Industries & Negative List

HARYANA KHADI & VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BOARD

Haryana Government established the Haryana Khadi & Village Industries Board by issuing a Notification dated 1-2-1969 Under Section 3(1) of the Punjab Khadi and Village Industries Board Act 1955. The Board consists of not more than 15 members
(6 Government and 9 Non-Government) including Chairman, Chief Executive, Secretary, Joint Secretary
.

1.Role and Function

Board plays a vital role to carry the KVICs programme and in the strengthening of the rural economy by promoting and developing Khadi and Village Industries in rural area.

The objectives of the Board include skill improvement, employment generation in rural area, transfer of technology, rural industrialization, promoting self-reliance among the people and to build up a strong rural community base.

Redundant These :-

i) To provide financing of eligible Borrowers through different Banks.

ii) To provide the training of persons employed or desirous if seeking employment in KVI Sector.

iii) Development in Khadi and Village Industries Sector.

iv) Promotion of sale and marketing of Khadi and Village Industries products.

2. Object

Social Object : Providing employment.

Economic object : Producing saleable articles.

Wider object : Creating self-reliance amongst rural people and building up of a strong rural community spirit.

3. Industries

(i) Khadi

Khadi means any cloth woven on hand loom in India from Cotton, silk or woollen yarn hand spun in India or from a mixture of any two or all of such yarns.

(ii) Village Industry

“Village Industry” means any industry (Excluding Negative list) located in Rural Area which produces any goods or renders any service with or without the use of Power and in which fixed investment per head of any artisan or a worker does not exceed Rs. 1,00,000/-.

4. Rural Area

Rural Area” means:

  1. Any Area classified as Village as per the revenue records of the State/UT irrespective of population.

ii) It also includes an area even if classified as town, provided its population does not exceed 20000 (as per 1991 Census).

5. (Programme)

i). Pattern of Financial Assistance (KVIC Funds)

1969&70 to 1994&95 rd ykxwA

ii). Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate

1987&88 ls fujUrj (Through Bank)

iii). Consortium Bank Credit

1996-97 to 2001&02 rd

iv). Rural Employment Generation Programme (REGP)

1996&97 ls 2007&08 rd

v). Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP)

2008&09 ls fujUrj

PRIME MINISTER’S EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME

PMEGP a revolutionary decision of the Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India by merging PMRY and REGP schemes for generation of employment opportunities w.e.f. 15th Aug. 2008.

Nodel Agency:

KVIC is the Nodal agency at national level to implement the scheme across the country.

Implementing agencies & Area:

KVIC and KVIBs in rural areas of the country and DICs in both rural and urban areas of the country.

Maximum Project Size:

Rs. 25.00 lakhs for manufacturing sector and Rs. 10.00 lakhs for service sector.

Educational Qualification:

Minimum VIIIth pass for the project cost above Rs. 10.00 lakh under manufacturing sector and above Rs. 5.00 lakh project cost under service sector.

EDP Training:

For manufacturing/service sector projects up to and inclusive of Rs. 5.00 lakhs project cost, EDP duration is 6 working days is mandatory.

For manufacturing/service sector projects with project cost of more than Rs. 5.00 lakhs, the EDP duration of 10 working days is mandatory.

How to Apply:

The scheme will be advertised through print and electronic media. The beneficiary can submit application along with project report at nearest KVIC/KVIB/DIC/Bank offices.

Document required:

Certificate of education qualification, Technical Qualification, Caste Certificate (wherever applicable), EDP Training Certificate (for beneficiaries already undergone).

Selection of Beneficiaries:

Beneficiaries will be selected through interview process by the District Task Force Committee headed by the District Magistrate/Dy. Commissioner/Collector.

Project sanction:

Project will be sanctioned by Financing branches of the Banks as per techno-economic viability.

Amount of Bank Loan

Bank sanctions and release 90-95% loan of the sanctioned project cost for women 95% loan will be given by Bank.

Own Contribution:

10% of the project cost in case of general category and 5% in case of weaker section beneficiaries. 5% contribution/equity of the project cost will be for women.

Govt. Subsidy level under the scheme:

Categories of beneficiaries under

Owner’s Contribution

Rate of Subsidy

(of cost of Project)

Area

Urban

Rural

General

10%

15%

25%

Special (including SC/STs/OBCs/ Minorities/Women, Ex-Servicemen, Physically Handicapped, NER, Hill and Border Areas)

05%

25%

35%

Industry Groups:

Agro & Food Processing Industry, Forest based Industry, Handmade Paper & Fibre; Mineral based Industry; Polymer & Chemical based Industry; Rural Engineering & Bio Technology, Service Industry including Textiles.

Negative List:

  1. Any Industry/business connected with Meat (slaughtered), i.e. processing, canning and/or serving items made of it as food, production/manufacturing or sale of intoxicant items like Beddi/Pan/Cigar/Cigarette etc., any Hotel or Dhaba or sales outlet serving liquor, preparation/producing tobacco as raw materials, tapping of toddy for sale.

  2. Any Industry/business connected with cultivation of crops/plantation like Tea, Coffee, Rubber etc. sericulture (Cocoon rearing), Horticulture, Floriculture. Value addition under these will be allowed under PMEGP.

  3. Any Industry/business connected with Animal Husbandry like pisciculture, Piggery, Poultry, etc.

  4. Manufacturing of Polythene carry bags of less than 20 microns thickness and manufacture of carry bags or containers made of recycled plastic for storing, carrying, dispensing of packaging of food stuff and any other item which causes environment problems.

HARYANAKHADI &VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BORAD

4.22 The Haryana Government established the Haryana Khadi & Village Industries Board by issuing a Notification. Dated 01.02.1969 Under Section 3(1) of the Punjab Khadi and Village Industries Board Act, 1955. The Board plays a vital role to carry the KVICs programme and in promoting and developing Khadi and Village Industries in rural area. The objectives of the Board include skill improvement, employment generation in rural area, transfer of technology, rural industrialization, promoting self-reliance among the people and to build up a strong rural community base. Redundant these:-

i) To provide financing of eligible borrowers through different Banks.

ii) To provide the training of persons employed or desirous if seeking employment in KVI Sector.

iii) Development in Khadi and Village Industries Sector.

iv) Promotion of sale and marketing of Khadi and Village Industries products.

Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme

4.23 The Government of India is implementing a credit linked subsidy programme called Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) for generation of employment opportunities through establishment of micro enterprises in rural as well as urban areas. Board carrying the KVIC’s Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme through Banks with one time Margin

Money Assistance (Subsidy) programme but a compendium of different schemes under KVI Sector. The rate of Margin Money (Subsidy) for projects of maximum cost of Rs. 25 lacs is 25 percent for General Category and as far as weaker section beneficiaries like SC/ST/OBC/ Women/ Physically Handicapped/ Ex. Servicemen and Minority Community etc. are concerned, 35 percent Margin Money (Subsidy) is being provided on maximum project cost upto Rs. 25 lacs.

4.24 During the year 2018-19, targets had been fixed of 570 projects involving margin money of Rs. 1484.25 lacs. Out of this, 658 projects involving Margin Money of Rs. 1684.92 lacs have been achieved. During the year 2019-20, targets has been fixed of 611 projects involving Margin Money of Rs. 1890.96 lacs. Out of this, 393 project involving Margin Money of Rs. 971.57 lacs have been achieved up to 11.02.2020.

Khadi and Village Industries Outlet

An Outlet has been opened
from November 1, 2018 for the sale of products manufactured by the units financed by the Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board, which has been inaugurated by the Hon’ble Industries Minister, Sh. Vipul Goel.

Action is being taken by Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board to open an Outlet in each district of Haryana state. 2nd Outlet opened October 2019 in Jhajjar District.

 

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