Pavilion at IITF-12 carrying the theme of “Skilling India” was
inaugurated by Shri K. H. Muniyappa,
Minister, Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises here
today. Present on the occasion were Shri Devendrakumar. R. Desai, Chairman, Khadi
and Village Industries Commission and Shri Vivek Rae, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium
Around 155 stalls of Artisans, craftsmen,
Institutions and PMEGP units from all over the country right from the Jammu
& Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh are participating in this trade fair. KVIC
has also arranged live technological demonstration of few traditional skills.
Range of products include Cane &
Bamboo from North East, Munga & Endi silk from Assam, Handicrafts from Rajasthan, cotton
Muslin khadi of Bengal, Embroidered & Readymade
garments from Jammu & Kashmir, woolen shawls and other products like Processed
food, Herbal & beauty products, wood carving, Ayurvedic
products, Eco friendly Handmade Paper & conversion products, papier Mache, fibre
developed products, Honey & Honey products, tribal Jewellery.
In addition to, Designer readymade khadi dresses,
silk sarees, dress material from other parts of the
country will be on display and sale.
2011-12 Domestic exhibitions were organized by KVIC in various parts of the country for
the promotion of sale of Khadi products. These
exhibitions were organized at National level, Zonal level, State Level and
District Level in the country.
KVIC has been
accorded Deemed “Export Promotion Council” status by Ministry of Commerce for
promoting exports of KVI products. This will become a major step in creating export
opportunities for KVI sector.
To avail of
professional expertise in the area of Design and Fashion Technology, KVIC has
developed linkage with NIFT, Mumbai for convergence and an MOU has been signed. NIFT will also assist KVIC in setting up Design Cell
which would be used by Khadi Institutions to produce
With a view to
develop exports, KVIC is working out modalities for an MOU with Indian
Institute of Foreign Trade which will bring
professional expertise in harnessing capacity building to KVI
Institutions and units in the field of exports and also to create export market
for Khadi and Village Industries sector.
A no. of Khadi Plaza are being set up at Bangalore, Guwahati, Nagaland
by KVIC to support marketing of Khadi and Village
Industries products produced in this sector.
for providing grant assistance for transportation travel, lodging and boarding
for artisans, spinners and weavers and workers of Khadi
and Village Industries institutions and units of North Eastern Region, Jammu
& Kashmir, Andaman Nicobar Board for participating
in exhibition outside the Region/State has been introduced. This will motivate
institutions and units from these areas to actively participate in major
exhibitions to market their products and enhance their viability.
During 2012-13 the thrust will be in the areas of Brand
Promotion, Product Development, Streamlining of Departmental Sales Outlets,
Govt. Supplies and Exports. This will be
achieved by way of convergence with professional agencies like IIFT, CII, NIFT,
etc. as well as activities like Domestic and International exhibitions,
Buyer-Seller Meet, Workshops, Seminars, Training Programmes,
To develop Export
Market through participation in International Exhibition and Buyer Seller
To encourage KVI
Institutions and PMEGP units to boost the export of KVI products.
To promote export
consortium of Export Oriented KVI Institutions and REGP/PMEGP units which can play a major role in developing export and support
institutions/units to become export worthy.
linkage with IIFT, ITPO, FIEO, CII and NIFT to get expert input for export
promotion product development and developed strategy and action plan for
exports with deliverables and targets.
modernization of departmental and institutional sales outlets.
captive market available in form of Government supplies to Defence
Railways and other agencies.
domestic exhibitions and make them more cost effective with uniform designs
layout and proper monitoring system with checks and balances including
centralized billing and cash counter and provision for feedback from customers
as well as create data base of producing units with special capacity etc.
DSOs and work out turnaround strategy for loss making units and also involve
effective monitoring system online for damaged stock and inventory control,
purchase, payment etc.
in the areas of inventory control salesmanship, exports for sales staff and
officers of DSOs and institutional.
is coming in a big way through the intervention of Asian Development Bank,
wherein private sector partners will be
selected to ‘Partner with KVIC’ or
initiate massive marketing effort throughout
BIRDS EYE VIEW OF PERFORMANCE OF KVIC
(RS. IN CRORE)
(RS. IN CRORE)
(IN LAKH Persons)