Handloom

ITSS-Handloom Textile Promote & Manufacturing(IHPM)

ITSS-Handloom Textile Promote & Manufacturing(IHPM)

An earning step for rural tribes under IHPM

Mission: to earn minimum Rs.300/ per day

Mising Tribes weaving: All type of traditional dress

Deori Tribes Weaving: All type of traditional dress

Bodo Tribes Weaving:All type of traditional dress

Karbi Tribes weaving: All type of traditional dress

Programme Goals:

This project should be reducing unemployment burning problem and making to income source within rural area as well as tribes local area. The Tribes traditional handloom textile is very exported on the National and International market due to its quality and design in their traditional production.

Programme Summary :

This project should be reducing unemployment burning problem and making to income source within rural area as well as tribes local area. The Tribes traditional handloom textile is very exported on the National and International market due to its quality and design in their traditional production.

Programme Achievements:

Under this project the weaver should be achieved minimum of Rs.300.00 per day per weaver as his/her family income as well as organisation Fund developing.

Sponsored details:

ITSS-Handloom Textile Promote & Manufacturing (IHPM) Project is supported and sponsored by Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India, and New Delhi less than 5 years planning estimate.

Progarmme Description:

The Handloom Product Index of India is where we showcase the traditional sarees, turbans, hand-woven and other handcrafted garments from different parts of India. Our way of exploring the various ethnic designs and material that can be used to inspire interesting designs. The Textiles Sector has the second largest share of employment after agriculture. With technological modernization being the key to high industrial growth, labour intensive industries like textiles require not only skilled workforce, but also massive vocational training for skill upgradation of the existing workers engaged in the organized as well as unorganized sectors, (including handlooms, powerlooms, sericulture, wool, khadi, etc.)

Beneficiary Groups:

Weaver,unemployment women, JLG and SHG

Local poor families of Cast O.B.C., S.C. & S.C.

Programme location

State: Assam

District :Dhemaji,Dibrugarh,Jorhat,Kamrup,Kokrajhar,Lakhimpur,Sonitpur

Primary Classification :Rural remote area and Tribal villages

Activity Classification : Source of income for families

To address the trained manpower needs of textiles and related segments including Handicrafts, Handlooms, Sericulture, Jute, Technical Textiles etc, by developing a cohesive and integrated framework of training based on the industry needs. Addressing this need is critical for enhancing the competitiveness of the industry in the globalized economy. To increase the employability of residents of the target areas through imparting of skills in the above segments.3.To ensure that the scheme is so designed as to cater to the wide range of skill sets required in various segments as listed above, while simultaneously ensuring sufficient flexibility to meet the dynamic needs of these segments over a period of the next five years.Target:The Scheme would target to train 120 nos persons over a period of 2 years.