Jharkhand Silk Textile and Handicraft Development Corporation or Jharcraft signed MoU with Banka Silk, a private start up in Bihar on Tuesday to train the state's tussar weavers tailor trendy clothes and help them find wider online and offline markets to get the fair value of products made by weavers, handicrafts and artists.
The MoU was signed in the presence of Chief Minister Raghubar Das, Industry Director K Ravikumar and Founder of Banka Silk, Udayan Singh. During this, the Chief Minister said that there are 30 thousand weavers in the State. The company will give them training and information about material preparation as per the need of the market. For this, the company will send teams to train weavers in each district.
The district administration will provide full support to the company. From time to time, bring famous designers to Jharkhand and share their experiences. Product will be produced as desired by the company. This will give the weavers, handicrafts and artists the fair value of their product.
K Ravikumar said that according to the need of market, Banka Silk will provide training and the platform for online sale as well for finished products. These products will be available on all major online sites, including Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra. Along with this, the sale of these products will also be arranged in big retail chains.
According to the MoU, Banka Silk will train Jharkhand's weavers to cut and stitch silk garments according to market demands and market clothes online through platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart and Myntra and offline counters, said Jharcraft managing director Manjunath Bhajantri
Bhajantri said that many weavers cut and stitch clothes but would gain from more expertise and design sense. Many weavers don't know tailoring but want to learn. They are hoping this value-add really boosts their income. They will get trendy designs too.
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