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ATDC session on understanding needs of apparel sector
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Sep '16
Courtesy: ATDC
Courtesy: ATDC
Major apparel brands and manufacturers were among those who attended a session from Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) in Chandigarh. The session focused on the wide range of apparel workshops and trainings that have been conducted earlier by ATDC and take suggestions on adapting them to requirements of the North India garment industry.

The main purpose was to understand the requirements of this area, so that workshops and trainings may be customised to benefit apparel manufacturing hubs in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.

Representatives of Gini & Jony, Eveline International, Active Clothing, Northern India Institute of Fashion Technology, Inter National Institute of Fashion Designing, Home Science College, etc participated in the interactive session.

“Conducting such workshops helps us to understand the needs and the hurdles faced by the apparel sector. Through such training by experienced trainers, we are able to create professionals who will accelerate the growth of the apparel sector,” Roopali Shukla, advisor, ATDC-TOT Academies said. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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