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The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills' Research Association (SASMIRA) Linked to the Ministry of Textile, Govt. of India was established on 12th January 1950 under Registration No. 2505 of 1949-1950 granted under Societies Act XXI of 1860 and is a cooperative venture set up by the Man-Made Textile industry of India after independence as a multi-functional institute to serve its scientific and technological needs.

SASMIRA entered into its golden jubilee in the year 2000 AD, coinciding with the new millennium. The land mark building of SASMIRA at Worli is in the heart of the city of Mumbai, the imposing building covering nearly 12,000 sq.mts. of area was conceived as far back as in 1950, and completed in 1958.

SASMIRA Council Members

Shri. Maganlal H. Doshi Shri. Mihir R. Mehta Shri. Sunil S. Mehta Shri. D.V. Radia
Shri. V. I. Bachkaniwala Shri. Viresh Kamdar Shri. Kaval Mehra Shri. Gokul K. Mehta
Shri. B.S. Parekh Shri. J.S. Arora Shri. A.N. Jariwala Shri. S.S. Khetan
Shri. Bharat T. Gandhi Shri. Sunder G. Golani Shri. Raj Kumar Shekhani Shri I.P.Poddar
Shri. Jayeash R.Mehta Mr. Dinesh S. Zaveri Ms. Nehal M. Doshi

Government Nominees

Joint Secretary, Ministry of Textiles Addl. Secretary & Fin. Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Textiles
Adviser (Industry), Planning Commission Textile Commissioner, Government of India

Functions and Objectives of the Organisation

SASMIRA’s Activities

Commencing with the testing of silk and art silk materials, SASMIRA has geared its activities since then to meet the changing needs of the man-made textile industry thereby fulfilling its objectives. At present, SASMIRA is linked to the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. The major areas of functioning at SASMIRA are listed as:

  • Research & Development.
  • Technical Services & Testing Labs.
  • Institute of Man-made Textiles.
  • Instrumentation.
  • Pilot Plant. (weaving/spinning/ knitting).
  • Information services.
  • Powerloom Service Centres at Bhiwandi.