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Mr. Anil Agarwal, IAS, Joint Secretary, DIPP visits FDDI, Noida Campus


Mr. Anil Agarwal, IAS, Joint Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India visited Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Noida on 20th September 2017.


On this occasion, Mr. Arun Kumar Sinha, IAS, Managing Director, FDDI, Mr. Adarsh Kumar, AFHQ CS, Executive Director, FDDI, Mr. Vikas Singh, IRS, Executive Director, FDDI and the staff of FDDI were present and welcomed him.

Mr. Agarwal visited the campus of the institute including FDDI School of Footwear Design & Production (FSFDP), Product Development Center (PDC), FDDI School of Fashion Leather Accessory Design (FSFLAD), Information Technology Services Center (ITSC) where he was made aware of the technicalities of various departments of FDDI.



He was briefed by the respective Head of Department (HoD) about the teaching pedagogy and explained about the intricacies of individual process of shoe manufacturing and its quality parameters. He was also briefed about the importance of the state-of-the-art-equipments and a demonstration was given in the Pilot Plant i.e., manufacturing departments of footwear namely Cutting, Closing, Bottom Component and Lasting & Finishing.


Mr. Agarwal also visited the International Testing Center (ITC) and saw the various testing-cum-quality control services being provided by it such as testing for leather, plastics, rubbers, textiles, footwear, artificial limbs, sports goods & tests for harmful substances.


The activities undertaken by FDDI were also briefed to him through a presentation given by Mr. Arun Kumar Sinha, IAS, Managing Director, FDDI.


Mr. Agarwal also interacted with the members of the faculty and gave valuable suggestions for the improvement of standards of teaching, research and collaboration programmes of the Institute across all the campuses.





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