KVIC Recruitment 2020: Khadi and Village Industries Commission has given the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of Junior Executive and Assistant Vacancies. As per the KVIC Recruitment, it has about 108 Vacancies. Candidates having qualifications of Degree / Diploma / MBA / B.E. / B.Tech / Post Graduation are eligible and can make use of the wonderful opportunity. Job seekers and aspirants may keep visiting our web pager for further job notifications as given below. Hopeful candidates can check further details like Eligibility criteria, Selection process and more details as described below.
About Khadi and Village Industries Commission: Khadi and Village Industries Commission was incorporated in the year 1957 by the Government of India, under the Act of Parliament, 'Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act of 1956' and its head office is in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The common characteristic found in both - khadi and Village Industries is that they are labour intensive in nature. KVIC is an organization under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, with regard to Khadi and village industries within India, which seeks to plan, promote, facilitate, organise and assist in the establishment and development of Khadi and Village Industries in the rural areas in coordination with other agencies engaged in rural development wherever necessary.
Another advantage of Khadi and Village Industries is that they require little or no capital to set up, thereby making an economically viable option for the rural poor, In the wake of Industrialization, and the mechanisation of almost all processes, Khadi and Village Industries are suited like no other to a labour surplus country like India. The products produced by the Institutions ate either sold by them directly, through the government. In total there are 15431 sales outlets, out of which 7,050 are owned by the commission. These are spread all over India.
The Prime Minister's Employment Generation Programme (PLMEGP) is the merger of two schemes - Prime Minister's Rojgar Yojana (PMRY) and The Rural Employment Generation Programme (REGP). The Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate (ISEC) Scheme is the major source of funding for the Khadi programme. It was introduced in May 1977 to mobilise funds from banking institutions to fill the gap in the actual fund requirement and its availability from budgetary sources. The funds provided under the 'Non-Plan' head are mainly for the Commission's administrative expenditure.
The Union Government through the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, provides funds to the Commission under two heads: 'Plan and Non - Plan'. The funds provided under the 'Plan' Head are allocated by the commission to its implementing agencies. The funds provided under the 'Non-Plan' head are mainly for the Commission's administrative expenditure. The products are also sold internationally through exhibitions arranged by the commission. At present, the developmental programmes of the commission are executed through, 5600 registered institutions 30m138 cooperative societies and about 94,85,000 people.