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Coir Board Of India

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Coir Board Of India

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  • 1. COIR BOARD, GOVT. OF INDIA Anitha M A PRESENTATION BY : Santosh B Premnath T MBA STUDENTS – 2007 Batch PSG INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, TAMIL NADU santoshbalaguru@gmail.com
  • 2. Coir Trade
    • Global annual production - 350000 metric tons
    • India and Sri Lanka produces 90% of total global production
    • Major coconut growing states in India : Kerala,
    • Tamil nadu, Karnataka, AP, Maharashtra, Goa, Orissa.
    • About 5.5 lakh persons get employment in the industry
    • - mostly part time
    • Exports from this industry are 70 crores annually.
    • Only 50% of total coir husk is used in coir industry Remaining used as fuel in rural area and small industries
  • 3. Coir products
    • Coir Fibre
  • 4. Coir Products
    • Coir Yarn
  • 5. Coir products
    • Coir Mats
  • 6. Coir Products
    • Coir Geo textiles
  • 7. Coir Board Establishment
    • Coir Board established by the Government of India under Coir Industry Act 1953 for the promotion and development of Coir Industry
  • 8. Mission Of The Board
    • The overall development of the Coir industry through
    • Research, development and extension or dissemination
    • Modernization and quality up gradation of the product
    • Improving marketing facilities
    • Human resource development and
    • Improvement in the quality of life of all who are engaged in the coir industry.
  • 9. Objectives
    • Social objective
    • To improve the living conditions of those engaged in this industry, especially the workers and manufacturers.
    • Economic objective
    • To help generate additional employment opportunities, encourage production of quality products acceptable to the export and domestic markets & facilitate reasonable returns to producers and exporters.
    • Overall objective
    • To create in active collaboration with all stakeholders, a self reliant environment for healthy and sustainable growth of the industry.
  • 10. Coir Board offices
    • Head Office - Cochin
    • Research institutes and other development institutes under coir board:
    • -Central Coir Research Institute, Allepey
    • -National Coir Training and Design Centre, Allepey
    • -Central Institute of Coir Technology,Banglore
    • -Coir Training and Service Centre,Calicut
    • -Coir Research and Extension Centre,Thirunelveli
    • Regional Offices :
    • Coir Board Banglore.
    • Coir Board Bhubaneshwar.
    • Coir Board Kannur.
    • Coir Board Pollachi.
    • Coir Board Rajamundray(AP).
  • 11. Constitution of Board
    • According to Coir Industry Act 1953
    • Board shall consist of a Chairman and members ,not more than 40,who are capable of representing
    • -Growers of Coconut.
    • -Manufacturers of coir products,husks.
    • -The governments of principal coconut
    • growing states.
    • -Any officer of central govt. appointed by the same.
  • 12. Functions of the Board
    • To Promote by such measures as it thinks fit the development, under the control of the Central Government, of the Coir Industry.
    • Promoting exports of coir yarn and coir products and carrying on propaganda for the same purpose
    • Regulating under the supervision of the Central Government the production of husks, coir yarn and coir products .
    • Fixing grade standards and Regular inspection of coir fibre, coir yarn and coir products
  • 13. Functions
    • Collecting statistics from manufacturers, dealers on any matter relating to the coir industry & publish the collected statistics
    • Improving the marketing of coconut husk, coir fibre, coir yarn and coir products in India
    • Preventing unfair competition
    • Promoting cooperative organisation among producers
    • Ensuring remunerative returns to producers
  • 14. Schemes by Coir Board
    • Educational Cash Award for the Children of  Coir Workers
    • Extension of Financial Assistance to Coir Units
    • Marketing Development Assistance Scheme
    • Extension of Financial Assistance for generator set/diesel engine
    • Group Personal Accident Insurance Scheme for Coir workers
    • Training Programmes
    • Welfare Schemes
  • 15. Reference
    • www.coirboard.nic.in
    • Note: This Presentation is as of March 2008 only!
  • 16.
    • Thank you !!