Background

The ODOP Initiative is aimed at manifesting the vision of the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India to foster balanced regional development across all districts of the country. The idea is to select, brand, and promote One Product from each District (One District – One Product) of the country for enabling holistic socioeconomic growth across all regions. The range of the chosen products varies across the length and breadth of the country while also touching upon multiple sectors with existing clusters and communities that have already created a niche identity for themselves.

Objective

The mandate of the ODOP Programme includes identifying, understanding, and solving problems associated with each of the chosen products at all points in their respective supply chains, improving the market accessibility of the chosen products, and dedicated handholding of the producers to harness the export potential of their products towards making each district a major export hub for the chosen product.

Select Products

The ODOP initiative includes products from the textile sector such as Kanchipuram Silk (Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu) and Phulkari (Patiala, Punjab), and Terry Towels (Solapur, Maharashtra); agricultural products such as Naga Mircha (Kohima, Nagaland), Kandhamal Haldi (Kandhamal, Odisha) and Vazhakulam Pineapple (Ernakulam, Kerala); processed and industrial products such as Itar (Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh), LED Lights (Chitradurga, Karnataka), Pharmaceuticals (Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh); among many others. The ODOP Team at Invest India is working towards realizing this dream of New India for all her 739 districts.

Refer to the list of 106 products across different districts under the One District One Product (ODOP) initiative of the Govt. of India.


Sr No State District Product GI DGFT State GI Classification MOFPI Aspirational
District
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Export Change Total Production International Sale Domestic Sale State level Sale Total Production International Sale Domestic Sale State level Sale Central Schemes State Schemes Current Technology
1 Andhra Pradesh Chittoor Srikalahasti Kalamkari Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No LEAD ACID ACCUMULATORS OF A KIND USED FOR STARTING PISTON ENGINES COACHS PWRD FROM EXTRNL SOURCE OF ELCTRCTY OTHERS LEAD ACID ACCUMULATORS OF A KIND USED FOR STARTING PISTON ENGINES OTHER GOODS VHCLS,WTH CMPRSN IGNTN INTRNL CMBSTN PSTN ENGNWTH G.V.W. <= 5 TON OTHERS LEAD ACID ACCUMULATORS OF A KIND USED FOR STARTING PISTON ENGINES OTHERS OTHER SPEED INDCATORS AND TACHOMETERS 970300 12.28 24.65 100.73% 4.09 29.04 610.02% 108000 units (Various designs and Sizes from Rs.3000 to Rs.9000) Rs.1.00 Crore Rs.40.00 Crore Rs.2.00 Crore Rs.1.20Crore Rs.44.00 Crore Rs.2.50Crore Rs.3.00 Cr • India Canada Environment Facility (ICEF) proiect has the Kalamkari Research and Training Centre (KRTQ) in Srikalahasti as one of its partners for imparting technological innovations to the artisans.
• PowerTex India(Comprehensive Scheme for Power loom Sector Development):
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
a. In Situ Upgradation Scheme for Plain Power looms
b. Group Work shed Scheme
c. Yarn Bank Scheme
d. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
e. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Power loom Weavers
f. Solar Energy Scheme for Power looms
g. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development, and Publicity
h. Tex-Venture Capital Fund Grant-in-Aid and Modernization & Upgradation of power loom Centres
i. Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
j. Modified Comprehensive power loom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
k. Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme for power loom Workers
l. Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
• Sri Venkateswara Institute of Traditional Sculpture and Architecture (SVITSA) of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam offers a professional course on Kalamkari painting for developing new artists.
• The Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board took initiative to promote the historical art, solve the industrial challenges, training skilled human resources and to improve revenue generation through exports.
•Processes
1.dyeing
2.bleaching
3.hand painting
4.block printing
5.starching
6.cleaning
2 Andhra Pradesh Guntur Chilli Yes Yes Yes Agricultural Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OF GENUS CAPSICUM FLUE CURED VIRGINIA TOBACCO PARTLY / WHOLLYSTMD/STRIPPED VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) OF GENUS CAPSICUM FLUE CURED VIRGINIA TOBACCO PARTLY / WHOLLYSTMD/STRIPPED VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) OF GENUS CAPSICUM FLUE CURED VIRGINIA TOBACCO PARTLY / WHOLLYSTMD/STRIPPED GREY 090421 0.68 1.03 51.47% 479.22 638.36 33.21% 1718200 443900 1274300 501410 1605160 468500 1136660 660000 • Indian Spice Board-scheme of mandatory sampling and testing since October, 2003 for chillies and chilli products.
• Integrated Pest Management.
a. Supply of HDPE/Silpauline sheets to the farmers for hygienic drying of chillies
b. Assistance for construction of drying yards for hygienic drying of Guntur Sannam chillies
c. Quality improvement training programmes for farmers, traders and officers of Horticulture and Agriculture Departments on pre and post-harvest improvement aspects.
d. Setting up of Spice park (common infrashucture facilities for cleaning, grading,
• processing, packaging etc.) for chilli in Guntur.
• Establishment of regional Quality evaluation Laboratory at Guntur
• National Horticulture Mission
• National Agriculture Development Programme-Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
• Agmark Grading & Standardization
• Scheme for infrastructure development- Ministry of food processing industries
• RoDTEP:
- RoDTEP is a scheme for the Exporters to make Indian products cost-competitive and create a level playing field for them in the Global Market.The new RoDTEP Scheme is fully WTO compliant scheme.
It will reimburse all the taxes/duties/levies being charged at the Central/State/Local level which are not currently refunded under any of the existing schemes but are incurred at the manufacturing and distribution process.
• e-NAM:National Agriculture Market (eNAM) is a pan-India electronic trading portal which networks the existing APMC mandis to create a unified national market for agricultural commodities.
• Integrated Spices Project UNder RKVY - Govt of AndhraPradesh
a. Supply of PP equipments to chilli growers
b. Supply of HDPE sheets to chilli growers
https://www.indianspices.com/rkvy.html
• Andhra Pradesh MOU with FMGC Major ITC - Integrated Agri Extension platform- Chilli Farm Value Chain
• Pradarshana Kshetrams & Call centers for weather, good agricultural practices
• Regional Research Station at LAM near Guntur
• Market Purchase Scheme
• Agri Produce & Live Stock Markets
•Process: Manual-
1.Handpicking
2.sun drying by spreading them on clean dry polythene sheets, cemented / concrete drying yards
3.Grading.
3 Andhra Pradesh Visakhapatnam Araku Coffee Yes Yes Yes Agricultural No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No TANKERS OTHERS DREDGERS OTHERS VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHERS VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS 0901 125.08 121.52 -2.85% 369.01 380.85 3.21% 45,00 Mts 45.00 Mts 45.00 MTs 93.00 MTs • Integrated Coffee Development Project
https://www.indiacoffee.org/modalities-implementation-support-schemes.html
a. R & D for sustainable coffee Production
b. Transfer of Technology & Capacity Building
c. Development Support Scheme
d. Coffee Development Programme in NTA
e. Coffee Development Programme in NER
f. Welfare Measures to Children of labourers
g. Risk Management to Growers
h. Support for Mechanization of Farm Operations
i. Export Promotion
j. Providing Transit/Freight Assistance for Coffee Exporters
- https://www.indiacoffee.org/Schemes/ICDP_MTF_Export_Promn.pdf
- http://www.fisme.org.in/export_schemes/DOCS/B-4/COFEE.pdf
k. Market Development
l. Support for Value Addition
• Coffee Board’s participation in International fair / exhibitions.
• SCHEME OF SUPPORT FOR COFFEE PROCESSING:
a. The objective of the scheme is to enhance the quality of coffee products and achieve value addition through the introduction of improved technologies in coffee roasting, grinding and packaging.
b. Coffee Board offers 40 % capital subsidy to Self Help Groups engaged in Coffee Processing
https://indiamicrofinance.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SUBSIDY-SCHEME-FOR-COFFEE-ROASTINGGRINDING-AND-PACKAGING-UNITS
• Rainfall Insurance Scheme For Coffee Growers (Risc)
• Support For Mechanisation Of Coffee Estates Operation
• RSIC Scheme for Karnataka •Process : Manual-
1.Plucking the deep red coffee cherries. Distinguishing different stages of maturity using dry and wet method
2.Pulping
3.fermenting and dried till it is ready for
4.roasting and grounding.
Dry Method- Grains are immersed in a flotation tank to distinguish the different degrees of maturity.
Wet Method- the coffee cherries are pulped using a machine. Then we immerse them or put them in tanks so that they ferment. cleaned again to remove impurities from the fermentation. Finally, the grains are spread on flat surfaces where they dry in the sun for seven to fifteen days. For the preparation of the coffee bean before roasting, it only remains to peel it and free it from its parchment.

•Current Technology:
1.Coffee Pulper - Rs 18,000/ Unit
4 Andhra Pradesh East Godavari Coir and Coir Products No Yes Yes - Yes No Not sure Not sure Yes No No No No VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) RICE PARBOILED OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) RICE PARBOILED TUGS AND PUSHER CRAFT VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) RICE PARBOILED OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS 530511 2104.41 1832.87 -12.90% 717.02 1382.31 92.79% 13060 12500 350 210 …. 11600 725 535 • Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI)
• The Scheme for Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness of Khadi Industry and Artisans, the Scheme for Product Development, Design Intervention and Packaging (PRODIP), the Scheme for Rural Industries Service Center (RISC) and other small interventions like Ready Warp Units, Ready to Wear Mission, etc run by KVIC during XI Plan from Khadi Grants and VI Grants.
• Coir Udyami Yojana (CUY)
o This is a credit linked subsidy scheme for setting up of coir units with project cost upto Rs.10 lakhs plus one cycle of working capital, which shall not exceed 25% of the project cost. Working capital will not be considered for subsidy.
• CUY Marketing Assistance
With a view to provide handholding support towards the marketing efforts of the CUY beneficiaries Assistance will be given to establish a marketing consortium.
• Export Market Promotion Scheme: MARKET PROMOTION’ IS to expand the share of Indian coir products in global market;to assess main competitors, product ranges, price, general setting and promotional strategies;to seek expert and professional advice on export related matters, foreign trade, etc.; andt o hold trade talks with decision makers in Governments/Chambers of Commerce & Industry, market/ distribution network and vendor development mechanisms.
• Domestic Market Promotion Scheme
The Market Development Assistance Scheme has been introduced by the Coir Board w.e.f. 2000-2001 in lieu of the Rebate Scheme that was in operation in the Coir Sector till 1999-2000. The MDA is linked with the sales performance of the concerned beneficiary organization and aims at providing incentives for better performance.
• Development of Production Infrastructure Scheme
The scheme envisages provision of financial assistance for setting up new coir units and modernization of existing units for the sustainable growth of the coir sector. Due to the extension of coconut cultivation to non-traditional coconut producing states, coir industry also expanded its activities to such states with the assistance of the Coir Board for development of infrastructure for setting of coir units.
• Skill Upgradation and Quality Improvement Scheme
• Personal Accident Insurance Scheme for Coir workers
• Trade and Industry Related Functional Support Services Scheme
• Mahila Coir Yojana
• http://coirservices.gov.in/Html_Files/Development_schemes.htm
• Society for Employment Generation and Enterprise Development in AndhraPradesh - Development SEEDAP Training Centres
• Market intervention scheme : By East Godavari administration
The Marketing Department is purchasing coconuts at a cost of Rs 6 and Rs 7 according to size from farmers which it will supply to the Rythu Bazaars. Nearly 1.25 lakh coconuts have been purchased under the scheme.
https://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/010516/srikakulam-coconut-to-capture-global-market.html
 
5 Andhra Pradesh Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore Udayagiri Wooden Cutlery Yes No Yes Handicraft No No No No Yes No No No No VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) NOT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINER VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) PARTS OF OTHR ROTATING ELECTRC PLANTS RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) NOT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINER ORDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT, DRY 442190 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0.00% Rs. 2,00,000 0 Rs. 1,60,000 Rs. 40,000 Rs. 2,50,000 0 Rs. 1,80,000 Rs. 70,000 • Credit linked capital,subsidy scheme (CLCSS) for Technology Upgradation of the Small Scale Industries
•Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
•Lepakshihandicraft platform
•Crafts Council of Andhra Pradesh providing support to showcase Udayagiri work
•YSR Cheyutha'-- a scheme for ensuring a sustainable livelihood.
•Process:
1. Procurement
2.Wood cutting
3.Marking
4. Making details and motifs
5.Finishing

•Current Technology:
-Uli (Chisel), Golkadi (pointed file), vanki, dabba, kathi, chani, nail etc
6 Andhra Pradesh Srikakulam Pharmaceutical products No Yes No - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No Yes OTHER OTHER OTHER CYCLIC AMIDES AND THR DRVTVS AND SALTS OTHER OTHER GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHER 3003, 3004 1123.41 1142.88 1.73% 4951.11 13946.98 181.69% 56964TPA 28644 28020 300 _ _ _ _ • Pharmaceutical Promotion Development Scheme
• Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme for promotion of domestic manufacturing of critical Key Starting Materials (KSMs)/ Drug Intermediates (DIs) and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) has been notified to boost domestic manufacturing of bulk drugs and reduce import dependence.
• Promotion of Bulk Drug Parks
• Industrial Promotion and Export Promotion Policy 202-25 of the AP government -The policy says that the focus for investment would be inPharmaceuticals along with few other sectors.•AP Government Industrial Summit  
7 Arunachal Pradesh Multiple (West Siang, Lower Dibang Valley) Arunachal Orange Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No No No No No No No No                   200830, 08051000, 08052000, 080521 49.88 36.1 -27.63% 4.77 5.91 23.90% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation Limited (NERAMAC)
• Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Horticulture Mission For North East And Himalayan States (HMNEH)
• Mission Organic Value Chain Development for Northeast East Region (MOVCD-NER)
• RKVY-Raaftar
• The Arunachal Pradesh Horticulture Research and Development Mission (APHRDM): Increasing areas under cultivation, promoting tourism for Orange festival.
• Arunachal Pradesh State Industrial Policy
State Government will draw up a comprehensive skill upgradation programs for ensuring that local personnel/workers gain the required skill to meet the
skilled manpower needs of the industries in collaboration and consultation with various training and educational institutions. With this objective the
existing Industrial Training Institutes will be upgraded into a Centre of Excellence.
https://foodprocessingindia.gov.in/state-profile-pdf/arunachal-pradesh.pdf
• Technology Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture
•Process: Manual
1.Propagation
2.Planning of orchard establishment
3.Spacing and planning
4. Soil Management : soils in Arunachal Pradesh are acidic and hence liming with limestone of dolomite is used to alleviate this problem
5. Irrigation
6. Weeding : hand pulling, hoeing, burning and tillage. Spraying of pre – emergence herbicides
7. Training and Pruning
8 Assam Sonitpur Tezpur Litchi Yes Not Sent Reco Yes Agricultural No No No No No No No No No SYNTHETIC PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK SYNTHETIC PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS SYNTHETIC FLAVOURING ESSENCES TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG SYNTHETIC PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK 08109060 0 0 0.00% 0.15 0.06 -60.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY)
• PM – KISAN
• Participatory Guarantee Scheme – Certifying organic products.
• Schemes to support Organic Farming
- Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region (MOVCDNER) and
- Parampragat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY)
• Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States
• Support for High density planting (mango, guava, litchi, pomegranate, apple, citrus etc)
a. Integrated package with drip irrigation - Rs. 1.50 lakh /ha(Maximum Subsidy per Unit Area)
b. Without Integration- Rs. 1.00 lakh/ha. (Maximum Subsidy per Unit Area
http://agricoop.nic.in/sites/default/files/FFH201819_Eng.pdf
- Production of planting material
- Area expansion under Hort. Crops
- Creation of Water sources
- Rejuvenation / Replacement of senile plantations
- Protected cultivation
- Organic Farming
- Certification
- Centre of excellence for horticulture
- Pollination through Bee Keeping
- Horticulture Mechanization
- Human Resource Development
- Special Interventions
- Support to Technology
- Post harvest Management
- Cold Storage (Construction, Expansion and Modernisation)
https://www.cii.in/webcms/upload/schemes.pdf
• National Horticulture Board:
(i) Development of Commercial Horticulture through Production and Post Harvest Management of Horticulture Crops
(ii) Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for construction/ expansion/ modernization of Cold Storages/Storages of Horticulture Products
(iii) Technology Development and Transfer for promotion of Horticulture
(iv) Market Information Scheme for horticulture Crops
(v) Horticulture Promotion Services / Expert Services https://mofpi.nic.in/sites/default/files/NHB-English-for-Web.pdf
• Entrepreneurship and Leadership Development Programme for Entrepreneurs desirous of applying to Schemes of National Horticulture Board.
http://www.nhb.gov.in/Training/Brochure/Litchi_ED_NHB_2019.pdf
• MISSION ORGANIC VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT FOR NORTH EASTERN REGION
• Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States (HMNEH) Scheme
• Technology Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (TMIDH) in Assam.
• Scheme for Mega Food Parks
• Scheme for cold chain value addition and preservation infrastructure
• Scheme for setting up/ Upgradation of Food Testing Laboratories
•Process: Manual
1.Manuring
2.Digging
3.Compositing
4.Planting
5.Watering
9 Assam Karbi Anglong Ginger Yes Not Sent Reco Yes Agricultural Yes No No No No No No No No TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK         BLACK TEA IN PACKT>25 GM BUT<=1 KG     09101010, 09101020, 09101030, 09101040, 09101090, 09101110, 09101120,09101130, 09101190, 09101210, 09101290 14.33 8.47 -40.89% 5.2 17.92 244.62% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • PMKSY
PM-KISAN
• Rashtriya Shrama Vikas Yojana (RSVY)
-Set up Ginger Grower Cooperative Federation (Gin-Fed) 2007
• National Mission on Seeds
• Sub-Mission on Seed and Planting Material (SMSP)
• Central Sector Scheme Development and Strengthening of Infrastructure Facilities for Production and Distribution of Quality Seeds
http://karbianglong.co.in/wp/agriculture/
• 1.Mukhya Mantri Krishi Sa Sajuli Yozana)MMKSSY
-Scheme of Financial Assistance to
Farmers for procurement of farm tools/farm implements.
https://diragri.assam.gov.in/sites/default/files/swf_utility_folder/departments/diragri_medhassu_in_oid_4/menu/schemes/Guideline_0.pdf
• Assam Agribusiness and Rural Transformation Project (APART):to “add value and improve resilience of selected agriculture value chains, focusing on smallholder farmers and agro-entrepreneurs in targeted districts of the State of Assam ”.
http://arias.in/apart.html
• Under one bigha mixed Horticulture scheme
• Integrated Jhoomia Development Programme
•Process: Manual
1.Cleaning
2.Grading
3.Waxing
10 Assam Kamrup Muga Silk Yes Not Sent Reco Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK OTHER ANTICANCER DRUGS OTHER BLACK TEA TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S MEDICAMENTS OF AYURVEDIC SYSTEM TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK HARD COKE OF COAL MEDICAMENTS OF AYURVEDIC SYSTEM 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Central Sector Scheme “Silk Samagra”
a. Research & Development, Training, Transfer of Technology and I.T. Initiatives,
b. Seed Organizations,
c. Coordination and Market Development and
d. Quality Certification Systems (QCS) / Export Brand Promotion and Technology Upgradation.
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Silk-SAMAGRA-160419-English.pdf
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS),
a. 32 sericulture projects are being implemented viz., Integrated Sericulture Development Project (ISDP) and Intensive Bivoltine Sericulture Development Project (IBSDP) covering Mulberry, Eri and Muga sectors in all North East States.
b. The projects aim at holistic development of sericulture in all its spheres from plantation development to production of fabrics with value addition at every stage of production chain.
• To encourage production of silk in Assam, 6 projects are under implementation in 13 districts from 2014-15 to 2018-19 with the financial assistance of Rs.188.85 crore from Government of India to cover Mulberry, Eri, Muga & post cocoon sectors.
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/entrepreneurship-development-programme
• PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/employment-generation-programme
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• Scheme For North East Handloom And Handicrafts (SNEHH)
Wages: As per the cost chart of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC),
Govt. of India.
• Incentives: Incentives are given to the Spinners and Weavers @10% to their wages.
• Artisans’ Welfare Fund: This is provided to deserving artisans @12% to their wages.
Some of the Schemes that have been facilitated by Government of India for Handloom
Weavers and the Handloom and Khadi Weavers include:
• Aam Aadmi Bima Yojana15
• The National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP) (Refer to annexure for
details)
• The Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana (MGBBY)
• Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY)
https://vc.bridgew.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2282&context=jiws
• Muga Mission
a. Muga Mission has been launched by Assam government worth Rs 460-crore to raise the muga production.
• The mission will be operative for a period of ten years from 2017-18. The preliminary work under the mission has already started with the State government releasing around Rs 100 crore.
https://nenow.in/north-east-news/assam/assam-state-govt-launches-muga-mission.html
• the World Bank-sponsored APART (Assam’s Agri-business and Rural Transformation Project) has taken up the districts of undivided Kamrup, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Jorhat and Sivasagar for plantation of muga and eri host plants, setting up rearing houses and providing equipment support to sericulture farmers.
• Rastriya Krishi Vikash Yojana:
a. Infrastructure Developement
b.Silk Worm Food Plantation Development
c.Machiniary & Equipment cost
d. Silk worm seed subsidy
https://rkvyassam.in/?seri
• AGMC handles:
The AGMC has been implementing various schemes on Handlooms and Handicrafts like organization of District Level Fair, Craft Bazaar, Handicrafts Exhibition and other schemes sponsored by the Development Commissioner, Handloom and
Handicrafts, Govt. of India from time to time.
• Meghalaya governments initiatives:
http://megseriloom.gov.in/schemes.html
•Process: Manual-
1. Silkworm Rearing
2. Traditional Muga Handlooms
•Technology: Machines used -
1. Reeling
2. Spinning
3. Sein twisting
4. Sorting
5. Cooking Machine
11 Assam Dibrugarh Assam Tea Yes Not Sent Reco Yes Agricultural No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG TEA BAGS TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG OTHER BLACK TEA TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG POLYPROPYLENE 0902 49.88 36.1 -27.63% 4.77 5.91 23.90% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Tea Development & Promotion Scheme
a. Plantation development
b. Quality Upgradation & Product Diversification
c. Market Promotion (Domestic & International)
d. Human Resource development
e. Research and Development
f. National Programme for Tea Regulation
g. Pending liabilities under the above components
http://www.teaboard.gov.in/pdf/CIRCULAR_Scheme_for_Medium_term_framework0001_pdf2424.pdf
• TEA PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
http://210.212.247.18/tms/pdfdocuments/PDS_tea_plantation_development_scheme.pdf
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Micro Irrigation – (MI) Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchagee Yojana (PMKSY)
• Collective farming
• Special Area Development Programme (SADP)
• Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bhima Yojana (PMFBY)
• National Agricultural Development Programme (NADP)
•Process: Manual -
1.Plucking
2. Drying
3. Sorting
•Technology
:Machines/tools-
1. Leaf sifter
2. Leaf Conditioning using CTC Machine (crushing, tearing, and curling action)
3. Leaf sizer for macreation
12 Bihar Bhagalpur Bhagalpur Silk Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No YELLOW OTHER SLK YRN ASH AND RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF OTHERTHAN MUNICIPAL WASTE YELLOW OTHER DYED FLAX WOVN FABRCS CONTNG FLAX >= 85% OTHERS ASH AND RESIDUES FROM INCINERATION OF OTHERTHAN MUNICIPAL WASTE OTHER WOVEN FABRICS OF HANDLOOM 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Central Sector Scheme “Silk Samagra”
a. Research & Development, Training, Transfer of Technology and I.T. Initiatives,
b. Seed Organizations,
c. Coordination and Market Development and
d. Quality Certification Systems (QCS) / Export Brand Promotion and Technology Upgradation.
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Silk-SAMAGRA-160419-English.pdf
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS),
a. 32 sericulture projects are being implemented viz., Integrated Sericulture Development Project (ISDP) and Intensive Bivoltine Sericulture Development Project (IBSDP) covering Mulberry, Eri and Muga sectors in all North East States.
b. The projects aim at holistic development of sericulture in all its spheres from plantation development to production of fabrics with value addition at every stage of production chain.
• To encourage production of silk in Assam, 6 projects are under implementation in 13 districts from 2014-15 to 2018-19 with the financial assistance of Rs.188.85 crore from Government of India to cover Mulberry, Eri, Muga & post cocoon sectors.
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/entrepreneurship-development-programme
• PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/employment-generation-programme
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• PowerTex India (COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME FOR POWERLOOM SECTOR DEVELOPMENT)
a. In-situ Upgradation of Plain Powerlooms
b. Group Workshed Scheme (GWS)
c. Yarn Bank Scheme Ÿ Common Facility Centre (CFC)
d. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Powerloom Weavers
e. Solar Energy Scheme for Powerlooms
f. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development and Publicity for Powerloom Schemes
g. Tex Venture Capital Fund
h. Grant-in-Aid and Modernisation & Upgradation of Powerloom Service Centres (PSCs)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster

• Bihar Industrial Investment Promotion Policy, 2016 for High Priority Sectors
• Bihar Industrial Investment Promotion Act 2016
•Technology: Machine used -
1.Drying machine- Chamber dryer , cabinet dryer, hot air dryer
2. Sorting machine.
3. Cooking machine
4. Multi-ends or simple reeling machine
5. Re-reeling machine
6. By-product treatment machine
7. Reel permeation device
8. Skein twisting machine
9. Raw silk testing equipment - Seriplane machine
Seriplane illumination equipment
Conditioning oven
Denier scale and Sizing reel
Rewinding machine
10. Testing of cocoons for infections
13 Bihar Sitamarhi Sikki Grass Products Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco Yes Yes Yes No No No No No POTATOES

DURUM WHEAT; OTHER

OTHER FOOD PREPARATION NES
RICE PARBOILED

OTHERS

WHEAT
RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE)

OTHR RICE IN HUSK

TEXTURED YARN OF POLYESTERS
POTATOES

WHEAT
POTATOES COOKED OR UNCOOKED,FROZEN

OTHER FOOD PREPARATION NES
RICE PARBOILED

RICE PARBOILED

CONCENTRATED FOR COMPOUND ANIMAL FEED
POTATOES

OTHER FOOD PREPARATION NES
POTATOES COOKED OR UNCOOKED,FROZEN

WHEAT
OTHR RICE IN HUSK 4602 1.13 0.93 -17.70% 79.82 165.76 107.67% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent



• National Handicraft Development Programme
http://www.artisan.gov.in/NewsPdf/Compadium2018-19.pdf
a. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojna: Under a subsection of this scheme named Dastkar Shashktikaran Yojna, the programme enables community empowerment for mobilisation of artisans into self-help groups and societies. implementing agency will appoint a cluster manager.
b. Mega Cluster Scheme
The programme follows a mega cluster-based approach in scaling up infrastructural and production chains at handicraft centres which have remained unorganised and have not kept up with modernisation and other developments. The objectives include generating employment and improving living standards for existing artisans.
c. Marketing support and services scheme
This part of the programme provides interventions for domestic marketing events to artisans, such as providing financial assistance for organising or participating in marketing events in India.
d. Research and development scheme
The schemes formulated are based on evaluation and research conducted from time to time by a governmental, in-house research and development team. The initiative was introduced to generate feedback on economic, social, aesthetic, and promotional aspects of various crafts and artisans in the sector.
https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1556841
• Direct Benefit to Artisans:
• Infrastructure & TechnologySupport:
• Comprehensive Handicrafts Cluster Development (Mega Cluster):
• HastkalaSahyogShivirs
• Mudra Loan .
• Handicrafts Awards

• Handicraft Sector Developemnt in Bihar for Upendra Maharathi Shilp Anusandhan Sansthan (UMSAS),Patna
IL&FS Clusters is supporting the Government of Bihar, through UMSAS, in implementing the "Integrated Development and Promotion of Handicrafts" programme, along with other State Government sponsored programmes, in developing the handicrafts sector of the State. UMSAS has adopted a cluster-based approach, where 15 craft clusters have been identified across the states covering 11 prominent craft, and one is Material Based craft Sikki
http://ilfsclusters.com/handicraft-sector-Development-Bihar-UMSAS.aspx
• Livelihood Promorion by Bihar Rural Livelihoods Promotion Society (BRLPS) popularly known as JEEViKA :
- Creating self-managed community institutions of poorest of the poor and poor households.
- Enhancing income through sustainable livelihoods
•Process-
1.Soaking sikki in water
2. Sikki Drying
3. Flower head cutting.
4. Weaving
5. Dyeing - by boiling sikki in different colours (dyed sikki with natural golden colour sikki)
6. Coiling with munj for encasing.

•Technology - Tools Used
1. Tauka
2. Cutters
14 Bihar Muzaffarpur Shahi Litchi Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco Yes No No No No No No No OTHER CHEESE COMPOUNDED ANIMAL FEED PINEAPPLE SQUASH RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) COMPOUNDED ANIMAL FEED RAGI RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) OTHER PEEDS OF FISH RICE PARBOILED 08109060 0 0 0.00% 0.15 0.06 -60.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY)
• PM – KISAN
• Participatory Guarantee Scheme – Certifying organic products.
• Schemes to support Organic Farming
- Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region (MOVCDNER) and
- Parampragat Krishi Vikas Yojana (PKVY)
• Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States
• Support for High density planting (mango, guava, litchi, pomegranate, apple, citrus etc)
a. Integrated package with drip irrigation - Rs. 1.50 lakh /ha(Maximum Subsidy per Unit Area)
b. Without Integration- Rs. 1.00 lakh/ha. (Maximum Subsidy per Unit Area
http://agricoop.nic.in/sites/default/files/FFH201819_Eng.pdf
- Production of planting material
- Area expansion under Hort. Crops
- Creation of Water sources
- Rejuvenation / Replacement of senile plantations
- Protected cultivation
- Organic Farming
- Certification
- Centre of excellence for horticulture
- Pollination through Bee Keeping
- Horticulture Mechanization
- Human Resource Development
- Special Interventions
- Support to Technology
- Post harvest Management
- Cold Storage (Construction, Expansion and Modernisation)
https://www.cii.in/webcms/upload/schemes.pdf
• National Horticulture Board:
(i) Development of Commercial Horticulture through Production and Post Harvest Management of Horticulture Crops
(ii) Capital Investment Subsidy Scheme for construction/ expansion/ modernization of Cold Storages/Storages of Horticulture Products
(iii) Technology Development and Transfer for promotion of Horticulture
(iv) Market Information Scheme for horticulture Crops
(v) Horticulture Promotion Services / Expert Services https://mofpi.nic.in/sites/default/files/NHB-English-for-Web.pdf
• Entrepreneurship and Leadership Development Programme for Entrepreneurs desirous of applying to Schemes of National Horticulture Board.
http://www.nhb.gov.in/Training/Brochure/Litchi_ED_NHB_2019.pdf
• MISSION ORGANIC VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT FOR NORTH EASTERN REGION
http://mospi.nic.in/sites/default/files/cocsso/4_Bihar.pdf
• State horticulture department started home delivery of litchi through their portal.
horticulture.bihar.gov.in
• Chief Minister Horticulture Mission:
- The Main objective is to promote growth of horticulture sector, encourage aggregation of farmer’s, enhancing income strengthen nutritional security, improve productivity by way of quality germ-plasm, skill development and create employment
opportunity for rural youth.
• Organic Farming Production Program
- Bihar government has launched this program for the
cultivation of organic crops in all districts. Under this plan government is currently helping these farmers in producing natural fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides.
- For the first time in India, farmers of Bihar will get 50% subsidy for production of wormy compost, a natural fertilizer.
- At present, certification of organic crops produced in Nalanda has started which is being done by an agency, Ecocert. In Muzaffarpur, the National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation (NAFED) is doing certification of "Litchi".
• Bihar Agriculture Growth and Reform Initiative (BAGRI)
- It is aimed at reaching out to farmers towards
implementation of extension activities and developing
agriculture markets, capacity building, training, integrating farmers, market, federation and government officials
• Establishment of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVKs) in districts:
- As a first line extension system KVKs have brought in
visible changes in agriculture production system through raising productivity, increasing seed replacement ratio, capacity building of farmers and extension functionaries, empowering women and promoting self-help groups.
http://mospi.nic.in/sites/default/files/cocsso/4_Bihar.pdf
•Process: Sowing, Pruning using hand tools
•Technology
: Tools Required-
1.Blank distribution tubing drip irrigation hose
2.Tubing x FHT Adapter for Drip Irrigation Systems

 
15 Chhattisgarh Bastar Bastar Iron Craft Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No RICE PARBOILED TAMARIND DRIED OTHER PLANTS AND PARTS OF PLANTS $ IN PRFMRY, PHARMCY, INSECTICDL/FUNGICDL PURPSE, FRESH/DRIED RICE PARBOILED TAMARIND DRIED MOHUA FLOWERS RICE PARBOILED FRESH ENDOCARP LEMONS(CITRUS LIMON CITRUS LIMONUM) AND LIMES(CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA) FRSH OR DRIED 732690 764.1 723.49 -5.31% 318.61 658.51 106.68% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI)
• Khadi and Village Industry Commision (KVIC)
• Chhattisgarh Hastshilp Vikas
• State Khadi and Village Industry Commission
•Process
1. Heating recycled iron scrap
2. Scrap iron being beaten repeatedly when hot.
3. Foldig, Cutting and filing - unnecessary portions are cut away and filed to remove sharp objects.
4. Coating - varnish coat is
applied to enhance the luster.
5. Chiseling
6. Painting

•Technology - Tools
1.Dhukna Sar (furnace)
2.Muthli (hammer)
3. Chimtas (forceps)
4.Sandasis (tongs)
5.Chenni (chisels).
6.Tools made locally by blacksmiths
16 Goa South Goa Feni Yes No Not Sent Reco Manufactured Not Sent Reco No No No Yes No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S AIR-CRAFT ENGINES OTHER ANTINISTANINICS ,ANTACIDS,ANTIULCER,ANTIEMITICS AND OTHER GASTOINTESTINAL DRUGS OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S CIPROFLOXACIN (FLUOROQUINOLONES) OTHER NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMATORY, ANALGESTICS AND ANTIPYRATIC DRUGS BELOW 55% FE OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER ANTINISTANINICS ,ANTACIDS,ANTIULCER,ANTIEMITICS AND OTHER GASTOINTESTINAL DRUGS 22082092 0.34 0.9 164.71% 0 0 0.00% 65058.44 8658 53502.44 2898 96050.24 - 82080.8 13969.44 • MSME-CDP (Cluster Development Programme) • Goa government on 17 March 2016 classified the country liquor, Feni as Heritage Spirit of Goa. •Processes-
1.Distillation -in ‘soreachi bhatti' called 'mollop'
2. Fermenation
3. Juice collection from flowers - toddy tapping
•Technology: Machine
1. Fermenter
17 Goa North Goa Cashew Nuts No No Not Sent Reco - Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER INSECTICIDE NES PHENOBARBITONE,MEPHOBARBITONE,PRIMIDONE, PHENYTOIN,CARBAMAZPIN,ETHOSUCIMID, VALPORICACID ,DIAZEPA,LAMOTRIGIN,GAB OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S PHENOBARBITONE,MEPHOBARBITONE,PRIMIDONE, PHENYTOIN,CARBAMAZPIN,ETHOSUCIMID, VALPORICACID ,DIAZEPA,LAMOTRIGIN,GAB BELOW 55% FE OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S BELOW 55% FE OTHER ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS 080131, 080132 1607.37 1277.46 -20.52% 360.6 486.83 35.01% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojana-Remunerative Approaches for Agriculture and Allied Sector Rejuvenation (RKVY- RAFTAAR)•Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY)•Cashew Export Promotion Council of India (CEPCI)•Directorate of Cashew nut & Cocoa Development (DCCD)•Merchandise Export from India Scheme (MEIS) •Assistance for cultivation fruit & spices•Area expansion in cashew under State & NHM•Rejuvenation/replace of senile plantations.•Productivity improvement in cashew•Assured price for Agriculture produce•Goa Govt. has declared Cashew Nuts as the state fruit of Goa. •Process: Manual
1.Propagation: through seeds, through grafting, Air Layering
2.Land Preparation and Sowing Nutrient Management
3.Fertilizing
4.Inter Cropping,
5.Training and Pruning
6. Nutrient Management 7)Mulching
8.weed management
9.cover cropping
10. Plant protection, Pest Control
11.Harvesting
12. Yield
13. Processeing: a)Drying, b)Humidifying, c)Roasting, d)Shelling, e)Peeling, f)Sweating, g)Grading, h)Packing
18 Gujarat Chhota Udaipur Sankheda Furniture Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OTHER OTHER ODORIFEROUS PRPNS $ FOR DEODORIZING ROOM (EXCL AGARBATTI) OTHER INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM CASHEW KARNEL, WHOLE SALTS OF ROSIN OR OF RESIN ACIDS OR OF DRVTVS OF ROSIN/RESN ACIDS ,EXCL SLTS OF ROSN ADDUCTS     940330, 940340, 940350, 940360, 442090 338.18 276.05 -18.37% 258.78 600.65 132.11% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan YojanaMinistry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)
• Scheme for Promotion of Innovation, Rural Industry and Entrepreneurship’ (ASPIRE) would be consolidated for setting up of 80 Livelihood Business Incubators (LBIs) and 20 Technology Business Incubators (TBIs)in 2019-20 to develop 75,000 skilled entrepreneurs in agro-rural industry sectors.
• Pradhan Mantri Karam Yogi Maandhan Scheme. The Finance Minister further informed that the Government has decided to extend pension benefit to about three crore retail traders and small shopkeepers whose annual turnover is less than Rs.1.5 crore https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetailm.aspx?PRID=1577381
• SFURTI
• National Handicraft Development Programme
• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojna: Under a subsection of this scheme named Dastkar Shashktikaran Yojna, the programme enables community empowerment for mobilisation of artisans into self-help groups and societies. implementing agency will appoint a cluster manager.
• Mega Cluster Scheme
The programme follows a mega cluster-based approach in scaling up infrastructural and production chains at handicraft centres which have remained unorganised and have not kept up with modernisation and other developments. The objectives include generating employment and improving living standards for existing artisans.
• Marketing support and services scheme
This part of the programme provides interventions for domestic marketing events to artisans, such as providing financial assistance for organising or participating in marketing events in India.
• Research and development scheme
The schemes formulated are based on evaluation and research conducted from time to time by a governmental, in-house research and development team. The initiative was introduced to generate feedback on economic, social, aesthetic, and promotional aspects of various crafts and artisans in the sector.
• Facilitate centres of excellence and specialized sectors for skill like furniture manufacturing - Gujarat Industrial Policy 2015
http://imd-gujarat.gov.in/Document/2016-4-19_704.pdf
• Scheme for Assistance to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) (REVISED with enhanced assistance)
- Applicable for furniture manufacturing
https://ifp.gujarat.gov.in/DIGIGOV/StaticAttachment?AttachmentFileName=pdf/Policies/2c1.pdf

 
 
19 Gujarat Surendranagar Tangaliya Shawl Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No GREY SANITARY FIXTURES OF PORCELAIN/CHINA GREY2401 SANITARY FIXTURES OF PORCELAIN/CHINA GREY GREY2401 SANITARY FIXTURES OF PORCELAIN/CHINA GREY GREY2401 62141020, 62142010, 62149050, 62149060 1.13 0.93 -17.70% 79.82 165.76 107.67% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Hathkargha Samvardhan Sahayata Scheme, under which the government assists them by bearing 90% of the cost of new looms
•Athkargha Samvardhan Sahayata Scheme
• MoUs with IGNOU and NIOS
• Creation of Indian Handloom Brand Portal
• Development Commissioner of Handlooms under Union Ministry of Textiles Government
• SFURTI (Scheme of Funds for Regeneration of Traditional Industries)
• Mudra Loan
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme
• Comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme
• Revival,Reform and Restructuring Package
• Yarn Supply Scheme
• Handlooms Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme
a. Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
b.Health Insurance Scheme
•Scheme for Integrated Textile Processing Development (IPDS):
a. The primary objective of the IPDS is to facilitate the textile industry to become globally competitive using environmentally friendly processing standards and technology. The scheme would facilitate the textile units to meet the required environmental standards.
http://www.texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/GUIDELINES_FOR_IPDS.pdf
•Samarth (Scheme For Capacity Building In Textile Sector)
a. The objectives of the scheme are to provide demand-driven, placement oriented skilling programme to incentivize the efforts of the industry in creating jobs in the organized textile and related sectors to promote skilling and skill up-gradation in the traditional sectors through respective sectoral divisions/organizations of Ministry of Textile; and to provide livelihood to all sections of the society across the country.
https://samarth-textiles.gov.in/
•PEHCHAN Scheme
Pehchan’ cards scheme is a part of the initiative of Union Textile Ministry to register and provide identity cards to handicraft artisans and link them to a national database.
•Enforcement Wing
•Central assistance for Implementation of the Handlooms (Reservation of the Articles for Production) Act 1985
http://handlooms.nic.in/User_Panel/UserView.aspx?TypeID=1194
• Publicity & Propaganda Scheme For Handloom Apex Institutions
• 10% Special Rebate Scheme
• Improved Handloom To Individual Weavers
• Intensive Handloom Development Programme
•Process: Manual -
1. Unique dana work using wool, cotton, silk, acrylic, viscose while weaving (both in warp and weft).
2. Weaving: Tangaliya is produced using pit loom
20 Gujarat Jamnagar Jamnagari Bandhani Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL FUEL, NOT CONTAINING BIODIESEL, CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1460 AVIATION TURBINE FUELS, KEROSENE TYPE CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1571 MOTOR GASOLINE CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 2796 AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL FUEL, NOT CONTAINING BIODIESEL, CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1460 AVIATION TURBINE FUELS, KEROSENE TYPE CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1571 LIGHT NAPHTHA AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL FUEL, NOT CONTAINING BIODIESEL, CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1460 P-XYLENE AVIATION TURBINE FUELS, KEROSENE TYPE CONFORMING TO STANDARD IS 1571 540752, 540775 54.32 66.45 22.33% 78 114.87 47.27% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Handloom Development Scheme
• Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana
• integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS)
• Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana (MGBBY)
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• Scheme for Technical Textiles:
- Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) •
- Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) • Coverage of major machinery for technical textile manufacturing under concessional customs duty list of 5% •
- Certain technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme, under which exports of such products carry duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports
- Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT) o
a. Focus Incubation Centres (FIC)
b. Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in India (excluding North East Region)
- Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in North East Region
- Scheme for promoting usage of Geotechnical textiles in North East Region
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/scheme_technical_textile_070116.pdf
• Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster)
a. Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana.
b. Workshed -cum- Housing scheme.
c. Health package for Handloom weavers.
d. Thrift Deposit of Handloom weavers saving & Security scheme.
e. Bunkar Bima Yojana.
f. Sworajagar Credit Card to Handloom Weavers.
g. Organization of Exhibition and Fair.
h. Development of Exportable products and Marketing (DEPM).
i. Revised long-term action plan for KBK Districts.
j. Integrated Handloom Training Programme. http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20CPCDS%20guidelines.pdf
• Scheme for Assistance to Strengthen Specific Sectors in the Textile Value Ghain
• Interest Subsidy
• Power Tariff Subsidy
• Assistance for Environment and water conservation and Environmental Compliances
• Assistance for Technology Acquisition and Upgradation
• Support for Establishing Textile Park
•Technology: Tools used-
1.Basic-wooden blocks for marking designs.
2.Simple implements for dyeing.
•Process-
1. Bleaching
2. Printed with design through wooden blocks (Manual)
3. Tying of the motifs (Manual)
4. Dyeing (The desired amount of chemicals are put in a piece of cloth and swirled in hot water. )
21 Gujarat Bharuch Chemicals No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES 3208, 3209, 30 2343.65 2584.11 10.26% 5623.05 15197.26 170.27% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Chemicals Promotion Development Scheme• Guidelines of four schemes for the development of bulk drug and medical device parks in the country to promote their domestic manufacturing.• Scheme for setting up of Plastic Parks• Policy on Promotion of City Compost • Scheme for Incentive to Industries  
22 Gujarat Anand Dairy No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No CHEWING TOBACCO REACTIVE BLACKS OTHER TOBACCO NO STEMMD/STRIPPED CHEWING TOBACCO SACK AND BAG (INCL CONES)OF OTHR PLASTIC NES GEARS AND GEARNG,EXCL TOOTHD WHEELS,TRNSMSN ELMNTS PRSNTD SEPRTLY;BALL SCRWS;GEAR BOXSAND SPEED CHNGRS,INCL TORQUE C CHEWING TOBACCO SACK AND BAG (INCL CONES)OF OTHR PLASTIC NES REACTIVE BLACKS 04051000, 04039010, 04021010, 04012000, 22029030 2.71 5.06 86.72% 88.1 59.91 -32.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Dairy Enterpreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS):
For generating self-employment opportunities in the dairy sector, covering activities such as enhancement of milk production,procurement,preservation,transportation,processing and marketing of milk by providing back ended capital subsidy for bankable projects. The scheme is being implemented by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)
• Revival of Non-Functional Dairies of Saurastra and Kutchh region
• State Plan Dairy Development Scheme
a. Concentrate feeding for pregnant Animal (Cow+ Buffalo) of Schedule tribe animal keeper
b. Assistance for purchase of milking machine of schedule tribe animal keepers
c. Assistance for purchase of milking machine of schedule cast animal keepers
d. Assistance for purchase of milking machine of General Category animal keepers
e. Assistance for Dudhghar Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule tribe area of the state
f. Assistance for Dudhghar Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule cast area of the state
g. Assistance for Dudhghar Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of the state
h. Assistance for Go-down Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule tribe area of the state
i. Assistance for Go-down Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule cast area of the state
j. Assistance for Go-down Construction for the village Dairy co-operative societies of the state
k. Assistance for the purchase of Automatic milk collection system (AMCS) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of tribe area of the state
l. Assistance for the purchase of Automatic milk collection system (AMCS) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule cast of the state
m. Assistance for the purchase of Automatic milk collection system (AMCS) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of the state
n. Assistance for the purchase of Bulk Milk Cooler (BMC) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of tribe area of the state
o. Assistance for the purchase of Bulk Milk Cooler (BMC) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule cast of the state
p. Assistance for the purchase of Bulk Milk Cooler (BMC) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of the state
q. Assistance for the purchase of Milk Adulteration Detection Machine (MADM) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of tribe area of the state
r. Assistance for the purchase of Milk Adulteration Detection Machine (MADM)for the village Dairy co-operative societies of schedule cast of the state
s. Assistance for the purchase of Milk Adulteration Detection Machine (MADM) for the village Dairy co-operative societies of the state
 
23 Haryana Faridabad Auto Components No Yes Yes - Not Sent Reco No Not sure Not sure No No No No Yes OTHER CENTRIFUGES
OTHER F.H.P. MOTORS
OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 SILENCERS AND EXHAUST PIPES OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 OTHER F.H.P. MOTORS SILENCERS AND EXHAUST PIPES OTHER F.H.P. MOTORS OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 SILENCERS AND EXHAUST PIPES 8708 4713.88 4085.85 -13.32% 2274.76 4374.34 92.30% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •FAME
•National Automotive Testing and research and development (R&D) Infrastructure Project
•Government of India’s Automotive Mission Plan (AMP)
•SURYA
•Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)
•Haryana Skill Development Mission
 
 
24 Haryana Panipat Handloom & Textiles No Yes Yes - Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes CARPETS ETC OF COTTON (NT DURRIES ) OTHR MATRESS SUPORT AND ARTCLS OF BEDNG ETC TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN, OF TERRY TOWELLING OR SIMILAR TERRY FABRICS, OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM   CARPETS ETC OF COTTON (NT DURRIES ) OTHR MATRESS SUPORT AND ARTCLS OF BEDNG ETC TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN, OF TERRY TOWELLING OR SIMILAR TERRY FABRICS, OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM CARPETS ETC OF COTTON (NT DURRIES ) OTHR MATRESS SUPORT AND ARTCLS OF BEDNG ETC 5007, 5111, 5112, 5113, 5208, 5209, 5210, 5211, 5212, 62 897.55 895.41 -0.24% 4975.19 8868.58 78.26% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •SFURTI
•Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
oMahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
oHealth Insurance Scheme
•National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
•Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
•Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
•100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
•National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
•With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
•The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI. ]
•Scheme for Technical Textiles:
•Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) •
•Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) • Coverage of major machinery for technical textile manufacturing under concessional customs duty list of 5% •
•Certain technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme, under which exports of such products carry duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports
•Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT) o
•Focus Incubation Centres (FIC)
•Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in India (excluding North East Region)
•Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in North East Region
•Scheme for promoting usage of Geotechnical textiles in North East Region
ohttp://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/scheme_technical_textile_070116.pdf
•Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS):
oThe objective is to develop Mega Handloom Clusters that are located in clearly identifiable geographical locations that specialize in specific products, with close linkages and inter dependents amongst the key players in the cluster by improving the infrastructure facilities, with better storage facilities, technology up-gradation in pre-loom/on-loom/post-loom operations, weaving shed, skill up-gradation, design inputs, health facilities etc.
ohttps://www.startupindia.gov.in/content/sih/en/government-schemes/mega_cluster_scheme.html
•Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
•Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
•Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
•Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
•Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster)
oDeen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana.
oWorkshed -cum- Housing scheme.
oHealth package for Handloom weavers.
oThrift Deposit of Handloom weavers saving & Security scheme.
oBunkar Bima Yojana.
oSworajagar Credit Card to Handloom Weavers.
oOrganization of Exhibition and Fair.
oDevelopment of Exportable products and Marketing (DEPM).
oRevised long-term action plan for KBK Districts.
oIntegrated Handloom Training Programme. http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20CPCDS%20guidelines.pdf"
 
•Ease of Doing Business - Punjab Bureau of Investment Promotion
•Technical Textile park
•Textile Certification Labs
•Attractive Incentives for Anchor Units:
-NET GST REIMBURSEMENT FOR 15 YEARS ON BOTH INTER & INTRA STATE SALES Up to 200 % OF FCI
-EMPLOYMENT SUBSIDY UP TO INR 48,000 PER EMPLOYEE PER YEAR FOR 5 YEARS
-100% Exemption
a)Electricity Duty (15 yrs)
b)Stamp Duty
c)CLU/EDC
•Attractive Incentives for Large & MSME Units
-NET GST REIMBURSEMENT FOR 10 YEARS upto 125% of FCI
-100% exemption in Electricity Duty for 10 years
-100% exemption/ reimbursement from Stamp Duty on purchase or lease of land and building
-100% exemption from CLU/EDC
-100% exemption from property tax for 10 years
•Additional Incentives for MSME
-5% p.a. Interest Subsidy in Border Districts and Kandi Area and SC/Women Entrepreneurs up to INR 10 lakhs per year for 3 years
-Reimbursement of 50% of expenses up to INR 5 lakhs under ZED scheme of GOI
-Additional State support of interest subsidy under Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme (CLCSS) of Ministry of MSME, Government of India
-Reimbursement of 50% of expenses subject to maximum of INR 5 lakhs incurred on plant and machinery/ testing equipment under ZED scheme of GOI
-Assistance for access to Finance, Technology, Infrastructure, Marketing & Exports
 
25 Himachal Pradesh Kangra Kangra painting Yes Yes No Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No FBRC OF POLSTR,MXD WTH VISCOS RYON,DYED OTHER EXTRACTS OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES OTHER EXTRACTS OF BAMBOO OTHERS OTHER EXTRACTS TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG NATURAL OR ARTIFICALS ABRASIVE POWDER OR GRAIN ON A BASE OF OTHER MATERIALS 970110 75.2 59.85 -20.41% 8.97 64.77 622.07% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav
• Cultural Heritage Youth Leadership Programme
https://www.indiaculture.nic.in/scheme-cultural-heritage-youth-leadership-programme
• Scheme for “Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Diverse Cultural Traditions of India”
https://www.indiaculture.nic.in/scheme-safeguarding-intangible-cultural-heritage-and-diverse-cultural-traditions-india
• Scheme for Promoting International Cultural Relations
https://www.indiaculture.nic.in/scheme-promoting-international-cultural-relations
• Scheme of Financial Assistance for Promotion of Art and Culture
• Mukhyamantri Swavalamban Yojana(MSY) Process:
1. Extract colors from vegetable and mineral
2. Diffusing, screening, and pressing the pomace, and spinning, filtering and concentrating juice from the pomace to form an extract

•Technology
1.Reclaimed condenser - the pomace may be hydrated at various points during this process
26 Himachal Pradesh Kangra Kangra tea Yes Yes No Agricultural No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No FBRC OF POLSTR,MXD WTH VISCOS RYON,DYED OTHER EXTRACTS OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES OTHER EXTRACTS OF BAMBOO OTHERS OTHER EXTRACTS TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG NATURAL OR ARTIFICALS ABRASIVE POWDER OR GRAIN ON A BASE OF OTHER MATERIALS 090210, 090220, 090230, 090240 57.04 55.34 -2.98% 565.45 718.09 26.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Tea Development & Promotion Schemea. Plantation developmentb. Quality Upgradation & Product Diversificationc. Market Promotion (Domestic & International)d. Human Resource developmente. Research and Developmentf. National Programme for Tea Regulationg. Pending liabilities under the above componentshttp://www.teaboard.gov.in/pdf/CIRCULAR_Scheme_for_Medium_term_framework0001_pdf2424.pdf• TEA PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEMEhttp://210.212.247.18/tms/pdfdocuments/PDS_tea_plantation_development_scheme.pdfAssistance under Scheme for setting up Tea Boutiques in India for Domestic Promotionhttps://www.startupindia.gov.in/content/sih/en/government-schemes/assistance_for_setting_up_tea_boutiques.html • Plant Protection Program
https://hpkangra.nic.in/scheme/plant-protection-program/
•Process: Manual-
1. Plucking
2. Grading
3. Pruning
- Spring Flush - recovery season
•Technology
1. WIthering trough
2. Rolling Machine
3. Drying Machine
27 Himachal Pradesh Kullu Shawl Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No WADDING AND ARTCLS OF WADDING NES FELT,NOT IMPREGNATED,COATED,COVERED/ LAMINATED,OF WOOL/FINE ANIMAL HAIR ORANGES FRESH OR DRIED ORANGES FRESH OR DRIED WADDING AND ARTCLS OF WADDING NES TOMATOES FRESH OR CHILLED ORANGES FRESH OR DRIED APPLES FRSH FELT,NOT IMPREGNATED,COATED,COVERED/ LAMINATED,OF WOOL/FINE ANIMAL HAIR 62141020, 62142010, 62149050, 62149060 1.13 0.93 -17.70% 79.82 165.76 107.67% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Integrated Wool Development Programmea. Wool Marketing Schemeb. Wool Processing Schemec. HRD and Promotional Activitiesd. Social Security Scheme for Insurance of Sheep Breeders- Sheep Breeders Insurance Scheme (Bhed Palak Bima Yojana)e. Angora Wool Development Schemef. Wool Development SchemeReconstruction Plan for J&K (Pashmina Promotion Programme)http://woolboard.nic.in/Download/Schemes.pdfhttp://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/TextilesSector_WoolandWoollen_0.pdf• Scheme for Integrated Textile Processing Development (IPDS):a. The primary objective of the IPDS is to facilitate the textile industry to become globally competitive using environmentally friendly processing standards and technology. The scheme would facilitate the textile units to meet the required environmental standards.http://www.texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/GUIDELINES_FOR_IPDS.pdf• Samarth (Scheme For Capacity Building In Textile Sector)a. The objectives of the scheme are to provide demand-driven, placement oriented skilling programme to incentivize the efforts of the industry in creating jobs in the organized textile and related sectors to promote skilling and skill up-gradation in the traditional sectors through respective sectoral divisions/organizations of Ministry of Textile; and to provide livelihood to all sections of the society across the country.https://samarth-textiles.gov.in/• PEHCHAN SchemePehchan’ cards scheme is a part of the initiative of Union Textile Ministry to register and provide identity cards to handicraft artisans and link them to a national database.• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana- Craft Village Scheme: In order to promote naturally-existing clusters in geographical homogenous areas, the Government will encourage artisans/ weavers to register under 11 | P a g e Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.• SFURTI:a. One District One Craft Scheme• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme• Comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme• Revival,Reform and Restructuring Package• Yarn Supply Scheme• North Eastern Region Textile Promotion Scheme1.Cluster Development Project in NER2. Technological Upgradation of Handlooms in NER3. Market Promotion of Textiles and Handloom Products in NER• Handlooms Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme1. Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana2. Health Insurance Scheme• Enforcement Wing1. Central assistance for Implementation of the Handlooms (Reservation of the Articles for Production) Act 1985 • Karkhandar Scheme:(Restructuring of Training programmes)
The Government has recognized the need
to revive the languishing crafts by re-structuring its training programmes so as to provide impetus
to this sector. In order to save the rare crafts from extinction, a ‘Karkhandar Scheme’ for
handicrafts/handlooms sector has been formulated,
• State governemnts are providing 2% additional bonus as incentive to the manufacturer exporters on the realization of export earnings, in case of those who get their artisans mapped under PEHCHAN Scheme.
• Craft Village Scheme: In order to promote naturally-existing clusters in geographicalhomogenous areas, the Government will encourage artisans/ weavers to register under Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• One District One Craft Scheme: Jammu and Kashmir shall also promote ‘One district one Craft’ Scheme through convergence under various schemes including SFURTI being implemented by Ministry of MSME through Khadi Village Industries Board (KVIB).
• J&K Investor Summit
https://www.jkinvestorsummit.com/pdf/Wool%20Processing%20Handlooms%20and%20Handicrafts%20Policy%202020.pdf



Shawls are made in the valley itself by local people, woven using handlooms. Kashmir shawls, produced in wool, Pashmina wool are the made from sheep and goat hair. Wool obtained from them is of superior quality and white in colour. Rampur Bushahri sheep found in Himachal Pradesh are black in colour. Pashmina wool, superior and warm wool is obtained from Chiggu goat found in high hills and Angora wool from Angora rabbits reared in Kangra and Kullu districts of the state.
Shahtush, the most superior wool, collected from greater elevations, is very soft and fine, which almost melts to touch. For superior wool, the flocks are reared in arid pastoral conditions. Among the well recognised breeds of
sheep merino and its cross-breeds produce superior quality of wool. The woollen handloom activity, in
concentrated in Kinnaur, Kullu, Chamba, Himachal Pradesh is
Mandi, Kangra, Lahul
Spiti and Simla districts. The temperate areas where
agriculture is sub-servient with only one crop during the
yeJr, sheep and goat rearing is a paying occupation. These
two animals play a vital role in the economy of these semipastorals
who live in high hills of Pangi, Bharmour, Chotta
Bhangal, Bara Bhangal, Kinnaur, Kullu, Sxrmur, Lahul Spiti
and higher reaches of Simla. Due to the unfavourable
climatic conditions and geographically difficult terrains, it
becomes inevitable for the people of these remote areas to
remain indoors for about six months. So they utilize their time for processing and weaving wool.
28 Himachal Pradesh Kinnaur Himachali Chulli oil (apricot oil) Yes Yes No Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No                   33012590 275.96 375.16 35.95% 211.53 295.98 39.92% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent
• NMOOP:
a. Integrated development of Nurseries & plantation on the wasteland developed under MM-III as well as existing wasteland/ degraded forest land.
[Tree Borne OilSeeds]
https://nmoop.gov.in/Guidelines/NMOOP20114.pdf

b.Incentives for undertaking Intercropping with TBOS
c..Distribution of pre-processing, processing and oil extraction equipment
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• .National Horticulture Mission
• Centrally Sponsored "Horticulture Technology Mission"
a. Seed and planting material- production and supply of parental lines,quality seeds, rootstocks,mother stocks(scion blocks)
b.Technology Standardization/refinement and dissemination.
c.Acquition of technologies including import of planting material from other countries.
d. Imparting training through on farm trials/front line demonstrations.
http://www.hpagrisnet.gov.in/hpagris/Horticulture/Default.aspx?SiteID=5&PageID=1237
• Market Information Service Scheme for Horticulture Crops
• Horticulture Promotion Scheme
• Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojna
• PM Krishi Vikas Yojaa

• Van Samridhi Jan Samridhi:
To enhance economic returns to the rural households engaged in collecting and selling of Non-Timber Forest Produce(NTFP) .
https://hpforest.nic.in/files/Van%20Samridhi%20Jan%20Samridhi%2010.pdf
• HIM SWABLAMBAN
For Agriculture and allied Sectors
https://hpkinnaur.nic.in/hp-sc-st-development-corporation/
Traditional method-
Fresh fruits are collected from the trees. Then the ripe fruits are peeled off. The stones are decorticated manually using stones; around 4 kg of stones are decorticated in an hour. Sometimes hard stone is softened by immersing in water
for 15‐20 minutes. The kernels are separated using specific gravity method. After the
separation the kernels are crushed to powdered form using a pestle or mortar. The
powder is again crushed to form a paste. This paste on manual pressing yields the Oil.
During the process little water is added for separating the oil from the paste of kernels.


Modern method:
In this case a mechanical decorticator is used which can decorticate
120 kg of stones in an hour.The mixture of kernel and apricot husk is separated by
specific gravity method. The sundried kernels are passed through ‘oil expeller’ for
extraction of oil. The oil yield remains around 44%‐45%. The oil so extracted is superior
and transparent. However, the oil extracted by traditional method is still preferred
because of a distinct odour which is not found in the oil extracted through modern
methods.
29 Himachal Pradesh Solan Mushrooms No No Yes - Yes No No No No No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHR MEDICAMENT CONTAINING OTHR ANTIBIOTICAND PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE OTHER ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS OTHER DILOXANIDE FUROATE, CIMETIDINE, FAMOTIDINE NES OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHR MEDICAMENT CONTAINING OTHR ANTIBIOTICAND PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE OTHER ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS 07095100, 07115100, 07115900, 07123100, 20031000, 20039090 0.98 1.32 34.69% 2.68 2.15 -19.78% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojna
• Subsidy for Mushroom Development
• ICAR-Directorate of Mushroom Research - MUSHROOM CULTIVATION TRAINING
• mushroom development schemes
• Training on Mushroom Cultivation
• Registration of Mushroom Growers
• Supply of Compost
• Availability of Spawn
• Loan facilities for Mushroom Cultivation
• Extension Services
• Development of Mushroom Services •Process:
1. Storing in Bunkers
2. Indoor Composting
3. Sun drying
4. Chemical Sterilization
•Technology - Machines-
Tunnel technology for commercial cultivation of Oyster mushroom – multifunctional use of Pasteurization Tunnel
30 Jammu and Kashmir Kupwara Walnuts No Yes Not Sent Reco - Not Sent Reco Yes Yes yes yes No Yes No Yes                   080231,080232 38 66.94 76.15% 5.88 7.3 24.14% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture    
31 Jammu and Kashmir Budgam Kani Shawl Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No APPLES FRSH PRTS OF OTHR MCHNRY AND MCHNCL APPLNCS,HVNG INDVDL FUNCTNS OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S APPLES FRSH OTHER SOAP NUTS OTHER PLANTS AND PARTS OF PLANTS $ IN PRFMRY, PHARMCY, INSECTICDL/FUNGICDL PURPSE, FRESH/DRIED OTHR ITMS OF WOOL OTHR THN SHWLS,SCRVS AND MUFFLERS CAPS AND CLOSURES FOR BOTTLES   62141020, 62142010, 62149050, 62149060 1.13 0.93 -17.70% 79.82 165.76 107.67% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Integrated Wool Development Programme
a. Wool Marketing Scheme
b. Wool Processing Scheme
c. HRD and Promotional Activities
d. Social Security Scheme for Insurance of Sheep Breeders
- Sheep Breeders Insurance Scheme (Bhed Palak Bima Yojana)
e. Angora Wool Development Scheme
f. Wool Development SchemeReconstruction Plan for J&K (Pashmina Promotion Programme)
http://woolboard.nic.in/Download/Schemes.pdf
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/TextilesSector_WoolandWoollen_0.pdf
• Scheme for Integrated Textile Processing Development (IPDS):
a. The primary objective of the IPDS is to facilitate the textile industry to become globally competitive using environmentally friendly processing standards and technology. The scheme would facilitate the textile units to meet the required environmental standards.
http://www.texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/GUIDELINES_FOR_IPDS.pdf
Samarth (Scheme For Capacity Building In Textile Sector)
a. The objectives of the scheme are to provide demand-driven, placement oriented skilling programme to incentivize the efforts of the industry in creating jobs in the organized textile and related sectors to promote skilling and skill up-gradation in the traditional sectors through respective sectoral divisions/organizations of Ministry of Textile; and to provide livelihood to all sections of the society across the country.
https://samarth-textiles.gov.in/
PEHCHAN Scheme
Pehchan’ cards scheme is a part of the initiative of Union Textile Ministry to register and provide identity cards to handicraft artisans and link them to a national database.
• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana
- Craft Village Scheme: In order to promote naturally-existing clusters in geographical homogenous areas, the Government will encourage artisans/ weavers to register under 11 | P a g e Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• SFURTI:
a. One District One Craft Scheme
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme
• Comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme
• Revival,Reform and Restructuring Package
• Yarn Supply Scheme
• North Eastern Region Textile Promotion Scheme
1.Cluster Development Project in NER
2. Technological Upgradation of Handlooms in NER
3. Market Promotion of Textiles and Handloom Products in NER
• Handlooms Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme
1. Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
2. Health Insurance Scheme
• Enforcement Wing
1. Central assistance for Implementation of the Handlooms (Reservation of the Articles for Production) Act 1985
• A project under the Research and Design Development Scheme was sanctioned by Development Commissioner of Handlooms under Union Ministry of Textiles Government and implemented in the village to revive old shawl designs.
• In order to encourage weavers of Kanihama village, the Society has provided financial assistance of Rs 3.32 lakhs for purchase, renovation and modernization of looms, the other kinds of shawls like: Pashmina and the Kashmiri Sozni, which have been enacted under the GIA. Moreover, shawls worth Rs. 87 crores were exported this financial year while the figure was Rs. 147 crores in previous financial year
- The CDI has started a pashmina testing laboratory, wherein fibres go through a microscopic examination to detect inauthentic produce.
• https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332801594_Kani_Shawl_A_Case_Study_of_a_Milestone_in_the_Art_of_Weaving
•https://www.jkhandicrafts.com/scheme-renovation-replacement-of-looms.htm• Training Scheme Training Programme - In order to broaden the artisan base and to maintain rather augment the human resource required in the industry, department is running 553 training centres of elementary/ advance nature having about 13,000 intake capacity.• Massive Carpet Scheme - Massive Carpet Scheme was introduced in the J&K State in the year 1976 with the aim and object to extend the training programme to both rural and urban areas in order to facilitate the job employment. The scheme was sponsored and funded partly by the State and Central Government.• Marketing Support (Publicity & Exhibitions) - Lakhs of artisans are engaged in manufacturing of handicrafts products in the state to earn their livelihood. Being environment friendly these activities are best suited to the state as they are more labour and less capital intensive in nature, therefore having scope for employment generation at a large scale. The famous crafts like Shawls, Crewel, Namdha, Kani Shawls, Costume Jewellery and Carpets are acclaimed worldwide and connoisseurs delight.• Organization of Special Campaign - Since the artisans associated with the Handicrafts activities are mostly working in an unorganized sector and have no access to various incentive being available under labour laws in vogue. A considerable section of the population is associated with the Handicrafts activity and after Agriculture and Horticulture, it is the Handicrafts sector which generates substantial employment opportunity to the general public especially to the people of Kashmir valley.• State Award to Individual Master Craftman Schemes For the upliftment of artisan community, the state Govt. has launched several schemes and State Award Schemes is one such scheme aimed to encourage the talented craft persons to excel their workmanship skills and to give them recognition for having contributed in the development of the craft of the J&K.• Self Employement to Individual Artisans • Modernization of SOD • Replacement/ Renovation of Looms • Artisan Credit Card Scheme •Process: Manual-
1. Spinning of yarn from the wool collected form undercoat of pashmina goats
2.The harvested Pashmina threads are washed manually, combed and spun
3. Weaving

Technology
1. Kani ballads
2. Handlooms
3. Charkhas - spinning wheel used by hand to weave.
32 Jammu and Kashmir Kishtwar Saffron Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No                   91020 19.06 20.25 6.24% 0.34 0.72 111.76% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Saffron Mission    
33 Jammu and Kashmir Pulwama Pencil No No Not Sent Reco - Not Sent Reco No Not sure Not sure Yes No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S     MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1500CC BUT <3000CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S REPELANT FOR INSECTS SUCH AS FLIES,MOSQUTO OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER SAFFRON OTHER ANTICANCER DRUGS 96091000 2.75 3.01 9.45% 8.75 24.63 181.49% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Assistance to Professional Bodies & Seminars/Symposia- Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)- Fiscal Incentives: The incentives include nominal support for pre-operative expenses like domestic travel for young and senior scientists (Indian only), contingencies (stationery items, working tea /lunch, audio-visuals etc.) and pre-conference printing (announcements, abstracts etc.)
• Interest Subsidy on Working capital

• Sate Capital Investment Subsidy

• State Freight Refund Scheme

• Subsidy on Pollution Control Devices

• Quality Control and Testing Equipment

• Toll Tax Exemption on import or raw material and export of finished goods

• Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP)

• Management Development Programme (MDP)
 
• Interest Subsidy on Working capital
• Sate Capital Investment Subsidy
• State Freight Refund Scheme
• Subsidy on Pollution Control Devices
• Quality Control and Testing Equipment
• Toll Tax Exemption on import or raw material and export of finished goods
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP)

Ceddar trees harvested, trucker hauls tree to mill prepares the lumber. Leads - Graphite mined, gums taped.
Manual-
1. Raw cutting
2. Cutting
3. Mixing
Machines Required-
1. Automatic Grooving Machine
2. Sharpening and Chamfering
Machine
3. Lead Pressing Machine
4. Mechanical Plunger
34 Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar Papier Machie Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No                   482370 2.21 4.16 88.24% 3.97 6.54 64.74% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
• Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
•https://www.jkhandicrafts.com/scheme-renovation-replacement-of-looms.htm• Training Scheme Training Programme - In order to broaden the artisan base and to maintain rather augment the human resource required in the industry, department is running 553 training centres of elementary/ advance nature having about 13,000 intake capacity.• Massive Carpet Scheme - Massive Carpet Scheme was introduced in the J&K State in the year 1976 with the aim and object to extend the training programme to both rural and urban areas in order to facilitate the job employment. The scheme was sponsored and funded partly by the State and Central Government.• Marketing Support (Publicity & Exhibitions) - Lakhs of artisans are engaged in manufacturing of handicrafts products in the state to earn their livelihood. Being environment friendly these activities are best suited to the state as they are more labour and less capital intensive in nature, therefore having scope for employment generation at a large scale. The famous crafts like Shawls, Crewel, Namdha, Kani Shawls, Costume Jewellery and Carpets are acclaimed worldwide and connoisseurs delight.• Organization of Special Campaign - Since the artisans associated with the Handicrafts activities are mostly working in an unorganized sector and have no access to various incentive being available under labour laws in vogue. A considerable section of the population is associated with the Handicrafts activity and after Agriculture and Horticulture, it is the Handicrafts sector which generates substantial employment opportunity to the general public especially to the people of Kashmir valley.• State Award to Individual Master Craftman Schemes For the upliftment of artisan community, the state Govt. has launched several schemes and State Award Schemes is one such scheme aimed to encourage the talented craft persons to excel their workmanship skills and to give them recognition for having contributed in the development of the craft of the J&K.• Self Employement to Individual Artisans • Modernization of SOD • Replacement/ Renovation of Looms • Artisan Credit Card Scheme The skilled artisans involved with this painstaking process are called sakhta makers. The materials involved with this process are discarded paper, cloth, straw of rice plant, copper sulfate, which are mixed and made into a pulp. The paper, after immersing in water for 4–5 weeks, is taken out and made into a pulp and dried. The dried paper is then converted to a powder. There is also a practice to mix the powdered paper with rice water to facilitate coagulation. Paper is just softened and not pulped and then applied in layers over the mold and drying it after covering each layer of pulp to get the desired shape. At the wet stage of application, the layers were covered with a muslin cloth and overlaid with another layer of material similar to plaster of Paris, locally known as gutchi.
35 Karnataka Haveri Byadagi Chilli Yes Yes Yes Agricultural No No Yes Yes No No No No No STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD OF GENUS CAPSICUM STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) VEGETABLE SEEDS FOR PLANTING N.E.S. CHILLY POWDER STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM VEGETABLE SEEDS FOR PLANTING N.E.S. 09042010 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Indian Spice Board-scheme of mandatory sampling and testing since October, 2003 for chillies and chilli products.
• Integrated Pest Management.
a. Supply of HDPE/Silpauline sheets to the farmers for hygienic drying of chillies
b. Assistance for construction of drying yards for hygienic drying of Guntur Sannam chillies
c. Quality improvement training programmes for farmers, traders and officers of Horticulture and Agriculture Departments on pre and post-harvest improvement aspects.
d. Setting up of Spice park (common infrashucture facilities for cleaning, grading,
• processing, packaging etc.) for chilli in Guntur.
• Establishment of regional Quality evaluation Laboratory at Guntur
• National Horticulture Mission
• National Agriculture Development Programme-Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
• Agmark Grading & Standardization
• Scheme for infrastructure development- Ministry of food processing industries
• RoDTEP:
- RoDTEP is a scheme for the Exporters to make Indian products cost-competitive and create a level playing field for them in the Global Market.The new RoDTEP Scheme is fully WTO compliant scheme.
It will reimburse all the taxes/duties/levies being charged at the Central/State/Local level which are not currently refunded under any of the existing schemes but are incurred at the manufacturing and distribution process.
• e-NAM:National Agriculture Market (eNAM) is a pan-India electronic trading portal which networks the existing APMC mandis to create a unified national market for agricultural commodities.
• ReMS, a joint venture between the Karnataka government and NCDEX Spot Exchange, has automated the APMC mandis in the State by rolling out the unified markets platform (UMP)• Raita Samparka Kendra• Organic Farming Promotional Schemes of the Governmenta.Savayava BhagyaYojane(SBY)b.Market Based Specific Crop Organic Cluster Development Programmec.New Scheme of Zero Budget Natural Farming of 2018-19https://organics-millets.in/index.php/Welcome/aboutdepartment  
36 Karnataka Chikkaballapur Banglore Rose Onion Yes Yes No Agricultural No No No No Yes No No No No MULBURY SILK WASTE JACKETS AND BLAZERS OF OTHER FIBRES CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD MULBURY SILK WASTE CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD SILK WASTE N.E.S. MULBURY SILK WASTE CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD CUCMBRS AND GHRKNS PRPD/PRSVD BY ACETIC ACID 07031010 1.16 79.47 6750.86% 267.55 241.94 -9.57% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Tomato Onion Potato (TOP) scheme announced in the 2018-19 Budget was expected to address the problem of surplus in producing areas, but the scheme has not taken off, it said, adding that the government should provide railway rakes for reducing transportation cost.
• Financial Assistance Schemes
• Food Processing Find (FPF) of NABARD
• Mega Food Park Scheme (MoFPI)
• National Food Security Mission (NFSM)
• Agri Export Zone
• Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY-RAFTAAR) for building storage capacities for onion and setting up marketing infrastructure.
• Karnataka Raitha Suraksha Pradhana Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana
• Agriculture Technology Management Agency (ATMA)
Agri-Clinics & Agri-Business Centers (ACABC)
• Mass Media Support to Agricultural Extension
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Procurement of Agricultural Machinery & Equipments (Subsidy Pattern)
• Weather Based Crop Insurance Scheme (WBCIS)
Planting Seasons-
1.Raised in in nursery beds or small flat beds which are thinned later and transplanted them into field.
2.Hoeing (Manual)
3.Irriagation (bund)
4.Weeding
5.Harvest
37 Karnataka Chitradurga LED lights No No No - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No KERNELS, H.P.S UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF SYN FIBRES CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD KERNELS, H.P.S UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF COTTON UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF OTHER FIBRES KERNELS, H.P.S UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF COTTON UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF SYN FIBRES 9405, 94054090, 94051090, 94059900 1171.91 1011.95 -13.65% 140.48 247.96 76.51% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme (DELP)
• LED STREET LIGHTING PROJECTS
• EESL distributes 30 cr LED bulbs under UJALA Scheme
• LED lighting initiative run by Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture between PSUs under the Ministry of Power, has made the LED lamp industry
• The iLEDtheway campaign
• Standards & Labeling (S&L) Program (for lamps)
• Light Emitting Diodes (LED) bulbs mandatory for all domestic and commercial lightings across the state.
• BBMP – street lights: The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Council approved a proposal to replace 4.85-lakh sodiumvapour street lamps with LED bulbs.
•Technology: Machines used -
1. LED Bulb Tikki Fitting machine
2. LED punching machine
3. Power Press machine
4. Cleaning of wafer through ultrasonic process
38 Karnataka Koppal Plastic & Electronic Toys No Yes Yes - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No RICE PARBOILED KERNELS, H.P.S GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED RICE PARBOILED OTHER OIL SEEDS AND OLEGINOUS FRUITS W/N BROKEN VEGETABLE SEEDS FOR PLANTING N.E.S. KERNELS, H.P.S OTHER OIL SEEDS AND OLEGINOUS FRUITS W/N BROKEN RICE PARBOILED 95030090, 95030030 3.08 3.11 0.97% 3.27 4.97 51.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • MSME Promotional & Developmental schemes for MSMEs like CLCSS, Design clinic scheme , cluster development scheme , ISO certification scheme, Participation in fairs/exhibitions •Incentives for setting up the plant
•Capital Subsidy
•Interest Subsidy on term loan
•Power Tariff Subsidy
•Rental Subsidy
•Export Port Subsidy
•Certifications Reimbursements"
 
 
39 Karnataka Ramanagara Channapatna Toys Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No GEAR BOXES DOLLS OF PLASTIC OTHR 1-NPTHYLAMN 2-NPTHYLAMN AND THEIR DRVTVS AND SLTS THREOF GEAR BOXES DOLLS OF PLASTIC OTHER PARTS OF SEMI DIESEL ENGINES GEAR BOXES DOLLS OF PLASTIC OTHR 1-NPTHYLAMN 2-NPTHYLAMN AND THEIR DRVTVS AND SLTS THREOF 950300 303.99 279.17 -8.16% 36.67 115.98 216.28% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Programme for the Development of the Toy Industry (NPDTI):
Technological upgradation of Toy sector, Establishing a Toy Design and Development Institute (TDDI) at Greater Noida as a common facility for providing technological knowhow, testing and certification facilities and training programmes, Establishing a marketing network by participating in International and National Fairs and conducting vendor development programmes
https://dcmsme.gov.in/publications/books/cl$ev/ch4.pdf [Page 21]

• Union government's requirement of compulsory Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification for toys will come into effect from 1 January, 2021.
• The Karnataka Handicrafts Development Corporation (KHDC) provides assistance with marketing efforts. Most oldest and popular manufacturing unit Bharath Art and crafts help develop innovative products.  
40 Karnataka Mysuru Integrated circuit boards No Yes Yes - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No PRINTED CIRCUITS RADIALS TYRES USED ON BUSES/LORRIES OTHE PARTS FR OTHR USE PRINTED CIRCUITS OTHER RADIALS TYRES USED ON BUSES/LORRIES PRINTED CIRCUITS RADIALS TYRES USED ON BUSES/LORRIES MOTR CYCLWTH CYLNDR CPCTY >75 BT<=250 CC 8542 8751.58 10105.44 15.47% 132.36 157.03 18.64% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Scheme for Promotion of Manufacturing of Electronic Components and Semi conductors (SPECS): This scheme focuses on providing incentive of 25% of capital expenditure made by eligible entities
• Production Linked Incentive (‘PLI’) Scheme – This scheme focuses on providing incentives of 4% to 6% on incremental sales to eligible companies
•Karnataka Semi conductor Policy
•Karnataka will give capital investment subsidy of 25% on industrial plots to attract investments in the electronics system design and manufacturing (ESDM) sector.
•Other incentives include full reimbursement of stamp duty and registration fee, and land conversion fee, and power tarriff subsidy of Re 1 per unit for a five-year period. The government will also give a production linked incentive for new investments as well as expansion of 1% of annual turnover during the policy period of five years.
•Digital Economy Mission
•Processes - Manufacturing process takes place in a tightly controlled environment known as a clean room where the air is filtered to remove foreign particles.
1. Masking
2. Doping
3, Layering

•Machinery and Technology used-
1. Photolithography technology.
2. Semiconductor Lithography Equipment
3. Quartz tube surrounded by a heating element.
 
41 Karnataka Gulbarga Solar panels, inverters, capacitators etc No No No - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No KERNELS, H.P.S OTHER ACTVTD NATRL MNRL PRDCTS BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 OTHER ACTVTD NATRL MNRL PRDCTS OTHR BENTONITE (INCL. PROCESSED, ACTIVATEDAND GROUND OTHER ACTVTD NATRL MNRL PRDCTS OTHR BENTONITE (INCL. PROCESSED, ACTIVATEDAND GROUND OTHER STONE 85414011, 85044010, 8532 1.27 1.13 -11.02% 40.51 117.08 189.02% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Scheme for Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects
• PM KUSUM Yojana
• Operationalisation of 300 MW Solar PV Projects by defence establishment and para military forces
• Scheme for Setting up of 750 MW Grid–connected Solar PV Power Projects under Batch–1 of Phase–II of JNNSM with Viability Gap Funding Support
• Scheme for Setting up of 2000 MW Grid–connected Solar PV Power Projects under Batch–III of Phase–II of JNNSM with Viability Gap Funding Support
• Scheme for Setting up of 5000 MW Grid–connected Solar PV Power Projects under Batch–IV of Phase–II of JNNSM with Viability Gap Funding Support
• Grid Connected Rooftop
• Pilot–cum–demonstration project for development of grid connected solar PV power plants on canal banks and canal tops
• Scheme for setting up of 1000 MW of Grid–Connected Solar PV Power projects by Central Public Sector Undertakings (CPSUs) under Batch– V of Phase II of JNNSM
• Off–Grid scheme– SPV lighting systems and power plants, Solar Pumps
• Karnataka Surya Raitha Scheme Solar Pump Subsidy
• Karnataka(BESCOM) Solar Rooftop Policy for 2019-20
• For grid connected megawatt scale solar power projects of less than 5MW capacity at Rs.3.08 per unit;
• For grid connected Solar Rooftop Photovoltaic projects of 1 kW to 2000kW at Rs. 3.07 per unit (without capital subsidy) and at Rs.2.32 only per unit (with capital subsidy)
• For grid connected Solar Rooftop Photovoltaic projects of 1 kW to 10 kW for domestic consumers at Rs.3.99 per unit (without capital subsidy) and at Rs.2.97 per unit (with capital subsidy);
 
42 Karnataka Bengaluru Rural Machine Tools No Yes No - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No Yes PARTS OF OTHER ENGINES AND MOTORS OTHERS ELECTRIC INVERTERS PARTS OF OTHER ENGINES AND MOTORS OTHERS OTHER TURMERIC OTHERS PARTS OF OTHER ENGINES AND MOTORS MOBILE PHONES, OTHER THAN PUSH BUTTON TYPE 8459 172.89 171.79 -0.64% 8.4 11.78 40.24% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Capital Goods Policy


• Integrated Machine Tool Park (TMTP)
• Common Engineering Centre with training, testing and R&D facilities is being set up at TMTP.
• Global precision engineering SEZ in Belagavi and global engineering SEZ at Mangaluru is being established.
•Technology
1.Precision Machine Service
2.Tig Welding Services
3. Bandsaw Sharpeners
4. Air compressors
5. Bench Drilling Machine
6. Lathe Machine
7. Pillar Drill Machine
8. Air cooled Welder
43 Kerala Wayanad Wayanad Robusta Coffee Yes Yes Yes Agricultural No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes COFFEE ROB CHERRY AB COFFEE ROB CHERRY OTHER GRADE RICE PARBOILED COFFEE ROB CHERRY AB COFFEE ROB CHERRY OTHER GRADE RICE PARBOILED COFFEE ROB CHERRY OTHER GRADE COFFEE ROB CHERRY AB RICE PARBOILED 0901 8.6 6.27 -27.09% 130.56 274.77 110.45% 53336 Tonnes 21800 Tonnes 8600 Tonnes 300 Tonnes 56245 Tonnes 23000 Tonnes 9500 Tonnes 325 Tonnes • Integrated Coffee Development Project
https://www.indiacoffee.org/modalities-implementation-support-schemes.html
a. R & D for sustainable coffee Production
b. Transfer of Technology & Capacity Building
c. Development Support Scheme
d. Coffee Development Programme in NTA
e. Coffee Development Programme in NER
f. Welfare Measures to Children of labourers
g. Risk Management to Growers
h. Support for Mechanization of Farm Operations
i. Export Promotion
- Providing Transit/Freight Assistance for Coffee Exporters
- https://www.indiacoffee.org/Schemes/ICDP_MTF_Export_Promn.pdf
- http://www.fisme.org.in/export_schemes/DOCS/B-4/COFEE.pdf
j. Market Development
k. Support for Value Addition
• Coffee Board’s participation in International fair / exhibitions.
• SCHEME OF SUPPORT FOR COFFEE PROCESSING:
a. The objective of the scheme is to enhance the quality of coffee products and achieve value addition through the introduction of improved technologies in coffee roasting, grinding and packaging.
b. Coffee Board offers 40 % capital subsidy to Self Help Groups engaged in Coffee Processing
https://indiamicrofinance.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SUBSIDY-SCHEME-FOR-COFFEE-ROASTINGGRINDING-AND-PACKAGING-UNITS
• Rainfall Insurance Scheme For Coffee Growers(Risc)
• Support For Mechanisation Of Coffee Estates Operation

• Farmers’ Trade Market of the Brahmagiri Development Society (BDS)
Kerala: Blossom backing insurance
• Kerala: Monsoon Insurance Rainfall
•Technology: Machines used-
1. Roaster
2. Coffee Hullers
3. Coffee Dry Mill and Curing Plant Machinery
4. Coffee Wet Processing Machinery
5. Coffee Colmena Pump
44 Kerala Kannur Monsooned Malabar Arabica Coffee Yes Not Sent Reco No Agricultural No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes OF A WATER ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT BY WEIGHT NOT EXCEEDING 0.5% OTHER BED LINEN, TABLE LENEN, TOILET LINEN, KITCHEN LINEN: OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM HARD BOARD OF A WATER ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT BY WEIGHT NOT EXCEEDING 0.5% OTHER BED LINEN, TABLE LENEN, TOILET LINEN, KITCHEN LINEN: OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM HARD BOARD HARD BOARD OTHR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS N.E.S. OTHER GINGER; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND 0901 125.08 121.52 -2.85% 369.01 380.85 3.21% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Integrated Coffee Development Project
https://www.indiacoffee.org/modalities-implementation-support-schemes.html
a. R & D for sustainable coffee Production
b. Transfer of Technology & Capacity Building
c. Development Support Scheme
d. Coffee Development Programme in NTA
e. Coffee Development Programme in NER
f. Welfare Measures to Children of labourers
g. Risk Management to Growers
h. Support for Mechanization of Farm Operations
i. Export Promotion
- Providing Transit/Freight Assistance for Coffee Exporters
- https://www.indiacoffee.org/Schemes/ICDP_MTF_Export_Promn.pdf
- http://www.fisme.org.in/export_schemes/DOCS/B-4/COFEE.pdf
j. Market Development
k. Support for Value Addition
• Coffee Board’s participation in International fair / exhibitions.
• SCHEME OF SUPPORT FOR COFFEE PROCESSING:
a. The objective of the scheme is to enhance the quality of coffee products and achieve value addition through the introduction of improved technologies in coffee roasting, grinding and packaging.
b. Coffee Board offers 40 % capital subsidy to Self Help Groups engaged in Coffee Processing
https://indiamicrofinance.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/SUBSIDY-SCHEME-FOR-COFFEE-ROASTINGGRINDING-AND-PACKAGING-UNITS
• Rainfall Insurance Scheme For Coffee Growers(Risc)
• Support For Mechanisation Of Coffee Estates Operation
• NCDC has been implementing a Central Sector/Corporation Sponsored Scheme for providing financial assistance towards setting-up of agro-based processing units for plantation crops (Tea, Coffee, Rubber, Cashew, Arecanut, Spices etc.), food grain processing (rice/dal mills, bakery, roller flour mills, maize starch/ glucose plants etc.), oilseed processing units and various other processing units.Following activities are covered:-
a. Establishment of new processing units.
b.Expansion/modernisation/rehabilitation/diversification of existing units.
c.Strengthening of share capital base
d.Margin money/working capital to commodity cooperative and State-level Commodity Federations for expansion of their business activities
https://cooperation.kerala.gov.in/2019/05/07/promotion-of-processing-co-operatives-ncdc-assisted-state-share/
• Entrepreneur Support Scheme (ESS): The new Entrepreneur Support Scheme intends to
(i) provide extensive support to micro, small and medium enterprises and
(ii) give one time support to entrepreneurs, with due regard to special categories by optimal utilisation of funds and giving more flexibility of operation while implementing the Scheme.
[Coffee Powders are categorized under Agro based industry]
http://www.keralaindustry.org/images/pdf/schemes/ess.pdf
 
45 Kerala Kozhikode Malabar Pepper Yes Not Sent Reco No Agricultural No No yes yes No No No No No OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE 09041120 51.07 33.3 -34.80% 0.48 1.45 202.08% 953 MT     31 Crores         • Spice Board:
a. installation of pepper threshers for hygienic separation of pepper berries from the spikes. According to Spices Board officials, it is proposed to provide over 1,100 units of pepper threshers during this plan period in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and North Eastern states.
https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/agri-business/spices-board-announces-new-schemes-for-pepper-growers/article7231104.ece
b. Extension Advisory Scheme
c. Production and Supply of quality planting materials
d. Spice replanting schemes for economically unprofitable plantations providing subsidies.
e. Irrigation and land development programmes
• Western Ghats Development Programmes in Kerala, Karnataka and with joint financial support from the respective Governments.
• Tribal development programme-
a. Development of infrastructure for the post-harvest improvement and storage of spices.
b. Training programmes for quality improvement of Spices
c. Development of technology, infrastructure and collaborative studies.
d. Scheme for promoting organic farming in Spices
e. Plantation labour welfare schemes like providing educational stipend to the children of the cardamom estate workers.
f. Researches for crop improvement through Biotechnology, Crop management, Post-harvest technology etc.
g. Market development programmes
• Certification:
Govt. of India has taken steps to have indigenous certification system to help small and marginal growers and to issue valid organic certificates through certifying agencies accredited by APEDA.
• Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
• Export Development & Promotion of Spices

The programmes under the scheme ‘Export Development and Promotion’ aims to support exporters to adopt high tech processing technologies or to upgrade existing level of technologies for high end value addition and to develop capabilities to meet the changing food safety standards in the importing countries.
https://www.indianspices.com/sites/default/files/Export_Development_Promotion.pdf
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH), with the objective of promoting holistic development of horticulture including spices.
• Spice Parks – Ministry of Commerce

• State Horticulture Missions (SHM)
pepper rehabilitation programme
a. Decentralised pepper nurseries,
b. establishment of new pepper gardens, and revitalization of existing gardens,
c. integrated pepper development in Idukki,
d. assistance for area expansion, promotion of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhiza (VAM),
e. farmers varieties,
f. grafts,
g. soil less nursery,
h. support to secondary and micro nutrients,
i. soil ameliorants, prophylactic spraying through agro service centres and
j. revitalization of pepper samithies are envisaged.
k. Area expansion of ginger, turmeric, pure/ inter cropping of nutmeg and clove is also included under the programme.
https://keralaagriculture.gov.in/2018/12/22/development-of-spices/
1. Blanched the berries in water to clean and to prepare for drying
2. drying in the sun or using machines
3. Black pepper is grown in well drained soil and requires regular irrigation
4. As black pepper is a vine it requires supporting crops to grow alongside which also helps in crop rotation
46 Kerala Idukki Marayoor Jaggery Yes Not Sent Reco No Agricultural No No Yes Yes No No No No No OTHER CARDAMOM; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND INSTANT TEA SMALL (ELLETTARIA),ALLEPPEY GREEN INSTANT TEA SMALL (ELLETTARIA),ALLEPPEY GREEN OTHER CARDAMOM; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND OTHER CARDAMOM; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND SMALL (ELLETTARIA),ALLEPPEY GREEN PLTS,SHTS STRP OF MICRO-CELLULAR RUBR 17011410 0.03 0.79 2533.33% 1.68 5.78 244.05% 3500T 0 400T 3100T 4000T 0 450T 3550T

• Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Financial Assistance Schemes
• Food Processing Find (FPF) of NABARD
• MegaFoodPark Scheme (MoFPI)
• National Food Security Mission (NFSM)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Micro Irrigation – (MI) Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchagee Yojana (PMKSY)
• Collective farming
• Special Area Development Programme (SADP)
• Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bhima Yojana (PMFBY)
• National Agricultural Development Programme (NADP)
• .Food crop production project :Development and promotion of Location specific crops Scheme
Projects proposed by PSU - Traditional Sector-KELPAM- Jaggery manyfacturing unit
http://www.finance.kerala.gov.in/includeWeb/fileViewer.jsp?dId=b8yg3th2sj0qc7x
•Processes-
1. Land Preparation - Ploughing, tillering, levelling, earthing up, construction of ridges
and furrows, making of drainage channels
2. Planting
3. Crop Management - Irrigation and detrashing.
4. Harvesting
5. Jaggery preparation - clarification, boiling and concentration, cooling, moulding
and packaging

Harvesting-
10-11 months of planting without much reduction in yield

•Technology/Tools used-
1. sickles and felling knives
2. Chimney
3. Pans
4. Furnace
47 Kerala Ernakulam Vazhakulam Pineapple Yes Not Sent Reco No Agricultural Yes No No No No No No No No GAS OIL WHOLE SQUIDS FROZEN OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS WHOLE SQUIDS FROZEN BABIES GARMENTS ETC OF COTTON WHOLE SQUIDS FROZEN BABIES GARMENTS ETC OF COTTON OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS 08043000, 20079930, 20082000, 20094100, 20094900 3.06 3.08 0.65% 3.25 4.87 49.85% 8520 Nil 84.852 Nil 8360 Nil 84.248 Nil • Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
•Kerala Pineapple Mission
•Pineapple Research Station Vazhakulam
1.Planting is done in almost all months, except heavy monsoon seasons.
2.A modern fruit processing factory for the processing of pineapple.
3. Planting - Planting and treating suckers, maintaining the crop - preventing early maturing and weed control.
4.Harvesting - Cutting, collecting and induce maturig
48 Kerala Alappuzha Coir Products Yes Not Sent Reco Yes Handicraft No No Not sure Not sure Yes No No No No OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) CUTTLE FISH FROZEN VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS WHOLE SQUIDS FROZEN WHOLE SQUIDS FROZEN OTHER SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS VANNAMEI SHRIMP (LITOPENAEUS VANNAMEI) 53050010, 53050030, 56090010, 57022010, 57022020, 57022090, 57039020, 57050032 0.22 0.11 -50.00% 101.16 125.25 23.81% Rs 10516 Lakh               • Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI)
• The Scheme for Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness of Khadi Industry and Artisans, the Scheme for Product Development, Design Intervention and Packaging (PRODIP), the Scheme for Rural Industries Service Center (RISC) and other small interventions like Ready Warp Units, Ready to Wear Mission, etc run by KVIC during XI Plan from Khadi Grants and VI Grants.
• Coir Udyami Yojana (CUY)
o This is a credit linked subsidy scheme for setting up of coir units with project cost upto Rs.10 lakhs plus one cycle of working capital, which shall not exceed 25% of the project cost. Working capital will not be considered for subsidy.
• CUY Marketing Assistance
With a view to provide handholding support towards the marketing efforts of the CUY beneficiaries Assistance will be given to establish a marketing consortium.
• Export Market Promotion Scheme: MARKET PROMOTION’ IS to expand the share of Indian coir products in global market;to assess main competitors, product ranges, price, general setting and promotional strategies;to seek expert and professional advice on export related matters, foreign trade, etc.; andt o hold trade talks with decision makers in Governments/Chambers of Commerce & Industry, market/ distribution network and vendor development mechanisms.
• Domestic Market Promotion Scheme
The Market Development Assistance Scheme has been introduced by the Coir Board w.e.f. 2000-2001 in lieu of the Rebate Scheme that was in operation in the Coir Sector till 1999-2000. The MDA is linked with the sales performance of the concerned beneficiary organization and aims at providing incentives for better performance.
• Development of Production Infrastructure Scheme
The scheme envisages provision of financial assistance for setting up new coir units and modernization of existing units for the sustainable growth of the coir sector. Due to the extension of coconut cultivation to non-traditional coconut producing states, coir industry also expanded its activities to such states with the assistance of the Coir Board for development of infrastructure for setting of coir units.
• Skill Upgradation and Quality Improvement Scheme
• Personal Accident Insurance Scheme for Coir workers
• Trade and Industry Related Functional Support Services Scheme
• Mahila Coir Yojana
• http://coirservices.gov.in/Html_Files/Development_schemes.htm
•Kerala Coir Development Board Coconut fibre extracted from coconut husks is used in the making of coir.
Machine Requires-
1. Coir fibre extraction machine - 75 lakhs
2. Mini coir Fibre extraction machine - 2.75 lakhs
49 Ladakh Leh Seabuckthorn No Yes Applying for GI - Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No                   33012990 27.11 26.55 -2.07% 20.93 41.19 96.80% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •National Mission on Seabuckthorn
•Rs 25 crore was sanctioned in principal to initiate Seabuckthorn program under the Mini Mission on Cold Desert Ecosystem under the mega project Green India Mission.
•Development of Seabuckthorn under Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
•Chilgoza -Plantation Drive Harvesting of the berry is done by using bear hands using ‘bear the bush’. Harvesting of Seabuckthorn berry is a very tedious process, it is then transported to the processing units. It needs to be processed the same day of harvesting, because its highly perishable.
Berry collection - The berry is then washed in water and the remaining leaves and damaged berries
that float on the surface are removed with a sieve. Water is drained from the berry before juice extraction.Juice extraction - Juice extraction from berry is done in a pulper. Drying - it requires large area for drying
and need protection from rain and wind.
50 Ladakh Kargil Pashmina Shawl Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Manufactured Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes                   62142010 2.21 4.16 88.24% 3.97 6.54 64.74% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Integrated Wool Development Programme
a. Wool Marketing Scheme
b. Wool Processing Scheme
c. HRD and Promotional Activities
d. Social Security Scheme for Insurance of Sheep Breeders
- Sheep Breeders Insurance Scheme (Bhed Palak Bima Yojana)
e. Angora Wool Development Scheme
f. Wool Development SchemeReconstruction Plan for J&K (Pashmina Promotion Programme)
http://woolboard.nic.in/Download/Schemes.pdf
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/TextilesSector_WoolandWoollen_0.pdf
• Scheme for Integrated Textile Processing Development (IPDS):
a. The primary objective of the IPDS is to facilitate the textile industry to become globally competitive using environmentally friendly processing standards and technology. The scheme would facilitate the textile units to meet the required environmental standards.
http://www.texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/GUIDELINES_FOR_IPDS.pdf
Samarth (Scheme For Capacity Building In Textile Sector)
a. The objectives of the scheme are to provide demand-driven, placement oriented skilling programme to incentivize the efforts of the industry in creating jobs in the organized textile and related sectors to promote skilling and skill up-gradation in the traditional sectors through respective sectoral divisions/organizations of Ministry of Textile; and to provide livelihood to all sections of the society across the country.
https://samarth-textiles.gov.in/
PEHCHAN Scheme
Pehchan’ cards scheme is a part of the initiative of Union Textile Ministry to register and provide identity cards to handicraft artisans and link them to a national database.
• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana
- Craft Village Scheme: In order to promote naturally-existing clusters in geographical homogenous areas, the Government will encourage artisans/ weavers to register under 11 | P a g e Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• SFURTI:
a. One District One Craft Scheme
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme
• Comprehensive Handlooms Development Scheme
• Revival,Reform and Restructuring Package
• Yarn Supply Scheme
• North Eastern Region Textile Promotion Scheme
1.Cluster Development Project in NER
2. Technological Upgradation of Handlooms in NER
3. Market Promotion of Textiles and Handloom Products in NER
• Handlooms Weavers Comprehensive Welfare Scheme
1. Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
2. Health Insurance Scheme
• Enforcement Wing
1. Central assistance for Implementation of the Handlooms (Reservation of the Articles for Production) Act 1985
• A project under the Research and Design Development Scheme was sanctioned by Development Commissioner of Handlooms under Union Ministry of Textiles Government and implemented in the village to revive old shawl designs.
• In order to encourage weavers of Kanihama village, the Society has provided financial assistance of Rs 3.32 lakhs for purchase, renovation and modernization of looms, the other kinds of shawls like: Pashmina and the Kashmiri Sozni, which have been enacted under the GIA. Moreover, shawls worth Rs. 87 crores were exported this financial year while the figure was Rs. 147 crores in previous financial year
- The CDI has started a pashmina testing laboratory, wherein fibres go through a microscopic examination to detect inauthentic produce.
• https://www.researchgate.net/publication/332801594_Kani_Shawl_A_Case_Study_of_a_Milestone_in_the_Art_of_Weaving

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• https://www.jkhandicrafts.com/scheme-renovation-replacement-of-looms.htm• Training Scheme Training Programme - In order to broaden the artisan base and to maintain rather augment the human resource required in the industry, department is running 553 training centres of elementary/ advance nature having about 13,000 intake capacity.• Massive Carpet Scheme - Massive Carpet Scheme was introduced in the J&K State in the year 1976 with the aim and object to extend the training programme to both rural and urban areas in order to facilitate the job employment. The scheme was sponsored and funded partly by the State and Central Government.• Marketing Support (Publicity & Exhibitions) - Lakhs of artisans are engaged in manufacturing of handicrafts products in the state to earn their livelihood. Being environment friendly these activities are best suited to the state as they are more labour and less capital intensive in nature, therefore having scope for employment generation at a large scale. The famous crafts like Shawls, Crewel, Namdha, Kani Shawls, Costume Jewellery and Carpets are acclaimed worldwide and connoisseurs delight.• Organization of Special Campaign - Since the artisans associated with the Handicrafts activities are mostly working in an unorganized sector and have no access to various incentive being available under labour laws in vogue. A considerable section of the population is associated with the Handicrafts activity and after Agriculture and Horticulture, it is the Handicrafts sector which generates substantial employment opportunity to the general public especially to the people of Kashmir valley.• State Award to Individual Master Craftman Schemes For the upliftment of artisan community, the state Govt. has launched several schemes and State Award Schemes is one such scheme aimed to encourage the talented craft persons to excel their workmanship skills and to give them recognition for having contributed in the development of the craft of the J&K.• Self Employement to Individual Artisans • Modernization of SOD • Replacement/ Renovation of Looms • Artisan Credit Card Scheme Process: Manual-
1. Collecting of fine hair of pashmina goat
2. Sorting raw Cashmere
3. Spinning
4.Weaving by hand looms
5. Dyeing

•Technology
 
51 Madhya Pradesh Indore Leather Toys of Indore Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Not sure Not sure Yes No No No No OIL-CAKE AND OIL-CAKE MEAL OF SOYA BEAN EXPELLER VARIETY RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) MEAL OF SOYABEAN,SOLVENT EXTRACTED (DEFATTED) VARIETY OIL-CAKE AND OIL-CAKE MEAL OF SOYA BEAN EXPELLER VARIETY ENGINES OF CYLNDR CPCTY>250 CC MEAL OF SOYABEAN,SOLVENT EXTRACTED (DEFATTED) VARIETY OIL-CAKE AND OIL-CAKE MEAL OF SOYA BEAN EXPELLER VARIETY ENGINES OF CYLNDR CPCTY>250 CC MEAL OF SOYABEAN,SOLVENT EXTRACTED (DEFATTED) VARIETY 42021190, 430400 1.45 1.56 7.59% 20.23 41.76 106.43% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent   • Leather Incubation Centre, Dewas: It is an incubator centre which is in Dewas which has plug and play facilities, training and skill development programs for entrepreneurs. A sum of INR 44.80 lakhs have been allotted for this project.http://mpmsme.gov.in/website/startup• Madhya Pradesh Women Finance and Development Corporation-Step Scheme: Training is provided to women in agriculture, animal husbandry, diary, fisheries, handlooms, handicrafts, khadi and village industries, sericulture for making women self-reliant.  
52 Maharashtra Kolhapur Kolhapuri Chappal Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No OTHR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS N.E.S. BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS OF COTTON OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS OF COTTON OTHR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS N.E.S. CANE MOLSES RSLTD FRM EXTRCTN/RFNG OF SUGR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS OF COTTON CANE MOLSES RSLTD FRM EXTRCTN/RFNG OF SUGR OTHR BEDSHEETS AND BED COVERS N.E.S. 64029990 171.59 181.42 5.73% 59.9 114.12 90.52% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Indian Footwear, Leather & Accessories Development Programme (IFLADP): The special package for employment generation in leather and footwear sector
- Human Resource Development (HRD) sub-scheme
- Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) sub-scheme
- Establishment of Institutional Facilities sub-scheme: The sub-scheme provides assistance to Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) for upgradation of some of the existing campuses of FDDI into "Centres of Excellence" and establishing 3 new fully equipped skill centres alongside the upcoming Mega Leather Cluster.
- Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster (MLFAC) sub scheme: The MLFAC sub-scheme provides infrastructure support to the Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector by establishment of Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster. Graded assistance is provided upto 50% of the eligible project cost, excluding cost of land with maximum Government assistance being limited to Rs. 125 crore
- Leather Technology, Innovation and Environmental Issues subscheme
- Promotion of Indian Brands in Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme
- Additional Employment Incentive for Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme
https://dipp.gov.in/sites/default/files/ru2897.pdf
• The corporation provides a 50% subsidy to new business ventures and a loan is also provided from national banks.b. Skill technical training is provided to craftsman wanting to learn and start new businesses.c.The corporation helps craftsmen get loans through National Schedueld Castes Finance and Development Corporation (NSFDC)d. A woman welfare scheme is in place to obtain loans through the NSFDC for business benefits.e. The woman farmer scheme makes women with agricultural land on thei name eligible for financial benefits with only a 5% interest on loansf. The corporation also has an educational loan scheme where a loan of 10lakhs is provided the willing craftsmen for a national level education while 20lakhs along with an interest of only 4% is provided for an education abroard.https://issuu.com/shreyoshimitra/docs/kolhapur_cc •Process
1. Leather cutting
2. Mkae chappal design from cut leather
3.Dyeing
4. Binding leather
4. Mordant (used to set (i.e. bind) dyes on fabrics by forming a coordination complex with the dye)

•Technology:
Various tools used by a shoemaker or cobbler, including scissors, pliers, hammers, a skewer, a ruler and strong thread
53 Maharashtra Solapur Solapur Terry Towel Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN, OF TERRY TOWELLING OR SIMILAR TERRY FABRICS, OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM OTHER TRNSMSN SHFT(INCL CAM AND CRNK SHFT) OTHER TRNSMSN SHFT(INCL CAM AND CRNK SHFT) TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN, OF TERRY TOWELLING OR SIMILAR TERRY FABRICS, OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM TERRY TOWEL OF COTN, NTKNTD/CRCHTD OTHER TRNSMSN SHFT(INCL CAM AND CRNK SHFT) TOILET LINEN AND KITCHEN LINEN, OF TERRY TOWELLING OR SIMILAR TERRY FABRICS, OF COTTON, OTHER THAN HANDLOOM TERRY TOWEL OF COTN, NTKNTD/CRCHTD 63049250 1.27 1.13 -11.02% 40.51 117.08 189.02% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Training in techniques pulping, product design and packaging was imparted to local youth and farmers with the help of Defence Institute of High Altitude Research (DIHAR). • Solarpur Teery Towels Expo
Organised by the Textile Development Foundation of Solapur in association with Global Network (International Trade Advisory) and supported by Ministry of Co-operative, Marketing and Textile, Maharashtra
1. They are made of cotton yarn with manual dyeing process. Solapur is the only premisis with the whole value chain confined in one city and the units are often run by small families.
2. Most of the units still operate on traditional machinery and shuttle looms with a gradual shift towards more technologically advanced machines
3. The yarn after drying is taken for winding in which the yarn is wounded to bobbins and cones. The winded yarn is taken for further process
4. In warping, the winded yarn is wound to beams according to designed pattern (customized designs). Then the beams are taken for Weaving
5. The beams, which are wound with yarn are taken and placed in power looms where the designed pattern is already set. In power looms, the yarn is converted to final product (Towel or bed sheets) by weaving. The product obtained from weaving is taken for stitching and packing
54 Maharashtra Nashik Nashik Valley Wine Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Manufactured Not Sent Reco No No No Yes No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S ONIONS FRESH OR CHILLED BORDS,PANELS,CONSOLES ETC.FR INDSTRL USE OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER GOODS VHCLS,WTH CMPRSN IGNTN INTRNL CMBSTN PSTN ENGNWTH G.V.W. <= 5 TON OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S BORDS,PANELS,CONSOLES ETC.FR INDSTRL USE OTHER GOODS VHCLS,WTH CMPRSN IGNTN INTRNL CMBSTN PSTN ENGNWTH G.V.W. <= 5 TON 22041000 9.17 4.81 -47.55% 4.28 4.7 9.81% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent   • India Grape Harvest (IGH)
• State Excise Holiday
• Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) established grape wine parks
•Process
1.Hand picked harvesting
2.Separating red and white grapes
3.White grapes crushed in pneumatic balloon press, seeds and skin separated and Red grapes crushes at destemer in crushing pad, both skin and seeds collected
4. Fermentation conversion of sugar into alcohol
5. Barrelling wine
6. Bottling and packing ( 99% recyclable)
55 Maharashtra Satara Mahabaleshwar Strawberry Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN PRTS AND ACCSSRS OF MCHNS OF HDG NO.8444/OF THEIR AUXLRY MCHNRY ARTIFICIAL DIALYSIS APPARATUS AND HAEMODIALYSER (PORTABLE/NON-PORTABLE) BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER FORM OF PLTS,SHTS,STRIPS OF NON- CELLULAR RUBR GAS COMPRESSORS OF A KIND USED IN AIR-CONDITIONING BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER FORM OF PLTS,SHTS,STRIPS OF NON- CELLULAR RUBR GAS COMPRESSORS OF A KIND USED IN AIR-CONDITIONING 08101000, 08111010, 08111090, 20088000 1.4 0.57 -59.29% 2.1 2.87 36.67% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • NHB Credit Linked Back ended Subsidy Schemes (No.1 and 2)
• Technology Development Transfer Scheme
• Market Information Service Scheme for Horticulture Crops
• Horticulture Promotion Service
• NHB Approved Training Institutes
• Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichayee Yojna
• National Horticulture Mission
• MNREGA

• Parasbag program-Distribution of grafts/seedlings & implements
•Process The Mahabaleshwar strawberry is a seasonal fruit with the usual season lasting between October–November and April–May.

The land is prepared after the monsoon season in September by fumigation and covering the fields with plastic sheets. The seeds are planted in holes punched through these sheets and cow dung manure and sprays are added to the fields

The best way to harvest strawberries is to grasp the stem between your forefinger and thumbnail, then lightly pull and twist at the same time. Let the berry roll into the palm of your hand. Gently place the fruit in a container. Continue harvesting in this manner, taking care not to overfill the container or pack the berries.

Read more at Gardening Know How: Picking Strawberry Fruit: When And How To Harvest A Strawberry https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/strawberry/picking-strawberry-fruit.htm
Sheeting, Hole Dia 2.4"
56 Maharashtra Sangli Sangli Turmeric Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes No No Yes No No OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHERS OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR OTHERS OTHERS CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS PRIMARILY DESIGNED TO HANDLE WATER OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR 09103010, 09103020, 09103030, 09103090 43.49 34.94 -19.66% 106.14 152.47 43.65% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Agriculture Market (eNAM) platform
• Post Harvest Management Programme
1. Seed spice thrusher
2. Turmeric boilers
3. Turmeric polisher
4. Supply of polythene /silpauline kits
5. Supply of IPM kits
https://www.indianspices.com/post-harvest-improvement-programme.html
• PROMOTION OF ORGANIC FARMING:
1. Organic cultivation
2. Vermicompost Units
3. Bio agent production unit
4. Organic seed bank
5. Organic Value addition
https://www.indianspices.com/promotion-organic-farming.html
• MGNREGS
• PMKSY
• PKVY
• Skill Development Training
• Micro & Small Enterprises-Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP) •Process 1. During dry weather turmeric rhizomes are taken out with the help of spade. Fingers are separated from mother rhizomes the outer surface by manual rubbing
2. Sangli district is situated in the river basin of the Warna and Krishna rivers. The mostly water supply is from Krishna and sometime from ground water
3. organic fertilizers like cow d*g, compost or Farmyard manure is applied at the time of preparing the land
4. The cleaned rhizomes are boiled or steamed in copper or earthen vessels for 40{5 minutes ,till a forth comes out and white fumes appear glving out a characteristic odour
5. The boiled rhizomes are spread out on a clean floor to dry in the sun for about 10-15 days. They are stirred 3 or 4 times to ensure uniform drying
57 Maharashtra Ratnagiri Alphonso Mangoes Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHR PREPARED OR PRESERVED FISH OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS OTHR PREPARED OR PRESERVED FISH OTHER INSECTICIDE NES OTHR PREPARED OR PRESERVED FISH OTHER HERBICIDES-ANTI-SPROUTING PRODUCTS 08045020, 08045030, 08045040, 20079910, 20089911, 20098910 2.81 2.15 -23.49% 173.85 267.77 54.02% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Food Security Mission (NFSM)- Rice, Maize, Pulses, Jute, Oilseeds.
• Sub-Mission Of Agriculture Mechanization (SMAM)
• Sub-Mission On Agriculture Extension (SMAE)
• National e-Governance Plan For Agriculture (NeGP-A)
• National Mission for Sustainable Agriculture (NMSA)-Rainfed Area Development (RAD)
• Soil Health Card Scheme (SHC)
• Sub-Mission On Seeds And Planting Material(SMSP)
• Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY)
• Rashtriya Krishi Vikash Yojana-Remunerative Approaches for Agriculture and Allied Sector Rejuvenation (RKVY- RAFTAAR)
• Sub-Scheme Reclamation Of Problem Soil Under RKVY
• Subsidy Scheme for GlobalGAP Certification for growers of Alphonso Mango, Kesar Mango, Banana, Pomegranate, Orange Fruit
https://www.msamb.com/documents/Globalgap_link_eng.pdf
• Others: Mango Scheme 2.0 that was launched by Devgad Taluka Amba Utpadak Sahakari Sanstha Maryadit, a cooperative society consisting over 700 farmers in Devgad taluka, Maharashtra.
https://www.livemint.com/mutual-fund/mf-news/buy-mango-bonds-for-the-love-of-alphonsos-and-not-returns-1556548464044.html
•Process-
1. Hand picked or plucked with a harvester. It should be harvested with a 10-20cm stem
attached to it.
2.Mango fruits are taken into the pouch and held between the divider and knife and as the device is pulled, the blade cuts the stalk.
3. Manual grading and sorting
4. Kept in feield containers under the shade.
58 Maharashtra Pune Purandhar Fig Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No No No No No No No No MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1500CC BUT <3000CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1500CC BUT <3000CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1500CC BUT <3000CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN 08042090 86.73 106.48 22.77% 0.15 0.63 320.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •National Horticulture Mission
•Agro Processing Cluster Scheme
•Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Package (Aatmanirbhar Bharat)
•RKVY Scheme in Maharashtra
•Restructured Weather Based Horticulture Insurance Scheme
•Mahabank Kisan All Purpose Term Loan
•Maharashtra government had constituted Maharashtra State Fig Plantation Federation
 
•Process-
1.Digging a pit,
2.fig pruning, and irrigation.
3.Harvesting - Figs cannot be processed as they have low levels of total soluble sugar (TSS) as compared to the imported variety. Harvested slightly before the full maturity.
4.Dehydration - It controls the browning of the fruit, improves fruit texture and reduces infestation. Traditional sun drying may also be used sometimes.
59 Maharashtra Jalgaon Banana Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No No No No No No No No STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM PARTS OF MECHANICAL APPLIANCES INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) WIRE ROPES,GALVANISED INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM STARCH OF MAIZE (CORN) PARTS OF MECHANICAL APPLIANCES 0803 0 0.01 0.00% 40.14 93.02 131.74% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Market Information Service Scheme for Horticulture Crops

•Development of Commercial Horticulture through Production and Post-Harvest Management of Horticulture Crops
 
•RKVY Scheme in Maharashtra
•Restructured Weather Based Horticulture Insurance Scheme
•Mahabank Kisan All Purpose Term Loan
•Process Total fruit production is 32 %.
h 65,000 hectares with approximate production of 30 lakh MT of fruits and
the productivity of Jalgaon district is 50 MT.
It takes 9-10 months for flowering after planting. On an average, it has 9 to 12 hands with 14-16 fruits per hand. Fruits are small (12 cm long and 3.5 cm diameter) slender with beak and arranged closely round the axis having windblown appearance.

Notes-
1. Banana can be planted throughout the year except in severe winter and during heavy rains when the soil remains very wet.
2.The ideal time (October-November) of planting is after the monsoon season.
3.With assured irrigation, the planting can also be done in February-March.
4. Prepare soil in advance by incorporating plenty of compost or manure and irrigate thoroughly a few days prior to planting.
5.create a raised mound around the banana to improve drainage around the roots
60 Manipur lmphal East/West Wangkhei Phee Yes Yes No Handicraft No No Yes No Yes No No No No       OTHERS CARDIAC CATHETERS         5208, 5209 143.3 139.37 -2.74% 728.61 1040 42.74% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Handloom Development Scheme
• Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana
• integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS)
• Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana (MGBBY)
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• Scheme for Technical Textiles:
- Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) •
- Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) • Coverage of major machinery for technical textile manufacturing under concessional customs duty list of 5% •
- Certain technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme, under which exports of such products carry duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports
- Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT) o
a. Focus Incubation Centres (FIC)
b. Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in India (excluding North East Region)
- Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in North East Region
- Scheme for promoting usage of Geotechnical textiles in North East Region
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/scheme_technical_textile_070116.pdf
• Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster)
a. Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana.
b. Workshed -cum- Housing scheme.
c. Health package for Handloom weavers.
d. Thrift Deposit of Handloom weavers saving & Security scheme.
e. Bunkar Bima Yojana.
f. Sworajagar Credit Card to Handloom Weavers.
g. Organization of Exhibition and Fair.
h. Development of Exportable products and Marketing (DEPM).
i. Revised long-term action plan for KBK Districts.
j. Integrated Handloom Training Programme. http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20CPCDS%20guidelines.pdf
• Manipur Development Society (MDS)
• Manipur Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation (MHHDC)
• Manipur State Handloom Weavers Co-operative Society (MSHWCS).
•Process The Wangkhei Phee is made with very fine white cotton yarn with a closely woven texture. The interlacing of cotton weft and warp is woven by women, in series and widely spaced from each other, that makes the fabric "fully transparent".

The fibre used for making the yarn is derived from "Lashing" (Cotton ball) and "Kabrang" (Mulberry cocoon). It is also extracted from the bark of the tree species locally known as "Santhak"

The local fibre is spun into threads and then dyed using the extracts of plants, bark, leaves, and flowers. The dyed yarn is subject to sizing through the application of a rice-based starch, following by stretching with the help of a bamboo stick, and then wound onto the bobbins and pirns.

Weaving process involves two methods based on use of shuttles: fly shuttle loom and throw shuttle loom. In the first type it is made as a complete fabric in a single piece. In the second method, the fabric is made in two pieces and then joined by stitching to make it a full fabric.
61 Meghalaya West Jaintia Hills Turmeric No Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco - Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No                   09103010, 09103020, 09103030, 09103090 43.49 34.94 -19.66% 106.14 152.47 43.65% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Agriculture Market (eNAM) platform
• Post Harvest Management Programme
1. Seed spice thrusher
2. Turmeric boilers
3. Turmeric polisher
4. Supply of polythene /silpauline kits
5. Supply of IPM kits
https://www.indianspices.com/post-harvest-improvement-programme.html
• PROMOTION OF ORGANIC FARMING:
1. Organic cultivation
2. Vermicompost Units
3. Bio agent production unit
4. Organic seed bank
5. Organic Value addition
https://www.indianspices.com/promotion-organic-farming.html
• MGNREGS
• PMKSY
• PKVY
• Skill Development Training
 
•Mission Lakadong
 
•Process It has a relatively higher average circumin content of 7.5% compared to the regular 3%.
This spice is naturally farmed (organic) through traditional pre-cultivation practices and manual weeding and ploughing usually with handheld hoe or tractors if it can be afforded.
It is then harvested by carefully digging into thr ground to lift rhizome clusters
Th rhizomes are later boiled for post harvest production and then sun dried for about 2 weeks and then processed into its commercial powdered form
62 Meghalaya Ri-Bhoi Pineapple No Yes Not Sent Reco - Not Sent Reco Yes No No No No No No No FERRO-SILICON CONTNG>55% OF SILICON OTHER COKES OF COAL AGARWOOD (INCLDNG CHIPS AND DUST) AGARWOOD (INCLDNG CHIPS AND DUST) QUARTZ, LUMPS FERRO-SILICON CONTNG>55% OF SILICON AGARWOOD (INCLDNG CHIPS AND DUST) QUARTZ, LUMPS   08043000, 20079930, 20082000, 20089914, 20094100, 20094900 3.08 3.11 0.97% 3.27 4.97 51.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation Limited (NERAMAC)
• Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Horticulture Mission For North East And Himalayan States (HMNEH)
• Fruit Development Scheme

• Plant Protection

• Plantation Crop Development

• Post Harvest Management

• Agril. Marketing Schemes
 
•Process The value chain of Meghalya does not include any processing activity by a local firm, besides processing infra there is no storage facilities availabe to preserve the produce post harvest.
1.The land is prepared for planting by ploughing or digging followed by leveling
2. Pineapple is usually propagated by sucker, slip and crown. These planting materials of 5-6 months age bear flowers after 12 months of planting
3. Four different planting systems viz. flat-bed, furrow, contour and trench are followed. System of planting varies according to land and rainfall
4. Pineapple is mostly cultivated under rainfed conditions. Supplementary irrigation helps to produce good sized fruits in areas having optimum rainfall
5. The fruits are harvested for canning purpose when there is a slight change at the base of developing fruits. The fruits used for table purpose are retained till they develop golden yellow colour
2.
63 Mizoram Siaha Mizo Chilli Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes No No No Yes No                   090420 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0.00% 954 MT Fresh Chilli (Source : Horticulture Deptt, Govt. of Mizoram) Nil N.A 114 MT fresh and 100 MT Dried product 105 MT dried chilli (Approx.) Nil N.A 114 MT fresh and 100 MT Dried product • Indian Spice Board-scheme of mandatory sampling and testingsince October, 2003 for chillies and chilli products
• Integmted Pest Management
a. Supply of HDPE/Silpauline sheets to the farmers for hygienic drying ofchillies
b. Assistance for construction of drying yards for hygienic drying of Guntur Sannam chillies
c. Quality improvement training programmes for farmers, traders and officers of Horticulture and Agriculture Departments on pre and post harvest improvement aspects.
d. Setting up of Spice park (common infrashucture facilities for cleaning, grading,
• National Horticulture Mission
• National Agriculture Development Programme-Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
• Agmark Grading & Standardization
• Scheme for infrsatructure development- Ministry of food processing industries
• RoDTEP
• e-NAM
• Financing Facility under Agri Infrastructure Fund
• Collateral Free Automatic Business Loans
• Speciality Liquidity Schemes for NBFCs/ HFCs/MFIs
Certification:
Govt. of India has taken steps to have indigenous certification system to help small and marginal growers and to issue valid organic certificates through certifying agencies accredited by APEDA.
• Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
• Export Development & Promotion of Spices
The programmes under the scheme ‘Export Development and Promotion’ aims to support exporters to adopt high tech processing technologies or to upgrade existing level of technologies for high end value addition and to develop capabilities to meet the changing food safety standards in the importing countries.
https://www.indianspices.com/sites/default/files/Export_Development_Promotion.pdf
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH), with the objective of promoting holistic development of horticulture including spices.
• Spice Parks – Ministry of Commerce
• Financial Assistance for setting up of Cold Chain
a.. Ministry of Food Processing Industry (MoFPI)
• Financial assistance (grant-in-aid) under the scheme is limited to a maximum of Rs. 10 crore per project in relation to technical civil works and eligible plant and machinery, subject to the following:
a. For storage infrastructure including pack house and pre cooling unit, ripening chamber and transport infrastructure, grant-in-aid at 35% for General Areas and 50% for North
East States, Himalayan States, Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP) Areas and Islands, of the total cost of plant and machinery and technical civil works is provided.
b. For value addition and processing infrastructure including frozen storage, deep freezers associated and integral to the processing, grant-in-aid at 50% for General Areas and 75% for North East States, Himalayan States, ITDP Areas and Islands is provided.
c. For irradiation facilities, grant-in-aid is provided at 50% for General Areas and 75% for North East States, Himalayan States, ITDP Areas and Islands.
• NLUP: The main purpose of the NLUP is the upliftment of the rural poors specially the shifting cultivators, creation of self-sufficiency, better livelihoodfor them. The NLUP projext aims to helps farmer move away from the traditional slash and burn method of cultivation to move sustainable land-based means livelihood
https://mamit.nic.in/scheme/nlup-scheme/
• The training to the farmers on the basic business concepts was provided through the Mizoram State Rural Livelihoods Mission (MzSRLM), and the technical training about the best practises in chilli production was imparted through Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) and Horticulture Department
https://www.thebetterindia.com/236346/ias-hero-mizoram-birds-eye-chilli-farmers-income-organic-grow-spicy-scoville-scale-siaha-district-india-nor41/
•Process Mizo Chilli or Mizoram's Bird Eye Chilli is grown under completely organic cultivation on Jhum where the high potash availability gives it its famous red color.
It is locally known as Hmarchate and can grow in all soil and textures with well drained conditions.
Farmers currently use under shifting cultivation, jhuming system. Seeds are sown between paddy crops before the onset of monsoon by broadcasting and dibbing method
64 Nagaland Kohima Naga Mircha Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes No No No No No OTHE PARTS FR OTHR USE     OTHE PARTS FR OTHR USE           09042010 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
https://hortidept.nagaland.gov.in/midh
• Horticulture Mission for North East & Himalayan States (HMNEH)
• RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA (RKVY)
• Neramac - North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation Limited.
http://moef.gov.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Nagaland.pdf •Process Traditional naga chilli is considered to be a variant of bhut jolokia.
It is an indegenous crop believed to have originated from the Zeliangrong ared of Nagaland and is extensively grown in Peren, Mon etc.
Farmers currently use unregulated jhum (shifting) cultivation which has not only been proved to be inefficient in terms of production but also a majorthreat to sustainable crop management
65 Odisha Koraput Kotpad Handloom fabric Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No PARTS OF TURBO-JETS/TURBO PROPELLERS GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED FRESH GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED BLACK PEPPER UNGARBLED   GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED     57050042, 50079010, 51129050, 52083121, 52084121, 57024230, 57050024 0.22 0.22 0.00% 54.53 103.41 89.64% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
a. Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
b. Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• One power loom service centre under the direct control of Textiles Ministry is operating at Cuttack to provide various services like testing, training, troubleshooting, design and development besides enrolling power loom weavers and workers under group insurance scheme [Loksabha Answer]
http://cms.newindianexpress.com/states/odisha/2019/nov/23/special-projects-implemented-for-tussar-silk-in-two-districts-in-odisha-2065764.html
• Skill Up-gradation Training under self-emplyment programme in Handloom Sector
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/Schemes.asp?lnk=5&PL=1
• INTERGRADED HANDLOOM TRAINING PROJECT (IHTP)
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/PDF/GovtSchemes_IHTP.pdf
• THRIFT FUND SCHEME FOR HANDLOOM WEAVERS
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/PDF/GovtSchemes_SavingSecurity.pdf
• GROUP INSURANCE SCHEME FOR HANDLOOM WEAVERS.
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/PDF/GovtSchemes_BunkarBimaYojana.pdf
• SCHEME FOR MARKETING OF HANDLOOM PRODUCTS THROUGH EXHIBITIONS AND
FAIRS
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/PDF/GovtSchemes_ExhibitionFair.pdf
• Sworajagar Credit Card
http://handloom.odisha.gov.in/GovtSchemes_Sworajagar.asp?lnk=5&PL=2
.•Process Cotton yarn, Tussar silk, and Aul tree roots are the main materials used for textile work.
Aal root dye (collected from the deep jungles) and treating the cotton yarn with dung, wood ash, and castor oil is an elaborate and laborious one, sometimes going up to nearly a month.
The dyed coarse cotton yarn, ranging from ten to twenty counts is woven in a simple but highly evolved three-shuttle pit loom with extra weft patterning for the more complicated motifs.
The solid border effect of the fabric is made with the interlocking method of the multi shuttle by interlocking method, a solid border effect of the fabric is brought up by the pig by pig insertion of thread
66 Odisha Ganjam Ganjam Kewda Rooh Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Agricultural No No Yes Yes No No No No No ILMENITE,UPGRADED(BENEFICIATED ILMENITE INCLUDING ILMENITE GROUND) OTHER MADE UPTO 114.3 MM OUTER DIAMETER NATURAL GARNET ILMENITE,UPGRADED(BENEFICIATED ILMENITE INCLUDING ILMENITE GROUND) NATURAL GARNET OTHERS ILMENITE,UPGRADED(BENEFICIATED ILMENITE INCLUDING ILMENITE GROUND) NATURAL GARNET GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED 33019090, 330300 109.25 112.05 2.56% 52.52 170.41 224.47% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Micro & Small Enterprises Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP)
• Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme for Technology Upgradation –
• Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) yojana
• Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP)
• Kalia’ (Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation)  
67 Odisha Kandhamal Kandhamal Haldi Yes Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco Agricultural Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No       EXERCESE BOOKS     EXERCESE BOOKS     09103010, 09103020, 09103030, 09103090 43.49 34.94 -19.66% 106.14 152.47 43.65% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • MGNREGS
• PMKSY
• PKVY
• Skill Development Training
• National Agriculture Market (eNAM) platform
• Post Harvest Management Programme
1. Seed spice thrusher
2. Turmeric boilers
3. Turmeric polisher
4. Supply of polythene /silpauline kits
5. Supply of IPM kits
https://www.indianspices.com/post-harvest-improvement-programme.html
• PROMOTION OF ORGANIC FARMING:
1. Organic cultivation
2. Vermicompost Units
3. Bio agent production unit
4. Organic seed bank
5. Organic Value addition
https://www.indianspices.com/promotion-organic-farming.html
 
• State Plan (Jalanidhi/ BKoGY)
• MIDH/ATMA
• Institutional Finance
• Labor Registration
Processing, Value Addition & Marketing
•Process The raw turmeric is cured by drying and boiling i large aluminium pots.
Curently farms practice selective material and planting methods, mulching, crop rotation and indegenous plant protection practices while cultivation.
Harvesting is done manually with the help of a small spade and ploughing and the harvest is later cured and sun dried (manually).
68 Odisha Sundargarh Steel No Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No No 55% FE OR MORE BUT BELOW 58% FE OTHERS PLATES OF FLAT-ROLD PRDCTS NOT IN COILS OFTHCKNS EXCD 10 MM HOT-RLD PICKLD 55% FE OR MORE BUT BELOW 58% FE NON-AGGLOMERATED IRON ORE CONCENTRATES BELOW 55% FE 55% FE OR MORE BUT BELOW 58% FE PLATES OF FLAT-ROLD PRDCTS NOT IN COILS OFTHCKNS EXCD 10 MM HOT-RLD PICKLD 60% FE OR MORE BUT BELOW 62% FE 72 12406.94 10598.77 -14.57% 6482.64 7899.51 21.86% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Policy for providing preference to Domestically manufactured Iron and Steel product in Govt procurement revised, 2019 Policy
•Steel Scrap Recycling Policy
•Draft policy on Promotion of Greenfield investments in the steel sector in India .
•Draft Framework Policy - Development of Steel Clusters in India
•Export Promotion (Duty Exemption Schemes) Of Iron & Steel Products
•Steel Development Fund (SDF)
•MEIS, Market Access initiative, Export Promotion Council.
 
•Single Window portal, GO SWIFT
•Industrial Promotion and Investment Corporation of Odisha (IPICOL), the single point of contact for all industrial investments.
•Kalinganagar National Investment and Manufacturing Zone, Downstream Aluminum Park at Angul, Downstream Steel Park at Angul, Stainless Steel Industrial Park at Kalinganagar
•Department of Investment – Government of Odisha - 50 per cent value addition in minerals by 2030. This includes steel, stainless steel and alumina."
 
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69 Punjab Patiala Phulkari Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTHER LEAD-ACID ACCUMULATORS OTHER PLATES,SHEETS,STRIPS BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER LEAD-ACID ACCUMULATORS OTHER PARTS OF SEMI DIESEL ENGINES COMBINE HARVESTER-THRESHERS GREY OTHER LEAD-ACID ACCUMULATORS PISTON ASSEMBLES 5007, 52 1123.41 1142.88 1.73% 4951.11 13946.98 181.69% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • SFURTI
- The Rural Environmental enterprises development Society(REEDS)
• Cluster Development Programme :
- The phulkari cluster of Punjab is now one of the 79 clusters in India created under the Cluster Development Programme being implemented since 2007.
• USTTAD
• Apparel Park at Ludhiana:
- Setting up of an Apparel Park at Ludhiana The Government of India, Ministry of Textiles, accorded its approval to PSIEC for setting up of an Apparel Park at Ludhiana with private participation wherein world class infrastructure was to be provided.
• Financial Assistance from NABARD:
- The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard), the lead financial institution for rural development, plans to promote Punjab’s widely known craft phulkari and support farmers of the region in several farm and non-farm activities, including environment protection.
- The bank has identified 43 villages in Sangrur district to provide support to Punjabi women engaged in phulkari works.
https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/archive/business/phulkari-of-sangrur-to-get-nabard-boost-615750
• Hunar Haat: Empowerment Exchange” of artisans and craftsmen from across the country
• GeM: Union Minority Affairs Ministry has started process to register these artisans and their indigenous products
• Dilli Haat, established in 1994 by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) and Ministry of Textiles and Ministry of Tourism, Government of India operates in the capital city of New Delhi and mirrors ethnic India.
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf

• Industrial and Business Development Policy, 2017 government of Punjab.
• Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act (PAPRA), 1995
• Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) for dyeing industry in Ludhiana
• Urban Rural Integrated Development Association(URIDA)
• Patiala handicraft welfare society
Other Organizations:
• Patiala Handicraft Workshop Cooperative Industrial Society Ltd
- The NGO works on the ideology of "earn while you learn”
• Fashion Technology Park: Created a special cell called ‘WEe’. Created a special cell call “WEe”(Women Empowerment Enterprise).
- Training center where 6 months Certificate Course in “Phulkari Craft” is carried out.
• Craft Council of India

 
•Process Commercial production of these fabrics now include printing of motifs before being embroidered which led to a lot more creativity in designs.
Block printing was also introduced to induce even faster production
Phulkari embroidery use darn stitch on the wrong side of coarse cotton cloth with colored silken thread
70 Punjab Jalandhar Sports Goods No Yes Yes - No No Yes Not sure Yes No No No Yes HND-OPRTED SPANERS NON ADJUSTABLE PROPS AND SMLR EQUIPMENT FOR SCAFFOLDING, SHUTTERING OR PIT-PROPPING OTHER STRUCTURE AND PARTS OF STRUCTURES OF IRON AND STEEL(EXCL FLOATING STRUCTURES) HND-OPRTED SPANERS NON ADJUSTABLE PROPS AND SMLR EQUIPMENT FOR SCAFFOLDING, SHUTTERING OR PIT-PROPPING BASMATI RICE BASMATI RICE HND-OPRTED SPANERS NON ADJUSTABLE PROPS AND SMLR EQUIPMENT FOR SCAFFOLDING, SHUTTERING OR PIT-PROPPING 9506 247.05 204.18 -17.35% 126.67 143.11 12.98% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent

•Sports Goods Export Promotion Council (SGEPC)

•Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS)

•Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana

•Make in India Mid-Term Review of Foreign Trade Policy
 
•Panchayat Yuva Krida aur Khel Abhiyan (PYKKA) Scheme  
71 Punjab Ludhiana Readymade Garments No Yes Yes - No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MENS/BOYS SHIRTS SYN FIBRES PROPS AND SMLR EQUIPMENT FOR SCAFFOLDING, SHUTTERING OR PIT-PROPPING OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MENS/BOYS SHIRTS SYN FIBRES GREY OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 GREY KNIT SHIRTS (EXCEPT T-SHIRTS) AND SWEAT SHIRTS,OTHER THAN HAND CROCHETED OF CTN 62 640.8 645.57 0.74% 4059.98 7499.52 84.72% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •SFURTI
•Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
oMahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
oHealth Insurance Scheme
•National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
•Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
•Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
•100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
•National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
•With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
•The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI. ]
•Scheme for Technical Textiles:
•Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) •
•Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) • Coverage of major machinery for technical textile manufacturing under concessional customs duty list of 5% •
•Certain technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme, under which exports of such products carry duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports
•Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT) o
•Focus Incubation Centres (FIC)
•Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in India (excluding North East Region)
•Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in North East Region
•Scheme for promoting usage of Geotechnical textiles in North East Region
ohttp://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/scheme_technical_textile_070116.pdf
•Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS):
oThe objective is to develop Mega Handloom Clusters that are located in clearly identifiable geographical locations that specialize in specific products, with close linkages and inter dependents amongst the key players in the cluster by improving the infrastructure facilities, with better storage facilities, technology up-gradation in pre-loom/on-loom/post-loom operations, weaving shed, skill up-gradation, design inputs, health facilities etc.
ohttps://www.startupindia.gov.in/content/sih/en/government-schemes/mega_cluster_scheme.html
•Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
•Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
•Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
•Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
•Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster)
oDeen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana.
oWorkshed -cum- Housing scheme.
oHealth package for Handloom weavers.
oThrift Deposit of Handloom weavers saving & Security scheme.
oBunkar Bima Yojana.
oSworajagar Credit Card to Handloom Weavers.
oOrganization of Exhibition and Fair.
oDevelopment of Exportable products and Marketing (DEPM).
oRevised long-term action plan for KBK Districts.
oIntegrated Handloom Training Programme. http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20CPCDS%20guidelines.pdf"
 
•Ease of Doing Business - Punjab Bureau of Investment Promotion
•Technical Textile park
•Textile Certification Labs
•Attractive Incentives for Anchor Units:
-NET GST REIMBURSEMENT FOR 15 YEARS ON BOTH INTER & INTRA STATE SALES Up to 200 % OF FCI
-EMPLOYMENT SUBSIDY UP TO INR 48,000 PER EMPLOYEE PER YEAR FOR 5 YEARS
-100% Exemption
a)Electricity Duty (15 yrs)
b)Stamp Duty
c)CLU/EDC
•Attractive Incentives for Large & MSME Units
-NET GST REIMBURSEMENT FOR 10 YEARS upto 125% of FCI
-100% exemption in Electricity Duty for 10 years
-100% exemption/ reimbursement from Stamp Duty on purchase or lease of land and building
-100% exemption from CLU/EDC
-100% exemption from property tax for 10 years
•Additional Incentives for MSME
-5% p.a. Interest Subsidy in Border Districts and Kandi Area and SC/Women Entrepreneurs up to INR 10 lakhs per year for 3 years
-Reimbursement of 50% of expenses up to INR 5 lakhs under ZED scheme of GOI
-Additional State support of interest subsidy under Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme (CLCSS) of Ministry of MSME, Government of India
-Reimbursement of 50% of expenses subject to maximum of INR 5 lakhs incurred on plant and machinery/ testing equipment under ZED scheme of GOI
-Assistance for access to Finance, Technology, Infrastructure, Marketing & Exports
•Technology1.Garment Packaging Machine, For Clothing Industry ₹ 39,700/ Piece
2. Textiles Fabric Processing Machinery
3. Garment Fusing Machine ₹ 32,000/ Piece (These machines are used to transfer printing or fuse printing on numerous garments)
4. Clothes Processing Machine
5. Special Linking Machine ₹ 55,000/ Piece(machine is used for joining the seams of knitted garments like sleeves, body, colors and bands. The machine can also be used for decorative linking giving a seam less picturesque finish to the garments.
72 Punjab Fatehgarh Sahib Re-rolled steel ingots No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No No No No No No No No OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR ROLLS FOR ROLLING MILLS JERSEYS ETC OF COTTON OTHR CAST ARTCLS OF ALLOY STEEL MALLEABLE OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR OTHR MADE UP ARTCLS OTHR THN COTTON ROLLS FOR ROLLING MILLS OVERHEAD TRAVELLING CRANES ON FXD SUPPORT OTHR PRDCTS,HOT RLD,OF THCKNS<4.75MM 7218 55.26 50.31 -8.96% 11.98 15.7 31.05% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP)
•Micro & Small Enterprises Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP)
•Scheme for Capacity Building
•MSME MDA "
 
•Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme for Technology Upgradation •ISO 9000/ISO 14001 Certification Reimbursement Scheme •Credit Guarantee Scheme  
73 Rajasthan Jaipur Blue Pottery Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes yes Yes Yes No Yes No OTHER WOODEN FURNITURE SILVER JEWELLERY SET WITH GEMS OTHER RESIDUES OF RAPE OR COLZA SEEDS OTHER WOODEN FURNITURE SILVER JEWELLERY SET WITH GEMS T0WERS FOR TRANSMISSI0N LINE W/N ASSEMBLED OTHER WOODEN FURNITURE SILVER JEWELLERY SET WITH GEMS T0WERS FOR TRANSMISSI0N LINE W/N ASSEMBLED 691200 20.07 15.49 -22.82% 23.23 16.97 -26.95% Approx. 6 Crore Approx. 3.5 Crore Approx 1.5 Crore Approx. 1 Crore Approx 7.5 Crore Approx. 4 Crore Approx 2 Crore Approx. 1.5 Crore • SFURTI Scheme
• National Handicraft Development Programme
a. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojna: Under a subsection of this scheme named Dastkar Shashktikaran Yojna, the programme enables community empowerment for mobilisation of artisans into self-help groups and societies. implementing agency will appoint a cluster manager.
b. Mega Cluster Scheme
The programme follows a mega cluster-based approach in scaling up infrastructural and production chains at handicraft centres which have remained unorganised and have not kept up with modernisation and other developments. The objectives include generating employment and improving living standards for existing artisans.
c. Marketing support and services scheme
This part of the programme provides interventions for domestic marketing events to artisans, such as providing financial assistance for organising or participating in marketing events in India.
d. Research and development scheme
The schemes formulated are based on evaluation and research conducted from time to time by a governmental, in-house research and development team. The initiative was introduced to generate feedback on economic, social, aesthetic, and promotional aspects of various crafts and artisans in the sector.
• Kumhar Sashaktikaran Yojana This program provides the following support to potters.
• Training for advanced pottery products
• Latest, new technology pottery equipments like the electric Chaak
• Market linkages and visibility through KVIC exhibitions
https://vikaspedia.in/social-welfare/entrepreneurship/kumhar-sashaktikaran-yojana
• New guidelines to support artisans in Pottery Activity:
• For Pottery Activity Government will provide assistance of pottery wheel, Clay Blunger, Granulator etc.
• It will also provide Wheel Pottery Training for traditional pottery artisans and Press Pottery training for pottery as well as non-pottery artisans in Self- Help Groups.
• There is also provision to provide Jigger-Jolly training programme for pottery as well as non-pottery artisan in Self-Help Groups.
• Market Support:
Preference Rules will continue to be implemented to provide such support by way of purchasing at least 70% of the requirement of the State Government Departments/State PSUs and Autonomous Bodies from the local SSI units at the competitive rates subject to their production capacity and quality.
http://dcmsme.gov.in/policies/state/rajasthan/pstrj14x.htm
• Rajasthan Khadi and Village Industries Board
It aims to provide employment to rural artisans. It also aims to provide training to the grass root level artisans so that they can produce saleable goods.
• Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation Limited (RIICO)
RIICO assists the handicraft industry of Rajasthan by providing the grass root level entrepreneurs training and rebate in loans.
https://sheatwork.com/government-schemes-india/rajasthan/
• Chief Minister Small Scale Industries Promotion Scheme

 
•Process Blue pottery is handmade and relies on non power tools for its production.

Firstly the dough is prepared with raw materials like quartz powder (available in Jaipur and in powdered form), cullet (the small chunks of glass are washed first and are grinded later to make glass powder
Molds are made from Plaster of Paris (POP). Molds are made of desired shapes and sizes, and then dried.
It is clay less pottery and involves glazing with powdered glass borax at high temperature and is later dried in the furnace
 
74 Rajasthan Nagaur Markhana Marbles Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Natural Goods No No Yes No No No No No No OTHER SEEDS OF CUMMIN EXCL. BLACK; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND WHITE CEMENT W/N ARTIFICIALLY CLRD PLIERS,PINCERS,TWEEZERS AND SMRL TOOLS INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OTHER SEEDS OF CUMMIN EXCL. BLACK; NEITHER CRUSHED NOR GROUND WHITE CEMENT W/N ARTIFICIALLY CLRD WHITE CEMENT W/N ARTIFICIALLY CLRD GLAZIERS PUTTY, GRFTNG PUTTY RESIN CEMNTS,CAULKNG CMPDS AND OTHR MASTICS;PAINTERS FILLINGS. QUICKLIME 680221 79.32 51.69 -34.83% 19.69 93.54 375.06% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIAN STONE INDUSTRY (NPDSI)

• Technological upgradation of the stone industry including Development of international market for the dimensional stone items

• Development of a National Center for the Dimensional Stone Industry with facility for testing, certification and Human Resource Development.

• Development of State of Art Mining Technologies for quarrying of Stones to reduce the pollution of the environment and also improve health standards for the workers.

• Indian Government announced a new policy for the import of marble blocks, while still maintaining high import duties, at last made it easy for anyone setting up a factory to import marble blocks.
 
•Payment Provision for Silicosis Patient: District Mineral Fund  
75 Sikkim North District Sikkim Large Cardamom Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S


PISTON RINGS

OTHERS

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S
OTHER AMINO ACID/ PROTEIN PREPN. WITH / WITHOUT VITAMINS,SPIRULINA AND THE LIKE.

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S
CONTRACEPTIVE BASED ON HORMONES

OTHER PARTS OF THE ITEMS UNDR HDG 8481

OTHER ANTHELMINTICS DRUGS;ANTIAMOEBIC AND OTHER ANTIPROTOZOAL/ANTIFUNGAL DRUGS
OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S

OTHER CEPHALOSPORINS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S
OTHER CEPHALOSPORINS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES

VITAMIN E IN CAPS.TABS,SYRUP ETC

OTHERS
OTHER AMINO ACID/ PROTEIN PREPN. WITH / WITHOUT VITAMINS,SPIRULINA AND THE LIKE.

OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S

SEDATIVES
OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S

MEDICAMENTS OF AYURVEDIC SYSTEM

OTHERS
OTHER CEPHALOSPORINS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES

OTHER DIABETIC FOODS
OTHER AMINO ACID/ PROTEIN PREPN. WITH / WITHOUT VITAMINS,SPIRULINA AND THE LIKE.


OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S
090830, 090831 , 090832 1.74 4.19 140.80% 1.97 7.01 255.84% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Indian Spice Board-scheme of mandatory sampling and testingsince October, 2003 for chillies and chilli products
• Integmted Pest Management
a. Supply of HDPE/Silpauline sheets to the farmers for hygienic drying ofchillies
b. Assistance for construction of drying yards for hygienic drying of Guntur Sannam chillies
c. Quality improvement training programmes for farmers, traders and officers of Horticulture and Agriculture Departments on pre and post harvest improvement aspects.
d. Setting up of Spice park (common infrashucture facilities for cleaning, grading,
• National Horticulture Mission
• National Agriculture Development Programme-Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
• Agmark Grading & Standardization
• Scheme for infrsatructure development- Ministry of food processing industries
• RoDTEP
• e-NAM
• Financing Facility under Agri Infrastructure Fund
• Collateral Free Automatic Business Loans
• Speciality Liquidity Schemes for NBFCs/ HFCs/MFIs
Certification:
Govt. of India has taken steps to have indigenous certification system to help small and marginal growers and to issue valid organic certificates through certifying agencies accredited by APEDA.
• Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY)
• Export Development & Promotion of Spices
The programmes under the scheme ‘Export Development and Promotion’ aims to support exporters to adopt high tech processing technologies or to upgrade existing level of technologies for high end value addition and to develop capabilities to meet the changing food safety standards in the importing countries.
https://www.indianspices.com/sites/default/files/Export_Development_Promotion.pdf
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH), with the objective of promoting holistic development of horticulture including spices.
• Spice Parks – Ministry of Commerce
• Financial Assistance for setting up of Cold Chain
a.. Ministry of Food Processing Industry (MoFPI)
• Financial assistance (grant-in-aid) under the scheme is limited to a maximum of Rs. 10 crore per project in relation to technical civil works and eligible plant and machinery, subject to the following:
a. For storage infrastructure including pack house and pre cooling unit, ripening chamber and transport infrastructure, grant-in-aid at 35% for General Areas and 50% for North
East States, Himalayan States, Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP) Areas and Islands, of the total cost of plant and machinery and technical civil works is provided.
b. For value addition and processing infrastructure including frozen storage, deep freezers associated and integral to the processing, grant-in-aid at 50% for General Areas and 75% for North East States, Himalayan States, ITDP Areas and Islands is provided.
c. For irradiation facilities, grant-in-aid is provided at 50% for General Areas and 75% for North East States, Himalayan States, ITDP Areas and Islands.
• The Spices Board is trying to promote the cultivation of large cardamom in Sikkim through the following schemes:
a. Certified nursery scheme: For making available quality planting materials to the growers, Board gives assistance @ Rs.2 per sucker for raising of sucker nurseries in farmers’ field.
New planting scheme: The programme is intended to encourage the growers to take up new plantation of old, senile and uneconomic gardens. A subsidy of Rs. 28000/- per ha is offered to growers owning large cardamom up to 8 ha the cost of replanting and maintenance during gestation period. The subsidy is limited to new plantation of 4 Ha. The subsidy is paid in two equal annual instalments.
b. Rainwater harvesting : The programme for rainwater harvesting using devices made of earth excavated pits lined with silpauline sheets is implemented in North Eastern States for large cardamom. 33.33% of the actual cost of construction subject to a maximum of Rs.12000/- per device is provided as subsidy.
c. Curing houses : The large cardamom growers traditionally cure their cardamom by direct heating in the locally constructed bhatties. Capsules dried under this method are black in colour with smoky smell. ICRI-Gangtok had developed a scientific curing technology for large cardamom by introducing Modified Bhatti in which cardamom capules are dried using indirect heating system in which the dried capsules retain the pink [maroon] colour and natural flavour. In order to popularize this method, Board is providing subsidy @ Rs.9,000/- for 200 kg capacity and Rs.12500/- for 400 kg capacity Modified Bhatti towards 33.33% cost of construction of Modified Bhatti respectively.
d. Construction of Irrigation Structures: This programme is aimed at developing water resources in the cardamom plantations, which will help the growers to irrigate their plantations in summer. Assistance is given for construction of irrigation devices ie 50% of the actual cost of construction or Rs 20,000/- whichever is less is paid as subsidy.
Installation of Irrigation equipments: Board will assist in installing irrigation equipments at 50% subsidy subject to a maximum of Rs.10,000/- to farmers of large cardamom.
https://vikaspedia.in/agriculture/crop-production/technologies-for-ne-india/spicrd/cultivation-of-large-cardamon-in-sikkim

• ‘thulu elaichi’ - Database of over 500 growers of b;ack cardamom across sikkim
To ensure fast spread of the price info among the farmers, we text them market price all weekdays over mobile phones which all of them have these days.
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/agriculture/sikkims-black-cardamom-giving-its-farmers-a-major-economic-boost/articleshow/50640496.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
•Process: Manual-
1. Planting
2. Land preparation
3. Manuring
4. Weeding
5. Soil and moisture
6. Hose Irrigation
7. Harvesting- The spikes are harvested using special knives. The harvested spikes are heaped and capsules are separated and dried. The cured capsules are rubbed on a wire mesh for clearing and removal of the calyx (tail).
76 Tamil Nadu Kanchipuram Kanchipuram Silk Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1500CC BUT <3000CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY<=1000 WTH SPRK-IGNTN MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 OTHER MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY>=1000CC BUT < 1500CC WTH SPRK-IGNTN OTR PRTSANDACCSSRS OF VHCLS OF HDG 8701-8705 MOTOR CAR WTH CYLNDR CPCTY<=1000 WTH SPRK-IGNTN 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Central Sector Scheme “Silk Samagra”
a. Research & Development, Training, Transfer of Technology and I.T. Initiatives,
b. Seed Organizations,
c. Coordination and Market Development and
d. Quality Certification Systems (QCS) / Export Brand Promotion and Technology Upgradation.
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Silk-SAMAGRA-160419-English.pdf
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS),
a. 32 sericulture projects are being implemented viz., Integrated Sericulture Development Project (ISDP) and Intensive Bivoltine Sericulture Development Project (IBSDP) covering Mulberry, Eri and Muga sectors in all North East States.
b. The projects aim at holistic development of sericulture in all its spheres from plantation development to production of fabrics with value addition at every stage of production chain.
• To encourage production of silk in Assam, 6 projects are under implementation in 13 districts from 2014-15 to 2018-19 with the financial assistance of Rs.188.85 crore from Government of India to cover Mulberry, Eri, Muga & post cocoon sectors.
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/entrepreneurship-development-programme
• PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/employment-generation-programme
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• PowerTex India (COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME FOR POWERLOOM SECTOR DEVELOPMENT)
a. In-situ Upgradation of Plain Powerlooms
b. Group Workshed Scheme (GWS)
c. Yarn Bank Scheme Ÿ Common Facility Centre (CFC)
d. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Powerloom Weavers
e. Solar Energy Scheme for Powerlooms
f. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development and Publicity for Powerloom Schemes
g. Tex Venture Capital Fund
h. Grant-in-Aid and Modernisation & Upgradation of Powerloom Service Centres (PSCs)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster

 
• Integrated Textile Park Project (ITPP)-
Arignar Anna Handloom and Silk Park is under way at Keezhkathirpur.
(http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141208/nation-current-affairs/article/kancheepuram-silk-park-allocated-75-acres)
 
77 Tamil Nadu Coimbatore Coimbatore Wet Grinder Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes INDUSTRIAL VALVES(EXCL PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVES,AND THRMSTCLY CONTRLLD VALVES) OTHER PARTS OF THE ITEMS UNDR HDG 8481 C0IR PITH INDUSTRIAL VALVES(EXCL PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVES,AND THRMSTCLY CONTRLLD VALVES) C0IR PITH OTHER PARTS OF THE ITEMS UNDR HDG 8481 INDUSTRIAL VALVES(EXCL PRESSURE-REDUCING VALVES,AND THRMSTCLY CONTRLLD VALVES) OTHER PARTS OF THE ITEMS UNDR HDG 8481 C0IR PITH 85094090, 85098000 33.08 20.03 -39.45% 7.24 9.14 26.24% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • ASSISTANCE TO NEW ENTREPRENEURS
a. Entrepreneurship development programme
b. Model project profiles : Entrepreneur Information System 3.
c. Library 4.
d. Counselling & consultancy service 5.
e. Skill development programme
a) CNC Programming & Operation
b) Laboratory Training in Electric Motor Testing, Pump Testing , Chemical Analysis & Physical Testing
• ASSISTANCE TO EXISTING SSI UNITS
1. Common facility services
(A) Training Facilities offered to the small-scale industries are given below:
a. Electric Motor Testing (BIS recognized lab)
b. Pump Training ( BIS recognized lab)
c. Chemical Analysis ( ferrous & Nonferrous)
d. Sand Training
e. Microstructure Analysis
f. Physical training (Hardness, Tensile & Transverse )
(B) CNC turning centre
2. Human resource development
(A) Skill development programme
a. CNC Programming & Operation
b. Laboratory Training in Electric motor Training, Pump Testing, Chemical Analysis & Physical Testing
(B) Management development programmes
• Consultancy offered
a. ISO 9000
b. Energy audit
c. Project appraisal
d. Feasibility report
https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/102295/11/11_chapter%203.pdf
• TN Scheme to supply free wet-grinders to the lower income segment in the state. https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/tn-scheme-to-keep-wet-grinder-makers-busy/article23067604.ece
• Issue of provisional SSI and permanent SSI registration certificates.
• Conducting motivation and dissemination meets on industrial growth subjects.
• Conducting of entrepreneurship development program.
• Helping SSI units to collect default payment from industries through the Regional Facilitation Councils.
• Motivate industries by giving them awards in various areas.
• Providing loan for educated unemployed through the PMRY scheme.
 
78 Tamil Nadu Tiruchirappalli East India Leather Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Manufactured No No Not sure Not sure No No Yes No No OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW


OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL


 
OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW


PARTS OF OTHR ROTATING ELECTRC PLANTS
CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD


SUPER-HEATED WATER BOILERS
OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW

SUPER-HEATED WATER BOILERS
OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW

OTHR TRNSFRMRS HVNG A PWR HNDLNG CAPACITY NOT EXCDNG 1 KVA
OTHR KNITED OR CROCHETD FBRCS OF COTTON , UNBLCHD OR BLCHD

ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IRON/STEEL NES OTHER STEERING OR RUDDER EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS AND BOATS, N.E.S.
OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW

PARTS OF OTHR ROTATING ELECTRC PLANTS
CUCMBRS AND GHRKNS PRPD/PRSVD BY ACETIC ACID

SUPER-HEATED WATER BOILERS
CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD

ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IRON/STEEL NES OTHER STEERING OR RUDDER EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS AND BOATS, N.E.S.
4202, 4203, 4204, 4205 494.81 451.1 -8.83% 1340.93 2120.71 58.15% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Indian Leather Development Programme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2018-08/Leather_final.pdf
• Indian Footwear Leather and Accessories Development Programme (IFLADP)
a. Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) sub-scheme
b. Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster (MLFAC) sub-scheme
c. Human Resource Development (HRD) sub-scheme
d. Leather Technology, Innovation and Environmental sub-scheme
e. Promotion of Indian Brands in Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme
f. Additional Employment Incentive for Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector scheme
https://dipp.gov.in/indian-footwear-leather-and-accessories-development-programme
• FDI:
a. Leather products manufacturing is allowed 100% FDI through automatic route.
• Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) :
a. 2% across the board enhancement of duty credit scrip under Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) for shipments made from 1 November 2017
• Marketing Development Assistance Scheme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/Market Development Assistance.pdf
• Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme(DFIS)
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme %28DFIS%29 %E2%80%93 Comprehensive Guidelines - 2018-2019.pdf
• Guidelines Integrated Development of Leather Sector
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Guidelines for Integrated Development of Leather Sector %28IDLS%29.pdf
• Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana
• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY)
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Market Development Assistance Scheme
• Special capital subsidy for thrust sector enterprises - Funding Pattern : 15% of Plant and Machinery value  
79 Tamil Nadu Salem Salem Silk Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft No No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes OTHERS OTHERS OTHERS OTHERS INSTANT COFFEE NOT FLAVOURED OTHERS OTHERS INSTANT COFFEE NOT FLAVOURED GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Central Sector Scheme “Silk Samagra”
a. Research & Development, Training, Transfer of Technology and I.T. Initiatives,
b. Seed Organizations,
c. Coordination and Market Development and
d. Quality Certification Systems (QCS) / Export Brand Promotion and Technology Upgradation.
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Silk-SAMAGRA-160419-English.pdf
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS),
a. 32 sericulture projects are being implemented viz., Integrated Sericulture Development Project (ISDP) and Intensive Bivoltine Sericulture Development Project (IBSDP) covering Mulberry, Eri and Muga sectors in all North East States.
b. The projects aim at holistic development of sericulture in all its spheres from plantation development to production of fabrics with value addition at every stage of production chain.
• To encourage production of silk in Assam, 6 projects are under implementation in 13 districts from 2014-15 to 2018-19 with the financial assistance of Rs.188.85 crore from Government of India to cover Mulberry, Eri, Muga & post cocoon sectors.
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/entrepreneurship-development-programme
• PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/employment-generation-programme
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Central Silk Board Schemes:
a. Beneficiary Empowerment Programme (BEP)
b. Establishment of Chawkie Rearing Centres
c. Establishment of Seri Ployclinic
d. Incentive for Production of Bivoltine Silk
https://tnsericulture.gov.in/sericultureNov12/Schpolynote1.htm
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• PowerTex India (COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME FOR POWERLOOM SECTOR DEVELOPMENT)
a. In-situ Upgradation of Plain Powerlooms
b. Group Workshed Scheme (GWS)
c. Yarn Bank Scheme Ÿ Common Facility Centre (CFC)
d. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Powerloom Weavers
e. Solar Energy Scheme for Powerlooms
f. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development and Publicity for Powerloom Schemes
g. Tex Venture Capital Fund
h. Grant-in-Aid and Modernisation & Upgradation of Powerloom Service Centres (PSCs)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster


 

• https://tnsericulture.gov.in/sericultureNov12/Schpolynote1.htm

Scheme assistance is provided to the farmers and silk reeling entrepreneurs involved in Sericulture industry for the following basic amenities required for silkworm rearing and silk reeling.
1. For planting high yielding mulberry varieties.
2.For installing drip irrigation system in mulberry garden.
3.For the construction of separate silkworm rearing house.
3.For the procurement of improved silkworm rearing equipments.
4.For the establishment of Chawkie Rearing Centres.
5.For the establishment of Seri Policlinic
6.For the establishment of Multiend Silk Reeling Units.
7.Provision of training to farmers in Mulberry cultivation and silkworm rearing.
8.Provision of training to Silk Reeling Workers /Reeling entreprenuers
9.Insurance coverage for silworm crop and assets.

Government of TamilNadu Sanctioned Rs. 1791.00 lakhs for implementation Sericulture Scheme Components such as Planting high yielding mulberry varieties, installation of drip irrigation system, construction of separate rearing houses, procurement of improved rearing equipments etc
 
 
80 Tamil Nadu Nilgiris Nilgiri Tea Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK OTHER SINGLE VACCINE INSTANT TEA TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK OTHER SINGLE VACCINE INSTANT TEA TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA GREN IN BULK OTHER SINGLE VACCINE 0902 57.04 55.34 -2.98% 565.45 718.09 26.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Tea Development & Promotion Scheme
a. Plantation development
b. Quality Upgradation & Product Diversification
c. Market Promotion (Domestic & International)
d. Human Resource development
e. Research and Development
f. National Programme for Tea Regulation
g. Pending liabilities under the above components
http://www.teaboard.gov.in/pdf/CIRCULAR_Scheme_for_Medium_term_framework0001_pdf2424.pdf
• TEA PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
http://210.212.247.18/tms/pdfdocuments/PDS_tea_plantation_development_scheme.pdf
SPECIAL PACKAGE FOR NON TRADITIONAL TEA AREAS IN THE NORTH EASTERN STATES UNDER THE SMALL GROWER DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
http://egiccs.teaboard.gov.in/web/teaboard/development-of-small-growers
11th Plan Schemes
-Transport subsidy for the teas exported directly from ICD Amingaon(Assam)Rs.1.50 per kg of tea.
-Support for Export promotion to exporters- part reimbursement of travel and exhibition.
-Streamlining the electronic auction system for online trading of tea
R & D
-Support to TRA,TRF
-Research Schemes through TRA,UPASI-TRF and other institutions
https://mdoner.gov.in/contentimages/files/7_1.pdf
• 3% interest subvention per year will be provided to those tea gardens which have taken a working capital loan, with an overall cap of Rs 20 lakh.
• The state government will give a subsidy of Rs 7 per kg of ‘orthodox’ tea.
• If a tea garden purchases new machinery to manufacture ‘orthodox’ tea, then the state govt will help with a 25% capital subsidy.
• An agricultural income tax holiday for three years will be given for Assam’s tea gardens.
https://indianexpress.com/article/north-east-india/assam/assam-govt-announces-four-new-schemes-for-tea-gardens-6610786/
• The Free Drugs Scheme
The Free Drugs Scheme for 651 tea garden hospitals in the state will entail provisioning of 142 essential drugs, 47 surgical items, 45 consumables/linens and 6 numbers of disinfectants free of cost to the hospitals.
https://indianexpress.com/article/north-east-india/assam/assam-reforms-free-medicines-scheme-for-tea-garden-workers-launched-6056957/
 
81 Tamil Nadu Dindigul Dindigul Locks Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW OTHR KNITED OR CROCHETD FBRCS OF COTTON , UNBLCHD OR BLCHD OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW CUCMBRS AND GHRKNS PRPD/PRSVD BY ACETIC ACID CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD 83011000 7.32 7.14 -2.46% 2.19 7.68 250.68% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent
• NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIAN LOCK INDUSTRY, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC), Margin Money Assistance Scheme, Prime
Technological upgradation of Indian Lock Industry to the global standards, Technological upgradation of NSIC, Technical Services Extension Centre, Aligarh, Setting up of Special Purpose Machine (SPM) at the Aligarh Centre as per Indian requirements for development of Pin Cylinder Mechanism, Creation of Common Facility Centre for the Lock artisans at Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, Establishing a marketing network by participating in International and National Fairs and conducting vendor development
programmes, Sourcing of lock components by leading Lock manufactures (Godrej etc.).
https://dcmsme.gov.in/publications/books/cl$ev/ch4.pdf [Page 20]
• Minister's Rojgar Yojana Scheme (PMRY)
• Cluster developemnt Programme
PM Emplyment Genration Programe
• NEEDS
• Start-up India
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/madurai/lock-makers-urged-to-use-govt-schemes-to-develop-trade/articleshow/62641649.cms
• Training Schemes under the UNIDO scheme
• Training given to female workers to bring female entrepreneurs to trade
•Process Unorganised and unregulated industry, do not use power and rely on manual labour
High dependance on primitive tools and ramshackle sheds.
Raw materials required are iron and brass sheets, scrap and charcoal. Most of these raw materials are extracted from scrap metal and reshaped into locksigh dependance
82 Tamil Nadu Dindigul Malai Poondu(Garlic) Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Agricultural No No No No Yes No Yes No Yes OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW CUCUMBERS AND GHERKINS PROVISIONALLY PRESVD OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 18 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 37 KW OTHR KNITED OR CROCHETD FBRCS OF COTTON , UNBLCHD OR BLCHD OTHER TRACTORS, OF AN ENGINE POWEREXCEEDING 37 KW BUT NOT EXCEEDING 75 KW CUCMBRS AND GHRKNS PRPD/PRSVD BY ACETIC ACID   070320 0.03 0.79 2533.33% 1.68 5.78 244.05% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Export Development & Promotion of Spices - The core benefit areas of the scheme include Infrastructure development, Research on new applications of spices & new product development, Promotion of Indian Spice Brand abroad, setting up of Infrastructure for common cleaning, grading, processing, packing, storing facilities (Spices Park) in major spice growing/marketing centers, promotion of organic spices
• 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route in the Food and Processing industry in India. 100% FDI is allowed through government approval route for trading, including through e-commerce in respect of food products manufactured or produced in India.
• A storage facility with a capacity of 10,000 metric tonnes apart from a garlic smoking and carrot washing units are set to come up at Poondi village, near Kavunji.
• It would be constructed at a cost of ₹8 crore with aid from NABARD.
•Process Irrigation - Both artificial and rainfed irrigation
Cultivation - Monthly weeding and covering of soil to avoid exposure of the sun (manual)
Harvesting-
83 Tamil Nadu Dharmapuri Auto No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No Not sure Not sure No No No No Yes OTHERS OTHERS PORCELAIN DISCS AND STRINGS >= 6.6 KV OTHERS JAMS JELLIES MRMLDS ETC. OF MANGOE CUCMBRS AND GHRKNS PRPD/PRSVD BY ACETIC ACID OTHERS GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS OF COTTON 8708 49.88 36.1 -27.63% 4.77 5.91 23.90% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •FAME
•National Automotive Testing and research and development (R&D) Infrastructure Project
•Government of India’s Automotive Mission Plan (AMP)
• NEEDS Scheme

• Unemployed Youth Employment Generation Programme (UYEGP)

• Subsidy schemes for micro manufacturing enterprises

• Special Capital Subsidy for Thrust Sector Enterprises

• Generator Subsidy

• Back-ended Interest Subsidy
 
 
84 Tamil Nadu Vellore Leather cluster No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No Not sure Not sure Yes Yes No No No LTHR FTWEAR OF OTHR SOLE LTHR BOOTS AND OTHR FOOTWEAR WTH RUBR SOLE LEATHER UPPERS(PREPARED) LTHR FTWEAR OF OTHR SOLE
 
OTHERS LEATHER UPPERS(PREPARED) AUXLRY PLNT $ WTH BOILRS OF 8402/8403 LTHR FTWEAR OF OTHR SOLE LEATHER UPPERS(PREPARED) 41, 42 1073.16 997.42 -7.06% 1899.33 2671.2 40.64% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Indian Leather Development Programme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2018-08/Leather_final.pdf
• Indian Footwear Leather and Accessories Development Programme (IFLADP)
a. Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) sub-scheme
b. Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster (MLFAC) sub-scheme
c. Human Resource Development (HRD) sub-scheme
d. Leather Technology, Innovation and Environmental sub-scheme
e. Promotion of Indian Brands in Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme
f. Additional Employment Incentive for Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector scheme
https://dipp.gov.in/indian-footwear-leather-and-accessories-development-programme
• FDI:
a. Leather products manufacturing is allowed 100% FDI through automatic route.
• Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) :
a. 2% across the board enhancement of duty credit scrip under Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) for shipments made from 1 November 2017
• Marketing Development Assistance Scheme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/Market Development Assistance.pdf
• Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme(DFIS)
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme %28DFIS%29 %E2%80%93 Comprehensive Guidelines - 2018-2019.pdf
• Guidelines Integrated Development of Leather Sector
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Guidelines for Integrated Development of Leather Sector %28IDLS%29.pdf
• Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana
• Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY)
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Market Development Assistance Scheme
• Special capital subsidy for thrust sector enterprises - Funding Pattern : 15% of Plant and Machinery value  
85 Tamil Nadu Thiruvallur Tools industry (pumps/motors/foundry) No Yes Not Sent Reco - No No Not sure Not sure Yes No No No Yes DUMPERS DESIGNED FR OFF-HIGHWAY USE WTH NET WT >8 TONS AND MAXM PAY-LOAD >=10 TONS BILLETS OF REFINED COPPER FRONT-END SHOVEL LOADERS BILLETS OF REFINED COPPER DUMPERS DESIGNED FR OFF-HIGHWAY USE WTH NET WT >8 TONS AND MAXM PAY-LOAD >=10 TONS FRONT-END SHOVEL LOADERS DUMPERS DESIGNED FR OFF-HIGHWAY USE WTH NET WT >8 TONS AND MAXM PAY-LOAD >=10 TONS CHASSIS FR VHCLS HDNG 8702 (>13 PERSONS) FRONT-END SHOVEL LOADERS 8413, 8501 0 0 0.00% 0.15 0.06 -60.00% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •PM – KUSUM
•Industrial Infrastructure Upgradation Scheme (IIUS)
•National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP)"
 
• NEEDS Scheme

• Unemployed Youth Employment Generation Programme (UYEGP)

• Subsidy schemes for micro manufacturing enterprises

• Special Capital Subsidy for Thrust Sector Enterprises

• Generator Subsidy

• Back-ended Interest Subsidy
 
 
86 Tamil Nadu Virudhnagar Sivakasi Crackers No Not Sent Reco Not Sent Reco - No Yes No No No No No No No MATCHES SAFETY FLEXIBLE INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS OF MAN MADE TEXTILE MATERIALS SACKS AND BAGS OF POLYETHYLENE (INCL CONES) MATCHES SAFETY FLEXIBLE INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS OF MAN MADE TEXTILE MATERIALS SACKS AND BAGS OF POLYETHYLENE (INCL CONES) MATCHES SAFETY FLEXIBLE INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS OF MAN MADE TEXTILE MATERIALS SACKS AND BAGS OF POLYETHYLENE (INCL CONES) 36041000 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent ·  Fireworks Research and Development Center (FRDC)- Created under PESO and with its campus in Sivakasi, the FRDC was set up with the specific objective of researching and “developing environment-friendly crackers”. •Tamil Nadu Fireworks and Amorces Manufacturers' Association (TNFAMA), the apex body of the industry in the state, trains labourers in batches to produce green crackers .  
87 Telangana Warangal Warangal Durries Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OF GENUS CAPSICUM GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OF GENUS CAPSICUM GRANITE CRUDE OR ROUGHLY TRIMMED INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OF GENUS CAPSICUM CRUSHED OR GROUND; OTHER FRUITS OF GENUS CAPSICUM 5705 8.6 6.27 -27.09% 130.56 274.77 110.45% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Handloom Development Scheme
• Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana
• integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS)
• Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana (MGBBY)
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• Yarn Supply Scheme (YSS) - (https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1578522)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• Scheme for Technical Textiles:
- Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) •
- Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) • Coverage of major machinery for technical textile manufacturing under concessional customs duty list of 5% •
- Certain technical textile products are covered under Focus Product Scheme, under which exports of such products carry duty credit scrip equivalent to 2% of FOB value of exports
- Technology Mission on Technical Textiles (TMTT) o
a. Focus Incubation Centres (FIC)
b. Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in India (excluding North East Region)
- Scheme for promoting usage of Agro-textiles in North East Region
- Scheme for promoting usage of Geotechnical textiles in North East Region
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/scheme_technical_textile_070116.pdf
• Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster)
a. Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana.
b. Workshed -cum- Housing scheme.
c. Health package for Handloom weavers.
d. Thrift Deposit of Handloom weavers saving & Security scheme.
e. Bunkar Bima Yojana.
f. Sworajagar Credit Card to Handloom Weavers.
g. Organization of Exhibition and Fair.
h. Development of Exportable products and Marketing (DEPM).
i. Revised long-term action plan for KBK Districts.
j. Integrated Handloom Training Programme. http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Revised%20CPCDS%20guidelines.pdf


 
• Training Scheme
• Massive Carpet Scheme
• Marketing support Scheme
• Organization of Special Campaign Scheme
• State Award to Individual Master Craftman Schemes
• Self Employement to Individual Artisans
• Modernization of SOD
• Replacement/ Renovation of Looms
• Artisan Credit Card Scheme
 
88 Telangana Adilabad Nirmal Toys, Paintings and furniture Yes Yes Not Sent Reco Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OTHER GOODS VHCLS,WTH CMPRSN IGNTN INTRNL CMBSTN PSTN ENGNWTH G.V.W. <= 5 TON OTHER CLAYS, NES INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM GREY OTHR COATED PAPR AND PPRBRD (NOT MLTIPLY) INDIAN COTTON OF STAPLE LENGTH 28.5MM (1.4/32) AND ABOVE BUT BELOW 34.5MM OTHER PAPER CARDED WOOL 950300 57.04 55.34 -2.98% 565.45 718.09 26.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • National Programme for the Development of the Toy Industry (NPDTI):
Technological upgradation of Toy sector, Establishing a Toy Design and Development Institute (TDDI) at Greater Noida as a common facility for providing technological knowhow, testing and certification facilities and training programmes, Establishing a marketing network by participating in International and National Fairs and conducting vendor development programmes.
https://dcmsme.gov.in/publications/books/cl$ev/ch4.pdf [Page 21]
• Union government's requirement of compulsory Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification for toys will come into effect from 1 January, 2021. The order mandates that all toys and materials designed or intended for use in play by children below 14 years of age shall be certified by BIS.
• 1T-IDEA (Telangana State Industrial
• Development and Entrepreneur Advancement) Incentive Scheme
 
89 Tripura Multiple (Sipahijala,West Tripura,Dhalai & North Tripura) Queen Pineapple Yes Yes Yes Agricultural Not Sent Reco No No No No No No No No     OTHER ELCTRO-DIAGNOSTC APPRTS JERSEYS OF WOOL TROUSERS,SHORTS ETC OF COTTON PARTS OF OTHER GAS TURBINES WOODEN OF BAMBOO FURNITURE OF THE KIND USED IN BED     08043000, 20079930, 20082000, 20089914, 20094100, 20094900 3.08 3.11 0.97% 3.27 4.97 51.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent
• North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation Limited (NERAMAC)
• Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY)
• Mission for Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH)
• Horticulture Mission For North East And Himalayan States (HMNEH)
• Pradhan Mantri KISAN SAMPADA Yojana (PMKSY) of Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Tripura
• Horticultural Society of Tripura
- Helping them to market their produce
• Plans to build
infrastructure like creation of food park, laboratory for testing food products, cold storage chains and training programmes
[CM Announcement]
https://www.financialexpress.com/india-news/biplab-deb-government-takes-steps-to-boost-pineapple-production-in-tripura/1149700/
• Training by Manipur Organic Mission Agency, a society under State Horticulture Department has been promoting 600 pineapple farmers – 400 from Imphal East, Kangpokpi and Thoubal districts belts and 200 others from Churachandpur district belt, covering 600 hectares.
https://nenow.in/north-east-news/manipur/pineapple-economic-backbone-farmers-manipur.html
•Process The new cultivation technology protocol, according to officials, ensures total weed suppression, soil moisture conservation and prevention of soil moisture evaporation during heat waves.

In the new method, a black polypropylene sheet is placed on a raised soil bed before planting the pineapple plant. The plants are sown using planting suckers through the polypropylene sheet, which prevents any weed growth.

Vermi compost, cowdung manure or poultry manure can be used for organic cultivation while Urea, Potash, SSP etc. are the chemical fertilisers
90 Uttar Pradesh Azamgarh Black Pottery Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No       OTHER FTTNGS ETC SUITABLE FOR FURNITURE OTHR DRESSES OF SYNTH FIBRES PADLOCKS T-SHIRTS ETC OF COTTON STEAM COAL PARTS OF THE AIR CONDITIONING MACHINES ETC 69120040, 69120090 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• am Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
 
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
The pottery are made with locally available fine textured clay. The clay moulds are prepared in different shapes and are backed in kiln (Manually)
Later these clay wares are washed with powdered vegetable matter and are rubbed with mustard oil. They are decorated with floral and geometric patterned grooves using sharp twigs by hand


hey are smoke fired with rice husks in enclosed kilns which gives its unique shiny black surface. They are again rubbed with oil and baked in kiln. The grooves on clay wares are then filled with silvery powder of Zinc and Mercury, washed with water and polished again
91 Uttar Pradesh Bhadohi Carpet Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No HAND-MADE CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS HAND-MADE CARPETS ITEMS OTHR THN SAREES CONTNG >85% BY WT OF SLK ETC. HAND-MADE CARPETS ITEMS OTHR THN SAREES CONTNG >85% BY WT OF SLK ETC. 57 121.5 136.47 12.32% 588.52 1588.87 169.98% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • PowerTex India(Comprehensive st Scheme for Powerloom Sector Development):
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
a. Institute Upgradation Scheme for Plain Power looms
b. Group Work shed Scheme
c. Yarn Bank Scheme
d. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
e. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Power loom Weavers
f. Solar Energy Scheme for Power looms
g. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development, and Publicity
h. Tex-Venture Capital Fund Grant-in-Aid and Modernization & Upgradation of power loom Centres
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive power loom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme for power loom Workers
• Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
The carpet weaving industry in India, is highly labor intensive and it forms a considerable chunk of the handloom industry
The type of machinery & equipment used in the production process are hand looms, broad looms, dyeing machine, Finishing Machine, Washing Equipments like scrapping machine
92 Uttar Pradesh Bulandshahr Ceramic Products​ Yes Yes Yes Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No ERW PRECISION OTHER TUBES MADE UP OF OTHER OTHER,WELDED,OF CIRCULAR CROSS-SECTION, MADE UP OF OF NON-ALLY STEEL TUBE/PIPES OF SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR CROSS-SECTION: BASMATI RICE ERW PRECISION OTHER TUBES MADE UP OF OTHER OTHER,WELDED,OF CIRCULAR CROSS-SECTION, MADE UP OF OF NON-ALLY STEEL TUBE/PIPES ERW PRECISION OTHER TUBES MADE UP OF OTHER OF SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR CROSS-SECTION: MCHNRY FR FILLNG,CLOSNG,SEALNG,CAPSULNG OR LABELLING BOTTLES,CANS,BOXES,BAGS/OTHR CONTAINERS;MCHNRY FOR AERATING BEVER 6911, 6912, 6913 50.26 47.72 -5.05% 32.12 34.24 6.60% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
1. Clay is ground and mixed in a mixer. The clay is then mixed with water and made workable.
2. Clay is poured into moulds, extra material is cleaned or trimmed. Additional parts such as handles added if required.
The greenware is loaded onto trays and then placed in kilns. Terracotta and earthenware is fired immediately whilst porcelain and some other products are first glazed and then fired
93 Uttar Pradesh Firozabad  Glassware​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No No OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES OTHR GLASS SHELLS OTHR ARTCLES FOR CNVYNCE/PACKING OF GOODS OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES OTHR ARTCLES FOR CNVYNCE/PACKING OF GOODS OTHR GLASS SHELLS OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES OTHR GLASS SHELLS OTHR ARTCLES FOR CNVYNCE/PACKING OF GOODS 7010, 7013, 7015, 7018 341.09 341.25 0.04% 212.74 283.05 33.04% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
Soda ash and Silica are the main raw materials used for producing glassware
. In the mouth blow technique the melted glass is taken on one edge/side of the hollow metal stick and from the other side it is lifted over the head and the other end of the stick is put in mouth to blow
A wise sheet of molten glass is placed into a "float bath" that is a furnace containing molten tin. The glass turns solid at a higher temperature than tin and is removed once the glass is formed
Casting process is used primarily for production of art glasses and/or lenses. It's left to be cooled and not pressed like the pressing method, forming shapes unobtainable by certain mold
94 Uttar Pradesh Ghazipur  Jute Wall Hangings​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes No Yes No No No SAPS AND EXTRACTS OF OPIUM RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) RICE PARBOILED RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) OTHR RICE IN HUSK RICE PARBOILED RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) RICE PARBOILED OTHERS 5303, 5307, 5310 134.13 188.09 40.22% 54.65 83.64 53.04% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
Golden or Jute fiber is naturally collected from plants
Raw jute of natural color is bleached to discolor to produce white and soft de-colored yarn. By traditional methods than the jute is colored into different shades
Weaving is done by old pit-looms of 5 feet. After weaving the extra yarn is cut and smoothed. The final part of the production technique is patching of kela-silk (Art silk) yarn, velvet paper and beads is done to make the design and decorate the hanging to give beautiful look
95 Uttar Pradesh Kannauj Itra (Scents)​ Yes Yes Yes Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No OTHER PERFUME AND TOILET WATERS OTHER MIXTRS OF ODORIFRS SUBSTNS N.E.S. SYNTHETIC PERFUMERY COMPOUNDS OTHER MIXTRS OF ODORIFRS SUBSTNS N.E.S. OTHERS OTHER PERFUME AND TOILET WATERS CAMPHOS OIL OTHER MIXTRS OF ODORIFRS SUBSTNS N.E.S. OTHER PERFUME AND TOILET WATERS 330300 102.97 105.62 2.57% 48.92 157.2 221.34% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
The attars are made using the centuries old copper vessels called Deg (Kettle) or Stills and Bhapka (Receiver)
The Deg & Bhapka system is based on hydro distillation technique is also made of copper having openings for connections to one or two receivers
The Deg is heated on wood and cow dung cakes fire. The temperature is controlled by putting in more wood/cow dung cakes or by removing the same
The fragrance of flowers (raw material) is obtained by condensing vapours into the base material, which is primarily sandalwood oil
96 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Zari-Zardozi​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 OTHR ANTENNA FR OTHR USE OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
The entire design is drawn on to a tracing sheet and holes are made along the traced pattern using a needle
papers with the patterns are placed on a flat table with the fabric underneath to trace the design onto the fabric
A crochet-like needle that is fixed to a wooden stick called “Ari” is used to carry out the embroidery. The whole process is manual dependent of hand tools
97 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow Chikankari  Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 OTHR ANTENNA FR OTHR USE OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL OTHERS FUNGICIDE NES RICE EXCPTG PARBOILED (EXCL BASMATI RICE) OTHR CAST ARTCLS STAINLESS STEEL MALLEABL 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
Initially, the design to be worked is printed on the plain fabric. The wooden block is dipped in the color solution
Then it is printed on the fabric. There will be different blocks for butis, floral patterns and borders
he embroidery is done over the printed design pattern using needle and thread. Different types of stitches can be made in one product. Washing is the final stage of production process
98 Uttar Pradesh Mirzapur Carpet​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No HAND-MADE CARPETS CRPTS OF WOOL/FINE ANML HAIR HAND-MADE CARPETS ENSEMBLES OF SYNTHETIC FIBRES HAND-MADE CARPETS MENS/BOYS SHIRTS SYN FIBRES 57 121.5 136.47 12.32% 588.52 1588.87 169.98% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • PowerTex India(Comprehensive st Scheme for Powerloom Sector Development):
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
a. Institute Upgradation Scheme for Plain Power looms
b. Group Work shed Scheme
c. Yarn Bank Scheme
d. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
e. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Power loom Weavers
f. Solar Energy Scheme for Power looms
g. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development, and Publicity
h. Tex-Venture Capital Fund Grant-in-Aid and Modernization & Upgradation of power loom Centres
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive power loom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme for power loom Workers
• Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
 
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
Bunch of loose strands of fibers called staples are used to make carpets initially. The staples are put into a hopper where they're heated, lubricated and formed into slivers, which are wound into a long spool of fiber

Automated tufting machines are used to push the carpet fibers through the underside of a piece of fabric called the carpet backing this process was initially done manually
99 Uttar Pradesh Moradabad Metal Craft​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IRON/STEEL NES OTHER STEERING OR RUDDER EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS AND BOATS, N.E.S. OTHERS ARTICLES OF ALUMINIUM N.E.S. OTHER ARTICLES OF GLSS NES ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IRON/STEEL NES OTHER STEERING OR RUDDER EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS AND BOATS, N.E.S. OTHERS ARTICLES OF ALUMINIUM N.E.S. ARTICLES OF BRASS ALL OTHER ARTICLES OF IRON/STEEL NES OTHER STEERING OR RUDDER EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS AND BOATS, N.E.S. OTHERS ARTICLES OF ALUMINIUM N.E.S. ARTICLES OF BRASS 7419, 7907 87.46 74.81 -14.46% 116.55 268.23 130.14% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
Brass and Copper metals are used as raw materials for metal craft, the craftsmen cast their own pieces, make moulding clay from sand, resin and oil in proportion (20:2:1) and add borax to the clay surface to prevent the metal sticking
Then a mixture of melted zinc and copper is poured into these casts to achieve the required shape. The surface of the rough cast of the articles is filed and smoothened with sand paper and then rubbed with a solution of copper sulphate to impart a dark surface to provide a suitable base for the next stage of tracing the design and engraving.
The process is manual and requires little use of machinery and power tools
100 Uttar Pradesh Saharanpur Wood Craft (Wood Carving)​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No RICE PARBOILED OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN RICE PARBOILED BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR RICE PARBOILED BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER 44 2228.63 2012.27 -9.71% 227.68 418.78 83.93% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
• Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• Aam Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
• How to Export (Step by Step Approach): Guidelines to export their products.
https://www.indiantradeportal.in/vs.jsp?lang=0&id=0,25,44
• Compatible Foreign Trade Policy
https://www.dgft.gov.in/sites/default/files/ft17-051217.pdf
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
•Process - All of the products go through the same basic steps - slicing, carving, inlaying, sanding, polishing and assembling
Slicing involves the use of electric saw which is used to cut the wood into workable pieces. Carving is done either completely by hand or in combination with an electric saw. The saw is usually employed to make geometric patterns in wooden boxes.
Brass is extensively used in inlaying in which the metal is cut into small pieces and is fitted into engraved portions in the wood. Sanding and buffing are done by machines but the workers don’t even use any mask or eyeglass
Finally different pieces are manually assebled with rivets, nuts and bolts to achieve the final product
101 Uttar Pradesh Kanpur Nagar​ Leather Product Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No SDDLRY AND HRNSS FOR ANY ANML (INCL TRACTSLEADS,KNEE PADS,MUZLS, SDDLE CLOTHS,SDDLE BAGS-DOG COATS AND THE LIKE)OF OTHER WHOLE HIDS/SKINS OTHER/HIDES/SKINS INCLUDING SIDES SDDLRY AND HRNSS FOR ANY ANML (INCL TRACTSLEADS,KNEE PADS,MUZLS, SDDLE CLOTHS,SDDLE BAGS-DOG COATS AND THE LIKE)OF OTHER WHOLE HIDS/SKINS OTHER/HIDES/SKINS INCLUDING SIDES SDDLRY AND HRNSS FOR ANY ANML (INCL TRACTSLEADS,KNEE PADS,MUZLS, SDDLE CLOTHS,SDDLE BAGS-DOG COATS AND THE LIKE)OF OTHER WHOLE HIDS/SKINS OTHER/HIDES/SKINS INCLUDING SIDES 4202, 4203, 4204, 4205 1073.16 997.42 -7.06% 1899.33 2671.2 40.64% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent
• Indian Leather Development Programme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2018-08/Leather_final.pdf
• Indian Footwear Leather and Accessories Development Programme (IFLADP)
a. Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) sub-scheme
b. Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster (MLFAC) sub-scheme
c. Human Resource Development (HRD) sub-scheme
d. Leather Technology, Innovation and Environmental sub-scheme
e. Promotion of Indian Brands in Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme
f. Additional Employment Incentive for Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector scheme
https://dipp.gov.in/indian-footwear-leather-and-accessories-development-programme
• FDI:
a. Leather products manufacturing is allowed 100% FDI through automatic route.
Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) :
a. 2% across the board enhancement of duty credit scrip under Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) for shipments made from 1 November 2017
• Marketing Development Assistance Scheme
https://static.investindia.gov.in/Market Development Assistance.pdf
Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme(DFIS)
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Implementation of Duty Free Import Scheme %28DFIS%29 %E2%80%93 Comprehensive Guidelines - 2018-2019.pdf
• Guidelines Integrated Development of Leather Sector
https://static.investindia.gov.in/s3fs-public/2019-01/Guidelines for Integrated Development of Leather Sector %28IDLS%29.pdfAbolition of export duty on East India (EI) leather -(https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/letters/trading-in-ei-leather/article28324362.ece#!)
• Leather products manufacturing is allowed 100% FDI through automatic route.
• Government of India has allowed 100% FDI in single-brand retailing in India, with a clause of 30% mandatory local sourcing.
• Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) sub-scheme: 30% grant is provided on the cost of plant and machinery for Micro and Small units and 20% for other units, with a ceiling of $ 0.307 Mn for each product line.
Mega Leather, Footwear and Accessories Cluster (MLFAC) sub-scheme: 50% grant with a ceiling of $ 19.23 Mn based on size is provided. This is mainly for the establishment of Mega Leather Clusters to boost infrastructure facility and support services for production and export.
• Human Resource Development (HRD) sub-scheme: An assistance for Placement Linked Skill Development training to unemployed persons is provided - $ 230 per person, for skill up-gradation training to employed workers - $ 76 per employee and for training of trainers - $ 3,076 per person.
• Leather Technology, Innovation and Environmental sub-scheme: The help is provided for upgradation/installation of Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) @ 70% of the project cost.
• Promotion of Indian Brands in Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector sub-scheme: Eligible units are approved for Brand Promotion. Government assistance is limited to 50% of total project cost subject to a limit of $ 461,538 for each brand, annually for 3 years.
Additional Employment Incentive for Leather, Footwear and Accessories Sector scheme: Employers contribute 3.67% to employees provident fund for all working in the leather, footwear and accessories sector. The employees are enrolled in Employees' Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) for first 3 years of their employment.
• Design Clinic: The Design Clinic Scheme is an initiative of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Scale enterprises and India’s premier Design institute namely National Institute of Design. Launched under the National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme (NMCP) on February 17th, 2010 in New Delhi, the unique and ambitious design intervention scheme proposes to benefit 200 industry clusters to create a dynamic platform to provide expert solutions to real time Design problems, and in that add value to existing products.
http://designclinicsmsme.org/Design%20Awareness%20Programme%20Reports/LeatherToys_Indore_NAS.pdf
http://www.designclinicsmsme.org/
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
 
102 Uttar Pradesh Farrukhabad Textile Printing​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft No No Yes yes No No No No No OTHERS ARTICLES OF FURSKIN EXCL. APPAREL AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES OTHER TOBACCO NO STEMMD/STRIPPED OTHR DRESSES OF OTHR TXTL MATERIALS OTHR THAN SILK OTHER TOBACCO NO STEMMD/STRIPPED OTHR DRESSES OF SYNTH FIBRES OTHERS ARTICLES OF FURSKIN EXCL. APPAREL AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES OTHER TOBACCO NO STEMMD/STRIPPED OTHERS ARTICLES OF FURSKIN EXCL. APPAREL AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES SDDLRY AND HRNSS FOR ANY ANML (INCL TRACTSLEADS,KNEE PADS,MUZLS, SDDLE CLOTHS,SDDLE BAGS-DOG COATS AND THE LIKE)OF 51121140, 52122500 0.04 0.09 125.00% 3.1 1.25 -59.68% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Baba Saheb Hastshilp Vikas Yojana (AHVY) is a cluster specific scheme. The National Handicraft Development Programme for development and promotion of Handicrafts Sector will have the following three components: i. Ambedkar Hastshilp Vikas Yojana ii. Marketing Support iii. Research and Development.
- http://handicrafts.nic.in/pdf/Scheme.pdf#page=7
Mega cluster approach is a Drive to scale up the infrastructural and production chain at Handicrafts clusters which have remained unorganized and have not kept pace with the modernization and development that have been taking place so far.
• Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY):
Scheme Of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) : Ministry of MSME has launched this scheme in the year 2005 with the view to make the traditional industries more competitive, market driven, productive, profitable and capable of providing sustainable employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs.
http://www.craftmark.org/cms/public/uploads/1595970051.pdf
• USTTAD: Upgrading the skills and Training in Traditional Arts/ Crafts for Development:
http://www.minorityaffairs.gov.in/sites/default/files/Final%20Advertisemnet%20USTTAD%20%281%29.pdf
• RAJIV GANDHI SHILPI SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA:
The scheme is aimed towards providing financial aid to the artisan community to access the best of healthcare facilities in the country.
https://transformingindia.mygov.in/scheme/rajiv-gandhi-shilpi-swasthya-bima-yojana/#intro
• am Admi Bima Yojana scheme : The Aam Admi Bima Yojana is a social security scheme which was launched on 2nd October 2007 to provide a group insurance cover to individuals belonging to specified groups. 48 vocational groups are identified under the scheme and the members belonging to those groups can be covered.
• Margin Money Scheme for Artisans under MUDRA Yojna
• Marketing Support & services and Research & Development by Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles.
 
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
 
103 Uttar Pradesh Varanasi Silk Products​ Yes Yes Yes Handicraft Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No HAND-MADE CARPETS,CARPETING AND RUGS KLM, SCHMCKS, KRMNE AND SMLR HNDWVN HAND-MADE OTHER COAL W/N PULVRSD BUT NTAGLDMRTD CARPETS HAND-MADE CARPETS GREEN CHILLY 5007 32.44 31.02 -4.38% 22.89 62.52 173.13% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Central Sector Scheme “Silk Samagra”
a. Research & Development, Training, Transfer of Technology and I.T. Initiatives,
b. Seed Organizations,
c. Coordination and Market Development and
d. Quality Certification Systems (QCS) / Export Brand Promotion and Technology Upgradation.
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/Silk-SAMAGRA-160419-English.pdf
• North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS),
a. 32 sericulture projects are being implemented viz., Integrated Sericulture Development Project (ISDP) and Intensive Bivoltine Sericulture Development Project (IBSDP) covering Mulberry, Eri and Muga sectors in all North East States.
b. The projects aim at holistic development of sericulture in all its spheres from plantation development to production of fabrics with value addition at every stage of production chain.
• To encourage production of silk in Assam, 6 projects are under implementation in 13 districts from 2014-15 to 2018-19 with the financial assistance of Rs.188.85 crore from Government of India to cover Mulberry, Eri, Muga & post cocoon sectors.
• Entrepreneurship Development Programme
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/entrepreneurship-development-programme
• PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)
https://hts.assam.gov.in/schemes/employment-generation-programme
• SFURTI
• Handloom Weavers’ Comprehensive Welfare Scheme (HWCWS)
• Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana
• Health Insurance Scheme
• National Handloom Development Programme (NHDP).
• Central Silk Board Schemes:
a. Beneficiary Empowerment Programme (BEP)
b. Establishment of Chawkie Rearing Centres
c. Establishment of Seri Ployclinic
d. Incentive for Production of Bivoltine Silk
https://tnsericulture.gov.in/sericultureNov12/Schpolynote1.htm
• Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)
• 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the Textile Industry in India
• National Technical Textiles Mission to be set up:
- With four-year implementation period from 2020-21 to 2023-24. At an estimated outlay of about $ 197.33 Mn. To position India as a global leader in Technical Textiles
• The Ministry of Textiles is implementing the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) to enable the textile processing sector in meeting environmental standards. This will be achieved through appropriate technology including marine, riverine and Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Yojana, being implemented by the Ministry of Textiles, GoI.
• PowerTex India (COMPREHENSIVE SCHEME FOR POWERLOOM SECTOR DEVELOPMENT)
a. In-situ Upgradation of Plain Powerlooms
b. Group Workshed Scheme (GWS)
c. Yarn Bank Scheme Ÿ Common Facility Centre (CFC)
d. Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Powerloom Weavers
e. Solar Energy Scheme for Powerlooms
f. Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development and Publicity for Powerloom Schemes
g. Tex Venture Capital Fund
h. Grant-in-Aid and Modernisation & Upgradation of Powerloom Service Centres (PSCs)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/PowerTex%20India%20Brochure%20English.pdf
Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
• Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
• Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme Ÿ Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (CPCDS)
http://texmin.nic.in/sites/default/files/11b_Guidelines_of_development_of_mega_cluster_scheme_Powerloom_nmcc_cs_20090312_0.pdf
• Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (RCPCDS)- (Development of Powerloom/Silk Mega Cluster
• ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
•Process:
1. Creating design - Jacquard Cards
2. Procuring and dying yarns
3. Weaving of Saree

•Technology:
1. Manual tools (paper cutter, brown sheet, cale, small punch tools, hammer)
2. Yarn
3. Spinning wheel, spindles, Fly shuttle
4. Jacquard Machine, Handloom
5. Warping machine, warp beam, heddles and reed
104 Uttar Pradesh Meerut Scissors Yes Yes Yes Manufactured No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER SPORTS EQUIPMENTS BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 OTHER SPORTS EQUIPMENTS BONELESS MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS , FROZEN OTHER SPORTS EQUIPMENTS OTHER CANE SUGAR EXCL. THOSE SPECIFIED IN NOTE 2 821300 8.97 8.91 -0.67% 0.28 0.47 67.86% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent - • ODOP Assistance by UP government:
a. CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
b. Market Development Assistance Scheme
c. Finance Assistance Scheme
d. Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
http://odopup.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/201811141329078632ViewGOPDF_list_user-2.pdf
• Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP, Export Promotional Schemes
• MSME SChemes under MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP (Margin Money Scheme)
http://www.upmsme.in/pdf/schemes.pdf?cd=MQA5AA%3d%3d
4. Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 , GoUP
•Process:
1. Cold stamping/Drop forging
2. Drilling and Trimming of excess metal
3. Tempering (Hardening process)
4. Straightening of metal
5. Grinding and Polishing
6. Handle making (strong adhesive)
7. Assembling

Technology:
1. Rolling Machine
2. Lathe, Hand drill
3. Grinding Blade
4. Furnace and Milling Cutter
105 Uttarakhand Dehradun Wellness Centres No Yes No Service No No No No Yes No No No No OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMATORY, ANALGESTICS AND ANTIPYRATIC DRUGS TURBO JETS OF A THRUST <=25 KN OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHR REFND SUGAR INCLUDNG CENTRIFUGAL SUGR OTHER GLYCOSIDES NTRL/RPRDCD BY SYNTHSIS ANDTHR SLTS ETHRS DRVTVS OTHER MEDCNE PUT UP FOR RETAIL SALE N.E.S OTHER GLYCOSIDES NTRL/RPRDCD BY SYNTHSIS ANDTHR SLTS ETHRS DRVTVS PRTS OF BORNG/SNKNG MCHNRY,SLF-PRPLD   - - - - - - Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent •Scheme for development of Ayush Clusters
• MOU Ministry of Ayush & MSME
•Ayushman Bharat - Health and Wellness Centers
   
106 West Bengal Darjeeling Darjeeling Tea Yes Yes Yes Agricultural Not Sent Reco No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG JUTE, RAW OR RETTED TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG JUTE, RAW OR RETTED TEA BLACK,LEAF IN BULK TEA BLACK IN PCKT>3KG BUT<= 20 KG JUTE, RAW OR RETTED 0902 57.04 55.34 -2.98% 565.45 718.09 26.99% Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent Not sent • Tea Development & Promotion Scheme
a. Plantation development
b. Quality Upgradation & Product Diversification
c. Market Promotion (Domestic & International)
d. Human Resource development
e. Research and Development
f. National Programme for Tea Regulation
g. Pending liabilities under the above components
http://www.teaboard.gov.in/pdf/CIRCULAR_Scheme_for_Medium_term_framework0001_pdf2424.pdf
• TEA PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
http://210.212.247.18/tms/pdfdocuments/PDS_tea_plantation_development_scheme.pdf
• WB Chaa Sundari Scheme 2020: Housing Scheme for Tea Workers
• Tea Tribes Welfare Department
a. Swahid Dayal Das Panika Swaniyojan Achoni (skill development and entrepreneurship grant)
https://teatribes.assam.gov.in/schemes
•Process:
1. Harvesting (manual)
2. Rolling
3. Sifting
4. Fermentation
5. Drying
6. Sorting

Technology:
1. Drying machines >10,00,000/-
2. Mechanical sifters 60,000/-
3. Rolling Machine 1,35,000/-