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Tender for DPR preparation is out for mega silk cluster at Mysuru

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Mysore Chamundeshwari Mega Silk Cluster (India) Pvt Ltd has plans to build a Mega Silk Cluster at Mysuru. In this regard the company has invited consultants to submit Technical and Financial Proposals for providing Architectural Engineering Consultancy (AEC) services for the proposed Mega Silk Cluster at Mysuru.

The Detailed Project Report (DPR) includes preparation of Layout and Building Plans, Architecture, Designs/ Drawings and other allied Services. 

Mysore Chamundeshwari Mega Silk Cluster (India) Pvt Ltd  (MCMSC)

MCMSC’ Mega silk cluster is being set up at Belawadi near Mysuru on a 10 acres plot. The Mega Silk Cluster will provide state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities for units to operate there. The investment required to build basic infrastructure is about Rs. 50 Crores to begin with.

The cluster aims to produce top-quality silk yarn and silk fabric and other value added products.

Comprehensive powerloom cluster development scheme (CPCDS)

The Mega silk cluster was approved by the ministry of textiles Govt. of India New Delhi and supported by Govt. of Karnataka under the Comprehensive powerloom cluster development scheme (CPCDS). 

The government’s intention is to build clusters with world-class infrastructure and to integrate the production chain in a manner that caters to the business needs of the local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to boost production and export. In a nutshell, the main objective of setting up these mega clusters is to assist entrepreneurs to set up world-class manufacturing units with modern infrastructure, latest technology, and with adequate training for Human Resources. It (Government) will assist with appropriate market linkages.

Also, CPCDS will make the SMEs operating in the clusters attain the much required edge and develop greater potential to become globally competitive.

The Mega silk cluster, if it takes off as anticipated, will boost the local economy.

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