Hon. Giriraj Singh

Hon'ble MSME Minister

Sh Arun Panda

MSME Secretary IAS

Sh Ram Mohan Mishra

Add. secretary & development commisionar


SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES



  • The role of micro, small and medium enterprises(MSMEs) are well established in the economic and social development of the country. This sector contributes 8 per cent of the country’s GDP, 45 per cent of the manufacturing output and 40 per cent of its export. The MSMEs provide employment to about 60 million persons through 26 million enterprises.


  • In accordance with micro small and medium enterprises development (MSMED) Act 2006 the MSME are classified into:-

1. Manufacturing/Production of goods
2. Providing/Rendering of services

Manufacturing Enterprises


  • The Manufacturing Enterprises have been defined in terms of investment in plant and machinery(excluding land and building) and further classified into:-

1. Micro Enterprises-investment up to Rs25 lakh
2. Small Enterprises-investment above Rs25 lakh and upto Rs5 crore
3. Medium Enterprises-investment above Rs5 crore and up to Rs10 crore

Service Enterprises


  • The Manufacturing Enterprises have been defined in terms of investment in plant and machinery(excluding land and building) and further classified into:-

1. Micro Enterprises-investment up to Rs10 lakh
2. Small Enterprises-investment above Rs10 lakh and up to Rs2crore
3. Medium Enterprises-investment above Rs2 crore and up to Rs5 crore


INITIATIVES OF THE MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSME) IN RECENT YEARS.

The scheme is implemented by Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) functioning as the nodal agency at the national level. At the state level, the scheme is implemented through State KVIC Directorates, State Khadi and Village Industries Boards (KVIBs), District Industries Centres (DICs) and banks. In such cases KVIC routes government subsidy through designated banks for eventual disbursal to the beneficiaries / entrepreneurs directly into their bank accounts.
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The purpose of rating scheme is to provide a trusted third party opinion on the capabilities and creditworthiness of the micro & small enterprises (MSEs) so as to create awareness amongst MSEs about the strengths and weakness of their existing operations. This provides them an opportunity to improve and enhance their organizational strengths and credit worthiness, so that they can access credit at cheaper rates and on easy terms. It also facilitates them in increasing their acceptability from Customers / Buyers and Vendors. Rating under the scheme is a combination of credit and performance factors. Rating symbols are standardized and followed uniformly by all Rating Agencies.
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Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) jointly established a Trust named Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) in order to implement Credit Guarantee Scheme for Micro and Small Enterprises. The corpus of CGTMSE is contributed by Government of India and SIDBI. 75% of the loan amount to the bank is guaranteed by the Trust Fund.
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The Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate (ISEC) Scheme is an important mechanism of funding khadi programme undertaken by khadi institutions. It was introduced to mobilise funds from banking institutions for filling the gap between the actual fund requirements and availability of funds from budgetary sources.
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The Market Promotion and Development Assistance Scheme (MPDA) has been launched as a unified scheme by merging different schemes implemented by the Khadi sector including publicity, marketing, market promotion and marketing development assistance. Further, grant/subsidy will also be available for construction of Khadi plazas. The overall objective of the scheme is to ensure increased earnings for artisans.
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The main objectives of the scheme are to: To organize the traditional industries and artisans into clusters in order to make them, competitive and provide support for their long term sustainability; To provide sustained employment for traditional industry artisans and rural entrepreneurs; To enhance marketability of products of such clusters by providing support for new products, design intervention and improved packaging and also the improvement of marketing Infrastructure; To equip traditional artisans of the associated clusters with the improved skills and capabilities through training and exposure visits; To make provision for common facilities and improved tools and equipments for artisans; To strengthen the cluster governance systems with the active participation of the stakeholders, so that they are able to gauge the emerging challenges and opportunities and respond to them in a coherent manner; To build up innovative and traditional skills, improved technologies, advanced processes, market intelligence and new models of public-private partnerships, so as to gradually replicate similar models of cluster- based regenerated traditional industries.
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The interventions under CVY Scheme envisage a wide range of activities like skill development of artisans, mahila coir yojana, for modernization, upgradation and/or establishing a new unit under Coir Industry Technology Upgradation Scheme (CITUS), promoting the domestic as well as export market, providing of trade and industry related functional support services, and welfare of coir workers.
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The Interest Subsidy Eligibility Certificate (ISEC) Scheme is an important mechanism of funding khadi programme undertaken by khadi institutions. It was introduced to mobilise funds from banking institutions for filling the gap between the actual fund requirements and availability of funds from budgetary sources.
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The objectives of the scheme include inculcating Zero Defect & Zero Effect practices in manufacturing processes, ensure continuous improvement and supporting the Make in India initiative. The ZED Certification scheme is an extensive drive to create proper awareness in MSMEs about ZED manufacturing and motivate them for assessment of their enterprise for ZED and support them. After ZED assessment, MSMEs can reduce wastages substantially, increase productivity, expand their market as IOPs, become vendors to CPSUs, have more IPRs, develop new products and processes etc. The scheme envisages promotion of Zero Defect and Zero Effect (ZED) manufacturing amongst MSMEs and ZED Assessment for their certification so as to: Develop an Ecosystem for Zero Defect Manufacturing in MSMEs. Promote adaptation of Quality tools/systems and Energy Efficient manufacturing. Enable MSMEs for manufacturing of quality products. Encourage MSMEs to constantly upgrade their quality standards in products and processes. Drive manufacturing with adoption of Zero Defect production processes and without impacting the environment. Support ‘Make in India’ campaign. Develop professionals in the area of ZED manufacturing and certification.
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The main objectives of the scheme are to: (i) Create new jobs and reduce unemployment (ii) Promote entrepreneurship culture in India (iii) Boost Grassroots economic development at district level (iv) Facilitate innovative business solution for un-met social needs, and (v) Promote innovation to further strengthen the competitiveness of the MSME sector.
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The scheme covers the following activities: a) Visit of MSME delegations to other countries in international exhibitions/ trade fairs, conferences/ summits/workshops etc. for exploring new areas of technology infusion/upgradation, joint ventures, improving market of MSMEs products, etc. b) Participation of MSME delegations in international exhibitions, trade fairs and buyer-seller meets in foreign countries. c) Holding international conferences/summits/workshops/seminars relating to MSME sector to be organized in India by the Industry Associations/ Government organizations. d) Holding/organising mega international exhibition or fair and international conferences/seminars/workshops, Joint Committee Meetings/Joint Working Group Meetings/Government to Government bilateral meetings with outer countries in India by Ministry of MSME or organizations under it. e) Sending a delegation of the Ministry of MSME to an International Exhibition/Fairs/Conference in foreign countries.
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The marketing assistance scheme provides assistance for the following activities: a) Organisation of exhibitions abroad and participation in international exhibitions/ trade fairs b) Co-sponsoring of exhibitions organised by other organisations/industry associations/ agencies; c) Organising buyer-seller meets, intensive campaigns and marketing promotion activities.
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To encourage manufacturing Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in tapping and developing domestic/overseas markets, facilitate marketing linkages through Vendor Development Programmes and educate on relevant topics of marketing by organising International and National Workshop/seminar.
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The assistance is provided to National level training institutions operating under the Ministry of MSME, namely, NIMSME, KVIC, Coir Board, Tool Rooms, NSIC & MGIRI in the form of capital grant for the purpose of creation and strengthening of infrastructure and support for entrepreneurship development and skill development training programmes. Assistance is also provided to those State level EDIs that enter into partnership with NIMSME for capacity development for undertaking studies & research on MSME issues. The scheme also provides research grant upto Rs 15.00 lakh on MSME issues. MSME chair are also sanctioned in premier National academic institutions.
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TThe Ministry of MSME has adopted cluster development approach for enhancing productivity and competitiveness as well as capacity building of MSEs. The Scheme supports financial assistance for establishment of Common Facility Centres (CFCs) for testing, training centres, R&D, Effluent Treatment, raw material depot, complementing production processes etc. and to create/upgrade infrastructural facilities (IDs) in the new/existing industrial areas/clusters of MSE’s such as power distribution network, water, telecommunication, drainage and pollution control facilities, roads, banks, raw materials, storage and marketing outlets, common service facilities and technological backup services for MSEs in the new/existing industrial estates/areas.
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