by Rajen KumarDildaar or Daag-daag? Redefining Delhi's Tagline?
Rather than forward a mail, which disturbed me no ends, to the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, I have thought it prudent that I share it with my readers. For, I am not sure if the mail...
Special ReportsMay 2013
According to, “The State of Food and Agriculture Report 2012”, “world agriculture needs to feed a projected population of more than 9 billion people by 2050, some 2 billion...
NMCP Schemes to Enhance Competitiveness of SMEs
National Competitiveness Programme was formulated in 2005 with an objective to support the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in their endeavor to become competitive and adjust the competitive pressure caused by liberalization and moderation of tariff rates.
Wings of desire
Today, Wings Travels has come long way with presence all across Maharashtra serving various multinationals. Unfazed by recession, the company has registered a huge growth and is poised to scale greater heights in the near future. “Past two years have been very good for us.
Financial Assistance For Use of Bar-Code
Bar Coding can have a significant impact on the success of any enterprise/ company and organisation. Timely and accurate capture of product information and its communication electronically across the Supply Chain ahead of physical product flow is critical to lowering inventory costs, in accurate sales forecasting & dynamic production scheduling and in product track and trace. Bar Coding not only facilitates the exchange of information between buyers and sellers, but also provides the potential for better visibility and sharing of information across an entire Supply Chain.
Market Development Assistance Scheme for MSMEs
Participation by manufacturing Small & Micro Enterprises in International Trade Fairs/ Exhibitions under MSME India stall. Sector specific market studies by Industry Associations/ Export Promotion Councils/ Federation of Indian Export Organisation. Initiating/ contesting anti-dumping cases by MSME Associations and Reimbursement of 75% of one time registration fee (w.e.f. Ist January 2002) and 75% of annual fees (recurring) (w.e.f. Ist June 2007) paid to GSI (Formerly EAN India) by Small & Micro units for the first three years for bar code.
Government Schemes for SMEs
Indian Government launches schemes to boost the SME's and help them become more innovative, efficient and competitive. MSMED Act, 2006 - a landmark initiative taken by the Government of India to enable the SME address the issues and challenges and reap the benefits of the global market.
Have a look at the Government Schemes for Entrepreneurs
Government of India launches initiatives to sustain 6% growth. SME World presents a quick round up of some of the major initiatives of the government over the years to sustain entrepreneurship in INDIA.
- Winner of appreciation award for promoting SMEs in India.
- 1st ever Indian magazine to penetrate tier II, III cities & the rural belt.
- Industry Partnerships include CII, FICCI, ASSOCHAM, PHDCC, AIMA, ITPO, SME Network, Federation of Indian Micro Small Enterprises (FISME)
- Official Magazine Partners for several national & international MSME events.
The Last Word
Times were when we celebrated with fervour and flavour hallowed days like 'Teacher's Day', 'Labour Day', 'Flag Day' etc. but as modern times invaded our lives, we borrowed 'days' for us. Today,...
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