Annapurna Cottage Industries

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Annapurna Cottage Industries was established in the year 1987, the founder of 'Leaf Plate'. Modest beginning at "Annapurna Cottage Industry” in 1987: Initially we started with a small investment to impart skills among unemployed youth (men and women) in leaf plate making in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh and over a period of time the scope of training/skill development was expanded to the neighboring state such as Chhattisgarh and Orissa at the instance of the respective DRDAs. As on date, we have trained over 1 lakh women in India and abroad.

Our main activities are:
Leaf Plate Making Technology and related technologies
Paper plate making machinery manufacturers
Sports-related equipments
Annatto seed braking machine in collaboration with CFTRI
Mud Block making technology upgraded to NIRDPR with high production using hydraulic equipment

CONTACT INFORMATION
Address:
RTP, NIRD, Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana, India 500030

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