Garment Making

Garment Making

It has been estimated that one of every six households in country depends on textile sector, either directly or indirectly for its livelihood. A strong raw material production base, a vast pool of skilled and unskilled personnel, cheap labour, good export potential and low import content are key competitive levers of Indian textile industry.

The Textiles Sector has the second largest share of employment after agriculture. As per the NSDC report, the overall employment in the T&C sector will increase from about 33 to 35 million in 2008 to about 60 to 62 million by 2022.

This would translate to an incremental human resource requirement of about 25 million people. Of this, the mainstream T&C sector has the potential to employ about 17 million people incrementally till 2022.

With technological modernization being the key to high industrial growth, labor intensive industries like textile require not only skilled workforce, but also massive vocational training for skill upgradation of the existing workers engaged in the organized as well as unorganized sectors (including handlooms, powerlooms, sericulture, wool, khadi, etc). There is a serious gap between the training needs of the different segments of the textile industry and the training.

To bridge this gap, Lok Bharti assures alignment of training as per industry requirements and curriculum synchronized with NCVT.

Programs conducted for National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT) certified courses Certification are:

  • Tailor (Basic Sewing)
  • Garment Cutter
  • Garment Checkers
  • Tailor Ladies
  • Tailor Gents
  • Tailor Suits