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AN ATDC TRAINING PROJECT

UNDER THE MOT, GOI

ATDC Vocational Institute

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2014 - 15

ATDC - Largest Network of Vocational Training Provider for Apparel Sector


Under the aegis of Apparel Export Promotion Council

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

CONTENTS
p-01 Introduction
p-02 ATDC Vocational Institute
p-03 ATDC Board of Governors
p-04 ATDC LMC Members
p-07 Message from Chairman, AEPC & ATDC
p-07 Message from Vice Chairman, ATDC
p-08 Message from DG & CEO, ATDC & IAM
p-09 Advance Diploma Courses
p-10 Diploma Courses
p-13 Certificate Courses
p-19 Admission Procedure
p-21 ATDC Leading Recruiters
p-22 Fee Structure
p-23 ATDC Vocational Institute Network
p-27 Alumni Speaks
p-28 Rules & Regulation

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Welcome to the
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The ATDC was set-up in 1996 by the leading export council AEPC sponsored by the Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of
India in response to the felt need for technically trained personnel and shopfloor workforce for apparel sector so
that productivity and efficiency could increase beside ready availability of workforce for various levels.
In the recent years with the new strategic initiatives, ATDC has emerged as the leader in vocational training for
the Apparel Industry. With the advent of skill development initiatives in the country and the introduction of
Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) by MoT, GOI in October 2010, ATDC was selected as Nodal Agency
on Pan India basis for implementing the Skill Development Scheme under Component-I by the Ministry of
Textiles. In the last three years, after the skill development programme commenced, ATDC's proactive efforts
through SMART Fast-Track shopfloor workforce training programmes under the ISDS there has been a visible
improvement on the ground.
From an initial strength of just 195 students trained in 1996, number of students passing out every year has risen
to over 40,000 in 2012-13 academic year. Overall about 1,32,000 students have been trained in different centres
of the ATDCs, 50,000 of them till 2008 and over 82,000 under SMART and ATDC Community Colleges over the last
3 years.
ATDC is the only organization which offers shopfloor, supervisory and managerial level trainings/courses within
the education and training eco-system i.e. SMART Training Courses for taking care of courses of 1 month to 4
month duration (Skill Level 01-03) and ATDC Vocational Institutes (Skill Level 04-07). Creation of such
comprehensive training Ecosystem has accorded a leadership position in ATDC by transforming as India's largest
vocational training provider for the apparel sector and has won UK-India Skills Forum Award in 2011, ATDC is
again the only institution in apparel sector which has set-up Training of Trainers' Academies i.e. in
Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala), Chhindwara (Madhya Pradesh) and Gurgaon (Haryana) for training of trainers
considering the acute shortage of qualified and well trained trainers.
Studies indicate that currently there are 3.5 crore trained workforce employed in the apparel and textiles sector
and approximately 6.16 crore trained manpower would be required by the year 2022 for both direct and indirect
jobs that include tailors, inline personnel, designers, merchandisers, quality controllers, junior and middle level
managers, etc. and ATDC has been constantly striving to infuse a new dynamism to the entire value chain of
apparel and textile sector. From ideation to innovation, from classroom to shop floor, the mission is to bring
employability especially for school dropouts and less educated youth and women from the marginalized strata
of our society, thus contributing towards realizing the goals set by the National Skills Mission.
Advancing forward on the agenda to 'Target, Train, Transform' using both short term & long term courses, ATDC
aims to shape a stronger growth trajectory for the apparel industry and to strengthen ATDC by a two pronged
strategy of consolidating and raising the bar of the quality for the short-term courses under ISDS, MOT, GOI
(ATDC-SMART) along with a renewed focus on longer-term courses in conjunction with Skill Development
Initiative Scheme, DGE&T/NCVT through the 'ATDC Vocational Institutes'.

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ATDC
Vocational Institute
ATDC Vocational Institutes are a vital part of the vocational training system for careers in apparel,
fashion and textile leading to award of Certificate, Diploma and Advance Diploma by ATDC and
certification through National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT), DGET, Ministry of Labour &
Employment to provide the key production and quality related personnel to the Apparel Industry.
ATDC Vocational Institutes portray an important role in ushering in a positive contribution to the
apparel export manufacturing industry which has been facing acute shortage of skilled workforce and
technical personnel with demand for trained professionals' far outstripping supply. It is the only
organization which offers shopfloor, supervisory and managerial level trainings/courses within the
education and training eco-system.

02

ATDC by taking proactive steps developed innovative curricula for the Apparel-Textile-Fashion sectors
and also aligned its courses with the Modular Employable Skills (MES) scheme under the Skill
Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) promoted by Directorate General of Employment & Training
(DGE&T), Ministry of Labour & Employment as well as curricula for Fashion Design, Textile Design,
Apparel Manufacturing and Fashion Management for AICTE under NVEQF.
With focus on employability, especially for school dropouts and less educated youth, ATDC
Vocational Institutes gives a new direction and thrust to skill development in the labour-intensive
apparel sector that operates in a globally competitive environment. The curricula is comprehensive
and based on core subjects going beyond just academic knowledge but also facilitating development
of concepts, ideas and skills besides providing the much needed fee support to the learner.
Also, digital learning and soft skills are now being integrated as part of skill training programmes at all
ATDC Vocational Institutes. ATDC Vocational Institutes mainstreams vocational education and offer
modularity, lateral and vertical mobility with focus on 'employability and flexibility with different
inputs being acquired by the students for different level of certification to join the 'fibre to fashion'
value chain.

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ATDC Board of Governors


ATDC's governance structure is robust having an apex BOG covering of following members and a
strong NHO team to make policies, strategies and academic benchmark etc. in addition to 248 faculty
resources who are being regularly trained by the TOT Academy.

Sh. Virender Uppal, Chairman AEPC, ATDC & IAM M/s Richa Global Export Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. Hari Kapoor, Vice Chairman, ATDC M/s Allied Export Industries

Dr. Darlie Koshy, Director General & CEO ATDC & IAM

Sh. Premal H. Udani, M/s Kay Tee Corp. Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. H K L Magu, Chairman (F&B) AEPC M/s Jyoti Apparels

Sh. Ashok Rajani, Sr. Vice Chairman, AEPC Ms/ Midas Touch Exports

Sh. Ashok Logani, Vice Chairman (East) M/s Instyle Exports Pvt. Ltd.

Dr. A. Sakthivel, M/s Poppys Knitwear Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. Sudhir Sekhri, M/s Trend Setters Intl.

Sh. Ranjit P. Shah, M/s P.S. Apparels ( India).

Sh. G.S. Madan, M/s Madan Trading Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. P.M.S. Uppal, M/s Pee Empro Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. Anil Buchasia, M/s Amrit Exports Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. Vijay Jindal, M/s SPL Industries Ltd.

Sh. Pritam Goyal, M/s Lyra Industrials

Sh. Rakesh Vaid, M/s Usha Fabs Pvt. Ltd.

Sh. Vivek Khandelwal, M/s Pattern India

Ms. Pushpa Subramanyam, IAS Jt. Secretary (Exports)

Sh. A. B. Joshi, Textile Commissioner

Sh. Dinesh Nijhawan, Director DGE&T, Ministry of Labour & Employment Government of India

Dr. Renu S. Parmar, IES Adviser ( Industry & VSE) Planning Commission

Sh. Puneet Kumar, IAS Secretary General, AEPC

Sh. Dilip Chenoy, MD & CEO, NSDC

Dr. Charu Gupta, Associate Professor, Deptt. Of Fabric & Apparel Science

Dr. Rajesh Bheda, Garment Technology & Quality Consultant

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ATDC LMC Members (2014-15)


ATDC is also supported by local management committees for larger centres, clusters & in some cases
States. The name of LMC Members are given below.
NORTHERN REGION
Delhi & NCR

Sh. M.K. Jain


M.D., Chelsea Mills

Sh. R. Gaur
M/s Radnik Exports

Sh. H.K.L Magu


M.D., M/S Jyoti Apparels

Sh. Ravin Ahuja


Representative of Hiscet,
Manesar, Gurgaon

Sh. Samir Rustagi


Param Exports

Sh. Amit Kumar


CTA Apparel

Sh. G S Madan
M/s Madan Trading Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Ms. Daljit Kaur
Principal, ATDC Okhla

Ms. Pooja Anirudh Pandharkar


Incharge, ATDC Dilshad Garden

Ms. Amita Kaushal


Principal, ATDC Rohini

Noida Cluster

Sh. Pritam Goel


M.D., M/S Lyra Industrials

Sh. PMS Uppal


M/s Pee Empro Exports Pvt. Ltd.

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Sh. Virender Uppal


M/s Richa & Company

Sh. Hari Kapoor


Vice Chairman ATDC,
M/s Allied Exports

Dr. Bhupinder Kaur


Principal, ATDC Gurgaon

Faridabad Centre

Sh. P.M.S. Uppal


M/s Pee Empro Exports (P) LTD

Sh. Vijay Jindal


M/s SPL Industries LTD

Sh. Gaurav Aggarwal


Principal, ATDC Ludhiana

Jaipur Cluster

Sh. Mandeep Wasu


M/s M.M. Exports

Sh. Vivek Khandelwal


M.D., M/s. Patterns India

Sh. Mohan Agnani


M.D., M/s. Jetex

Sh. Rakshit Poddar


M.D., M/s. Cheer Sagar Exports

Sh. Alok Kumar


Chief General Manager, RIICO

Sh. G P Mittal
M.D., M/s Kanhaiyalal Kalyanmal

Sh. Amit Maheshwari


M.D., M/s. Somani Fabric

Sh. Lalit Arora


M.D., M/s.Jimmy Mode International

Sh. Vijay Ahuja


President, M/S Ahuja Overseas

Sh. Vimal Shah


M.D., M/s. Goodwill Impex Ltd

Sh. Sunit K. Jain


M.D., M/s. Ratan Textiles

Sh. P.K. Yadav


Joint Registrar, ATDC Jaipur

Ms. Poonam Malhotra


Principal, ATDC Faridabad

Sh. Anil Agarwal


Member, Elite International

Sh. V S Hooda
Mini Secretariat, Gurgaon

Ms. Kamal Sham Kumar


Member, Frontline Fashions Unlimited

Sh. Dinesh Gupta


Director, M/s Oswal knit India Ltd

Sh. Harish Todi


J.D. Apparels

Sh. Ashok Logani


M.D., M/s Instyle Exports P Ltd.

Mrs. Nisha Bhatia


Member, M/s. India Today Fashions

Sh. G.S. Madan


M/s Madan TradingCo. Pvt. Ltd

Sh. Harish Dua


Managing Director, M/s K.G. Exports

Gurgaon & Manesar Cluster

Sh. Sandeep Gupta


M/s Gupta Exim(India) Pvt Ltd

Sh. Sunil Bhargava


Member, Rag Trade India (Pvt.) Ltd.

Ms. Rekha Negi


Incharge, ATDC Noida

Sh. Varun Mehra


Director, M/s Nagesh Knitwear Ltd.

Sh. Anoop Saraf


M.D., M/s.Major Exports Ltd

Capt. Manoj Kumar


SDO (Civil) Panchayat Bhawan

Sh. Rajiv Bansal


Member,
Celestial Knits & Fabs Pvt. Ltd.

Sh.Vijay Miglani
Managing Director
M/s Famina Knit Fab

Sh.Madan Kukreja
M/s Super Fashion

Sh. Sanjay Jaipuria


M.D., M/s. Jaipuria Vastra Udyog

Sh. Lalit Thukral


Maharana of India

Sh. Anil Peshwari


Member, Meenu Creation

Sh. Nitin Kansal


Managing Director,
M/s Kansal Hosiery Exports

Ludhiana Cluster

Sh. Vikaram Jain


Convenor, M/s Vallabh Textile

Sh. S. P. Jain
Executive Director,
M/s Nahar Spinning Mills Ltd.

Sh. Komal Jain


General Manager,
M/s Duke Fashions India

Sh. S.K. Jain


Managing Director,
M/s Stanley Industries

Sh. Ajit Kr. Lakra


Managing Director,
M/s Superfine Knitters Ltd

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Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand States

Sh.Hari Kapoor
Vice-Chairman, Allied Exports Industries
Sh. B P Gupta
M.D., Shatabdi Synthetics

Sh. Vijaya Kumar B. Nirali


Project Director, Department of
Handloom & Textiles

Sh. R. Balaji
Director, ATDC, R.O.
Sh. Ravi Kishore Panuganty
Principal, ATDC Bangalore

Sh. Vinay Kumar Gupta


Properietor, Bunnex Overseas

Sh. B K Nanda
GM, UPSIDC

Kerala State

Sh. Lalit Thukral


M.D., Maharana of India

Sh. Pankaj Gupta


President,
Industries Association of Uttarakhand

Sh. Sharad Kapoor


M.D., MLK Exports

Sh. Vimal Tiwari


Partner, Kartikeye International

Ms. Allika Gupta


Principal, ATDC Kanpur

Sh.Mario D. Souza
M.D. M/sMccoy Clothing

Sh.Ravi Singhee
M.D. M/s Magnum Clothing Pvt. Ltd.

Sh.Ravee Malhotra
M.D. M/s Evolve Clothing Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Sh.Manav Goyal
Director, M/s Goyal Dresses

Sh. V. Nagarajan
Regional Manager (South)

Sh. Thomas T Olickal


M.D., Maryan Apparels

Sh. U.K Sajith Kumar M.D.,


The West Coast Weaving Establishment

WESTERN REGION

Sh. Krishna Kumar


J.M.D., KINFRA International
Apparel Park

Sh. Ashok G. Rajani


M/s Midas Touch Exports

Dr. Usha Umesh


M.D., Poojaa Garments

Sh. Permal H Udani


M/s Kay Tee Corp. Pvt. Ltd

Sh. Rakesh Ravi


GM, Texport Industries Pvt. Ltd

Sh. Ishwar Khilnani


M/s Friends & Associates

Smt. Telma John


Former President,
Kadinamkulam Grama Panchayth

Sh. Amit Goyal


M/s Sarju International

Sh. Prashant Agarwal


M/s Bombay Rayon Fashion Ltd

SOUTHERN REGION
Tirupur Cluster

Mumbai Cluster

Sh. G. Karthikeyan
Convener, M/s. General Textile
Industries

Sh. MM Hassan
Chairman, Janshree Mission

Sh. Pravin Agarwal


M/s Sonal Garments

Ms. Susha V.R.


Principal ATDC Thiruvananthapuram

Sh.A. Loganathan
Member, M/s. Geena Garments

Sh. Vijay Kumar Agarwal


M/s Creative Garments

Hyderabad Centre

Sh. Rishi K. Rajani


M/s Biharilal Fashions
Sh. Jacob Varghese
Principal, ATDC Mumbai

Sh. B.Shanmugasundaram
Member, M/s. RBR Garments Pvt Ltd.

Sh.T. Ethirajulu
Additional Director, M/s (H & T) Rtd.

Sh. P. Vidhya Prakash


Member, M/s. Styleman Textiles Pvt Ltd.

Mr. K. Madhukar Babu


Executive Director, M/s REEMAP

Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh States

Sh. C. Thangaraj
Member, M/s. Gold King Exports

Mr. D. Prashanth Kumar


Executive Director, M/s EGMM

Sh. K.M. Subramanian


Member, M/s.KM Knitwear

Sh. V. Elangovan
Member, M/s. SNQS International
Sh. D.G. Reddy
Sr. Director
Sh.R.Nagarajan
Principal, ATDC Tirupur

Karnataka State

Pro. K.C. Reddy


Chairman REEMAP, Vice- Chairman
REECAP

Sh. PD Sharma
GM (HR), M/s Pratibha Syntax Ltd.,
Indore

Sh. Shantipriya Doshi


President, Readymade Garment
Association, Indore

Sh. Suraj Surfare


Factory Manager,Texport Syndicate

Sh. Anoop Jain


MD, M/s Comfort Clothing, Indore

Ms. Anju Poddar

Sh. Vinay Kumar


Head Projects, RAMKY Foundation

Sh. Gaurav Gupta


Astt. Director, Office of Regional Textile
Commissioner, Indore

Sri. V. Raghupathy
Representative of Brandix, CEO, Brandix
India Apparel City Ltd.

Sh. Devendra Singh


MD, Chhatisgarh State Industrial Dev.
Corp, Raipur

Ms. G.Pramila Rani


Principal, ATDC-Hyderabad

Sh. Rahul Jain


Director,
SBT Textiles Pvt. LTD, Raipur

Ms.Hemangi Bhure
Principal, ATDC Raipur

Ms. Preity Sarva


Principal, ATDC Indore

Sh. Jagadish N Hinduja


Chairman, Gokaldas Images (P) Ltd

Sh. Rajiv S Goenka


Director, Go Go International Ltd.

Sh.A.S. Subramanian
Director, Gartex Insta Apparels

Sh. Ranjit Shah


M/s.P S Apparels (India)

Sh. Umesh Mishra


Director, M/s Texport Industries

Sh. Rajendra Hinduja


Gokaldas Export Warehousing
Corpn. Ltd

Sh. U.Sagayam, IAS


Special Officer & Managing Director,
Co-optex, Directorate of Handloom
& Textiles

Chennai (Guindy & Egmore) Centre

Chhindwara Centre

Sh. Chandrasekar Chhinaswamy


General Manager, M/s Shahi Exports

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Ms. Aradhana Sharma


Centre Head, NIIT

Sh. Ananta Pada Dash


Dy. Director, Textiles and Handlooms

Sh. Sankoch Katre


Centre Head, FDDI

Sh. Sawan Uperty


Centre Head, CII
Dr. Rajendra Mishra
Prof & HoD, Political Science,
Govt. P G College
Dr. Archana Mathew
Prof & HoD , Home Sceince, Rajmata
Sindhia Govt. Girls College
Repentative from the office of
Shri Kamal Nath
Honourable MP
Sh. Pravin Mehto
Vice-Principal, ATDC Chhindwara

Sh. Pramod Chaudhary

Sh. Niranjan Mohanty


Director, Magnum Apparels, President,
Utkal Chamber of Commerce

Sh. Bhogender Lal


Executive Director,
BIADA Govt. of Bihar

Sh. P K Samantray
President, Orissa Techno-Managerial
Yarn & Fabrics

Sh. Arjun Prasad


Asstt. Director,
Directorate of Handloom & Sericulture

Sh. Anjani Kumar Mishra


Principal, ATDC Patna

Sh. Lalatendu Mohapatra


PRO, I & PR Department

Sh. Amrendra Pratap Singh IAS


Secretary Industries, Govt. of Jharkhand

Ms. Lopamudra Das Ghosh


Principal, ATDC Bhubaneswar

Sh. Dhirendra Kumar IFS


Secretary Industries,
Govt. of Jharkhand

Sh. Amarjeet Singh


Secretary, JSSCDC, Ranchi

Sh. Parmod Kumar


Director, JP SPORTS, Ranchi

Sh. Areef Nadeem


Principal ATDC Ranchi

West Bengal & Other North East states

Sh. Anil Buchasia


Director, Amrit Exports

Sh. K.B. Agarwala


Managing Director, M/s.Rupa & Co. Ltd

Sh. Rajat Jaipuria


Director,
Rajlakshmi Cotton Mills Pvt. Ltd

Gujarat

President, Pratibha Fabrics Ltd

Sh. Nilesh G Joshi


President, Banswara Syntex Ltd.

Sh. N.M. Sambtani


Director, S.S.International

Sh. Mahendrabhai Patel


President, D.R.B Commerce College

Prof. Syed Samsul Alam


Vice Chancellor, Aliah University

Sh. Jayant Parikh


Director, M/s Vipul Fashions

Ms. Vandana Bhatacharya


Director, NIPC (National Institute of
Professional Courses)

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Sh. Praful B. Shah


Vice-Chairman, Surat Technical
Education & Research Society (The
Oldest Textiles of Surat)

Sh. Arunbhai N Jariwala


Director, Quality Silk Mills

Sh. S.D.Joshi
Principal, ATDC Surat

EASTERN REGION

Sh. O. Nabakishore Singh


Principal Secretary, Commerce &
Industry, Sericulture,
Chief Electoral officer,
Govt. of Manipur, New Secretariat

Shri M.N. Pradhan


Director, State Urban Development
Agency (SUDA)

Sh. B. John Tlangtinkhuma


IAS,Director,Commerce and Industry,
Govt. of Manipur, Lamphel

Sh. Ranjan Dasgupta


Additional Director, AEPC

Sh. Lulun Tonsing


M/s Salem House

Sh. Amitava Roy


SMART State Coordinator,
ATDC Kolkata

Ms. Memyo Ningombi


Design Consultant

Sh. Debashis Bagchi


Principal, ATDC Santoshpur

Dr. Radhesyam Oinam


M/s Network Services

Sh. L Lekher
IAS Commissioner,
Commerce & Industries
Govt. of Manipur

Sh. Arun Kumar


General Manager
DIC Imphal East

Sh. J. Dominic Mate


Principal Incharge,
ATDC Imphal

Bihar & Jharkhand States


Sh. Pradeep Tekriwal
Proprietor, M/s Puppet Enterprises

Ms. Sarita Chaudhary


Jt. Director, Industries Dept, Govt. of
Bihar

Sh. Bhogendar Lal


Executive Director, BIADA, Govt. of Bihar

Sh. Girish Kumar


Jt. Secretary. Forest Deptt. Govt. Of
Bihar

Odisha State

Sh. Surendra Kumar Patra


Dy. Director, Weavers Service Centre

Sh. Soni Vijay


Scientist C, Central Silk Board

Sh. Bijoy Das


MD, Five Star Garments

Imphal Centre

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MESSAGE
Chairman, AEPC, ATDC & IAM

ATDC has built a


unique position
as a quality
education &
training provider
for apparel
sector

Over 2 decades, ATDC has built a unique position as a quality education & training provider for
apparel sector especially the junior and middle level managers and supervisory cadre and in the
recent years has emerged as the largest Vocational Training Provider with a leading position in
the vocational education space. ATDC has set up over 200 ATDC Vocational Institutes/ATDC
Centres/ATDC Skill Camps and 3 Training of Trainer's Academy to address the current shortage
of talent and skill faced by apparel sector and also to improve the quality of training.
The apparel and textile value chain together provide the biggest employment opportunity in
India. It has the potential to absorb over 50 million workers over the next decade. ATDC, India's
largest vocational training network for the apparel sector understanding the estimated
requirement of 9-10 million people by 2022, is now expanding its reach from fibre to fashion
and concept to consumer by adding new need based training courses and product specialty
courses. We have been constantly striving to infuse a new dynamism to the entire value chain of
the apparel and textile sectors. With a plan to take the ATDC to another level in terms of quality
relevance, teaching and innovation, we moved toward the two key skill and education councils
of India; AICTE & DGET and reengineered the apparel-textile-fashion courses based on the
present demands of the industry. The setting up of two curricula committees by AICTE to begin
with and later by NCVT under the Chairmanship of DG & CEO, ATDC has only brought
recognition to ATDC but also provided an opportunity to align the ATDC Courses going forward
with MES of NCVT by transforming most of ATDCs as VTP and also with AICTE by moving for
registration of select ATDCs as SKP. ATDC has aligned with NCVT for both long-term and shortterm courses so that the courses are affordable to a large cross section of our society which
specifically requires gainful wage employment and opportunity for self employment and also
providing appropriate certification and employability.
The career prospects of students of ATDC Vocational Institutes will be very bright helping the
individuals and families to have a better quality life while helping the export & domestic apparel
manufacturing industries to scale new heights in the time to come.
Sh. Virender Uppal
Chairman, AEPC, ATDC & IAM

MESSAGE
Vice Chairman, ATDC
ATDC Vocational Training Network having presence in over 85 cities & 23 states across India and
having trained over 52,000 candidates in the year 2011-12 & 2012-13 through 27 Hubs, 28
Centres & 145 Skill Camps has surely contributed towards providing trained and highly skilled
manpower for the shop floor, supervisory and junior managerial levels in the domestic as well
as export manufacturing units in India. The pan-India network of 200 ATDC Vocational
Institutes/ATDC Centres/ATDC Skill Camps have developed a capacity to train about 40,00045,000 candidates in a year, providing 7-8 cycles of batches are mobilized on the ground. For
mobilizing support and gap financing ATDC entered into multiple collaborative partnerships
with Central/State Organizations, State Government and other agencies. ATDCs key initiative
and recognition of its courses by National Council of Vocational Training, DGET, GOI and AICTE is
certain to provide the learner with much needed financial assistance as well as proper
certification. The focus is not only on training in numbers but ensuring the quality of training
through improved infrastructure, technically qualified trainers, consistency in teaching through
Digital Contents, trainers'/trainees' manual etc.
I do believe that ATDCs role in providing trained workforce with the industry relevant and vetted
curricula and focused trainers certainly help in improving the competitiveness of the Indian
Apparel Industry apart from improving the socio-economic fabric of society.
Sh. Hari Kapoor
Vice Chairman, ATDC

ATDCs with the


industry relevant
and vetted
curricula ensures
quality training
through improved
infrastructure,
focused trainers
and use of Digital
Contents

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MESSAGE
Director General & CEO (ATDC & IAM)

ATDCs newly
developed long-term
training courses
address critical
knowledge and skillsets required for the
apparel sector, to
make the candidates
'Industry- Ready' right
from the start.

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ATDCs proactive efforts through SMART Fast-Track shopfloor work-force


training courses, setting-up of ATDC-SMART Training of Trainer's
Academies, setting-up of state-of-the-art infrastructure, introduction of
industry relevant technologies for training programmes, advanced
pedagogy, use of digital contents for blended learning and the ATDC-JUKI
Innovation Centre and a series of such initiatives over the past three years
or so have all played an important role in placing ATDC in the forefront
among Vocational Training Institutes in the country apart from providing
both shopfloor workforce and supervisory cadre personnel to the apparel
industry.
Having set up over 200 ATDC Vocational Institutes/Centres/Skills Camps
with a capacity to train over 45,000 candidates per year, in an effort to
standardise the knowledge and skills imparted to people being trained for
jobs in the apparel sector, ATDC has undertaken development of
standardized curricula/course contents. The 2 regulatory bodies of the
Government of India guiding the entire education and training sectorAICTE and DGE&T have approved the curricula document which attempt
to attract more youth towards the sector, apart from giving an impetus to
the upgradation of design and technology. The curricula approved by
AICTE and DGE&T were released by Dr. Kavuru Sambasiva Rao, Hon'ble
Union Minister of Textile and subsequently a special module for knitwear
training has also been prepared and released. In case of AICTE, the
streams for which the curricula have been developed are Fashion Design,
Textile Design, Apparel Manufacturing and Fashion Management with
both Skill & Knowledge content. As far as NCVT is concerned, the new
curricula have recast the earlier MES modules for Garment and Fashion
sector by incorporation of industry developments and employability
criteria. ATDCs newly developed long-term training courses address
critical knowledge and skill-sets required for the apparel sector, to make
the candidates 'Industry-Ready' right from the start. I am sure that the
ATDC Vocational Institute courses leading to Certificate Diploma and
Advance Diploma with dual certification of ATDC and NCVT and with full
backing of both export and domestic garment industries assure 100%
placement assistance to potential students. With well trained faculty
members, upgraded curricula and improved infrastructure, ATDCs are
accessible all across the country in metros, urban and semi-urban areas,
making it easy for desiring candidates to pursue education in a
comfortable manner in state-of-the-art infrastructure standards in
apparel education.
I earnestly suggest all the youth to look at the several positive aspects of
the growing apparel industry and join ATDCs to obtain the right skills and
qualifications to have a fruitful career in fashion, apparel and lifestyle
industry.

Dr. Darlie Koshy


Director General & CEO, ATDC & IAM

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

ADVANCE DIPLOMA COURSES


Apparel Manufacturing (GAR 901*)
Overview
Apparel Manufacturing is a one year extensive course that builds on
learning of the diploma course in Apparel Manufacturing Technology, by
strengthening and building on core specialization to shape competent
manpower at senior/middle level of the garment industry. The focus is on
greater exposure to the IT applications at various levels of garment
production in the apparel industry.
With emphasis on theoretical and applied training for specialization in
apparel production management, the students learn to acquire
innovative, comprehensive practical skills and techniques employed for
specialized computer and dedicated software applications in Apparel
Manufacturing applicable to the current demands of both export and the budding domestic garment industry.
The course has two contact learning semesters that provide in-depth learning in the core areas of Production Technology,
Productivity & Work Study, Quality Assurance & Systems, Textile Sourcing & Appreciation, CAD, Production Practical etc.
Industry Internships during both the semester adds on as an invaluable experience for students to interface between class
room teaching and practical hands on learning under the able guidance of Industry professionals and senior faculty.
Students learn through practicals, field work, research, presentations techniques, peer interaction and group work.
Furthermore continuous review by faculty, regulated group work and classroom discussion makes the learning more
meaningful and holistic.
Eligibility

Certificate in GAR 804

Duration

1 Year (2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Assistant Production Managers, Quality Managers, Industrial Engineers, Merchandisers,
Production Coordinators for Buying Houses etc.

Fashion Design (FAD 901*)


Overview
The one year advance diploma in Fashion Design enables students to
extend their abilities beyond the fundamentals of drawing skills, design
processes and advanced garment manufacturing techniques. The
students acquire skills required for fashion merchandising such as
forecasting, sourcing, fabric study, apparel production methods combined
with apparel industry knowledge. Designed to provide a balanced mix of
theory and practical knowledge tied up with several situations in the
fashion industry, the focus of the course is on realistic learning to develop a
deeper understanding of area of specialization through further research,
contextual studies, seminars and design projects.
The course has two semesters of contact teaching learning that will impart skills and techniques employed for specialized
applications in fashion design, product development and design management. The core subjects are Apparel Costing,
Portfolio Development, History of Fashion, Textile Sourcing & Appreciation, CAD and Advance Garment Construction.
Industry Internship during the semester will give students an invaluable experience to interface between design and
technicalities of production.
Eligibility

Certificate in FAD 801

Duration

1 Year ( 2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Fashion Merchandisers, Fashion Coordinators, Product Coordinators, Fashion Designers
* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

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DIPLOMA COURSES
Apparel Manufacturing Technology (Woven) (GAR 804*)
Overview
The one year diploma course in Apparel Manufacturing Technology aims to create
professionals with technical skills and knowledge required for manufacturing and
merchandising apparel related products. It aims to equip students with intensive
theoretical and applied training about the latest apparel industry concepts in the
core areas of production, merchandising, quality and technology for meaningful and
holistic learning.
The course has been structured to meet the requirements of the industry with a view
to help aspirants who would like to join the apparel industry as well as for working
professionals. It will inculcate in students the ability to appreciate the process of
apparel manufacture, its commercial feasibility and sensitivity towards buyer's
requirements to execute the product design and production processes effectively.
Eligibility

10 +2 pass or equivalent

Duration

1 Year (2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Production Executives/Supervisory Roles, Quality Controllers /


Executives, Industrial Engineers, Assistant Merchandiser

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Fashion Design Technology (FAD 801*)


Overview
Fashion Design Technology is a one year diploma course focused at
providing students with concepts and knowledge related to
fashion and apparel industry. It has been designed to equip
students with skills required to interpret designs and develop
merchandise according to specifications. They also study the
processes involved in the production of fashion garments and its
application to deliver commercially viable products.
The students acquire knowledge in the core areas of Fashion
Illustration, Textile Studies, Pattern Making, Garment
Construction and Apparel Merchandising. The course ensures that each student is able to identify different
markets/ buyers and work on their requirements in both export and domestic garment sector.
Eligibility

10 +2 pass or equivalent

Duration

1 Year ( 2 Academic semesters); 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Fashion Merchandisers, Fashion/Sampling Coordinators,


Assistant Merchandisers, Fashion Stylists

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Textile Design Technology (GAR 806*)


Overview
The one year diploma course in Textile Design Technology aims to
create professionals with advance knowledge and skills in textile
design and manufacturing. The course develops creativity and
innovation in designing textiles, especially in the area of wovens,
prints and embroidery used for high fashion garments and home
textiles. It aims to equip students with intensive theoretical and
applied training about the latest textile industry concepts in the
core areas of production, merchandising, quality and technology
for meaningful and holistic learning.
This course provides in depth knowledge of Textile Manufacturing, Dyeing & Printing, Art Appreciation,
Merchandising and Quality Assurance. It is amalgamation of design concepts with technical know-how to
inculcate in students the ability to understand and execute design into final product.
Eligibility

10 +2 pass or equivalent

Duration

1 Year (2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Textile Designer, Quality Controllers/Executives, Production Executives/


Supervisory Roles, Assistant Merchandiser

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Apparel Quality Assurance & Compliance (GAR 803*)


Overview
Apparel Quality Assurance & Compliance is a one year diploma
course that provides knowledge and skills to plan and manage
production activities and assure product quality. It will inculcate in
students the importance of quality, its application in the Apparel
industry and sensitivity towards buyer's specifications to execute
product development effectively.
The course caters to current industry objectives to follow
compliance codes that define standards of conduct, adherence to
local, national and international laws. The core areas of study
include: Apparel Production Technology, Quality Control, Code of Conduct, Inspection Systems and Work Ethics
& Social Compliance.
Eligibility

10 +2 pass or equivalent

Duration

01 Year (2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path

QA Auditor in Buying Houses, Technical Executive/Supervisor Buying and Manufacturing units,

Quality Controller in Buying and Manufacturing/ Exports, Factory Evaluator

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Apparel Pattern Making & CAD (GAR 805*)


Overview
The one year diploma course in Apparel Pattern Making & CAD
aims to equip and upgrade students and working professionals
with the latest techniques in pattern making. It is focused on a
strongly professional hands-on approach towards learning
traditional industrial prototyping techniques to be combined with
courses on specialized skills required by manufacturers with the
use of CAD software.
The course provides an opportunity to develop clothing through
design, technology and in the process students will be able to
recognize, evaluate & execute diverse draping styles, create original designs & patterns, improve fitting
techniques to interpret and execute specific silhouettes, styles and market trends using the latest technology in
pattern making, grading and marker-making. The core areas of study are Industrial Pattern Making, Garment
Construction, Apparel Production, Textile Studies, Grading & CAD.

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Eligibility

10 +2 pass or equivalent

Duration

1 Year ( 2 Academic Semesters) ; 1040 Training hrs

Career Path Pattern Makers for Fashion and Apparel Industry, CAD Incharge,
Sampling Room Coordinator, Quality Controller

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Certificate Courses
Apparel Pattern Making (Basic) (GAR 701*)
Overview
The six months certificate course in Apparel Pattern Making (Basic)
is especially designed to provide professional hands-on approach
towards learning traditional industrial prototyping techniques to be
combined with courses on specialized skills required to cater
current industry needs. It aims to equip and upgrade students and
working professionals with the latest concepts in patternmaking
and grading.
The course will instill in candidate the ability to appreciate the
process of apparel manufacture, its commercial feasibility and
sensitivity towards buyer's requirements to execute the product design and construct patterns based on the
basic spec sheet. The core areas of study are: Garment Construction, Pattern making, Apparel production and
Industrial Production Environment.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

6 Months; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path Asst. Pattern Masters, Quality Controllers in cutting department

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Apparel Production Supervision & Quality Control (GAR 703*)


Overview
Apparel Production Supervision & Quality Control is a six months
certificate course that provides advanced comprehensive skills and
techniques employed for a focused specialization in apparel
production management. It is designed to create understanding
basic concepts and principles in apparel production processes,
systems & machinery, quality assurance techniques also behavioral
processes in an organization.
The course will impart knowledge about importance of quality, its
application in the Apparel Industry and sensitivity towards buyer's
specifications for product development effectively. The curriculum is well structured and planned to provide
inputs on Apparel Production, Quality Control, Garment Construction, Industrial Engineering and Production
Planning.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

6 Months ; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path Production Supervisor, Quality Controller, Line Supervisor

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Apparel Manufacturing Technology (Knits) Foundation (GAR 702*)


Overview
The six month certificate course in Apparel Manufacturing
Technology (Knits) - Foundation is exclusively designed to provide
comprehensive knowledge in the field of knitwear manufacturing.
It is designed to impart understanding about basic concepts and
principles in knitwear production processes, systems & machinery,
quality assurance techniques also behavioral processes in an
organization.
With emphasis on theoretical and hands-on training for
specialization in knitwear manufacturing, the students learn
techniques on fabric handling and treatment during various processes of knitwear garment production. The
core areas of study are: Apparel Production, Pattern Making, Sewing Techniques and Textile Studies with focus
on knitwear.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

6 Months ; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path Assistant Production Controller, Line Supervisor, Technical Executive

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Apparel Manufacturing Technology (Knits) - Advance (GAR 902*)


Overview
Apparel Manufacturing Technology (Knits) - Advance is a six
months certificate course that delves further into the core
discipline areas of knitwear garment manufacturing with greater
emphasis on knitwear. The students develop a profound
understanding of knitwear manufacturing and knowledge of
accessories, processes & machinery involved in making these. It
covers the core areas like: Apparel Production, Textile Studies,
Quality Control, Garment Construction, Apparel Merchandising
and Pattern construction and development.
Eligibility

Certificate in GAR 702

Duration

6 Months ; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path

Production Executive, Quality Controller, Industrial Engineering Asssistant

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Apparel Export Merchandising (GAR 808*)


Overview
The course in Apparel Export Merchandising focuses on the technical skills and theory
required to merchandise and market fashion and textile related products throughout
each stage of the supply chain. It presents an intricate understanding and an application
of merchandising theories, principles and practices to achieve specialization in this
field.
This course gives an opportunity to examine the basic pricing factors used in buying and
merchandising decisions and presents the mathematical calculations needed to price in
stock merchandise, logistics and documentation. It also gives an insight into the
framework for supply chain management in terms of network structure, business
processes and management processes.
Eligibility

Graduate

Duration

6 Months ; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path Assistant Merchandiser, Fashion Merchandiser, Sourcing/ Product Manager

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Textile/Garment Testing & Quality Control (GAR 704*)


Overview
Textile Garment Testing & Quality Control is a six months certificate
course that provides advanced comprehensive skills and
techniques employed for a focused specialization in textile testing
and quality assurance. It is designed to create understanding basic
concepts and principles in the field of textile testing, apparel
production processes, garment inspection and quality assurance
techniques along with behavioral processes in an organization.
The course caters to the industry demands for high quality textile
testing to minimize risk and meet buyer's specifications to ensure
consumer satisfaction. The curriculum is well structured and planned to provide in depth knowledge on Textile
Testing Equipment & Techniques, Quality Assurance, Garment Inspection & Measurement and Industrial
Production Environment.
Eligibility

12th pass or equivalent

Duration

6 Months ; 520 Training Hrs

Career Path Quality Controllers/Executives, Production Executives/ Supervisory Roles,


Assistant Merchandiser
* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Garment Construction Techniques (GAR 601*)


Overview
This course imparts expertise for cutting & sewing a complete
garment as per local area demand. It focuses on technical
competencies like skill and knowledge so that the students
become employable in the apparel industry or are able to start
their own entrepreneurial activity. The course includes
introduction to sewing machine, sewing garment components and
its assembly to produce garments as per specified quality
standards. It also includes modules on pattern making and style
development.
8th Pass or equivalent

Eligibility

Duration

4 Months ; 410 Training Hrs

Career Path Self-Employment, Tailor/Operator

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Software Application in Pattern Making (GAR 602*)


Overview
This course is focused to provide hands on skill on industrial
pattern making, grading & marker making with the help of CAD
software. It uses an integrated pattern making software to create
and adapt designs for perfect fitting garments. The students will be
able to create their own blocks to build-up style library, modify and
adjust existing blocks and create fully professional collections.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

2 Months ; 220 Training Hrs

Career Path

Industrial Pattern makers, CAD Incharge, Technical Expert

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Software Application in Apparel Merchandising (FAD 702*)


Overview
This course is focused to impart inputs to plan & control the process
of garment making from sourcing of raw material till dispatch of the
merchandise. It covers principles of merchandising, inventory
management of fabrics & accessories with respect to details of
construction, costing, sourcing, data base of buyer's styles,
planning Time & Action schedule and follow up of the same. It also
gives an insight into the framework for supply chain management in
terms of network structure, business processes and management
processes
Eligibility

10+2 Pass or equivalent

Duration

2 Months ; 220 Training Hrs

Career Path Assistant Merchandiser, Fashion Merchandiser, Sourcing and Product Manager

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Software Application in Fashion Design (FAD 701*)


Overview
The course aims to impart inputs to interpret designs of fabrics &
garment styles and recreating the same using Reach Fashion Studio
Software. It enables students to create new designs and present
fabric details, sketches and color standards including all related
merchandising details. The course covers fashion illustration, 3 D
product visualization, texture mapping, colour reduction &
cleaning, design repeat, colour ways, colour communication and
spec creations of garment styles using Reach Fashion Studio
Software.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

2 Months ; 220 Training Hrs

Career Path Fashion Coordinators, Fashion Stylists

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Software Application in Textile Design (GAR 605*)


Overview
The course provides technical knowledge to create designs for weaving,
knitting, printing and embroidery applications using REACH Fashion
Studio Software. It enables students to create and translate their ideas,
themes, moods and concepts into real life outputs. The course covers
fashion illustration, 3 D product visualization, texture mapping, colour
reduction & cleaning, design repeat, colour ways, colour
communication, Digital Sample Yardage, Digital Textile Printing and
spec creations of garment styles.
Eligibility

10th Pass or equivalent

Duration

2 Months ; 220 Training Hrs

Career Path CAD Incharge, Technical Expert, Textile Designer

* Code for MES course leading to award of NCVT Certificate

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Team ATDC at National Head Office, Gurgaon


Dr. Darlie Koshy
Director General & CEO, ATDC & IAM
E-mail: dg@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659514
Shri G.D. Gaur
CGM & Senior Registrar
E-mail: gdgaur@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659502

Shri B.B. Grover


Sr. Registrar
bbgrover@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659527

Shri Gopal Bhasin


General Manager
gopal.bhasin@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659510

Dr. J.D. Bakshi


GM (SMART)
jdbakshi@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659506

Dr. Poonam Shankar


Registar, HR
poonamshankar@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659520

Ms. Gurpreet Kaur


Joint Registrar, Academics
gurpreetkaur@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659508

Ms. Nidhi Rawat


Sr. Deputy Registrar
nidhi_rawat@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659519

Ms. Neera Singh Parihar


Sr. Deputy Registrar
neerasingh_parihar@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659542

Ms. Roopali Shukla


Head TOT
roopalishukla@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659538

Ms. Manju Singh


Placement Coordinator
manjusingh@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659536

DG Secretariat
Shri. Sanjay Dudeja
Joint Director/ Dy. Secy., BOG, ATDC
sdudeja@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659515

Ms. Aanchal Prabhakar Jagga


Deputy Registrar&OSD in DGs Office
aanchal@atdcindia.co.in, Ph: 0124-4659528

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Admission Procedure
v

The training courses are open to both men and women from the age group of 14 years who possess the minimum
educational qualifications.

The admissions are scheduled twice in the calendar year i.e. January session and July session by advertising the
admission notice in Employment News and other leading national/local newspapers.

Candidates seeking admission shall fill up the complete details in the admission form provided in the prospectus or
download the application form from the ATDC website: www.atdcindia.co.in.

A candidate cannot claim admission merely by filling the application form and paying the application fee. If he/she
fulfills the eligibility criteria as per the prospectus, only then he/she shall be considered for admission during
counseling. So, candidates are advised to read eligibility and other conditions before filling the form.

The duly filled in application form along with attested copies of degree/certificates/mark sheets, along with fee as
applicable and four recent passport size photographs are to be submitted to the respected centre either directly or by
registered post.

ATDC does not take any responsibility for postal delay or loss in transit of the application form, demand draft,
withdrawal form or any other communication in this regard.

The original certificates and set of attested copies of the certificates are required to be produced at the time of
counseling.

Fee as applicable shall be paid only through Pay Order or Demand Draft drawn in favour of Apparel Training & Design
Centre, payable at the respective centre. Cash Payment shall not be entertained under any circumstances.

The fee prescribed is student's share after the fee support from NCVT/DGET under the SDIS scheme.

In case any student is not able to join the course, 10% administrative charges shall be deducted and the balance
amount will be refunded.

No refund of the fee will be made if the student has attended any class after registration.

If at any stage it is found that a candidate has concealed, suppressed or distorted any information/fact, in the
application form, his/her admission to the programme, if granted, shall stand cancelled. He/she will have no claim,
whatsoever, against the organization.

Every candidate is required to attend all the lectures, practical and other prescribed curricular and co-curricular
activities regularly. Student's attendance shall be maintained with the help of Bio-metric system.

Minimum 80% attendance is mandatory for appearing in the final assessment and award of Certificate/ Diploma/
Advance Diploma by ATDC and also for NCVT Certification.

FOR ADMISSION OF FOREIGN NATIONALS SAARC/NRI:


ATDC encourages overseas applicants belonging to SAARC/ NRI Category for undergoing various training courses offered at
the centres in the country. The admission requirements are as follows:
v

Candidate should fulfill the criteria of the definition of Foreign Nationals, SAARC/NRI as specified in the Income Tax
Act, 1961.

The candidate must submit the following documents along with the duly filled Application form:
o
Copy of the relevant pages of the passport duly attested by a Gazetted Officer
o
Proof of status of NRI/ SAARC/Foreign National (Attested Copy)
o
Valid residential permit or student visa for the prescribed duration of the programme.
o
Demand Draft of US $ 50 in favour of Apparel Training & Design Centre, payable at the centre concerned.

Upon the determination of the eligibility of the candidate, he/she will be permitted to appear for the written
examination.

After the verification of the requisite documents and the performance in the examination and interview, admission
shall be confirmed.

Foreign National SAARC/NRI candidate seats are available subject to fee structure in force.

The SDI scheme is applicable only to Indian National only. Foreign National will be admitted to ATDC courses paying
full ATDC course fee for award of ATDC certificate only

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ASSESSMENT
v

ATDC Examination will be conducted in the month of December/ January and July/ August every year for 6 months
and 1 year courses. For short term courses, the examination will be scheduled after the completion of the training.

NCVT Assessment: After course completion external assessment of candidate will be done by an independent body.
After the successful completion of the assessment, the candidate shall be awarded certification from NCVT.

CERTIFICATION
Course completion/ Merit certificates will be awarded to the trainees qualifying the courses. Dual certification in Advance
Diploma/ Diploma/ Certificate by ATDC and Certificate from NCVT will be awarded. NCVT certificate is nationally and
internationally recognized in Apparel sector. The certificates will be hallmark of competence in the relevant skills/ trades
and their holders will be engaged in the Apparel Industry of both export and the budding domestic garment industry to
add to prestige to the products through excellence in quality and higher productivity.

ATDC Certificates will be awarded by indicating the Grade as detailed below:Grade

% age of Marks

Grade

% age of Marks

A+

80% and above

70% to less than 80%

B+

60% to less than 70%

50% to less than 60%

40% to less than 50%

COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS
Sponsorship Support

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Recognizing its social responsibilities beyond business with the mission to address the issue of skill development ATDC is
adopting innovative models by collaborating with Apex organizations to create employment awareness especially for the
underprivileged and marginalized sections of the society. The partnerships with National Backward Classes Finance and
Development Corporation (NBCFDC), the National Scheduled Castes Finance Development Corporation (NSFDC), the
Nehru Yuva Kendra Sanghatan (NYKS), the National Safai Karamcharis Finance Development Corporation (NSKFDC) and
similar others have shown the way in reaching out to the youth, women and disadvantaged sections of the society, raising
bridge funds and meeting other post-training requirements. ATDC in the past two years, in collaboration with these Apex
Organizations provided free-of-cost training with stipendiary benefits to over 17,000 students belonging to weaker
sections of the society ensuring gainful employment as well as permanent livelihood earning capabilities with future
growth prospects.

Training Loan Scheme for SC Candidate


ATDC in collaboration with NSFDC also provides financial assistance in the form of loan scheme, Vocation Education and
Training Loan Scheme (VELTS) to Scheduled Caste youth belonging to marginalized sections of the society. The scheme
enables candidates having an annual family income below the Double poverty line to pursue Vocational Education and
Training courses and enhance their skills for gainful employment in the field of Apparel and Textiles.

INDUSTRY LINKAGES AND PLACEMENT


ATDC Addressing Employability
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.

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Industry Speaks
FOR SKILLED HUMAN RESOURCES

I REMEMBER HIRING FOUR ATDC

ATDC STUDENTS ARE DOING VERY

AT DIFFERENT LEVELS, THE

STUDENTS AS 'QUALITY CHECKERS'.

WELL IN THE INDUSTRY. I

APPAREL INDUSTRY DEPENDS A LOT

I WAS SURPRISED TO SEE THAT

REMEMBER HIRING SATISH KUMAR

ON ATDC. WE HAVE BEEN HIRING

WITHIN A FEW DAYS, THOSE

WHO HAD COME TO US AFTER

ATDC STUDENTS FOR THE LAST 8-

WORKERS BECAME BETTER THAN

COMPLETING A BASIC

10 YEARS. MOST OF OUR

THE EXPERIENCED WORKERS. THEY

MANUFACTURING COURSE FROM

SUGGESTED A NEW WAY OF

ATDC. HE IS NOW THE HEAD OF

CHECKING THE GARMENT WHICH

OUR TRAINING CENTRE AND LEADS

PROVED TO BE VERY EFFICIENT.

A TEAM OF THREE TRAINERS.

Vijay Jindal
Co-Promoter of SPL Industries

P.M.S. Uppal,
Managing Director
Pee Empro Exports

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS ARE FROM


ATDC,

Pramod Kumar Misra,


Senior Production Manager,
Pee Empro Exports

ATDC Leading Recruiters


v

Gaurav International, Gurgaon

v Victus Dyeing, Tirupur

Unitex Apparels, Bangalore

v BanswaraSyntex

Mohan Clothing (Blackberry), Gurgaon

v Horizon Apparel , Noida

Mahavir Spin Fab, Unnao (U.P)

v Surbhi Collection, Bhilwara

Sri Rajasthan Syntex, Rajasthan

v Eveline International, Ludhiana

Radnik Exports, Delhi NCR

v Neva Garments, Ludhiana

MLK Exports, Lucknow

v Modelama Exports, New Delhi

Evolv Clothing, Guindy

v Arvind Mills, Bangalore

Fine Fair India, Tirupur

v Orbit Corporation, Jodhpur

J R Garment, Dharmapuri

v Patternal Clothing, Nagpur

Social Welfare, Thiruvallur

v Equiplus Plus, Kanpur

Maheswari Ladies Garment, Rajasthan

v Sundram Apparels, Chittorgarh

Goyal Fashion, Jaipur

v Geena Garment, Tirupur

Shahi Exports

v PratibhaSyntex, Indore

Om Fab Creation, Ludhiana

v Orient Craft, Gurgaon & Noida

Bombay Rayon Fashion, Bangalore

v Tarus Clothing, Bangalore

Global Exports, Kanpur

v Gokaldas Exports, Bangalore

VasuClothing, Indore

v Neetee Clothing, Gurgaon

Kariwala Home Fashion Styles, Howrah

v Aryavart , Jaipur

Dinesh Kumar, Jaipur

v L .T Karle Exports, Bangalore

Pratham Exports, Jaipur

v Chelsea Mills, Gurgaon

Sliver spark apparels, Karnataka

v IFF Overseas, Indore

JR Garment, Tirupur

v Window of Bengal, Hooghly (Kolkata)

M.S Enterprises , Jaipur

v Uniworth Creation, Bhilwara

Flexituff, Indore

v Cheer Sager Exports, Jaipur

India Today Fashion, Jaipur

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ATDC Vocational Institutes Network...


S.NO.

ADDRESS

E-mail ID

CONTACT NO.

NORTHERN REGION
DELHI
1
ATDC-Okhla
A-223, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110020
2

okhla@atdcindia.co.in

011-45782242,
26814251

ATDC-Rohini
Ambedkar Bhawan, 6th Floor, Sector 16, Near G3SCinema,
Rohini, Delhi-110089

rohini@atdcindia.co.in

011-27573271,
27573272

ATDC-Dilshad Garden
Sanskar Ashram Complex, Dilshad Garden,
Opp. GTB Hospital,Delhi- 110093

dilshadgarden@atdcindia.co.in

011-22596636

ATDC-GURGAON
Paridhan Vikas Bhawan, Plot no. 50 P, Institutional Area,
Sec 44, Gurgaon - 122002, Haryana

gurgaon@atdcindia.co.in

0124-4085932
0124-4659532

ATDC-Mewat
"Community Centre MDA, Kherdla, Delhi-Alwar Road,
(Near Petrol Pump), Nuh Mewat, Haryana

mewat@atdcindia.co.in

01267-271042

ATDC-Bhiwani
Paluwas, Behind New Bus Stand, Bhiwani-127021, Haryana

bhiwani@atdcindia.co.in

01664-214587

ATDC-Faridabad
Plot no. 21, Sector-20-B, Faridabad-121001

faridabad@atdcindia.co.in

0129-6523332,
6524448

ATDC-Ballabh Garh
Panchayat Bhawan , (Guest House Portion), Ballabh Garh Faridabad

faridabad@atdcindia.co.in

0129-4068572

noida@atdcindia.co.in

0120-24110437,
24110438

kanpur@atdcindia.co.in

0512-2410225

kanpur@atdcindia.co.in

9956311223

ludhiana@atdcindia.co.in

0161-2402605

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

0141-2750706

ATDC-Jodhpur
C-12, Basni Industrial Area Phase- ll, Near Basni Railway Station Jodhpur

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

9602347724

ATDC-Sitapura
CFC Building SEZll EPIP zone Sitapura Industrial Area Jaipur

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

9414221481

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

9636437188,
8946963841

HARYANA
4

6
7

23

UTTAR PRADESH
9

10

11

ATDC-Noida
A-15, Sector-24, Opp. Somerville School, Noida -201301
ATDC-Kanpur
Apparel Park, UPSIDC, Administrative Block, 1stFloor,
Road No. 14, Rooma, Kanpur-208007
ATDC-Barabanki
Regional Shri Gandhi Ashram Campus, Lucknow Road Barabanki, U.P.

PUNJAB
12

ATDC-Ludhiana
B-XX-2597/570, Noble Enclave, 2 nd Floor,Bhaiwala Chowk,
Ferozpur Road, Ludhiana-141001

RAJASTHAN
13

14
15
16

ATDC-Jaipur
Malviya Nagar Jaipur- SP 191 Malviya
Industrial Area Near Apex Circle Jaipur 302017

ATDC-Churu
RIICO, Road No. 5, Village-Gajsar Near Hanumangarhi Temple in front
of Pathya Pustak mandal Churu

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

S.NO.

ADDRESS

E-mail ID

CONTACT NO.

17

ATDC-Udaipur
Patdia Bhawan Behind Hotel Rajkamal Bhuwana Sukher Udaipur

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

08003368000

18

ATDC-Chittorgarh
Mewar University Campus, Gangrar, chhittorgarh

jaipur@atdcindia.co.in

07665450684

SOUTHERN REGION
TAMIL NADU
19

20
21

22

23
24

25

24

26

27

28
29

ATDC-Chennai, Guindy
No. 18-23, 2nd Floor, Readymade Garment Complex,
Thiru. Vi.Ka. Industrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai-600032, Tamil Nadu

chennaig@atdcindia.co.in

044-22500121

dharmapuri@atdcindia.co.in

043-42244246

ATDC-Parambalur
Poomalai Shopping Complex,Taluk Office Road, Near Old Bus Stand,
Perambalur- 621212 Tamilnadu

parambalur@atdcindia.co.in

04328-278484

ATDC-Paramakudi
The Weavers Co-operative, Society Building, Jeeva Nagar,
Emaneshwaram, Paramakudi-623701 Tamilnadu

paramakudi@atdcindia.co.in

045-64226224

erode@atdcindia.co.in

042-42271011

ATDC-Salem
162/5/142, Society Dye House Building-1st Floor,
Kamraj Nagar Colony, Salem-636014, Tamilnadu

salem@atdcindia.co.in

042-72241222

ATDC-Chennai, Egmore
350, Pantheon Road, Co-Optex Campus, Egmore,
Chennai 600 008 Tamil Nadu

chennaie@atdcindia.co.in

044-42656157

ATDC- Tirupur
AEPC Building, #3, 3rd Street (Off Avinashi Road)
Indra Nagar, Tirupur-641603, Tamil Nadu

tirupur@atdcindia.co.in

0421-2232614

ATDC - ARIYALUR
Raja Sathapakkiam College Campus, Thularangkuruchi Panchayat,
Jeyankondam, Ariyalur District.

ariyalur@atdcindia.co.in

04331-290665

madurai@atdcindia.co.in

0452-2093800

karaikudi@atdcindia.co.in

04565-220448

bangalore@atdcindia.co.in

080-41283829

ramnagar@atdcindia.co.in

080-27273778

ATDC Maddur
TAPCMS Complex, (Near Syndicate Bank) Old B.M.Road, Maddur
Mandya District,

maddur@atdcindia.co.in

08232 - 232550

ATDC Tumkur
Artisan Training Institute Complex, Siddha Ramanna Hostel Compound
(Opp.to KSRTC Bus Stand) Ashoka Road, Tumkur-572 104

tumkur@atdcindia.co.in

0816-2251618

kolar@atdcindia.co.in

08152-220222

ATDC Chikkaballapur
Artisan Training Institute Complex, (Next to Vokkaligara Kalyana
Mantapa) Behind District Industries Centre, B.B.Road, Chikkaballapur

chikkaballpur@atdcindia.co.in

08156-274122

ATDC Hubli
Artisan Training Institute Complex, Behind Canara Hotel
Hosur, Hubli - 580 021 Dharwad District

hubli@atdcindia.co.in

0836-2271137

ATDC-Dharmapuri
Union Office Campus, Nallampalli, Dharmapuri District, Tamil Nadu

ATDC-Erode
NO-24, Pari Street, Teachers Colony Erode-638011

ATDC - MADURAI
Plot no 85, Women Industrial Estate Kappalur, Madurai-625008
ATDC - KARAIKUDI
APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE, The Government ITI, Amaravathy
Pudur, Karaikudi, Sivagangai District, Tamil Nadu - 630005

KARNATKA
30

31
32

33

34
35

36

ATDC Bengaluru
No.17-G,40th Main, 2nd Stage, Industrial Suburb, Yeshwantpur
Bangalore-560 022
ATDC Ramnagar
CMC Complex, 3rd Floor, Old B.M.Road, Ramanagar - 571 511

ATDC Kolar
SGSY Marketing Complex, D.C.Office Road, Kolar-563 101

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

S.NO.

37

38

39

40

41

ADDRESS

E-mail ID

ATDC Gadag
Shed.No.50-53, KSPDC Powerloom Park Narasapur, Gadag- Betgeri
Gadag-582 101

gadag@atdcindia.co.in

CONTACT NO.

08372- 218602

ATDC Malleswaram
Gokale Hall, 1st Floor, East Park Road, 11th Cross, (Next to Vidya Mandir malleswaram@atdcindia.co.in
School) Behind Malleswaram Market, Malleswaram, Bangalore-560 003

080-23462500

ATDC Adugodi
Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Bhavan, Opp.Anjaneya Temple, 3rd Cross, Adugodi
Bangalore - 560030

adugodi@atdcindia.co.in

080-25711080

ATDC Chinthamani
(Next to DIC Extension Office), Anjeneya Extn., Filter Bed Road, Opp.to
News Editor Office, Chinthamani Town, 563125 Chikkaballapur District

chinthamani@atdcindia.co.in

08154-255017

ATDC Nagarabhavi
Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Bhavan 8th cross, SBI Bank Road, Nargarabhavi,
W.No.128 Arundanthi Nagar, Chandra Layout Vijayanagar, Bangalore

nagarabhavi@atdcindia.co.in

ANDHRA PRADESH
42

ATDC-Hyderabad
Survey No. 64, Near Cyber Towers, Opp. Birla Soft,
Madhapur, Hyderabad-500081

hyderabad@atdcindia.co.in

040-23112155,
23112156

ATDC-Pamidi
Textile Training Park, Beside MPDO Office. Pamidi,
Anantapur district, (A.P)-515575

pamidi@atdcindia.co.in

9866477147

ATDC- Thiruvananthapuram
KINFRA International Apparel Park, St. Xaviers College PO,
Thumba, Thiruvananthapuram-695586

thiruvananthapuram @
atdcindia.co.in

0471-2706922

45

ATDC-Kochi
c/o M/s Falcon Infrastructure (P) LTD, Puthiya Road Junction,
PB No.420, Udhyog Mandal P.O, Cochin

kochi@atdcindia.co.in

8281513452

46

ATDC- Kannur
ATDC Vocational Institute, KINFRA Textile Centre- Kannur,
Nadukani, Pallivayal P.O, Thaliparamba, Kannur- 670142

kannur@atdcindia.co.in

0490-2360263,
3209889, 9746394616

43

KERALA
44

25

WESTERN REGION
GUJARAT
47
48

49

50

51

52

53

54

ATDC-Surat
7th Floor, Resham Bhawan, Lal Darwaja, Surat, Gujrat-395003

surat@atdcindia.co.in

0261-6457712

ATDC-Godhra
2nd floor Santosh Apartment Baithak Mandir Nr Gyandeep Kanya
Vidhalayapith Opposite Dr Jeevan Lal Hospital Godhara, District. Panchal

surat@atdcindia.co.in

9824373600

ATDC- Ahmedabad
Tatanagar Meghaninagar Road Opposite
Government colony nr. Old DIG office, Madhya Pradesh

surat@atdcindia.co.in

8401574591

ATDC-Indore
Corporate Block, Readymade Garment Complex,
Pardeshipura, Indore, M.P.-4052003

indore@atdcindia.co.in

0731-2571400

ATDC-Dewas
11-Ramnagar, Above Allahabad Bank, AB Road,
Opposite Vishal Mege Mart. Dewas (M.P.)

dewas@atdcindia.co.in

0727-2250276

ATDC- Chhindwara
"Vastra Vikas Bhavan" Near Air Strip, Imlikhera Chowk,
Betul Road, Chhindwara (M.P.)

chhindwara@atdcindia.co.in

0716-2292240

ATDC-Bhopal
27-B, New Ashoka Garden, 2nd Floor, Above Indian Bank,
Swami Vivekanand Chowk, near Prabhat Square, Bhopal- 462023 (MP)

bhopal@atdcindia.co.in

0755-4260055

ATDC-Amarwara
Plot no-18, Vardhman House, opp. Hero Honda Showroom
Chindwara road, Amarwara, Pin-481221

bhopal@atdcindia.co.in

0851-9082349

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

S.NO.

55

56

57

ADDRESS

E-mail ID

CONTACT NO.

ATDC-Raipur
CSIDC Commercial Complex, III Floor, Mahadev Ghat Road,
Raipura Chowk, Raipur - 492013, (CG),

raipur@atdcindia.co.in

0771-2322052

ATDC-Bhilai
CSIDC Testing Lab. 2nd Floor Nandini Road,
Chawney Chowk Bhilai-490026 (CG)

bhilai@atdcindia.co.in

9770108666

rajnandgaon@atdcindia.co.in

0774-4291605

Mumbai@atdcindia.co.in

022-65551407

nagpur@atdcindia.co.in

09770108666

nasik@atdcindia.co.in

09819419687

ATDC- Bhubaneswar
A/33, Rasulgarh Industrial Estate,Bhubaneswar-751010

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

0674-2549537

ATDC- Baripada
PC ITI,Station Bazar Baripada Mayurbhanj, Orrisa- 757001

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

0679-2255650

ATDC-Berhampur
Women Polytechnic (Behind Uma Charan Pattanayak
Engineering School), Berhampur, Ganjam-760010

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

0680-2292816

ATDC-Cuttak
RI Building (East Block) , Institute of Textile Technology,
Ground Floor Choudwar Chuttak- 754025

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

09938744986

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

0661-2641499

bhubaneswar@atdcindia.co.in

0663-2410354

patna@atdcindia.co.in

0612-2675436

ranchi@atdcindia.co.in

0651-6571796
2460580

ATDC-Kolkata
Plot No. 3B, Block LA, Sector-III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata, West Bengal

kolkata@atdcindia.co.in

033-23359994

ATDC-Murshidabad
Panchanantala, Murshidabad Zilla Parishad (State Filature)
P.O. Berhampor; Dist-Murshidabad West Begal-742101

kolkata@atdcindia.co.in

03482-260995

ATDC-Santoshpur
Modern Integrated Readymade Garment Complex,
Santoshpur Industrial Area, Kalinagar, Santoshpur, Kolkata 700066

santoshpur@atdcindia.co.in

033-64504426

ATDC-Rajnandgaon
Gram Gathula, Rajnandgaon-491441 (CG)

MAHARASHTRA
58

59

60

ATDC-Mumbai
F-201, Sanpada Railway Station Complex Building, 2nd Floor,
Sanpada, Navi Mumbai-400705, Maharashtra
ATDC-Nagpur
Plot No, 13, Somlarva Bhawan, Near - UCO Bank,
Mount Road Extension, Sadar Chowk, Nagpur-440010
ATDC-Nasik
Plot No. 56,Rahulwadi, M.Fuler Nagar, Pethroad, Panchwati, Nasik
Sifting soon in Ravivar Karanjaya, II Floor, Yashwant Mandai,
Ravivar Karanjaya (R.K), Nashik

EASTERN REGION
ODISHA
61
62

26

63

64

65

66

ATDC-Rourkela
Ispat Lower Secondary School, Sec. 8, Behind D- Type Market,
Rourkela- 769009
ATDC-Sambalpur
At Major Settlement Ofiice, Jail Chock, Sambalpur-768001

BIHAR
67

ATDC-Patna
Udyog Bhawan, Ground Floor, East of Gandhi Maidan, Patna-1
Sifting soon in "smart Bhawan, Plot No.- E 5 , Near Pani Tanki,
Patliputra Industrial Area, Patna-13

JHARKHAND
68

ATDC- Ranchi
RIADA Bhawan, Ground Floor, Lowadih Namkum,Ranchi-834010

WEST BENGAL
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70

71

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ATDC- Jalpaiguri
PETC Building, 2nd floor, Shivaji Road, Hakimpara, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal jalpaiguri@atdcindia.co.in

03561-225019

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Alumni Speaks
Ms Mallika Dey, Diploma in Apparel Manufacturing Technology from ATDC
Kolkata
I feel the kind of exposure I got from ATDC is phenomenal, which is not only limited to the
boundaries of academics but much beyond that. ATDC provided me the best technical and
practical skills. The faculty and the experts from the industry contributed positively to the
learning at ATDC. After the completion of my course I got campus placement and currently I'm
working with Sabyasachi as Production Assistant. I'm grateful to ATDC for their invaluable
support.

Mr.Bhargav Joshi & Mr.Chintan Makwana, Certificate in Apparel


Pattern Making from ATDC Surat
After we completed our course at ATDC Surat, we decided to start off with our own
venture. ATDC not only imparted us the technical knowledge but also supported us with
this dream of ours. The faculty guided us all through in setting up our enterprise, Shree
Maruti Creation. Thanks to ATDC we are successfully running our unit since two years
now and cater to the needs of domestic market with our product specialization in kurtis
and sarees.

Mr. Ravikant Sekhar, Advance Diploma in Fashion Design from ATDC Patna
I was from a financially weak background and had lack of self-confidence,and then my friend
told me about ATDC. Here I explored a variety of subjects while gaining in-depth theoretical and
practical understanding. The faculty always gave me immense opportunity to learn, grow and
experiment with my creativity. While I was pursuing my final semester, I got selected during
campus placement by a Bahrain based company, Must Garments. I would like to show my
gratitude to all my mentors at ATDC for providing a rock solid foundation for my career.

Mr. Kamal Arora, Diploma in Apparel Manufacturing Technology from ATDC


Okhla
I will always be grateful to ATDC, my alma mater, for guiding and inspiring me to achieve great
heights. Like any other ordinary student, I was willing to do some course which would help me
earn for my family. I had absolutely no idea about the Apparel industry. But, the exposure I got
here was not only limited to the confines of theoretical teaching instead industry relevant
practical exposure. After completing my course I was appointed by Orient Craft, through campus
selection as Process Control Auditor. The concept, rational and logical thinking developed during
the course is helping me perform confidently on projects and assignments I am a part of.

Ms Deepika, Certificate in Production Supervision & Quality Control from


ATDC Rohini
At ATDC apart from the classroom teaching, I had the opportunity to go on field trips which really
boosted my confidence. The interaction sessions with experts from the industry also helped me
to understand the current market situation and trends. I feel proud to say that it was only
because of the learning and guidance that I received at ATDC I could get placed through campus
recruitments at Cottin Fab, Rohini as a Sampling Coordinator.

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APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

Rules & Regulations


Students are held responsible for their conduct and discipline during their classes at ATDC

28

A student is required to have a minimum 80% attendance for every course in each semester to be
allowed to appear in the final assessment.

In case a student requires leave, he/she must seek prior approval of the competent authority.

All students will be issued identity cards at the commencement of their course. Students must carry this
identity card with them to the institute every day. Loss of identity card should be reported to the
Academic Coordinator/ Principal.

Students are advised to read the notice board every day for information on Time Table, Assessment,
Industry visits and Projects etc.

Use of mobile phones in the classrooms, during the lecture, while working in the Labs or during
examination is strictly prohibited. In case a student is found using a cell phone in the above defined
areas, the same shall be confiscated and suitable fine levied.

Students are instructed to leave the institute when there are no classes.

Student must help maintain cleanliness in the institute. Defacing institute property shall invite a
suitable fine.

Eatables/Beverages are not allowed inside the institute study areas i.e. classrooms, labs or library etc.

No guests/visitors shall be allowed with the students in the institute premises.

Disciplinary action shall be taken against any student found violating the rules of the institute or
indulging in any of the following activities :
i.

Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited within the institute premises or any other part of Institute
system as well as on public transport.

ii.

Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be
dealt with under orders of Supreme Court of India.

iii. Sexual, racial harassment, physical assault or threat to use physical force against any student or
member of the staff of the institute will invite disciplinary action.
iv.

Consumption of drugs, alcohol, tobacco or any other activity which is construed as a societal
offense at large

v.

Use of abusive language and creating nuisance in the college premises, disturbing the peace and
independent rights of fellow students and faculty members

vi. Stealing or damaging materials, machines, books, periodicals etc. maintained in the labs or any
other department of the institute. In case of any damage or items missing, the concerned student
shall be held responsible for the same and has to pay the damages.
vii. Indulging in demeaning activities with outsiders on behalf of the institute.
viii. Malpractice and use of unfair means such as copying during the assessment.

APPAREL TRAINING & DESIGN CENTRE

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Industry Relevant Courses certified by National Council of Vocational


Training (NCVT), Directorate General of Employment &Training, Govt. of
India and AICTE

Training fee support from Apex Organisation/ DGET/MoT

Loan Scheme for SC Candidate

Placement assistance of Member Garment Exporters of AEPC

Well-furnished Classrooms and State-of-Art simulated Labs equipped with


latest machinery

Contemporary Curricula and High- quality Training using standard audiovisual Digital Contents

Hands on teaching with practical exposure to industry realities and


opportunities

Essential Soft Skills Modules in all courses in 6 vernaculars Strong IndustryAcademic Interface through Internships and Field Trips

Strong Industry-Academic Interface through Internships and Field Trips

AN ATDC TRAINING PROJECT


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Apparel Training & Design Centre, National Head Office :

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