Uke was addressing the workshop organised by The Textile Association India- Vidarbha (TAI) and Indian Textile Accessories and Machinery Manufactures Association (ITAMMA) in Nagpur. He was the chief guest at the event.
The textile industry can also try to connect with universities and other educational institutes to promote innovations and help the sector, according to the principal secretary.
A panel discussion was held on the topic 'Creating ecosystem for innovation and technology development' and things like consumer needs, machine availability and product costing were also discussed at the workshop.
Kishor Khaitan, president, ITAMMA and a panelist, said that India lacks an ecosystem for innovations and textile manufacturers should give innovators an opportunity. (KD)
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