These are - The Social Objective - Providing employment in rural areas The Economic Objective - Providing saleable articles The Wider Objective - Creating self-reliance amongst people and building up a strong rural community spirit.
Parel Khadi is a controversial subject. Easy through the non-violent way is in many respects, it is very difficult in many others. Recently, the finance ministry has asked the micro, small and medium enterprises ministry to redraw its rebate scheme for Khadi and village industries. The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Furthermore, it has asked the MSME ministry to redesign the scheme in a manner that it should benefit the artisan and not the seller, which has been the case so far" With regard to this, A proposal received from the Commission for introducing Market Development Assistance as a possible alternative to Rebate on Sale is being considered by the Government.
Other expenditures under this head are: Funds are provided mainly by a way of Grants and Loans. It vitally touches the life of every single Indian, makes him feel aglow with the possession of the power of that has lain hidden within himself, and makes him proud of his identity with every drop of the ocean of Indian humanity.
It was introduced in May to mobilise funds from banking institutions to fill the gap in the actual fund requirement and its availability from budgetary sources. That is to say that, instead of a half a dozen cities of India and Great Britain living on the exploitation and the ruin of avillages in India, the latter will be largely self-contained, and will voluntarily serve the cities of India and even the outside world in so far as it benefits both the parties.
Objectives of the Commission[ edit ] The Commission has three main objectives  which guide its functioning. Each industry will take the labour of only a certain number of hands. Moreover, Khadi mentality means decentralization of production and distribution of the necessaries of life.
Implementation of Schemes and Programs[ edit ] The process of Implementation of schemes and programs starts at the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises which is the administrative head of the programs. The raw materials may be cotton, silk, or wool, which are spun into threads on a charkha a traditional spinning implement.
Another advantage of Khadi and Village Industries is that they require little or no capital to set up, thereby making them an economically viable option for the rural poor.
These are spread all over India. Khadi was launched in as a political weapon in the Swadeshi movement of Mahatma Gandhi. The commission seeks to achieve these objectives by implementing and monitoring various schemes and programs.
Here I want to show what every Congressman, and for that matter every Indian, can do to advance the cause of Khadi. Plan and Non — Plan.
Normal rebate 10 per cent all through the year and an additional special rebate 10 per cent for days in a year, is given to the customers. They cannot exist without Khadi, and Khadi will be robbed of its dignity without them. It connotes the beginning of economic freedom and equality of all in the country.
Let everyone try, and he or she will find out for himself or herself the truth of what I am saying. This non-violence is not the inanity for which we have mistaken it through all these long ages; it is the most potent force as yet known to mankind and on which its very existence is dependent.
I do not propose to argue the case for Khadi in this brief survey. This needs a revolutionary change in the mentality and tastes of many. The products are also sold internationally through exhibitions arranged by the commission. In the wake of industrialisationand the mechanisation of almost all processes, Khadi and Village industries are suited like no other to a labour surplus country like India.
However, only members producing Khadi or Polyvastra a type of Khadi are eligible for this scheme. Khadi must be taken with all its implications. Many people think that in advocating Khadi I am sailing against a headwind and am sure to sink the ship of the Swaraj and that I am taking the country to the dark ages.
Grants[ edit ] A major part of the Khadi grant is being utilised for the payment of sales rebate, which is considered a promotional expenditure. It is that force which I have tried to present to the Congress and through it to the world.
Khadi poly is spun in Gujarat and Rajasthan while HaryanaHimachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir karnataka are known for the woolen variety. Village economy cannot be complete without the essential village industries such as hand-grinding, hand pounding, soap-making, paper-making, match-making, tanning, oil-pressing, etc.
At present the developmental programmes of the commission are executed through, registered institutions, 30, Cooperative societies  and aboutpeople. Its view is that the "ministry should approach the plan commission and not seek year-to-year extension of the scheme. These industries come in as a handmaid to Khadi.
Other Village industries These stands on a different footing from Khadi. When we have become village minded, we will not want limitations of the West or machine-made products, but we will develop a true national taste in keeping with the vision of a new India in which pauperism, starvation and idleness will be unknown.
Rebate Scheme[ edit ] The rebate on sales of Khadi and Khadi products is made available by the Government so as to make the price of Khadi and Khadi products competitive with other textiles.PROFILE OF KHADI AND VILLAGE INDUSTRIES COMMISSION AND KERALA KHADI AND VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BOARD Formation Khadi sector and there are twenty Directorates to implement and monitor in the formulation of policies and finding solutions to problems relating to different aspects of implementation.
The major. Village Industries Commission (KVIC) was created by an Act of Parliament to plan, promote and organise their systematic development and expansion.
While the output and employment of Khadi and Village Industries have grown. Village Industry any industry located in a rural area producing goods or renders service in which per head investment of an artisan or worker does not exceed Rs.
Lakhs in plain area and Rs. Lakhs in Hilly Area. This website belongs to Khadi & Village Industries Commission. The Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) is a statutory body formed by the Government of India, under the Act of Parliament, 'Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act of '.
WELCOME TO KHADI TAMILNADU. Tamilnadu has tremendous employment opportunities in rural Industries. To tap this potential and to provide employment opportunities in rural areas, the Tamilnadu Khadi and Village Industries Board was formed in April under the Tamilnadu Khadi and Village Industries Board Act, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) is a statutory body created by an Act of Parliament (No.
61 of as amended by Act No. 12 of ). It was and providing facilities for the study of the problems relating to the same. It also promotes the use of non-conventional energy, bio-fertilizer and other organic.Download