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National Technical Textile Mission: a NGO working for advancement of technical textile.

The National Technical Textiles Mission was approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) with the goal of making India a global leader in technical textiles.  We’ll go through the mission’s objectives, as well as its components and structure, in detail in this article. The National Technical Textiles Mission is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of technical textiles.

The following are some key details concerning the National Technical Textiles Mission:

  • The establishment of this mission has been approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), which is chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • From FY 2020-21 through FY 2023-24, the Mission would be operational for four years.
  • The authorities have decided on a total budget of Rs 1480 crore for this project.
  • In the Ministry of Textiles, a Mission Directorate will be functioning.
  • The President of India has named Mr Nihar Ranjan Dash as the Mission Coordinator for the National Technical Textiles Mission.
  • The mission was established as part of the Indian government’s Make in India strategy.

The National Technical Textiles Mission’s objectives are as follows:

  • The main goal is for India to achieve the top global ranking in Technical Textiles.
  • The goal of this mission is to increase the penetration of technological textiles in the country. It’s also worth noting that India’s penetration of technology textiles is low, at 5-10%, compared to 30-70% in advanced countries.
  • The government wants to expand the global market for Indian technological textiles.
  • It has also been broken into four components to simplify the mission’s objectives.
  • The mission will concentrate on the use of technology textiles in the country’s flagship missions and programmes, as well as vital sectors.

It will be implemented for four years, beginning in 2020-2021, and will consist of four components. –

  • The first component: With a budget of Rs 1,000 crores, will focus on research, development, and innovation. Geo, agro, medical, sports, and mobile textiles, as well as the development of biodegradable technical textiles, will be the focus of the research. The development of indigenous machinery and process equipment will also be a subject of research.
  • The second component: Will be for the promotion and growth of the technical textiles market.
  • Third Component: It will focus on export promotion in order to increase technical textile exports from Rs 14,000 crores to Rs 20,000 crores by 2021-2022 and maintain a 10% annual growth rate until the Mission is completed. A technical textiles export promotion council will be established.
  • Fourth component: Education, training, and skill development will be the fourth component. The Mission is to promote technical education in technical textiles and their applications at higher engineering and technology levels.

Eligibility criteria:

  1. Sc. (Maths/Statistics), MBA, M.comm. qualified students Senior Consultant M.Sc. (Maths/Statistics), MBA, M.comm. qualified students
  2. 5 years of experience in the field
  3. As of 1.08.2020, you must be between the ages of 21 and 65.
  4. Up until the 31st of March 2024, you must be employed.
  5. Based on an interview, hired on a contract basis.

Specialist or Consultant (Scientific Research)

  1. A master’s degree in agriculture, physics, materials science, and chemistry.
  2. As of 1.08.2020, you must have 5 years of relevant experience and be between the ages of 21 and 65.

For further details visit https://www.godigit.com/guides/government-schemes/national-technical-textiles-mission-nttm

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