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Development of Tannery/Leather Industry

Dated:- 8-5-2015 - The leather industry as a whole employs around 2.5 million persons whose segment-wise and state-wise position are as below:- Employment in various segments in Leather Industry Industry Segment Workforce (All over India) In million Percentage of Total Flaying, curing, handling & transport etc. of raw material - (Self-employment) 1.00 40% Tanning and finishing (organized) .....

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rcentage of Total People Employed 1. Tamil Nadu 42% 2. Uttar Pradesh 26% 3. West Bengal 7% 4. Haryana 5% 5. Punjab 4% 6. Delhi 3% 7. Maharashtra 2% 8. Karnataka 2% 9. .....

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nvironmental concerns, human resource development, support to traditional leather artisans, address infrastructure constraints and establish institutional facilities. The ILDP comprises the following six sub-schemes: (i) Integrated Development of Leather Sector (IDLS) - Under this sub-scheme, assistance is provided for technology up-gradation/modernization and/or expansion and setting up of a new unit in the leather sector. The Sub-scheme provides assistance in form of investment grant to the ex .....

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of persons already employed in the sector, besides training for trainers/supervisors, is also undertaken. Under Placement Linked Skill Development Training, at least 75% of trained persons are placed in the industry as per the guidelines. (iii) Support to Artisan - There are various clusters in India making traditional footwear and other leather goods. The aim of this scheme is to promote the clusters at various forums as they are an integral part of rural Indian economy and have potential for .....

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facilities by way of establishing new campuses of FDDI to meet the growing demand of the leather industry for footwear technologies, designers, supervisors and mechanics. Two new branches of FDDI in Punjab and Gujarat are being set up. (v) Leather Technology, Innovation & Environmental Issues - This sub-scheme provides financial support to Leather Cluster to meet the prescribed pollution control discharge norms and environmental issues. This covers establishment/ expansion/ up gradation of .....

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orts. These mega clusters will assist the entrepreneurs to set up units with modern infrastructure, latest technology, and adequate training and Human Resource Development (HRD) inputs. The development of Mega Leather Clusters would help in creating additional employment opportunity, particularly for the weaker sections of society. Mega Leather Clusters (MLC) for the development of leather industry will have common facilities. The project cost would cover various infrastructure development compo .....

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