ATDC addressing Employability
ATDC has trained 1,57,731 trainees since 1996 till 2013 and one lakh candidates during the pilot project period under ISDS of MOT,GOI with overall 75% placement in wage and self-employment ( 45% placed in Apparel Export Units ( large & SMEs) and rest 30% in domestic garments units, self-help groups through NGOs etc.)
After successful completion of the course, all possible assistance is provided to the students for suitable placement in the Apparel Industry. The training centres regularly conduct placement workshops to prepare students to face job interviews & aptitude tests. Students are taught skills such as resume writing, presentation skills and time management in these workshops so that they become completely industry-ready by the time they complete their course.
The Placement Cell at ATDC National Head Office plays a pivotal role between the industry and the student community through meaningful interaction to bring awareness to the faculty and the students and prepare them according to the changing demands of the industry. It is also responsible for identifying the right candidate for the organization by inviting reputed companies from both export and domestic sector by organizing Rozgar Melas and placement drives to conduct campus interviews for recruitment of students and thus providing a constructive feedback.
ATDC network has a strong linkage with key Apparel Manufacturers and Exporters through AEPC’s Apparel Industry Members over 8000 registered manufacturers.
The Key to the success of ATDC Skill Development initiative has been gainful employment of trained candidates and mobilization of candidates through motivational workshops, awareness camps and State Govt. & Industry Bhagidari.
Imparting Skills & Improving Lives
ATDC training centres conduct placement workshops to prepare students to write applications, hone presentation skills, face job interviews and aptitude tests so that they are ready to step into the industry on completing their course. After successful completion of the course, assistance is provided to students through the National Placement Cell at the ATDC National Head Office as well as other centres for suitable placement or self-employment. The Placement Cell is very active in linking the industry.
‘Rozgar Melas’ and regional / local placement drives are also organized during which reputed companies take interview and recruit students. The ATDC network thus has a strong connection with the key apparel manufacturers and exporters through AEPC’s members, there are over 8,000 registered exporters. ATDC has finally signed an MOU with AEPC for better placement opportunity for our students. Most of the students find employment in apparel units (from Export, Domestic, Retail, E-Commerce sector and Overseas)
‘Rozgar Melas’: ATDC is conducting ‘Rozgar Melas’ in major catchment areas and taking the industry there to recruit candidates. In just 44 Melas where 220 companies participated and over 5600 candidates have been selected and offered gainful employment. As this experiment has succeeded more ‘Rozgar Melas’ are organized often in various States.
Major Job Profiles offered to ATDC Student
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