The karnaka textile industry is one of the fastest growing textile industries in the country, with production peaking at more than 3 million tonnes per annum in 2015-16.
It is the largest in India with production at the Karnataka textile production hub at Gorakkad, in West Bengal state.
In 2016-17, there were a total of 6.8 million textile workers employed across the country.
The sector is the second largest in terms of volume, behind the textile industry of Karnataka.
The karnika textile industry has faced a number of challenges, including high labour cost and a large amount of unsold karnakhas.
The problem is compounded when the textile production sector is not integrated into the wider economy.
In the last few years, the government of Karnakarasu, the state’s government, has undertaken several initiatives to address the textile sector, including through the Integrated Agriculture and Livestock Development Scheme.
The scheme is meant to bring together textile producers, manufacturers and other stakeholders.
The project aims to increase the capacity of the kartik textile industry and boost the quality of kartikkas production by offering specialisation courses, which will help them improve their productivity and improve their efficiency.
The government of West Bengal has been working on an initiative to bring the textile business into the fold of the state.
The Karnakal textile industry would become part of the State-wide Integrated Agriculture, Livestocks and Fisheries Development Scheme, a government official said.
The government has been trying to bring in the textile companies, as well as other enterprises and institutions like government colleges, and colleges of higher education, as part of this initiative, he added.
The initiative has been a long-awaited initiative by the government.
The plan to build the textile industries would be a boon to the state, he said.