CAD Laboratory

The CAD Laboratory (Gerber) is one of the mordern technological laboratory in the Textile & Clothing Department. The CAD Laboratory was set up in 2003 with the assistance of the ADB Science & Technology Personnel Development Project. The CAD system was supplied by the Gerber Garment Technologies Ltd., a leading provider of CAD support to the local garment industry.

The laboratory is the only one of its kind in the island that is equipped with all the necessary facilities to train 15 individuals at a time. The laboratory is equipped with 15 workstations with scanners, colour laser printer, 2-meter wide plotter, inkjet printer, and a multi media projector. The Department has already conducted a number of short courses assisted by foreign experts in using the CAD facilities to develop our local competitiveness in the area of high fashion garments.

The Department is in the process of further expanding the CAD laboratory to include another CAD software system
widely used in Sri Lanka in order to bring our students to the cutting edge of technology meet all the demands in the subject area.

Laboratory Staff
Dr. T.S.S. Jayawardana (Lecturer in charge)
Ms. I.S. Disapali (Technical Officer)


Extension Course New Time Table

New Time Table for Extension Courses  

Moratuwa University Textile Association seminar, 16 September 2016

GSP + & Its Impact on Apparel Export Industry symposium was held on 16 September 2016 at The Kingsbury Hotel Colombo.

The Speech Craft Program

The Speech Craft Program 2016 was held on 24th August at the Department


The Annual General Meeting of the Fashion Design Students Society of the Department


The inauguration of the MAS Award for the Best Overall  


The Annual General Meeting of the Textile Engineering Student  


The annual Texa ‘Padura’ 2016 was held on 17May at the  

Dr GLD Wickramasinghe was promoted to Professor

Dr GLD Wickramasinghe was promoted to Professor in Textile Engineering of the  

Dr. EASK Fernando has been promoted to the post of Professor

Dr. EASK Fernando has been promoted to the post of Professor in Textile Engineering  

MRT Textile featured in World Bank blog

Department of Textile and Clothing Technology, supported by the HETC, which is  


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