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India's NPC to evaluate power loom schemes' performance

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Dec '19
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India’s National Productivity Council (NPC) will undertake a study to assess the performance of four power loom sector schemes from April 2017 to March 2020 to help the government improve future schemes and achieve better outcomes for the sector by identifying existing gaps. The study would focus on detailed field-level interactions with central agencies.

The field study would be conducted through structured questionnaire and checklists at the cluster level on a pan-India basis, the office of the textile commissioner said.

The four schemes whose performance will be evaluated are PowerTex India, Converged Group Insurance, Revised Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development and North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme that are in place till March 2020, a news agency reported.

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