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Ten students bag Italian Textile Technology Awards
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Dec '15
Ten students studying in various countries were awarded the Italian Textile Technology Awards as part of the promotional activities linked to ITMA Milan 2015.

The award aims to promote knowledge and awareness relating to textile machinery technologies and manufacturing, as well nurturing links between training initiatives and Italy's textile machinery industry.

An ACIMIT press release stated that the textile machinery trade body and the Italian Trade Agency awarded a total of 10 prizes for research in the field of textile production and textile machinery.

Raffaella Carabelli, president of ACIMIT personally gave away the awards to the winning students, while thanking all the professors who assisted in the research projects of these students.

The awards consisted of a trip to Italy, with a visit to ITMA 2015, and the winning students also received a monetary prize.

The awards ceremony took place during a meeting with ACIMIT's member companies on Wednesday 18 November, within the trade fair's premises.

Among the award winners were two students from Ethiopia, Alemayehu Assefa and Aragaw Bizualem Kassie studying at the Ethiopian Institute Textile and Fashion or (EITEX).

Four Indian students, Gupta Anmol Ashok Kumar, Goyal Ojas Ajaykumar, Malu Ujwal Murlidhar and Dalal Parth Alpeshkumar studying at D.K.T.E. Society's Textile and Engineering Institute too bagged the award.

The other two awards were awarded to Natalia Prokhorova and Mariia Sorokovaia studying in the Moscow State University of Design and Technology (MSUDT) in Russia.

Raffaella Carabelli said, “The 2015 Italian Textile Technology Awards confirm our association's determination to make a vital investment in promoting the future of operators in the textile sector.” (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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