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1 SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES AUTHOR: ALPANA TREHAN CHAPTER-7 © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 1

2  An SSE can be defined as a privately owned and operated business unit that is composed of a small number of employees and has relatively low turnover.  Small enterprises are those in which the management lies in the hands of one or two people who are responsible for the major decisions. --- P. Neck (1977) DEFINE SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 2

3  Small-Scale Industrial Undertaking  An industrial undertaking in which the investment in fixed assets, such as plant and machinery (whether held on ownership terms, on lease, or by hire-purchase) does not exceed ` 1 crore.  Ancillary Industrial Undertaking  An industrial undertaking that deals with the production of spare parts, components, sub-assemblies, and tooling, or the rendering of services.  Micro or Tiny Enterprise  An enterprise in which investment limit in plant and machinery is ` 25 lakhs irrespective of location of the unit. ENTERPRISES INCLUDED IN SMALL- SCALE SECTOR © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 3

4 Enterprises Investment in Plant and Machinery in Manufacturing Sector Investment in Equipment in Service Sector Micro Enterprises Does not exceed ` 25 lakhsDoes not exceed ` 10 lakhs Small Enterprises More than ` 25 lakhs, but does not exceed ` 5 crores More than ` 10 lakhs, but does not exceed ` 2 crores Medium Enterprises More than ` 5 crores, but does not exceed ` 10 crores More than ` 2 crores, but does not exceed ` 5 cores DISTINCTION AMONG MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 4

5  Labor Intensive  SSEs provide employment opportunities to individuals in urban and rural areas, which, in turn, enhances the economic position of the country.  Flexibility  SSEs adapt themselves as per the dynamic industrial environment.  Innovative  SSEs use new and innovative materials, methods of production, markets, sources of materials, and even new forms of organizations, such as sole proprietorship, partnership, and co-operatives.  Decentralization  SSEs facilitate a balanced growth of the economy as a whole due to dispersal of industries.  Outlet of Entrepreneurial Spirit  The enthusiasm, perseverance, and creativity of an individual, who establishes the enterprise. CHARACTERISTICS OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 5

6 Utilization of Domestic TechnologyTapping of SavingsBetter Utilization of Local ResourcesPoverty AlleviationHigher ProductivityComplement to Large IndustriesEmployment GenerationContribution to DecentralizationExport ContributionRegional Balance and Rural Development ROLE OF SSE S IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ECONOMY © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 6

7  There is an experienced note-worthy growth of the SSEs after independence.  They have played significant role in economic development, employment generation, and growth in export.  SSEs in India are of the following two types:  Traditional  Includes khadi, village industries, handlooms, handicrafts, sericulture, and coir industries  Modern  Includes textile products, wood, furniture, paper and printing, metal products, chemicals, rubber and plastic products, electrical machinery, and transport equipment SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES IN INDIAN ENVIRONMENT © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 7

8 Political Factors Economic Factors Technological Factors Socio-Cultural Factors FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SMALL- SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 8

9  Providing tax concessions to SSEs to promote investment in the small-scale sector  Granting relief to small-scale entrepreneurs in terms of repayment of loans  De-licensing the small-scale sector substantially  Increasing technological facilities  Facilitating adequate flow of credit  Improving infrastructure facilities and promoting marketing of products  Improving access to latest information by automating the government departments meant for supporting the small-scale sector  Initiating various services, such as advisory and mentoring services, technology business incubators, and supplier rating accreditation services INDUSTRIAL POLICIES RELATED TO SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 9

10  It include plans or schemes meant for the progress of SSEs by the government.  Mahalanobis was the first strategy formulated by the government for the promotion of SSEs and was evolved during the 2ndFive Year Plan.  The strategy envisaged that small-scale sector would have to bear the responsibility of fulfilling the growing needs of consumer goods in the economy. STRATEGIES RELATED TO SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 10

11  According to the third census on SSI:  1,05,21,190 units of small-scale enterprises in India  44 lakhs SSEs  61 lakhs SSSBEs  Several entrepreneurship development programs have started by Indian government  Crucial factors for rural entrepreneurship development programs:  Communication technology  Knowledge management  Science and business education  Accessibility to information ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS IN RURAL INDIA © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 11

12 1 Providing proper infrastructure and related services to enable the establishment of enterprises 2 Imparting entrepreneurial training 3 Providing support and resources to entrepreneurs STEPS FOR ESTABLISHING ENTREPRENEURIAL SYSTEM © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 12

13 1 Financial assistance 2 Technical assistance 3 Marketing assistance ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 13

14  An SSE cannot exist without the proper arrangement of financing.  The success of SSEs in developing countries, such as India, is laid by several financing programs by the government.  The government through financing programs provides finance to SSEs at less interest rates as compared to prevalent commercial rates.  The Prime Minister’s RozgarYojna is a scheme introduced by the government to encourage the youths of the country to involve in entrepreneurial activity. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 14

15  SSEs lack in accessing technology due to poor consultancy support/services for technological information.  Some of the centers established by the government are as follows:  National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC)  Software Technology Parks (STPs) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 15

16  The small-scale sector is characterized by the absence of strong brand presence in the market and unorganized marketing network.  Some of the schemes implemented by the government are as follows:  Government Purchase and Price Preference Policy  Market Development Assistance (MDA) Scheme  Vendor Development Programs (VDPs) MARKETING ASSISTANCE © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 16

17  One which fails to generate internal surplus on a continuing basis, and depends for its survival on frequent infusion of external funds. --- State Bank of India  A unit may be defined as sick, if it had incurred cash loss for one year and, in the judgment of the bank, is likely to continue to incur cash losses for the current year as well as the following year and which has an imbalance in its financial structure, such as current ratio of less than 1:1 and worsening debt equity ratio. --- Reserve Bank of India (1976) SICKNESS IN SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 17

18  Lack of Management Expertise  Resistance to Apply Basic Management Principles  Lack of Working Capital  Improper Cash Management  Inadequate Planning and Controlling  Lack of Marketing Expertise  Lack of Technical Expertise  Improper Assessment of Viability of Projects  Changes in Government Policy REASONS FOR SICKNESS IN SMALL- SCALE ENTERPRISES © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 18

19  RBI Guidelines  Monitoring Programs  Government Policy  Rehabilitation of Sick Units  Rescheduling/Rephasement of Loans/Advances  Debt Reconstruction Scheme (DRS)  Kapur Committee  Bureau of Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR)  Negotiated Settlement Scheme ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO PREVENT SICKNESS © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 19

20 Owner Production Assistant MultiplicationProcessingStorage Marketing Assistant PromotionDistributionSales ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF A SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISE © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 20

21  Marketing assistance and export promotion scheme  Participation in the International Exhibitions/ Fairs  Training Programmes on Packaging for Exports  Market Development Assistance Scheme for MSME exporters (MSME- MDA)  National Award for Quality Products  Packaging for exports  Technical & managerial consultancy services  National awards for quality products EXPORT PROMOTION MEASURES BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 21

22  Trade Fair Authority of India  Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)  Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC)  Export houses INSTITUTIONAL SETUP FOR EXPORT PROMOTION © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 22

23  The small-scale sector strives to make efficient utilization of capital, land, and labor to produce goods and services.  The small-scale sector contributes around 40% to the total exports of the country; therefore, accounts for an important segment of the Indian economy.  The Indian government has recognized the contributions of the small-scale sector in the socio-economic development of the country.  The government has set the target of annual growth of 12% and creation of 4.4 million additional jobs in the small-scale sector. RECAP © 2011, Dreamtech Press :: Chapter 7 23


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