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NITRA offers skill upgradation programs for working professionals

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Jun '10
In the month of July-August every year, we offer a bouquet of intensive manpower training programs on distance learning basis to help the aspiring and existing textile & garment industry professionals. The programs enable them to update their knowledge at par with the fast changing technology and business environment of the industry and help them make value-added contribution to the respective organizations they are working for. In order to encourage mass participation from the organizations, we offer a very moderate fee for the same.

We strongly believe that this tiny investment in any of these training programs is worth spending for both the individual or for the organization, in case they sponsor their existing employees, so as to yield rich dividend in the long run. Also in order to refrain from disturbing the regular work schedule of working professionals, only Sunday classes are held with equal exposure to classroom training and shop floor/lab based practices.

It is also worthwhile to mention that Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA) alumnus, both regular and DLP, have already made significant contribution to various textile & garment units around the country and abroad over the last eight years. In this issue of NITRA e-service, we furnish a brief detail of the four Distance Learning Programs for your information and subsequent decision on self participation and/or sponsoring your work force for the ultimate growth and development of the organization.

Northern India Textile Research Association (NITRA)


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