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  • 1. KHADI & Village Industries Commission
  • 2. KHADI (brand ambassador): Mahatma Gandhi Khadi refers to handspun and hand-woven cloth and the raw materials may be cotton, silk, or wool, which are spun into threads. Khadi was launched in 1920 as a political weapon in the Swadeshi movement of Mahatma Gandhi. Khadi is sourced from different parts of India like INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Village Industry Any industry located in a rural area which produces any goods or renders any service with or without the use of power and in which the fixed capital investment per head of an artisan or a worker does not exceed [one lakh rupees] or such other sum as may, by notification in the Official Gazette, be specified from time to time by the Central Government. Relevance of Khadi and village industry Both are labor intensive in nature and we are labor surplus country. Required little capital to set up.
  • 4. Khadi and Village Industries Commission KVIC is a statutory body formed by the Government India. Six zonal offices in Delhi Bhopal, Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai and Guwahati. want to reach every household in rural area To provide additional employment of 37 lakhs persons by the end of 2011-12 through Abbreviation KVIC Formation 1956 Headquarters Mumbai Parent organization MoMSMEs Minister of MSME Dinesh Patel Chairperson Kumud Joshi Staff Around 94 lacs
  • 5. Chronology 1935 – All India Village Industries Association was formed. 1946 – Government of Madras sought the advice of Gandhiji and set up a department for Khadi. 1953 - Govt. of India set up All India Khadi & Village Industries Board (AIKVIB) 1955 - It was decided that a statutory body should replace the Board. 1956 - Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act 1956, was passed. 1957 - Khadi and Village Industries Commission came into being.
  • 6. OBJECTIVE SOCIAL OBJECTIVE: Creating and providing employment opportunities in Rural areas with focus on women and other weaker sections of the society.   ECONOMIC OBJECTIVE: Making use of locally available raw material and skill.   WIDEROBJECTIVE: Creating sense of self-reliance among the rural people PROMISE: Transparency, responsiveness and prompt action on queries/request from the target group. GUIDANCE, HELPANDCOMPLAINTS : Contact Public Relation Officer at KVIC.  
  • 7. The KVIC has broadly re-grouped various village industries underseven heads: Agro Based and Food Processing Industry (Fruit and Vegetable Processing, pulses processing ,village oil etc) Polymer and Chemical Based Industry (Soap Industry, LeatherIndustry ) Forest Based Industry (Medicinal Plants Industry, Bee Keeping Industry) Mineral Based Industry (Lime)
  • 8. Handmade Paper and Fiber Industry (Handmade PaperIndustry, FiberIndustry) Rural Engineering and Bio – Technology Industry (Non – Conventional Energy , Electronics) Service Industry
  • 9. Function of KVIC Planning, promotion, organization and implementation of programs for the development of Khadi and other village industries in the rural areas. Training of persons employed or desirous of seeking employment in Khadi and Village Industries. To build up reserves of raw materials and supply them to persons engaged or likely to be engaged in production of handspun yarn or Khadi or Village Industries. To provide financial assistance to institutions or persons engaged in the development and operation of Khadi or Village Industries Studies of the problems of Khadi or Village Industries.
  • 10. Performance & Statistics : Sales Year (Rs. In Crores) Khadi Village Industries Total 2000-2001 570.55 7384.55 7955.10 2004-2005 617.84 12487.35 13105.19 2005-2006 628.69 14647.33 15276.02 2006-2007 663.19 16899.21 17562.40 2007-2008 724.39 20819.09 21543.48 2008-2009 799.60 21948.59 22748.19
  • 11. Employment
  • 12. Scheme & program of the commission Prime Ministers Employment Generation Program (PMEGP) Rajiv Gandhi Swavlamban RozgarYojna (RGSRY) Rural Industry Service Centre (RISC) Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certification Scheme (ISEC)
  • 13. Implementation of schemes & program State offices (29) , K&VI, Corporative Societies(30,138) K&VI, Co-operative societies, Entrepreneur K&VI, Co-operative societies, Entrepreneur