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ATDC-UP sign MoU on skill development
Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC) has signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM). The purpose is to advance skill sector in the state by offering 24 courses with the target to uplift 8,000 unemployed youth in the next three years in all UP centres i.e Noida, Kanpur, Ghaziabad, Agra, Unnao, Lucknow, Pratapgarh, Barabanki, Barailly, Shahjahanpur, Varanasi, Ajamgarh and Kannauj.
LIVA-FDCI collaborate for Amazon India Fashion Week
Brand Liva has collaborated with Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), an apex body of Indian fashion industry, as an associate sponsor for the Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Autumn Winter 2016. The brand offers an exclusive fabric innovation service to the designers through kiosks across cities. The 28th edition of AIFW was held from October 12-16 at the NSIC Grounds, New Delhi.
ATDC workshop stresses workers’ skills
With the aim of upgrading knowledge base and skill levels of personnel of the apparel industry along with ATDC faculty resources, the Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC), India’s largest vocational training provider for the apparel sector, has organised a two-day long workshop on ‘Apparel Product-Quality Assurance’. The workshop was conducted recently at ATDC Hub Faridabad.
Technology trends in fashion
Technological innovations are revolutionising manufacturing in all industries and apparel manufacturing is no exception: major technical innovations in cloud computing, digital design, collaboration, 3D modeling, data management, production, and digital printing, are enabling apparel makers to achieve significant productivity gains. technology is improving speed and quality while reducing costs, to help get the right products to the right customers, at the right time.
Smart textiles & applications
In the early 1990s Mark Weiser described the future of computing as disappearing from the consciousness of people. This means that computer systems will be unobtrusive and so easy to use that people can forget them and work with them without actively thinking of them. This so-called ubiquitous computing approach also implies the invisibility of hardware devices and continuous connectivity to information networks.
Van De Wiele’s technology for 4 application areas
As leading textile machinery, Van De Wiele presented machinery and technology for its four application areas: flooring, home textiles, apparel and technical textiles. Following brands were present: BONAS: After the successful introduction of the Si with many hundreds of references, Bonas introduced during ITMA Asia the Ji range. Ji is available in formats from 1,920 hooks till 5,760 hooks and is the most compact machine on the market.
ATDC session for apparel makers, institutes
Apparel Training and Design Centre (ATDC), India’s largest quality vocational training provider for the apparel sector recently conducted an 'Interactive Session for Apparel Manufacturing Organisations, Entrepreneurs (Boutiques) & Apparel & Fashion Institutes at its Chandigarh centre.
Dr Koshy bestowed with Holden Medal award
The Holden Medal for Education, by The Textile Institute, United Kingdom will be conferred on Dr Darlie Koshy, DG and CEO, Apparel Training & Design and Centre (ATDC) and Institute of Apparel Management (IAM), for his outstanding contributions in technology based education at the levels. Dr Koshy has been an educationist par excellence