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Samarth – Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector

The textile and apparel industry is one of the oldest industries established in India. This industry contributes 5% to the country’s GDP and is responsible for 12% of India’s total export earnings. India has been able to achieve this immense growth due to the availability of the labour force.

OVERVIEW OF SAMARTH SCHEME

NameSAMARTH SCHEME
Flagship scheme forScheme for Capacity Building in the Textiles Sector (SCBTS)
MinistryMinistry of Textiles
Launch year2017
Approved byCabinet Committee of Economic Affairs
Target sectorOrganized and Traditional Sector
TargetTrain 10 lakh persons in the entire value chain of textiles excluding spinning and weaving in the organized sector
SectorCentral sector scheme
StatusActive
Official websitehttps://samarth-textiles.gov.in/

OBJECTIVE AND BENEFITS OF SAMARTH SCHEME

Samarth Scheme aims to offer market-responsive and job-oriented National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF) specific upskilling programs to 10 lakh youth (9 lakh in organized sector and 1 lakh in the unorganized sector).Through this, the Government aims to supplement and incentivise the endeavour to create job opportunities in textile and related sectors.

This scheme wants to promote skill upgradation in traditional sectors such as handlooms, jute, etc.

HOW TO APPLY FOR SAMARTH SCHEME

One can apply for Samarth Scheme by visiting following link:

https://samarth-textiles.gov.in/index.php?login

EXTERNAL LINKS

•Regeneration of Traditional Industry

https://msme.gov.in/scheme-fund-regeneration-traditional-industries

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