Meghalaya Sericulture & Weaving Scheme

The Chief Minister’s ELEVATE program, a flagship initiative by the Government of Meghalaya, is designed to engage and empower the youth through entrepreneurship, positioning them as active partners in the state’s development. This program provides comprehensive support to a diverse range of entrepreneurs, including individuals, collectives, village organizations, and traditional institutions, facilitating the establishment and growth of businesses across various sectors. Its primary goal is to foster employment, engagement, and empowerment among the youth of Meghalaya by promoting entrepreneurship and ensuring easy access to credit through collaboration with various banks as financial partners of the program. To mitigate the associated credit risks, the Government offers front-end subsidies in the form of down-payments and back-end subsidies in the form of EMI co-payments. Through this program, entrepreneurs, whether individuals, collectives, village organizations, various business entities, or traditional institutions, gain seamless access to a variety of schemes via a unified online portal. The program encompasses a wide array of sectors, including agriculture, horticulture, veterinary and animal husbandry, sericulture & handloom, tourism, entertainment, sports, wellness, and any economically beneficial business ventures for the people of the state.

Scheme Details

About

The weaving tradition of Meghalaya dates to hundreds of years. History shows that floor looms aka Thain Madan of Khasi tribe and loin looms of the Garos have produced traditional attire worn by our communities. Beautiful and intricate designing patterns woven on locally made fabric are used to produce stoles, shawls, and traditional attire such as Jainsema and Dakamanda. These fabrics are made from hand spun/reeled yarn from locally available silk such as eri and muga silk.

With over 80% of the population of Meghalaya living in rural areas, access to multiple livelihood activities is crucial in improving quality of life. Beyond agriculture and tourism, sericulture and handloom can provide a robust safety net to the rural households. Also, as traditions are fading away there is a dire need to protect the livelihoods of communities, especially women engaged in the sector.

To provide adequate impetus to the sector, “Meghalaya Sericulture & Weaving Scheme” has been mooted. It seeks to address the challenges through an integrated value chain approach with entrepreneurs and collectives as the pivots. The scheme aims to unlock the hidden potential of our entrepreneurs and collectives to turn the tables and place Meghalaya’s Yarn and Fabric on the international silk map.

The scheme will specifically focus on “Eri Silk” as it is an exclusive heirloom and traditional fabric of Meghalaya whose fibres come from the cocoon of the domesticated eri silkworm, Philosamia ricini. It will also extend support to “Muga Silk” due to the unique climatic conditions suitable for the same. The scheme will provide credit linked subsidies to individual entrepreneurs and collectives for setting up of grainages for production of Disease Free Layings (DFL) of Eri and Muga silk worm, spinning/reeling cum natural dyeing units and weaving units. Each applicant can select one of the five options under the scheme. These activities can plug the challenges of inadequate supply of DFL, lack of quality yarn and low production of fabric.

With respect to the above, the government is launching the “Meghalaya Sericulture & Weaving Scheme” to provide credit linked subsidies to the selected individuals and collectives. This scheme will be implemented by the Department of Textiles, Govt of Meghalaya.

Objectives

  1. Enhanced incomes: By providing targeted solutions in the sector, women spinners and weavers can scale up the production of yarn and fabric, resulting in improved incomes.
  2. Generation of inclusive employment: As the sericulture and handloom sector is labour intensive (dominated by women), the scheme will provide employment opportunities for women in rural areas. It will ensure sustainable livelihoods without migrating to urban spaces within the safety of their villages.
  3. Boosting rural economy: The multiplier effect of reviving a traditional cottage industry can be seen through the improved purchasing power of rural households. Revival of natural dyes can provide better incomes to farmers engaged in the cultivation of onion, lac, turmeric etc.
  4. Conserving cultural heritage: At a time when traditions are losing their fight to modern clothing, the scheme aims to preserve the cultural heritage of multiple ethnic communities of Meghalaya including the minor tribes of the state.

Snapshot of the scheme

The Meghalaya Sericulture & Weaving Scheme

Financial aid for setting up of grainages, spinning/reeling cum dyeing units & weaving units. Applicants can select from one of the 8 options only.

  1. Eri Spinning Unit for Individual
  2. Muga Reeling Unit for Individual
  3. Weaving Unit for Individual
  4. Eri Spinning Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
    • Only Spinning Equipment
    • With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Spinning Equipment
  5. Muga Reeling Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
    • Only Reeling Equipment
    • With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Reeling Equipment
  6. Weaving Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
    • Only Weaving Equipment
    • With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Weaving Equipment
  7. Grainage for Eri/ Muga Disease Free Layings
    • Only Grainage Equipment
    • With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + Grainage Equipment

Who can apply?

  1. Individual silkworm rearers, eri spinners, muga reelers & weavers
  2. Collectives who are currently engaged in the sector
  3. Registered entities: Any group/entity registered in Meghalaya such as Cooperatives, Societies etc
  4. Unregistered entities: Unregistered collectives such Self Help Groups, Producer Groups etc

 

Note:

Applications shall not be ordinarily considered for the following

  1. Following individuals (currently employed as full-fledged or contractual, or retired and drawing pension) and their Immediate family members which includes spouse, parents, and children up to the age of 30
    • state and central Government employees
    • employees of public sector undertakings, subsidiaries of public sector undertakings and divisions of public sector undertakings etc.
    • any individual whose job is concerned with politics such MLAs, MLCs, MPs etc. or seeking to hold a similar position in government
    • registered class-1 contractors
    • consultants who are currently engaged with state or central government
  2. Only one member from a family is eligible for the scheme.
  3. Pressure groups and organizations that are primarily political in nature.

Nodal department for the CM-ELEVATE

Planning, Investment Promotion & Sustainable Development Department

Implementing agency

Department of Textiles

Application procedure

Online application on the CM-ELEVATE Portal

 

Eligibility Conditions and documentation required

Eligibility Conditions

As the scheme is aimed at reviving the sericulture and handloom sector of Meghalaya, the scheme is only eligible for individuals, registered institutions and unregistered entities already engaged in the sector. These include entrepreneurs, spinners, weavers, Cooperative Societies, Village Organizations, Self-Help Groups, Farmer Producer Organizations, and other such community-based organizations/societies.

The eligibility criteria are designed to ensure that the selected individuals/collectives are residents of Meghalaya, have secured appropriate land arrangements, and are willing and capable of making the expected contribution towards successful completion of the project.

  1. Residency requirement: Entrepreneurs must be residents of the state of Meghalaya. Valid identification documents demonstrating residency will be required as part of the application such as registration certificate or address proof of the organization/society.
  2. Land availability for construction (if applicable): The application must include proof of land ownership or a valid lease agreement for the proposed Spinning/Weaving/Grainage establishment. If the land is owned, documentation demonstrating ownership will need to be provided.
  3. Employment requirement: The entrepreneurs must commit to employing locals (if any employment generation activity is being undertaken). This criterion aims to promote job creation and contribute to local employment opportunities.

Eligibility criteria for individuals
  1. Individuals who are permanent residents of Meghalaya are eligible for the scheme.
  2. Eligibility criteria for Individual eri spinners/ muga reelers/ weavers:
    • Must have completed training in spinning/weaving: A completion certificate in spinning/weaving from a registered training provider can be submitted OR A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer stating the skill/ expertise of the individual OR a Handloom ID issued by Dept of Sericulture & Weaving, Govt of Meghalaya.
    • For Grainage applicants, the individual should have minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of the individual in production of layings.
    • Must be above 18 years of age and below 58 years of age.
    • Must provide valid government ID proof with an address such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Passport etc.
    • Shall not be a credit defaulter from any bank.

Eligibility criteria for the Registered community-based entities
  1. Must provide an Incorporation Certificate /a registration certificate / Trade license/ GST Certificate whichever is applicable
  2. Must be based in the village for which the program is being availed
  3. The registered entity must have at least 10 members.
  4. Must have prior experience in spinning and weaving: A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer stating that at least 5 members of the collective are spinners/ reelers/ weavers OR a valid Handloom ID card for a minimum of 5 weavers issued by the Department of Handloom, Govt of Meghalaya has to be submitted.
  5. Should employ a minimum of 5 spinners/weavers given through an undertaking.
  6. For Grainage applicants, the entity should have staff with minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of its members in production of layings.
  7. Must have an active bank account and submit the bank statement of the last 6 months.
  8. Must have been in operation for at least two years
  9. Should possess land, either self-owned or on lease, and so on., duly verified by the competent authority *


Note: * – In absence of any valid document, certificate, or other requisite documents, a duly attested certificate from the Block Development Officer (BDO) can be submitted and then same may be considered as proof.

Eligibility criteria for the non-registered entities

Non-registered groups include Self-help groups (SHGs), Community-based organizations (CBOs), Producer groups and other such community-based organisations.

  1. The non-registered entity must have a framework that outline the group’s structure, objectives, and procedures.
  2. The non-registered entity must have at least 10 members.
  3. Must have prior experience in spinning and weaving: A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer stating that at least 5 members of the collective are spinners/reelers/weavers OR a valid Handloom ID card for a minimum of 5 weavers issued by the Department of Handloom, Govt of Meghalaya has to be submitted.
  4. For Grainage applicants, the entity should have staff with minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of its members in production of layings.
  5. Must have an active bank account and submit the bank statement of the last 6 months.
  6. Must be based in the village for which the program is being availed
  7. Must have been in operation for at least one year.
  8. Should possess land, either self-owned or on lease, and so on., duly verified by the competent authority*

Note: *- In absence of any valid document, certificate, or other requisite documents, a duly attested certificate from the Block Development Officer (BDO) can be submitted and the same may be considered as proof.

Application Process

Application process

Individuals and collectives are required to complete the application process and submit all the required documents through the online CM-ELEVATE Program Portal.

Submission Requirements

As proof of eligibility, the individuals and collectives are required to provide proof of their eligibility for the scheme by submitting the required documents mentioned below.

Individual Spinner/Weaver

Registered entities

Unregistered entities

  • Individuals from the state of Meghalaya
  • Valid government photo Identity with an address such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Passport etc
  • Bank Statement for last 6 months, if available
  • A completion certificate in spinning/weaving from a registered training provider OR A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer
  • For Grainage applicants, the individual should have minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of the individual in production of layings.
  • Incorporation/ Registration Certificate/Trade license/GST certificate
  • Valid government photo identity with an address such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Passport etc of the President and the Secretary.
  • Pan card, if available
  • Bank account statement for last 6 months, if available
  • A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer stating that at least 5 members of the collective are spinners/weavers OR a valid Handloom ID card issued by the Department of Handloom, Govt of Meghalaya.
  • For Grainage applicants, the entity should have staff with minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of its members in production of layings.
  • Valid government photo identity with an address such as Aadhar Card, Voter ID, Passport etc of the President and the Secretary.
  • Pan card, of president & secretary of the organization if available
  • Bank account statement for last 6 months, if available
  • A bona fide certificate issued from District Sericulture Officer/District Handloom Officer stating that at least 5 members of the collective are spinners/weavers OR a valid Handloom ID card issued by the Department of Handloom for at least 5 weavers, Govt of Meghalaya.
  • For Grainage applicants, the entity should have staff with minimum educational qualification of 10th pass and shall have a bona certificate issued from District Sericulture Office stating the prior experience (minimum of 2 years) of its members in production of layings.

 

Financing

Financial partners
  1. State Bank of India (SBI)
  2. HDFC Bank
  3. Meghalaya Rural Bank (MRB)
  4. Shillong Cooperative Urban Bank Ltd
Summary of the financing plan:

The figure below shows the overall summary of the financing of the project.

Quantum and Nature of Assistance:
  1. Margin Money Support:

Total down payment will be 80% of the project cost and the remaining 20% will be on credit through a bank loan.

    • 5% of the project cost is to be paid by the entrepreneur to the bank
    • 75% of the project cost will be paid by the Government of Meghalaya to the bank.
  1. Additional support:
    • Guidance in application process through implementing agencies
    • Support in project realization of the business venture under this program
    • Training and capacity building of the entrepreneurs to successfully run their business ventures under this program
Financial Aid Disbursement
  1. Down-payment support from the GoM will be transferred to the bank within 15 days of receival of request from the bank.
  2. If any entrepreneur fails to pay the documents and down payment within the specified time after the announcement of the results, the warehouse will be allotted to the next entrepreneur in the waiting list.

Evaluation

Primary criteria for evaluation of the individuals/collectives will be:
  1. Skill in spinning/reeling/weaving of eri silk yarn/ muga silk yarn/ /fabric in the case of individuals
  2. Prior experience in handling of grainage equipment OR production of layings
  3. Ability to mobilise weavers/ reelers/ spinners to run the spinning and weaving units
  4. Identified spinners, reelers and weavers willingness to work with the entrepreneur or collective
  5. Identified buyers ready to buy the yarn or fabric
Shortlisting of applications:

Applications will be shortlisted based on the verification of all required documents mentioned above.

Evaluation Committee:

A “State Level Evaluation Committee” will be constituted to evaluate the applications. The committee will be headed by the Director, Dept of Sericulture & Weaving, Govt of Meghalaya and will have the banking partners as its members.

The list of members of the committee will be notified at a later date.

Personal interviews:

Personal interviews of the screened individuals/cooperative representatives may be conducted by the committee to ascertain the suitability of the entrepreneur for the scheme.

Physical inspection of proposed land (If applicable)

Shortlisted entrepreneurs/collectives will undergo an inspection of the land and relevant documents submitted with the proposal.

  • This inspection is to verify the ownership or validity of the lease agreement for the proposed establishment.
  • It will also assess the suitability and compliance of the land with the project requirements.
Declaration of the final list of beneficiaries
  • The proposals scoring maximum marks and fulfilling all conditions related to spinning/weaving/grainage unit will be accepted for the financial support outlined above.
  • Final list of the selected beneficiaries will be available online

Economic Benefit

Indicators

Category

Annual Capacity

Unit

Unit Rate

Annual Revenue

Annual EMI

Operational Expenses

Income

Eri – Individual

40

Kgs of Yarn

₹2,500

₹1,00,000

₹2,964

₹48,000

₹49,036

Eri – Entrepreneur / Collective (Without infra)

200

Kgs of Yarn

₹5,000

₹10,00,000

₹11,916

₹2,40,000

₹7,48,084

Eri – Entrepreneur / Collective (With infra)

200

Kgs of Yarn

₹5,000

₹10,00,000

₹47,520

₹2,40,000

₹7,12,480

Muga – Individual

36

Kgs of Yarn

₹25,000

₹9,00,000

₹2,748

₹6,00,000

₹2,97,252

Muga– Entrepreneur / Collective (Without infra)

36

Kgs of Yarn

₹25,000

₹9,00,000

₹10,884

₹6,00,000

₹2,89,116

Muga – Entrepreneur / Collective (With infra)

180

Kgs of Yarn

₹25,000

₹45,00,000

₹46,752

₹30,00,000

₹14,53,248

Weaving -Individual

240

Metres

₹1,500

₹3,60,000

₹3,696

₹1,80,000

₹1,76,304

Weaving -Entrepreneur / Collective (Without infra)

1,200

Metres

₹1,500

₹18,00,000

₹16,356

₹9,00,000

₹8,83,644

Weaving -Entrepreneur/ Collective (With infra)

1,200

Metres

₹1,500

₹18,00,000

₹68,916

₹9,00,000

₹8,31,084

Eri Grainage (Without Infra)

20,000

DFL Nos

₹10

₹2,00,000

₹10,788

₹38,680

₹1,50,532

Eri Grainage (With Infra)

20,000

DFL Nos

₹10

₹2,00,000

₹80,748

₹38,680

₹80,572

Design & Estimate – Model Units

Following are model estimates and whatever cost is to be incurred above these shall be from the applicant’s side.

  1. Eri Spinning Unit for Individual

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

1

Silk Spinner with Solar Power

Nos

1

₹14,936

₹14,936

2

Re reeling machine

Nos

1

₹13,570

₹13,570

3

Testing Machine

Nos

1

₹34,220

₹34,220

 

TOTAL

62,726

  1. Muga Reeling Unit for Individual

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

1

Reeling cum Twisting Machine

Nos

1

33,000

₹33,000

2

Re-reeling machine

Nos

1

15,000

₹15,000

3

Cooking pan

Nos

1

5,000

₹5,000

4

Cocoon storage cage

Nos

1

5,000

₹5,000

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

58,000

  1. Weaving Unit for Individual

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

1

Frame Loom – 60″ Reed Space

Nos

1

₹32,000

₹32,000

2

Warping Machine – 72″

Nos

1

₹30,000

₹30,000

3

Motorized Pirn cum Bobbin winding machine

Nos

1

₹5,000

₹5,000

4

Draw boy

Nos

2

₹2,500

₹5,000

5

Loom Accessories Set

Nos

1

₹6,000

₹6,000

 

Sub Total

 

 

 

78,000

  1. Eri Spinning Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
    1. Only Spinning + Dyeing Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

 

ITEMS FOR SPINNING

    

1

Silk Spinner with Solar Power

Nos

5

₹14,936

₹74,680

2

Re reeling machine

Nos

5

₹13,570

₹67,850

3

Testing Machine

Nos

1

₹34,220

₹34,220

 

ITEMS FOR DYEING

 

 

  

4

Cooking utensils (for 20 kgs)

Lumpsum

LS

₹10,000

₹10,000

5

Grinder

Nos

2

₹4,000

₹8,000

6

Weighing Balance

Nos

1

₹1,000

₹1,000

7

Strainers

Nos

4

₹500

₹2,000

8

Thermometer, pH paper, sticks for dyeing

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹5,000

9

Drying Rack                                                    

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹30,000

10

Gas Stove + Connection                               

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹3,000

11

Dye stuff

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹16,000

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

2,51,750

  1. With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Spinning Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

 

ITEMS FOR SPINNING

    

1

Silk Spinner with Solar Power

Nos

5

₹14,936

₹74,680

2

Re reeling machine

Nos

5

₹13,570

₹67,850

3

Testing Machine

Nos

1

₹34,220

₹34,220

 

ITEMS FOR DYEING

 

   

4

Cooking utensils (for 20 kgs)

Lumpsum

LS

₹10,000

₹10,000

5

Grinder

Nos

2

₹4,000

₹8,000

6

Weighing Balance

Nos

1

₹1,000

₹1,000

7

Strainers

Nos

4

₹500

₹2,000

8

Thermometer, pH paper, sticks for dyeing

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹5,000

9

Drying Rack                                                    

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹30,000

10

Gas Stove + Connection                               

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹3,000

11

Dye stuff

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹16,000

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

 

   

12

500 Sq ft Shed

Design & Estimate Attached

LS

₹10,85,000

₹10,85,000

 

TOTAL

13,36,750

  1. Muga Reeling Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
    1. Only Reeling Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

Remarks

 

ITEMS FOR REELING

 

    

1

Reeling cum Twisting Machine

Nos

5

33,000

₹1,65,000

4 ends

2

Re-reeling machine

Nos

2

15,000

₹30,000

1 m cir.

3

Cooking pan

Nos

2

5,000

₹10,000

10 kg. cap.

4

Cocoon storage cage

Nos

5

5,000

₹25,000

(4 x 3 x 3) ft.

 

TOTAL

 

  

2,30,000.

 
  1. With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Reeling Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

Remarks

 

ITEMS FOR REELING

 

    

1

Reeling cum Twisting Machine

Nos

5

33,000

₹1,65,000

4 ends

2

Re-reeling machine

Nos

2

15,000

₹30,000

1 m cir.

3

Cooking pan

Nos

2

5,000

₹10,000

10 kg. cap.

4

Cocoon storage cage

Nos

5

5,000

₹25,000

(4 x 3 x 3) ft.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

 

    

 

500 Sq. ft Shed

1

₹10,85,000

₹10,85,000

Design & Estimate Attached

 

TOTAL

 

  

13,15,000

 
  1. Weaving Unit for Entrepreneur/Collective
  2. Only Weaving Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

 

ITEMS FOR WEAVING

    

1

Frame Loom – 60″ Reed Space (option for buying loin looms/floor looms)

No

5

₹32,000

₹1,60,000

2

Warping Machine – 72″

No

1

₹30,000

₹30,000

3

Motorized Pirn cum Bobbin winding machine

No

2

₹5,000

₹10,000

4

Loom Accessories Set

No

5

₹6,000

₹30,000

5

Extra warp beam

No

2

₹5,300

₹10,600

6

Jacquard (up to 120 hooks)

No

2

₹15,000

₹30,000

 

ITEMS FOR DYEING

    

4

Cooking utensils (for 20 kgs)

Lumpsum

LS

₹10,000

₹10,000

5

Grinder

Nos

2

₹4,000

₹8,000

6

Weighing Balance

Nos

1

₹1,000

₹1,000

7

Strainers

Nos

4

₹500

₹2,000

8

Thermometer, pH paper, sticks for dyeing

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹5,000

9

Drying Rack                                                    

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹30,000

#

Gas Stove + Connection                               

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹3,000

11

Dye stuff

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹16,000

 

Sub Total

   

3,45,600

  1. With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + 5 Weaving Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Sub Total

 

ITEMS FOR WEAVING

 

 

 

 

1

Frame Loom – 60″ Reed Space (option for buying loin looms/floor looms)

No

5

₹32,000

₹1,60,000

2

Warping Machine – 72″

No

1

₹30,000

₹30,000

3

Motorized Pirn cum Bobbin winding machine

No

2

₹5,000

₹10,000

4

Loom Accessories Set

No

5

₹6,000

₹30,000

5

Extra warp beam

No

2

₹5,300

₹10,600

6

Jacquard (up to 120 hooks)

No

2

₹15,000

₹30,000

 

ITEMS FOR DYEING

    

7

Cooking utensils (for 20 kgs)

Lumpsum

LS

₹10,000

₹10,000

8

Grinder

Nos

2

₹4,000

₹8,000

9

Weighing Balance

Nos

1

₹1,000

₹1,000

10

Strainers

Nos

4

₹500

₹2,000

11

Thermometer, pH paper, sticks for dyeing

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹5,000

12

Drying Rack                                                    

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹30,000

13

Gas Stove + Connection                               

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹3,000

14

Dye stuff

Lumpsum

LS

LS

₹16,000

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

    

15

1000 Sq. ft Shed

Design & Estimate attached

1

₹15,93,000

₹15,93,000

 

Sub Total

   

19,38,600

  1. Grainage for Er/Muga Silk Disease Free Layings
  2. Only Grainage Equipment

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Amount

A

Cost of Grainage Equipment

1

Steel Grainage rack ( 6.5 ‘x 3.25’x 6.5’ ) 6 tier 

Nos

4

8000

₹32,000

2

Nylon Nets ( 7’x4’x7′)

Nos

4

1000

₹4,000

3

Cocoon Preservation trays ( Bamboo)

Nos

50

150

₹7,500

4

Plastic Crate for cocoon transportation

Nos

10

800

₹8,000

5

Foot Sprayer

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

6

Light Microscope with high quality lenses & light arrangement

Nos.

2

10000

₹20,000

7

Mortar & Pestle (single type)

Nos.

100

250

₹25,000

8

Thermometer Wet & Dry

Nos.

1

500

₹500

9

Moth Examination Table -(5’X2″) / concrete slab

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

10

Centrifuge -R-8 including all accessories

Nos.

2

45000

₹90,000

11

Wooden Stool

Nos.

2

500

₹1,000

12

Wooden Bench ( 5’x1.5′)

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

13

Egg Laying Device

Nos.

2000

10

₹20,000

14

Grainage masks

Nos.

2

1500

₹3,000

15

Rubber gloves

Nos.

2

100

₹200

16

Plastic Basin/ Tub -20 ltr

Nos.

4

500

₹2,000

17

Plastic Bucket- 20 ltr.

Nos.

4

500

₹2,000

18

Big Plastic Drum for  water storage-100 ltr

Nos.

2

2500

₹5,000

19

Weighing Balance ( 1Kg) 

Nos.

1

5000

₹5,000

20

Glassware- beaker, pippete, measuring cylinder, funnel, wash bottle etc

LS

 

5000

₹5,000

B

Consumables (chemicals)

1

Formaldehyde, KOH, K2Co3, Bleaching Powder

LS

 

1500

₹1,500

2

Lime

Kg

25

50

₹1,250

3

Soaps & Detergent Powder

LS

 

500

₹500

4

Glass slides

Pkt

8

180

₹1,440

5

Cover Slips

Pkt

8

180

₹1,440

6

Muslin Cloth

Mtrs

5

150

₹750

7

Egg boxes ( 50 dfls capacity)

Nos.

100

15

₹1,500

8

Blotting paper (nos.)

Nos.

20

15

₹300

C

Electrical fittings

1

Solar lantern

Nos

1

5000

₹5,000

2

Ceiling Fan

 

1

2500

₹2,500

3

Tube light with all accessories

 

2

3000

₹6,000

D

One Time Support for Cocoons

 

20000

1.50

₹30,000

 

Total

   

3,03,380

  1. With infrastructure of 500 sq ft + Grainage Equipment

 

 

#

Particulars

Unit

Quantity

Unit Cost

Amount

A

Cost of Grainage Equipment

1

Steel Grainage rack ( 6.5 ‘x 3.25’x 6.5’ ) 6 tier 

Nos

4

8000

₹32,000

2

Nylon Nets ( 7’x4’x7′)

Nos

4

1000

₹4,000

3

Cocoon Preservation trays ( Bamboo)

Nos

50

150

₹7,500

4

Plastic Crate for cocoon transportation

Nos

10

800

₹8,000

5

Foot Sprayer

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

6

Light Microscope with high quality lenses & light arrangement

    Nos.

2

10000

₹20,000

7

Mortar & Pestle (single type)

Nos.

100

250

₹25,000

8

Thermometer Wet & Dry

Nos.

1

500

₹500

9

Moth Examination Table -(5’X2″) / concrete slab

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

10

Centrifuge -R-8 including all accessories

Nos.

2

45000

₹90,000

11

Wooden Stool

Nos.

2

500

₹1,000

12

Wooden Bench ( 5’x1.5′)

Nos.

1

7000

₹7,000

13

Egg Laying Device

Nos.

2000

10

₹20,000

14

Grainage masks

Nos.

2

1500

₹3,000

15

Rubber gloves

Nos.

2

100

₹200

16

Plastic Basin/ Tub -20 ltr

Nos.

4

500

₹2,000

17

Plastic Bucket- 20 ltr.

Nos.

4

500

₹2,000

18

Big Plastic Drum for  water storage-100 ltr

Nos.

2

2500

₹5,000

19

Weighing Balance ( 1Kg) 

Nos.

1

5000

₹5,000

20

Glassware – beaker, pippete, measuring cylinder, funnel, wash bottle etc

LS

 

5000

₹5,000

B

Consumables (chemicals)

1

Formaldehyde, KOH, K2Co3, Bleaching Powder

LS

 

1500

₹1,500

2

Lime

Kg

25

50

₹1,250

3

Soaps & Detergent Powder

LS

 

500

₹500

4

Glass slides

Pkt

8

180

₹1,440

5

Cover Slips

Pkt

8

180

₹1,440

6

Muslin Cloth

Mtrs

5

150

₹750

7

Egg boxes ( 50 dfls capacity)

Nos.

100

15

₹1,500

8

Blotting paper (nos.)

Nos.

20

15

₹300

C

Electrical fitting

1

Solar lantern

Nos

1

5000

₹5,000

2

Ceiling Fan

 

1

2500

₹2,500

3

Tube light with all accessories

 

2

3000

₹6,000

D

One Time Support for Cocoons

 

20000

1.50

₹30,000

E

Infrastructure

1

500 Sq ft Shed

Design & Estimate attached

1

₹19,68,000

₹19,68,000

 

Total

 

 

 

22,71,380

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