Uttar Pradesh likely to get its maiden silk research centre

News Tags: an acre of mulberry sericulture, Central silk board, Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa, get its first regional silk research centre, more than Rs one lakh per year, potential to generate a gross income, raise its share in the national production, state looks to meet the demands, Uttar Pradesh, weaver community

Gorakhpur
Uttar Pradesh likely to get its maiden silk research centre
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Uttar Pradesh likely to get its first regional silk research centre as the state looks to meet the demands of its weaver community and raise its share in the national production. According to Central Silk Board Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa, an acre of mulberry sericulture has a potential to generate a gross income of more than Rs 1 lakh per year, which could be higher than the returns obtained from most agricultural crops.

Uttar Pradesh likely to get its first regional silk research centre as the state looks to meet the demands of its weaver community and raise its share in the national production. According to Central Silk Board Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa, an acre of mulberry sericulture has a potential to generate a gross income of more than Rs 1 lakh per year, which could be higher than the returns obtained from most agricultural crops.

http://www.financialexpress.com/industry/gorakhpur-may-get-uttar-pradeshs-maiden-silk-research-centre/724150/
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India aims to increase silk production in 3-4 years to become self sufficient

News Tags: aim to produce around thirty four thousand MTs. production growing year to year, an annual growth rate of nineteen percent, Central silk board, Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa, India is expected to be self-sufficient in silk production, next three to four years, stop silk imports from China

Hyderabad
India aims to increase silk production in 3-4 years to become self sufficient
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India is expected to be self-sufficient in silk production by 2020 with an annual growth rate of 19 percent, the aim is to produce around 34,000 MTs. At present the output is 28,000 MTs (metric tonne) to 30,000 MTs and the production is growing year to year, said Central Silk Board (CSB) Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa.

India is expected to be self-sufficient in silk production by 2020 with an annual growth rate of 19 percent, the aim is to produce around 34,000 MTs. At present the output is 28,000 MTs (metric tonne) to 30,000 MTs and the production is growing year to year, said Central Silk Board (CSB) Chairman K M Hanumantharayappa.

China produces 80 percent of global silk output, while India's share is 13 percent, while the production in other countries account for the remaining 7 percent.

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/india-expected-to-be-self-sufficient-in-silk-prod-in-3-4-yrs-117022100258_1.html
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