Directorate of Handloom and Textiles
The scheme is meant for enhancing the Net Disposable Resources position of the Handloom co-operative societies for creating assets. At present the share participation by Government is provided in cottage type/factory type/SC/ST societies @ 2, 3 & 5 times of the share taken by members respectively. The maximum amount of share participation is 5.00 lakh per society based on specific expansion/ modernisation/ revival project proposals
The scheme aims at government share participation in Hantex and Hanveev for strengthening their capital base and making them eligible for more cash credit facilities from financial institutions. The proposed outlay shall be utilized for activities like modernization, diversification of products and renovation of showrooms based on feasible/viable project proposals.
This scheme is for ensuring timely supply of quality raw materials at reasonable cost to weavers through yarn bank. Hank yarn subsidy to weavers on DBTS through Directorate of Handloom &Textiles
Self-employment Generation scheme is to promote entrepreneurship and employment in handloom sector. Margin money assistance (maximum 40% of the project cost) shall be given to the entrepreneurs on bankable projects to set up units for producing handloom products/ value addition of handloom products/ design of new and innovative products. Entrepreneurs with 10 years‟ experience in handloom weaving or having diploma in handloom or textile technology will be given Self-employment Generation scheme is to promote entrepreneurship and employment in handloom sector. Margin money assistance (maximum 40% of the project cost) shall be given to the entrepreneurs on bankable projects to set up units for producing handloom products/ value addition of handloom products/ design of new and innovative products. Entrepreneurs with 10 years‟ experience in handloom weaving or having diploma in handloom or textile technology will be given preference. The unit has to be set up with facilities for producing handloom products/value addition of handloom products/ design of new and innovative products. Individual entrepreneurs, partnership firms, private limited companies, startup units etc. can avail the benefit of this scheme for the projects in production and value addition of handloom products. That unit which does not take up weaving shall be an MSME with valid Udyog Adhar undertakingvalue addition in handloomproducts.
The objective of the programme is to motivate weavers /allied workers to improve productivity by providing attractive incentives for additional work based on scientific work assessment, annual sales turnover. All the activities shall be on considering and comparing input–output linked value process chain, ensuring i) value addition to the products ii) employment generated and iii) comparing total sales turnover of the institution & sector as a whole.
The scheme is intended to provide assistance to the weavers and their family members for meeting the expenses on marriage, children's education. The scheme will cover 17,000 weaver beneficiaries coming under Welfare Board. As per the scheme, minimum 8% of wages is recovered from weaver and equal contribution is provided by Government.
This component aims at providing export incentive @ 20% of the export turnover to the handloom co-operative societies, Hantex and Hanveev to promote and develop market of handloom products
Assistance to Hantex, Hanveev,Primary Handloom weavers co-operative societies to participate in handloom exhibitions/fairs, business to business meets, conduct of district level and regional handloom expos during festival periods, conducting buyers-sellers meets and to meet matching funds, if any, for expos organized by Government of India, assistance to Hantex/Hanveev/PHWCS to participate in national and international fairs/exhibition
Grant assistance to Handloom weavers co-operative societies and individual weavers under Hanveev to get them registered under “Handloom Mark Scheme”.
The main aim of the scheme is modernization in handloom sector. Including loom repair, technology up gradation, revitalization, revamping of work shed. This can be achieved through modernisation activities in handloom sector focusing 1.pre-loom processing 2. weaving 3. dyeing and printing, 4. value added products 5.basic infrastructure 6. Revamping of worksheds and common facility centres. The activities planned are technology upgradation in pre loom activities, spinning, and value addition including basic infrastructure facilities covering women friendly work places. The ultimate intension is to change the industry completely without affecting the traditional culture and basic principle.
Engaging professional designers through IIIHT, NIFT etc to develop new designs
and familiarize weavers. It intends to provide the service of at least one designer in each potential location to assist the weavers.
Grant to Indian Institute of Handloom Technology, Kannur for conducting intensive training, training to new weavers, and training in allied sectors covering the value chain with focused training modules.
Stipend to 3 year textile technology students at IIHT Venkatagiri and Gadgag andstudents in IIHT, Kannur.
This scheme intends to support comprehensive one time revival of power loom cooperative societies covering infrastructure, technology up gradation and product diversification including value added products.
This programme is meant for providing Government share capital for modernization/technical up gradation/diversification/renovation of the Power loom cooperative societies and production of valued added products based on comprehensive revival plan on financial tie up with financial institutions.
The scheme is intended for the assistance to Integrated Powerloom Societies
in the state under TEXFED for modernisation, procuring loom accessories for production of value added products based on concrete viable project proposals.
The scheme intends to moderniisation of co-operative spinning mills under TEXFED.
Primary Handloom Co-operative Societies, Hantex and Hanveev will be reimbursed for losses incurred on sale of handloom garments at discounted rates (20%) as per Government guidelines during Vishu Ramadan, Onam Bakreed and Christmas.
This is a scheme to increase the daily wage of weavers earning between Rs. 75 and Rs. 150 per day to Rs. 150 / - per day. Benefit under this scheme is available only for 100 days in a year.