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    Comprehensive Handlooms Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)


    6. FUNDING PATTERN

    6.1 Assistance under the CHCDS will be available for implementation of various activities as outlined in the Detailed Project Report (DPR), except that the grant will not be available for purchase of land.

    6.2 Provision of funds, over and above the limit of Rs. 70.00 crore under the CHCDS, from other schemes of the GOI and State Government would be subject to compliance with the guidelines of the respective scheme/s.

    Note: The components covered under the scheme are illustrative only and every mega cluster will be developed to suit the specific requirements. The Project Approval & Monitoring Committee (PAMC) will decide on merits the inclusion or otherwise of the components in each project on cluster to cluster basis.


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    Comprehensive Handlooms Cluster Development Scheme (CHCDS)


    7. IMPLEMENTATION METHODOLOGY & FRAMEWORK

    7.1 A project of this nature, which is need based, multi stakeholder driven, holistic and outcome oriented, would require institutional structure and processes that are capable and conducive to achieving the objectives of the program.

    7.2 Ministry of Textiles will select Cluster Management & Technical Agency (CMTA) for the said two clusters through competitive bidding system for undertaking a detailed diagnostic study of the target clusters in order to identify the needs, gaps and also developing base line reference data and preparation of a Detailed Project Report (DPR), covering infrastructural, technical, financial, institutional and implementation aspects based on the diagnostic study.

    7.3 This DPR would clearly establish the expected outcomes of each of the interventions, which are measurable. Validation of the findings of the diagnostic study and the DPR by the key stakeholders of the cluster, including representative associations/federations of the weavers, support institutions, service providers, State Government and Central Government agencies.

    7.4 Establishment of Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) at cluster level with representation of key stakeholders.

    7.5 Approval of the DPR by Project Approval & Monitoring Committee (PAMC).

    7.6 Procurement of land, wherever needed for any of the interventions of the DPR, by the SPV.

    7.7 Implementation of the interventions as per the phasing mentioned in the DPR.

    7.8 Monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the interventions against the outcomes defined in the DPR.


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