Schemes for MSMES in Textile and Apparel Sector
integrated textile parks:
The government is giving additional grant for apparel manufacturing units for Integrated Textile Parks in order to provide state-of-the-art infrastructure for textile units. The scheme offers 40 per cent of the proposed project cost with a cap of Rs 10 crore per park. who: A project scrutiny committee screens the proposals submitted by industry association or entrepreneurial groups.
Catalytic Development programme (CAD): To support states’ efforts in improving quality and productivity of raw silk, the scheme offers a project based funding through implementing agencies with a preference to small and marginal farmers. who: Cooperative bodies can apply for the scheme through Central Silk Board.
Comprehensive handloom Cluster Development (CHCD): The scheme executed from the Development Commissioner (Handlooms) office aims to improve the infrastructure, storage conditions, and technologies in pre and post loom operations. who: Special Purpose Vehicles set up for the purpose in the cluster can avail the assistance in setting up basic and technical common infrastructure. Comprehensive handloom Development: The Ministry provides need-based assistance to organisations towards integrated and holistic development of handlooms as well as weavers.
Yarn Supply: National Handloom Development Corporation (NHDC) reinvests in mobiles vans, operated to supply yarn, at Rs 1500 per day, to supply yarn at mill gate price and at 10 per cent price subsidy.
pashmina wool Development: Under the scheme, Pashmina wool-growers can avail the government support relating to livestock rearing or shearing.
Design and technology Upgradation: The government provides 100 percent grant to handicraft corporations and apex cooperatives for training in skill development, design technology, market intelligence, awareness activities, prototype designs etc. with a limit of Rs 10,000 per kit per person.
ambedkar hastshilp Vikas Yojana: The scheme targets integrated development of potential handicraft clusters with participation of craft persons by supporting them through social, technological, financial, and market-oriented interventions.
who: Cooperatives, corporations, and organisations can avail the benefits of the scheme.