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Aaiseariya Summer Training

Aaiseariya Summer Training

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I came to know the application of the management in the industrialenvironment, which prevails in the country through industrial training.In regard to this training program, I would like to acknowledge mygratitude and thanks to our Director Manoj Joshi for catering us the opportunity of thetraining. I also forward my special thanks to our faculty membe
rs Mr. Vipul Vyas, MissHuma, Mr. Jayesh Desai and Mr. Ojas Desai for guiding us in the training program. Iwould also like to extend my gratefulness to Mr. Madan Khurana, the director of thecompany for allowing me to undergo the training at their plant. I also thank to all theexecutives in staff members of the company who have cooperated and availed me in mytraining and have spent their invaluable time for me.
B. M. College of Business Administration
Introduction of the Textile Industry…
Textile Industry in India…
South Asia is the largest producer of Textiles in the world. Currently, Indiahas the second highest spindle age in the world. The textile industry occupies aunique place in our country. One of the earliest to come into existence in India, itaccounts for 14% of the total Industrial production, contributes to nearly 30% of the total exports. Textile Industry is the second largest e
mployment generator after agriculture.Textile Industry is providing one of the most basic needs of people and itholds importance by maintaining sustained growth for improving quality of life. Ithas a unique position as a self-reliant industry, from the production of rawmaterials to the delivery of finished products, with substantial value-addition ateach stage of processing; it gives a major contribution to the country's economy.Indian textile industry has performed remarkably well during the last onedecade. Today, not only is the garment export business growing, enthusiasm inthe minds of the foreign buyers is also at a high. Consequently, many leadingfashion labels are today being associated with Indian products. India isincreasingly being looked upon as a major supplier of high quality fashionapparels, and Indian apparels have come to be appreciated in major marketsinternationally.Trade barriers are falling rapidly and scope for expansion is increasing,thus promising a better export scenario for India. The abundance of cheap labor,proximity of raw material i.e., cotton, especially of the medium and long staplevarieties, and high capital utilization give cost advantages to the Indian textileindustry.
B. M. College of Business Administration
The company listed here specialize in Embroidered Clothing, HighFashion Garments, Hosiery Garments, Spandex Yarn, Silk Fabrics, Powerloomsand Millmade sectors, ready made garments, cotton ,polyester, Linens, NaturalFibre Fabrics, Men’s wear , Women’s wear, Shirting, Suiting etc.The Textile Industry has been one of the oldest and most importantsectors of the Indian Economy. It is the second largest employment provider inthe country, next to Agriculture; it contributes to almost one third of foreignexchange earnings; contributing to 3% of the GDP. India has also been asignificant player in the Global Textile markets. It is the third largest producer of Cotton, the largest producer of Jute, the second largest producer of Silk and the5th largest producer of synthetic fibre/yarn. India's exports of textiles and ready-made garments grew by 10 % in 2001-2002 and now stand at over $14 billion.Exports of synthetic and rayon textiles rose by 23 %. There has also been aremarkable increase in export of polyester/viscose yarn by more than 35%,polyester yarn by 9% and polyester spun yarn by 28%. During this period,polyester filament fabrics increased registered an 18% growth and polyester-viscose fabrics increased by 10%.
Textile Industry in Gujarat…
Gujarat is one of the leading industrial states in India and textile industry inparticular had contributed in a big way to the industrialisation of the State. In fact,development of many industries likes, Dyestuff, Chemicals, Engineering/Foundryand Cotton farming is solely dependent on this sector. The State is well knownfor development of Hy-breed Cotton, Ginning, powerlooms, composite mills,spinning units and independent processing Houses.Textile Industry in general has suffered a setback, in specific, in organizedsector, all over the country in the recent past. Gujarat was not an exception tothis development. However, growth is prominently observed in decentralisedsectors e.g. Power loom and Textile Processing, mainly in Surat and
B. M. College of Business Administration

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