Textile Designer required in Handloom Development Scheme

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Applications from Citizens of India are invited in the plain paper along with 3 copies of recent passport size photographs and attested copies of the graduation certificates with all relevant biodata, marksheet and character certificate etc. from NIFT/ NID/ Other Institution and Educational Certificate from respective universities for immediate filling up of the following posts to be appointed on Contract Basis for period of 3 years with the consolidated amount of pay shown against each Handloom Weaving Cluster under the integrated Handloom Development Scheme sponsored by Govt. of India, Ministry of Textiles, Development Commissioner (Handlooms) New Delhi.

  • Textile Designer : 04 posts (Saipung - Jaintia Hills District, Lapngar - Ri-bhoi District, Garobadha - West Garo Hills District and Paham - West Garo Hills District)

Each post carry equal pay@ Rs.16500/- pm  fixed or @ Rs.200000/- annually. The selected designer shall have to sign the Memorandum of Understanding format developed by Govt. of India, Ministry of Textiles, Development Commissioner (Handloom) between the Directorate of Sericulture and Weaving.

Age : 18-35 years as on 31/03/2008. Age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST candidates.

How to Apply : The application should reach Dr. (Miss) A. Khonglam, Director, Sericulture & Weaving, 3rd Secretarial Building (Nokrek Building), Lower Lachumiere, Shillong-1 within 20 days.

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5/10/08, 1:57 PM delete

This is a very unsucessful project scheem from the ministry of textiles. The MOU states that the designer must be a local to where the project is happening and spend 10 days on field. Thus designers who work in the industry and are aware of the commercial sucess of textiles can never participate as being away for 10 days at a stretch on the field is impossible. Also the salary being paid of 20,000 includes accomodation, travel and stay! Which today even in the smallest towns will be what you would spend in getting there and living there for 10 days. The govt has been trying very hard to find people to do this project. But until they tackle it more pragmatically, they cannot achieve sucess

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baljit
11/15/08, 5:22 PM delete

Totally agree with you Priya Mani.

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4/22/09, 2:33 PM delete

Priya moni i agree with you as well, but who will put sense in these govt projects and the way they have been implemented... is a sheer waste of money and time and projects are sanctioned at high costs.

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1/15/11, 11:06 AM delete

could you please let me know what is the proper address to sending the resume for this project.

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6/4/11, 12:52 AM delete

when is the last date of appliying? m frm tripura noth east..i have done 3 year diploma in fashion technology and had a BTECH in textile technology....if i m qualified then please reply....n give in detail how to apply for it....email-shilpireang88@gmail.com

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1/12/12, 7:18 PM delete

Please let me know when is the last date of submitting application? I am graduate from NIFT(Delhi)and my specialization is in textile designing... please send me the details in my id beautymili.87@gmail.com

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1/12/12, 7:25 PM delete

Please let me know when is the last date of applying? I am graduate from NIFT(Delhi) and my specialization is on textile designing.....please send me the details in my id beautymili.87@gmail.com

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sasmita nayak
10/19/14, 11:33 PM delete

yes agree with priya

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