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Brother & AOTS technical seminar successfully completed
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Jan '08
The Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS), Japan successfully organized “Maintenance Technology of Industrial Sewing Machine” for Garment Industries recently with associate with M/s Brother International India Pvt Ltd at Bangalore & Tirupur.

The main objective of the training course is to assist India in developing appropriate human resources in the area of “Industrial Sewing Machine Maintenance Technology” for further development of the garment industries in India and thereby to promote effective technical cooperation & friendship between Japan and India.

Such kind of technical seminar conducted for up-gradation of Technical skill and confidence level of maintenance staff of Garment Industries & User of Brother Industrial Machines.

The training course was organized by the AOTS of Japan under the financial support of the Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI) of the Japanese Government. All the costs incurred in organizing the training course were borne by AOTS and Brother Industries Ltd.

The instruction of the training course was given by Japanese Experts in English & local language interpretation by Brother Industries Ltd., Japan & Brother India.

In Bangalore it was held at Hotel Atria on 8th to 12th Oct, Inaugurated by Guest of Honor Mr. Sawminathan Vice President M/s Madura Garments limited .brief of the importance of the event & introduction of delegates was made by Mr.Randeep Sahani –AGM M/s Brother International India Pvt ltd.

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