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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Ravi Capoor inaugurated IHGF Delhi Fair

The 48th edition of the Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair (IHGF) was held at the India Expo Centre & Mart at Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Textiles Secretary, Ravi Capoor, inaugurated IHGF Delhi Fair. The expo is being held from 16 October to 20 October 2019. Aim: The skills of Indian artisans has the potential to achieve greater growth in both the sector and the artisans and the exporters. IHGF-Delhi Fair aims to ensure that in 2020, the Fair attracts over 10,000 exhibitors. IHGF-Delhi Fair Highlights: ♦ It is expected that the Fair will increase the handicraft exports of India to Rs.100,000 crore from the exiting Rs.26,590 crore. ♦ EPCH introduced its move for sustainable development and preservation of the environment by focusing on reduce, reuse, and recycle in this fair.  ♦ Centre directed the Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) to explore the possibility of opening handicraft parks in India. It is also expected that the parks can be developed into tourism and crafts centres. ♦ Transforming the production from small organized units to such parks will benefit the small units as it will reduce overhead costs. ♦ Government suggested EPCH include new segments in the IHGF-Delhi Fair for women entrepreneurs and new artisans.  ♦ EPCH was asked to ensure that the handicraft industry works on a sustainable model under which the entire production will be processed as a zero-waste manufacturing sector. Participants: More than 3200 Indian exhibitors are participating in the Fair. International buyers from 110 countries will source home, lifestyle, fashion, furniture, and textiles products. Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH): Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts - EPCH, was established in 1986-87 under the Companies Act. EPCH aims to promote, support, protect, maintain, and increase the export of handicrafts. The apex body for Indian Handicraft promoters created the necessary infrastructure, marketing, and information facilities that can be availed both by the members of exporters and importers.

from Current Affairs 2019 for Competitive Exams Current Affairs Today The 48th edition of the Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair (IHGF) was held at the India Expo Centre & Mart at Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Textiles Secretary, Ravi Capoor, inaugurated IHGF Delhi Fair. The expo is being held from 16 October to 20 October 2019. Aim: The skills of Indian artisans has the potential to achieve greater growth in both the sector and the artisans and the exporters. IHGF-Delhi Fair aims to ensure that in 2020, the Fair attracts over 10,000 exhibitors. IHGF-Delhi Fair Highlights: ♦ It is expected that the Fair will increase the handicraft exports of India to Rs.100,000 crore from the exiting Rs.26,590 crore. ♦ EPCH introduced its move for sustainable development and preservation of the environment by focusing on reduce, reuse, and recycle in this fair.  ♦ Centre directed the Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) to explore the possibility of opening handicraft parks in India. It is also expected that the parks can be developed into tourism and crafts centres. ♦ Transforming the production from small organized units to such parks will benefit the small units as it will reduce overhead costs. ♦ Government suggested EPCH include new segments in the IHGF-Delhi Fair for women entrepreneurs and new artisans.  ♦ EPCH was asked to ensure that the handicraft industry works on a sustainable model under which the entire production will be processed as a zero-waste manufacturing sector. Participants: More than 3200 Indian exhibitors are participating in the Fair. International buyers from 110 countries will source home, lifestyle, fashion, furniture, and textiles products. Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH): Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts - EPCH, was established in 1986-87 under the Companies Act. EPCH aims to promote, support, protect, maintain, and increase the export of handicrafts. The apex body for Indian Handicraft promoters created the necessary infrastructure, marketing, and information facilities that can be availed both by the members of exporters and importers. https://ift.tt/2OWsz2u

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