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MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, CHENNAI. E-NEWS LETTERE-NEWS LETTERFEBRUARY - 2020GOVERNMENT OF INDIAMINISTRY OF MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISESMSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTENo.65/1 GST Road, Guindy, Chennai-600032Ph: 044-22501011, 12 Fax: 044-22501014Website: www.msmedi-chennai.gov.inE-mail: dcdi-chennai @dcmsme.gov.in

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, CHENNAI. E-NEWS LETTERMicro & Small Enterprises - Cluster Development Programme (MSE-CDP)The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India(GoI) has adopted the Cluster Development approach as a key strategy for enhancing theproductivity and competitiveness as well as capacity building of Micro and Small Enterprises(MSEs) and their collectives in the country. A cluster is a group of enterprises located within anidentifiable and as far as practicable, contiguous area or a value chain that goes beyond ageographical area and producing same/similar products/complementary products/services,which can be linked together by common physical infrastructure facilities that help addresstheir common challenges. The essential characteristics of enterprises in a cluster are asfollows:(i) Similarity or complementarily in the methods of production, quality control & testing,energy consumption, pollution control, etc.,(ii) Similar level of technology & marketing strategies/practices,(iii) Similar channels for communication among the members of the cluster,(iv) Common market & skill needs and/or(v) Common challenges & opportunities that the cluster faces.Objectives of the Scheme:(i) To support the sustainability and growth of MSEs by addressing common issues suchas improvement of technology, skills & quality, market access, etc.(ii) To build capacity of MSEs for common supportive action through formation of self helpgroups, consortia, upgradation of associations, etc.(iii) To create/upgrade infrastructural facilities in the new/existing Industrial Areas/Clustersof MSEs.(iv) To set up Common Facility Centres (for testing, training, raw material depot, effluenttreatment, complementing production processes, etc).(v) Promotion of green & sustainable manufacturing technology for the clusters so as toenable units switch to sustainable and green production processes and products.Components:(i) Common Facility Centers (CFCs): The Gol grant will be restricted to 70% of the cost ofProject of maximum Rs. 20.00 crore. Gol grant will be 90% for CFCs in NE & Hill States, Islandterritories, Aspirational Districts/LWE affected Districts, Clusters with more than 50% (a) micro/village, (b) women owned, (c) SC/ST units. The cost of Project includes cost of Land (subjectto maximum of 25% of Project Cost), building, pre-operative expenses, preliminary expenses,machinery & equipment, miscellaneous fixed assets, support infrastructure such as watersupply, electricity and margin money for working capital.(ii) Infrastructure Development: The Gol grant will be restricted to 60% of the cost of Project(Rs.lO.OOcrore for Industrial Estate & Rs.15 .00 crore for Flatted Factory Complex). Gol grantwiII be 80% for Projects in NE & Hilly States, Island territories, Aspirational Districts/LWEaffected Districts, industrial areas / estates / Flatted Factory Complex with more than 50% (a)micro/ village, (b) women owned, (c) SC/ST units. For existing clusters, upgradation proposalswill be based on actual requirements.

(iii) Marketing Hubs / Exhibition Centres by Associations:The Gol grant will be restricted to60% of the cost of Project of maximum Rs.10.00 crore for Product Specific Associations withSMO rating of Gold Category and above from NABET (QCI) and 80% for Associations ofWomen Entrepreneurs. Remaining project cost is to be borne by SPV / State Government. TheGol contribution will be towards construction of building, furnishings, furniture, fittings, items ofpermanent display, miscellaneous assets like generators, etc.(iv) Thematic Interventions: The Gol grant will be restricted to 50% of total cost of maximum 5Thematic Interventions not exceeding Rs.2.00 lakh for each in approved / completed CFC foractivity mentioned below. As such the maximum Gol grant under this component for each CFCwould be Rs.10.00 lakh. Remaining cost would be borne by SPV / State Government.(a) Training Programmes.(b) Exposure Visits.(c) Strengthening the Business Development Service (BDS) provision through a panel ofservice providers.(d) Any other activity related to creating business eco-system in cluster mode.(v) Support to State Innovative Cluster Development Programme: A few StateGovernments have initiated State funded Cluster Development Programme to support soft andhard interventions in clusters with limited funding support. In order to strengthen this activity,this component would provide co-funding of the CFC projects of State Cluster developmentProgramme on matching share basis. The Gol fund would be limited to State Governmentshare or Rs.5.00 crore whichever is lower. The Gol assistance would be 90% of project costnot exceeding Rs.5.00 crore in respect of CFC projects in North East/Hilly States, Islandterritories, Aspirational Districts/L WE affected Districts, as well as for projects wherebeneficiaries are SC/ST/Women owned enterprises, as per the scheme guidelines of StateCluster Development Programme.Physical & Financial Achievement & Status of Projects :Physical Status of MSE-CDP Interventions (as on 18.02.2020)S. STATE/UT CommonNo(CFCs)FacilityCentresApproved Ongoing CompletedCFCsInfrastructure(ID) ProjectsDevelopmentApproved OngoingIDCentresGrandTotal(CFC 1101How to apply:Online Applications are only considered with effect from 01-04-2012. Hard copy of Applicationsneeds to be sent through State Govts or their autonomous bodies or field institutes of Ministryof MSME ie. MSME-DIs. The proposals are approved by the Steering Committee of the MSECDP.http://cluster.dcmsme.gov.in

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERAward for enterprises Development andPromotion of Brand MSMENilgiris DistrictAn award for enterprise development and promotion of brand MSME was organized byBr. MSME-DI, Coimbatore at Nilgiris District on 25 Feb 2020 under National Award Schemeabout Essay and Art Competition on ‘Role of MSMEs in Development of Indian Economy’ and‘Traditions of Tamilnadu’ respectively. The competition was coordinated by Mrs. B. Kayalvizhi,Asstt. Director. There were 100 students participated in the competition.Coimbatore DistrictAn award for enterprise development and promotion of brand MSME was organised byBr.MSME-DI, Coimbatore at Salem District on 18 Feb 2020 for the classes from IX to XII. Total259 students attended contest and 03 from each category of Essay competition and Artcompetition has been finalized for winners. The contest was organized by Shri. V.Parameswaran, Asstt. Director, Br. MSME DI, Coimbatore

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERINDUSTRIAl MoTIvATIOnAl CAMPAIGn (IMC)Nilgiris DistrictIn Udagamandalam, Nilgiris District, the Industrial Motivation Campaign-(Youth) wasorganized for the benefit of educated youth on 27.02.2020 and 28.02.2020. The campaign wasorganized by Mrs. B. Kayalvizhi, Asstt. Director, Br. MSME DI, Coimbatore. 100 Students and05 aspiring entrepreneurs were attended.Nilgiris DistrictOne day Industrial Motivation Campaign Cluster was held at Coonoor association withCoonoor Sweater Cluster Women Association, Coonoor, nilgiris district on 10.02.2020conducted by Br. MSME DI, Coimbatore and coordinated by Smt. B. Kayalvizhi, Asst. Director,Br. MSMEDI, Coimbatore. 47 participants were benifitted from the programme.

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERState Level Vendor Development ProgrammeSalem DistrictOn 07.02.2020, Br.MSME-DI, Coimbatore in association with M/s SAIL- Salem SteelPlant, Salem and Salem District Small Scale & Tiny Industries Association (SADISSTIA)organized State Level Vendor Development Programme & Awareness Programme On PublicProcurement at Salem. This programme is to interact with each other with a view to identifyingemerging demands of the buyer organizations while simultaneously providing an opportunityfor displaying the capabilities of the small scale entrepreneurs and their industrial ventures.Such programmes have proved to be of immense use in locating suitable entrepreneurs by anumber of buying organizations in indigenizing a number of products which hitherto have beenimported at a colossal cost. The programme was coordinated by Shri. A.P. Prabu, Asstt.Director, Br.MSME DI, Coimbatore.

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILL DEVELOPMENTPROGRAMME (ESDP)ESDP on Ready Made Garments ManufacturingESDP on Ready Made Garments Manufacturing was organized from 18.12.2019 to31.01.2020 TIDISSTIA Hall, Ariyamangalam, Trichy.The programme was organised by Shri A. Ravi Kumar, Program Coordinator. Theguest lecture was delivered by Faculties Shri. Rajappa, Shri.Michel John, Shri.Shanmugam,Shri.Gopalakrishnan; Shri.Elango, Project Manager, DIC,Trichy; Shri.Sathiyanarayana, LDM,Trichy; Smt. Jayalakshmi, BM, TANSIDCO. 30 participants from various industries and aspiringentrepreneurs were attended and get benefitted from the programme.

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERGlIMPSes of MSME-DI REPResENTATIOns In VARIOUSMeetings And EVENTSDr. KLS Reddy, Asstt. Director, MSME DI,Chennai has attended the EntrepreneurshipAwareness Camp – 2020 organised by ECEDepartment of MNM JAIN Engineering College,Chennai in association with DST – NIMAT from05 Feb 2020 to 07 Feb 2020 and deliveredlecture on Entrepreneurship and its future trends.Smt. B. Kayalvizhi, Asstt. Director, Br.MSME DI, Coimbatore Organised an Exportawareness Programme at Coimbatore on20.02.2020 in association with DirectorateGeneral of Foreign Trade, Federation of IndianExport Organisations and Export CreditGuarantee Corporation of India. 56 participantswere attended the programme.Shri. A.P. Prabu, Asstt. Director, Br.MSME DI, Coimbatore has attended the inauguralfunction of Laghu Udyog Bharati, Salem Chapterand delivered a lecture on MSME-Schemes andits advantages on 14.02.2020.Smt. B. Kayalvizhi, Asstt. Director, Br.MSME-DI,Coimbatore gave a motivational talk andawareness on schemes to 30 students of CSIBishop Appasamy College, Coimbatore duringtheir visit to office on 12.02.2020.


MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERIMPORTANT CONTACTS / MSME INSTITUTIONS IN TAMIL NADUS.No123478.910OFFICE ADDRESSESE-Mail / Phone NumbersCentral GovernmentPh: 22501011-13, 22502416,MSME Development Institute,222501785 Fax: 222501475,65/1, GST Road, Guindy, Chennai222501014600 032,Em: dcdi-chennai@dcmsme.gov.inWeb: www.msmedi-chennai.gov.inKhadi and Village IndustriesCommission (KVIC)Phone: 044- 044-2835 1019Email: sochennai.kvic@gov.in326, Awai Shanmugam Road,Gopalapuram, Chennai-600 086COIR BOARDTel /Fax: 91-04362-264655Regional Extension Centre CoirEm: cbrectnjcoirboard@gmail.comBoard, PillaiyarpattiVia Vallam Thanjavur-613403Tamil Nadu, India.Tel: 044 28293347/28294541National Small Industries/28294066/28292056Corporation (NSIC)NSIC LimitedFax: 044-28295791Branch Office New No 422(Old NoEm: bochen@nsic.co.in615), Anna Salai, Chennai–600006,(Tamil Nadu )State GovernmentEm: indcom@tn.gov.in.The Commissionerate ofWeb: www.msmeonline.tn.gov.inIndustries and CommerceSIDCO Corporate Office Building,Guindy Industrial Estate, Chennai600 032.Telephone No: 22501461,Tamil Nadu Small Industries22501422, 22500073, 22500317,Development Corporation Limited,22500289, 22501210Thiru Vi Ka Industrial Estate,Fax No: 2250 0792Chennai - 600 032.Em: corp.sidco@nic.inEntrepreneurship Developmentand Innovation Institute – TamilNadu (EDII-TN)Parthasarathy St, HindustanTeleprinters Staff Quarters, SIDCOIndustrial Estate, Guindy, Chennai,Tamil Nadu 600032Tamil Nadu Industrial InvestmentCorporation (TIIC), 473, Anna Salai,Nandanam, Chennai- 600 035Telephone : 044 2225 2082Ph: 044 – 24330689, 044 24330689, 24331485, 24331498,24331203, Fax: 044-24347209

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, Chennai E-NEWSLETTERMicro, Small and Medium Enterprises – Development Institute Chennai, is a networkof O/o The Development Commissioner for the state of Tamil Nadu under the Ministry ofthMSME, Government of India. The Organization was set up on 6 June 1954. During thelast six decades the Organization has worked relentlessly towards converting the idle manpower into resourceful entrepreneurs. The MSME – Development Institute, Chennai andBranch MSME – Development Institutes at Coimbatore and Tuticorin are providing acomprehensive range of facilities and services such as techno-managerial services,training needs, common facility workshop, laboratories, statistical and economicinformation in the state of Tamil Nadu & Puducherry. MSME - Development Institute,Chennai maintains close liaisons with State Government Departments and other agenciesinvolved in the promotional and development activities of the State.

MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, CHENNAI. E-NEWS LETTER E-NEWS LETTER FEBRUARY - 2020 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE No.65/1 GST Road, Guindy, Chennai-600032 Ph: 044-22501011, 12 Fax: 044-22501014 Website: www.msmedi-chennai.gov.in E-mail: dcdi-chennai @dcmsme.gov.in . MSME DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE, CHENNAI. E-NEWS LETTER Micro & Small .

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