Department of Textiles

Dr. Arindam Basu

Dr. Arindam Basu


  • Name of the Faculty
    • Dr. Arindam Basu

  • Educational Qualification
    • B.Sc Tech (Text.Tech.), M.Text, Ph.D., PGDBIM

  • Designation
    • Director General-NITRA and Director –NITRA Technical Campus

  • Total Experience
    • 35 years in Industry and R&D Institution

  • Area of Specialization
    • Spinning, Fibre Science, Technical Textiles

  • Research Projects Undertaken
    • 1 As Principal Investigator

      Sponsored by External Agencies
      1. 1. Objective Measurement of Structural Parameters of Unconventional Yarns and Their Relationship with Yarn Properties, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 1998-2000.
      2.  2. Optimisation of Inter-roller distance of Draw-frame, Speed-frame and Ring frame based on AFIS Length Data,   Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 1999-2001.
      3. 3. A Study on Extra-Sensitive Yarn Imperfections on Fabric Appearance, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 1999-2001.
      4. 4. Development of Fire Resistant Yarns and Fabrics by Air-jet Spinning, Ministry of Textiles Govt of India,  1999-2001.
      5. 5. Fiber Motion and Yarn Forming in High Speed Air-flow, NTC Project F99-NS06, USA, with N.C. State University 1999-2000.
      6. 6. A Study on the Influence of Fibre and Yarn Parameters on Lint Shedding Propensity, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 2000-2002.
      7. 7. Online Monitoring of Yarn Quality on Weft Knitting Machine, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 2001-2003.
      8. 8. Development of an attachment for Producing Elastane Yarn on Rotor Spinning System, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 2005-06.
      9. 9. Design and Development of a Weavability Tester, Govt. College of Engineering and Textile Technology, Serampore, W.B., 2006-2007.
      10. 10. Interaction of the Properties of Individual Cotton Fibres in a Blend, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 2007-2008.
      11. 11. Application of Functional Chemical Finishes for Improving the Functional Properties of Jute Based Technical Textiles, Jute Manufactures Development Council (JMDC), 2011.
      12. 12. Manufacture of Different Jute and Jute Blended Yarns and Fabrics (furnishings and upholstery) for home textiles/secondary apparels and other jute diversified products, JMDC, 2011.
      13. 13. Development of Hernia Mesh, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 2011.
      14. 14. Development of Bi-furcated Vascular Graft, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India,2012.
      15. 15. Development of Smart protective textile for fire-fighter, soldier and old age people, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, April 2016 to March 2018.
      16. 16. Development of value added products from different fibres produced in Himalayan region, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, September 2021.
      17. 17. Development of Air cleaner home textiles to reduce indoor air pollution, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, September 2021.
      18. 18. Development of Regenerated Cellulosic fibres from Indian Bamboo, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India, Continuing
      19. 19. Development of Jute Composite for automotive acoustic insulation and other uses, National Jute Board, Ministry of Textiles continuing

      2 Sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

      1. 1. Design and Development of a tester to Measure the Processing Propensity,  2005-2006.
      2. 2. Development of New Textile Effluent Treatment Technology Toward Zero Sludge,  2008 – 2009
      3. 3. Development of Electronic Drapemeter based on Image analysis technique, December 2017.

      3 Sponsored by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

      1. 1. Development of Tricot knitting technology for 1.5m wide metallic mesh for large aperture unfurable space antennae.
      2. 2. Development of polyester performs for Membrane bellofram
      3. 3. Weaving of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fabrics
      4. 4. Development of Silicon carbide fabrics for ceramic matrix composite to be used in space3-dimensional carbon fibre perform for space application.
      Projects completed as  Co- Investigator
      1. 1. Development and Extension of Production of Fine Denier Jute Fibre for use in Cotton and Jute Spinning, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 1997-2000
      2. 2. Betterment of Farmers Through Promotion of More Remunerative Fine Jute Fibre Cultivation, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, and UNDP,  1999-2003.
      3. 3. Quality Assurance for Decentralised & Organised Jute Sector (jointly with IJIRA), Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, 1999-2003
  • Research Papers Published/Presented
    • Refereed Journals

      1. Effect of Jet Design on the Properties of Air-jet Spun Yarns, W.Oxenham & A. Basu, Textile Research Journal, 63 (11), 674-678 (1993)
      2. Influence of Yarn Structural Parameters of Rotor Spun Yarns, A. Basu, Journal of The Textile Institute, No.1, Part 1, 2000.
      3. Yarn Quality Improvement through Application of Air in Ring Spinning, A.Basu, K.P.Chellamani and M. Arulmozhi, Melliand International, Vol.6, December 2000,280-282.
      4. Development and Extension of Production of Fine Jute fibre for Jute Diversified Products, I. Doraiswamy, A.Basu and K.P. Chellamani, Natural Fibres – Wlokna Naturalne (Poland), Vol. XLIV, 2000, 69-71.
      5. Objective Assessment of Yarns, A. Basu & R. Pasupathy, Melliand Textilberichte, Vol.83, January-February, 2002, E4 and 28-30.
      6. Fabric Engineering by using Artificial Neural Network, A.Basu, K.P. Chellamani, and P. Ramesh Kumar, Journal of the Textile Institute, Vol. 93, Part 1, No.3, 2002, 283-296.
      7. Application of Image Analysis for measurement of yarn diameter and twist, A.Basu, I. Doraiswamy and R.L. Gotipamul, Journal of the Textile Institute, Vol. 94, Part 1, No.1/2, 2003, 37-48.
      8. Relationship between Appearance and Physical Properties of Raw Cotton (Letter to the Editor), A.Basu, Textile Research Journal, Vol. 74, No.5, 465 (2004).
      9. Interaction of the Properties of Individual Cotton Fibres in a Blend, A.Basu, The Journal of the Textile Institute , Vol.100, No.8, 2009, 722-730
      10. The tailorability of soft silk fabric, J. Khatoon, T.H. Somasekhar, A.Basu & Y.C. Radhalakshmi, Sericologia, 2013, Vol. 53(1), p 37-42.
      11. Drape behaviour of silk apparel fabrics with radial seams, A. A. Itagi & A. Basu, International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJERT), Vol.1, Issue-8, Oct 2012.
      12. A study on the efficacy on non-destructive analysis (metal Sheath) with XRF Spectrophotometer of the Zari thread used in silk saree, AKM Kadhar, M.K. Ghosh and A. Basu, Journal of Acta Sericologia Simica, China, Vol.39, June 2013, 0562-567.
      13. A method on quality evaluation of raw silk from twisted silk parameters, AKM Kadhar, M. K. Ghosh & A.Basu, Journal of Acta Sericologia Simica, China, Vol. 39, August 2013, 0751-0755.
      14. Influence of silk content calculation methods on sheath metal contents of the zari thread measured and estimated with Spectrophotometer, A. M. Kadhar, M. K. Ghosh & A. Basu, Journal of Acta Sericlologia Simica, China, (ISSN 0257-4799 CN32-115/S) Vol. 39(6), Dec 2013, 1139-1144.
      15. Energy efficient silk reeling process using solar water heating system and Ushma Shoshak unit in multi-end silk reeling unit, V.P. Kathari, K.N. Mahesh & A. Basu, Sericologia, Vol. 53(3&4), 2013, 219-224.
      16. A comparative study on the factors influencing estimated renditta of bivoltine and multivoltine cocoons produced in Tamilnadu, A. M. Kadhar, M.G. Mahesh, V.K. Rameshbabu, M.K. Ghosh & A. Basu, Journal of Acta Sericlologia Simica, China, Vol. 40(2), 2014, 12-16.
      17. Electromagnetic shielding performance of three dimensional woven fabrics with copper based hybrid yarn in X-band frequency range, D. N. Pandey, A.Basu, P.Kumar & H. Baskey, Journal of Industrial Textiles, July 2018.
      18. Value added products from Natural fibres of Indian Himalayan Region, A. Basu, A.K. Pandey, M.S. Parmar & S. Chauhan, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 8(3), 2019, 118-122.
      19. Electromagnetic shielding performance of copper and silver plated hybrid yarn based multilayer fabrics in Cand X band frequency range, D.N. Pandey, Arindam Basu and Pramod Kumar, Journal of Industrial Textiles, March 2021, 1-30.
      20. Air cleaner home textiles to reduce indoor air pollution: A preliminary study, A. Basu, G.P. Singh and M.S. Parmar, International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT), Vol. 9-11,November 2020.
      21. New product development in textiles and apparel industry, A. Basu, International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies,5(5), October2021, 63-68.
      22. Fibre Properties by HVI and Conventional Testing at Different Stages of Spinning, N.Balasubramanian, A.Basu, A.V.Ravindaranathan, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 20, June, 1995, 63-72.
      23. Interdependence of Fibre Type and the Design of the Nozzle of Air-jet Spinning Machine, A.Basu & W. Oxenham, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.24, March, 1999, 10-15.
      24. Assessment of Yarn Hairiness, A. Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 24, June 1999, 86-92.
      25. A Comparative Study in Measuring Trash Content By Using HVI and Shirley Trash Analyser, A. Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 24, December 1999, 303-305.
      26. Influence of Fibre Length and Denier on Properties of Polyester Ring and Air-jet spun Yarns, A. Basu & K.P.Chellamani, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.25, September, 2000, 163-168.
      27. Optimisation of Drawframe setting based on cotton single fibre length data, A. Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 25, December 2000, 309-311.
      28. Objective Measurement of Structural Parameters of Rotor-spun Yarns, A. Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.26, December 2001, 358-365.
      29. Lint Shedding Propensity of Cotton and Blended Yarns, A.Basu and R.L. Gotipamul, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 28, No.3, September 2003, 288-294.
      30. Application of Neural Network for Engineering air-jet spun yarns, A.Basu, K.P. Chellamani, The Journal Of Institute of Engineers (India), Vol. 83, August 2002, 1-4.
      31. Fibre yarn relationships using newer fibre properties with USDA cottons for calibration measured by HVI Test system, K.P.Chellamani, V.Thanabal, A.Basu and T.V. Ratnam, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.29, No.1, March 2004, 12-18.
      32. On-line Monitoring of Yarn Contamination on Weft Knitting and Winding Machine, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, The Journal of Institute of Engineers (India), Vol. 85, August 2004, 18-23.
      33. Effect of some ring-frame and winding process parameters on extra-sensitive yarn imperfections, A.Basu and R.L. Gotipamul, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 30, No.2, June 2005, 211-214.
      34. Quality Characteristics of Polyester/viscose and Polyester/Cotton Ply Yarns, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol. 31, No.2, June 2006, 279-286.
      35. Selection of Cotton Fibres: The Unsolved Puzzle, A.Basu, Editorial, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.31, No. 4, December 2006, 485-486.
      36. Design and Development of Staple Fibre Processing Propensity, A. Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.33, No.3, September 2008, 264-268.
      37. Yarn structure – properties relationship, A.Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.34, September 2009, 287-294.
      38. Studies on torsional rigidity of mulberry and non-mulberry silks, J. Khatoon, B.V. Vasuamthi & A.Basu, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, Vol.37, December 2012, 353-357.
      39. Constraints analysis of the silk reeling sector, C.R. Nagaraj, K.N. Mahesh, Sreenivasa & A. Basu, Journal of Sericulture and Technology, Vol.3 (1 &2), December 2012, 69-72.
      40. Comparative techno-economics of multi-end reeling cum twisting, C.R. Nagaraj, K.N. Mahesh, S.V. Naik, B.G. Patil, B. Nanje Gowda and A. Basu, Journal of Sericulture and Technology, Vol. 4 (1& 2), December 2013, 35-38.
      41. Influence of cocoon stifling methods and cooking conditions on reeling performance and quality characteristics of raw silk of multi-bivoltine cocoons produced during unfavourable (monsoon) season, S.V. Naik, B.M. Mahadevaiah, G. Hariraj, J. Ramappa & A. Basu, Journal of Sericulture and Technology, 4 (1&2), December 2013, 39-44.
      42. Characteristics of bulky raw silk produced using differential rotary traverse mechanism, G. Hariraj, S.V. Naik & A. Basu, Journal of Sericulture and Technology, 4 (1&2), December 2013, 45-50.
      43. Influence of cocoon cooking condition and reeling speed on uniformity of raw silk, S.V. Naik, B.M. Mahadevaiah, N. Yamuna, H.S. Hanumantha Naik & A. Basu, Journal of Sericulture and Technology, 4 (1&2), December 2013, 65-69.

      Indian Journals (Research papers)

      1. Structure and Properties of Air-jet Spun Yarn, A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, March 1992, 37-41.
      2. The Effect of Fibre Properties on the Strength of Air-jet Spun Yarn, A. Basu & W. Oxenham, The Indian Textile Journal, July, 1992, 24-28.
      3. Air-jet Spun Yarns, A. Basu & W. Oxenham, Man-made Textiles in India, August, 1992, 289-294.
      4. Influence of Fibre on Jet Spun Yarns, A.Basu & W.Oxenham, The Indian Textile Journal, August, 1992, 60 - 62.
      5. Air-jet Spinning for Production of Two Fold Yarns, A. Basu & W.Oxenham, Asian Textile Journal, February, 1993, 34-37.
      6. Unconventional Spinning of Jute Blend, A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, August 1995, 118-121.
      7. Principles and Application of High Volume Instruments, Part-I, Principles of HVI, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, October 1997, 75- 80.
      8. Principles and Application of High Volume Instruments, Part 2, Application of HVI, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, December 1997, 54-56.
      9. Quality Assessment in Spinning Mills, Part 1: Assessment of Incoming Materials, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, March 1998, 58 - 63.
      10. Quality Assessment in Spinning Mills, Part 2: Process Control and Assessment of Outgoing Materials, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, April, 1998, 78 - 81.
      11. Yarn Quality Changes, A. Basu, Indian Textile Journal, July, 1998, 12 - 16.
      12. Quality of Yarns in Indian Mills, A. Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, July,1998, 30 - 32.
      13. A Critical Analysis of Cotton Trash Assessment by High Volume Instrument, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, November 1998, 61-64.
      14. Fine Jute Fibre for Jute Diversified Products, A. Basu, K.P. Chellamani & Indra Doraiswamy, Textile Trend, November 1998, 35-36.
      15. Study of Fine Jute Fibre in Manufacturing Jute and Jute Blended Yarns on Different Spinning Technologies, A.Basu et al, International Textile Monitor, Vol. 18, November 1998, 52-56.
      16. Cotton Maturity, A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, January 1999, 28 - 33.
      17. Effect of Rotor and Opening Roller Speed, A.Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, February, 1999.
      18. High Volume Testing for Cotton Selection and Bale Management, G. Kathirvelpandian, D. Shanmuganandham, A. Basu & T.V. Ratnam, Asian Textile Journal, June 1999, 89-93.
      19. Size and Number of Neps at Different Stages of Cotton Processing - Some Observations, Arindam Basu, Asian Textile Journal, June 1999, 82-83.
      20. Evaluation of Neps and Its Utilisation, A. Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, November 1999,49-54.
      21. A Study on the Quality of Yarns made of Man-made Fibres and its Blends, A. Basu and N. Ramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, March 2000.
      22. New Roller Setting to Improve Yarn Quality, A.Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, The Indian Textile Journal, July 2000, 21-25.
      23. Air-jet Spun yarns; Structure-Properties Relationship, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, October 2000, 63-66.
      24. Application of single fibre length parameters in optimizing ring-frame parameters, A.Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, May –June, 2001, 73-76.
      25. Quality of Indian and Imported Cottons, A. Basu & R. Gotipamul, Asian Textile Journal, July 2001, 61-65.
      26. Development of FR fabrics using Air-jet spinning technology, A. Basu & A. Sivaramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, October, 2001, 105-110.
      27. Indian vs. Imported Cotton, A. Basu & R.L.Gotipamul, The Indian Textile Journal, November 2001, 11 – 16.
      28. Quality Inspection of Fabrics, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, February-March 2002, 53 - 57.
      29. Objective Measurement of Fibre, Yarn and Fabric Properties by Microprocessor Controlled Instruments, I. Doraiswamy and A. Basu, Textile Trends, Vol. 44, No.12, March 2002, 23 – 26.
      30. Effect of Extra-sensitive Imperfections on Fabric Appearance, A.Basu, Journal of the Textile Association, Vol.62, No.6, March-April, 2002, 245-249.
      31. Fabric Objective Measurement for Garment Industries, A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, Vo. 112, No.7, April 2002, 29 –36.
      32. Effect of Carding on the Imperfections of Cotton Yarns, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.11, No. 4, April 2002, 74 – 78.
      33. Speed, Flexibility mark latest in Weaving Technology, A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 112, No. 9, June 2002, 23-29.
      34. An Inter-mill Study of Quality of Cotton Yarn, A.Basu & R. Govindarajan, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 11, No. 8, August 2002, 81-92.
      35. Quality of Indian and some Imported Cottons, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, Journal of the Textile Association, Vol. 63, No.2, July-August, 2002, 89-93.
      36. Quality Update for Indian and Imported Cotton, A.Basu & R.L.Gotipamul, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.11, No.10, October 2002, 59-63.
      37. Indian & Imported Cotton – Trend in Fibre Quality, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, Textile Trends, Vol. XLVI, No.3, June 2003, 23-27.
      38. Advances in Quality of Knitting Yarns, A.Basu, R.Govindarajan & R.L. Gotipamul, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 113, No. 10, July 2003, 17-22.
      39. Inter-mill Study of Quality of Cotton Yarns- 2003, A. Basu, R.L. Gotipamul & R. Govindarajan, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No.7, July 2003, 63-68.
      40. A study on the suitability of Saw Ginning for Short, Medium, Long and Extra Long Staple Cottons, K.P.Chellamani, N. Parthasarat hy and A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No.7, July 2003, 75-77.
      41. Advances in Knitting Yarns, A.Basu, R.L. Gotipamul & R.Govindarajan, Hosiery Report, Vol.38, No.18, 16-31 January, 2004, 59-66.
      42. Effect of some Ring-spinning and Winding parameters on Extra-sensitive yarn imperfections, A. Basu & R. L. Gotipamul, The Textile Industry and Trade Journal, 42, No, 11-12, 2004, 179-181.
      43. Fabric Engineering using Artificial Neural Network, I. Doraiswamy, A. Basu, K.P. Chellamani & P. Rameshkumar, Colourage, Annual Issue 2005, 93-107.
      44. Study of Quality of Man-made Fibre Yarns and Blended Yarns, A.Basu, R.L.Gotipamul & S. Kadirvel, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 115, No. 8, May 2005, 21-31.
      45. Effect of some Ring-spinning and Winding parameters on Extra-sensitive yarn imperfections, A. Basu & R. L. Gotipamul, ITM International Textile Monitor, Vol. 26, May-June 2005, 50-52.
      46. Influence of Conditioning on Cotton Yarn Properties, A. Basu, Indian Textile Journal, Vol.116, No.1, Oct’2005, 23-28.
      47. Fabric Objective Measurement for Garments, A.Basu, The Resilient, Vol.6, Issue 1, 2006, 19-21.
      48. Cotton wax and spin finish in textiles, A.Basu. Modern Textiles, Vol.1, March 2006, 36-41.
      49. New methodology to assess combing efficiency, A.Basu & S. Kadirvel, Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 116, No.7, April 2006, 17-24.
      50. Technical Textiles: A segment of great promise, A.Basu & K.P. Chellamani, The Hindu Survey of Industry, April 2006, 245-247.
      51. Trend in Cotton Yarn Quality, A.Basu, R. Pasupathy & S. Kadirvel, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 15, No. 5, May 2006, 63-68.
      52. Quality update for Indian and imported cottons, A. Basu & S. Anandhakumar, Indian Textile Journal, Vol.116, No. 9, June 2006, 21-25.
      53. Two-ply yarns: Soft, smooth and strong, A.Basu, Modern Textiles, Vol.2, No.1, Feb.-March 2007, 50-51.
      54. Quality update for Indian and imported cottons, A.Basu & A. Poornima, Textile Review, 2, Issue 4, April 2007, 14-18.
      55. The quality of cotton yarns, A.Basu, R. Pasupathy & S. Kadirvel, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.16, No.4, April 2007, 35-39.
      56. New step to spin yarn with optimum quality, A.Basu & R. Prakasm, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 117, No. 8, May 2007, 35-39.
      57. Development of elastane core yarn in open-end spinning machines – SITRASTANE yarn, A. Basu, R. Prakasam & V. Kumaravel, Souvenir of Texspares 2007, July 2007.
      58. Fabrics for Garments: Imported vs. Indigenous, A. Basu & K. Balasubramnaiyan, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 118, No. 4, January 2008, 137-144.
      59. Fabrics for Garment Industry: Domestic vs. Imported, A. Basu & K. Balasubramaniyan, Textile Times, Vol. 4, No.9, December –January 2008, 4-16.
      60. Textile Industries and Information Technology, A.Basu, Textile Review, 3 (6), June 2008, 19-23.
      61. .Development of bandages using bamboo fibres, A. Basu & K. Balasubramaniyan, Asian Textile Journal, 17(6), June 2008, 74-77.
      62. Influence of winding on yarn evenness and hairiness, A.Basu, S. Kadirvel & R. Pasupathy, Asian Textile Journal, 18(6), June 2009, 33-37.
      63. Innovation of eight-end multiend tasar reeling machine: A boom to non-mulberry sector, U.C. Javali, D.Ravikumar & A.Basu, Indian Silk, 2(5), Sept 2011, 24-25.
      64. Cricula silk from North-eastern India, S.N. Mishra, A.Tikadar & A. Basu, Indian Silk, 2(8), Dec 2011, 19
      65. Influence of cocoon racial characteristics on reeling performance and yarn characteristics, S.V. Naik, G. Hariraj & A. Basu, Indian Silk, 3(6), October 2012, 25-27.
      66. Improvement in raw silk quality characteristics: Causes and remedies, G. Hariraj, S.V. Naik & A. Basu, Indian Silk, 3 (9), January 2013, 26-30.
      67. An overview of power-loom weaving in Gadag-Betagiri cluster of Karnataka – Part I, P.R. Kakkanavar, G.S. Nadiger, M.R. Itagi & A. Basu, Silk Mark Vogue, 5 (20), Apr – Jun 2013, 6-8.
      68. An overview of the power-loom weaving in Gadg-Betagiri cluster of Karnataka, Part – II, A. Basu, G. S. Nadigar, A. A. Itagi and P. R. Kakkanavar, Silk Mark Vogue, 6(21), July-Sept 2013.
      69. Better re-reeling process ensures quality silk, S. V. Naik, G. Hariraj and A. Basu, Indian Silk, 4 (1-2), May-June 2013, 27-29.
      70. Tradition thriving amidst Modernity – Y.N. Hosakote – Future of Karnataka Handloom Silk Industry, Srinivasa, S.A. Hippargi, B. Das, K. Jagannathan & A. Basu, Silk Mark Vogue, Vol. 6 (22), Oct – Dec 2013, 34-37.
      71. Fabric drape and its management, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vo. 27(4), 2018, 43-36.
      72. Protective Workwear: Some uncommon fields, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vo. 27(7), 2018, 49-52.
      73. Protective workwear for unorganized sector, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 27(8), 2018,27-40.
      74. Comfort properties of protective textiles: A critical Review, Arindam Basu, Asian Textile Journal, June 2019, 40-44
      75. ITMA Review – Spinning, Arindam Basu, Asian Textile Journal, 28(8), August 2019. 29-33.
      76. ITMA Review: QC Insturments, Arindam Basu, Asian Textile Journal, 28(8), Aug2019, 34-37.
      77. Sustainability in Textile and Apparel Industry, Arindam Basu, Asian Textile Journal, 29(4-5), April-May2020, 31-33.
      78. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical professional and healthcare workers for protection from Covid19 virus infections, A. Basu, TANTU Annual Magazine, Oct 2020.
      79. Protection of Healthcare Workers from Covid-19, A. Basu, Asian Technical Textiles, 15(1), Jan-March 2021, 27-30
      80. Research and Development by Textile Research Associations (TRAs) and their contribution in the growth of Indian Textile Industry, Arindam Basu & Vivek Agarwal, Textile Times, 16(3), May 2020, 21-25.

      Popular Articles/Review papers

      1. Ring Spinning- Source of Renewed Interest, A. Basu, Journal of the Textile Association, November, 1989, 225-227
      2. Fibre Length Measurement - Today and Tomorrow, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, November, 1993, 33-35.
      3. The Neps, Sources and Control, A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, February, 1994, 119-124.
      4. Quality Management, A.Basu, Journal of The Textile Association, September, 1994, 119-124.
      5. Development of Fine Quality Jute Fibres, Indra Doraiswamy, A. Basu & K.P. Chellamani, Colourage, November, 1998.
      6. Assessment of Quality of Man-made Fibres, A. Basu & N.Ramakrishnan, Asian Textile Journal, December 1998, 44-51.
      7. Jute Fibre for the Future - A SITRA Innovation, Indra Doraiswamy, A. Basu, K.P. Chellamani, Packaging India, Feb-March 1999.
      8. Unevenness of Yarn and Preparatory Material, Part 1: Concept and Causes, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, March, 1999, 34-41.
      9. Unevenness of Yarn and Preparatory Material, Part 2: Effect and Control Measures, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, April, 1999, 99-103.
      10. Jute Fibre for the Future - A SITRA Innovation, Indra Doraiswamy, A. Basu, K.P. Chellamani, Packaging India, Feb-March 1999.
      11. Unevenness of Yarn and Preparatory Material, Part 1: Concept and Causes, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, March, 1999, 34-41.
      12. Unevenness of Yarn and Preparatory Material, Part 2: Effect and Control Measures, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, April, 1999, 99-103.
      13. Influence of Friction on Fibres & Yarns, A.Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, March 2001, 43-47.
      14. Microfibres - Properties, Processing and Uses, A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, April, 2001, 43-52. WTO – Its Impact on Indian Textile and Clothing Industry, D. Shanmuganandam & A. Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 113, No.1, October 2002, 40-47.
      15. Advanced Technologies for Yarn and Fabric Manufacture, K.P. Chellamani, D., Chattopadhyay & A.Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 113, No. 1, October 2002, 35 –39.
      16. Global scenario and export competitiveness of Indian Textiles and clothing industry, A.Basu & D. Shanmuganandam, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.11, No.12, December 2002, 33 –40.
      17. Technology and Economics of Laminated Jute Fabrics, K.P. Chellamani, M.P.S.Ravindran, A.Basu, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol.113, No.7, April 2003, 19-21.
      18. Jute for the Manufacture of Technical Textiles, A.Basu, K.P. Chellamani & D. Chattopadhyay, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.12, 4, April 2003, 77 – 82.
      19. WTO and Indian Spinning Industry, A.Basu & K.P. Chellamani, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No.5, May 2003, 42-46. Current Spinning Process and Future Outlook, K.P. Chellamani, A.Basu & P. Ramesh Kumar, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No. 8, August 2003, 85-90.
      20. Dynamic Tensile Properties of Yarn and Prediction of Yarn Behaviour during Mechanical Processing, A.Basu, Journal of the Textile Association, Vol. 64, No.2, July-August, 2003,75-78.
      21. Jute and Pineapple leaf fibres for the manufacture of Technical Textiles, A.Basu, K.P.Chellamani &P. Ramesh Kumar, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No. 9, September 2003, 94-96.
      22. Contamination in cotton fibres and its removal, A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 12, No.9, September 2003, 103-106.
      23. Making nonwoven fabrics from jute/coir blends, K.P.Chellamani, M.K. Subaramanian & A.Basu, Indian Textile Journal, Vol.114, No.2, November 2003, 31-33.
      24. Improvement in the Quality of Indian Yarns over the years, K.P.Chellamani & A.Basu, Fourth EU-India Summit, New Delhi, November 2003, 72-75.
      25. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in Textile Mills, K.P. Chellamani, M. Arulmozhi & A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.11, Nov – Dec. 2003, 89-92.
      26. Newer technologies and Fibres for Spinning Mills for Value Addition, A.Basu & D. Shanmuganandam, Souvenir, Texspares 2004, Coimbatore, February 2004.
      27. Impressions of ITMA 2003: Spinning, Preparatory and Post Spinning Machines, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.12, No.2, February 2004, 61-64.
      28. Impressions of ITMA 2003: Quality Control Instruments, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.12, No.2, February 2004, 53-56.
      29. Newer Technologies and Fibres for Value Addition, A. Basu and D. Shanmuganandam, and The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. CXIV, No. 8, May 2004, 21-26.
      30. Quality update for Indian and imported cottons, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 115, No.1, October 2004, 23-29.
      31. SITRA updates the spinning productivity Norms from time to time, A.Basu, Textile Trends, Vol. XLVII, No.10, January 2005, 21-22.
      32. Assessment of Yarn Strength at Very High Speeds, A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol. 14, No.12, December 2005, 78-80.
      33. Present Status and Future Needs of ELS Cotton, A.Basu & K.P. Chellamani, Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 117, No. 3, December 2006, 19-23.
      34. Indian Textile Exports: Today and Tomorrow, A.Basu, Modern Textiles, Vol. 2, No.1, Feb-March, 2007, 44-49.
      35. Textiles in Health Care, A.Basu, Express Textiles Blue Book, August 2007.
      36. Textile Industries and Information Technology, A. Basu, Souvenir of TEX SUMMIT 2007, organized by The Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, New Delhi, August 2007.
      37. Importance of IT in textile industries, A.Basu. The Indian Textile Journal, Vol. 118, No.3, December 2007, 39-43.
      38. Highlights of emerging technologies at ITMA 2007 – Spinning, A. Basu, Asian Textile Journal, Vol.16, No. 12,December 2007, 39-45.
      39. Scope of Wider Application of IT in Textiles, A.Basu, The Textile Magazine, June 2008.
      40. Role of SITRA as Centre of Excellence for meditech products and romoing textile industry, K.P. Chellamani & A.Basu, Textile Review, 3(11), Nov.2008,26-29,36.
      41. Meditech – SITRA’s Role, K.P.chellamani & A.Basu, Asian Textile Journal, 18(1), Jan. 2009, 61-66.
      42. Silk wash: A notion dispelled, S. Nivedita, S.A. Hippargi & A. Basu, Asian Dyer, Feb-March 2012, 35-36.
      43. Recycled waste silk: A source of additional income, S. Nivedita, M. Umesh & A. Basu, Indian Silk, Aug-Sept 2012, 20-21.
      44. Computer aided Designing (CAD) in sarees, Tamil Nadu’s Experience, Kadher AKM, Ghosh MK, and Basu A, Silk Mark Vogue, 5 (19), Spl. Issue Jan 2013, 24-25.
      45. Traditional Printing art on silk, Part II, A. Basu, S. Hippargi, Srinivasa & B. Das, Silk Mark Vogue, 5 (20), Apr-Jun2013, 16-17.
      46. Fabric of the future, A. Basu, The Great Leap -Career Handbook by the Hindu, Karnataka, June , 2013, 110.
      47. Consumers: An important link in the supply chain, Nivedita S, M. K. Ghosh, and A. Basu, Indian Silk, Vol. 4 (4 & 5), Aug-Sept 2013, 28-29.
      48. Natural dyes on silk in North-east India and their commercial revival, S. N. Mishra, M. K. Ghosh and A. Basu, Indian Silk, Vol. 4 (6-7), Oct-Nov 2014, 29-31.
      49. Role of research and development in Textile and Clothing industry, A. Basu, Textile Value Chain, 3(2), Feb 2015, 13-14.
      50. Technical Textiles: The future of textile industry, A. Basu, R.K. Gaur and M.S. Parmar, Textile Times, Vol. XII(2), May-June 2014, 4-9.

      C) Papers Presented:

      1. Influence of Wrappers on Polyester/ Viscose Blended Yarn Characteristics, A.A. Gupte, B. Srinathan & A. Basu, The Spinning Technology for the Nineties, Institute of Engineers and Textile Association, Coimbatore, India, December, 1985, 15-20.
      2. Fibre Properties by HVI and Conventional Testing at Different Stages of Spinning, N. Balasubramanian, A. Basu, A.V. Ravindaranathan, 35th Joint Technological Conference of ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, New Delhi,February, 1994.
      3. Financial and Technical Feasibility of Processing Jute/Cotton Blends on Short Staple Ring Spinning System, Indra Doraiswamy, A.Basu, K.P. Chellamani, National Workshop on Techno-economic Viability of Jute Diversified Products,IJIRA, Calcutta, May 1997.
      4. Assessment of Hairiness of Yarn, A. Basu, 39th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, New Delhi, India, March, 1998.
      5. Jute/Cotton Blends, Indra Doraiswamy, A. Basu, K.P. Chellamani, International Jute Conference, Calcutta, February, 1998.
      6. Importance of Fine Jute Fibre in Manufacturing Jute and Jute-Blended Yarn on Different Spinning Technologies, Indra Doraiswamy, K.P. Chellamani, A. Basu et al. 20th Technological Conference, IJIRA, Calcutta, April,1998.
      7. Machinery Modification in Mini Jute Mills, Indra Doraiswamy, K.P. Chellamani & A. Basu JuteConfo'98, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore,India, April, 1998.
      8. Influence of Yarn Structural Parameters on Rotor-spun Yarn Properties, A. Basu, 40th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, Coimbatore, March 1999.
      9. High Volume Testing for Cotton Selection and Bale Management, G. Kathirvelpandian, D. Shanmuganandham, A. Basu & T.V. Ratnam, 40th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, Coimbatore, March 1999.
      10. Influence of Fibre Properties on Low Stress Mechanical Properties of Air-jet and Ring Spun Yarns, K.P. Chellamani and A. Basu, 41st Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, Bombay, 12-13 Feb'2000.
      11. Optimisation of Drawframe Settings Based on Cotton Single Fibre Length Data, A. Basu and N. Ramakrishnan, 41st Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, Bombay, 12-13 February, 2000.
      12. Cultivation and Spinning of Fine Denier Jute, I. Doraiswamy, A.K. Mitra, K.P. Chellamani and A. Basu, 22nd Technological Conference, IJIRA, Calcutta, February 2000.
      13. Yarn Quality Improvement Through Application of Air in Ring Spinning, A.Basu et al, 42nd Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, Ahmedabad, May 2001 and 27th SITRA Annual Technological Conference, Coimbatore, August 2001.
      14. Development of Fire Resistant Fabrics Using Air-Jet Spinning Technology, A.Basu et al, 42nd Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, Ahmedabad, May 2001 and 27th SITRA Annual Technological Conference, Coimbatore, August, 2001.
      15. Yarn Engineering in Air-Jet Spinning – Application of Neural Network, A.Basu et al, 42nd Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, Ahmedabad, May 2001 and 27th SITRA Annual Technological Conference, Coimbatore, August 2001.
      16. A New Roller Setting for Improved Yarn Quality, A.Basu & N. Ramakrishnan, 27th SITRA Annual Technological Conference, Coimbatore, August, 2001.
      17. Development of ASTM Yarn Appearance Standard of EIB for Fine Yarns, A. Basu &R. Pasupathy, 27th SITRA Annual Technological Conference, Coimbatore, August 2001.
      18. Cultivation of Fine Denier Jute, I. Doraiswamy, A.Basu and K.P. Chellamani, Workshop on Development of Jute, IJIRA, India, January 5, 2002.
      19. Objective Measurement of Fibre, Yarn and Fabric Parameters by Microprocessor controlled Instruments, 24th Technological Conference, IJIRA, Calcutta and Workshop on Development of Jute, IJIRA, Calcutta, January 2002.
      20. Fabric Objective Measurement for Garment Industries: SITRA Developments, A.Basu, 43rd Joint Technological Conference, organized by ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, IIT, New Delhi, 2nd and 3rd March 2002.
      21. Lint Shedding Propensity of Cotton and Blended Yarns, A. Basu and R.L.Gotipamul, 43rd Joint Technological Conference, organized by ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, IIT, New Delhi, 2nd and 3rd March 2002.
      22. Studies on Sensory Properties of Fabrics Made out of Polyester Air-jet yarns, K.P.Chellamani & A. Basu, 43rd Joint Technological Conference, organized by ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, IIT, New Delhi, 2nd and 3rd March 2002.
      23. Effect of Extra-sensitive Yarn Imperfections on Yarn and Fabric Appearance, A. Basu, 28th Annual Technological Conference, SITRA, Coimbatore, May 25, 2002.
      24. WTO and its Impact on Indian Textiles and Clothing Industry, D. Shanmuganandam and A. Basu, 28th Annual Technological Conference, SITRA, Coimbatore, May 25, 2002.
      25. WTO and Indian Spinning Industry: Some Observations, A.Basu & K.P. Chellamani, 17th National Convention for Textile Engineers, organized by The Institute of Engineers, India, Coimbatore, December 2002.
      26. Influence Fibre-yarn relationships using newer fibre properties with USDA cottons for calibration measured by HVI test system, K.P. Chellamani, V. Thanabal, A.Basu and T.V. Ratnam, 17th National Convention for Textile Engineers, organized by the Institution of Engineers, India, Coimbatore, December 2002.
      27. SITRA’s contribution in Energy conservation in textile mills, A. Basu & R. Prakasam, COMPTEX 2002, organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Coimbatore, December 2002.
      28. On-line Monitoring of Yarn Contamination on Weft knitting and winding machines, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, 44th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, held at SITRA, Coimbatore, March 2003.
      29. Technical Textiles using Jute Fibres, A.Basu, K.P. Chellamani & P. Ramesh Kumar, National Seminar on Jute Geo-textile and Innovative Jute Products, JMDC, New Delhi, August 25-26, 2003.
      30. Extra sensitive yarn Imperfections and their Influence on Yarn and Fabric Appearance, K.P. Chellamani & A. Basu, SITRA Regional Seminar, Madurai, Tamilnadu, November 18, 2003.
      31. Influence of Ring Spinning and Winding Parameters on Extra-Sensitive Yarn Imperfections, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, 45th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA and NITRA, Mumbai, February 26-27, 2004 and 29th Annual Technological Conference, SITRA, June 2004.
      32. Fabric Objective Measurement for Garment Industries: SITRA Developments, A.Basu, International Conference on High Performance Textiles and Apparels, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, 7th – 9th July 2004.
      33. Influence of Yarn Conditioning on Cotton Yarn Properties, A.Basu & R.L. Gotipamul, 46th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, Ahmedabad, 12th – 13th March 2005 and 30th Technological Conference, SITRA, Coimbatore, 8th October 2005.
      34. Strength, Weakness, and Complementarities of Textiles in North and South India, J.V. Rao, A.Basu and U.C. Sharma, 2nd India Textile Summit, Confederation of Indian Industries, New Delhi, 27th September 2005.
      35. Fabric Objective Measurements for garment industry, A.Basu, Seminar on Instrumentation and quality assurance in garment industry, SITRA and DST, Ministry of Science and Technology, Tirupur, 12th April 2006.
      36. Design and Development of an Instrument to Evaluate Staple Fibre Processing Propensity, A.Basu, R.Prakasam & D. Sujatha, Golden Jubilee Technological Conference, SITRA, Coimbatore, 25th February, 2007.
      37. Development of Elastane Core Yarn in Open-end Spinning Machine – SITRASTANE yarn, A. Basu, R. Prakasam & V. Kumaravel, Golden Jubilee Technological Conference, SITRA, Coimbatore, 25th February 2007.
      38. An Instrument to measure the Processing Propensity of Staple Fibres, A. Basu, Advances in Textiles , Machinery, Nonwoven and Technical Textiles (ATNT 2007), organised by KCT and Texas Tech University, Coimbatore, 18th -20th June, 2007.
      39. Design and Development of a Weavability Tester, A.Basu, S. Bhattacharya, K Balasubramanian and A. Sivaramakrishnan, 49th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, Mumbai, 1st – 2nd February, 2008.
      40. Technical Textiles: SITRA’s Contributions, A.Basu, Advances in Textile Machinery, Nonwoven and Technical Textiles (ATNT 2008), organized by Avinashilingan University and Texas Tech University, Coimbatore, 14th –16th July 2008.
      41. Development of Bandages using Bamboo Fibres, A.Basu & K. Balasubramanian, International Seminar on Innovations in Textile and IT Industries, Centenary Celebration Committee, Govt. College of Engineering and Textile Technology Serampore, Kolkata, 2nd and 3rd December 2008.
      42. Interaction of the Properties of Individual Cotton Fibre in a Blend, A.Basu, 50th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, Ahmedabad, February 2009.
      43. Technologies developed by SITRA – Modification of Spinning Frame, A.Basu & A. Sivaramakrishnan, Workshop at International Jute Study Group (IJSG), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 12th August 2009.
      44. Research: Present and Future Trends in Textile and Apparel Industry, A.Basu, 19th August 2011. 24th National Convention of Textile Engineers, The Institution of Engineers (India), Bangalore,
      45. Economics of multi-end reeling, N. Mahesh, C.R. Nagaraj, Sreenivasa & A. Basu, 24th National Convention of Textile Engineers, 19-20th August, 2011, Bangalore.
      46. The tailorability of soft silk fabrics, J. Khatoon, T.H. Somasekhar, A.Basu & Y.C. Radhalakshmi, Advances in Textiles , Machinery, Nonwoven and Technical Textiles, ATNT 2011, 15-17 December 2011, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore.
      47. Impact analysis of Subsidy on multi-end silk reeling, C.R. Nagaraj, Sreenivasa, K.N. Mahesh & A.Basu, ATNT – 2011, 15-17 December 2011,Coimbatore.
      48. Recent development trends in Muga post cocoon technology and needs of action orientation, S.N. Mishra & A.Basu, National seminar on recent trends in research and development in muga culture – Ideas to action, May 3 & 4, 2012, Guwahati.
      49. Technology for enhancing quality and productivity of Muga silk, U.C. Javali, A. Basu & D Ravikumar, National seminar on recent trends in research and development in muga culture – Ideas to action, Central Silk Board, May 3 & 4, 2012, Guwahati.
      50. Recent advances in Tasar Post cocoon sector, A.Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      51. Chemical Processing of Tasar Silk, B.Das, S.A. Hippargi, Sreenivasa, K. Jaganathan & A.Basu Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      52. Studies on Sizing of Tasar Silk Yarn, K. Malali, U. Javali, N.V. Padaki & A. Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      53. Physical properties of Tasar Silk, N.V. Padaki, K. Malali, U. Javali & A.Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      54. Studies on application of lac dye by screen printing method on mulberry and tasar silk fabric, Sreenivasa, S.A. Hippargi, B. Das, S.P. Purushotam & A. Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      55. Studies on the influence of filament size variation on tensile properties across different layers of anthrea mylitta d cocoons, G. Thimmareddy, S. Das & A. Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      56. Field practices and prospects in post cocoon sector of tropical tasar, M.A. Moon, G. Mitra & A. Basu, Workshop on Recent Advances in Post-cocoon Technologies for Tasar Silk, Central Silk Board, Ranchi, 11th July 2012.
      57. Prospects of Tassar Silk Processing in India, A. Basu, Workshop on ICT in Tasar Sericulture, organized by C-DAC, Kolkata and PRADAN, Deoghar, Jharkhand, 9th November 2012.
      58. Development of Tassar Cocoon Reeling Technology, G. Mitra, M.A. Moon, D. Chattopadhayay & A. Basu, Futeristic Fiber 2013 and 26th National Convention of Textile Engineers, 02-03 February 2013, Bhopal, M.P.
      59. Automatic Silk relling technology for quality silk production in India, A. Basu, RAMBSWERD, KSSRDI, Bangalore, 24 – 26 October 2013.
      60. Characteriztion of bulky raw silk produced using differential rotary traverse mechanism, G. Hariraj, S.V. Naik and A. Basu, RAMBSWERD, KSSRDI, Bangalore, 24 -26 Nov 2013.
      61. Comparative techno-economics of multi-end reeling and multi-end reeling cum twisting, C.R. Nagraj, S.V. Naik, B.G. Patil, K. N. Mahesh, B. Nanjegowda & A. Basu, RAMBSWERD, KSSRDI, Bangalore, 24 -26 Nov 2013.
      62. Influence of cocoon stifling methods and cooking conditions on reeling performance & quality characteristics of raw silk of multi-bivoltine cocoons produced during unfavourable (monsoon) session, S.V. Naik, B.M. Mahadevaiah, G. Hariraj, J. Ramappa & A. Basu, , RAMBSWERD, KSSRDI, Bangalore, 24 -26 Nov 2013.
      63. Vanya Silk product development using coir, A.Basu, National Seminar on Integrated Value Chain development & Eco-friendly Coir fibre and pith, Coir Board, New Delhi, 26 – 28 November 2013.
      64. Influence of cocoon cooking condition and reeling speed on uniformity of raw silk, S.V. Naik, Mahadevaiah B. M., Yamuna N., Hanumantha Naik, H. S. and A. Basu, National Conference on Sericulture for Livelyhood Security, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 29-31, 2014.
      65. Study on quality characteristics of raw silk reeled on automatic silk reeling technology from CSR race Bivoltine Hybrid cocoons, S.V. Naik, P.Y. Naik and A. Basu, , National Conference on Sericulture for Livelyhood Security, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 29-31, 2014.
      66. Characterization of Indian Multivoltine crossbreed cocoons and bi-voltine hybrid cocoons, G. Hariraj, S.V. Naik, B.M. Mahadevaiah & A.Basu, , National Conference on Sericulture for Livelyhood Security, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 29-31, 2014.
      67. Chemical Texturization of raw silk – First report, G. Hariraj, Thimmarajamma B.T. & A. Basu, , National Conference on Sericulture for Livelyhood Security, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 29-31, 2014.
      68. A study on the working capital of multi-end reeling and multi-end reeling cum twisting units, C.R. Nagaraj, K.N. Mahesh, S.V. Naik, B.G. Patil, B. Nanje Gowda & A. Basu, , National Conference on Sericulture for Livelyhood Security, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 29-31, 2014.
      69. Protective Textiles in India and its future, A.Basu, NTC’s Technical Textile Conclave, PHD Chamber of Commerce, New Delhi, 10th March, 2015.
      70. Standardisation of Protective textiles and NITRA’s contribution, A. Basu, Seminar of Standardisation of technical textiles – Gateway to Make in India, Bureau of Indian Standard, BIS Auditorium, New Delhi, 20th July, 2015.
      71. ISDS – NITRA’s experience and way forward, A. Basu, National Workshop on Skill Development, Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 27th August, 2015.
      72. Productivity improvement and employment creation through skill development, A. Basu, CII-TEXCON 2015, Hotel the Lalit, New Delhi, 15-16th October 2015.
      73. Designing 3D conductive woven structures for electro-magnetic shielding, D. N Pandey, A. Basu and P. Kumar, 44th Textile Research Symposium, IIT Delhi and Textile Machinery Society of Japan, Delhi,14th - 16th December 2016.
      74. Electromagnetic absorption behavior of 3D woven conductive fabrics in C- band Frequency region, D. N. Pandey, A. Basu, P. Kumar & T.C. Shami, International Conference on Advance Materials Textiles and Processes, UPTTI, Kanpur, 14-15 October 2017.
      75. Standards required on Technical Textiles for Workplace Safety, A. Basu, 3rd National Conclave on Standards for Technical Textiles, BIS, Ministry of Textiles and BIS, New Delhi, 2-3 November 2017.
      76. Development of Smart Textiles for Medical Protective Care, A. Basu, S. Jain & V. Khoiwal, Functional Textiles and Clothing Conference, IIT, Delhi, 9-12 February 2018.
      77. Indigenous protective textiles and their standardization, TEXTECHNO 2018 Seminar, Mumbai, 28th June 2018.
      78. Innovative weave designs for development of conductive woven fabric, D. N. Pandey, A. Basu & P. Kumar, International Conference on Advance Materials Textiles and Processes, UPTTI & IIT, Kanpur, 19-20 November 2018.
      79. Development of value added products from natural fibres produced in Indian Himalayan Region, A. Basu, A. K. Pandey, M.S. Parmar & S. Chauhan, 58th Joint Technological Conference, ATIRA, BTRA, SITRA & NITRA, NITRA, Ghaziabad, 15th February 2019.
      80. Standardisation of protective textiles, A. Basu, 4th National Conclave on Standards for Technical Textiles, organized by MoT, BIS and FICCI, New Delhi, 21st February 2019.
      81. R&D in Technical Textiles, A.Basu, National Conclave on Technical Textiles, MoT, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai, January 2019.

  • Patents obtained/filed
    • Granted:
      1. Patent No. 201024 filed on 07.01.2004 (16/CHE/04): A method and device for spinning yarn with less hairiness.
      2. A process for fibre extraction from Pine needle (Perul). Patent No. 201711001977.

      Applied:
      1. Patent No. 648/CHE/2005 filed on 27.05.2005: A control system for humidification plant in textile industry
      2. Patent No. 649/CHE/2005 filed on 27.05.2005: A control system for collecting and discharging fibre waste in textile industry.
      3. Patent No. 650/CHE/2005 filed on 27.05.2005: Energy efficient control system for overhead travelling cleaner(OHTC) in textile mills using programmable logic controller(PLC) and logic sensor.
      4. Patent No. 2859/CHE/2007 filed on 30.11.2007: a method for treating waste water effluent from textile processing industry.
      5. Patent No. 172/CHE/2008 filed on 21.01.2008: A Weavability tester.
      6. Patent Application No. 2021110620044 filed on 31.12.2021: An apparatus to determine Air Pollutant Gas Adsorption Capability of Fabric.

  • Books/Monograms Published
    • A) Books
      1) Progress in Air-jet Spinning, A. Basu, Published by The Textile Institute, Manchester, U.K., 1999.
      2) Textile Testing: Fibre, Yarn and Fabric, Arindam Basu, Published by The South India Textile Research Association, Coimbatore, March 2001 and Second Edition September 2006.
      3) WTO and its impact on Indian Textiles and Clothing Industry, Arindam Basu & D. Shanmuganandam published by The South India Textile Research Association, May 2002.
      4) SITRA Norms for Spinning Mills, T.V. Ratnam, R. Rajamanickam, K.P. Chellamani, D. Shanmuganandam, I. Doraiswamy & A. Basu, published by The South India Textile Research Association, February, 2004.
      5) Cotton Fibre Selection and Grading, Arindam Basu & K.P. Chellamani, published by The South India Textile Research Association, September 2004.
      6) Advances in silk science and Technology, Edited by Arindam Basu published by the Woodhead Publishing Ltd., England , May 2015.
      7) Books under GaPS and TABlets series, published by Northern India Textile Research Association
         a) Utilities , March 2019
         b) Pigment Dyeing, March 2019
         c) Chemicals, 2015
         d) SA 8000, March 2019
         e) OEKO-TEX Standards, March 2019
         f) UV Protection Evaluation, March 2019
         g) Aramid threads, December 2017
         h) Zippers, Nov, 2016
         i) Glass threads, November 2016
      8) Latest Developments in Textile Machines, Review of ITMA 2019, Arindam Basu, A.Pal, M.S. Parmar, NITRA publication July 2019.

      B) Chapters
      9) Cotton Weaving Technology, I. Doraiswamy & Arindam Basu, A chapter in Cotton: Science and Technology, Edited by S. Gordon & Y-L. Hsieh, Published by The Textile Institute & Woodhead Publishing Ltd., England, January 2007.
      10) Yarn Engineering using Artificial Neural Network, Arindam Basu, A chapter in Soft Computing in Textile Engineering, Edited by Dr. Abhijit Majumdar, Published by The Textile Institute and Woodhead Publishing Ltd., England, 2010.
      11) Maintenance Management of Spinning Machines, Arindam Basu, A Chapter in Advanced Process Control in Textile Manufacturing edited by Majumdar, Das, Alagirusamy & Kothari, published by The Textile Institute and Woodhead Publishing Ltd, England, January 2013.
      12) Low pressure air plasma for processing of silk textiles, S. Sangappa & Arindam Basu, A chapter in Plasma Technologies for Textile and Apparel, Edited by S.K. Nema and P.B. Jhala, published by Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2015.
      13) Development of Smart textiles for medical protective care, A. Basu, S. Jain, V. Khoiwal, in Functional Textiles and Clothing, Edited by A. Majumder, D. Gupta and S.Gupta, Springer Publications, June 2019.
      14) Smart Elctronic yarns and wearable fabrics for biomonitoring, A. Basu, A chapter in Nano sensors and nanodevices for smart multifunctional textiles, Edited by E. Ehrmann, T. A. Nguyen and P.N. Tri, Elsvier Inc., September 2020, 109-121.

  • Consultancy Services offered to the industry
    • Consultancy services was offered to more than 25 companies as Team Leader such as Arvind Group, Ahmedabad, Morarji Mils, Mumbai, Loyal Textiles, Chennai, Chanrai Group Milla, Nigeria, Ministry of Industry, Lesotho, Oswal group of mills etc.

  • Conferences/Workshops/Seminars Organised/Attended
    • Papers presented includes all Seminars attended. Organised 4 Joint technological Conferences, 8 Technological Conferences, 4 National Level Textile Conferences.

  • Membership of Professional Bodies/Editorial Board
      1. 1. Fellow of Institution of Engineers India
      2. 2. Fellow of Textile Association (Hon)
      3. 3. Fellow of Society for Applied Biotechnology(Hon)
      4. 4. Member of Editorial Board, Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research
      5. 5. Chairman, Textile Division Council, Bureau of Indian Standard
      6. 6. Chairman, Textile Industry division, Bureau of Energy Efficiency
      7. 7. Member of Council, BTRA, SITRA, ATIRA, CITI