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    • KHADI GROUP ACTIVITES PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE VISION R.B.CHAVAN FORMER PROFESSOR, IIT DELHI CONSULTANT MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF RURAL INDUSTRIALIZATION WARDHA
    • OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION OF WELL ESTABLISHED TECHNOLOGIES PRACTICED IN MILL SECTOR WHICH WILL ENHANCE THE QUALITY AND SALE OF KHADI DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF EQUIPMENTS IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY HRD PROGRAMMES FOR TECHNICAL AWARENESS
    • PRESENT STATUS ACTIVITIES SINCE APRIL 2001 PHILOSOPHY NO BASIC RESEARCH IDENTIFICATION OF WELL ESTABLISHED TECHNOLOGIES PRACTICED IN LARGE TEXTILE MILL SECTOR (MASS PRODUCTION) DOWNSIZING THE IDENTIFIED TECHNOLOGIES AND MAKING THEM SUITABLE FOR KHADI SECTOR (PRODUCTION BY MASSES)
    • STRATEGY PHASE 1 STANDARDIZATION OF IDENTIFIED TECHNOLOGY PHASE 2 DEMONSTRATION OF TECHNOLOGY PHASE 3 DEMONSTRATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN SELECTED KHADI INSTITUTIONS PHASE 4 TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY IN SELECTED KHADI SECTOR
    • TECHNOLOGIES IDENTIFIED AND STANDARDIZED
      • FINISHING OF KHADI FABRICS AND GARMENTS
      • DYEING OF KHADI WITH NATURAL DYES
      • MERCERIZATION OF KHADI YARN
      • QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL FOR KHADI
      • SPINNING OF DESI WOOL FROM HIMACHAL PRADESH
    • Mercerization machine cloth dyeing machine Hank dyeing machine Machine design and fabrication
    • Lap making machine Carding machine Sliver making machine
    • Cotton roving making machine 2 spindle Desi wool charkha 4 Spindle Desi wool charkha
    • PUBLICATIONS QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL FOR KHADI (HINDI & ENGLISH) QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL AT A GALNCE (HINDI & ENGLISH) FINISHING OF KHADI
    • LABORATORIES SET UP AT MGIRI
      • QUALITY ASSURANCE LABORATORY
      • PRE-SPINNING and spinning LABORATORY
      • WEAVING LABORATORY
      • CHEMICAL PROCESSING LABORATORY
      LABORATORIES IN THE PLANNING 1. PRINTING LABORATORY 2. GARMENT LABORATORY
    • TECHNOLOGIES TRANSFERRED FINISHING OF KHADI FABRICS AND GARMENTS TRANSFERRED AT KSHETRIYA SHRI GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI SETTING UP QUALITY ASSURANCE LABORATORIES KVIC HAS SET UP 20 QUALITY ASSURANCE LABORATORIES AT CENTRAL SLIVER PLANTS SELECTED KHADI INSTITUTIONS
    • GRANT OF RS 12.5 LAKHS FROM KVIC FOR SETTING UP MODEL GARMENT FINISHING UNIT
    • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER JUNE 2, 2003 MODEL GARMENT FINISHING UNIT AT KSHETRIYA SHRI GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
    • IMPACT
      • CREATED AWARENESS FOR IMPORTANCE AND NEED OF TECHNICAL INPUTS IN KHADI SECTOR
      • GENERATED NEW HOPES FOR THE BRIGHT FUTURE OF KHADI
      • INTRODUCTION OF FINISHING TECHNOLOGY HELPED IN BRINGING STOCK OF UNSOLD KHADI TO ZERO LEVEL AT GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
      • ENHANCEMENT OF KHADI SALE WITH ACCOMPANIED MONETARY BENEFITS
      • SETTING UP QUALITY ASSURANCE LABORATORIES CREATED AWARENESS OF QUALITY.
      • ABLE TO PRODUCE SLIVER, ROVING AND YARN OF DESIRED COUNT, TWIST AND STRENGTH
      • ABLE TO IDENTIFY FAULTS AND RECTIFY THEM
    • TECHNOLOGIES READY FOR TRANSFER
      • MERCERIZATION OF KHADI YARN
      • DYEING OF KHADI WITH NATURAL DYES
      • SPINNING OF DESI WOOL
      • POPULARIZATION OF MINI SLIVER PLANT FOR CLUSTER ACTIVITY OF FARMERS CULTIVATING ORGANIC COTTON
    • FUNDS FOR TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER 100% KVIC S & T FUNDS FINANCIAL STAKE OF KHADI INSTITUTIONS IS ESSENTIAL PART FUNDS FROM KHADI INSTITUTIONS SUGGESTION 75% KVIC 25% KHADI INSTITUTION IDEAL 50% KVIC 50% KHADI INSTITTUION
    • WORD OF CAUTION EASY TO PROVIDE FUNDS AND INSTAL THE FACILITY IN TERMS OF EQUIPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE FOR INTRODUCTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY RESPONSIBILITY OF TECHNOLOGY PROVIDER, KVIC AND KHADI ISNTITUTION DOES NOT END HERE MOST IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITY TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
    • STATUS OF FINISHING TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERRED AT GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI 2,26,974 25,523 1,27,624 April 2006 – Oct. 2006 6,90,180 78,565 3,92,823 2004 - 2005 5,99,802 59,102 2,95,509 June 2003 – March 2004 VALUE Rs EQUIVALENT GARMENTS No. PRODUCTION METRES PERIOD
    • PROBLEMS IN TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
      • TECHNOLOGY OF FINISHING OF KHADI
      • MANAGERIAL SUPPORT TO THE TECHNICAL EXPERT
      • KSHETRIYA SHRI GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI FINISHING UNIT WAS USED AS COMMON FACILITY CENTRE BY 13 KHADI INSTITUIONS IN THE NEGHBOURING AREA.
      • TIMELY PAYMENT OF THE COST OF FINISHED MATERIAL
      • BARABANKI INSTITUTION HAS TO PURCHASE THE CHEMICALS NECESSARY FOR FINISHING ON CASH PAYMENT
    • BARABANKI INSITTUION HAS TO SLOW DOWN THE FINISHING ACTIVITY PRESENT STATUS FAILURE OF SUCH A USEFUL TECHNOLOGY THESE ASPECTS MUST BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION BEFORE THE TRNSFER OF TECHNOLOGY THE TRANSFERRED TECHNOLOGY MUST USE SUCCESSFULLY FOR MINIMUM OF 5 YEARS TO RECOVER THE INVESTED AMOUNT. DUE TO NON-AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS FROM USED KHADI INSTITTUIONS NO FUNDS WERE AVAILABLE FOR THE PURCHASE OF CHEMICALS
    • QUALITY ASSURANCE LABORATORIES
      • KVIC FUNDED TO SET UP 20 QA LABORATRIES IN 6 CENTRAL SLIVER PLANTS AND SELECTED KHADI INSTITUIONS
      • MAJOR PROBLEM OF PUTTING A PROPERLY QULAIFIED PERSON TO MANAGE THE LABORATORY
      • SUPERVISON BY KVIC OFFICERS ESSENTIAL ON THE WORKING AND UTILIZATION OF LABORATORY FACILITY BY SUITABLY QUALIFIED STAFF
      REVIEW OF THE TECHNOLOGY AT FREQUENT INTERVAL WILL GO A LONG WAY IN PROPER TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND REALIZING THE BENEFITS OF THE TECHNOLOGY
    • FUTURE VISION TECHNOLOGY MISSION FOR KHADI GANDHI’S QUOTE ON R&D IN KHADI WE MUST DEVISE SUCH A CHARKHA WHICH WILL YIELD BETTER AND MORE YARN. (QA & PRODUCTIVITY). WE MUST MAKE SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS AND DECLARE FROM THE HOUSETOPS THE RESULTS OF OUR EXPERIMENTS.
    • HE FURTHER SAID THIS IMPORTANT TASK HAD TO BE UNDERTAKEN BY COMMITTED KHADI WORKERS WHO ARE FIRED WITH THE ZEAL TO IMPROVE THE MISERABLE CONDITIONS OF THE HANDSPINNERS AND WEAVERS BECAUSE THE QUALIFIED TEXTILE TECHNICIANS AND RESEARCHERS PAID THEIR ATTENTION ONLY TO THE PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS OF THE ORGANIZED TEXTILE INDUSTRY FOR MONEY AND NAME. THE SAME SITUATION CONTINUES EVEN TO DAY
    • TEXTILE PRODUCTION IN INDIA ORGANIZED MILL SECTOR 4% POWERLOOM 63% HANDLOOM 14% KNITTING 19% KHADI 0.3-0.4% ALL R & D AND HIGHER EDUCATION ACTIVITIES ARE CATERING THE NEEDS OF ORGANIZED MILL SECTOR PRODUCING ONLY 4% OF TOTAL CLOTH IN THE COUNTRY.
    • R & D AND TECHNICAL MANPOWER SUPPORT TO ORGANIZED MILL SECTOR
      • R & D INSTITUTIONS
      • AHMEDABAD TEXTILE INDUSTRY REAEARCH ASSOC. (ATIRA)
      • BOMBAY TEXTILE INDUSTRY RES. ASSOC (BTRA)
      • NORTH INDIA TEXTILE INDUSTRY RES. ASSOC. (NITRA)
      • SOUTH INDIA TEXTILE INDUSTRY RES. ASSOC. (SITRA)
      • MAN MADE TEXTILE RES. ASSOC. (MANTRA)
      • SILK AND ART SILK MILLS RES. ASSOC. (SASMIRA)
      FUNDS PROVIDED BY MINISTRY OF TEXTILES MINIMUM OF 2-3 CRORES ANNUALY TO EACH LABORATORY
    • EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES DEGREE COLLEGES 40 POLY TECHNIQUES >50 NIFTS 06 PRIVATE INSTITUTES MANY
      • TECHNOLOGY UPGRADATION FUNDS
      • -1987 750 CRORES
      • 1999-2004 25,000 CRORES
    • INSTITUTIONSCATERING THE TECHNOLOGICAL NEEDS OF KHADI SECTOR
      • JAMNALAL BAJAJ CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE : ESTABLISHED IN 1957. ACTIVE TILL 1975 (Present MGIRI)
      • PRAYOG SAMITI, AHMEDABAD : ESTABLISHED IN 1958, STILL IN OPERATION.
      • DID VERY USEFUL R & D.
      • FUNDS PROVIDED FROM
      • 1982 – 1992 Rs. 26,95,233/-
      • 3. KVIC LABORATORY AT BORIVALI FOR R & D IN CHEMICAL PROCESSING ( PRESENTLY VERGE OF CLOSURE)
    • EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES KHADI VIDYALAYAS MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING CENTRES RUN BY KVIC MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING CENTRES RUN BY KHADI INSTITTUION FUNDED BY KVIC
      • COURSES
      • KHADI KARYAKARTA 10 MONTHS
      • KATAI/BUNAI KARYAKARTAS 6-10 MONTHS
      • NMC SPINNING ARTISAN 2-4 MONTHS
      • NEW WEAVER COURSE 12 MONTHS
      • DESIGN WEAVING 12 MONTHS
      • SEMI-AUTOMATIC LOOM 6 MONTHS
      • WEAVING
      • WARPING ARTISAN 2 MONTH
      • WET PROCESSING 14 MONTHS
      • KARYAKARTA
      • 9. DYEING, PRINTING ARTISAN 3 MONTHS
      • 10. MUSLIN SPINNING 11 MONTHS
      • 11.WEAVING 11 MONTHS
      • 12 POLYVASTRA SPINNING/WEAVING 6/10 MONTHS
    • NO STATISTICS ON EMPLOYABILITY OF PASSED OUT STUDENTS NO SYLLABUS RESTRUCTURING AT FREQUENT INTERVALS NO PROVISION OF REFRESHER COURSES INADEQUATE LABORATOTY FACILITIES NO R & D CULTURE NO SCOPE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
    • SURVEY OF KHADI INSTITUTIONS
      • KHADI INSTITUTIONS IN VIDARBHA
      • GRAM SEVA MANDAL, GOPURI
      • MAHAROGI SEWA SAMMITTEE, DUTTPUR
      • NAG VIDARBHA CHARKHA SANGH, MUL-CHANDRAPUR
      • NAGPUR KHADI MANDAL, GANDHISAGAR, NAGPUR
      • MAGAN SANGRAHALAYA, WARDHA
      • SANE GURUJI GRAM VIKAS PRATISTHAN, NAGPUR
      • NAGPUR DYEING AND PRINTING WORKS, NAGPUR
      • PROCESS HOUSE, NAG VIDARBHA CHARKHA SANGH, KHAPRI, NAGPUR
    • OBJECTIVES
      • TO GET AN IDEA OF PRESENT PRODUCTION PRACTICES IN KHADI INSTITUTIONS
      • OBJECTIVE STUDY OF DIFEFERENT PRODUCTION PROCESSES
      • FACTORS AFFECTING QUALITY OF KHADI
      • TO STUDY IF ANY PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PRACTICES ARE FOLLOWED
      • TO IDENTIFY TECHNOLOGY PROBLEMS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF PRODUCTION
      • TO SUGGEST THE TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION REQUIRED FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
    • OBSERVATIONS
      • THE REPORT IS FIRST HAND INFORMATION ON THE STATUS OF KHADI INSTITUTIONS IN VIDARBHA
      • NEEDLESS TO SAY THE STATUS OF TECHNOLOGY IS LOW AND THERE IS ENORMOUS SCOPE FOR IMPROVEMENT.
      • WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS THE SAME SITUATION IS LIKELY TO PREVAIL IN OTHER KHADI INSTITUTIONS IN THE COUNTRY.
    • FIRM BELIEF OF KHADI GROUP, IIT DELHI
      • Emphasis on introduction of technological inputs for radical improvement in khadi sector.
      • Technical inputs would enable khadi sector to meet the problems responsible for poor quality, dwindling sale and reduction in employment potentialities.
      • It is firmly believed that
      • Technical intervention at each stage of production,
      • Improvement in current work practices,
      • Introduction of new techniques and equipments
      • Quality control measures
      • Exhaustive training programmes
      • Are essential for improvement of the status of khadi sector
      • similar survey is essential for silk and wool khadi.
    • IMMEDIATE PRIORITIES FOR KHADI SECTOR
      • EXHAUSTIVE TECHNICAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES IN SPINNING, WEAVING, CHEMICAL PROCESSING AND QUALITY CONTROL
      • STANDARDIZATION OF HANK SIZING AND PROVISION OF READY WARP BEAM TO WEAVER TO IMPROVE WEAVING PRODUCTIVITY AND WEAVER’S EARNINGS.
      • CHEMICAL PROCESSING FOR VALUE ADDITION IS ONE OF THE WEAKEST LINK. STRENGTHENING OF EXISTING PROCESSING FACILITIES AND IF NECESSARY SETTING UP NEW PROCESSING UNITS AS COMMON FACILITY CENTRES.
      • INTODUCTION OF HANK MERCERIZATION PROCESS
      • INTRODUCTION OF NATURAL DYEING AND PRINTING PROCESSES
      • SETTING UP QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORIES
      • SETTING UP DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
      • DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF SUITABLE EQUIPMENTS
      • SETTING UP MODEL KHADI UNITS.
    • TECHNOLOGY MISSION FOR KHADI
      • OBJECTIVE
      • TECHNOLOGY INPUTS TO MAKE KHADI COMPETITIVE
    • TECHNOLOGY INPUTS IN KHADI
      • QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
      • INCREASE IN PRODUCTIVITY
      • PRODUCTION AS PER MARKET DEMANDS
      • PRODUCT AND DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
      • MARKETING
      • EXHAUSTIVE TRAINING PROGRAMMES
    • LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
      • COMPOSITION OF EXPERT COMMITTEE
      • EXPERTS FROM KVIC
      • EXPERTS FROM KHADI INSTITUTIONS (COTTON, WOOL AND SILK)
      • EXPERTS FROM IIT AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
    • TERMS OF REFERENCE
      • Identification of technological inputs required from fibre to finished product stage
      • Identification of persons in khadi sector and various other institutions who can provide the desired technical inputs through R & D.
      • Identification of khadi institutions for Setting up model units
      • Technology dissemination and technology transfer
      • Planning of exhaustive training programmes
    • TERMS OF REFERENCE
      • Setting up quality assurance laboratories.
      • Strengthening of khadi vidyalayas for technical man-power generation. Such a vidyalaya may be associated with each model unit
      • Technical publication for innovative technological ideas and their implementation in khadi sector.
      • Policy for capacity utilization of model units
      • Policy of working capital circulation (immediate payment for production activities)
      • Co-ordination within the khadi institutions
      • Strengthening of KVI Boards
      • Any other
    • WHAT IS REQUIRED
      • TO UNDERSTAND THE NEED OF THE HOUR
      • ALLOCATION OF SUITABLE FUNDS
      • MOVE WITH
      • COLLECTIVE WISDOM
      • &
      • SENSE OF HONESTY TOWARDS THE CAUSE
        • WILL GO A LONG WAY
      • IN MAKING KHADI
      • A FABRIC OF NATIONAL PRIDE.
    • LOOK FORWARD WITH GREAT HOPES SIR YOU BEING THE CEO OF ONE OF THE BIGGEST BUT TECHNOLOGICALLY DEPRIVED SECTOR WE LOOK FORWARD WITH GREAT HOPES TOWARDS YOU TO PROVIDE NECESSARY LEADERSHIP AND TECHNOLOGICAL IMPETUS TO PUT THIS HERITAGE SECTOR ON ITS WELL DESERVED PAST GLORY AND DIGNITY