Which State is the largest producer of rubber in India ?

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  • Kerala
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 1st April 2015 in General Knowledge.
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Answer: Kerala

Kerala is the largest producer of rubber in India. After Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, India is the fourth largest producer of natural rubber. Indian southern state Kerala is the largest producer of rubber contribution near about 90% of the total production of NR in India.
The Rubber Board is a statutory body constituted by the Government of India, under the Rubber Act 1947. There are nine departments and four divisions in the Rubber Board of India.

RE: Which State is the largest producer of rubber in India ?

The nine departments are;
Rubber Productions Department
Rubber Research Institute of India
Processing and Product Development Department
Training Department
Administration Department
Finance and Accounts Department
Licensing and Excise Duty Department
Statistics and Planning Department
Market Promotion Department

The four division are;
Publicity and Public Relations Division
Planning Division
Vigilance Division
Internal Audit

There are some major rubber industries in Kottayam, Which form the basis of Kottayam rubber industry. These rubber units are listed below:
Rubco
Midas Rubber Pvt. Ltd.
Intermix Factory
MRF Ltd

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 2nd April 2015.
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