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Nonfunctional Sonepur spinning mill of Subarnapur district

Following report is from The Samaj:

July 31, 2010 at 6:52 am Leave a comment

About National Rural Development Council (NRDC), Subarnapur district

Following is some information from its home page: 

Empowering rural people, Artisans to recognize their potential, capacity to act to improve economic status, living standards and social injustices have been the manifesto of NRDC since inception i.e. 1994. A developmental wave has created for rural poor artisans SHGs of Subarnapur and adjacent district by NRDC. When we retrospect our work of more than a decade it gives us immense pleasure by seeing the growth of our artisans.
 
 
Registration :
 
NRDC has been registered under society registration act 1860 on 2nd January 1995 having No.-51/59.
 
Organisation Value :
 
Social Responsibility
Convergence
Facilitating Market
Appropriate Technology Transfer
Skill and Product Development
 
Operational Area :
 
NRDC has been working in Subarnapur KBK district along with adjecent Boudh, Bolangir and Deogarh district of Orissa. The target people are specially women SHGs groups, Rural artisan, Craftsman, Weavers, unemployed youths.
 
Mission & Vision :
 
NRDC has set a vision of facilitating livelihood for rural artisans with a holistic approach, which includes capacity building and sustainable development concepts.
 
 
  Revival of Languishing Craft.
 
Coverage of artisan under Janashree Bima Yojana and Rajiv Gandhi Shilpi Swasthya Bima Yojana to Provide Social Security.
 
Facilitating market.
 
Design & Technical assistance to the artisan for better quality production.
 
Construction of Workshed for poor & needy artisan of Subarnapur District. for all weather Production.
 
Appropriate     technology   transfer
Skill and product development.
 
Convergence
 
Executive Board :
 
Sl. No. Name Designation
1. Rama Chandra Mishra
S/o- Dukhishyam Mishra 
At – Jhar Bolangir
Po – Bubel  
Dist – Bolangir
Mob.- 919938416775
Chairman
2. Gopinath Meher
S/o – Kapil Meher
At/Po – Chadaipank
Dist- Subarnapur
Mob -919937769915
Vice- Chairman
3. Pradip Ku. Mohapatra
S/o- Shyam Sundar Mohapatra
At -Lehedi, Po-Dharmasala
Dist – Subarnapur
Mob – 9194371 51893
Member Secretary
4. Rajesh Ku. Mishra
S/o – Binod Bihari Mishra
Bhagawati Colony, Sonepur
Dist – Subarnapur
Ph- 916654 220694
Asst. Secretary
5. Ashok Ku. Mishra
S/o – Late Suramani Mishra
LIC Colony, Sonepur
Dist – Subarnapur
Ph- 916654 220280
Treasurer
6. Niranjan Meher
S/o- Narayan Meher
At- Kendupali, Po- Kamalpur
Dist – Subarnapur
Mob – 919937809360
Director
7. Laxman Meher
S/o- Kampala Meher
At- Rathisahi, Po- Birmaharajpur
Dist – Subarnapur
Mob – 919938318180
Director
8. Bhubaneswar Rana
S/o- Chintamani Rana
At- Kuibahal, Po- Mahada
Dist – Subarnapur
Mob – 919937500324
Director
9. Gokula Jhara
S/o- Sangobinda Jhara
At- Jampali, Po- Singhijuba
Dist – Subarnapur
Ph – 916653215859
Director
10. Smt. Baigani Jhara
W/o- Gokula Jhara 
At-Jampali, Po- Singhijuba
Dist – Subarnapur
Ph – 916653215678
Director
 

May 9, 2010 at 10:08 am Leave a comment

Odisha Govt. okays five-year perspective plan for the handloom and textile sector

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

The State Government on Friday finalised a five-year perspective plan for the handloom and textile sector. It put stress on the welfare of the weavers and giving marketing linkage to their products.

A decision to this effect was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik at the State Secretariat.

About Rs 182.73 crore would be spent in these sectors in the next five years.

It was decided that emphasis would be given on the disbursement of loans to the weavers. More Women Self-Help Group would be involved in all these programmes. Handloom culture would be set up. Discussions were also held on creating a pension fund for those weavers who have already crossed 60 years.

In a bid to provide the necessary raw material to the weavers, he said 353 common facility centres would come up across the State with an investment of Rs 11.80 crore.

Steps would be taken to invite more investment in the field of handloom and textiles

January 30, 2010 at 7:53 pm Leave a comment


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