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  There is huge shortage of skilled labour in textile
The Textile Sector Skill Council (TSC), a non-profit organisation, works towards the development of skilled workforce for the textile industry through setting curriculum for training and accreditation of trade competency.

Boost to weaving quality
Textiles have come a long way since the advent of weaving, and Bharat Beams is leaving no stone unturned to innovate on this front.

Asian convergence once more at Screen Print India
Having made its debut in 1994, Screen Print India exhibition, held bi-annually in Mumbai, has grown wider in scope covering not just screen printing but textile printing and digital printing.

Birla Cellulose is No.1 for sustainable forestry management
Canopy’s Hot Button Issue ranks the world’s top viscose producers on their progress on eliminating endangered forests from their supply. Birla Cellulose of the Aditya Birla Group has been ranked No.1 globally by the NGO Canopy, in its Hot Button Report for it work on the conservation of ancient and endangered forests. Birla Cellulose has a ‘light green shirt’ ranking in the updated and expanded edition of the Hot Button Report released recently, which ranks 11 viscose rayon producers that represent 70 per cent of global viscose production.

Skilling on track!
Indian textile industry cannot afford to ignore the implications of ‘skilling’ the labour force, for to sharpen the competitive edge in producing and exporting quality textile goods, skilled labour is a must. The ITJ cover story traces the ‘skilling’ moves in the textile industry.

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