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Indian garment industry to get 2 Mn ‘trained’ employees by 2022

To provide employees aced in managerial, supervising and technical skills, Apparel, Made-Ups and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council (AMHSSC) will train 2 million employees by 2022.

This was underlined by KP Krishnan, Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), who was in the national capital to inaugurate AMHSSC’s Center of Excellence (CoE).

These centre would basically be involved in research work on apparel manufacturing technology and would be conducting short-term management development programmes (MDPs) and supervisory development programmes (SDPs) for the managerial and supervisory resources in apparel manufacturing units for productivity enhancement.

“Skill India focuses on the scale of skilling, quality and employability, and aspirations for acquiring skills. With the state-of-art facility, the CoEs will focus on training the existing employees on those grounds,” he added.

The professed benefits to the garment industry in Indian would be plummeting cost, mounting efficiency, dipping risk, aptitude management, offshoring and career progression.

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