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Thursday, December 12, 2019

High Education Minister Patwari inaugurated grand fabric display of Darshan Valji

13-Dec-2019
Indore (M.P)
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To promote the textile industry, the Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh is doing a better job. It has a special identity in the Indian textile industry not only in the state but in the country. This view is expressed by the state's Higher Education and Sports Minister Jitu Patwari as the chief guest while inaugurating the grand fabric display of Darshan Valji at Hotel Marriott. Appreciating the works of Darshan Walji, Shri Patwari said that wearing good uniforms makes children feel better in studies. Chancellor of Sri Vaishnav University University Purushottam Pasari said that students are getting better placements in textile industry.
Today, there is a need for industry and institute to work together. Ankur Thorat, head of Birla Cellulose, said that wearing uniforms has special significance. This reflects the discipline of dress. MD Kishore Kothari of Darshan Walji told that our company is the leading brand of uniform and corporate fabric which has 6000 designs ready at all times. Today we have 3 of school uniform and 2 of corporate Launched the catalog. Apart from our company Institute of Education, Uniforms of Medical Services, Military, Security, Institute, Industry, Hotel and Couriers have also become TI. We believe that if the child wears a beautiful uniform, his enthusiasm for reading increases and he feels comfortable and luxury.
The company exports goods to 10 countries of the world besides India. Senior BJP leader Kailash Sharma said that Indore has a distinct identity in the textile industry. Saint Brajkishore Shastri said in his blessing that Lakshmi liked Vishnu because he wore beautiful clothes. The guests were welcomed by Pinki Neema, Dinesh Kashyap, Ritesh Neema. Has provided The program was conducted by Shyamsunder Palod. Finally, thanks to Ritesh Neema.  The fabric display was observed by all guests including the Minister of Higher Education. Pink Neema said that the event was attended by authorized, distributors, dealers and businessmen from Madhya Pradesh and other states. The next fabric display will be in Mumbai, Jaipur and Rajkot.