• Ministry of Railways has launched One station one product Scheme (OSOP) scheme over Indian Railways to promote ‘Vocal for Local’ vision and create additional income opportunities for marginalised section.
  • As of 1 May, the OSOP scheme covered 728 railway stations with 785 OSOP outlets in 21 states and three union territories.
  • Under the scheme, OSOP stalls at railway stations offer a diverse range of products unique to their respective regions, including handicrafts, textiles, traditional garments, and local agricultural produce and processed foods.
  • The stalls are designed uniformly through the National Design Institute to ensure consistency and promote the scheme’s visibility and reach.
  • OSOP outlets offer products specific to the area and include artefacts made by indigenous tribes, handlooms by local weavers, handicrafts like world-famous wood carving, chikankari and zari-zardozi work on clothes, spices, tea, coffee, and other processed/semi-processed food items/products indigenously grown in the area.
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