The Jute Ministry was established in the year 1973 and the Textile Ministry was established in 1977. Previously these two ministries were under The Ministry of Industry of the Bangladesh Government. Since 1982 these two ministries were involved as two divisions of industry and commerce ministry. Two of the three divisions of industry and commerce ministry were then jute division and textile division respectively.
In the first stage of 1984, when ministries were reforming, the jute division and commerce division have been separated from industry and commerce ministry, and reform as a separate ministry by name Textile and Jute ministry. Actually by the cabinet divisions notice at 8 July in 1986, these two ministries had started their activities as independent ministries. Therefore an ordinance has been enforced at 6 may in 2004 to unify Textile ministry and Jute ministry as Textile and Jute ministry. After this, Textile and Jute Ministry has been started its activities again in the country.
Mission of MOTJ:
Research and expansionary activities Grahanapurbaka cloth, Silk and Jute industries, as well as an increase in the production sector through the development of export income of the country’s internal needs and to achieve economic prosperity through a contribution to public life Manonnayana.
- Bangladesh Jute Mill Corporation
- Bangladesh Bastrakala Corporation
- Bangladesh Jute Corporation
- Bangladesh Handloom Board
- Bangladesh Sericulture Board
- Department of Jute
- Department Fabric
- Bangladesh Sericulture Research and Training Institute
Working process and Acting order of MOTJ:
Strategy and the work order without guruttera:
- Textile, silk and jute sector policy development and Expansion, adopted plans, implementation and evaluation,
- Textile, silk and jute goods gunagatamana control, supervise and certify,
- Textile and jute mill, and now-extinct bijesira rastrayatba raksanabebaksana property, with various countries and international organizations of jute and jute goods, silk and textile products sector under the internal and external marketing
And export of coordination
- Textile, silk and jute sector development and the attraction of direct foreign investment for foreign nationals
Recruitment of the duties and responsibilities,
- Textile, silk, and jute products sector of the Multiplication of activities,
- Textile, silk and jute industry of skilled manpower to take the necessary action.
The Last Update date of these working processes is: Monday, 16 April 2012 12:30. For further details please visit the Official Web Portal of Ministry of Textile and Jute – MOTJ.
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