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ATDC signs MoU with APSSDC
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Sep '15
Gurgaon-based Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) to meet the rising requirement skilled youth in the rapidly growing textile/fashion related sectors.

The MoU has been signed initially for a period of two years and it aims at imparting employment oriented training and encourages entrepreneurship through skill development to the youth and women. According to the MoU ATDC and APSSDC will offer skill training programs in the capital area for the village population who have been engaged in the land pooling process.

The target group of the trainings range from school drop out to college graduates in all parts of the state. According to the MoU, the ATDC offers specific vocational training programs in line with the skills needed for the job and demands of the industry.

Speaking on the occasion DG and CEO of ATDC, Dr. Darlie Koshy, “ATDC will leave no stone unturned to impart necessary skills to empower the students which would help them in getting job and starting their own business. Special emphasis would be given to impart soft skill and communications skills to groom the trainees. This MoU will be a significant help to achieve and train the maximum. ATDC is planning to set up a training centre in Tenali with the support of NSL Textiles (Guntur Garments) 28 kms from Vijayawada.”

“ATDC has state of art infrastructure offering shop floor, supervisory and managerial level courses within the education and training eco- system which provides a comprehensive training and also assures full support,” said Dr Subbarao Ghanta, MD & CEO, APSSDC.

APSSDC has been set-up by the Andhra Pradesh Government as the nodal body for skill training programmes in the state. ATDC already has nine centers in Andhra Pradesh. (SH)

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