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Promotion of Textile Industry

The Indian Textiles Industry has an overwhelming presence in the economic


life of the country. Apart from providing one of the basic necessities of life, the textiles
industry also plays a pivotal role through its contribution to industrial output,
employment generation, and the export earnings of the country. Currently, it contributes
about 14% to industrial production, 4% to the GDP, and 17% to the countrys export
earnings. It provides direct employment to over 35 million people. The Textiles sector is
the second largest provider of employment after agriculture. Thus, the growth and all
round development of this industry has a direct bearing on the improvement of the
economy of the nation.
The Indian textiles industry is extremely varied, with the hand-spun and
handwoven sector at one end of the spectrum, and the capital intensive, sophisticated
mill sector at the other. The decentralized powerlooms, handlooms / hosiery and knitting
sector form the largest section of the Textiles Sector. The close linkage of the Industry
to agriculture and the ancient culture, and traditions of the country make the Indian
textiles sector unique in comparison with the textiles industry of other countries. This
also provides the industry with the capacity to produce a variety of products suitable to
the different market segments, both within and outside the country1.
During the last few years, textiles industry witnessed a slow down mainly due to
the global economic slowdown and following the price crash in cotton prices from
Rs. 62500 / candy to Rs. 29500 / candy in May 2011. Many industries were left with
large high priced inventories of cotton and cotton yarn resulting in erosion of working
capital and imposing considerable stress on the quality of assets. The Textiles industry
has witnessed an incipient turn around in financial year 2012-13 as cotton yarn prices
have picked up and rupee depreciation has enhanced competitiveness.
Government addressed the slowdown in Textiles by proposing a debt
restructuring package amounting to Rs.35000 crores following consultations with
1

India, Ministry of Textiles, Annual Report 2011-12, p. 3

-2Reserve Bank of India. Also help loss making textile mills, to be administered on a case
by case basis by the banks within the prudential norms of the Reserve Bank of India2.
The Ministry of Textiles has taken various policy initiatives in the last few years to
improve the competitiveness and promotion of the Indian Textile industry. Various
schemes such as Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS), Scheme for
Integrated Textile Parks, Development of Mega Cluster, Integrated Skill Development
Scheme, Technology Mission of Technical Textiles etc. have been launched with the
objective of accelerating growth in exports and investment in the textile sector.

Plan Allocations (2010-11 and 2011-12)


The total approved outlay for 2010-11 and 2011-12 were Rs.4725 crore and
Rs.5000 crore respectively. The total Plan outlay has been allocated for implementation
of various schemes under Village & Small Enterprises (VSE) sector and Industry
Sector3.
The following are the Schemes launched or restructured by the Government
during the last three years and their implementation and funds released thereof:

1.

Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS)


The Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) was launched on 01.04
1999, for a period of five years, and was subsequently extended upto March 31, 2007.
The Scheme provides for interest reimbursement/capital subsidy/Margin Money subsidy
and has been devised to bridge the gap between the cost of interest and the capital
component to ease up the working capital requirement and to reduce the transaction
cost, etc. The Scheme is an important tool to infuse financial support to the textiles
industry and help it capitalize on the vibrant and expanding global and domestic
markets, through technology upgradation, cost effectiveness, quality production,
efficiency and global competitiveness.

2
3

India, Ministry of Textiles, Press Information Bureau (PIB) Release, dated 3.9.2012
op.cit., Annual Report 2011-12, p. 4

-3During its initial years, the progress of the Scheme was moderate and it gained
momentum from 2004-05 onwards. The Scheme has been further extended till 2012
with modified financial and operational parameters which focus on additional capacity
building, better adoption of technology, and provides for a higher level of assistance to
segments that have a larger potential for growth, like garmenting, technical textiles, and
processing. The scheme is administered through 3 nodal agencies, 36 nodal banks and
108 co-opted PLIs. The scheme since inception has propelled investment of more than
Rs. 2,10,000 crores. An amount of Rs. 13637.53 crore has been released towards
subsidy under the Scheme as on 31.10.2011.
With effect from 28.04.2011, Restructured TUFS has been approved with the
enhanced 11th Plan allocation under TUFS from Rs. 8000 crore to Rs. 15,404 crore.
The Restructured TUFS ensure focus of interventions on hitherto slow growing sectors
like weaving, encouragement to forward integration and tighter administrative controls
and monitoring of the scheme. The Restructured TUFS is expected to trigger additional
investments of over Rs. 46,900 crore during the balance period of the 11th Five Year
Plan4.
Progress of TUFS
(Rs. in crore)

Period

Received

Disbursed

No. of
applications

Project
Cost

No. of
applications

Project
Cost

Amount

No. of
applications

Amount

Subsidy

407
719
472
494
867
986
1086
12336
2408
6113
2384
256
8528

5771
6296
1900
1835
3356
7941
16194
61063
21254
56542
28005
397
10554

309
616
444
456
884
986
1078
12589
2260
6072
2352
256
8302

5074
4380
1320
1438
3289
7349
15032
66233
19917
55707
27611
397
207747

2421
2090
630
839
1341
2990
6776
29073
8058
24007
6612
254
5091

179
494
401
411
814
801
993
13168
2207
6111
2361
240
28180

746
1863
804
931
856
1757
3962
26605
6854
21826
8140
282
4627

1
70
198.89
202.59
249.06
283.60
485
823.92
1143.37
2632.00
2886
2784.18
1759.61

1999-2000
2000-2001
2001-2002
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004-2005
2005-2006
2006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009 (P)
2009-2010
2010-2011
As on
30.06.2010(P)

Sanctioned

Ibid, pp.5-6

-42.

Mega Cluster
The schemes for mega cluster support weavers/artisans, both in and outside the
cooperative fold, including those in Self Help Groups (SHGs), Non- Governmental
Organisations (NGOs) etc. The schemes provide for development of all the facets of
selected clusters like raw material support, design inputs, up-gradation of technology,
infrastructure development, marketing support, welfare of weavers etc. The schemes
also raise living standards of the weavers/artisans by improving the infrastructure
facilities, with better storage facilities, technology up-gradation in pre-loom/onloom/postloom operations, weaving shed, skill up-gradation, design inputs, health
facilities etc5.
The development of 6 Mega Clusters in Handloom, Handicrafts and Powerlooms
were first announced by the Finance Minister in his Budget Speech 2008-09.
Consequently, following three Central Sector Plan Schemes were approved by the
Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) in the meeting held on 20.11.2008:
i)
ii)
iii)

Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme


Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme
Comprehensive Handicrafts Cluster Development Scheme

Based on Budget Announcement made in 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11,


12 centres are being developed as mega cluster on a Public Private Partnership (PPP)
model to scale up infrastructure and production in Handloom, Handicraft and
Powerloom sectors, wherein Government contribution has been earmarked at maximum
of Rs.70 crore for each mega cluster. Names of Mega clusters are shown in the table:
Handlooms:

Handicrafts:

Powerloom:

4 Mega Clusters

5 Mega Clusters

3 Mega Clusters

1. Varanasi (U.P).

5. Moradabad (U.P.)

10. Bhiwandi (Maharastra).

2. Sivsagar (Assam).

6. Narasapur (A.P.).

11. Erode (Tamil Nadu).

3. Murshidabad (W.B.).

7. Bhdohi-Mirzapur (U.P.).

12. Bhilwara (Rajasthan)

4. Virudhunagar (T.N)).

8. Srinagar (J&K).
9. Jodhpur (Rajasthan)

Ibid, p. 7

-53.

Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP)


Scheme for Integrated Textiles Parks was approved in the 10th Five Year Plan to
provide the industry with world-class infrastructure facilities for setting up their textile
units by merging the erstwhile Apparel Parks for Exports Scheme (APES) and Textile
Centre Infrastructure Development Scheme (TCIDS).

As per the target, forty (40) Textiles Park projects have been sanctioned.

Estimated project cost (for common infrastructure and common facilities) of the
40 sanctioned projects is Rs. 4133.09 Crore, of which Government of India
assistance under the scheme would be Rs. 1419.69 Crore.

An amount of Rs. 992.43 Crore has been released under (Scheme for Integrated
Textile Parks) SITP.

2292 entrepreneurs will put up their units in these parks covering an area of
4307.97 Acre. The estimated investment in these parks will be Rs. 19456.90
crore and estimated annual production will be Rs. 33568.50 Crore.

Andhra Pradesh (5), Gujarat (7), Maharashtra (9), Tamil Nadu (8), Rajasthan (5),
Karnataka (1), Punjab (3), West Bengal (1), Madhya Pradesh (1).

Seven projects have been completedBrandix & Pochampally- Andhra Pradesh,


Gujarat Eco Textile Park & Mundra Gujarat, Palladam Hi-Tech Weaving Park,
Karur Tamil Nadu and Islampur Integrated Textile Park, Maharashtra.
Production has been started in 24 out of 40 projects6.
The SITP has a 12th Plan allocation of Rs. 1400 crores, 21 new parks were

sanctioned in 2011-12 to generate an estimated investment of Rs. 3500 crores and


employment of 3.5 lakh workers, over the next four years7.

4.

Setting up of Skilled Development Project for Textile Industry


Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) caters to skilled manpower needs
of Textile and related segments through skill development training programmes. The
scheme envisages participation of training institutes associated with the Ministry and the
private sector as implementing agencies.

The scheme has two Components

Component-I for training Institutes within the Ministry and Component II for private
6
7

Ibid, p. 10
op.cit., PIB Release, dated 3.9.2012

-6sector. The Government meets 75% of the total cost of the project with balance 25% to
be met by the implementing agencies with a provision of enhanced level of government
assistance in certain circumstances. The average cost per trainee to be borne by the
Government is limited to Rs. 7300 for Component-I and Rs. 7500 for Component-II. So
far, 30 projects with an outlay of Rs. 594.84 crore targeting 5.87 lakh trainees have
been sanctioned. As on October 2012, 74094 persons have been trained under the
scheme.
Under the scheme, funds are not released state-wise but are released directly to
implementing agencies. These implementing agencies establish training centres across
different states. The scheme has covered 24 states in all the sub-sectors of Textiles
and clothing. As of August, 2012, Government grant amounting to Rs.149.81 crore has
been released to implementing agencies for implementation of the projects under ISDS.
In the 12th Plan, the ISDS has an allocation of Rs. 1900 Crores and seeks to train 15
lakhs textiles workers. List of Training Centres set up in different states under the two
components, the number of people trained under the scheme and placements are given
in Annexure-I8.

5.

Vastra Kamgar Punarvas Yojana


Government of India under Textile Workers Rehabilitation Fund Scheme
(TWRFS) provides interim relief to the textile workers rendered unemployed as a
consequence of permanent closure of any particular portion or entire textile unit in the
private sector. Assistance under the Scheme is payable to eligible workers after the mill
is formally closed for the purpose of enabling them to settle in another employment.
The Scheme is not applicable to Public Sector employees.
The Textile Workers Rehabilitation Fund Scheme (TWRFS) has been reviewed
in consultation with stakeholders including representatives of textile industry,
State governments, representatives of trade unions and recommendations for larger
coverage of the scheme has been incorporated in the draft revised scheme for the 12th

Ibid, dated 19.12.2012

-7Five Year Plan. The revised scheme provides for enhanced coverage and simplification
of implementation procedures.
State-wise release of fund under the TWRFS during the last three years9
S.No.

State

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Fund
Released/
Utilized
under the
scheme
(Rs.in lakh)

2012-13 (AprilNovember)

Fund
Released/
Utilized
under the
scheme
(Rs.in lakh)

No. of
workers
Benefited

Fund
Released/
Utilized
under the
scheme
(Rs.in lakh)

No. of
workers
Benefited

No. of
workers
Benefited

Fund
Released/
Utilized
under the
scheme
(Rs.in lakh)

No. of
workers
Benefited

24.21

91

10.16

33

5.32

14

20.87

43

1225.08

3586

156.73

534

---

---

1.01

Gujarat

Maharashtra

MP

192.85

363

284.67

553

70.95

339

3.28

13

Karnataka

134.59

490

334.51

658

93.63

294

3.91

17

Andhra Pradesh

255.40

624

363.49

863

224.75

435

165.59

306

Tamil Nadu

38.81

88

4.39

----

---

--

--

Punjab

259.92

698

74.17

204

75.35

206

23.40

62

West Bengal

314.49

718

----

---

---

---

--

--

2445.35

6658

1228.12

2854

470.00

1288

218.06

443

Total

Handloom Sector
As a major sub sector of the textile industry, the handloom forms a precious part
of the generational legacy and exemplifies the richness and diversity of our country and
the artistry of the weavers. Tradition of weaving by hand is a part of the countrys
cultural ethos. As an economic activity, handloom is the 2 nd largest employment
provider next only to agriculture. The sector with 23.77 lakh handlooms provides
employment to 43.31 lakh persons. Of which, 10% are scheduled castes, 18% belong to
scheduled tribes, 45% OBC and 27% are from other Castes. Production in the
handloom sector recorded a figure of 6949(P) million sqr.meters in the year 2010-11,
which is about 23.23% over the production figure of 5493 million sqr. meters recorded in
the year 2003- 04. During 2011-12 production in the handloom sector is reported to be
5178 million sqr. meters (April Dec.,2011) and is given at table below10.
9

Ibid, dated 17.12.2012


op.cit., Annual Report 2011-12, p. 116

10

-8Cloth Production by Handloom Sector


Year

Share of Handloom
in the total cloth
production
16.2

Ratio of Handloom
to Powerloom (in
terms of cloth)
1:4.91

Total Cloth
Production*

2003-04

Cloth
Production by
Handloom
5493

2004-05

5722

16.1

1:4.95

35573

2005-06

6108

15.9

1:5.01

38390

2006-07

6536

15.9

1:5.03

41161

2007-08

6943

16.0

1:4.97

43265

2008-09

6677

15.9

1:5.04

42121

2009-10

6806

14.9

1:5.41

45819

2010-11

6949

14.6

1:5.59

47083

2011-12
(upto Dec.2011)

5178 (P)

33874

23110

* The total cloth production includes Handloom, Powerloom and Mill Sector excluding hosiery, khadi, wool and silk.

Problems faced by Handloom Weavers


Handloom sector has always been a weak competitor against Powerloom and
mill sectors.

Of the total cloth production in the country, the handloom sector

contributes about 14 per cent11.


The handloom sector is facing a number of problems like obsolete technology
and traditional production techniques, high price of hank yarn, inadequate availability of
inputs, lack of new designs, choking of credit lines, inadequate training for upgradation
of skills etc., infrastructural constraints, lack of working capital, competition from
machine made products and inadequate marketing intelligence and feedback. Besides,
it suffers from disadvantages like unorganised structure, weak financial base of the
weavers and bureaucratization/ politicization of cooperatives.

In many belts of

handloom weaving, the crisis of weavers has reached such a situation that very
significant numbers of weaves have been forced to give up their traditional skills and
take up employment as construction workers, rickshaw-pullers, vendors etc12.

11
12

Facts For You, Vol. 31, No.8, May 2011, p. 21


Mainstream, New Delhi, 20 July 2009, pp. 11-12

-9Restructuring Package for Handloom Sector


In pursuance to the Budget announcement (2011-12), Revival, Reform and
Restructuring package for Handloom Sector, having financial implication of Rs.3884
crore, has been approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on
24.11.2011. Of this Rs.3884 crores, Government of Indias share is Rs. 3137 crore and
that of State Governments, is Rs. 747 crore.

As per the guidelines of said package,

State Governments are required to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) as a


token of their commitment to contribute State share for the implementation of Financial
Package in their States and effecting legal and institutional reforms of Handloom
cooperative societies. So far 23 States (except Chhatisgarh, Nagaland and Punjab)
have signed MoU including the State of Andhra Pradesh and states have released
altogether Rs. 62.95 crore towards their share13.
Speaking on the inaugural of the Ninth India International Textile Machinery
Exhibition (ITME), held in Mumbai, Textiles Commissioner A.B. Joshi said that the
Union Ministry of Textiles will give a thrust to the weaving sector during the 12th Plan
period14.

Financial Assistance for Weavers


For the overall and holistic development of handloom sector and welfare of
handloom weavers, the Government is implementing following 5 plan schemes
including health insurance scheme:i)

Integrated Handlooms Development Scheme

ii)

Handloom Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme

iii)

Market and Export Promotion Scheme

iv)

Mill Gate Price Scheme

v)

Diversified Handloom Development Scheme

The scheme-wise fund released during the last two years and current year 201213 is given below:
13
14

op.cit., PIB Release, dated 19.12.2012


The Hindu, Delhi, dated 4 December 2012

-10-

(Rs. in crore)
Sl. No. Name of the Scheme
1.

Integrated Handloom
Scheme (IHDS)

Development

168.00

219.49

2012-13
(As on 30.10.2012)
63.12

2.

Marketing & Export Promotion Scheme


(M&EPS)

58.61

53.59

23.17

3.

Diversified Handloom
Scheme (DHDS)

200.00

4.

Mill Gate Price Scheme (MGPS)

65.00

54.27

94.82

5.

Handloom Weavers Comprehensive


Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)

115.48

66.96

70.35

407.09

594.31

251.46

Development

Total

2010-11

2011-12

The State-wise funds are released under Integrated Handlooms Development


Scheme (IHDS) and Marketing & Export Promotion Scheme (MEPS) only and in other
three schemes, funds are released directly to the implementing agencies. The State
wise funds released under IHDS and MEPS for last two year and current year are given
in the Annexure-II.
For protection of Handloom products from Powerloom products and produced in
mechanized sector, Government of India is implementing Handloom Reservation
Act. Further Handloom Mark has also been included to distinguish Handloom product
from the products made on power loom and mill sector15.

Waiver of Loans to Handloom Weavers


The Revival, Reform and Restructuring Package for Handloom Sector also
covers loan waiver of 100% of principal and 25% of interest, which is overdue as on
31.03.2010 in respect of eligible individual handloom weavers and weavers cooperative
societies.

15

op.cit., PIB Release, dated 19.12.2012

-11For fresh loans, Government has also introduced Institutional Credit for
Handloom Sector, which is being operationalized under Integrated Handloom
Development Scheme. The intervention includes (i) Issuance of Weaver Credit Cards
(ii) Interest Subvention

@ 3% for 3 years on fresh loans sanctioned, (iii) margin

money assistance @ Rs.4200 per individual weaver and (iv) Credit Guarantee for 3
years. There was no scheme for loans to weavers before 24.11.2011. Data on credit by
weavers from different sources has been collected only in the decadal census of
handloom weavers.
In order to make the weavers aware of the scheme and also, to collect
applications from the weavers for issue of Weaver Credit Cards (WCC), 674 camps
were organized across the country involving the State Governments, lead banks, and
Weavers Service Centres. The scheme was also popularized using All India Radio.
Three jingles were broadcasted w.e.f. 16.8.2012 to 15.09.2012 all over India in 9
regional languages (Tamil, Telgu, Oriya, Assamese, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali,
Manipuri, Dogri) and in Hindi in 3 slots (8 am, 2 pm and 8 pm).
As per information available from 24 States, 12,454 Weavers Credit Cards have
been issued by the banks, with a sanction and disbursal loans of Rs.4511 lakh and
Rs.1407.98 lakh respectively till 31.10.2012.
Loan Waiver Amount for societies assessed by NABARD by Special Audit till
15.11.2012 has been reported at Rs.180.13 crore for Apex Societies and Rs.222.88
crore for primary cooperative societies. In addition, a sum of Rs.71.10 crore for 32081
individual weavers and 2399 Self Help Groups has been vetted by State Govt. Hence,
total amount assessed till 15.11.2012 has been reported at Rs.474.11 crore16.
So far NABARD has sanctioned Rs. 209.77 crores and a sum of Rs. 27.50 crore
has been released. The details of loan sanctioned and released by NABARD are as
follows:-

16

Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 130 dated 3.12.2012

-12Loan Waiver Amount Sanctioned and Released


by NABARD till 21.11.2012
(Rs crore)
S. No.
Name of State
Sanctioned Released
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8.
9.
10.

Andhra Pradesh
Gujarat
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Odisha
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh
Total

128.23
1.35
0.50
20.85
0.08
7.65
0.08
33.29
0.28
17.46
209.77

10.00
1.15
1.76
0.08
7.65
0.07
0.26
6.53
27.50

The number of cooperative societies and weavers identified as beneficiaries


State-wise till 21.11.2012 is given below17:S. No.

Name of State

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8.
9.
10.

Andhra Pradesh
Gujarat
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Odisha
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Uttarakhand
Uttar Pradesh
Total

Apex
Societies
1
2
1
4
8

Primary
Societies
249
60
1
1
0
311

Individual Weavers
including SHGs
4899 & 10 SHGs
201
966
44
4104
468
42
14613
25337 & 10 SHGs

For power loom and mechanized sector, Government is implementing Group


Insurance Scheme (GIS) which gives coverage to natural death, accidental death, total
permanent disability and partial disability18.
(Rs. in crores)

17
18

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13 (As on July 2012)

2.24

2.40

1. 63

Ibid
op.cit., PIB Release dated 19.12.2012

-13Conclusion
The Indian textile sector recorded significant recovery inspite of the global
financial crisis, inflationary trends and volatility in commodity prices which lead to build
up of strong demands side pressures. Thus the growth and all round development of
textile industry has a direct bearing on the improvement of the economy of the nation.
An additional investment of Rs. 1,50,600 crore has been provided in the Outcome
Budget 2011-12 for modernisation and consolidating the industry to make it globally
competitive and to strengthen and encourage the handloom industry19.

19

India, Ministry of Textiles, Outcome Budget 2011-12, p.4

Annexure-I
Details of Training Centres Set Up in different States under the components,
number of people trained and placements
Component I
Implementing Agency/Sectors

State /UTs Covered

ATDC - Apparel / Garmenting


ATIRA - Apparel / Garmenting, Spinning,
Weaving, Processing, Technical Textiles,
Textiles / Apparel Designing
BTRA - Apparel / Garmenting, Weaving,
Processing,
Technical Textiles
NITRA - Apparel / Garmenting, Textile
Technology,
Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Textiles / Apparel Quality Control, Processing, Technical Textiles
SITRA - Apparel / Garmenting, Textile
Technology,
Spinning, Weaving, Knitting, Textiles / Apparel Quality Control, Textiles / Apparel Designing,
Technical Textiles
Textiles Committee - Textiles / Apparel Quality Control

Pan India
Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, West
Bengal, Rajasthan, Maharashtra.
Maharashtra.

Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan.

Tamil Nadu

Maharashtra, Delhi, Tamil Nadu,


Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh,
Karnataka, West Bengal
IICT, Bhadohi - Carpet, Manufacturing
Uttar Pradesh.
IJT - Jute
West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh.
IJIRA - Jute
West Bengal, Assam
SASMIRA - Apparel / Garmenting,Weaving, Maharashtra.
Processing, Knitting, Textiles / Apparel - Quality
Control, Textiles / Apparel Designing,Technical
Textiles
MHSC - Metal Handicraft
Uttar Pradesh
MANTRA - Non-Woven
Gujarat
IICT, Srinagar -Carpet Manufacturing
Jammu & Kashmir
CSB -Sericulture
Karnataka, Jammu & Kashmir,
Jharkhand, Assam, Orissa,
Chhattisgarh.
O/o TxC - Apparel / Garmenting, Weaving, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat,
Textiles / Apparel Designing
Punjab,
Uttar Pradesh,
Bihar, Andhra Pradesh,
Orissa,
West Bengal.
DC Handlooms - Handlooms
25 WSCs and 5 IIHTs across India
EPCH - Handicrafts
Delhi, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Uttar
Pradesh
PDEXCIL - Spinning, Knitting, Technical Textiles Tamil Nadu

-15Component II
Implementing Agency/Sectors

State /UTs Covered

Modelama Exports Ltd. -Apparel/


Garmenting
IL&FS Cluster Development Initiative
Ltd. -Apparel/ Garmenting
Technopak Advisors Pvt. Ltd. - Apparel/
Garmenting
ALT Training College Foundation Apparel/ Garmenting
Sri Karthikeya Spinning and Weaving
Mills Private Ltd. -Spinning and/or
Weaving
Southern India Mills Association Spinning and/or Weaving
IL&FS Cluster Development Initiative
Ltd. - Spinning and/or Weaving
Matrix Clothing Pvt. Ltd. -Apparel/
Garmenting
Lakshmi Cotsyn Limited -Apparel/
Garmenting
Modelama Exports Ltd. - North East and
J&K
West Bengal Consultancy Organisation
Ltd. - Jute
IL&FS Cluster Development Initiative
Ltd. - Handloom and/or Handicraft

NCR, Rajasthan

Source: PIB Release, 19.12.2012

Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, NCR and


Andhra Pradesh.
Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra
Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh,
Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu

Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu


Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu
NCR, Rajasthan, Haryana
Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh
North East and J&K
West Bengal and Sikkim
Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya
Pradesh, Karnataka, Rajasthan,
Jharkhand, Gujarat, West Bengal,
Orissa, Tripura

-16The state wise number of people trained under the scheme as on Oct. 2012 is
given below:Sl. No.

State

Number of people trained


(as on October 2012)
603

1.

Andhra Pradesh

2.

Assam

501

3.

Bihar

1691

4.

Chhattisgarh

1420

5.

Delhi

976

6.

Gujarat

18551

7.

Haryana

1507

8.

Himachal Pradesh

20

9.

Jammu & Kashmir

465

10.

Jharkhand

768

11.

Karnataka

3317

12.

Kerala

1572

13.

Madhya Pradesh

4936

14.

Maharashtra

3724

15.

Manipur

25

16.

Meghalaya

288

17.

Orissa

6251

18.

Punjab

561

19.

Rajasthan

6655

20.

Tamil Nadu

10961

21.

Tripura

736

22.

Uttar Pradesh

2704

23.

Uttrakhand

24.

West Bengal

5822

TOTAL

74094

40

-17As reported by the Implementing Agencies, the details of placement are as under:Placement Status as of October 2012
Already
working in the
industry/Skill
Upgradation
MANTRA

Placed in
manufacturing
unit

155

SASMIRA

Self
Employed

TOTAL

135

290

64

ATDC

11060

PDEXCIL
Textiles Committee

64
12228

64

64

IICT Srinagar

156

SITRA

23288

3788

156
3788

CSB

159

159

NITRA

964

325

1289

IJIRA

193

80

273

IJT

5827

5827

ATIRA

18202

18202

TOTAL

29129

Source: PIB Release, 17.12.2012

11594

12678

53401

-18Annexure-II
Details of releases made during last two years 2010-11 and 2011-12 and the current
year i.e. 2012-13 to various States under Integrated Handloom Development Scheme
(IHDS) & Marketing Export Promotion Scheme (MEPS)
(Rs. in Crores)
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Name of the State

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
J&K
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa
Pondicherry
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttrakhand
West Bengal
Total
Other Organisations
Grand Total

Integrated Handloom
Development Scheme
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
(As on
30.10.2012)
13.93
9.58
8.90
1.88
4.72
0.00
10.25
10.97
7.40
1.78
1.05
0.00
2.59
0.94
0.49
3.01
0.16
0.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.77
2.00
0.00
0.47
0.08
0.00
2.44
3.43
0.09
1.92
0.71
0.41
3.84
8.90
0.00
1.73
5.62
0.50
1.24
9.17
0.00
3.09
2.80
2.06
3.10
2.22
0.00
6.17
19.16
0.00
2.61
5.46
0.00
1.97
0.60
0.50
8.02
19.19
0.00
7.12
14.10
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.15
0.00
1.72
0.50
0.00
0.47
0.67
0.00
48.68
44.56
10.58
2.98
7.05
0.11
13.06
12.01
2.77
3.06
1.10
0.34
9.02
15.94
2.77
156.92
202.84
37.12

Marketing & Export Promotion


Scheme
2010-11 2011-12
2012-13
As on
07.12.2012)
2.04
3.26
0.23
1.75
0.39
0.00
5.73
4.60
2.15
0.04
0.39
0.23
1.12
2.06
0.96
0.16
0.09
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.27
0.89
0.03
0.33
0.15
0.00
0.61
0.58
0.27
0.28
0.35
0.32
0.18
0.00
0.00
1.37
1.86
0.35
0.00
0.21
0.00
0.93
0.74
0.77
0.99
1.84
1.46
1.64
1.72
0.80
0.42
0.58
0.00
0.05
0.14
0.00
2.33
2.37
1.76
1.09
0.59
0.23
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.38
0.11
0.45
0.13
0.52
0.30
1.44
1.70
0.00
0.44
1.10
0.20
2.09
2.49
1.38
0.43
0.38
0.24
1.80
0.46
0.13
28.04
29.57
12.26

11.08

16.65

26.00

30.57

24.57

10.91

168.00

219.49

63.12

58.61

53.59

23.17

Source: PIB Release, 19.12.2012