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  • 1. Decentralized Sector TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN INDIA NATURAL FIBRES / FABRICS MAN-MADE FIBRES / FABRICS Organized Sector (Mills) Spinning Composites Handloom Powerloom Khadi WOOL J UTE SILK COTTON RAYON Cellulose / viscose BLENDED (Synthetic + Natural) SYNTHETIC (Nylon, PET, PAN)
  • 2.  
  • 3. Share of Cloth Production
    • Organized Sector
    • Power Loom
    • Handloom
  • 4. NATIONALIZATION (1967)
    •    SETTING UP OF NATIONAL TEXTILE CORPORATION (NTC)
    •    MAIN OBJECTIVE: EMPLOYMENT RELIEF TO THOUSANDS OF WORKERS
    •    PRODUCTION OF CONTROLLED CLOTH
    •    EXPERIMENT MISERABLY FAILED
    •   MANY NTC MILLS CLOSED DOWN
  • 5. NATIONALIZATION (1967)
    •    SETTING UP OF NATIONAL TEXTILE CORPORATION (NTC)
    •    MAIN OBJECTIVE: EMPLOYMENT RELIEF TO THOUSANDS OF WORKERS
    •    PRODUCTION OF CONTROLLED CLOTH
    •    EXPERIMENT MISERABLY FAILED
    •   MANY NTC MILLS CLOSED DOWN
  • 6. NEW TEXTILE POLICY (1980)
    • OBJECTIVE: DEVELOP HARMONIOUSLY
    •    MILL, POWERLOOM AND HANDLOOM SECTORS
    •    RECOGNITION OF LACK OF MODERNIZATION AS MAIN CAUSE OF SICKNESS
    •    750 CRORE AS TEXTLE MODERNIZATION FUNDS IN 1986 
  • 7. WTO REGIME
    •    MEMBER OF WTO
    •    SIGNATORY TO GATT( GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TRADE AND TARRIF)
    •    END OF ATC (AGREEMENT OF TEXTILES AND CLOTHING) BY DECEMBER 2004.
    •    END OF QUOTA ERA
    •    TO FACE THE GLOBAL COMPETITION
    •  LIMITED TIME FOR
    •    INDUSTRY RESTRUCTURE
    •    IMPROVED QUALITY PRODUCTS AT COMPETITIVE PRICE
  • 8. NEED OF THE HOUR
    •    MODERNIZE TO COMPETE GLOBALLY
    •    WITHSTAND CHEAPER IMPORTS FROM CHINA, PAKISTAN AND OTHER SOUTH-EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
    • TECHNOLOGY UPGRADATION FUND SCHEME (TUFS)
    •    Rs 25 000 CRORE FOR MODERNIZATION
    •    5% RE-IMBERSEMENT OF INTEREST CHARGED BY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
    •    IN OPERATION FOR FIVE YEARS FROM APRIL 1999 – MARCH 2004
  • 9. NEED FOR KHADI MODERNIZATION
    • SPINNING
    • WEAVING
    • CHEMICAL PROCESSING (WEAKEST LINK)
    • GARMENT DESIGNING
    • GARMENT MAKING
    • GARMENT FINISHING
    • BUDGET PROVISON
  • 10. MISSION PROJECTS IN DPR
    • FINISHING OF KHADI GARMENTS
    • DYEING WITH NATURAL DYES
    • MERCERIZATION OF KHADI YARN
    • INTRODUCTION OF WOOL/ACRYLIC BLEND
    • QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL
    • HRD PROGRAMMES
  • 11. WORKSHOP AT IIT DELHI
    • FEB. 26-28, 2002
    • FINISHING TECHNOLOGIES DEMONSTRATED
    • SOFT FINISH
    • STIFF FINISH
    • ENZYME FINISH
    • STONELESS STONE WASH FINISH
    • WRINKLE FREE FINISH
    • FEED BACK
    • SOFT AND STIFF FINISH MOST SUITABLE
  • 12. EQUIPMENTS USED
    • DOMESTIC WASHING MACHINE (5Kg)
    • DOMESTIC HOT AIR DRYER (5Kg)
    • NOT SUITABLE FOR PRODUCTION
  • 13. FINISHING OF KHADI GARMENTS TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION
    • 1. April 25-26,2002 Central sliver plant, Etah UP
    • 2. June 29-30,2002 MGIRI, Wardha
    • 3. July 11-12, 2002 Gandhi Ashram, Barabanki
      • July 13-15,2002 Production
    • 4. Aug. 10-11, 2002 Gramodyog Samittee, Dausa
    • 5. Aug 31-Sept. 1,2002 Sarvodaya Sangh, Padyur
    • 6. Sept 7-8, 2002 khadi Gr. Samitee, Nanded
    • 7. Sept.21-22, 2002 Gandhi Ashram, Saharanpur
    • 8. Sept 30,Oct1,2002 khadi Gr. Sansthan, Ranchi
    •  
  • 14. WORKSHOP FEED BACK
    • FAVOURABLE
    • CONVINCING RESULTS
    • IMPROVEMENT IN KHADI QUALITY
    • WILL ENHANCE KHADI SALE
    • REDUCE KHADI STOCK
    • NON-FAVOURABLE
    • MACHINES NOT SUITABLE FOR PRODUCTION
    • FINISHING IN FABRIC FORM
    • INABILITY TO INVEST FOR MACHINES
  • 15. VISITS TO KHADI PROCESSING UNITS
    • Kshetriya Gandhi Ashram, Barabanki
    • Tamilnadu KVI Board, Bhavani sagar
    • Wavilal Khadi Gr. Pratisthan, Wavilal (AP)
    • Marathwada Khadi Gr. Samitee, Ausa (Maharashtra)
    • Assam KVI Board, Guwahati
  • 16. GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
    • VERY GOOD FABRIC PROCESSING FACILITIES
    • GOOD TECHNICAL MAN POWER
    • ONLY UNIT TO ADOPT AND COMMERCIALIZE FINISHING TECHNIQUES IN FABRIC FORM
    • CAN BE USED AS COMMON FACILITY CENTRE IN UP
  • 17. TAMILNADU KVI BOARD
    • ESSENTIAL MACHINES AVAILABLE
    • CAN BE USED AS COMMON FACILITY CENTRE
    • NEED TO STRENGTHEN TECHNICAL MAN POWER
  • 18. WAVILAL KHADI GR. PRATISTHAN, (AP)
    • INADEQUATE MACHINES
    • GOOD TECHNICAL MANPOWER
    • NEED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL MACHINES
    • NOT SUITABLE FOR COMMON FACILITY CENTRE IN PRESENT STATE
  • 19. Marathwada Khadi Gr. Samitee, (Maharashtra)
    • INADEQUATE MACHINES
    • NEED TO STRENGTHEN TECHNICAL MANPOWER
    • NEED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL MACHINES
    • NOT SUITABLE FOR COMMON FACILITY CENTRE IN PRESENT STATE
  • 20. Assam KVI Board, Guwahati
    • NEW PROCESS HOUSE
    • EQUIPPED WITH ESSENTIAL MACHINES EXCEPT PADDING MANGLE
    • NEED TO PROVIDE PADDING MANGLE
    • NEED TO STRENGTHEN TECHNICAL MANPOWER
    • CAN BE USED AS COMMON FACILITY CENTRE
  • 21. TRANSFER OF FINISHING TECHNOLOGY
    • NEED TO IMPROVE KHADI QUALITY
    • VALUE ADDITION THROUGH CHEMICAL PROCESSING
    • NEED TO IMPROVE CHEMICALL PROCESSING FACILITIES ON ALL INDIA BASIS
    • TRANSFER OF FINISHING TECHNOLOGY AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES TO BE DEVELOPED AT IIT DELHI KHADI GROUP
  • 22. MECHANISM OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
    • NOT FEASIBLE TO START PROCESS HOUSE IN INDIVIDUAL KHADI UNITS DUE HIGH EQUIPMENT COST AND POSSIBILITY OF UNDER UTILIZATION
    • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER THROUGH COMMON FACILITY CENTRE
    • OUT OF FIVE PROCESSING UNITS VISITED, TWO MAY BE USED AS CFC
    • IDENTIFY MORE PROCESSING UNITS AND STRENGTHEN THEM
  • 23. MODEL PROCESSING UNIT
    • IT IS SUGGESTED TO SET UP MODEL PROCESSING UNIT AT GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
    • JUSTIFICATION
    • EXISTANCE OF BASIC MACHINES
    • COMPETENT TECHNICAL MANPOWER
    • GOOD MANAGEMENT
    • SCOPE FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH KHADI VIDYALAYA
  • 24. MODEL PROCESSING UNIT
    • PHASE I
    • YARN AND FABRIC PROCESSING UNIT
    • QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORY
    • GARMENT FINISHING UNIT
    • GARMENT MAKING UNIT
    • PHASE II
    • WEAVING
    • PHASE III
    • SPINNING
  • 25. FUNDS REQUIRED
    • GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
    • YARN AND FABRIC PROCESSING
    • ADDITIONAL MACHINES REQUIRED
    • Rs. Lakh
    • HANK MERCERIZATION MACHINE 4.0
    • HANK DYEING MACHINE 2 No. 1.0
    • SEMI-AUTOMATIC JIGGER 2 No. 3.0
    • TOTAL 8.0
    • OTHER ESSENTIAL MACHINES ALREADY EXIST
  • 26. FUNDS REQUIRED
    • GARMENT FINISHING UNIT (25 Kg PER BATCH)
    • Rs. in Lakh
    • Garment dyeing/finishing machine 1.50
    • Hydroextractor 0.75
    • Tumble dryer (Optional) 1.00
    • Steam boiler 100 kg/hr 2.00
    • Vacuum ironing table 1.50
    • Steam iron with attached boiler 0.50
    • Infrastructure and installation 2.00
    •  
    • Total 7.75
  • 27. FUNDS REQUIRED
    • GARMENT MANUFACTURING UNIT
    • Rs. in Lakh
    • Garment pattern and cutting table 0.5
    • Band knife cutting machine 1.00
    • Stitching machine (5 nos) 1.50
    • Accessories 1.50
    • Infrastructure and installation 1.50
    • Fusing machine 1.00
    •  
    • Total 7.00
    •  
  • 28. FUNDS REQUIRED
    • QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORY 5.0
    • TOTAL BUDGET
    • YARN AND FABRIC PROCESSING 8.00
    • GARMENT FINISHING UNIT 7.75
    • GARMENT MANUFACTURING UNIT 7.00
    • QUALITY CONTROL LAB. 5.00
    • TOTAL 27.75 lakh
  • 29. LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
    • TECHNOLOGY MISSION FOR KHADI
    • (3-5 YEARS)
    • OBJECTIVE
    • TECHNOLOGY INPUTS TO MAKE KHADI SECTOR COMPETITIVE
    • CONSTITUTION OF COMMITTEE TO DRAW LONG TERM TECHNOLOGY ORIENTED ACTION PLAN
  • 30. LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
    • COMPOSITION OF COMMITTEE
    • EXPERTS FROM KVIC
    • EXPERTS KHADI INSTITUTIONS
    • EXPERTS FROM IIT DELHI
  • 31. LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
    • 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
    • Setting up technology group for technology dissemination and technology implementation follow up.
  • 32. LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
    • TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd.)
    • Setting up quality assurance laboratories.
    • Technical training
    • Technical publication for innovative technological ideas and their implementation in khadi sector.
    • Strengthening of khadi vidyalayas for technical man-power generation. Such a vidyalaya may be associated with each model unit.
  • 33. LONG TERM ACTION PLAN
    • TERMS OF REFERENCE (Contd.)
    • Product and design development
    • Marketing
    • Improvement in living conditions of spinners, weavers and other workers
    • Any other relevant
    Thinking on above lines will go a long way in making khadi a product of national pride.
  • 34. SUMMERY OF SUGGESTIONS
    • IMMEDIATE -
    • SETTING UP MODEL UNIT AT GANDHI ASHRAM, BARABANKI
    • FABRIC PROCESSING
    • GARMENT FINISHING
    • GARMENT STITCHING
    • QUALITY LABORATORY
  • 35. SUMMERY OF SUGGESTIONS
    • STRENGTHENING OF KVI BOARD PROCESSING UNITS AT
    • BHAVANISAGAR (TAMILNADU)
    • GUWAHATI (ASSAM)
    • INDIVIDUAL PROCESSING UNITS BY PROVIDING FUNDS FOR NECESSARY MACHINES
  • 36. SUMMERY OF SUGGESTIONS
    • LONG TERM
    • CONSTITUTION OF NATIONAL EXPERT COMMITTEE
    • WORKING FOR NATIONAL INTEREST WITH COLLECTIVE WISDOM AND SENSE OF HONESTY TOWARDS THE CAUSE.