Jharkhand, in its Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy 2016 has declared textile as a “Thrust Area”. Jharkhand has experienced phenomenal growth in Sericulture Sector. In order to maintain the leading edge and rejuvenate existing rural industries including sericulture, handloom, handicraft, khadi, textile etc., it is envisaged to assist them in modernization/technological up-gradation and provide necessary common facilities, backward and forward linkages including product design, marketing support etc. so as to make them globally competitive and their product remunerative. Silk products from state are famous for its quality and have good demand in country as well as international markets.
To establish the textile and garment industry of Jharkhand, as a producer of internationally competitive value added products thereby maintaining dominant presence in the growing domestic and international market and contributing to the sustainable employment and economic growth of the State
To reinforce the value chain of the textile industry across the State through capital infusion, technology transfer, skill up-gradation and handholding.
To achieve higher and sustainable growth in the entire textile value chain from fibre to finished products, with emphasis on balanced regional development:
strengthening and enhancing capacity of all the essential value chain activities such as Spinning, Weaving (Handloom and Powerloom) including pre-loom activities, Knitting, Processing, Garmenting, Technical Textiles and other supporting ancillary activities including Textile Machinery Manufacturing
Promoting well- being of the cooperative sector spinning mills
Supporting and strengthening the power loom sector in order to modernize production technologies, enabling supply of good quality fabrics in the required quantum
Making Information Technology (IT) an integral part of the entire value chain of textile production and thereby facilitate the industry to achieve international standards in terms of quality, design and marketing
To equip the Industry to withstand pressures of import penetration and maintain a dominant presence in the domestic market
To liberalise controls and regulations so that the different segments of the textile industry are enabled to perform in a greater competitive environment
To facilitate emerging Technical Textiles in critical areas such as production, technology and research and development. The Policy will encourage integrated development in the sector aiming to sustainability of the textile units in the State
To support the industry with skilled human resource and to create at least 5 lakhs new employment opportunities in the State under the Policy period:
Strengthening the process of bridging the skills gap by providing better institutional linkages, creating a good pool of trainers by conducting Training of Trainers and the Assessment and Certification process to ensure the quality of training program
Infrastructure development to make Units globally competitive and meet the export compliance through Cluster based Textile Parks, Mega Projects and CETPs etc.