India has now gone out of its image as a country of snakes and elephants made in the world. India is now registering its presence in the world in every field. In the field of exports, only traditional products like Goa cashew nuts and Guntur chillies were promoted. But now the strategy has changed under One District One Product.
Under the ODOP of the Department of Commerce, new products have been included along with traditional products. This includes LED bulbs from Chitradurga in Karnataka, Nashik’s wine, Darjeeling tea, Muzaffarpur’s royal litchi, Goa’s Feni From the pencil of Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama. The help of IITs, IIMs, NIFT and NID are also being taken for listing.
Under the export target of $400 billion set by Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal ODOP This target is fixed under the variety of products of. A list of all 739 districts is being prepared for this work of ODOP being handled by Invest India. In addition to listing, work is also being done to improve the products.
The people of Britain will enjoy the royal litchi of Muzaffarpur in Bihar during the Corona period
Pencils are being made from the wood of poplar tree found in Pulwama, which has become notorious as a stronghold of terror in Jammu and Kashmir. It has also been added to the list of ODOP. Capacitors and Integrated Circuit Boards in Mysore, Karnataka have also been included in the list. Electronic and plastic toys from Koppal, dairy products from Anand in Gujarat are also included.