Group Work Shed Scheme (GWS)

Group Work Shed Scheme (GWS)

The Government of India has executed the Group Workshed Scheme for installation of modern looms in an existing or new cluster, which will provide required scale of economies for business operations and to organize Power Loom units in a cluster and to provide improved working condition in terms of more space, work environment, improve the work efficiency to enhance their competitiveness in the global market.

The Ministry of Textiles supported the plan during the conversation of the Standing Finance Committee under the directorship of the Secretary of Textiles.

The Scheme for Group Workshed for the Power Loom Sector was formed by making the important changes to the Group Workshed Scheme which was prominent in those days. These progressions were made in the decentralized power loom area to coordinate individual power loom units as a group. In addition, this would bring about worked on working conditions as far as premises and work just as upgraded Work Efficiency proportion and their seriousness in the general market.

Highlights of Group Workshed Scheme

As indicated by Group Workshed Scheme, just 40% of the looming would be acknowledged under weavin

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Objective of Group Workshed Scheme

The main objective of the Group Workshed Scheme is to simplify the establishments of worksheds in

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Qualification Criterion

The recipients qualified to apply for this Scheme includes Weavers and Entrepreneurs associated w

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Quantum of Assistance

Category Eligible Subsidy on per unit cost of construction

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