Further, Apparel Training & Design Centre (ATDC) aims to double its intake in its B.Voc degree programme apart from strengthening quality and excellence in training and delivery. The objective of Urja 2017 that was held in Haryana recently was not only to evaluate and optimise performance of ATDC vocational institutes/smart centres but also changes to be made in policies, curricula, infrastructure and quality implementation.
"We need to strengthen ATDC for the future challenges by working closely with the changing requirements of apparel industry and focus on quality, efficiency and delivery with the focus techniques. Going forward I have advised ATDC to focus on pursuit of excellence by raising the bar of quality and facility, course inputs and employment linkages," said Ashok Rajani, chairman, AEPC & ATDC.
The meeting also discussed the skilling goals set for the financial year 2017-18. (RR)
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