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Smriti Z Irani Feb 20
MoU between DC(Handicrafts) & NSFDC will improve income of nearly 12 lakh SC handicraft artisans & empower them economically & socially.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 20
Convergence of efforts between & is in line with PM ji's clarion call to collectively address issues.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 20
Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) extends technical & financial support to artisans for marketing, promotion & export of crafts.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 20
NSFDC finances, facilitates & mobilizes funds for the economic empowerment of Scheduled Caste families living below poverty line.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 20
Witnessed signing of MoU between DC (Handicrafts) & National Scheduled Castes Finance & Development Corp(NSFDC) for empowering SC artisans.
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Ministry of Textiles Feb 13
Decision will stop loss to exporters as carpets once damaged have no market value and also lay waste the painstaking efforts of artisans.
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Ministry of Textiles Feb 13
Following the meeting with HMoT, has assured carpets meant for export will not be cut and damaged for verification purpose.
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Ministry of Textiles Feb 12
Notification on ROSL scheme for Made-ups will be issued after the elections as per directions of Election Commission.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 10
Thankful to Rural Development Minister ji for agreeing to collaborate with to support silk farmers & women thru SHGs.
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Smriti Z Irani Feb 10
Chaired meetings with experts and stakeholders of the silk sector on various issues concerning the industry.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
And sincere gratitude to Meghalaya CM Dr. Mukul Sangma for his support & cooperation in conducting the 1st Textiles NER Summit in Shillong.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Thankful to Assam Min. Ranjit Dutta ji, Mizoram Min. Rohluna ji, Arunachal Pradesh Min. Tamiyo Taga ji for their participation in NER Summit
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
I extend my gratitude to ji for gracing North East Investors’ Summit & sharing his valuable insight on development of NER.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
I thank for his support to in organising the 1st ever Textiles North East Investors’ Summit.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Grateful thanks to MoS ji for participating in Textiles North East Investors’ Summit & extending his support to our endeavour.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Investors’ Summit has marked a new beginning in NER Textiles sector & will go a long way in unlocking textiles’ potential in the region.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
As my NER visit draws to a close, I thank investors, all EPCs & associations for stepping up to help organize North East Investors’ Summit.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Shared benefits of ‘Pehchan’ initiative for handicrafts artisans & appealed to Meghalaya CM for greater cooperation in achieving the target.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Exhorted weavers to register their products under brand & also avail direct market access thru ‘India Handmade Bazaar’ portal.
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Smriti Z Irani Jan 30
Apparel & Garment Making Centres in different NER states are a step twd bringing organized industrial setup for textile sector in North East
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