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Ministry of Textiles clears 20 strategic projects worth Rs 30 cr under National Technical Textiles Mission

ANI | Updated: Jan 18, 2022 01:56 IST


New Delhi [India], January 18 (ANI): Ministry of Textiles on Monday cleared 20 strategic research projects worth Rs 30 crores in the areas of Specialty fibres and Geotextiles under the chairmanship of Union Minister of Textiles, Piyush Goyal, informed the Ministry of Textiles.
As per the ministry, these strategic research projects fall under the Flagship Programme 'National Technical Textiles Mission.'
Amongst the 20 Research projects, 16 projects of Specialty fibres were cleared including 5 projects in Healthcare, 4 projects in Industrial and Protective, 3 projects in Energy Storage, 3 projects in Textile waste recycling, and 1 in Agriculture and 4 projects in Geotextiles (Infrastructure) were cleared, said the ministry.
According to the ministry, various leading Indian Institutes, Centres of Excellence and Government Organizations participated including IITs, DRDO, BTRA, among others in the session which cleared projects strategic for the development of the Indian economy and a step in the direction of Atmanirbhar Bharat, especially in the Healthcare, Industrial and Protective, Energy Storage, Textile Waste Recycling, Agriculture and Infrastructure.
While addressing the esteemed group of Scientists and Technical Technologists, Piyush Goyal said, "Industry and Academia connect is essential for the growth of research and development in the application areas of Technical Textiles in India. Building convergence with Academicians, Scientists and Researchers is the need of the hour."
Goyal also highlighted that the focus should be on the Internationally high value-added products and building a structure of brainstorming around problem statements. In addition, Inter-ministerial synergy is required for attracting mega research projects in the country.
Previously, 11 research projects worth Rs 78.60 crores were cleared by the Ministry of Textiles on 26th March 2021. (ANI)

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