JHARKHAND INDUSTRIAL POLICY 2012
21.1 Industrial units under this category including
Jharcraft, or projects under joint venture, PPP mode, State Govt. etc will
be facilitated to get access to all the existing schemes of Govt. of India
Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS)
(ii) Scheme for
Integrated Textile Parks (SITP)
(iii) Scheme for
Integrated Skill Development
21.2 The State
Government will extend the benefits to textile / apparel units in areas /
activities excluding those which have been covered under Govt. of India
21.3 The facilities available in industrial
training institute of the State for apparel production will be upgraded by
the State Govt. and such training institutes will be allowed to run various
courses in apparel production as per the schemes of All India
21.4 Efforts will be made to attract major
textile companies for establishment of textile units in the State.
21.5 Since there is substantial scope of
employment generation in textile sector, efforts will be made to set up
reeling / spinning / weaving / readymade garments / apparel parks etc under
PPP / Joint venture / private mode.
will be given assistance of 75% of the total project cost incurred, upto Rs
5 crore maximum, for setting up an autonomous institute of quality
apparel training. The financial assistance can be used by Jharcraft towards
fixed cost, plant machinery, equipment etc. and Jharcraft can set up the
institute on its own or in joint venture or in collaboration with multiple
agencies / institutes. The recurring expenditure for the training
institute, however, has to be borne by the promoter institutions.
21.7 Similar facilities of financial
assistance, as mentioned in sl. 20.5 can be extended to any reputed
organization or institute which has run and managed such institution at least
during last five years. This may also be set up in joint venture or PPP
mode with Jharcraft, ITIs, Industrial houses or other institutions.
21.8 A networking of training institutions
will be done by Directorate of Handloom and Sericulture and detailed data
base will be maintained.
21.9 (a) The Training Institutions mentioned
in sl. 20.5 charge tuition fees from trainees to meet their recurring
(b) Since the training fee of
ITIs for apparel training is very high compared to that of other courses, 50% of total fees upto maximum of Rs
5000 per trainee per course charged by the institution will be
reimbursed by the State Govt to selected candidates and institutions.
(c) However, this support will not be
available to those trainees availing any other similar benefit provided by
State Govt. / Central Govt. / sponsorship under CSR activities of the
21.10 Financial assistance, as reimbursement
of training cost with maximum limit of Rs 5000 per trainer per week,
will also be provided to apparel training institutions / centres approved
by State Govt. for imparting training to the trainers
(a) 100% in case of trainers
attending autonomous institutions promoted by Govt. / Public Sector
(b) 50% in case of trainers
attending other institutions. The training will be conducted in the
institutions approved by the State.
21.11 The Govt.
of Jharkhand will notify all Textile and Apparel Parks as Public Utility