|SMART NewZine Archives|
|Premises Required on Rent for setting up Training of Trainers' Academy|
|Short term Tender Notice for Procurement of Dress-forms & Mannequines|
|ATDC Advertisement for Registration of Library Books Vendor|
|EOI Documentary - Advertisement -Multimedia Contents- Last date: 11th Jan 2013|
|CORRIGENDUM NOTICE: Video Conferencing Solutions including integrated Online Training Module:Last date 28/12/12|
|Local Management Committee (LMC)|
|Tender Notice for Construction at Patliputra : Last Date-22nd November 2012|
|Tender Notice for Training Kit : Last Date-7th November 2012|
|Tender Notice: Supply of Special Machines, Computer Embroidery & Digital Printing Machines|
|Notice Inviting EOI for Patna Building Construction|
|Tender AMC Desktop, Laptop, Photocopier, Scanner & Printer|
|Corrigendum for Supply of Sewing machine, Computer Embroidery & Digital Printing Machine|
|Tender for Furniture|
|ATDC-Annual Review- 2011-12|
|ATDC Training on Industrial Engineering|
India’s Largest Vocational Training Network for the Apparel Sector
Apparel Training & Design Centre (ATDC) has emerged as India’s Largest Vocational Training Network for the Apparel Sector with over 150 ATDCs including 25 ATDC Community Colleges and over 150 ATDC- SMART Peripatetic Centres and Skill Camps at present in major Apparel clusters spread across 20 states Pan India.
|ATDC’s National Head Office at "PARIDHAN VIKAS BHAWAN" in Sector-44, Gurgaon manages and monitors the activities of the Pan-India network of ATDC Community Colleges & Centres and also overseas implementation of theSMART Project. The new building was inaugurated by the Secretary Textiles, MOT, GOI on 22nd November, 2010.
ATDC COMMUNITY COLLEGES
ATDC has tied up with IGNOU through a long term MOU for establishing 25 ATDC-Community Colleges Pan India with an objective to create a ‘college for the community’ with a focus on employability in the apparel and allied sectors.
This step has been a significant one in making available proper Certification System through IGNOU’s validation processes and offering proper progression towards an Associate Degree. This initiative of ATDC has a positive cascading impact on improving the skill base for both the domestic and export manufacturing sectors of Textile and Apparel Industries and at the same time offering opportunity for graduation and further higher studies.
Highlights of ATDC Community College(ACC)
ATDC Community Colleges offers Associate Degree Programmes (2 years) in Apparel Manufacturing, Fashion Design; Diploma Programmes (1 year) in Apparel Pattern Making & CAD, Apparel Quality Assurance & Compliance, Apparel Manufacturing Technology, Fashion Design Technology and Knitwear Manufacturing Technology; Certificate Programmes (6 Months ) in Apparel Pattern Making, Knitwear Manufacturing Technology (foundation), Apparel Export Merchandising, Production Supervision & Quality Control.
Non-credit customised programmes such as computer aided design (pattern making), computer aided design (merchandising manager), computer aided design (fashion studio) and garment construction techniques programmes are also offered under AICC.
ATDC-SMART Training Project
First ATDC-SMART Centre, Egmore
|SMART Centre was established in EgmoreChennai and was inaugurated by then Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and Hon’ble Minister of Textiles, MOT, GoI.
ATDC-SMART training project has been planned with a focus to provide trainees with skills for “employability” and help the apparel industry with a pool of skilled and certified workforce to improve competitiveness through better quality, efficiency and productivity.
ATDC’s Qualified Faculty Resource and State-of-the-Art ATDC Centres are led by a sound & dedicated management team witha strong faculty pool of over 350Trainers, Instructors &Lecturers with passion and commitment towards Skill Development which benefits the youth, women & disadvantaged sections of the society. ATDC’s evolution as a leading vocational training provider with the network of Community Colleges & ATDC SMART Centres augur well for Apparel Manufacturing Sector which is faced with 12-23% attrition of workforce and crunch in finding adequate labour.