Raghvendra Rathore to overlook NTC ‘Young Designer’ hunt

National Textile Corporation Limited (NTC) had organized a press conference at The Oberoi, New Delhi to announce commencement of the Young Designer Hunt by NTC, the biggest search for the most talented designers across the Nation. The press conference was addressed by Hon’ble Union Minister of Commerce, Industry and Textiles Shri Anand Sharma who inaugurated NTC Young Designer Hunt.

Speaking at the event, Shri Anand Sharma said, “India is a country with a rich heritage. India was the first country to introduce textiles. Even in Europe, most of the cotton was supplied by Indians. Today we are a nation of young, aspiring youth. We have to believe in ourselves. We have to built and improve upon what we have. In my mind, it’s time to create and promote Brand India so that the world recognises what has been created in this country. We have invested several decades in making institutions for excellence. National Institute of Design is one of the globally well-recognised institutions.” Read more
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