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On a Skilling Spree!
Skilling the labour is priority on the agenda of industry and the Government, and modernisation and rapid growth vital for the export-based textile industry depend solely on the progress of this new drive. An ITJ Report sizes up the mission of this skilling spree
Value addition for knitted garments by Indian traditional designs
Indian traditional embroideries are vibrant and flamboyant, stylish and delicate; they can be hand made or can be machine incorporated, feel AN Sai Krishnan, A Thirugnanasambantham and V Chandrasekaran.
Indian traditional designs are the visual art forms produced and prevalent in the Indian subcontinent from third millennium BCE to date.
J Hayavadana pens a book on fabric structure
Prof J Hayavadana, a graduate from the Bangalore University of Textiles, post graduate in textile technology from PSG College of Technology (Bharathiyar University) and doctorate from Anna University under faculty of technology, has penned a book on fabric structure and design.
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