development, manufacturing, and merchandising are the industry’s three main areas of work. More than thirty million people are directly employed by it. Engineering in Textiles deals with the production, processing, and compatibility of textiles with everyday life. It combines engineering principles with knowledge of textile equipment and processes. In this engineering field, inputs are drawn from chemical, instrumentation, computer, structural, electronic, and mechanical engineering. In textile technology and engineering, scientific and engineering principles are applied to the design and control of fiber, textile, and apparel processes, products, and machinery. The topics include natural and man-made materials, the interaction of materials with machines, safety and health, energy conservation, waste management, and pollution prevention. Research in this area is highly recommended since the industry currently demands improving and developing available products. As a result of the increased interest and prospect of the textile sector in Bangladesh, the Jashore University of Science and Technology (JUST) authority has launched a four-year undergraduate degree program entitled “B.Sc. in Textile Engineering” under the faculty of “Engineering and Technology” from the academic session 2017-2018 by admitting twenty students.