The State Government to encourage entrepreneurship in technical textiles has allocated Rs. 25 lakh to Sir Vallabbhai Patel International School of Textiles and Management, Minister for Handlooms and Textiles O.S. Manian speaking at the two day working on technical textile said on Saturday. A dedicated technical textiles wing has been created at the institute.
He further added that the State Government is taking every effort to support the development of the handloom and textiles sector.
Minister for Municipal Administration and Rural Development S.P Velumani, who inaugurated the workshop, said that the government has constructed 575 green houses for handloom weavers at a cost of Rs. 14.95-crore.
K. Phanindra Reddy, Principal Secretary, Handlooms, Handicrafts, Textiles and Khadi Department, said that the technical textiles provides new opportunity to the Indian textile industry.
C. Rameshkumar, director of the institute, said that in the first phase, workshops, seminars and training programmes would be organised for potential entrepreneurs in select technical textile products. In the next phase, they would be assisted to develop business.
The Ministers also visited an exhibition on technical textiles organised on the Institute campus.
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