Textiles Committee Recruitment
Govt Job for Consultant (Skill Research) - M. Phill or MBA, B.E/B. Tech.
सरकारी नौकरी Details
How to Apply for Textiles Committee Recruitment 2018
- Click on above Official Website Document link to visit Textiles Committee website. Find the Apply Online Link on the document or visit home page of website to get more details.
- Fill in all the necessary details asked in Textiles Committee Online Application Form.
- Upload a copy of your recent Photograph (If Required).
- Also, upload Scanned copies of necessary documents.
- Pay Prescribed Application Fee ( If Required).
- Finally, press submit button to complete Textiles Committee Consultant (Skill Research) - M. Phill or MBA, B.E/B. Tech. recruitment process.
Textiles Committee recruits Consultant post. M. Phill or MBA, B.E / B. Tech. experience candidates can apply.
About Textiles Committee:
The Textiles Committee has been established under the Textiles Committee Act, 1963, (No. 41 of 1963), of the Indian Parliament. It replaced the erstwhile Cotton Textiles Fund Committee, constituted under the Cotton Textiles Fund Ordinance, which was promulgated by section 72 of the Government of India Act, 1935. This ordinance provided for the establishment of the Cotton Textiles Fund from the levy of a cess of three per cent on the ex-mill prices of cloth and yarn exported and for the setting up of the Cotton Textiles Fund Committee to administer the Fund. The Fund was to be used for supervising the export of cloth and yarn, and increasing the same of cloth and yarn abroad and generally for the development of technical education and research relating to the cotton textile industry. Among the achievements of the Cotton Textiles Fund Committee, since its formation, it deserves to be mentioned that substantial assistance was rendered to the establishments of various Textile Research Associations like ATIRA, SITRA, BTRA, NITRA and the formation of the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (Texprocil). For the first time, a scheme for the inspection of Cotton Textiles, especially for export was formulated and put into operation. In furtherance of the functions of the Cotton Textiles Fund Committee to supervise the export of cloth and yarn, a scheme for inspection of cotton textiles meant for export, popularly known as ‘ITEX’, was introduced on a voluntary basis in the year 1954. A year later, the factual inspection scheme was also introduced on the basis of the ITEX inspection scheme to know factually the quality of material inspected in each case. With the enactment of the Textiles Committee Act, 1963 the cotton Textiles Fund Ordinance was replaced and the Textiles Committee was established as a statutory body for ensuring the quality of textiles and textile machinery and for looking after matter connected therewith.
Contact Us:Shri S.P.Verma
Ministry of Textiles, Government of India
P Balu Road, Prabhadevi
Phone: +91-22-66527507, 66527506
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