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SCHEMES

PRESENT SCHEME

As on today following schemes are being implemented by the Khadi & V.I. Board.

KHADI

         Khadi evokes a sense of Nationalism, Peace, and Simplicity among Indians as it is closely associated with India’s freedom movement led by Mahatma Gandhi.

         Khadi stands for Indian culture and represents a way of life as well as a model for economic development of Indian villages.

Khadi fabrics are woven on handloom from cotton, silk, and woollen yarn, which are hand spun. It is natural and durable and is ideal to wear in the tropical Indian climate as it provides cool comfort. They are friendly to the body and don’t cause any allergies or irritations.

The production of Khadi fabric is a labour intensive process as all the processes are done manually. The yarn is produced from the natural cotton by conventional methods using charka.

The pure cotton collected from cotton farms are first ginned and made into rolls of bales of 160-175 kgs. These bales are then converted into rowing. The Rowing thus obtained are distributed to different spinning units. In the spinning units, the cotton fibre is converted into yarns manually by using charkas. The yarns are then woven into fabrics using handlooms. These fabrics are sold and are also used for making garments.

The dedicated effort of many rural men and women goes in the making of Khadi. It is widely preferred by young and old alike and has recently become a new fashion statement in the sub-continent. Besides being comfortable and eco-friendly, Khadi fabrics are elegant and come in various attractive designs. Khadi occupies a pre-eminent position among the fabric industries in the country. Today in textile sector the main sub-sectors are Khadi and textile mills.

Khadi Rebate Scheme

Khadi is hand spun and hand woollen Cloth made by around a million Traditional rural artisans, Hand spun and hand woven characteristic is the unique selling Proposition of Khadi Government of India has been providing Sales promotional Assistance, Properly known as rebate on the retail sale value of khadi in order to facilitate the product to complete with other Textile products in the market.

The rebate scheme provides discount on Khadi and Polyvastra at retail point. It has two components VIZ. normal and special. Normal rebate is extended at flat Rate of 10% throughout the year on Khadi items except reeled silk. Special rebate is extended at a rate of 10% on all Khadi items for 108 days, coinciding with local festival, in a year in addition to normal rebate.

Normal rebate as well as special rebate on Khadi and Khadi selected items as per details given below.

Sr. No. Name of Items Normal Rebate Special rebate for 108 Days
  Cotton Khadi 10% 10%
  Woollen Khadi
(including Kambals & Kamblies)
10% 10%
  Silk Khadi (spun) 10% 10%
  Polyvastra 10% 10%

The Payment of rebate will be governed by the following conditions.

1. The institution should hold valid khadi certification & the name of all sales outlets must in variable be reflected in the certificate.
2. The institution must be affiliated with the KVIC or the State KVIB for financial & technical assistance to produce, Trade are sell are promote Khadi.
3. The sales targets of the institution concerned for the year are to be approved by the standing finance committee of KVIC or KVIB before payment are made.
4. The reimbursement of rebate will be regulated by the decision of the commission as applicable to category A, B & C in so for as Khadi institutions are concerned.
5. The rebate shall be allowed only at the sales centres run by the Khadi & Village Industries Commission. The KVIB and also the sales centre run by registered institution, which are engaged in production of Khadi/Polyvastra. No rebate claim shall be entertained from another sales Counters/Centres.
6. The Rebate on sales of Khadi & Khadi related items & Polyvastra will be paid to Government Department, undertaking Co-oprative & other autonomous bodies under the administrative control of the state Government or Government of India.
7. All trading institution that are engaged only in marketing of Khadi (respective of category awarded) would be given the rebate only after they have been subjected to an Audit. However it may be insured that there is no double payment of rebate.
8. There will be no rebate on exports.

OLD SCHEME

Pattern Base:-

The main programme of Haryana Khadi & V.I. Board is to advance loan for the development of Khadi and Village Industries in the State. Upto 94-95 loans were granted on the basis of KVIC approved pattern. The funds for loan were provided by Khadi and V.I. Commission through Khadi and V.I. Board at the interest rate of 4% per annum for Village Industries and interest free loan was being granted to Khadi Industry. Upto 1994-95, Rs. 4237.00 lacs have been disbursed to 37510 industrial units set-up in the State.

CBC Scheme:-

            KVIC introduced CBC Scheme which was remained in operation from 01.04.1995 to 31.03.2002. Under this scheme project upto Rs. 25.00 lakhs could be established in rural areas. Subsidy is granted at the rate of 25 % of the total project cost upto Rs.10.00 lakhs and at the rate of 10 % above Rs. 10.00 lakhs. The rate of interest charged on the loan sanctioned in this scheme is an average of five leading bank’s lending rates. A total fund of Rs. 1496.00 lakhs to 257 units was disbursed under this scheme.

REGP Scheme:-

            In 1996, KVIC introduced a new Scheme also namely REGP. The loan under this scheme is sanctioned upto Rs. 25.00 lakhs in Rural Area for establishing Village Industries. Board has made exemplary progress in the last few years under REGP Scheme. During 2006-07 it get the first position in the country under REGP Scheme. The year wise achievement are follows:-

S. No.

Year

Projects Financed

Margin Money (Grant) released by the board

No.

Cost of Projects (Rs.)

Employment

1.

1999-2000

 174

      1402.13

      4252

     127.20

2.

2000-2001

142

        807.74

      2005

       78.25

3.

2001-2002

327

      2776.56

      4517

     210.55

4.

2002-2003

685

       4805.03

      7753

    290.03

5.

2003-2004

193

       1156.58

      1939

    876.43

6.

2004-2005

301

       1737.96

      3118

    540.00

7.

2005-2006

515

       3960.04

      6451

  1036.00

8.

2006-2007

674

       5369.30

    19591

 1222.12

9.

2007-2008

803

     6454.06

22105

1527.56

As on today following schemes are being implemented by the Khadi & V.I. Board.

KHADI
            Khadi evokes a sense of Nationalism, Peace, and Simplicity among Indians as it is closely associated with India’s freedom movement led by Mahatma Gandhi.
            Khadi stands for Indian culture and represents a way of life as well as a model for economic development of Indian villages.
            Khadi fabrics are woven on handloom from cotton, silk, and woollen yarn, which are hand spun. It is natural and durable and is ideal to wear in the tropical Indian climate as it provides cool comfort. They are friendly to the body and don’t cause any allergies or irritations.
            The production of Khadi fabric is a labour intensive process as all the processes are done manually. The yarn is produced from the natural cotton by conventional methods using charka.
            The pure cotton collected from cotton farms are first ginned and made into rolls of   bales of 160-175 kgs. These bales are then converted into rowing. The Rowing thus obtained are distributed to different spinning units. In the spinning units, the cotton fibre is converted into yarns manually by using charkas. The yarns are then woven into fabrics using handlooms.  These fabrics are sold and are also used for making garments.
            The dedicated effort of many rural men and women goes in the making of Khadi. It is widely preferred by young and old alike and has recently become a new fashion statement in the sub-continent. Besides being comfortable and eco-friendly, Khadi fabrics are elegant and come in various attractive designs. Khadi occupies a pre-eminent position among the fabric industries in the country. Today in textile sector the main sub-sectors are Khadi and textile mills.

Khadi Rebate Scheme

Khadi is hand spun and hand woollen Cloth made by around a million Traditional rural artisans, Hand spun and hand woven characteristic is the unique selling Proposition of Khadi Government of India has been providing Sales promotional Assistance, Properly known as rebate on the retail sale value of khadi in order to facilitate the product to complete with other Textile products in the market.
            The rebate scheme provides discount on Khadi and Polyvastra at retail point. It has two components VIZ.  normal and special. Normal rebate is extended at flat Rate of 10% throughout the year on Khadi items except reeled silk. Special rebate is extended at a rate of 10% on all Khadi items for 108 days, coinciding with local festival, in a year in addition to normal rebate.
            Normal rebate as well as special rebate on Khadi and Khadi selected items as per details given below.


Sr. No.

Name of Items

Normal Rebate

Special rebate for 108 Days

1

Cotton Khadi

10%

10%

2

Woollen Khadi
(including Kambals & Kamblies)

10%

10%

3

Silk Khadi (spun)

10%

10%

4

Polyvastra

10%

10%

            The Payment of rebate will be  governed by the following conditions.

  1. The institution should hold valid khadi certification & the name of all sales outlets must in variable be reflected in the certificate.
  2. The institution must be affiliated with the KVIC or the State KVIB for financial & technical assistance to produce, Trade are sell are promote Khadi.
  3. The sales targets of the institution concerned for the year are to be approved by the standing finance committee of KVIC or KVIB before payment are made.
  4. The reimbursement of rebate will be regulated by the decision of the commission as applicable to category A, B & C in so for as Khadi institutions are concerned.
  5. The rebate shall be allowed only at the sales centres run by the Khadi & Village Industries Commission. The KVIB and also the sales centre run by registered institution, which are engaged in production of Khadi/Polyvastra. No rebate claim shall be entertained from another sales Counters/Centres.
  6. The Rebate on sales of Khadi & Khadi related items & Polyvastra will be paid to Government Department, undertaking Co-oprative  & other autonomous bodies under the administrative control of the state Government or Government of India.
  7. All trading institution that are engaged only in marketing of Khadi (respective of category awarded) would be given the rebate only after they have been subjected to an Audit. However it may be insured that there is no double payment of rebate.
  8. There will be no rebate on exports.

 


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