Textile Industry in India

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------------------------------------------------- Report: The Textile Industry In India
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Arvind Mills Prepared for: Industrial Economics Prepared by: Dhruvita.Patel School: FSLE- 3 Application Number: 28380 Initiator: Rupa Korde Date: 21/04/2013

1. Executive summary
Indian textile Industry has lately been developing in India has contributed a lot towards the economic growth in terms of generating employment, GDP, economic development etc. Also in the recent times the Indian Textile in Gujarat is booming and there are new mills coming up. This establishes the aim of my report to analysis the top player Arvind mill which is initiated in Gujarat, Ahmedabad with the
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This industry is self- sufficient they have their own production starting from raw materials to the delivering the finished goods. This industry contributes a lot to the Indian economy. Manufacturing and exports plays an important role in the Indian Textile Industry. India gains around 27 percent of its total foreign exchange by textile exports.
The Textile Industry in India is divided into various sectors few of them includes: *  Cotton Textiles *  Silk Textiles *  Woolen Textiles *  Readymade Garments *  Hand-crafted Textiles *  Jute and Coir In the Textile industry there are about 11228 textile mills which has a strong spinning capacity of 29 millions spindles which accounts to be very high. Yarn is usually produced in the mills, whereas fabrics are usually produced in both handloom and powerloom. When we talk about the textile industry in India, cotton has always been dominant in this market where around 65 percent of raw materials is consumed to make cotton. The yearly output of cotton production is very high which comes downs to around 12.8 billion meters. The Textile Industry has highly proving employment to millions, which includes the growers of jute and cotton, weavers which includes weavers who are involved in both organizing and household sectors which are
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