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msme-THMB-2010.jpg Mishra for separate polices, simple processes to help MSMEs

Kalraj Mishra
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SME Times News Bureau | 23 Jan, 2014
Union Minister for micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME), Kalraj Mishra has said that the government is simplifying the process and framing separate policy for the sector to facilitate MSMEs more.

"The facilities which entrepreneurs should get are not there like single window system. We are simplifying the process to facilitate entrepreneurs," he told media on the side lines of a representation from Laghu Udyog Bharati in New Delhi on Saturday.

He said. "If work is done properly, effectively and on priority basis in this sector, then we can see that a person with minimum income can get employment. He can feel self reliant."

He said the MSME ministry is encouraging small entrepreneurs by which they can stand strongly. The Minister said that till now MSME was governed by the industrial policy and does not have a policy of its own.

"We are in process of framing a separate policy for MSME sector," he added.

Minister had received a representation from Laghu Udyog Bharati, a Delhi based organisation which promotes small scale industries.

In their representation to the minister, they demanded the establishment of a welfare commission for SMEs with quasi-judicial powers to oversee the implementation of different government schemes intended for MSMEs.

The organisation also demanded representation in MSME board as well as other related bodies including the National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) and National Skill Development Council.

The minister assured that he would look into their demands and take appropriate decision.
 
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Please SME, KVIC
Sudhir Sonawane | Wed Jul 2 09:18:58 2014
Dear Sir, please give the loan limit in the KVIC schemes. regards


BENIFIT OF MSME UNITS
KALPESH SHAH | Wed Jul 2 07:50:55 2014
SIR,I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS BENEFIT FOR MICRO SMALL SCALE UNIT,FROM WHERE I WILL GET THESE KNOWLEDGE PL.GUIDE. I AM MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ITEM,SO I REQUIRE SOME BENEFIT PL.GUIDE ME


problem of smes
P RAJESH KUMAR | Thu Jun 26 11:38:59 2014
sir, i suffered all the time to time, our area has not more banks, there are more peoples are interested for built industry but banks are not support me / others. i have already running a cashew industry but there working capital is not sufficient, there raw materials is very high rate. next i have built a cold storage Orissa govt decleare 75% subsidy but our areas (Orissa) officials staff not support . please these matters solve him.


Framing new policies for MSMEs
S. L. Bailey | Wed Jun 25 20:07:26 2014
Isn't it amazing every new Minister of SME plans to frame new policies for SMEs and every Govt official is interested in framing the SMEs. SMEs are the greatest contributors to the nation at very low cost. All the best Mishraji, looking forward to seeing intentions translate into implementations.


SSI Benefits
Bhavesh parmar | Wed Jun 25 10:41:26 2014
I feel that all the SSI Benefits are on papers only. I approached several banks for getting SME loans no bank is ready to give special Interest rates for SSI unit . Similarly all other benefits which I read are almost impossible to receive or else we need an agent to get those benefits .

  Re: SSI Benefits
Dr Mrs Sushma Joiya Pandit | Wed Jul 2 15:15:57 2014
Mr Bhavesh Parmar, please you go to MSMEDI to have information and District Trade and Industries will get you all the benefits within the rules.


TOO MANY ORGANISATIONS AND TOO MANY DEPARTMENTS FOR DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF BUSINESS
Er. P. BHASKER NAIDU | Wed Jun 25 07:50:34 2014
THESE DAY THERE ARE TOO MANY DEPARTMENTS & TOO MANY FORUMS FOR DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF BUSINESS. THERE SHOULD BE ONLY A FEW FORUMS WHO ADDRESS ALL ISSUES RELATING TO DEIFFERENT BUSINESS SECTIONS.

  Re: TOO MANY ORGANISATIONS AND TOO MANY DEPARTMENTS FOR DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF BUSINESS
Dr Mrs Sushma Joiya Pandit | Wed Jul 2 15:13:30 2014
That is the only reason that even after spending lot of money on skill development the result is zero. Because Entrepreneurship Skill Development Training is the duty of Ministry of MSME and not the duty of National council of Skill Development. All the money of Skill Development be transferred to a single department of MSME.


Central subsidy for MSME
Hitesh | Wed Jun 25 07:05:53 2014
We have start chemical pesticides unit. We need required about subsidy from central Government.


MSME and Skill Development
Dr Mrs Sushma Joiya Pandit | Wed Jun 25 06:20:02 2014
It is a pleasure to know that Hon'ble Shri Kalraj Mishra ji is taking lot of interest to bring Industrial Revolution in the country. Entrepreneurship is the backbone of Development for any country. It is the Ministry of MSME which can eradicate poverty from the country through Entrepreneurship Skill Development training for the prospective entrepreneurs. We would like to stress upon a fact that the job of skill development be assigned to Ministry of MSME and not to other department or council. Ministry of MSME have trained senior officers who are engaged in developing the skills for the last SIXTY years and the question of forming a separate council for skill development does not arise. NCSD should be abolished with immediate effect to save money. Let Mr Kalraj Mishra perform the duty of eradicating poverty through entrepreneurship.


details for biomass briquetting units
prateek goel. 09896362647 | Tue Jun 24 18:02:43 2014
Sir I want to setup a biomass briquetting plant which attracts many exemptions and financial help from the govt. But getting difficulty. I do not even know the procedure for land conversion foe setting up plant and need for various licence I.e forest licence , clu ,etc. Please help us. Some people say we need a chipper licence from forest for crushing biomass waste to convert to briquette. There is no clarity for land conversion of agriculture land to set up plant. Will there be need for pollution dept NOC.


 
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