It is committed towards imparting professional training to the personnel in the field of garment manufacturing technology,
including pattern making / cutting techniques, Production Supervision Quality Control techniques to ensure that quality garments
are manufactured for the global market by the garment units.
The ATDCs, spread across the country, seek to develop skill at the grass root level to make the employees of the Garment
Manufacturing Industry aware of the yardsticks of quality the export demands-including the different patterns required &
the latest techniques in vogue in Cutting, Stitching & Finishing of Apparel.
The last few years have seen ATDC streamlining its activities in tune with its objectives. From an initial strength of
a mere 195 student training in 1996, number of students passing out every year has risen to 2000 since 1998. Overall, more
than 10000 students have been trained in the different centres of the ATDC, since its inception. All students are being suitably
employed in the garment industry. .
We have an experienced and dedicated group of teachers and administrators. Each teacher strives to create a supportive and
challenging classroom atmosphere to encourage students to participate. We may introduce a teacher on this page, or have a
teacher of the month feature like the one below.
Teacher of the Month
This month's featured teacher is Mindy Cohen. Mindy has taught at our school for over twenty years. While she enjoys teaching
all ages of students, she is currently the teacher of our fourth graders. Mindy is married with two children of her own.