The Indian Textiles industry is set for strong growth (13.6% CAGR), buoyed by strong domestic consumption as well as export demand. Over the past decade, the industry has experienced rapid growth with the entry of international players into the Indian market. Also technological modernization has led to high industrial growth creating a need for skilled workforce. In order to make the workforce future ready, vocational training is provided for skill upgradation of workers from both, the organized and unorganized sectors

In the Textile and Apparel sectors, IL&FS Skills implements various programmes to train youth as per industry standards and upgrade the skill sets of manpower available within industries. Youth are trained on trades and work as Industrial
Sewing Machine Operators, Self Employed Tailors, Garment Checkers, Bamboo Artisans, Weavers, Pattern Makers etc. Other solutions that enhance industry productivity, reduce costs and develop an ecosystem that aids employment generation are being incubated

Our Model
Fresh training for entry level jobs
Short and Long-term skilling programmes impart basic skills
necessary to become a shop floor entry level operator Skilling supervisors for productivity enhancement Understanding gaps and empowering existing workforce to align competencies with National Skills Qualification framework (NSQF) to increase productivity and career growth Process improvement for SMEs to enhance competitiveness Training and advisory services including training for manufacturing excellence, technology interventions for process improvement & process re-engineering to SMEs in
manufacturing sector for enhancing their competitiveness 

Industy Leader
pooja Sharma

Pooja Sharma, a Sewing Machine Operator works with Orient Fashion,earning Rs. 15,000/month

“As a Class 10 pass out, I had few job opportunities available for me,till I enrolled for the Sewing Machine Operator course at PMKK South Delhi. The entrance exam not only checked my physical ability, but also coordination of the body with the mind, as the industry demands the same. I completed the 45 day course and learnt sewing alongwith soft skills, IT, and English language. I work with Orient Fashion, and
earn Rs. 15,000/month, but more than that the prospects of growing in my job because of the skills training, gives me immense confidence”