A PROJECT REPORT

FOR

INTEGRATED HANDLOOM DEVELOPMENT SCHEME

KAKCHING CLUSTER, KAKCHING SUB-DIVISION, THOUBAL DISTRICT, MANIPUR

SUBMITTED BY

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRIES,

GOVERNMENT OF MANIPUR ---------

KAKCHING CLUSTER

I N D E X

S.No. 1.

Particulars Diagnostic Study Report

Page Nos. 1 to 7

2.

Action Plan

8&9

3.

Annexure-A-I Selection of Implementing Agency and Selection of Cluster for Diagnostic Study

10 to 12

4.

Geographical Locations of the Cluster (MAP)

13 A & B

5.

Annexure-A-2- Basic Survey of Cluster

14 to 45

6.

Annexure-A-3-Diagnostic Study report and Action Plan for Cluster Development

46 to 49

7. 8.

Financial Outlay Year-wise break up 3 years (Physical and Financial)

50 & 51 52 & 53

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DIAGNOSTIC STUDY FOR KAKCHING CLUSTER OF THOUBAL DISTRICT UNDER INTEGRATED HANDLOOM DEVELOPMENT SCHEME 1. Introduction: Cluster approach for a holistic development of micro, small and medium enterprises is being attempted all over the world particularly in the developing countries including India on a wider scale. The Development of identified handloom clusters in the second phase of the implementation of Integrated Handloom Cluster Development Programme in the country. Towards that end, a Diagnostic study has been conducted on behalf of the DCH by Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship covering Kakching Handlooms Cluster in Thoubal District under Integrated Handloom Development Scheme. The Primary aim of the Diagnostic study is to identify what ails in the cluster. The detailed objectives of the cluster are detailed below. To understand the current socio economic profile of the cluster To evaluate the current status of Handloom Cluster in terms of the product variety, yarn availability, the number of functional or non-functional looms, role of support organization and prevailing infrastructure facilities. • To highlight the constrains faced by the cluster and suggest some action plans for future. In order to fulfill the above mentioned objectives the primary survey in the cluster has been conducted as well as diagnostic study by the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati, for understanding of the cluster is based on analyzing the value chain that exists in the cluster. It includes the suppliers of raw material (backward linkage), the Weavers (Producers), the traders/Exporters (Forward linkage), and support institutions/ organizations. The support institutions are the Government bodies and social organization which held the various activities of the entire value chain. Generally, that support organizations include the National Handloom Development Corporation (NHDC) Ltd., Weavers Service Centre, National Institution of Fashion and Technology (NIFT), the Weavers Cooperative Societies and master weavers. A meeting of prominent weavers, Master Weavers, Prominent weaving community leaders, staff of the Cooperative Societies of cluster has been conducted and held various discussions regarding availability of raw materials, production capacity, product diversification, marketing, infrastructure facilities and the problems being faced by them are noted below. • • • • • • • • Types of product manufactured Raw material procurement Traditional preparatory work Dyeing and design facilities Use of t traditional looms Product market structure Competitive analysis Lack of working capital and availability of Finance. • •

2. Background of the Cluster: 3

Ministry of Textiles, Govt. Of India have sanctioned 01 No. of cluster in Manipur in 1st phase for the year 2005-06 which was implemented through IIE, Guwahati and 04 Nos. of clusters in 2nd phase for the year 2006-07 have also been sanctioned of which Kakching cluster in Thoubal District has been identified as one of them. Evaluation of the Cluster: Kakching is 40 Km. away from Imphal along the National Highway-39 under Kakching Sub-Division of Thoubal Revenue District. It is along the North East Passage to South Asian Countries through Myanmar. There is population of more than 7000 having about 1020 weaver households in the cluster of which about 500 weavers households are affiliated to the Cooperative Society and remaining weavers are outside the cooperative folds there are about 120 independent Weavers, 60 shed weavers, 500 wage weavers and 20 master weavers. More than 98% of the looms are loin looms and remaining is having fly shuttle frame looms. Of the total 850 looms in the cluster 66 % are working and 44% are idle. In Kakching cluster 99% women weavers belongs to weavers community of Meitei Community ( SC, OBC, General). In the cluster female weavers are 97% and engaged in the occupation of the weaving industry in the major way even though their contribution is either paid or poorly paid for the ancillary activities if performed by her outside the family weaving. The members of the weavers Cooperative Societies are accustomed to weave cotton and acrylic varieties, like, bed sheet, lungies, towels, mosquito nets, etc. Due to deteriorated financial position of the Society member are not getting regular work from the Society consequently a large number of weavers have diverted to the master weavers. The cluster covers 12 adjoining villages along the NH-39. The cluster will cover up to the Thoubal town along the highway for greater accessible. The cluster is very compact and possible for easy monitoring. Major Players in the Cluster In this cluster the Master Weavers are playing major role in providing employment to 70% to 80% of the weavers in the cluster. They are supplying raw material in the shape of warps. The weavers are simply put it on the loom and weaving and return the finished goods, by taking their wages. There are problems of raw materials, dyeing, common facilities etc. As such the weavers in the cluster are not doing their job successfully. The Officer on Special Duty (Handloom), Deputy Director of Handlooms and Textiles, General Manager with his Project Manager (Handloom) and Secretaries of the Societies are the in-charge of the Cluster for implementation of the Scheme. Current Scenario of Cluster: Particulars Total looms Looms covered under Cooperative fold Looms covered under outside cooperative fold Type of looms a) Loin Looms 4 Kakching Cluster 850 350 450 330

b) Throw shuttle loom c) Fly Shuttle Frame Looms • • • • • • • • • • • Types of product manufactured No. of Women Weavers No. of Society No. of Societies working Turnover of the area Outstanding loan Products

250 270 : 51 : 1005 : 05 : 05 : Rs.3127 lakhs : Nil : Shawls, Mekhla, Bed sheets, Ladies wear, curtain, lungies, muffler, mosquito nets, etc. : Rs. 55 to Rs. 75 : Rs.12.50 lakh Rs. 110.0 lakh : Rs.105.00 lakhs

Wage Rage Present loan amount Cash credit limit CC renewal for the year 2007-08

The annual turnover detailed below:1. 2002-03 2. 2003-04 3. 2004-05 4. 2005-06 5. 2006-07

of the cluster is Rs.3127 lakhs and the last 5 years turnover is as Rs.1,860.00 lakhs Rs.2,200.00 lakhs Rs.2,300.00 lakhs Rs.2,900.00 lakhs Rs.3,127.00 lakhs

Socio-economic profile: In this cluster the entire weaving activity is totally dominated by backward classes. The 98% of the weavers are BPL families. There is no un-employment in the industry. But due to social and economic changes the youngsters are not being attracted for weaving profession but opting for other professions. Since the area is the cluster covered under agriculture and as there are many other employment opportunities, a few are also switching to other professions. 3. Main Handloom Products: Major products of the cluster are cotton and acrylic products. The varieties like Shawls, Bed sheets, lungies, muffler, dress materials, mekhla (phanek), and scholl bags. The entire stocks of the Coop.; Society are being marketed through society 05 depots which are 38 showrooms in Manipur and Ema Market (a unique handloom venders) and remaining handloom items produced outside coop. are being marketed through master weavers. There are no professional dyers in the cluster and the raw material is being supplied by the Departmental Raw Material and master weavers after grey yarn is dyed and sized. 4. Powerlooms in the Cluster: There are no power looms in the cluster. 5. Handloom Mark: 5

As the Government has introduced the Handloom mark scheme with a view to provide collective identity to the handloom woven products and distinguish them from power loom and mill products. All the societies and producers are being registered with the Textile Committee, Ministry of Textiles for supply of Handloom Mark Labels. 6. Economic conditions of the weavers in the cluster: The earning of the weavers families are average. Many welfare schemes are being implemented by Govt. of Manipur as well as Govt. of India and as such the weavers’ families are self sufficient and having proper security for their livelihood. The following schemes have also been implemented as advantageous for the weavers. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Integrated Handloom Villages Development Scheme Project Package Scheme Health Package Scheme Mahatma Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana Housing cum-work shed scheme Thrift fund com saving security scheme Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana PMRY (Prime Minister Rojgar Yojana)

7. SWOT Analysis: The Strengths/Weaknesses/Opportunities Threats (SWOT) analysis has been done keeping in mind the historical background, geographical, social, economic and Industry related core issues and conditions existing in the cluster. Strengths: Market, Product Development and Technology • • • • • • • • • There is good potential in the domestic market for the traditional items and other products There is good demand for tribal shawls products in all over India and abroad Local consumption is high Societies have many sales outlets in State and neighbouring States. Possibility of creating new product range beside the existing range to explore the market Ample scope for product diversification by developing new designs through skilled artisans Having good handloom concentration Availability of skilled weavers Marketing /development Assistance is provided by Govt.

Weakness Market, Product Development and Technology • No local market • No local raw material supplies • No collective efforts related to marketing • Internal competition for marketing of goods leads to differentiation in prices 6

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Though efforts were made for new design development, but it is only individual basis Dependence on few products No regular work for weavers Low productivity No exposure to information Technology Low education level and poor economic condition of weavers Absence of weavers association No availability of sizing locally Inferior quality of dyeing Lack lf publicity There is no application of information technology modern management techniques for marketing the product design etc. Credit facilities from financial institutions.

Opportunities: • • • • • • • Brand Building for traditional saris and other products Scope for reduction in cost dyeing by modernization High demand to handloom products Availability of skilled weavers A common raw material Bank for Yarn, dyes and chemicals, silk yarn zari may be provided for quality up gradation Scope for increasing working looms. Introduction of various welfare schemes.

7.4. Threat : • • • • • • 8. Competition from Mill made products Ensuing globalization Decline in demand of traditional items Increasing demand for low cost power loom product Non up gradation of product technology may also affect sustainability Higher cost of products.

Justification for recommending the Cluster: • • • • • • • • • • Highly concentrated and compact weavers in the cluster More than 60% of the total population in the cluster are weavers Women are well acquainted in weaving. Weavers can get continuous employment and thereby earn better wages Possible employment generation directly and indirectly There are 950 weavers in the cluster 75% to 80% of the weavers are working under Master Weavers Even though Societies are operating the cluster it is able to provide employment only 20% of the weavers due to lack of working capital The relationship between weavers and master weavers are cordial All the weavers in the cluster are having their own looms in their own houses.

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ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT APPROACH I. Trust Building: The following action, are to be implemented fro trust building among the weavers. • • • • Exposures visit to successful clusters Conducting workshops at regular intervals Workshop on networking strategy has to be conducted Workshop on quality appraisal of woven fabrics has to be conducted

II. Quality Awareness: Quality of the products are not up to the export standards because of less attention being paid by the weavers and master weavers as they do not have technically qualified personal for quality checking for their final products,. The y are to be educated properly to improve the quality of their products. Therefore, it is proposed to arrange quality awareness campaign on frequent intervals. III Raw Material: A Raw Material Bank for supply of different counts of Yarn as required by the Weavers is proposed for supply of yarn at the cluster head quarters under the scheme. IV Common Facility Centre: Infrastructure proposed for establishing a sizing, finishing and warping units in the cluster head quarters for preparation of pre-looms processing. V. Dyeing: There are no facilities for testing of dyeing fastness of the dyed materials. In many of the dye houses they are not doing the yarn scouring which lead to uneven dyeing. They are using hard water for dyeing which also causes uneven dyeing. The Dye houses needs to be modernized with scouring and water softening plants. VI. Design Development: The services of the Weavers Service Centre will be taken for the development of new designs And training of designers is need to create innovative designs as per the market requirement. VII. Loom and Accessories: All the weavers are having traditional loin, throw and fly frame shuttle looms. They require Jacquard, dobbies and accessories top weave new designs and improved their productivity. VIII Marketing: The weavers in the cluster are not having any systematic marketing strategy. It needs initiation of efforts to organize market promotion for cluster products through domestics market. Therefore, it is propose to initiate actions as under: 8

• • • • • •

Market survey is to be carried out for development of colour designs quality Geographical identification brand has to be registered “ Manipuri Handloom” Establishment of market consortia Buyers and Sellers meets and also specialized retailers meets have to be conducted at regular intervals Training in value addition to the traditional fabrics has to be conducted Use if information technology

IX Finance: The Kakching Weavers CS and Sale society is suffering due to lack of working capital. The loan amount of this society crossed Rs.12 lakhs due to non repayment of interest of the previous years. It is therefore the members of the society have started working under Master Weavers and hence margin money is proposed for their requirement.

Signature of the President/Secretary/Chief Executives (Name & Designation)

Countersigned.

Director In/Charge of Handlooms

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PART – A

CLUSTER APPROACH
ANNEXURE-A-I SELECTION OF IMPLEMENTING AGENCY AND SELECTION OF CLUSTER FOR DIAGLOSTIC STUDY AND BASELINE SURVEY A. 1. Details of the Organization/Implementing Agency (IA): Director of Commerce & Industries, Lamphelpat, Imphal, Manipur.

Name of the Organization (with full address)

2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Registration number and date of Registration Govt. Department Name & Designation of Office bearers with 1. Shri Dhiraj Yumnam, Director (C&I). Phone No., FAX No. and E-mail etc. 2. Shri M. Rajen Singh, OSD(Handloom) 3. Shri K. Lamlee Kamei, Dy.Director(HL) Phone- 0385 2414220/469/418 Total number of regular manpower with the 179 Organization Balance sheet and loss/profit account for the Govt. Department last three years (enclosed) Experience if any in Textiles/Handloom 05-28 Sector Byelaws/Resolution of the Organisation Not applicable Previous experience in Cluster development Nil Scoring of the IA as per the pattern for Not applicable grading. B. Profile of the Handloom Cluster to be selected Name of Handloom Cluster and District. Geographical location of the cluster (enclosed map of the cluster) Total number of handlooms in the cluster Total Number of weavers in the cluster Kakching under Kakching Sub-Division, Thoubal District, Manipur. Kakching 40 Km. South of Imphal along NH-39 under Kakching Sub-Division of Thoubal District. 0 sq.km., 23o 55’to 23o 30’ North and 92o 59’ to 93o 50’ East.Map enclosed.

1. 2.

3.

850

3.1

Category

Men

Women

Total

SC ST OBC Minority General Total 10

2 2 15 19

158 188 75 580 1001

160 190 75 595 1020

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Status of the weavers in the cluster

Status Independent With Master Weavers With Primary Cooperatives With Handloom Apex/Group With Self Help Goups With NGOs With exporters Others Total

Existing 120 140 520 115 125

1020

5.

Present economic status of the cluster as compared to 5 years back

(a)Economic level of the weaver (b) Product diversification (c) Infrastructure faculties (d) Sales Turnover

Economy of the weavers is improving slightly from Rs.55/- to 75/- per day. Traditional patterns have been diversified for fashion clothing. Road connectivity between inter-villages has been improved with PMSY, which have easier for movability around the area. The sales turnover has improved from Rs. 1,860.00 lakh to Rs.3217.00 lakh from 2002-03 to 2006-07.

6.

SWOT analysis of the Cluster a) Strengths

Analysis in brief separately on the strength, weakness, opportunities and threats. a) There is good potential in the domestic market for the traditional items and other products b) There is good demand for tribal shawls products in all over India and abroad c) d) Local consumption is high Societies have many sales outlets in State and neighbouring States. e) Possibility of creating new product range beside the existing range to explore the market f) Ample scope for product diversification by developing new designs through skilled artisans g) h) i) Having good handloom concentration Availability of skilled weavers Marketing /development Assistance is provided by Govt.

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7.

8.

No local market No local raw material supplies. 3. No collective efforts related to marketing c) Internal competition for marketing of goods leads to differentiation in prices d) Though efforts were made for new design development, but it is only individual basis e) Dependence on few products f) No regular work for weavers g) Low productivity h) No exposure to information Technology i) Low education level and poor economic condition of weavers j) Absence of weavers association k) No availability of sizing locally l) Inferior quality of dyeing m) Lack lf publicity n) There is no application of information technology modern management techniques for marketing the product design o) Credit facilities from financial institutions. c) Opportunities a) Brand Building for traditional saris and other products b) Scope for reduction in cost dyeing by modernization c) High demand to handloom products d) Availability of skilled weavers e) A common raw material Bank for Yarn, dyes and chemicals, silk yarn zari may be provided for quality up gradation f) Scope for increasing working looms. g) Introduction of various welfare schemes. d) Threat a) Competition from Mill made products b) Ensuing globalization c) Decline in demand of traditional items d) Increasing demand for low cost power loom product e) Non up gradation of product technology may also affect sustainability f) Higher cost of products Justification for a) Highly concentrated and compact weavers in the cluster recommending b) More than 60% of the total population in the cluster are weavers the cluster for c) Women are well acquainted in weaving. study d) Weavers can get continuous employment and thereby earn better wages e) Possible employment generation directly and indirectly f) There are 950 weavers in the cluster g) 75% to 80% of the weavers are working under Master Weavers h) Even though Societies are operating the cluster it is able to provide employment only 20% of the weavers due to lack of working capital i) The relationship between weavers and master weavers are cordial All the weavers in the cluster are having their own looms in their own houses Duration of the study 3 Days

b) Weakness

a) b)

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Certified that: 1. The proposal for release of Rs. ……………… has been recommended by the State Level Project Committee on ……………. For Baseline Survey and Diagnostic Study. The minutes of the meting arte encloses. 2. There is no reason to believe that these organizations are involved in corrupt practice. 3. Consolidated UC for earlier releases for the year ……………. has been sent vide State Government’s Letter No. …………………………………… dated …………………….. is enclosed. It is also certified that no U.C. in respect of the above grantee organization is pending. 4. Certified that the above particulars are correct. 5. Certified that no complain(s) in respect of the above mentioned agency have been received in the State in respect of disbursement of assistance released by the GOI and State in the past.

Signature of the President/Secretary/Chief Executives (Name & Designation)

Countersigned.

Director In/Charge of Handlooms

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CLUSTER APPROACH
Annexure-A-3 DIAGNOSTIC STUDY REPORT AND ACTION PLAN FOR KAKCHING CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT ----------Sl. No. 1. Parameters

Name of the Kakching under Kakching Sub-Division of Thoubal District Cluster/Ward Village along the NH-39. Profile of the Cluster 2. Geographical location 40 Kms. South of Imphal along NH-39 leading to Myanmar of the cluster 3. Number of 850 handlooms 4. Type of handlooms in Loin Looms, throw shuttle looms, a few fly shuttle frame loom the pocket 5. Infrastructure Weavers have their indigenous loom and managed in their available residential verandah. 6. Present skills of the Capable of weaving various intricate traditional deigns. weavers 7. Number of handloom 1020 weavers 8. Status of the weavers Existing Proposed to be covered A) Number of Independent weavers 120 100 B) Number of Primary Weavers Coop. Societies 05 07 C) Number of Weavers in Cooperative fold. 520 150 D) Number of Master Weavers 25 E) Number of weavers with Master Weavers 140 100 F) Number of NGOs working in handlooms 04 04 G) Number of weavers with NGOs 125 50 H) Number of SHGs working in Handlooms 10 10 I) Number of weavers with SHGs 115 100 I) Number of traders 25 9. Turnover of the Present Turnover Anticipated turn over pocket (Rs. in crore) a) Domestic 24.12 36.50 b) Exports 8.05 22.00 Total 32.17 58.5 10. Average earning of the 65/118/weaver per day (in Rs.) 11. Main handloom products Shawls, Bed sheets, lungies, muffler, dress materials, of the pocket mekhla (phanek), mosquito net, curtain, table cover, saris and school bags 12. Number of Powerlooms in - Nil the pocket 13. Whether handlooms of the - No.pocket face competition with Powerlooms 14

Status of Pocket 5 years back 14. Economic condition of (a)Economic level the pocket in relation of the weaver to the position 5 years back from now (b) Product diversification (c) Infrastructure faculties (d) Sales Turnover

Economy of the weavers is improving slightly from Rs.55/- to 75/- per day.

Traditional patterns have been diversified for fashion clothing. Road connectivity between inter-villages has been improved with PMSY, which have easier for movability around the area. The sales turnover has improved from Rs. 1,860.00 lakh to Rs.3217.00 lakh from 2002-03 to 2006-07.

SWOT ANALYSIS 15. a) Strength

j) k) l) m) n) o) p) q) r)

There is good potential in the domestic market for the traditional items and other products There is good demand for tribal shawls products in all over India and abroad Local consumption is high Societies have many sales outlets in State and neighbouring States. Possibility of creating new product range beside the existing range to explore the market Ample scope for product diversification by developing new designs through skilled artisans Having good handloom concentration Availability of skilled weavers Marketing /development Assistance is provided by Govt

b) Weakness

p) q)

No local market No local raw material supplies. 3. No collective efforts related to marketing r) Internal competition for marketing of goods leads to differentiation in prices s) Though efforts were made for new design development, but it is only individual basis t) Dependence on few products u) No regular work for weavers v) Low productivity w) No exposure to information Technology x) Low education level and poor economic condition of weavers y) Absence of weavers association z) No availability of sizing locally aa) Inferior quality of dyeing bb) Lack lf publicity cc) There is no application of information technology modern management techniques for marketing the product design etc. dd) Credit facilities from financial institutions Brand Building for traditional saris and other products 15

c) Opportunities

h)

i) j) k) l) m) n) d) Threats g) h) i) j) k) l) Justification for recommending the cluster 16. Justification for j) recommending the k) cluster for l) development m)

Scope for reduction in cost dyeing by modernization High demand to handloom products Availability of skilled weavers A common raw material Bank for Yarn, dyes and chemicals, silk yarn zari may be provided for quality up gradation Scope for increasing working looms. Introduction of various welfare schemes Competition from Mill made products Ensuing globalization Decline in demand of traditional items Increasing demand for low cost power loom product Non up gradation of product technology may also affect sustainability Higher cost of products

Highly concentrated and compact weavers in the cluster More than 60% of the total population in the cluster are weavers Women are well acquainted in weaving. Weavers can get continuous employment and thereby earn better wages n) Possible employment generation directly and indirectly o) There are 950 weavers in the cluster p) 75% to 80% of the weavers are working under Master Weavers q) Even though Societies are operating the cluster it is able to provide employment only 20% of the weavers due to lack of working capital r) The relationship between weavers and master weavers are cordial All the weavers in the cluster are having their own looms in their own houses The Cluster identified in Kakching near Thoubal along NH-39 under Kakching Sub-Division of Thoubal District which is located 40 Km. away from Imphal City. a) To evaluate the current status of the Handloom Cluster in terms of the product variety, yarn availability, the number of active and ideal looms role of support organization and prevailing infrastructure facilities; b) To highlight the constrains faced by the cluster and suggest some action plans for future. 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Formation of Consortium Raw Material support Skill up geradation Design Development Infrastructure Publicity & Marketing Basic Inputs Construction of workshed Total 16 Rs.0.50 lakh Rs.3.00 lakh Rs.4.50 lakh Rs.24.00 lakh Rs.7.00 lakh Rs.14.00 lakh Rs.22.18 lakh Rs.8.75 lakh Rs.83.93 lakh

Strategy a) Cluster

b) Objectives of the development strategy

Action Plan 18. Interventions required for development over a period of 3 years, with financial outlay for each intervention

19.

Project Cost

Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Name of the component

GOI Base line Survey, Diagnostic study, Formation of SHGs Consortium building Raw Material Skill up gradation a) Training of Weavers b) Training of Dyeing
c) Management Training

Amount (Rs. In lakh State/ Benef Total iciary IA 0.50 3.00

weaver to be covered -

0.50 3.00 3.00 1.00 0.50

20 3.00 1.00 0.50

5.

6.

7.

Design Development & Product Diversification a) Purchase of CATD b) Engaging Designers c) Purchase of paper design, sample, assembling. Infrastructure/CFC a) CFC b) Dye House Publicity & marketing a) Advertising, Brochure, Catalogue for 3 years b) Exhibitions/Fairs for 3 years c) Buyers-Sellers meets for 3 years d) Market Survey/Intelligence e) Awareness and Exposure visit for 3 years f) Development and Hosting of website
Project Management Cost

2.70 5.40

0.30 0.60 15.0

3.00 6.00 15.00

4.50 1.80 0.45

0.50 0.20

5.00 2.00 0.50

0.05 5.40 0.60 2.70 0.30 1.00 3.000 0.50 1.00 3.00 0.50 3.00 6.00

8. 9.

Basic Input a) Margin Money b) New looms c) Dobby d) Jacquard f) Accessories
Construction of Workshed

10. 11.

Sub-total Civil amenities a) Approach b) Education c) Electrification d) Child Day care Centre for children of the weaver Sub-total Grand total 17

4.20 1.20 0.60 4.928 1.408 0.704 2.80 0.80 0.40 2.10 0.60 0.30 1.498 0.428 0.214 8.75 59.726 21.98 2.218 10.00 5.00 10.00 2.00

6.00 7.04 4.00 3.00 2.14 8.75 83.93 10.00 5.00 10.00 2.00

100 88 100 50 107 35 500

27.00 27.00 86.726 21.98 2.218 110.93

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Propose Year-wise action plan highlighting the physical and financial targets for 3 d Action years along with a brief project report should be enclosed. Plan for the cluster 1. The beneficiary has not availed of any similar assistance under any other scheme of the State or the Central Government 2. The Implementing Agency is functioning 3. There is no reason to believe that these organizations are involved in corrupt practice. 4. Consolidated UC for earlier releases in respect of the grantee organization under IHDS has been sent vide State Government’s letter No……………………dated……………. is enclosed. It is also certified that no U.C. in respect of the above grantee organization is pending under IHDS. 5. Certified that the above particulars are correct and are verifiable from Books of accounts of the grantee agency. 6. Certified that no complaint(s) in respect of the above mentioned agency have been received in the State in respect of disbursement of assistance released by the GOI and State in the past. 7. Certified that the Implementing agency(s) has obtained necessary approval from the Banks/financial institutions for credit linkages, wherever required. 8. Certified that the Implementing Agency has furnished the requisite details in the 9. Proforma A-2 (Baseline Survey of Cluster), enumerating, interalia, the names of the individual weavers, components required and the assistance required thereof etc. and is verifiable from records. 10. The proposal has been recommended by the State Level Project Committee on …………. . The minutes of the meting are enclosed.

(Signature) President/Secretary of Organization

Countersigned.

Director In-charge of Handlooms & Textiles.

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YEAR-WISE FINANCIAL OUTLAY BREAK UP FOR UTILIZATION OF THE FUNDS KAKCHING CLUSTER ------DISTRICT: THOUBAL
(Rupees in lakh)

Sl. Name of the Component No 1. Base line Survey, Diagnostic study, Formation of SHGs 2. Consortium building 3. Raw Material 4. Skill up gradation a) Training of Weavers b) Training of Dyeing c) Management Training 5. Design Development & Product Diversification a) Purchase of CATD b) Engaging Designers c) Design paper, sample, assembly 6. Infrastructure/CFC. a) Common Facility centre b) Dye House 7. Publicity & marketing a) Advertising, Brochure, Catalogue for 3 years b) Exhibitions/Fairs for 3 years c) Buyers-Sellers meets for 3 years d) Market Survey/Intelligence e) Awareness and Exposure visit for 3 years f) Development and Hosting of website 8. Project Management Cost 9. Basic Input a) Margin Money b) New looms c) Dobby d) Jacquard e) Accessories 10. Construction of Workshed Sub-total 11. Civil amenities a) Approach b) Education c) Electrification e) Crèche centre(Child Day care Centre) for children of the weaver Sub-total Grand total

2007-08 PHY FIN

2008-09 PHY FIN

2009-10 PHY FIN

TOTAL PHY FIN

1 1 10 20 20

0.50 1.00 1.50 1.00 0.50 5

1.00 0.75 5

1.00 0.75

1 1 20 20 20

0.50 3.00 3.00 1.00 0.50

1 1

3.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 0.50 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50

1

2.00 5.00

1

2.00 5.00

1 3

3.00 6.00 15.00 5.00 2.00 0.50 6.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 0.50

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 2.00 1.00 1.00 1 1 1 2.00 1.00 1.00 3 3 1 3 1

30 1.80 40 3.20 50 2.00 20 1.20 53 1.06 15 3.75 270 40.51 1 5.00 1 5.00 50 10.00 1 2.00 53 22.00 323 62.51 19

40 2.40 24 1.92 25 1.00 15 0.90 27 0.54 10 2.50 150 22.01 1 5.00

30 1.80 24 1.92 25 1.00 15 0.90 27 0.54 10 2.50 140 21.40

100 88 100 50 107 35 560 2 1 50 1

6.00 7.04 4.00 3.00 2.14 8.75 83.93 10.00 5.00 10.00 2.00

1 5.00 151 27.01

140 21.41

54 27.00 614 110.93

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