Published On: Sat, Aug 27th, 2016

73 Skilled Youth Got Placed in placement drive organised by India’s Largest Vocational Training Provider-ATDC Gurgaon

Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) Gurgaon, India’s Largest Quality Vocational Training Provider for the Apparel Industry organized 10 days ‘Placement Drive’ for its students of long term courses (AVI) at Gurgaon campus. The ‘placement drive’ was organized by the NHO (National Head office) Placement Cell of ATDC. Total 95 candidates had participated in the drive from various ATDC centres such as Delhi NCR, Jaipur, Patna, Kanpur, Chhindwara etc. Among the 95 who participated, 73 skilled young candidates have been placed at various apparel companies. Students were selected for designations like Quality Checker, Assistant Merchandising, and Production etc.

“In each placement drive we try to attain 100% placement for all our students. We invite the best companies in the Apparel Industry for the placement programme. Our students are trained to the best of the standards and we train them to become the assets for organizations they step in” said Ms. Manju Singh, Principle ATDC Gurgaon.

73 Skilled Youth Got Placed in placement drive organised by India’s Largest Vocational Training Provider-ATDC Gurgaon

The placement drive witnessed 10 of the best export and apparel companies of Delhi NCR such as M/s Chelsea Mills Gurgaon, M/s Pearl Global Ltd Gurgaon, M/s Groverson Apparel Pvt. Ltd Manesar Gurgaon, M/s Pee Empro Export Pvt. Ltd., Faridabad M/s Orient Craft Noida, M/s M.M Exports Faridabad, etc.

The companies which became a part of the placement programme found the students to be very skilled and enthusiastic. Ms. Shivani, Manager HR, Orient Craft said that, “We have been recruiting ATDC students from the very beginning and due to the superb training they receive in ATDC, most of them become industry ready within a matter of days at our facilities.”

“I am very happy to be placed at Chelsea Mills as Asst. Merchandiser. ATDC has provided me with the best training and honed my skills. I am looking forward to work with the best of my abilities” said Palak Garg, a student of ATDC who got placed in one of the companies.

ATDC’s Vision is encapsulated in “Imparting Skills and Improving Lives” and its mission is to train skilled workforce for the rapidly growing export and domestic sectors of the Apparel Industry and upgrade the technical skills to improve quality, productivity and efficiency in a global context. Apparel Training & Design Centre has emerged as India’s Largest Vocational Training Network for the Apparel Sector with around 176 ATDCs including ATDC Vocational Institutes and ATDC- SMART Centres and Skill Camps present in major Apparel clusters spread across 23 states & 85 cities Pan India.

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