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New Textile Policy – 2020

Government is formulating a New Textile Policy for overall development of the sector. Inputs from all the state governments, individuals through e-portal and different associations are being solicited under broad topics like cotton, silk, jute, wool, man-made fibre, handloom, handicrafts, powerloom, technical textiles, technology & machinery upgradation, infrastructure (spinning, weaving & processing) and human resource development.

Over a period of time, textile industry is facing some problems like technological obsolesce, high input cost (power & capital), poor access to credit, fragmented units, absence of fiber neutrality etc.  In order to address these issues/problems, Govt. has implemented various schemes to provide support to Textiles & Apparel Sector:-

(i)         Knitting and Knitwear Sector scheme: Government has launched a separate scheme for development of Knitting and Knitwear Sector to boost production in knitting and knitwear cluster at Ludhiana, Kolkata and Tirupur.

(ii)        Government is implementing Amended Technology Up-gradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS) for technology up-gradation of the textile industry to incentivize production with an outlay of Rs.17,822 crore during 2016-2022. It is expected to attract investment of Rs.1 lakh crore and generate 35.62 lakhs employment in the textile sector by 2022.

(iii)       Government has launched a special package of Rs.6000 crore in 2016 to boost investment, employment and exports in the garmenting and made-ups sector with the following components viz., (i) full refund is provided under Remission of State Levies (ROSL) to the exporters for the State level taxes; (ii) production linked additional incentive of 10% is provided under the Amended Technology Up-gradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS).

(iv)       National Handloom Development Programme, Comprehensive Handloom Cluster Development Scheme, Handloom Weaver Comprehensive Welfare Scheme and Yarn Supply Schemes.

(v)        National Handicrafts Development Programme (NHDP) and Comprehensive Handicraft Cluster Development Schemes.

(vi)       Power Tex India: A comprehensive scheme for Powerloom sector.

(vii)      Silk Samagra – An integrated Scheme for development of silk.

(viii)     Jute ICARE for increasing the income of farmers through different interventions.

(ix)       North East Region Textile Promotion Scheme (NERTPS) for promoting textiles industry.


The Government is implementing the Scheme for Integrated Textile Park (SITP) which provides support for creation of world-class infrastructure facilities for setting up of textile units. Till date, 56 textile parks have been sanctioned under SITP which are under various stages of implementation, details of which are as under: 


Sl. No. State No. of Parks Name of the park District Share of GOI grant (in Rs. Crore) Park Status
1 Andhra Pradesh


5 Hindupur Vyapar Apparel Park Limited Anantapuram 40.00 Operational
2 MAS Fabric Park (India Ltd) Nellore 40.00 Operational
3 Brandix India Apparel City Private Limited Vishakhapatnam 40.00 Completed
4 Tarakeshwara Nellore 40.00 Operational
5 Guntur Textile Park Guntur 40.00 Operational
6 Assam 1 Prag Jyoti Textile Park Darrang 40.00 Operational
7 Gujarat


14 Gujarat Eco Textile Park Limited Surat 40.00 Completed
8 Mundra SEZ Textile & Apparel Park Limited Kutch 40.00 Completed
9 Fairdeal Textile Park Pvt. Ltd. Surat 40.00 Completed
10 Vraj Integrated Textile Park Limited Kheda 40.00 Completed
11 Sayana Textile Park Ltd. Surat 36.00 Completed
12 Surat Super Yarn Park Limited Surat 40.00 Completed
13 RJD Integrated Textile Park Surat 40.00 Completed
14 Kejriwal Integrated Textile Park Surat 40.00 Operational
15 Shanti Integrated Textile Park Pvt Ltd. Surat 40 Operational
16 Palsana ITP Park Surat 40 Operational
17 Amitara Green High Tech Textile Park Pvt Ltd. Kheda 40 Operational
18 NSP Infrastructure Private Limited Surat 40 Operational
19 Karanj Integrated Textile Park Surat 40 Operational
20 Shahlon Textile Park Surat 40 Operational
21 Haryana 1 Alishan Integrated Textile Park Panipat 40 Operational
22 Himachal Pradesh 1 Himachal Textile Park Una 38.76 Operational
23 Jammu and Kashmir


2 J&K Textile Park Kathua 39.70 Operational
24 Kashmir Wool & Silk Textile Park Kathua 40.00 Operational
25 Karnataka 1 Doddabalapur Integrated Textile Park Doddabalapur 32.01 Completed
26 Maharashtra


13 Metro Hi-Tech Cooperative Park Limited Kolhapur 40.00 Completed
27 Baramati Hi Tech Textile Park Limited Pune 40.00 Completed
28 Deesan Infrastructure,  Pvt Ltd. Dhule 40.00 Completed
29 Islampur Integrated Textile Park Pvt Ltd. Sangli 40.00 Completed
30 Latur Integrated Textile Park Pvt Ltd Latur 40.00 Completed
31 Asmeeta Infratech Pvt Ltd Thane 40.00 Completed
32 Pride India cooperative Textile park Limited Kolhapur 20.95 Completed
33 Purna Global Textiles Park Ltd. Hingoli 40.00 Operational
34 Kalappana Awade Textile Park Kohlapur 40.00 Operational
35 Satyaraj Integrated Textile Park Kohlapur 40.00 Operational
36 Dhule Textile Park Dhule 40.00 Operational
37 Hinganghat Textile Park Wardha 40.00 Operational
38 Sri Ganesh Textile Park Dhule 40.00 Operational
39 Punjab 3 Lotus Integrated Tex Park Barnala 40.00 Completed
40 Rhythm Textile & Apparel Park Ltd Nawanshehar 40.00 Operational
41 Ludhiana Integrated Textile Park Ltd Ludhiana 40.00 Operational
42 Rajasthan 3 Next Gen Textile Park Pvt Ltd Pali 40.00 Operational
43 Kishangarh Hi-Tech Textile Weaving Park Limited Ajmer 40.00 Operational
44 Jaipur Integrated Texcraft Park Pvt Ltd Jaipur 24.06 Completed
45 Tamil Nadu 8 SIMA Textile Processing Centre Cuddalore 40.00 Operational
46 Palladam Hi-Tech Weaving park Tirupur 22.17 Completed
47 Komarapalayam Hi-Tech Weaving Park Ltd. Namakkal 12.53 Operational
48 Karur Integrated Textile Park, Karur Park Karur 40.00 Completed
49 Madurai Integrated Textile Park Ltd Madurai 31.50 Completed
50 Perarignar Anna Handloom Silk Park Kanchipuram 33.53 Operational
51 Pallavada Textile Park Erode 40.00 Operational
52 The Great Indian Linen & Textile Infrastructure Company Erode 40.00 Operational
53 Telangana 2 Pochampally Handloom Park Limited Yadadri Bhuvanagiri 13.60 Completed
54 White Gold Textile Park, Rangareddy 38.40 Operational
55 West Bengal 2 EIGMEF Apparel Park Ltd. Kolkata 40.00 Operational
56 Hosiery Textile Park Howrah 28.06 Operational


This information was given by the Minister of Textiles, Smriti Zubin Irani, in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha

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