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Ministry of Textiles Funding

 

Ministry of Textiles
Office of the Development Commissioner
(Handicrafts)
West Block No. VII, R. K. Puram, New Delhi – 110066

INVITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR THE YEAR 2011-12 UNDER HRD SCHEME

The proposals of the following components under Human Recourse Development Scheme of the office of the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) are invited on the prescribed Performa from eligible Organizations for the year 2011-12.

A. TRAINING THROUGH EXTABLISHED INSTITUTIONS:

This programme will be implemented through existing Vocational Institutions/it is/Polytechnics etc. Training of Handicrafts artisans in crafts related skills such as Wood Carving, Wood Inlay, and Embroidery etc. through short-term and long- term period varying from 1 to 9 months based on the type of craft.

Financial Assistance: Rs. 24 lakhs for Non-recurring (One time grant) towards machinery & equipments and Recurring grant of Rs 13.90 Lakhs per year will be provided per training programme for 5 years.

B. TRAINING IN INNOVATIONVE DESIGNS FOR THE PERSONS INVOLVED IN PATTERN MAKING/TALIM WRITING/PLASTER/RUBBER MOULDS/BLOCK MAKING ETC.:

In the process of production, particularly for uniformity and higher productivity, artisans use POP moulds, stencils, wooden blocks etc.

This programme aims to provide training to artisans in such related skills.

C. TRAINING OF ARTISANS/SHG LEADERS/NGO IN CAPACITY BUILDING:

This programme aims to train the artisans & NGOs, potential entrepreneur and SHG leaders in non-technical skills such as micro finance/entrepreneurship development/preparation for business plans/preparation of project reports/packaging/export procedure/documentation etc.

Financial Assistance: Rs.2.00 lakhs per training programme.

D. TRAINING THROUGH GURU SHISHYA PARAMPARA:

The Scheme is for training the semi-skilled artisans to upgrade their skills to add value additional skills artisans through master craftsperson, who possess good skills for better value additions, quality of output, finishing and innovating techniques use of improved tools and technology. This traning will enable for improved production as well as productivity to adapt the changing trends.

Financial Assistance: Rs. 2.12 lakhs for each training programme for 6 months duration.

E. CONDUCTING SEMINAR/WORKSHOP:

This programme is for continuous dissemination and creation of
awareness about scheme/programmes, Technological developments,
marketing intelligence etc. amongst different stakeholders of
Handicrafts sector as well as sharing of experience.

Financial Assistance: Need Based.

How to Apply:

The eligible organizations/institutions may submit their proposal to
the respective Regional Offices of that area on the address given
below by 30th April, 2011:

1. Regional Director (ER), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), CGO Complex, 3rd Floor, A-Wing, DF Block,
Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700064

2. Regional Director (NER), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), Central Block 2nd Floor, Housefed Office
Complex, Beltola Basistha Road, Guwahati-781006, Assam.

3. Regional Director (WR), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), 294-P, Nariman Point, 3rd Floor, Haroon
House, Mumbai-400001, Maharashtra.

4. Regional Director (SR), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), Shastri Bhawan, 26, Haddows Road,
Chennai-600006

5. Regional Director (NR), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), West Block No. VIII, R. K. Puram, New
Delhi-110066.

6. Regional Director (CR), Office of the Development
Commissioner (Handicrafts), Kendriya Bhawan, Aliganj, Sector-H,
Lucknow-226001, (U.P.)

Proposals can also be submitted in the respective Marketing & Service
Extension Centre of Office of DC (Handicrafts) of that area. Addresses
of Marketing Service Extension Centre are also available on official
website.

Details information regarding eligibility and the scheme etc. are also
available on website: http://www.handicrafts.nic.in link scheme: HRD.
 

(Note: We develop project reports & project proposals also)

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(Posted on 21 Apr 2011)

 



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