Mittu Gupta, BSc, DFTM, MSc, PhD

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Mittu Gupta,


Mittu Gupta has eight years of experience as Professor with School of Fashion & Jewellery, George Brown College teaching courses in for textiles and provides a learner centered environment in her classes. She has worked as Assistant Professor of Textiles and Clothing for 10 years with Department of Textiles and Apparel Design, SNDT Women’s University at Mumbai, India. She is very passionate about teaching and has developed innovative teaching methods and incorporated “best practices” in teaching core textiles and clothing. She loves to incorporate technology in creating an effective, compelling and engaging learning environment in her classroom. She has published papers in journals and apparel trade magazines and presented papers at national and international platforms. She has four years of experience in retail sector having managed Men retail store as a Store Manager and has also worked as Production Coordinator for three years in garment production unit. She was also associated with diverse school community as Vice Principal of a High School.

Academic Credentials

PhD, Textile and Fashion Technology, University of Mumbai, 2010

Certificate Course, Advanced Social Research Methodology, University of Mumbai, 2009

MSc, Textiles and Clothing, SNDT Women’s University, 1996

DFTM, Diploma in Foreign Trade Management, University of Mumbai, 1996

BSc, Bachelors in Home Science, Punjab University, 1994

Areas of Specialization

Fabric Science

Fabric Analysis

Areas of Expertise


Retail Management

Quality Control

Textile Physics

Consumer Science


Wet Processing

Traditional Textiles

Garment construction and Drafting

Career Highlights

2012-Present: Professor, George Brown College School of Fashion & Jewellery, Canada

2010-2020: Vice Principal, Xyna International High School, Canada

2001-2010: Assistant Professor, SNDT Women University, India

2001-2005: Store Manager, All Seasons Menswear, India

1997-2000: Production Coordinator, Garment Unit, India