There are 36 District Industries Centres (DICs) working in the State and 7 District Industries Sub-Centres at Abu Road, Balotra, Beawar, Falna, Kishangarh, Makrana and Neemrana have also been set up to cater to the needs of small scale industries of the area. Headquarter office of the Department is situated at Udyog Bhawan, Tilak Marg, Jaipur.
The main functions of the Department are promotion of small scale industries, to assist in the marketing of their products, development of salt areas, handicrafts artisan development, development of handloom, etc. The Department also provides various concessions and facilities and assistance for setting up of industrial units in the State. Registration of SSI units under the scheme of Government of India is one of the main functions of the Department.
Rajasthan offers the most favoured destination for industries in India. The vast mineral resources, livestock, tourism potential coupled with the commitment of the Government offer a tremendous potential to the up coming industries.
The State has developed a strong Industrial Base where different type of Industries such as Agro based, Textile, Tourism, Ceramics, Chemical, Drug Formulation, Engineering, Electronic, and IT Sector have great potential.
The Bureau of Investment Promotion (BIP) is the agency in charge of investment promotion and single window clearances in the state of Rajasthan, India. BIP also plays a significant role in developing investment policies for the State.
Our mission is to support investors that are exploring investment opportunities in Rajasthan. Services are focused on investments above INR 10 crore (US $ 2.2 million).
We have a multidisciplinary team with sector-specific expertise, which allows us to provide prospective investors with value added advice and information.
Khadi is Indian handspun and hand-woven cloth. The raw materials may be cotton, silk, or wool, which are spun into threads on a spinning wheel called a charkha.
Khadi is a versatile fabric, cool in summers and warm in winters. Being a cruder form of material, it crumples much faster than other preparations of cotton. In order to improve the look, Khadi is often starched to have a stiffer shape. It is widely accepted in fashion circles these days.
Rajasthan Foundation, an organization set up by Government of Rajasthan that works in the noble direction of strengthening bonds between Non Resident Rajasthani community and the state of their origin.We invite entire Pravasi Rajasthani Community to come and connect to their motherland, Rajasthan, which is emerging as one of the best destinations for investment ,growth and development.
The establishment of Rajasthan Foundation reflects the state government's determination to nurture its interaction with its noble sons and we are committed to promote and facilitate every step taken by our Non Resident Rajasthanis to contribute into the growth and development of Rajasthan.
The year 1961 witnessed the birth of The Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation Limited (RSIC), as a Government of Rajasthan Undertaking. And in 1975 RSIC was accorded the status of a Public Limited Company. It plays a major role in promoting the handicrafts produced in the state. The Corporation assists the craftsmen by providing them the designs and facilities for marketing of the products.
To support the handloom weavers of Rajasthan by grouping them into various societies and strengthen the cooperative movement, the Govt. of Rajasthan established RRBSS on the 26th of Aug. 1957. This is the Apex marketing body for the handloom cooperative societies of the state.
RUDA (Rural Non Farm Development Agency) was established in November 1995, by the Government of Rajasthan as an independent agency to promote the Rural Non-Farm Sector (RNFS) in the State. RUDA follows a sub-sectoral, integrated and cluster based approach for promoting rural micro enterprises for rural artisans.RUDA is registered under the Societies Registration Act giving it a certain autonomy and flexibility in its functioning.
RUDA is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1958 giving it a certain autonomy and flexibility in its functioning. Over the last 14 years, RUDA has evolved as an innovative, creative and a highly professional agency to achieve its daunting but challenging mandate.
Rajasthan touches six major states of the Northern, Western and Central India. It is a natural corridor between the wealthy northern and the prosperous western states of the country, which makes it an important trade and commerce centre.
Rajasthan State Handloom Development Corporation was constituted in 1984 with the main objective to promote the cotton handloom textile sector of Rajasthan. It plays a pivotal role in skill upgradation, design & development and market facilitation or traditional weavers and artisans of the state in modern techniques.
By setting the above programmes RHDC assists the weavers and artisans to meet the demands of the market. For the simple villager who has always been the main loom worker , weaving of fabric ran on conventional lines, but now with assistance from RHDC, the weaver is more equipped to cater to modern market requirements.