The Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) was launched to address problems faced by the textile processing industry. This scheme is designed to counter challenges such as non-availability of water for processing and environmental pollution caused by the discharge of untreated effluents.
OVERVIEW OF INTEGRATED PROCESSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
|Name||INTEGRATED PROCESSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEME|
|Also known as||IPDS|
|Launched on||31st October 2013|
|Launched by||Government of India|
|Ministry||Ministry of Textiles|
|Budget||Rs. 500 crore|
|Main Focus||To address the environmental challenges in the textile processing units sector|
|Sector||Central sector scheme|
OBJECTIVE AND BENEFITS OF INTEGRATED PROCESSING DEVELOPMENT SCHEME
Main objectives of the Integrated Processing Development Scheme (IPDS) is to provide government support to develop a common infrastructure that will speed up the private sector investments in the major processing clusters.
•Ministry of Textile