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SuShri Kumud Joshi inaugurates Khadi Reforms Workshop
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Apr '10
Chairperson of Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC), Su Shri Kumudben Joshi inaugurated the first National Workshop on Khadi Reform & Development Program at New Delhi, today.

Explaining the importance of the one day workshop to an audience of more than 275 representatives of Khadi Institutions from all parts of the country, she inspired one and all to ensure success of this program.

Asian Development Bank under an ambitious grant to Government of India, has already released the first tranche of US $750 million to ministry of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) and KVIC would be the implementing agency that will revolutionize khadi nationally as well as internationally.

The program aims to revitalize KVIC through strategic and policy level reform and also undertake institutional reforms to enable sustainability of khadi industry of India along with artisan welfare and laying emphasis on traditional village industries.

In his address, Chief Executive Officer of KVIC, Mr JS Mishra informed that, this program would ensure that artisans, spinners, weavers and all connected to the khadi industry would live in and earn with dignity, as well as raise their economic status.

The one day workshop saw presentations by KVIC offcials in technical sessions with interactive participation from khadi institutional representatives enthusiastically participating in it. More such kinds of successful workshops are in offing in the near future.

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