National Placement Cell

ATDC ADDRESSING EMPLOYABILITY

National Placement Cell has been formed in the year 2010 by ATDC. The National 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.

COVERAGE

Being in the industry for past 27 years, ATDC has signed an MOU with AEPC, which has over 8000 registered manufacturers to create a strong linkage for the better placement of our candidates. National Placement Cell has signed placement agreements direct with the exporters also (like M/s Shahi Exports, M/s Pearl Global, etc.) to provide suitable placement opportunity to all ATDC Pan-India trained candidates.

METHODOLOGY

PRE-PLACEMENT

During their course of study, we start pre-placement planning (on geographical / interest basis) of the candidates with the help of Regional managers / Principals. We keep on organizing workshops, mock interviews, writing application from time to time to ensure they learn their skills both manually and practically.

We put all our efforts in organizing ‘Rozgar Mela’s’ / ‘Campus Placement Week’s’ / ‘Virtual Placement Drive’s’ for all ATDC Pan-India trained students where ATDC invite reputed industries from Pan-India (Export, Domestic, Retail, E- Commerce sector) to take our students in students in different area of their specialization

POST-PLACEMENT

After the selection of the students, the concerned letters (Offer/Joining Letter) are sent to centres/students for their reference. ATDC connect with the candidates as well as the industry after the placement to gain feedback / tracking details of the candidates.

BENEFICIARY IN INDUSTRY

ATDC trained skilled trainee’s beneficiary for the entire Apparel Industry including big & small manufacturers, exporters, retailors, boutiques, tailors, etc. Many big manufacturers regularly engage ATDC students in their units. In formal industry ATDC students going from shop-floor to Merchandisers level also as Assistant.

MAINLY JOB PROFILES OFFERED IN ORDER OF GARMENT INDUSTRIES
S. NO. 3 YEARS COURSE
(300 Hours)
JOB OFFERED BY INDUSTRY
1 BVoc in Apparel Manufacturing & Entrepreneurship (AME) Asst. Production Manager, Asst. Quality Manager, Asst. I.E. Manager, Quality Auditor, Line Auditor. Asst. Fashion Designer, Content writer, Merchandiser
2 BVoc in Fashion Design & Retail (FDR)

S. NO. 1 YEARS COURSE
(1040 Hours)+(60 hr /Soft Skill
JOB OFFERED BY INDUSTRY
1 Apparel Manufacturing Technology (AMT) Production Executive, Production Supervisor, Quality Controller, Quality Auditor, Asst. Pattern Master, Finishing Incharge, I.E. Executive, Merchandiser, Asst. Fashion Designer, Sampling Coordinator
2 Fashion Design Technology (FDT)

S. NO. 4-8 MONTHS COURSE (360 – 720 Hours) + 60 Hours Soft Skill JOB OFFERED BY INDUSTRY
1 Production Supervisor Sewing (PSS) Production Supervisor, Quality Controller / Checker, Asst. I.E., Asst. Merchandiser, Asst. Pattern Master (CAD), Asst. Fashion Designer, Sampling Coordinator, Machine Mechanic etc.
2 Fashion Designer (FD)
3 Merchandiser
4 Machine Maintaining Mechanic
5 Industrial Engineering Executive
6 Advance Pattern Maker CAD / CAM
7 Sampling Coordinator / GCT
8 In-Line Checker

S. NO. 0-3 MONTHS COURSE (200 – 340 Hours) + 60 Hours Soft Skill JOB OFFERED BY INDUSTRY
1 Sewing Machine Operator (SMO) Sewing Machine Operator
2 Self Employed Tailor (SET)
3 Specialized Sewing Machine Operator (SSMO)
4 Hand Embroidery Hand Embroider (Job Work / Boutiques)