Apparel Training Design Centre Skill Development for Employment

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Apparel Training & Design Centre Skill Development for Employment & Entrepreneurship in Textile -Apparel

Apparel Training & Design Centre Skill Development for Employment & Entrepreneurship in Textile -Apparel Value Chain Presentation by -Team ATDC INDIA-

Contents Flow 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 About Apparel Training

Contents Flow 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 About Apparel Training & Design Centre Objectives ATDC Leadership AEPC & Significance of Apparel Industry Academic Programmes (NSQF Level-1 to level-7) ATDC- State Skill Development Missions CSR-Sponsorsed Training Programmes National Mobilisation & Placement Cell ATDC in State of Jharkhand

ATDC: Leadership Shri H. K. L Magu Chairman AEPC & ATDC Shri Rakesh Vaid

ATDC: Leadership Shri H. K. L Magu Chairman AEPC & ATDC Shri Rakesh Vaid Sr. Vice Chairman , ATDC Shri G. S. Madan Vice Chairman , ATDC Dr. (Prof. ) Darlie Koshy DG & CEO, ATDC

ATDC: About AEPC the Parent body of ATDC About: Apparel Export Promotion Council •

ATDC: About AEPC the Parent body of ATDC About: Apparel Export Promotion Council • Incorporated in 1978 • Catalysed & organised the garment export trade from Rs. 335 Cr in 1979 to over Rs. 1, 17, 000 Cr in 2016 17 • 8390 members (Merchant exporters 33%, Manufacturer Exporters 64%, Merchant cum Manufacturers 3%) • Exports turnover of 80% members are in the range of 1 to Rs. 10 (SME Units are over 80%)

ATDC: Significance of Apparel Sector “Farm-Fibre-Fabric-Foreign” Hon’ble Prime Minister of India • Feeds the

ATDC: Significance of Apparel Sector “Farm-Fibre-Fabric-Foreign” Hon’ble Prime Minister of India • Feeds the entire textile value chain employing over 35 mn workers directly 75% raw material used is Cotton supporting farmers directly • One of the Top SME sectors and huge employment generator for the Economy. • Apparel sector does 95% domestic value addition. The import component is minimal. • Apparel Exports have the potential to grow at CAGR 20 25% each year (high net value realisation) with more proactive government support. World Apparel Exports US $ 465 Billions • India Exported US $ 17 -18 Billion • China US $ 175 Biliion (now US $158 Billion in 2016) • • RIL 110 Billion in Assets and 250, 000 employees • Shahi Export s Largest Apparel Exporter worth US $ 185 Million assets. Employs 106, 000 workers. For US $ 2. 2 Million Assets employs 1, 260 workers. Each worker earns Rs. 15, 000/ and 60% of Shahi Exports Employee s are women. Shahi Exports creates 252 times the job created by other manufacturing industries. (with same level of investment) Source: Article By Arvind Panagariya (Professor, Columbia University, US)

AEPC & Significance of a Apparel Industry APPAREL INDUSTRY: NATION’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKBONE Employment in

AEPC & Significance of a Apparel Industry APPAREL INDUSTRY: NATION’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKBONE Employment in the Sector • Apparel Sector is the largest employment provider after agriculture. • Garment Sector directly employs 12. 90 million workers and expected to add 13 million more by 2022. • Apparel sector creates mores jobs/investment as compared to other manufacturing industries. • Apparel sector provides employment to farm labour – migrants. Women Employment � 65% to 70% workforce is women. Majority of them are from the weaker sections of society. � Over Rs. 26000 Cr (22% of total garment exports) is disbursed to workers per year as wages. � Over Rs. 17000 Cr (65% of wages) is the component of wages per year to just women workers

ATDC: About AEPC Garment Export Performance – Snapshot (2017 -18) India's All Commodity, Textiles

ATDC: About AEPC Garment Export Performance – Snapshot (2017 -18) India's All Commodity, Textiles & Clothing Exports to world Exports in USD Mn. Share in % % Change 2015 -16 2017 -18/2016 -17 2015 -16 2016 -17 2017 -18 262290. 1 275851. 7 303376. 2 10. 0 36726. 7 36477. 4 36737. 9 Clothing 16990 17388. 4 Textile (Excluding Clothing) 19737. 2 19089. 1 All Commodity T&C 2016 -17 2017 -18 100. 0 0. 7 14. 0 13. 2 12. 1 16721. 6 -3. 8 6. 5 6. 3 5. 5 20016. 4 4. 9 7. 5 6. 9 6. 6 Source: DGCI&S, Kolkata, 2018 • US$ 16721. 6 mn. in 2017 -18 • Dollar term decline of -3. 8%

ATDC: About AEPC Global RMG Supplier - India's Major Direct Competitors S. No. 1

ATDC: About AEPC Global RMG Supplier - India's Major Direct Competitors S. No. 1 2 3 6 7 10 Global RMG Exporter – India’s major direct competitors Exports in USD Bn. % Change Exporters 2015 2016 2017 2015 World 438. 8 431. 2 453. 4 5. 2 100. 0 China 162. 2 146. 5 145. 2 -0. 9 37. 0 Bangladesh 26. 5 32. 6 34. 4 5. 3 6. 0 Viet Nam 21. 4 22. 4 27. 2 21. 4 4. 9 India 17. 1 17. 0 17. 3 2. 2 3. 9 Turkey 14. 8 0. 2 3. 4 Cambodia 5. 9 6. 6 11. 2 69. 2 1. 3 Source: UN Comtrade, 2018 • India share in in Global trade is 3. 8% • Cambodia has shown a huge growth of 69. 2& in 2017 % Share 2016 100. 0 34. 0 7. 6 5. 2 3. 9 3. 4 1. 5 2017 100. 0 32. 0 7. 6 6. 0 3. 8 3. 3 2. 5

About: Apparel Training & Design Centre • ATDC is the largest quality Vocational Training

About: Apparel Training & Design Centre • ATDC is the largest quality Vocational Training Provider (VTP) dedicated to the Apparel Sector under the aegis of AEPC • Registered as a Society under Societies Act in 1996 • ATDC has been approved as a Nodal Agency by Mo. T, Go. I in the year 2010 for implementing ‘Integrated Skill Development Scheme(ISDS)’ of the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. • ATDC works along with various Central Govt. Agencies and State Governments in 24 states across India • In the last decade over 3, 000 candidates have been trained under ATDC DG & CEO, ATDC Receiving Achievers Award for ATDC- 2018 • ATDC Pan India network of about 200 centres spread over 24 States with successful placements of about 73% wage placements.

ATDC: Objectives OBJECTIVES • Provide skilled and well trained industry-ready human resources to the

ATDC: Objectives OBJECTIVES • Provide skilled and well trained industry-ready human resources to the textile apparel sectors in order to improve the tech nical edge in apparel manu facturingas per international benchmarks. • Generate employment opportunities for weaker sections of the society by providing them training in the field of apparel making and allied areas • Upgrade the technical skills of human resources to improve quality, productivity, efficiency levels of the Industry • Prepare the industry for industry revolution 4. 0 by introducing change management courses through ATDC IAM CE Programme Initiatives

ATDC: Vocational & Skill Training Programmes ATDC’s Step-ladder Eco-System for Vocational Training in T&

ATDC: Vocational & Skill Training Programmes ATDC’s Step-ladder Eco-System for Vocational Training in T& A Value Chain 270 -400 Hrs of Training 400 -1040 Hrs of Training New Thrust Area ATDC SMART 45, 000 -50, 000 Candidates being Trained per annum Monthly Wages : Rs 6, 500 -12, 000/- NSQF Level 01 -03 Upto 3 4 months Approved by NSDC, MSDE as per common norms ATDC AVI 6000 - 7500 Candidates being Trained per annum Monthly Wages : Rs 12, 000 -18, 000/- NSQF Level 04 -05 From 4 months to 1 year 65 VTPs / 56 TP approved by NSDC, MSDE approved by DGT (Ministry of Skill Development) 1800 -3000 Hrs of Training New Thrust Area ATDC B. VOC 400 -500 Candidates being Trained per annum Monthly Wages : Rs 18, 000 -25, 000/- NSQF Level 05 -07 Degree Programmes with RGNYID under Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports 30 ATDC SKPs approved by AICTE for B. Voc. Degrees Upward Mobility Program ATDC IAM CE Program Value Added Skill Upgradation for Higher salaries: NSQF Level 08 -09 ‘ Lifelong Learning” & “Upskill, Upgrade”

ATDC: PAN India Presence National Vocational Training Provider with about 200 Centres Pan- India,

ATDC: PAN India Presence National Vocational Training Provider with about 200 Centres Pan- India, dedicated to Apparel Sector Socio Economic Profile of Candidates

ATDC: AVI Programmes (NSQF Level 3 -5) Longer Duration Certificate Programmes 65 ATDC Vocational

ATDC: AVI Programmes (NSQF Level 3 -5) Longer Duration Certificate Programmes 65 ATDC Vocational Institutes (AVI) impart longer duration courses aligned with Nation al Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) level 4 to 7 as per Common Norms prescribed by the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). ATDC: AVI PROGRAMMES Skill Level 3 to 5

ATDC: TOT Programmes Training of Trainer Academies The Training of Trainers Academy (ATDC To.

ATDC: TOT Programmes Training of Trainer Academies The Training of Trainers Academy (ATDC To. T Acad emy) is an ATDC initiative with the key objective to upgrade the Knowledge Base and Skill Levels of ATDC Faculty Resources and Industry Personnel in the Apparel Industry while providing better quality trainers/supervisors for industry. Sri H K L Magu, Honourable Chairman ATDC (&AEPC) and Shri. Rakesh Vaid, Honourable Sr. Vice Chairman, ATDC giving away the certificates to Ray mond's Master Tailors/Supervi sors during Valedictory Session held at ATDC To. T Academy, NHO Gurugram

ATDC: CE Programmes ATDC-IAM Continuing Education(CE) Programmes for working professionals, aspiring students as part

ATDC: CE Programmes ATDC-IAM Continuing Education(CE) Programmes for working professionals, aspiring students as part time weekend short time "Power" courses which will help to improve domain skill competencies, & above all soft skilling which will enhance employability & will keep changing as per requirements in Fashion, Textiles, Apparel & lifestyle industry requirements in mind. The “Continuing Education (CE) Programmes”, aims to anticipate and address key challenges, build culture of learning. Honourable Sr. Vice Chairman ATDC, Sri Rakesh launching the CE Programmes on 15 th March, 2018 at Tirupur in presence of Dr. A. Shaktivel, Honorable Vice Chairman, AEPC, Dr. Darlie Koshy, DG & CEO, ATDC & Dr. K. S. Palaniswami , IAS District Collector, Tirupur Dr. Darlie Koshy, DG & CEO, ATDC and the Chairman of NISTI (TI, UK) signed an MOU on 27 th March, 2018 to launch NISTI-ATDC collaborative programmes for Textile & Apparel(T&A) industry

ATDC: CSR & Sponsored Programmes ATDC'S CSR & SPONSORED TRAINING PROGRAMS • ATDC is

ATDC: CSR & Sponsored Programmes ATDC'S CSR & SPONSORED TRAINING PROGRAMS • ATDC is contributing to the marginal and disadvantaged sections of the society. • Skill development programmes to the SC/ST, OBC, People with Disabilities (PWD) and Safai Karamchari & train ing them to become technically qualified personnel required for apparel industry converging skills in areas of quality & high productivity. • ATDC for its long term sustainability taps funds under multiple baskets, The CSR is one of them. Many PSUs/Companies have Sponsored course fee for training of candidates from weaker sections of the society under various Employment Linked Training courses

ATDC: Synergy of National Schemes with Garment Sector Government Initiatives Connectivity with Garment Industry

ATDC: Synergy of National Schemes with Garment Sector Government Initiatives Connectivity with Garment Industry Women Empowerment 60 -70% women in garment exports Make in India Average 2. 2 Men: to : machine ratio(Labour/Capital ratio most advantageous) Skill India School dropouts can be made employable by 250 -300 hours training (30 -45 days training) Rural Youth employment Provides job opportunities to migrants from agriculture sector, (school dropouts from rural areas). Urbanization Setting up of garment manufacturing in low cost area, creates better Eco-system, better attendance(low attrition); reduces urban migration Swach Bharat Supports cleaner environment, practically no harmful waste. Digital India Fashion trends move digitally for faster delivery and reduced lead times. Startups – First generation entrepreneurs Apparel manufacturing is a fit case for “Startups”.

ATDC: Collaborations with State Skill Missions ATDC has nurtured successful collaborations & expanded over

ATDC: Collaborations with State Skill Missions ATDC has nurtured successful collaborations & expanded over the years and is now in the process of adding new dimensions to these partnerships. Below is an indicative list of major collaborations with ‘State Skill Development Missions’ • ATDC Signs MOU with UPSDM to Enhance Skill Development on 08. 11. 2016 • ATDC signs new agreement with Department of Local Bodies, Rajasthan to provide employable skills to BPL and Urban Poor-Youth in Rajasthan on 28. 02. 2017 • ATDC Signs MOU with ASAP Kerala to vocational training to higher secondary Schools /Colleges • ATDC and Madhya Pradesh State Skill Development Mission (MPSSDM) ink Mo. U to train 10000 youth every year on 11. 05. 2017 • ATDC Signs MOU with Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (CED) to Enhance Skill Development in Gujarat State on 01. 07. 2017 • ATDC Signs MOU with DMA Maharashtra to under DAY-NULM Scheme with 10000 training target in Maharashtra State on 31. 07. 2017 • ATDC Signs MOU with AMHSSC for Conducting Training of Trainers (To. T) Orientation Programs on 14. 06. 2017 • ATDC Signs MOU with PACE, GAP INC to Enhance Women Skill Development on 12. 10. 2017

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