Share your ideas and suggestions to develop a vibrant and robust Textiles Sector

Share your ideas and suggestions to develop a vibrant and robust Textiles Sector
Last Date Aug 15,2021 23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The strings of India's development have been inseparably attached to the success of its Textiles sector. The industry's symbiotic relationship with agriculture widens the range of ...

The strings of India's development have been inseparably attached to the success of its Textiles sector. The industry's symbiotic relationship with agriculture widens the range of beneficiaries.

•4.5 crore people are directly employed while another 6 crores are indirectly in this sector with a considerable stake of women and rural population.

•5% of the global trade in textiles and apparel is to India's credit.

•India's centuries-old knowledge and expertise in this sector have positioned it as the world's 2nd largest manufacturer and exporter with a 12% share in total exports (2018-19).

And now we, at the Textiles Ministry have our sights set on achieving global leader status for India. Government under the visionary leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji has been pushing for innovation and incentives to realise the mission of Aatmanirbhar Bharat by bolstering exports, quality & productivity, competitiveness, technology up-gradation, research & development, and training & skill development in this industry.

Now, we are keen to listen to the suggestions of Industry experts, innovators, students, business leaders, and all other contributors to this sector to expedite our mission. As we mark the 75th year of India's Independence, we want you to have an increased stake in the success of the Textiles industry.

The last date to share your ideas and suggestions is 15th August 2021.

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ANKUSH TULSHIDAS DHARULKAR 1 month 1 week ago

Employment & World Demand is more from textile sector and many more reforms and efforts should be made in present and future.

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Vinodkumar Chandrashekhar 1 month 1 week ago

Govt need to setup textiles industry in every state, rural areas, provide state of art automation machinery/technology, train unemployed youth.
To reduce the manufacturing cost, Govt need to encourage textiles industry setup, reduce duty on machine imports & provide subsidy to exporters.
Align to foreign needs, latest trends & quickly adopt to them.
Marketing, branding & promotion of India manufactured clothing in magazines, fashion shows
Cost effective, Timely, Quality delivery are the key

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SABIRHUSSAINANSARI 1 month 1 week ago

is logo me green colour energy,determination ko dikhata hai logo me chakr hai ye development ko dikhata hai jo ki vikas ki gati ko dikhati hai, red colour confidence or power ka sign hai, jo ki rupya se aati hai ,logo me unchi unchi buildings darshai gai hai, jo desh ke Vikas or infrastructure ki gati ko dikhati hai, blue colour confidence or youth ka colour hai jo hamari desh ki prabhuta ko dikhata hai, Dekho kal ka Bharat ye meri tage line hai. Jo bhavashiye ki tarakki ko bata rahi

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AJITH A 1 month 1 week ago

Sir
Before British invade India, Indians textile had a big demand from all over the world. Because of the quality of the product.
But now the textile field is not in good, import of various textile product are the one of the reason for this.
To robust the textile industries, emphasis the domestic farmers into it, provide financial and infrastructure aids.
Reduce the import of foreign goods. And also increase productivity by innovation.

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Rima Chhabra 1 month 1 week ago

Machines should be used as much as possible. Powerloom should be used to make clothes. Instead of making synthetic clothing using powerloom, see if you can innovate the technology for making cotton cloth using powerlooms.

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Rima Chhabra 1 month 1 week ago

The color of Indian clothing should be made fast by taking help from people who have done higher studies in textiles field and BSc chemistry people. They should be paid for their services of advisory.

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Rima Chhabra 1 month 1 week ago

The size of clothes built by Indian textile local companies is too small to fit the large sizes of people's bodies in the western world and in urban India.
This makes the Indian textile products less attractive. Sizes should made for large size people and not for dummy dolls.

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MUKESH KUMAR KACHHI 1 month 1 week ago

Technology up-gradation, research & development, and training & skill development is the success of the Textiles industry for exports, quality & productivity. Every village there should be the textile training centre and the day

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RAJESH MAHATO 1 month 1 week ago

Textile Industry is providing one of the most basic needs of people and the holds importance; maintaining sustained growth for improving quality of life. It has a unique position as a self-reliant industry, from the production of raw materials to the delivery of finished products, with substantial value-addition at each stage of processing; it is a major contribution to the country's economy.

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Sheetal Pandharinath Patil 1 month 1 week ago

Technology up-gradation, research & development, and training & skill development is the success of the Textiles industry for exports, quality & productivity. Every village there should be the textile training centre and the Textiles industry .