Volume : III, Issue : VI, June - 2013

A Study on Migrated Workers in Garment (Apparel) Industry with Special Reference to Tirupur District, Tamilnadu

D. Sivasubramaniam, Dr. A. Mahadevan

Abstract :

The apparel industry in India is one in all the simplest industries within the world garment market. India have well organized sector, garment makers, suppliers, exporters, stockiest and wholesalers. The textile industries square measure second largest employment supplier when the agriculture sector. Tirupur is one in all the quickest developing cities within the state. Tirupur conjointly popularly observed as “Dollar City” or “Small Japan” or “Banyan City” as a result of its excellence in unwoven clothes. People have moved to across the boundaries for looking out best job opportunities. There have been two hundred million international migrant workers and their families within the year 2010. Workers from varied states like Bihar, Kerala, province and province migrate to Tamilnadu particularly the District Tirupur for developing their family’s economy. The ascension of our state economy and accrued infrastructure and construction sectors provides several employment opportunities. Migrated workers area unit better option to the garment makers for establishing producing schedule nearer to merchandising amount totally supported fast response strategy that relates to attire merchandising and producing. The study principally focuses on socio economic factors and issues in apparel industry for migrated workers.

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D.Sivasubramaniam, Dr.A.Mahadevan A Study on Migrated Workers in Garment (Apparel) Industry with Special Reference to Tirupur District, Tamilnadu Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.III, Issue.VI June 2013


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