Nuthana Javali Neethi 2013-18

Nuthana Javali Neethi 2013-18 – Skill Development Training Programme

NJN Training Candidates List

Under the State Government scheme of Nuthana Javali Neethi 2013-18, it is targeted to provide employment to 500000 people by attracting new industrial investments to the tune of Rs.10000 Cr. in Karnataka State, during the policy period. Under this scheme, 144 Government SDC centres have been established with Government grant of Rs.27.00 lakhs each. 168 private training centres with own machinery and infrastructure have been setup. In total 312 skill development training centres are established in different Taluks across the state. Through these centres skill development training will be imparted for period of 45 days in crafts like sewing machine operator, Handloom weaving & Powerloom weaving. Under the scheme Government grant of Rs.9500/- per candidate for sdc centers and Rs.11000/- per candidate for private centers will be provided as training expenditure. During the training period Rs.3500/- will be paid to candidates as stipend in one instalment. For Government SDC centers Rs.1000/- towards raw material and Rs.5000/- towards training centres grant will be provided. If the training center is private center Rs.1000/- towards raw material and Rs.6500/- towards training centres grant will be provided. Grant to training centres will be released in two milestones. That is 50% cost being first instalment soon after completion of training programme. Another 50% cost being second instalment soon after completion of 60 days of trainee getting employment in the Garment industries. Placement will be given to the trained candidate in various textile industries across the state. EDP training will be provided to the potential entrepreneurs to start their own textile industries. Once industries started their commercial production various incentives and concessions will be provided from the Textile Department under the scheme of Nuthana Javali Neethi 2013-18.

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KHTI Jamakandi Download
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Revised Training Expenditure Download
Sewing Machine Operator Handbook Download
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Textile plays a major role in the Indian economy. It contributes 14 per cent to industrial production and 4 per cent to GDP. With over 45 million people, the industry is one of the largest source of employment generation in the country. The industry accounts for nearly 15 per cent of total exports. The size of India’s textile market in 2016 was around US$ 137 billion, which is expected to touch US$ 226 billion market by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 8.7 per cent between2009-23.
Karnataka being one of the more industrialised and proactive states of the country is an ideal location for investments. Excellent human resources, good industrial infrastructure, attractive policies of the state, peaceful industrial environment existing in the state are pivotal in attracting investments in to state. Karnataka has carved a niche for Ready Made Garments, Spinning and weaving, technical textiles and so on.
The New Textile Policy of the state offers very attractive incentives and concessions. The department of Handlooms and Textiles acts as a facilitating agency to textile investments. It coordinates with various government agencies like Karnataka Udyog Mitra and other line departments in facilitating the investments.
The new textile policy can be seen here :
PPP Textiles with Operating and Upcoming :
a) Powerloom Mini Textile Park – Rani Chenamma Park at Belgaum District
b) Chamarajanagar
c) Mini Powerloom Park at Adiki, Bidar

State Textile Sector An Overview :
  • Textile Sector is largest sector providing employment after Agriculture. Approximately 8 Lakh people are employed in Textile Division.
  • 20% of the national readymade production, approximately Rs. 75,000 Crores.
  • Production of 65% of Silk, 12% of Wool & 3.5% of Cotton.
  • Total Textile Unit: 6500 (Small, Large and Mega Textile Units).
  • Totally 1.20 Powerlooms and 42,000 Handlooms are worklingin the State.
  • Cooperative Societies

    I. 227 Cotton Handloom Cooperative Societies
    II. 88 Silk Handloom Cooperative Societies
    III. 138 Wool Handloom Cooperative Societies
    IV. 90 Powerloom Societies are working

S.No Name of the Unit No. of Units Employment
1 Shahi Exports 48 80,000
2 Gokul Das 26 30,000
3 Arvind Group 9 15,000
4 L.T.Karle 2 3000
5 Jockey India 18 20,000
6 Go Go International 1 2000
7 Bombay Ryan 6 10,000
8 Texs Port Syndicate 7 8500
9 Texs Port Overseas 7 10,000
10 Mandana Garments 5 4500
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District wise garment unit details Download
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Highlights of Garment Download
Landbank Textile Sector Details Download
Mega Project Details Download
Status Report Of DITP Park Download
Technical Textiles Download
Textile Sez Details Download
District wise details of textile units Download
Kurni Textile Park Download
Karnataka Industrial Facilitation ACT Download
Textile and Apparel scenario Download
Suvarna Vastra Neethi 2008-2013 Download