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ATDC hosts seminar on World Youth Skill Day
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Jul '17
On World Youth Skill Day, a seminar was organised by the Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC). The seminar titled 'Youth and Skill Development’ reflected upon issues and challenges related to skill development in India. The seminar was a platform to present best practices and innovations as well as chart out of future roadmap for development.

"Skill development is the need of the hour. A larger proportion of India’s youth will become employable by giving them requisite skills for the jobs. Since newer technologies are evolving it is imperative to provide quality training to youth. It is important to train them well and equip them for a better tomorrow. ATDC as always with its latest strategies & techniques is well poised to train the professionals in the right direction," said Roopali Shukla, advisor, ATDC- TOT academies & regional ATDCs said.

The event was organised in association with Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development in Chandigarh.

The programme also included a panel discussion on ‘Decoding the skill development agenda’ which deliberated upon ways to inculcate skills in the youth. ATDC has been instrumental in contributing the skilled workforce by imparting training in apparel sector to over 2 lakh youth till date. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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