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...
NSIC: Asset or Liability?
Today the scenario is different. The world has recognized SME sector as a major driving force of economies everywhere.
Many of the organizations and institutions, though rendered redundant, continue to be there without any thought, whatsoever, given to their role in the present industrial scenario. Have such public sector bodies become liabilities on the nation? How much do they cost the public exchequer? Why these bodies are continuing to be there?
SME WORLD plans a series on such public sector bodies and will discuss in detail their role, usefulness, performance in the present industrial milieu.
The first in the series will be a detailed write-up on The National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC).
- 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.
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