Students are given the right to chose which discipline they want to take admission in and they should use this right wisely. I know every student before taking admission in TIP consult a lot of people, friends, seniors and teachers as well as they analyze their own abilities according to which they take one of the most important decision of their lives that is to decide whether they are fit for BBA, Apparel, Sciences or Designing. And once they spent four years in their respective fields, when it comes to doing job, texperts seems to shift their interests. For instance, management graduates entering into processing, a sciences graduate going for merchandizing or marketing and designing graduate going for pattern making. I am not saying that this is the wrong approach. Everyone has a right to explore new grasslands. The thing is our textile industry is at the stage where we need professionals, which mastered their fields. There are lots of vacancies in processing, weaving, knitting and spinning for which mostly textile sciences graduates are fit. They know each and every technicality, which a designer or a management student is not taught nor they have in depth understanding. Likewise, for merchandizing and marketing, BBA students fit in more than others. And similar is the case for pattern making, spreading, and cutting where an apparel student has more grasps. A designer is more aware of fit, styling, incoming and outgoing fashion forecasts and developments so they have their separate job requirements and textile industry needs a lot of designers. When designers decide not to pursue designing as their career rather going for management or sciences jobs then this disturbs the natural decorum of textiles industry. I am not hitting any one discipline in particular, just giving out random examples to make my point of view clear. When TIP takes in a particular number of students for different disciplines, they have forecasted that four years from now, weâ€™ll be providing the textile industry with this much of sciences graduates, this much of management, this much designers and this much apparel graduates but when we enter into jumbled up jobs we not only made the forecasting go wrong but this also adversely affects the industry though we may not notice it. So my question is why do designers find interests in merchandising? and why do management students with not a strong understanding of chemistry and physics want to go into wet processing? Why sciences students want to make their way into planning and floor engineering? Why not go into that field that is meant for you and leave other vacancies that are not meant for you. I just wanted to raise this, as I was very confused seeing all graduates going into cluttered up jobs.