Hathras: Readymade Garments Business joins Odop – Hathras: Readymade Garments Business joins ODOP

Hathras
The government has also included the ready-to-wear clothing business from Hathras in the One District One (ODOP) project. This has sparked a wave of happiness among business people. Retailers believe this system will further improve the clothing business. The skills of the artisans associated with this business will also be enhanced.
It is noteworthy that the ODOP program was created by the state government to give a unique identity to the industries operating in each district. In the first phase, Hathras’ asafetida industry was included in the program. As part of this, entrepreneurs were also given many facilities to set up asafetida production units.
Now the government has started the ready-made clothing business that faced difficulties during the Corona period, so the future of this business is expected to be better. The program trains around 250 company affiliates to improve their skills. This training is carried out via the toolkit.
The ready-to-wear clothing business has had problems due to the Corona era. The government has done the job of breathing life into this industry by adding it to the ODOP. We welcome this government decision.
-Sunil Aggarwal, ready-to-wear businessman.
The incorporation of the ready-to-wear business into ODOP after the asafetida industry will give wings to that business. Hathras’ ready-to-wear clothing business has retained a distinct identity in many of the country’s states.
– Nagendra Pathak Readymade Garments Businessman.
The readymade clothing business has been backward for the past two years due to the corona transition cake. This company, which is now joining ODOP, is expected to overcome difficulties. The toolkit training will improve your skills.
-Niraj Aggarwal Readymade Garments Businessman

Hathras

The government has also included the ready-to-wear clothing business from Hathras in the One District One (ODOP) project. This has sparked a wave of happiness among business people. Retailers believe this system will further improve the clothing business. The skills of the artisans associated with this business will also be enhanced.

It is noteworthy that the ODOP program was created by the state government to give a unique identity to the industries operating in each district. In the first phase, Hathras’ asafetida industry was included in the program. As part of this, entrepreneurs were also given many facilities to set up asafetida production units.

Now the government has started the ready-made clothing business that faced difficulties during the Corona period, so the future of this business is expected to be better. The program trains around 250 company affiliates to improve their skills. This training is carried out via the toolkit.

The ready-to-wear clothing business has had problems due to the Corona era. The government has done the job of breathing life into this industry by adding it to the ODOP. We welcome this government decision.

-Sunil Aggarwal, ready-to-wear businessman.

The incorporation of the ready-to-wear business into ODOP after the asafetida industry will give wings to that business. Hathras’ ready-to-wear clothing business has retained a distinct identity in many of the country’s states.

– Nagendra Pathak Readymade Garments Businessman.

The pre-made clothing business has been backward for the past two years due to the corona transition cake. This company, which is now joining ODOP, is expected to overcome difficulties. The toolkit training will improve your skills.

-Niraj Aggarwal Readymade Garments Businessman

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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