SME Times News Bureau | 15 Nov, 2018
Union Minister of State for MSME, Giriraj Singh,
inaugurated the MSME pavilion at the 38th India International Trade
Fair (IITF) in New Delhi on Thursday.
Speaking on the occasion the Minister said that
quality manufacturing and inclusive growth of village industries plays a key
role in the development of the country.
The Ministry of MSME has set up its stall under
the banner of MSME Expo 2018. Over 50 MSME entrepreneurs are showcasing their
products at the stall. The theme of this year’s Expo is “Rural enterprises in
The MSME Expo exhibits are on Solar Charkha
Scheme Products, Process Development Centres, Skill Development and Procurement
Marketing Assistance Schemes.
The Theme Pavilion of the Fair is on Rural
Enterprises in India and it focuses on two flagship programmes of the Ministry
Cluster Development Programme with special focus
on fragrance & flavour development and Solar Charkha Mission. Other schemes
of the Ministry are also exhibited in the pavilion.
Women entrepreneurs, SC and ST entrepreneurs from
North-Eastern States and minorities are participating in the Fair.
A wide range of products which includes
engineering goods, food, handicrafts, leather, textiles and hosiery, electrical
and electronic appliances, auto components, readymade garments, gems &
jewellery, cosmetics and herbal products are being displayed in the MSME Expo,
The Union Minister of State also inaugurated the
Khadi Pavilion set up by the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC).
During the inauguration, Additional Secretary
& Development Commissioner MSME, Ram Mohan Mishra, and Chairman KVIC, Vinai
Kumar Saxena, were also