Presentation on theme: "MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE"— Presentation transcript:
1MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE (BRANCH)AUTONAGARVISAKHAPATNAM( MINISTRY OF MSME, GOVT. OF INDIA)A presentation by K R K Prasad, Director, MSME-DI, (Br) ,Visakhapatnam
2OBJECTIVE of the Organization "Imparting greater vitality and growth impetus to the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in terms of output, employment and exports and instilling a competitive culture based on heightened technology awareness."
3MSME-DI ( Vizag) hierarchical structure Min of MSMEDC(MSME)MSME-DI HyderabadBr. MSME-DI, VizagSeparate Ministry dedicated to promotion of MSME sectorApex body for formulating policy for MSME developmentPresent jurisdiction extends to 5 coastal districts of Skk, Vzn, Vizag, EG & WG
4The MSMED Act, 2006 – a paradigm shift Service sector recognized. ‘Industry’ replaced by ‘Enterprise’Micro enterprise recognized as a separate categoryMedium enterprise defined for the first timeLegal provision for delayed payments strengthenedStatutory basis to purchase policy and National Board for MSMEsRegistration of MSMEs made optional
5Definition of M S M E Manufacturing sector ( Investment limits in Plant & Machinery)Service sector( Investment limit in Equipment)MicroUpto Rs 25 lakhsUpto Rs 10 lakhsSmallUpto Rs 5 croresUpto Rs 2 croreMediumUpto Rs 10 croreUpto Rs 5 crore
6ACTIVITIES OF MSME-DI (BR) Assistance for start-ups:Free consultancy inSelection of product, location, process, machinery etc.Assistance in Project Report preparationGuidance in getting registrations (preliminary and permanent) and other documentation requiredLiaisoning with other development agencies for providing support to start- ups.
7Assistance to start-ups Training :Prospective entrepreneurs or their personnel are provided training in the areas of1. Industrial Motivation Camps2. Entrepreneurship Development3 . Entrepreneurship and Skill Development4. Management Development
8Industrial motivation campaigns (IMC) Organized with a view to motivate youngsters towards self-employment by starting small enterprises.Educated young people are introduced to the exciting world of entrepreneurship, its advantages and challenges.They are encouraged to give shape to their ideas Are explained about the Govt and Non Govt machinery existing to assist them.Organized mostly in Engg colleges, degree colleges and MBA colleges, as also in villages and small towns
9Entrepreneurship Skill development programmes A start-up entrepreneur lacks real-time knowledge of running an enterprise. Entrepreneurship Development Programmes ( EDPs / ESDPs ) of MSME-DI exposes him to various aspects like :information on product/process design,manufacturing practices involved,testing and quality control,selection and usage of appropriate machinery and equipments,project profile preparation,marketing avenues/techniques,product/service pricing,export opportunities,infrastructure facilities available,financial and financial institutions,cash flow, etcSocially and Economically backward groups are given priority. Stipendiary programmes are organized for them.
10Management Development Programmes Aim to sharpen the Managerial and decision-taking skills of existing/prospective entrepreneurs.Help in increasing productivity and efficiency of existing units through better Management practices.Scope covers areas like Industrial Management, Human Resource Development, Marketing Management, Export Documentation, Materials Management, IPR, Communication skills, etc.
11Finance related Assistance to start-ups: CGMSE Credit Guarantee Scheme for MSEs ( CGS) provides credit ( term loan and working capital) to start-up MSEs / existing MSEs without the hassles of collateral/third party guarantee. MSEs within credit cap of Rs100 lakhs are eligible. Guarantee cover is to the extent of 75% ( 80% for women entrepreneurs) of sanctioned credit, with max guarantee cap of Rs 62.5 lakh ( Rs. 65 lakh for women entrp)
12CGMSEGuarantee cover is 85% for Micro units for credit upto Rs 5 lakhsAll Scheduled Commercial Banks, some Regional Rural Banks, SIDBI and NSIC are eligible Member Lending Institutions (MLIs)Manufacturing or Service MSEs are eligible .(except retail trade)Guarantee fee of 1 .5% of sanctioned loan between 5 to 100 lakhs payable upfront ( 1% for loans less than 5 lakhs)Annual service fee of 0.75% of amount guaranteed ( 0.5% for loans less than 5 lakhs)Interest rate shall not exceed 3% over and above the Prime lending rate of the bank.
13Schemes for existing entrepreneurs Schemes for MSMEs are classified under:MSME-DO SchemesNational Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme
14Schemes of Min. of MSME : For Marketing Marketing Development Assistance: MSME-DI facilitates MSEs to participate in selected International Trade Fairs by reimbursing 50% of cost towards space rent and75% of airfare. (limited to Rs lakhs per MSE) ( 100% for Women, SC/ST/NER)International Co-operation Scheme:Assistance for participation of MSME delegation in Int Trade Fairs, Market survey, Business Development.Assistance for organizing International conferences in India or abroadVendor Development programmes: organized with an aim to promote vendor registration and increase participation of MSMEs in supplying to PSUs/ Govt Depts etc in accordance to Public Procurement Policy.20 Products reserved for exclusive manufacture by Micro & Small enterprises.
15Reserved products Pickles & chutneys Steel almirah Bread Rolling shuttersMustard oil ( excpt solvent extracted)Steel chairs – all typesSteel tables- all other typesGround nut oil ( excpt solvent extracted)Steel furniture – all other typesPadlocksWooden furniture and fixturesStainless steel utensilsExercise books and registersDomestic utensils – AluminiumWax candlesLaundry soapSafety matchesFire worksAgarbathiesGlass bangles
16For Technology Upgradation CLCSS: Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme provides 15% subsidy to MSEs adopting specific identified modern technology . List of identified technologies available atISO 9000/14000 Scheme : Reimbursement of expenses incurred in acquiring ISO 9000, 14000, HACCP standards s.t max of Rs /-
17Vendor Development – Public Procurement Policy Every Central Ministry/Department / PSU to set goals for procuring products/services from MSEs.From April 2015, 20% purchases from MSEs by all Central Ministries, Depts and PSUs becomes mandatory.4% of the total purchase should be from SC/ST MSE entrepreneurs. ( i.e, 20% of above mentioned 20%)Price preference: In tender, if an MSE quotes price within L1 + 15%, and L1 when L1 is quoted by a non-MSE., then MSE should be allowed to supply a portion of the requirement by bringing down price toTender sets to be provided free of cost. MSEs to be exempted from paying EMD.358 items reserved for exclusive purchase from MSEs.
18For Women entrepreneurs – TREAD Aims at providing financial assistance to women who have no access to credit.Funding done through NGOs30% GoI grant for income generating activities for group of women through NGOGrant of upto Rs 1 lakhs for Training organizations to conduct training programmes for empowerment of women.
19MSE-Cluster Development Programme Aims at sustainable growth of MSEs by addressing common issues , and capacity building of MSEs for common supportive action.To create /upgrade infrastructural facilities in new or existing clusters, and to set up common facility centres in the clustersProvides for soft interventions like training, exposure, tech upgradation, brand equity, business development etc. GoI grant of 75% subject to a max project cost of Rs 25 lakhs per clusterHard interventions like setting up CFC. GoI grant of 70% of project cost of 15 Cr. ( for SC/ST/Women cluster 90% grant)
20Export promotion Training in Export Packaging Management Development Programmes in Export procedures and DocumentationSeminars on WTO
21National Manufacturing Competitiveness Programme ( NMCP) Schemes Promoting use of Bar codeEstablishment of IncubatorsPromoting Lean ManufacturePromoting QMS/QTTDesign ClinicsTechnology & Quality Upgradation ( TEQUP)Marketing & Tech. UpgradationPromoting ICT among MSMEs
22Promoting use of Bar code Scheme aims at motivating MSEs to use Bar Code. Helps MSEs in better inventory control, easy market access, business developmentScheme provides reimbursement of 75% of One time fee and three years’ annual fee
23Establishment of Business Incubators Scheme provides financial assistance to established Institutions to set up Business Incubators for incubating new business ideas.Rs 100 crore earmarked for developing 100 incubators. Each incubator to develop 10 new ideas
24Promoting Lean Manufacture Aims to create awareness among MSMEs about optimum utilization of resources, time, space etc leading to increased competitivenessTo be implement through a cluster based approachMSMEs assisted in creation of SPV, implementation of Lean techniques
25Improving productivity through use of Quality Management Standards & Quality Technology Tools Aims at creating awareness among MSMEs on use of quality management standards for becoming globally competitive.MSMEs can improve product quality, reduction in rejections, time saving etc using these tools.MSME-DIs assist in creating awareness about, and in implementation of QMS/QTT
26Intellectual Property Rights Scheme aims to create awareness on the need for protecting intellectual properties by MSMEs.Scheme provides financial assistance for ( by way of reimbursement) :Domestic patent registration Rs0.25 lakhsInternational patent registration – Rs lakhsGI registration – Rs 1.00 lakhOther assistance for conducting Awareness programmes (upto Rs 1 lakh), starting IPR Facilitation Centre ( Rs 65 lakhs) etc.
27Design ClinicScheme aims at bringing Indian MSMEs and design experts on a common platform to enable MSMEs access expert advice and cost effective solutions in solving designing problems.Helps MSMEs move up value chain from mere manufacturers to design and manufacture.Fin. Asst. As a grant of 60% of total project cost upto Rs 9 lakhs for individual ( or not more than 3 MSMEs)For a group of 4 or more MSMEs, grant is 60% of approved project cost, or Rs 15 lakhs, whichever is less.NID Ahmadabad , IISC Bangalore and CSIR are nodal agencies for the scheme.
28TEQUP – ( Technology & Quality Upgradation ) Scheme aims at sensitizing Indian MSMEs to adopt Energy Efficient technologiesAlso aims at encouraging MSMEs to go in for product quality improvement through international and national certification.Awareness camps for sensitizing MSMEs with expert organizations like BEE/TERI, UNIDO etc
29TEQUP contdGoI grant of 25% ( of approved cost as per DPR) for implementing Energy Efficient Technologies.Reimbursement of 75% of application fee, license fee, product testing charges, inspection fee of Certification body to MSMEs for National certification ( upto Rs 1.5 lakhs) and International Certification ( Upto Rs 2 lakhs)
30MATU - (Marketing and Technology Upgradation ) Assistance for participating in local exhibitions/trade fairs ( train fare, space rent ) upto max of Rs 30,000/ - reimbursed.Assistance for adopting Good Governance Practices like Limited Liability Partnership ( LLP) etc.Reimbursement for acquiring ISO ,ISO22000 and ISO27000 Certification
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