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Surat: MSME entrepreneurs should now also focus on IPR entrepreneurship: Nilesh Trivedi

A full day ‘MSME and Banking Conclave’ was organized at Platinum Hall, Sarsana on Thursday as a joint initiative of South Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry and District Industries Centre. In which fiasco president Bharat Gandhi was present as the chief guest.

MSME sector develops industry with less capital 7 of employment opportunities : Himanshu Bodawala

Chamber of Commerce President Himanshu Bodawala said that the MSME sector has emerged as a vibrant sector in the last five years. It not only provides employment opportunities but can further develop the industry with low capital cost. MSMEs are also helpful in setting up industries in rural and backward areas. MSMEs account for about 30% of India’s GDP and there are more than 65 lakh MSMEs operating in the country and more than 4 lakh MSMEs operating in Gujarat. New schemes for MSMEs are implemented by the Central Government and the Government of Gujarat from time to time. Today’s conclave was organized with an aim to provide information about various MSME incentives and subsidies of Central and State Government and special loans from various banks to industrialists, traders and entrepreneurs of South Gujarat including Surat from one platform.

For the development of MSMEs, banks should also give loans up to Rs 2 crore without collateral: Bharat Gandhi

Fiasvi President Bharat Gandhi said, MSME sector is the engine of economic growth for the country and the biggest job creator after agriculture. The government should protect the industry with safe guard duty, but import duty should not be imposed for small industries to get raw materials. A-Tough Scheme and Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme should be relaunched for the benefit of small scale industries. For the development of MSMEs, banks should also give loans up to Rs 2 crore without collateral.

MSME entrepreneur does production, marketing, branding and financial management : Nilesh Trivedi

Nilesh Trivedi, Assistant Director, Ministry of MSME, Government of India said that an MSME entrepreneur does production, marketing, branding and financial management. Therefore, it needs education on how to transfer business development proposition. For this they can take advantage of CGTMSE scheme. He gave detailed information about the assistance schemes of the Central Government to MSME entrepreneurs. He informed about the MSME Innovative Scheme, Design Component and Design IPR registration in MSMEs and asked the businessmen that trademarks should be taken for processing, packaging and distribution of products in the business and IPR should also focus on entrepreneurship. Traders are important for MSMEs. Huh. So he appealed to all the traders to register under MSME.

Five lakh MSME enterprises to be registered on portal, 2.5 crore to be registered in two years: Vikas Gupta

Vikas Gupta, Joint Director and Head of Office, MSME Development Institute-Ahmedabad (IIDS), Government of India, said that if small entrepreneurs have first taken loans under the PNEGP scheme and then want to expand their business, they can get loans. Is. 1 crore Rs. MSMEs benefit through equity under the Atmanirbhar Bharat (Self-reliant India Campaign) scheme. Small entrepreneurs can develop business through credit card.

He further said that five lakh MSME enterprises have been registered on the government’s portal and 2.5 crore are to be registered in the next two years. Efforts are being made that people can buy every item through this portal. He also gave detailed information about trade discount system and cluster related scheme.

MSME Development Institute of Government of India – Ahmedabad Deputy Director P.N. Solanki gave information about Zero Defect Zero Effect Scheme, MSME Innovative Scheme, Micro-Small Enterprise Cluster Development Program.

Now the entire process online for MSME entrepreneurs on Investor Facilitation Portal: M.K. loaded

District Industries Center- Surat Industries Deputy Commissioner and General Manager M.K. Ladani made a presentation on State Government’s Subsidiary Scheme for MSMEs, Incentive Schemes and Single Window Clearance Act 2017. He said that now the entire process has been made online on the Investor Suvidha Portal. Business can be started only with approval license under Gujarat Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Act 2019. He gave detailed information about Gujarat Industrial Policy- 2020, Market Development Assistance, Government of Gujarat Textile Policy- 2019, Gujarat Apparel and Apparel Policy Subsidy for Mega Garment Park and Financial Assistance Scheme for Logistics Policy.

MSME officers and bank officials gave satisfactory answers to various questions of entrepreneurs

Devang Saraiya of Surat People’s Co-Operative Bank, Rajeev Kumar Pankaj of Punjab National Bank, Ashish Desai of Kotak Mahindra Bank and B.K. Mishra gave information about special schemes and services related to MSMEs. At the end of the session, MSME officers and bank officials gave satisfactory answers to various queries of the entrepreneurs. Free registration desk of Udyog Udyog and GeM portal was also set up during the conference. Where traders and small entrepreneurs registered for free on Udyog Udyog and GeM portal. More than 600 MSME entrepreneurs participated in this conclave.

Chamber’s vice-president Ramesh Vaghasiya expressed his gratitude for the survey.

Chamber of Commerce Honorary Minister Bhavesh Taylor conducted the conclave and Group Chairman Vijay Mewawala designed the entire conclave. Janak Pachchigar, Advisor to the Chamber’s MSME Committee, conducted the question-and-answer session at the conclave. Chamber Group Chairman Dr. Anil Saraogi, Chamber Retail Trade Committee Chairman Pramod Bhagat, MSME Committee Chairman Chetan Sheth and co-chairs Devraj Modi and Dhruv Mordia conducted the function. In the end, the Vice President of the Chamber, Ramesh Vaghasia, concluded the conclave by expressing his gratitude for the survey.

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