Textile industry will run again in Kanpur, lakhs of people will get employment, know- how will it be possible

Yogi has sent a proposal to the Ministry of Textiles to set up 2 textile parks in the state.

New Textile industry will provide Employment to one and a half to two lakh workers.

Mega Cluster Textile Park Kanpur Project. This mega park build on one thousand acres will have units from sewing to manufacturing. Chief Secretary Rama Raman said that the Mega Cluster Textile Park will build on one thousand acres of land.

Mega Cluster Textile Park Kanpur Project Kanpur, formerly called Manchester, will once again dominate the textile industry.

One of the seven mega cluster textile parks build across the country will build in Kanpur.

Yogi Adityanath has sent a proposal to the Ministry of Textiles to set up 2 textile parks in the state.

Chief Minister Yogi has sent a proposal to Ministry of Textiles to set up two textile parks in the state. Explain that another such park will also develope in Gorakhpur.

This information has provided by Additional Chief Secretary Rama Raman of Handloom and Textile Industries Department at Yupika Bhavan.

He was presenting his ideas during the Samarth Scheme for Capacity Building for Textile Sector Training Program on Thursday.

This will be the shape of Kanpur’s Mega Cluster Textile Park
Chief Secretary Rama Raman said that the Mega Cluster Textile Park will build on one thousand acres of land.

Textile industry will provide Employment to one and a half to two lakh workers.

This will provide employment to one and a half to two lakh workers and workers. The central government has planned a total of 10 thousand crores to build seven mega parks.

Kanpur’s association with the textile industry is very old, so there is no dearth of skilled people here. In the mega textile cluster, all the skills related to making garments will be from sewing-embroidery to making products.

The state government will soon implement this after the Integrated Textile Park prepare under the new textile policy.

UPika Managing Director Govind Raju NS, Joint Managing Director KP Verma and other officers and employees were present.

Have mobile in one hand, keep laptop in the other

Chief Secretary said that officers of UPika and Handloom Department should leave old practice

prepare a framework for training with technology. It should also be their responsibility to get jobs after training.

For this, you can enter into agreements with various industry associations in the city. Do not create a file on a file.

but keep mobile in one hand and laptop in other, make plans and edit work.

He said that retired employees

who have not received their benefits for the last 10 years, can get all the benefits in this financial year. Work has started in this direction.

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