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The ‘One Station One Product’ (OSOP) is a scheme launched by the Government of India

Published on March 13, 2024
Current Context: The ‘One Station One Product’ (OSOP) is a scheme launched by the Government of India with the aim to promote local products and provide additional income opportunities for marginalized sections of society.
PM inaugurated ‘One Station One Product’ (OSOP) stalls at 205 railway stations
  • Under this scheme, stalls are set up at railway stations to showcase and sell local/indigenous products.
  • These products are specific to the place and include artifacts, handlooms, handicrafts, and other processed/semi-processed food items/products indigenously grown in the area.
  • As of May 1, 2023, 728 stations were covered with 785 OSOP outlets in 21 States and 3 Union Territories across the country.
  • Recently, on March 12, 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the OSOP stalls at 205 railway stations across Southern Railway, including 168 in Tamil Nadu, through video conferencing.

Question:

Q.1 What is the aim of the ‘One Station One Product’ (OSOP) scheme?
a. To promote local products and provide additional income opportunities for marginalized sections of society
b. To promote foreign products and provide additional income opportunities for the rich
c. To promote local products and provide additional income opportunities for the government
d. None of the above
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