Entrepreneurship/skill development is one of the key element for promotion of MSEs particularly the first generation entrepreneurs.
Competitiveness is determined by the productivity with which a nation uses its human, capital and natural resources. It is evident at both macro level as well as micro level.
DC(MSME) ensures better flow of credit to MSEs by minimizing the risk perception of financial institutions and banks through various schemes.
DC(MSME) launched MSE-CDP for holistic development of selected MSEs clusters through value chain and supply chain management on co-operative basis.
Marketing is key to the success of any enterprise and it is more relevant in regard to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). This sector is characterized by absence of strong brand.
A single comprehensive act for development and regulation of small enterprises had been a long outstanding demand of the Sector so as to free it from a plethora of laws and regulations and visit of inspectors.
Government of India has approved to upgrade and expand the network of MSME Technology Centres across India. Ministry of MSME.
There are a number of schemes and programmes to help and assist entrepreneurs, especially small businesses. Besides this, several other Ministries have also been supporting the cause of MSME sector.
Various stakeholders have been advocating a MSME Policy for India. The sweep of the sector is so wide, so varied and so differentiated that a single size „fit all‟ will not work.
The Office of Development Commissioner (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) has signed MOUs with CSIR and IISc, Bangalore for supporting design intervention and productisation.
All grievances relating to to State Governments / Union Territory Administrations and Government of NCT Region of Delhi, are to be redressed by the State/ UT/ NCT Government concerned.
The Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in India have seen a vast development in the last five decades. The MSMEs have registered tremendous growth as.
The Government has announced formulation of National Competitiveness Programme in 2005 with an objective to support the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Autonomous Bodies are set up whenever it is felt that certain functions need to be discharged outside the governmental set up with some amount of independence and flexibility.
A total of 18 Autonomous Bodies fall with in the purview of Development Commissioner (MSME).Their approach towards achieving goals through different day to day activities are being monitored by this office through management Information System.
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The Rewards of Owning own business yields many rewards the flexibility of setting your own hours, the freedom of being your own boss, and the invaluable privilege of doing the work you love.
Awareness of all prgrammes, schemes and events is done by the Ministry in print and electronic media including social media.