Monday, November 30, 2020
Home Business MSME sector to follow Make in India policy

MSME sector to follow Make in India policy

By Newsgram Staff Writer

Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has come up with an action plan to facilitate aims of the Make in India policy, Giriraj Singh told Lok Sabha.

The action plan involves extending guarantees to the entrepreneurs of particular states with financial support from state governments, along with women entrepreneurs and youth among SC/ ST and NE Regions.

The ministry is also trying to bridge the gap between Research Institutions and Industries through signing of MOUs with IISc and CSIR. 18 existing Technology Centres (TCs) is to be supported by cluster network Mangers and a National Portal.

The schemes will be funded as a whole without an exclusive amount earmarked for the Make in India policy.

desk-593317_1280

STAY CONNECTED

19,120FansLike
362FollowersFollow
1,779FollowersFollow

Most Popular

Konark Festival And Sand Art Festival To Begin From Dec 1

The twin events of the Konark Festival of classical dance performances with the grand Sun Temple in the backdrop and the International Sand Art...

UN Health Agency: Physical Activities Can Save Up To 5 Million Lives A Year

The World Health Organization is urging people to get moving and keep moving for better health.  The U.N. health agency says physical activity can...

WHO: Covid19 Threatens To Reverse Important Gains Made To Control Malaria

On World Malaria Day, the World Health Organization is calling on countries to step up the fight against malaria, saying the coronavirus pandemic threatens...

Divorces Impact Negatively Both On Physical And Mental Health

Going through a divorce is extremely challenging and now a new study reveals that it can negatively impact mental and physical health. The study,...

Women Face 20 Percent Risk Of Heart Failure Other Than Men

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have revealed that women face a 20 percent increased risk of developing heart failure or dying after the first...

Dev Deepawali 2020: All You Need To Know About This Festival

By Shweta Porwal The Dev Deepawali also is known as the Diwali of the Gods or Festival of lights for Gods. The festival is celebrated...

How Do You Know When It’s Time To Change Your Doctor

For holistic care of your health, you need a doctor who can treat you and offer useful suggestions. However, you cannot stick to one...

The Italian Cultural Centre Unveiled Its First Post-Lockdown Exhibition

The Italian Cultural Centre unveiled its first post-lockdown exhibition titled "Absent-Present" in New Delhi. The exhibition began earlier this month on November 3 and will...

Recent Comments