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[CATALOG MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL FOR BOYONIKA(handloom industry)-ODISHA] | The Objective of the Project is to design the Boyonika’s Catalogue Management Application which will display the dynamic pages of different textile & handloom products. The application will contain module like Online Information of different products, Employee Directory & address and skills of weavers |

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* ABOUT THE HANDLOOM INDUSTRY * BOYONIKA * PROPOSAL DETAILS FOR CATALOG MANAGEMENT OF BOYONIKA * Objective of the project * PHASE 1 * BOYANIKA Application * CATALOG MANAGEMENT * OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM * FEATURES OF THE APPLICATION * SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS * SYSTEM DESCRIPTIONS * PROCESS FLOW * ARCHIVING OLD DATA * COST ESTIMATION(approximate data) * TIMEFRAME * PHASE -2 * HARDWARE * PAYMENT GATEWAY PROCESS FLOW * PHASE -3 * CONNECTIVITY * SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS * BENEFITS FROM THE PROJECT * CONCLUSION * REFERENCES

ABOUT THE HANDLOOM INDUSTRY
The Handloom division assumes an exceptionally significant part in the nation's economy. Actually, that is not all; it is likewise the second biggest industry in India with paramount sections, for example autonomous power weavers, material factories, handlooms and pieces of clothing .Handlooms have been known to India right from the historic ages. The use of fabrics, techniques created to make designer art pieces and expressing ethnicity through them has been an integral part of India's base. Its power is such that Handloom industry constitutes around 14 percent of total preindustrial production and 30 percent of the total export business. Well, that's not all; it is also the second largest industry in India with important segments, such as independent power looms, modern textile mills, handlooms and garments. This…...

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