Businessmen from different states of the country will get a chance to represent in the Toy Fair.
To provide a platform to India’s growing toy industry, the Toy Fair is being organized by the Central Government from 27 February to 2 March through digital means.
- February 25, 2021, 7:12 PM IST
Explain that to provide a platform to India’s growing toy industry, Toy Fair is being organized by the Central Government from 27 February to 2 March through digital medium. In this fair, businessmen from different states of the country will get a chance to represent.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the India Toy Fair 2021 on 27th February at 11 AM via video conferencing: Prime Minister’s Office
India Toy Fair 2021: Rajasthan’s traditional toys to be seen at Toy Fair
At the same time, Rajasthan’s Industries Department will showcase the state’s growing toy industry along with traditional toys of the state in the four-day ‘India Toy Fair’. An official of the Industries Department said that through this platform, new industries in the state will be informed about the Investment Promotion Policy 2019 as well as the establishment of sports equipment and toy zone in Khushkheda of Alwar.
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2300 crores sanctioned for employment with toys
It is important to note that the Central Government has approved 8 Toy Manufacturing Clusters in different states of the country. The traditional toy industry of the country will be promoted through clusters. Construction of these clusters will cost Rs 2,300 crore. Clusters will be made of wood, lacquer, palm leaves, bamboo and clothing toys.
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According to the plan of the Center, 3 clusters will be made in Madhya Pradesh at the most. After this, there will be two toy manufacturing clusters in Rajasthan, 2 each in Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Significantly, two toy clusters have been made in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh under the PEP scheme.