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PR No. 822 Tirupati becomes the First Station on SCR to implement “One Station One Product”

· The Pilot Project is being implemented for 15 days starting from 25th March 2022

· The first-time initiative sees huge response for promoting Local Products surrounding Tirupati region.

Tirupati Station in Guntakal division becomes the first Station over South Central Railways for the implementation of “One Station o­ne Product” concept. Being a first-time initiative, it is being implemented as a pilot project for duration of 15 days starting from 25th March 2022.

The novel initiative of “One station o­ne Product” was announced in the union Budget 2022-23 to make each railway station a promotional and sales hub for local products, thereby giving a major boost to livelihood and welfare of local artisans, potters, weavers/ handloom weavers, Tribals, etc. The nominated stations have been planned to act as a marketing channel wherein a fully-functional stall is earmarked for promoting and selling the product. Tirupati Railway station is the nearest alighting point to reach the world-famous Lord Balaji Temple and witnesses regular flow of rail passengers across all parts of the nation. As such, the station is well placed to promote Local products to have National reach.

To implement the pilot project, applications were called from Local persons/Artisans/traders/etc who are interested in promoting Local indigenous products at the Tirupati Station. A huge response was seen for the initiative wherein multiple applications were received for participation in the pilot project. Based o­n that, Guntakal Division has allotted stalls for promoting KALAMKARI Textiles, Handicrafts and Wood carvings at the station. The main features include:

· Kalamkari Sarees, Textiles and Wood Carvings are being promoted by the respective vendors.

· Stall is located in the prime Passenger interface area (Main Concourse of the station) for enhanced visibility.

· Stalls will be open round-the-clock during the entire period of the Pilot Project i.e., from 25th March 2022 to 08th April 2022.

· Facility to promote and sell the indigenous local products both at the station and o­n Trains.

On this occasion, Shri Sanjeev Kishore, General Manager complimented the Officers and staff of Guntakal Division and Commercial Wing for implementing this novel initiative over SCR. He opined that the concept will provide a major fillip to the Local artisans in displaying their products to the passengers coming from across the nation and will help expanding the market for their goods. He stated that Railway stations, with huge footfalls, are well placed to promote indigenous products surrounding the nominated stations.

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