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Apparel, fashion houses hire 67 ATDC students
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Mar '16
Sixty seven young people have been hired by various apparel companies during a 10-day Campus Placement Drive organised by the NHO placement cell of ATDC, India's largest quality vocational training provider for the Apparel Industry

In a press release, ATDC said 80 candidates from 12 different centres of ATDC participated in this drive.

Students were selected for designations like Assistant Quality Checker, Production, Sampling & Quality Control Departments & Fashion Design Departments

The Campus Placement drive witnessed more than 8 major export companies and apparel houses of Delhi NCR including fashion portal Myntra.com Modelama Exports Ltd, both based in Gurgaon.

Commenting on the initiative Dr. Darlie Koshy, DG & CEO, ATDC said, “Imparting 'employability' and 'industry readiness' form the essence of ATDC's training approach. Hence, we are happy that the prospective employers have found our students' skills appropriate and relevant for their companies.”

Ms Shabnam Khan, a student of ATDC who got placed in Modelama said, “ATDC has given a new direction to my life. I come from a family where pursuing higher education was a distant dream for me. I am thankful to ATDC for providing me a platform to learn and rise. I not only got skill training at the centre but as soon as my course got completed I have a job in my hand. This job will not only help me to support my family but will also provide me a better quality of life.”

Myntra.com, hired 10 students for its Quality division. Vivek Singh of Myntra's Human Resources said, “It was again a great experience to hire these trained resources. We have been hiring from last two years from your different training campus, and the quality of candidates we have got is amazing. Hoping to hire many more in future too.” (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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