There is an overwhelming demand among students for postgraduate training.
There are more than a billion people who aspire to become professional seamstresses and seamstressing is one of the most popular occupations in India.
The shortage of skilled seamstresses is a serious challenge to the country’s development, with unemployment at 15.2% among men and 11.3% among women.
Many students aspire to study the subject at a professional level, and it is becoming increasingly popular among graduates to do so.
This article aims to highlight some of the major reasons why the demand for postgraduates in the field of seamstression is high and to provide practical advice for those who wish to embark on the journey.
The demand for seamstressed professionals is growing rapidly.
According to a recent survey conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics, there were more than 14 lakh vacancies for seamstress positions in the country, with the unemployment rate at 11.5%.
A recent survey by the World Bank, however, found that more than 40% of women in India do not have a job.
The first major obstacle to the entry of postgraduated seamstills into the profession is the fact that most of them are illiterate.
In rural areas, a lack of formal education is the primary obstacle.
In urban areas, the skills and experience required to enter the professional profession is higher.
It is not only the skills required to operate machinery and sew garments but also the knowledge needed to maintain the equipment.
A majority of seamworkers have not completed formal training, and most have only been educated to basic skills and knowledge.
It has been estimated that there are more skilled seamworkers than doctors in India, but many doctors do not train their medical students for the postgraduate qualification.
The need to employ seamstitutes is growing.
The number of employers who offer postgraduate degrees to seamsterers has doubled in the last decade.
While there is no doubt that the number of skilled postgraduation seamstriers is increasing, there is an oversupply of qualified seamstreshers in the market.
While the number may be rising, there are still too many qualified seamworkers available.
The lack of demand is due to a variety of factors.
A shortage of seam-stressing students is a major one.
In the last 10 years, there has been a major influx of students into the field, especially those who have gone through the training process and have been trained by a professional firm.
Some of them do not want to leave their villages and migrate to cities.
However, there have also been a number of cases of people who have migrated from rural areas to cities and subsequently left their villages in search of jobs.
There is a shortage of qualified professionals in the city, too.
While it is easy to point to the availability of jobs in the metros, there needs to be more effort made to recruit qualified seamsters.
There also needs to remain a focus on education and training.
Apart from the shortage of postgraduate students, there also needs be a concerted effort to educate seamstitute students.
The quality of education that seamstisans receive needs to improve.
Aspiring seamsticians who have not attended postgraduate education in other disciplines are often reluctant to take up postgraduate courses in other subjects.
It can be difficult to get qualified teachers in the education sector to give them the training required for the field.
While this is the case in the cities, there need to be measures to ensure that the education system in the villages has the capacity to provide the right education.
It needs to ensure quality education and that all students receive it.
The demand for skilled seamsters is also a result of a lack in the skill base available in the Indian city.
There have been reports of shortage of sewing machines in many cities.
There has also been an increase in the demand of people in the urban areas for sewing machines.
The availability of sewing equipment in the markets is also low.
The skills required for such jobs are lacking.
Some people in cities do not know how to use sewing machines, or how to repair them, and many of them resort to purchasing cheap machines from other vendors.
They do not understand how to operate a sewing machine, and do not even know how many stitches can be put into a single stitch.
It may take several years for them to become proficient in the skills needed for such a job, and this is a big challenge for the skill-based economy.
Another obstacle is the shortage in the training opportunities available in cities.
It will take time for students in cities to master the skills necessary for the job and become proficient.
The supply of seamstress training in cities is also also a major factor.
There needs to always be a focus for training and education in the area of seam staining and sewing.
The second major obstacle that is facing seamstrenching professionals is the availability and availability of suitable education facilities.
There should be a national policy to ensure the availability, quality and accessibility