Government took big step to promote Khadi Uniform
Government took big step to promote Khadi Uniform

Uniforms made of Khadi will be distributed from the new season 2020. Explain that out of 1.80 crore students studying in council schools, 70 lakh students will be supplied to these schools through the Department of Handlooms and Textiles Industries and Khadi Board. Khadi and Village Industries Minister Siddharth Nath Singh and Minister of State for Basic Education (Independent Charge) Satish Dwivedi held a meeting on Monday. By June 15, the uniforms will be prepared. Its distribution will start on July 1. At the same time, from the next academic session 2021-22, uniforms made of Khadi will be distributed to all the students.

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With the distribution of uniforms, Khadi-made weavers in council schools will get employment on a large scale and the commission charged by middlemen will also be curbed. Khadi clothing will get a boost. Minister Siddharth Nath Singh said that uniforms have been distributed through Khadi Board in seven blocks of four districts. Further, all students will wear uniforms made of Khadi in a phased manner. He gave instructions to prepare a presentation related to uniform by 15 February. Principal Secretary (Handloom and Textile Industries) Ramraman, Director General School Education Vijay Kiran Anand were also present in the meeting.

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