Raymond, a leading Indian textile major has introduced its first tailoring training centre in Patna. The company aims to develop tailoring skills of needy youth and tailors. In this center 250 entrants will be trained for suit, shirt and trouser making in the first academic year.
The company is also considering expansion of this initiative to other places with 20 more such tailoring centers over the next five years. With this center, the company will be able to make a network of skilled stylist tailors across India, who will be able to offer customers with quality tailored garments.
In the coming five years company aims to train over 10,000 students in various aspects of tailoring, including suit, shirt and trouser making through this Raymond Tailoring Centre. The candidates will be able to develop their tailored product quality in terms of finish and style, earn better revenue and thereby improve their social and economic status.
The entity will also provide career opportunities in around 100 Raymond workshops to trained students. The trained tailors will be encouraged to set up tailor shops and Raymond shall support them in their endeavor in becoming trained stylist tailors.