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TexMin introduces dashboard for ISDS
The Ministry of Textiles has introduced a dashboard for Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS) hosted on the NIC cloud to bring more transparency into the system.
Designing seamless handloom garments
Seamless clothing plays an important role with its advance technology that quickens the production process and gives comfort for the wearer without a seam. Dr S Kauvery Bai and Pallavi BS elaborate on how to design and develop seamless handloom garments using double cloth tubular weaving technique.
New apparel centre inaugurated at Imphal
November 27, 2016 saw the inauguration of a new apparel and garment making centre at Imphal, Manipur by Smriti Irani, Union Minister for Textiles, Government of India.
TN launches new schemes for handloom
The Tamil Nadu Government has announced new schemes for promoting handloom, textile and khadi industries. A sum of Rs 175.23 crore would be spent on modernising six cooperative mills in the State.
Indian handloom sector’s future brightens
The India’s Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and the Ministry of Textiles signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop the Indian handloom industry with skill development. MSDE and the textiles ministry have chalked out a new strategy for promoting production and marketing of high value quality handloom products. At present, 28 Weavers Service Centres (WSCs) across the country are providing technical assistance to handloom weavers, which are the nodal agency for carrying out skill up-gradation training in the sector.
Textile clusters in Odisha
The Khaira block of Balasore in Odisha will soon have a textile cluster, which targets to bring economic boom for the weavers who mostly depend on trade of handloom and handicraft products for a living.
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