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|Anantapuramu District One District One Product|
This garment industry plays a significant role in employment generation, directly and indirectly providing livelihoods to around 50,000 people. Following agriculture, jeans production stands as the second largest employment avenue in the region, making Rayadurg a semi-urban area with a high concentration of skilled manpower. It is worth noting that nearly every household in Rayadurg is involved in some aspect of jeans manufacturing, such as cutting, stitching, dyeing, ironing, and packing. In essence, the entire town operates as one large production line.The workforce in this jeans manufacturing hub consists predominantly of women, comprising 60-70 percent of the total workforce. Many of these women hail from Rayadurg and nearby villages. The jeans manufactured in Rayadurg are supplied to various branded jeans companies and malls in Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai etc as well as being exported to other parts of the country. Noted branded companies often choose to outsource their work orders to Rayadurg due to the region’s expertise in jeans production.
ONE DISTRICT ONE PRODUCT INITIATIVE:
The recognition of Rayadurgam town as the Cotton and Jean Cluster highlights the significant role it plays in the garment industry. With every household involved in some aspect of jeans manufacturing, such as cutting, stitching, dyeing, ironing, and packing, it showcases the town’s dedication and expertise in this field.
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By providing infrastructure facilities and training programs, the government aims to create a conducive environment for the garment industry to thrive in Rayadurgam. This support helps in improving the efficiency of the production processes and contributes to the overall growth and success of the Cotton and Jean Cluster.
DETAILS OF DISTRICT NODAL OFFICER:
District Handlooms and Textiles Officer, Ananthapuramu District
Contact Number : 8008705734
HANDLOOMS AND TEXTILES DEPARTMENT
District Industries Officer, DIC, Anantapuramu.
Sri. S.Basavaraju, Development Officer, (H&T), Anantapuramu
Sri. Sivashankar Reddy, Manager, Textile park, Rayadurg.
DEDICATED HELP LINE / ALL CENTRE/SUPPORT DESK FOR ODOP
Industrial Promotional Officer,
O/o the District Industries Officer, Anantapuramu.
LIST OF ACTIVITIES BEING UNDERTAKEN BY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION UNDER ODOP INITIATIVE
DETAILS OF ODOP SENSITISATION WORKSHOPS BEING CONDUCTED FOR CURRENT STAKEHOLDRS AND NEXT GENERATION
During the awareness program, participants were educated about the advantages of a CETP, which allows multiple entrepreneurs to collectively treat and process effluents generated from their respective units. By pooling resources and sharing the costs of treatment, entrepreneurs can significantly reduce their expenses on transport and dyeing charges.
The program highlighted the key features and benefits of the IPDS and CETP, including improved waste management, cost savings, compliance with environmental regulations, and the promotion of sustainable practices. Entrepreneurs were provided with detailed information on the process of establishing a CETP, including the necessary steps, guidelines, and support available from the government.
By organizing this awareness program, the government aimed to encourage entrepreneurs to adopt environmentally friendly and cost-effective practices through the establishment of a CETP. This initiative is expected to contribute to the sustainable growth of the garment industry in Rayadurgam while minimizing the environmental impact and financial burden on individual entrepreneurs.
|1||Sri. D.Sivashnakar Reddy,Manager, Textile Park, Rayadurg||9985247130|
|2||Smt. Geetha, Trainer in Garmenting, Rayadurg||9177942796|
|3||Sri. Hemanth,Master Trainer & Technical Support||9110750872|
DETAILS OF ACCOUNT HOLDERS OF ALL TRANSACTIONS (SALES):
|S.No.||Applicant ID||Applicant Name||Unit Address||Category||Activity||Project Cost||MM||Name of the Bank||Financing Branch IFSC CODE||Account Number|
|1||DIAP212095- 10368884||Kurakula Shivashankara||1 Gummaghatta Dist:ANANTHAPUR Pin:515863||General||Readymade Garments||950000||APGB||APGB0001018||91159634869|
|2||DIAP212095- 10432271||ERIKULA SUDHA||# 11-337,GOVT HOSPITAL BACKSIDE, ARAVIND NAGAR,ANANTAPUR||ST||Readymade Garments||2500000||237500||Bank of Baroda||BARB0ANAPOL||24240600005613′|
|3||DIAP212095- 10219088||BALA JAYAPRADA||D.NO.4-1168-B, NANDAMURI NAGAR , PAPAMPETA||OBC||Readymade Garments||500000||625000||Bank of Baroda||BARB0VJANPU||75350600005725′|
|4||DIAP212095- 10427835||YALLANNA GARI VENKATA LAKSHMI||15-279-1 TALUKA OFFICE BACK SIDE WARD NO 15 TADIPATRI||OBC||Readymade Garments||530000||175000||Canara Bank||CNRB0013121||3341108000319′|
|5||DIAP212095- 10400530||R.LAKSHMI DEVI||# 2-10,B C COLONY,OBULAPURA M, ANANTAPUR||OBC||Readymade Garments||1000000||350000||Canara Bank||CNRB0013157||170005053718|
|6||DIAP212095- 10225146||Vannappa Gari RavindraReddy||3-80 B C COLONY Rayadurg||General||Readymade Garments||2499023||624756||Canara Bank||CNRB0013165||170004725130|
|7||DIAP212095- 10221025||KOLIMI BASHEER||6-73 BC Colony Kalugodu Rayadurg||Minor ity||Readymade Garments||999995||Canara Bank||CNRB0013165||–|
|8||DIAP222095- 10473111||D ASHOK KUMAR REDDY||12-2-536, NEAR YELLAMMA TEMPLE, ASHOK NAGAR MAIN ROAD, ANANTHAPUR||General||Readymade Garments||1000000||349998||Indian Bank||IOBA0001281||128103708000147|
|9||DIAP222095- 10582844||GOTTE PAVITRA||R.NO:5 OGETY COMPLEX, GVP COLONY, TADIPATRI||SC||Readymade Garments||1000000||SBI||SBIN0000923||41348239197|
|10||DIAP18192095- 8093522||SAKE LAXMIDEVI||SIDDARAMPURAM VILLAGE B.K SAMUDRAM MANDAL||SC||Readymade Garments||600000||350000||SBI||SBIN0006108||39592109378|
|11||DIAP19202095- 9234699||BOYA BABU||1/1460, Chakali Veedhi, PAMIDI (M), ANANTHAPUR||OBC||Readymade Garments||300000||210000||SBI||SBIN0013164||39896447766|
|12||DIAP212095- 10229538||MUDE OBULAMMA||GANNEVARIPALLI COLONY TADIPATRI Dist:ANANTHAPUR Pin:515411||ST||Readymade Garments||500000||75000||Union Bank of India||UBIN0931128||311226050000002|
MENTORSHIP SUPPORT AVAILABLE
- Entrepreneurs were guided on the procurement of high-quality raw materials, including cloth, zips, and various types of threads, from reliable sources such as Rajasthan, Ahmadabad, Surat, and Coimbatore. These regions are known for their expertise in manufacturing and supplying raw materials for the garment industry. By procuring materials from these reputable sources, entrepreneurs could ensure the quality and durability of their products.
- Emphasis was placed on the importance of using quality vegetable dyes and suitable packing materials in the garment manufacturing process. Vegetable dyes are preferred for their eco-friendly nature and non-toxic properties, contributing to sustainable and environmentally conscious practices. Additionally, the use of appropriate packing materials ensures that the finished garments are protected during transportation and maintain their quality until they reach the customers.
- Efforts were made to identify skilled labor and provide suitable job placements in garment units. Recognizing the significance of skilled workers in the garment industry, initiatives were undertaken to assess and identify individuals with relevant skills and experience. This facilitated the placement of skilled laborers in various garment units, ensuring that the workforce possessed the necessary expertise to contribute effectively to the production processes.
- By focusing on the procurement of quality raw materials, utilizing suitable dyes and packing materials, and ensuring the availability of skilled labor, the aim was to enhance the overall quality and competitiveness of the garments produced in Rayadurgam. These initiatives aimed to support entrepreneurs in maintaining high standards in their products and fostering the growth and sustainability of the garment industry in the region.
FUNDING SUPPORT AVAILABLE :
By facilitating access to subsidized loans and encouraging entrepreneurs to avail themselves of the incentives offered by the government, the aim was to provide a conducive environment for business growth and promote the success of entrepreneurs in Rayadurgam. These initiatives aimed to support entrepreneurs in overcoming financial barriers and maximizing their potential for growth and success in the garment industry.
DETAILS OF RULES, REGULATIONS, ACTS, GOVERNMENT SCHEMES INTRODUCED OR AMMENDED TO PROFILE IN THE ODOP INITIATIVE IN THE DISTRICT:
By incorporating the provisions of these Acts, the government aims to create a conducive and responsible business environment in Rayadurgam. Entrepreneurs and businesses are expected to comply with these laws and regulations to ensure the well-being of workers, protect the environment, and uphold ethical and fair labor practices. Compliance with these Acts not only promotes social responsibility but also enhances the reputation and sustainability of businesses in the long run.
DETAILS OF QUALITY ASSURANCE LABS/CERTIFICATION LABS/PROCESSING UNITS/QUALITY INFRASTRUCTURE WITH CONTACT DETAILS:
The following processing units offer dyeing and washing services, contributing to the garment manufacturing industry in and around Rayadurgam town.
M/s.Sree dyeing unit, Nethaji Road, Rayadurg.
Prop Sri. Ramesh : 9052835677
M/s. Suresh dyeing unit, Nethaji Road, Rayadurg.
M/s.SRR Washing unit, Kanekla Road,Rayadurg.
Prop. Sri. Avish Prasad.:6302529660.
DETAILS OF DEPARTMENT PROVIDING INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT TO BENEFICIARIES AVAILING SUPPORT UNDER ODOP INITIATIVE:
Training programs focused on Zuki Machines in garmenting are organized for rural unemployed women. These programs are arranged by the Park Administrator of the Textile Park in Rayadurgam. The objective is to equip rural women with the necessary skills and knowledge to operate Zuki Machines effectively. Additionally, the Textile Park facilitates placements for these trained women in various garment units, providing them with employment opportunities.
The Industries Department is responsible for processing applications to claim subsidies provided under the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP). These subsidies aim to support and promote entrepreneurship and small-scale industries in Rayadurgam. The Industries Department reviews and assesses the applications submitted by eligible individuals or enterprises and facilitates the disbursement of subsidies accordingly.