ATDC Placement Cell

ATDC Addressing Employability

ATDC Placement Cell has placed over 2,17,000 candidates in entry-level trade courses short duration and also about 1 lakh candidates in longer-duration Vocational courses since 2010 thus rendering economic independence to nearly 1 million family members of the candidates who have received wage employment in apparel units post ATDC –Training. The National Placement Cell of ATDC through State/Regional & National Level Rozgar Melas and Placement Meets have been able to place 70%-75% of candidates in wage employment as well as facilitating 10%-15% to take up self-employment.

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. It is also responsible for identifying the right candidate for the organization by inviting reputed companies from export, domestic, retail, E-Commerce sector and Overseas Company 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. We have signed an MOU with AEPC for better placement opportunity for our students.

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.


Imparting Skills and 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.

ATDC Centres is conducting placement drives through out the year for their trained Students as per the industry requirement. National Placement Cell himself conduct “Rozgar Melas / Campus Placement Week” for their Pan-India students on bi-annual calendar (January & July) basis. In more than 63 Melas, around 300 companies participated and offered gainful employment to the students. As this experiment has succeeded more ‘Rozgar Melas’ are organized in various States.

ATDC Placed students are doing excelled in their life. Training given by ATDC has not just only helped the fresher’s but also helps the experienced candidates to flourish in the area of department. Many candidates come from a rural areas of the country but after successfully completing the course, there are not only earning for their families but also change in their thinking & lifestyle. Here are some Alumni students story placed with in and out side of the country

ATDC Alumni in India-:
Mr. Dinesh. R is MBA Graduate and has worked for Airtel Telecommunications. Since he had interest in Apparels he joined ATDC and after completing AMT (KNITS) course from ATDC, Tirupur he is presently working as Merchandising Manager in Emmar, International and is grateful to ATDC to have provided him with the platform to realize his dreams.
Mr. Romit Singhvi is a student of ATDC, Jaipur. He is presently working as a Managing Director in “MIDAURA”. He says “I am really thankful to ATDC for providing such a good platform. ATDC helped me to start my own apparel unit name “MIDAURA”, which got tremendous response in “VASTRA” (International apparel & textile fair). This is such a good institute for those who want practical knowledge with industry exposure.
Ms. Sneha Rajawat, (July2015, batch), a student of ATDC, Jaipur is presently working as a Managing Director, Hritika Industries. She feels, really thankful to ATDC, for giving enough knowledge of Apparel industry through practical exposure. Because of this she started her own Apparel unit named “Hritika Industries” which is doing very well. She is working with the renowned international buyers& is very happy with her decision to have taken admission with ATDC.
Mr. Hrushikesh Sahu,a student of ATDC Bhubaneswar is currently working as Head – Assessment & Skill Development (North), Methods Apparel Consultancy. He says “To reach up to this position I really thank ATDC (Apparel Training and Design Centre)”, where I acquired the knowledge to take up this position.

ATDC Alumni Overseas-:
Mr. Karthik Kumar, a student of AMT Programme in ATDC Jaipur is presently working as Head QA in Atraco Industrial Enterprises, Ethiopia. He says “ATDC has been instrumental in my acquiring an Associate degree in Apparels which made me competent enough to face the challenges in industry and I am grateful to ATDC to have provided me, with a platform to fulfill his dreams.
Md.Sarfraj, Bhubaneshwar, after completing his Advance Diploma in Apparel Manufacturing, joined Banswara Syntex, Surat as Quality Supervisor. After a Year he got the opportunity from Emirates Industries, Dubai to join as a Q.A Supervisor & presently he is earning a very good salary. He says “I am very happy as ATDC’s course has fine-tuned my knowledge, due to which I have been awarded “Best Performance employee of the Year -2017”. I am thankful & grateful to all my seniors at ATDC, Bhubaneswar”.
Mr. Ramneek Kundra,student of AMT Rohini Centre is currently working as Quality Assurance in M.R.S Fashion Bahrain. Student says “I have studied and learned all those practical things in ATDC which is more supportive and helpful at my job and career growth. The international exposure I have got is due to the placement cell at ATDC.”
Mr. Jitendra, student of AMT Programme, Kanpur. He started his career as Quality Controller in Manesar, and then got the opportunity to work with Sidney Apparels LLC in Jordan. Both the work opportunities were provided by the placement cell at ATDC. He is basically from a Village and has been living with limited resources. It has been a life changing experience not only for him but for his entire family.