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Tool Kit Grant for Traditional Handicrafts Experts

Tool Kit
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A sizeable population of OBCs is engaged in traditional occupations like handicrafts, jewellery making, metalwork, weaving, etc. Due to these low-paid occupations and due to modern technological intervention they face tough competition in the market which creates a feeling of inferiority and incapacity threatening their very existence. In order to have the traditional occupation as a sustainable self-employment and income-generating source for the families of traditional craftsmen their traditional skills need to be upgraded and they need to be equipped with modern technology to meet the market demands. The scheme is intended for the above purpose of improving the productivity and competitiveness of the traditional OBC craftsmen ensuring quality goods for enhanced income and thereby qualitative improvement in their living conditions.
There are several craftsman communities among OBCs such as Viswakarma, Padmasaliya chekkala etc. The Scheme envisages providing modern skill training and Tool Kits for these groups.
1. To create awareness among the skilled and semiskilled OBC workers on the need to adopt new technology in the highly technological era, for meeting the market needs.
2. To ensure sustainable self-employment for fair livelihood.
3. To ensure social justice through the overall economic development of the traditional craftsmen communities.
The Director, the Backward Communities Development Department will implement the scheme through Regional Deputy Directors of the Department. Tie-up shall be made with KSBCDC for training and loan for the scheme.
Monitoring and Evaluation:
The Director, BCDD will monitor and evaluate the scheme periodically.
Traditional craftsmen community:
1. Viswakaramas (Asari Chaptegra, Kallassary, Kalthachan, Kammala, Kamsala, Kannan, Karuvan, Kitaran, Kollan, Malayala Kammala, Moosari, Pandikammala, Pandithattan, Perumkolllan, Thachan, Thattan, Vilkurup, Villasan, Viswabrahmanan or Viswabrahmanar and Viswakarmala)
2. Saliya, Chaliya (Chaliya)
3. Tholkollans
4. Moopar or Kallan Mooppan or Kallan Mooppar.
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