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New Delhi February 20, 2014:- Promotion and development of cottage industries, which also includes providing training in such activities, is the responsibility mainly of the State Governments. However, the Government of India in the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises supplements the efforts of State Governments by facilitating promotion and development of khadi, village industries and coir sectors through implementation of a number of schemes. Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) imparts training in the country through  a network of 41 multidisciplinary  Training Centres. State-wise number of such Training Centres is:

 

State-wise number of training centres of KVIC

 

                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                      

Sr.

No.

State/UT

Number of training centres

1

Jammu & Kashmir

01

2

Himachal Pradesh

01

3

Punjab

0

4

Chandigarh

0

5

Uttarakhand

02

6

Haryana

0

7

NCT of Delhi

01

8

Rajasthan

01

9

U.P.

04

10

Bihar

01

11

Sikkim

0

12

Arunachal

01

13

Nagaland

01

14

Manipur

0

15

Mizoram

01

16

Tripura

0

17

Meghalaya

0

18

Assam

02

19

West Bengal

02

20

Jharkhand

01

21

Odisha

02

22

Chhatisgarh

0

23

Madhya Pradesh

02

24

Gujarat *

0

25

Maharashtra **

08

26

Andhra Pradesh

01

27

Karnataka

03

28

Goa

0

29

Lakshadweep

0

30

Kerala

03

31

Tamil Nadu

03

32

Puducherry

0

33

A & N Islands

0

 

Total

41

                                               * including Daman & Diu.

                                              ** including Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

 

 

Improvement and upgradation including modernization of Training Centres is a continuous process, through the grants received by KVIC for human resource development (HRD). KVIC has recently upgraded Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Institute of Rural Technology and Management, Nashik by installing facilities such as workshed and hostel, modern machineries and equipments for Khadi and agro and  food processing laboratories and a computerized design studio for Khadi.

 

 

The funds requirement of Training Centres of KVIC including their modernization is met from the HRD component of Village Industries(VI) Grant. The amounts released to KVIC during last 3 years and current year under the HRD Component of VI Grant as also the corresponding utilization is:

 

       (Rs crore)

Year

Amount released to KVIC

Amount utilized by KVIC 

2010-11

67.71*

6.96

2011-12

5.73

5.83

2012-13

9.73

5.71

2013-14#

1.73

3.37

            

 *Total VI Grant (including HRD component)released to KVIC; separate HRD 

               component was not indicated for 2010-11.

              #upto January 2014

 

This information was given by the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Shri K. H. Muniyappa in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha today.

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