One District One Product

     Central Government has initiated One District One Product (ODOP) in all States/UTs of the country, as a transformational step towards realizing the true potential of a district, fuelling economic growth, generating employment and rural entrepreneurship, taking us to the goal of Aatmanirbhar Bharat. The initiative aims to select, brand, and promote at least One Product from each District (One District – One Product) of the country for enabling holistic socio-economic growth across all regions.

Objectives of ODOP initiative Advantages of ODOP initiative
l  Increase income and local employment.

l  Preservation and development of skills.

l  Improvement in product quality.

l  Transforming the products in an artistic way (through packaging, branding).

l  Resolve the issues of economic difference and regional imbalance.

l  Help to generate valuable skilled/semi-skilled man power.

l  Paving way for employment generation

l  Enable micro-enterprises to formalize, grow and become competitive

l  Boost integration with supply chain

l  Empower woman entrepreneurs, FPOs, SHGs

l  Increase access to common infrastructure facilities


List of Activities being undertaken by district administration under ODOP initiative

  • DEPC meetings are being conducted in district for promotion of ODOP.
  • ODOP and Exporters conclave organized by DIC on 11 October 2022.
  • Sector Specific (Ginning, spinning) meets are organized by DIC Wardha.
  • Department of Agriculture is undertaking ‘Smart Cotton’ Project for quality improvement of cotton.
  • Toolkits are provided for awareness generation for quality improvement of khadi and cotton yarn.

Funding support available, with clearly laid out procedures to avail the same

Central Government Schemes

  1. Scheme for Integrated Textile Park (SITP)

SITP is launched to build world class textile manufacturing infrastructure in India. SITP Is aimed to set up textile manufacturing units under PPP model.

  1. Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme – The PLI Scheme is intended to promote production of MMF Apparel & Fabrics and Technical Textiles products in the country to enable textile industry to achieve size and scale; to become globally competitive and a creator of employment opportunities for people.
  2. PM Mega Integrated Textile Regions and Apparel (MITRAs) Parks Scheme

Ministry of Textiles has issued a notification to set up 7 Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel (PM MITRA) Parks with a total outlay of Rs. 4,445 cr.

  1. Amended Technology Up-gradation Scheme (ATUFS)

ATUFS is aimed towards technological up-gradation of textile industry machinery.

5 . Micro and Small Enterprises – Cluster Development Program


  1. Prime Minister Employment Generation Program (PMEGP)

15-35% credit based subsidy of project cost given to beneficiary for manufacturing and service activities

State Government Schemes

6. Package scheme of Incentives
Incentives based on Investment are given in terms of Electricity Duty Exemption, Power
Tariff Subsidy, Industrial promotion subsidy etc.
7. CMEGP Scheme
15-35% credit based subsidy of project cost given to beneficiary for manufacturing and
service activities
8. Integrated and Sustainable Textile Policy 2023-2028
9. Maharashtra State Industrial Cluster Development Program

Details of District Nodal Officer, Nodal Department and Dedicated team for
 District Nodal Officer- S.V. Bawankule, General Manager, District Industries Centre,
 Nodal Department- District Industries Centre, Wardha
 ODOP Team for Wardhao Sushil Garud- Deputy Director of Industries
o Kamaleshkumar Jain- Manager , District Industries Centre, Wardha
o Pratibha Dethe- Industries officer
Dedicated helpline or call center/support desk for ODOP
 Helpline No. – +917152246056
 Support Desk-
 Facebook:

List of mentors to provide mentorship to beneficiaries.
Dr. Preet Deep Singh
ODOP, Invest India

 Textile
Bhavna Rathee
Textiles Team, Invest India

 Gaurava Gautam
Textiles Team, Invest India

 Aditya Rajyan
Textiles Team, Invest India

 E-Commerce
Nikhil Patil
Maharashtra, GeM

 Packaging
Shri Kishan Kumar Sharma
Maharashtra – Mumbai,
Department of Post


Details of Quality Assurance Labs/Certification Labs/Processing Units/Quality
Infrastructure with contact details

 Central Institute for Research on Cotton Technology (CIRCOT)
Vayusena Nagar, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440023
 Central Institute For Cotton Research
Wardha Rd, Nagpur, Maharashtra 441108 
 Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Rural Industrialization (MGIRI), Wardha
 Bombay Textile Research Association(BTRA)
Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Ghatkopar(w),Mumbai – 400 086 
 South India Textile Research Association (SITRA) –, Coimbatore 
 ACME Enterprises (Calibration Laboratory), Nagpur 
 EARTHCARE Labs Pvt. Ltd.,
(Environmental Laboratory & Consultancy Organization), Nagpur

Details of departments providing institutional support to beneficiaries availing
support under ODOP initiative

 Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation
o Sewagram Road, Wardha, Maharashtra 442001
 District Industries Centre
o Civil Lines, Near Collector office, Wardha, 442001
 Commissioner of Textile
o Red Cross Rd, Civil Lines, Nagpur 440001
 Agriculture office
o Civil Lines, Near Collector office, Wardha, 442001
 Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Rural Industrialization
o Maganwadi, Wardha, Maharashtra 442001
 District Skill Development, Employment and Entrepreneurship Guidance Centre
o 3rd floor, Administrative building, Civil Lines, Wardha 442001