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1 CSIR – GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL TECHNOLOGY FACILITATION CENTRE

2 TFC: CSIR and Government of West Bengal Join Hands SALIENT FEATURES Joint initiative of the Government of West Bengal and CSIR CSIR-CGCRI has the nodal role on behalf of CSIR Implemented in project mode for 3 years Funding support from Government of West Bengal with notional involvement of CSIR-CGCRI First of its kind initiative in India SALIENT FEATURES Joint initiative of the Government of West Bengal and CSIR CSIR-CGCRI has the nodal role on behalf of CSIR Implemented in project mode for 3 years Funding support from Government of West Bengal with notional involvement of CSIR-CGCRI First of its kind initiative in India MoU signed on 16 th September, 2013 Activity Initiated in January, 2014

3 Vision Creating a sustainable ecosystem of micro, small and medium enterprises to drive economic prosperity of the State Mission To achieve technological enablement of West Bengal’s small scale sector leveraging the prowess of our knowledge institutions

4 Objectives Single window information support Catalysing enablement Networking hub for stakeholders Assessing technological gaps and innovation needs Skill development Local pathways for global development

5 A Multi- Model Approach Aims at leveraging overall performance and collective efficiency of SMEs Selection of pilot clusters to implement the programme Customize methodologies to cluster settings MonitoringImplementation Cluster strategy development Diagnosis Cluster selection UNIDO MODEL NABARD PARTICIPATORY MODEL Concentration on rural artisans Forward integration with other programmes Coordinate efforts of all agencies Networking hub for stakeholders Facilitate access of clusters to technology, skills and R&D Ecosystem approach Unique sub-components for supporting institutional set up e.g portals, toolkits etc. NInC CLUSTER INNOVATION MODEL

6 Operating Modality TFC DIC Technology Facilitation Centre Technology Providers DIC TFC (Hub) Clusters Farmers Enterpreneurs CSIR instituions across India; R&D institutions; Academia Stakeholders in Districts Hub and Spokes Structure

7 Action Domains Listing Technologies for the Districts of West Bengal Creating District Status Papers and Understanding Adoption Barriers Need Assessment in Clusters Capacity Building and Skill Development through Information Dissemination and Networking

8 Programme Deliverables output Technology Information Policy Analytics Shared Databases outcome Technology Diffusion Technology Adoption impact Energised Small Scale Sector

9 Identifying Sectors for Intervention Exploratory Sector Sectors that have been identified to represent industrial priorities, yet do not have clusters Scale Up Sector Sectors that have existing clusters and are undergoing technological enablement Craft Hub Craft Hubs that are likely to be benefited through technological intervention

10 Dokra CLUSTER PROBLEMS Lack of healthy environment – e.g. sanitation, high SPM Large scale drudgery Need for workplace – living place segregation Gas fired kiln will not work Alternative to the use of pitch CLUSTER PROBLEMS Lack of healthy environment – e.g. sanitation, high SPM Large scale drudgery Need for workplace – living place segregation Gas fired kiln will not work Alternative to the use of pitch Bikna Cluster, Bankura TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES Environmental pollution from furnaces high Furnace size and design not suitable Kiln that requires lesser coal INTERVENTION ACHIEVED Advanced furnace technology from CSIR-NML provided to the Cluster through KVIB Funding through KVIB Case Report - I

11 Terracotta Panchmura Cluster, Bankura CLUSTER PROBLEMS Use of inefficient kiln that emits high smoke Design defect in an existing hi-tech kiln Use of traditional fuels Non-interest in adoption of technology CLUSTER PROBLEMS Use of inefficient kiln that emits high smoke Design defect in an existing hi-tech kiln Use of traditional fuels Non-interest in adoption of technology TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES Cracking of items that are of larger size Furnace size and design not optimum Need of scientifically designed kiln furniture Automated monitoring of temperature INTERVENTION UNDERWAY Technology orientation workshop envisaged soon particularly with respect to clean energy CSIR-CGCRI to examine the furnaces and develop more scientifically designed ones Case Report - II

12 Clay Doll Ghurni Cluster, Nadia CLUSTER PROBLEMS Availability of soil of right quality Breakage of finished products Inadequate market linkage Lack of access to energy efficient technologies Lack of testing facility for soil CLUSTER PROBLEMS Availability of soil of right quality Breakage of finished products Inadequate market linkage Lack of access to energy efficient technologies Lack of testing facility for soil TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES Cracking of idols Use of traditional furnaces Depletion of clay source -- new soil substitutes required Chemical substitute for paints INTERVENTION UNDERWAY Technology orientation workshop envisaged soon Details of need analysis is underway Case Report - III

13 Soft Interventions – Ongoing and Envisaged Bikna Dokra Panchmura Terracotta Ghurni Clay Doll Chakdaha Clay Doll Kalna Water Purification Bargachia Metal Parts Asansol Refractory Bricks Ashwagandha Rice Milling Domjur Gems and Jewellery Kusumandi Wooden Mask Illustrative representation

14 Skill Development and Mentoring 27 officials at the level of General Managers and Directors of District Industries Centre has been mentored about the TFC and CSIR technologies 534 Industry Development Officers (Block level officials) mentored about the TFC, use of its resources and CSIR technologies 12 Dokra artisans trained on use of advanced furnace technologies at CSIR-NML

15 Dissemination through Web Portal FEATURES Database of Technologies Discussion Forum Cluster Information Mouza Wise Village Resource Data Online Problem Solving Links to Resources Background Literature

16 Developing a Policy Framework for Sustainable Clusters Identified Cluster Identify Gaps and Needs Understand Constraints and Dynamics Map Against Existing Policies Cluster Attributes Identified Policy Gaps Analyse Cluster Policy Attributes Evolve New Policies Bargachia Metal Spare Cluster (Howrah) Panchmura Terracotta Cluster (Bankura)

17 The Road Ahead Monitorable ParameterJuly 2014December 2014*June 2015* Reach 5 Clusters 3 Districts 9 Clusters 6 Districts 18 Clusters 14 Districts Clusters Intervened through Technology Adoption 149 Technology Diffusion10 Blocks200 BlocksAll Blocks Capacity Built (Skilling)Generic Focussed at five specific domains Focussed at ten specific domains New Cluster Seeded014 * Indicative

18 Towards an Integrated Ecosystem TFCTFC CSIR SMDP AcSIR ACADEMIA CHAMBERS PM MSME MISSION NRLM WATER MISSION HABITAT MISSION ENERGY MISSION CLEAN GANGA MISSION Resources Outcomes STATE SCHEMES PRISM CSIR 800 CLCSS RURAL CRAFT HUBS Frameworks Channels Backward Integration Forward Integration CSIR VISION 2020 WB MSME POLICY PM TASK FORCE UNIDO CLUSTER POLICY

19 Contact Chief Coordinator Technology Facilitation Centre CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute 196, Raja S.C. Mullick Road Kolkata – Tel:


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