Multiple schemes and programme on hand to improve overall handloom sector in India

YarnsandFibers News Bureau, 2014-07-19 15:30:00 - Bangalore

Related Keywords: handloom weaver, Indian handloom sector, multiple scheme, Texile ministry

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Multiple schemes and programme on hand to improve overall handloom sector in Ind

India as a whole country has around 43.32 lakh handloom weavers and allied workers and more than 40 % of weavers are women. To improve the living standard of handloom weavers and sustainable development of handloom sector, the ministry of textile has multiple schemes and programmes.
 
They focus on flexible and holistic approach by facilitating marketing of handloom products, infrastructure development, brand building and empowerment of weavers by organizing them under self help groups, training and skill upgradation, infusion of new and contemporary designs through design intervention as well as product diversification, technology upgradation, easy access to raw material at subsidized prices and easy credit flow at low interest rate etc., besides providing better health care and life insurance under welfare schemes.
 
Also, as per the National Handloom Development Programme, comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme, Revival, Reform and Restructuring (RRR) Package for handloom sector. And under, Handloom Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme, there are Health Insurance Scheme for access to health care facilities, Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana for life insurance, Yarn Supply Scheme and comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme.
 
State of Karanataka has around 89, 256 people in weaving and allied employments. While in Andhra Pradesh there are 2,00,310 handloom weavers in cooperative fold and 1,58,902 other weavers.

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Related Keywords: handloom weaver, Indian handloom sector, multiple scheme, Texile ministry

Bangalore
Multiple schemes and programme on hand to improve overall handloom sector in Ind

India as a whole country has around 43.32 lakh handloom weavers and allied workers and more than 40 % of weavers are women. To improve the living standard of handloom weavers and sustainable development of handloom sector, the ministry of textile has multiple schemes and programmes.
 
They focus on flexible and holistic approach by facilitating marketing of handloom products, infrastructure development, brand building and empowerment of weavers by organizing them under self help groups, training and skill upgradation, infusion of new and contemporary designs through design intervention as well as product diversification, technology upgradation, easy access to raw material at subsidized prices and easy credit flow at low interest rate etc., besides providing better health care and life insurance under welfare schemes.
 
Also, as per the National Handloom Development Programme, comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme, Revival, Reform and Restructuring (RRR) Package for handloom sector. And under, Handloom Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme, there are Health Insurance Scheme for access to health care facilities, Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana for life insurance, Yarn Supply Scheme and comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme.
 
State of Karanataka has around 89, 256 people in weaving and allied employments. While in Andhra Pradesh there are 2,00,310 handloom weavers in cooperative fold and 1,58,902 other weavers.

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