Munish Tyagi
Snr Textile Industry Consultant

Munish Tyagi


Educational Qualification(s)

Work Experience
25 Years

Area of Specialization

Present Occupation
Snr Textile Industry Consultant

Awards and Recognition

Munish Tyagi is a Textile technologist and MBA from premier institutions like IIT, Delhi University of Manchester, and University of Leeds, UK. He has 25 years of vast experience in several areas including project planning, Feasibility studies and market/demand potential surveys. He has worked for Government of India, Ministry of Textiles for the feasibility study of UNDP carpet program. He has taken active participation as an international consultant to the MPDF initiative of IFC in Vietnam. He was associated with reeling and sizing improvement programs of the UNIDO.

Mr. Tyagi is a life member of Textile Association (India), and is a guest faculty to the national institutes like Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, Bhadohi, the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi and, the Pearl Academy. He has served as a top management member to large Corporates in textile sector., namely GPI Textiles , Satia group , and Sidcul.

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