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FDDI, Kolkata students visit ‘Paridhan Park’

 

On 29th March 2017, the students of the Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Kolkata visited ‘Paridhan Park’ located at Weaver’s Service Centre, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India which is situated at 19, Canal South Road, Beliaghata, Kolkata.

 

‘Paridhan’, the Garment Park promoted by West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC) is a composite facility for garment/apparel manufacturing units catering to both domestic & export markets.

 

The objective of the visit to ‘Paridhan Park’ was to provide first-hand information to the students of FSFD regarding the functioning of the garment, hosiery, and apparel industry.

The Park has been set up to promote the growth of garment, hosiery, and apparel industry in the State.

 

Weaver’s Service Centre, promotes and facilitates the continuous growth of the handloom industry to compete in the global market. It supports the handloom sector at large in upgrading-skill, development/diversification of handloom products, technical advice etc.

 

Under the guidance of the highly experienced faculty of the FDDI, the students of FDDI School of Fashion Design (FSFD) visited the Weaving Section, Dyeing Laboratory & Printing Section which has enhanced their knowledge.

 

The objective of the visit to ‘Paridhan Park’ was to provide first-hand information to the students of FSFD regarding the functioning of the garment, hosiery, and apparel industry.

The visit enriched the theoretical knowledge of the students through practical experiences and enhanced student’s knowledge on dyeing, printing and weaving.

 

Students observing the technique at the ‘Weaving Section’
Students observing the technique at the ‘Weaving Section’
 
Students at the ‘Printing Section’
Students at the ‘Printing Section’
 
 

 

 

 
 
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