NIIFT Mohali students present master’s projects

Published on Jun 11, 2022 02:45 AM IST

A total of four research projects from the FMM department and three from the GMT department of NIIFT, Mohali, were presented

NIIFT Mohali students were awarded trophies after presenting their master’s projects. (HT Photo)
NIIFT Mohali students were awarded trophies after presenting their master’s projects. (HT Photo)
By, Mohali

Fashion Marketing and Management (FMM) and Garment Manufacturing and Technology (GMT) students of Northern India Institute of Fashion Technology (NIIFT) presented their final master’s degree projects on the campus. A total of four research projects from the FMM department and three from the GMT department were presented. NIIFT, Mohali, director Geetika Singh said, “The presentations made by the students gave a deep analysis of the market conditions and manufacturing competitiveness.”

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