Skill development management to provide demand-driven and placement-oriented programs across the textile value chain. As there is a clear cut need of the new skill development for capacity building in the entire textile value chain going forward to attain desired competitiveness and stay sustain-ably relevant.
Skilling is demonstrated by an improvement in human behavior or performance as a result of increased attention from superiors, clients or colleagues. This phenomenon has been shown in the literature to be associated with lower pay and job satisfaction, both of which indicate reduced productivity in different workplaces.
Training tends to facilitate right kind of die casting, orientation and cultivate the desirable mind set of the workers
Benchmark international standards by Identifying ‘technology’ to be taken up for teaching & training
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