Department of Handloom and Textiles, in association with Kalaburagi Zilla Panchayat and the Centre for Entrepreneurship Development of Karnataka, in Kalaburagi on Wednesday organized a week long training programme on the new textile policy 2013-18 of the state government for which 20 entrepreneurs were selection by the department.
The programmes would impart training on various aspects of textile business including orientation to textiles and textile processes. The training sessions would guide entrepreneurs to prepare project reports and on procedures for applying loans to set up textile units.
Deputy Director of the Department of Handlooms and Textiles Shivaraj Kulkarni inaugurating the training programme said that there is a strong need to promote the textile industry and achieve advancement by creating awareness of the untapped sector in the region. . The entrepreneurs should come forward to establish textile units, for which a modest investment was required.
Mr. Kulkarni further added that North Karnataka was ideal for production of high quality cotton, and Kalaburagi district would emerge as a hub of the textile industry in the coming days
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