NEC and Union Ministry of Textiles Sign MoU to Harness Hidden Potential of Cane & Bamboo (Download PDF)

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The North Eastern Council (NEC) and Development Commissioner (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). It is to harness hidden potential of Cane and Bamboo of North Eastern Region.

NEC, Textile Ministry Signs MoU for Bamboo Development

NEC, Textile Ministry Signs MoU for Bamboo Development

NEC, Textile Ministry Signs MoU for Bamboo Development

Highlights

  • The MoU was signed by Secretary, NEC Shri Ram Muivah and Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) Shri Alok Kumar.
  • NEC and Development Commissioner (Handicrafts) will promote Cane and Bamboo Technology Centre (CBTC), Assam and Bamboo & Cane Development Institute (BCDI).
  • It is to promote Tripura, as Centers of Excellence not only in North East Region, but also in South East Asia.
  • The CBTC will be transformed into a Regional Centre of Excellence and BCDI will be converted as a separate entity under name Indian Institute of Bamboo Technology (IIBT).
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  • CBTC and BCDI will collaborate for Institutional support for bamboo sector and will generate awareness and cultivating knowledge base among masses about possibilities of sustainable utilization of raw materials cultivated by sector.
  • Both will serve as a platform for generating and exchanging the knowledge base on product development in Cane and Bamboo through Discipline of Product Design and Innovation.
  • Collective knowledge base of sector would be documented and made available through library resources, multimedia, publications and online resources.
  • Education will be given at various levels; to Craftsmen and Entrepreneurs, Designers, Farmers, Technologists and Marketing and Management professionals.
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- Published/Last Modified on: March 17, 2017

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