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Cluster Development approach as a key strategy for enhancing the productivity and competitiveness as well as capacity building of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) and their collectives in the country. A cluster is a group of enterprises located within an identifiable and as far as practicable, contiguous area or a value chain that goes beyond a geographical area and producing same/similar products/complementary products/services, which can be linked together by common physical infrastructure facilities that help address their common challenges. The essential characteristics of enterprises in a cluster are (a) Similarity in the methods of production, quality control (b) Similar level of technology & marketing strategies/practices, (c) Similar channels for communication among the members of the cluster, (d) Common market & skill needs and/or (e) Common challenges & opportunities that the cluster faces. Implementation of MSME Clusters in sub-sectors like engineering, food, textiles, traditional industries, handlooms, & handicrafts. The activities involve - preparation of Diagnostic Study Reports (DSRs), Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) for Common Facility Centers (CFCs), handholding & establishing Market & Financial linkages, Training & Capacity Building, Technology Up-gradation, development of CFCs.
Skills Training is essentially provided to newly hired employees to provide them the knowledge and train them with the relevant skill sets required to perform the job. Also, when an organization undergoes a major restructuring in terms of the systems and processes used, the current employees will have to be retrained in order to operate in the new environment and therefore, will have to be provided with the relevant skill training. The types of skill training could be training to develop communication skills, supervisory skills, business acumen skills, industry specific technical skills etc.
Cluster development (or cluster initiative or economic clustering) is the economic development of business clusters. The cluster concept has rapidly attracted attention from governments, consultants, and academics.
There are different types of grasses used in different states. In UP it moonch grass, in Bihar it is sikki grass, in West Bengal it is madhur grass for making mats, in Orissa it is golden grass. In Kerala, Tamil Nadu etc it is grass mats are commonly used. Pandanas or screwpine in Kerala and sheetal pati in Wet Bengal are woven into matting. Indian handicrafts is an art of creating crafts by hand in India is named Indian handicrafts, in ancient India people lived in colonies known as tribal and they were used to create utility things for his or her daily need, that art of creating the crafts known as handicrafts, and also the things known as handicrafts product. Then people started marketing these products in the native markets “haat”. Time has been passed and people became more developed and civilized altogether aspects, people who were creating handicraft product have started trading their makings by increasing demand and population. Fibers or fibers is a category of hair-like materials that are continuous filaments or are in separate elongated items, the same as items of thread. They can be spun into filaments, thread, or rope. They can be used as a part of composite materials. They can even be matted into sheets to create product like paper or felt. Fibers are of two types: fiber and manmade or man-made fiber. Natural fibers include those made of plant, animal and mineral sources. Natural fibers are often classified in keeping with their origin. Vegetable fibers are usually comprised chiefly of cellulose: examples include cotton, jute, flax, ramie, sisal, and hemp. Cellulose fibers serve in the manufacture of paper and fabric. The most used natural fibers are cotton, flax and hemp, though sisal, jute, and coconut also are widely used. Animal fibers usually comprise proteins; examples include silk, wool, angora, fabric and alpaca. Mineral fibers are naturally occurring fiber or slightly changed fiber procured from minerals co-Friendly merchandise

Companies to create social impact through direct implementation of sustainable CSR projects that aim at holistic development of individuals and communities at large. We provide end-to-end CSR services such as CSR Policy Formulation & Advisory, Need / Baseline Assessment, Project Conceptualization to field level Project Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and CSR Reporting along with Social Audit and Impact Assessment. We believe in innovation and sustainability and that is an integral part of all our projects catering to business and community needs. We are a mission-driven organization working towards socio-economic development of the underprivileged. Through our strategic approach, we cater in diverse thematic areas including Poverty Alleviation, Quality Education, Livelihood Development, Skill Development, design training, Women Empowerment, industrial Education, Infrastructure and Entrepreneurship across the world. Exhibition, Seminar, Awareness Programme, Product productivity improvement, problems solving the existing cluster, Design & Promotional Service, Consultancy. We have touched the lives of millions across India and maximized social return on investment in our partnerships with corporations in various sectors. We will connect CSR projects across India, Himachal, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Bihar, Maharashtra, Odisha, Jaipur West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, and Sikkim.