Initiative For Development of Pottery

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INITIATIVE FOR TECHNOLOGY BASED
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF POTTERY
CLUSTER AT SAINIK ENCLAVE IN NEW DELHI
OBJECTIVES
• Imparting Skill Training & Technical Skill up-gradation (setting up
training centers & providing skill training and skill upgradation for 18
months each.)
• Designing and providing new improved kiln for optimal use of heat
generated and reducing cost of production.
• Providing them with logistics like improved tools & equipments.
• Training and improving packaging of the products for better
marketability.
• Providing training to increase their productivity & furnace capacity.
• Supporting design development & product diversification.
• Improve sanitation of potters’ villages.
• Waste water treatment and water harvesting.
• Development of artisans’ common work-shed.
• Providing them with resource centre and studio facilities.
• Providing safe drinking water with community filtration unit for the
area.
Deliverables
Activities
Qualitative Outcome
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Orientation Program and interactions
Community Participation & selection
of beneficiaries
SHGs Formation
Research & Development of Kilns,
Tools & Equipment
Provision of Safe Drinking Water
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Common Work-shed
Low Cost House
Skill Training & skill upgradation
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Design Workshop
Income Assessment
Sanitation
Drainage
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Savings and interface with banks and
FIs
Effective Community mobilization and
project adaptability
Group functioning
Improved productivity and cost saving
Hardness removed, Pure & safe for
drinking
Labour pooled and production cost
reduced
Environment Friendly and reduced cost
Improved productivity and income
increment
New product design and value addition
Expected increase by 25-40%
Improvement
Recycling of water
Technological Intervention
Equipment & Construction
1. Kilns
a. Community kilns (improved version)
b. Community kilns for glaze products
c. Kiln for smaller products
d. Smaller traditional but improved kilns
2. Common Workshed
3. Resource Centre-cum Studio facilities
4. Deep tube well + filters
5. Drainage system
6. Rainwater harvesting system
7. Recycling of drain water
8. Potters' wheels
9. One model low cost house
Technological training
1. Design workshops (3) – one in each year
2. Skill training for 50 young persons
3. Training for skill upgradation for 50 potters
Community Participation
• A holistic approach towards sustainable development of the
potters’ cluster
• The project aims at overall development of the potters involving
larger community participation in particular and empowering
the community.
• A registered society has been formed and will be managed by
the potters’ community with the support of the Foundation
• Capacity building and Formation of self help groups (SHGs )
BUDGET
NON-RECURRING EXPENSES
Cost of 1 Community Kiln for glaze products[1]
Cost of 2 Community Kilns (improved version)[2]
Cost of 1 Kiln for smaller items (improved version)
Cost of 5 smaller traditional kilns (improved versions)[3]
Cost of Common Work-sheds
Cost of resource centre-cum- studio facilities[4]
Cost of Deep Tube Well for drinking water + Filters
Cost of Drainage System for the potters’ community[6]
Cost of Rain-water Harvesting System[7]
Cost of Recycling of Drain Water for reuse by potters[8]
Cost of 50 Potters Wheels[9] and accessories
Cost of design and construction of one low cost house
Contingency and miscellaneous Expenses (5%)
Total
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[5]
5,00,000.00
6,00,000.00
90,000.00
1,50,000.00
4,50,000.00
3,70,000.00
9,00,000.00
9,10,000.00
5,00,000.00
1,50,000.00
2,50,000.00
1,50,000.00
2,50,000.00
52,70,000.00
[1] The potters are currently using downdraft, low temperature kilns that are fabricated locally. Intervention is required for improvised kilns with fire bricks
of special quality, insulation to optimize the preservation of heat and reaching to optimum temperature that is essential for glaze pottery. Specialists, from
the field, have been consulted who will be charging Rs. 25000-30000, as consultancy fee for designing each kiln.
[2] Depending upon the design and insulation required there are two kinds of kilns that have been taken into consideration. Each can reach upto
temperatures of 1050˚c and 1280˚c, respectively.
[3] Traditional Kilns need to be improved using special quality brick and bonding material.
[4] Cost of construction Rs. 2,50,000 + 6 potters’ wheels Rs. 30,000 + 1 improved kiln Rs. 90,000.
[5] 350’ deep tube-well, 6” boring & piping, pumps, 10,000 ltrs. overhead tanks, 25,000 ltrs. underground/ground storage, filtration unit with accessories,
costs included.
[6] Total village roads, including by-lanes (1950-say 2000 mtrs. @ Rs. 350 = Rs. 700,000), transportation to main sewerage (total length 300 mtrs @ Rs.
700 = Rs. 210,000)
[7] Catchments unit of each household, (ranging from 100-250 sq. yards), underground storage, recharging of water that will improve local groundwater
level eventually @ Rs. 10,000 per household. 50 households to be covered initially.
[8] Recycled drain-water (partial) could be used for soaking of mud by potters. 50 households to be covered.
[9] The new Potters’ Wheels (50 @ Rs. 5000) which will be provided, will be of improvised version, electrical motorized operated with speed controller
having special quality material, lighter surface but hard base.
RECURRING EXPENSES
1 Project officer @ Rs. 15000 x 12 x 3 yrs.
2 Project assistants, @ Rs. 8000 x 2 x 12 x 3yrs.
Design workshops (3), 1 in each year x 3 yrs.[1]
Cost of 1 designer for 1 year @ Rs. 40,000 x 12[2]
Cost of organizing skill training for 50 young persons
Stipend @ Rs. 500 x 50 x 18 months
Cost of instructors 2, @ Rs. 3500 x 2 x 18
Cost of training for skill upgradation to 50 potters
@ Rs. 500 x 50 x 18 months
Cost of master craftspersons 2, @ Rs. 4500 x 2 x 18
Cost of raw material @ Rs. 1000 x 100 (50 + 50)
Documentation cost with text, visuals and profiles (500 pcs)
Maintenance and Operational Expenses @ Rs. 5000 x 12
Administrative Expenses @ Rs. 5000 x 12 x 3 yrs
Miscellaneous Expenses including travelling cost
Miscellaneous Contingency (5%)
Total
Grand Total
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5,40,000.00
5,76,000.00
4,50,000.00
4,80,000.00
4,50,000.00
1,26,000.00
4,50,000.00
1,62,000.00
1,00,000.00
5,00,000.00
60,000.00
1,80,000.00
1,50,000.00
2,11,000.00
44,35,000.00
97,05,000.00
P.S.: Cost of Land is not included as Land will be made available by the Local Gram Panchayat as Development
initiative. Office space for the Foundation has been provided by the Community.
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[1] Designer would be of NIFT/ NID background.
[2] In addition to design workshop that will be for 15 days each, 1 NIFT designer is required to be engaged in the 2nd year
for working with the potters to supervise constant monitoring and regular design development.
Outcome of the Project
• Special efforts will be made to form the potters into SHGs and create
common facilities for the potters so that larger community
participation is ensured.
• Continuation of the craft activities
• Waste-water management and availability of safe drinking water
• Minimal migration by ensuring better economic opportunities
• Training facilities for younger generation & up-gradation of skills of the
potters
• Usage of better techniques for production by technological
intervention
• Constant innovation in designs as per market trends and market
intelligence
• Capacity building and Formation of self help groups (SHGs)
• Entrepreneurship development and involving potters in group
productivity
• Intervention of banks and other FIs to make the potters microfinance
friendly
• Organizing regular marketing events and involving the potters in the
existing and continuing marketing events
Thank You
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